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  • Sports Briefs: 5-21

    BGSU's Chiricosta earns more academic honorsBowling Green State University tennis standout Christine Chiricosta has been named to the ESPN The Magazine women's at-large academic all-district first-team for the second consecutive year.As an academic all-di...
  • 6 county players on All-MAL first-team

    FREMONT - A total of six players from Wood County high schools have earned first-team All-Midland Athletic League honors this spring, three in baseball and three in softball.Lakota seniors Clay Hoffman and James Reinbolt, and North Baltimore senior Jeremy...
  • Mud Hens: 5-21

    TOLEDO - Toledo's Max Scherzer fired eight scoreless innings as the Mud Hens notched a 4-0 win over Durham Thursday night. Toledo is 24-18 in the International League West.Scherzer allowed only one hit and one walk while striking out 10 batters in his fir...
  • Falcon baseball vs Buffalo May 20th

    Falcon baseball vs Buffalo May 20th. Photos by Andrew Weber/Sentinel-Tribune {gallery}gallery/2010/05/052010/Falcon baseball vs Buffalo May 20th{/gallery}...
  • ANNIVERSARY: Carl and Patricia (Widen) Shaw

    Carl and Patricia (Widen) Shaw, Bowling Green, are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary in Hammond, La.They were married May 23, 1960 at Trinity United Methodist Church, Bowling Green.The Shaws have three children, Danielle Remlinger, ...
  • Lifestyle Briefs: 5-21

    Registration now open for children's grief campRegistration is now open for Camp S.T.A.R. (Special Times Always Remembered), a four-day bereavement day camp for children (ages 6-12) who have experienced a loss through death. The 2010 camp will be offered ...
  • Perrysburg baseball vs Ashland May 20th

    Perrysburg baseball vs Ashland May 20th. Photos by Andrew Weber/Sentinel-Tribune {gallery}gallery/2010/05/052010/Perrysburg baseball vs Ashland May 20th{/gallery}...
  • Organizations: 5-21 - Alva N. Sidle Legion Unit 232

    GRAND RAPIDS - President Tracy Bostelman led an informal meeting of the auxiliary on May 6, with nine members present.Karen Dress reported that the Brecksville Birthday Party served 88 veterans with 13 of them having birthdays. There were 42 auxiliary, si...
  • Alzheimer Memory Walk kick-off party June 1 in Toledo

    TOLEDO - The Memory Walk 2010 season will start with a captain kick-off party on June 1 at 6 p.m.  This event will be hosted at the Alzheimer's Association, Northwest Ohio Chapter office at 2500 Reynolds Road. Food and information about the Memory Walk w...
  • Sr events cal 5-21

    The following events will take place the week of May 24-28 at the Wood County Senior Center, 305 N. Main St., Bowling Green.MONDAY9 a.m. Exercise Class: $1 donation, location: Veterans Building at City Park, registration required10:30 a.m. Class: Russian ...
  • Church Briefs: 5-21

    Spackey and Powers honoredWAYNE - On Sunday during the worship service at Mt. Zion United Brethren Church, Robert Spackey and Melva Powers will be honored and thanked for their decades of service of playing both the piano and organ for the church.The two ...
  • Elmwood softball vs Woodmore May 21st

    Elmwood softball vs Woodmore May 21st. Photos by Andrew Weber/Sentinel-Tribune {gallery}gallery/2010/05/052010/Elmwood softball vs Woodmore May 21st{/gallery}...
  • Area arts events 5-21

    New York Voices present jazz workshop at BGSURegistration for the BGSU New York Voices Vocal Jazz Camp is now under way.The camp, Aug. 2 through 8 offers singers a chance to learn from and sing with members of the multiple-Grammy winning vocal ensemble.La...
  • Church Events: 5-21

    BOWLING GREENPastor Luke Ulrich's sermon Sunday at Abiding Word Evangelical Lutheran Church will be "Rejoicing in the Faith-Giving Words and Language of the Holy Spirit on Pentecost." It is also Confirmation Sunday."Sacrificial Service," will be Pastor De...
  • Churches to celebrate Pentecost

    Many churches will be seeing red this weekend.Red is traditionally the color associated with Pentecost, a day which will be celebrated at many Christian churches on Sunday.Many churches ask the congregation to wear red to services to provide a sea of red ...
  • Young Life raises $ through 5K event

    Tiffany Dixon (center) gets ready to begin the Young Life 5K race, which she eventually won. Students raised $1,080 towards camp expenditures. (Photo courtesy of Young Life) Wood County Young Life held its inaugural 5K Run/Walk at Carte...
  • Feds change rules so farmers can kill Canada geese faster

      CHARLES CITY, Va. (AP) — For a farmer, few things are more frustrating than Canada geese descending like a biblical plague of locusts upon a freshly planted field to feast on soybean or corn shoots. Grower Dave Black, who farms more than 1,200...
  • Ohio has more appliance rebate funds

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Thousands of Ohioans waiting for a state appliance rebate check are learning there were problems with their application. Officials say postcards seeking more information have gone to about 20 percent of the 70,000 people who ...
  • 1794 silver dollar sells for record $7.85 million

      LOS ANGELES (AP) — What may be America's oldest silver dollar has become the world's most expensive coin, with its owner saying it changed hands in a private transaction between coin collectors for nearly $8 million. Steven L. Contursi, who ha...
  • Homeowner recalls escape from N. Michigan forest fire

      SOUTH BRANCH TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — Glenn King was cleaning his basement when sheriff's deputies pounded on the front door, warning that a wildfire was bearing down on his frame house in the northern Michigan backwoods. "They told me to evacua...

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