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  • ANNIVERSARY: Gene and Jane (Bringman) Ruch

    Gene and Jane (Bringman) Ruch, Bowling Green, are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary today.They were married May 20, 1950 at Salem Lutheran Church, Pemberville.The couple have two children, Cindi Ernsthausen and Jeff, both of Pemberv...
  • Local man dies in Afghanistan

    Thomas Belkofer A Perrysburg Township man who graduated from Rossford High School and Bowling Green State University, was one of five Americans killed Tuesday in a Taliban attack on a NATO convoy in Kabul, Afghanistan, the military has ...
  • Transfers: 5-20

    The following property transfers have been filed through the Wood County Real Estate Division.May 14¥ 313 Thurstin Ave. and 907 Administration Building, residential, from United Christian Fellowship at BGSU, to Bowling Green State University Board of Tru...
  • Otsego Scouts do projects in cemeteries, build pergola

    Boy Scout Troop 347 has four Eagle Scout honorees. They are (from left) Jason Horen, Hunter VanHorn, Timothy Johnson and Samual Johnson. TONTOGANY - Four members of Boy Scout Troop 347 were officially recognized for earning their Eagle ...
  • Artists in training: Owens Child Care Center students showcase talents

    Isabella Karlovec, age 3 of Bowling Green, captures Owens artwork with her own camera at the recent exhibit opening reception. Clay faces, drawings of bunnies, coil pots and self-portraits made of zany paper and glue popsicle sticks are...
  • Audition for 'Monster in My Closet' in Pemberville

    PEMBERVILLE - Auditions for the musical "There's a Monster in My Closet" will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon and Sunday form 5 to 7 p.m.The Pemberville Freedom Area Historical Society's Children's Theatre Workshop is for ages 7-14.Emily's having a ...
  • Court of honor held for Munger, Dewar

    Brady Munger and Cameron Dewar Brady Munger and Cameron Dewar of Troop 358 in Bowling Green received their Eagle Scout awards on May 7 at an Eagle Court of Honor held at the Wood County Park District Headquarters. Brady and Cameron are...
  • Juvenile court offenders to staff community garden

    Juvenile offenders break ground at the new community garden at the Juvenile Court Center on South Dunbridge Road.(Photo: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune) Don't do the crime if you can't stand the grime.Many of the juveniles who pass throug...
  • Garden Club: 5-20

    Town and CountryThe Haskins Friendly Town and Country Garden Club held its May meeting on May 13 in the garage of Nancy Perry, Haskins.Members: Dorothy Cromley, Gloria Green, Nancy Perry, and Carole Rives participated in planting nine tub containers belon...
  • Ohio ghost group not scared about cemetery cleanup

    CANTON, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio ghost group is taking its love of ghosts and respect for the dead to a cleanup of an old city cemetery. The Nearly Everywhere Ohio Ghost Society plans to spruce up Rowland Cemetery in Canton on Saturday. The group's go...
  • Chicago cop just back from Iraq killed for motorcycle

    CHICAGO (AP) — Authorities say a Chicago police officer who recently returned from Iraq was shot and killed when several people approached him outside his family's home and tried to steal his new motorcycle. Police say the officer's father — a r...
  • New Jersey school bus takes wrong students on field trip

    LITTLE FERRY, N.J. (AP) — Officials say a mix-up led a school bus driver in northern New Jersey to start to take students to an amusement park instead of school. About 30 Ridgefield Park High School students boarded the bus around 7:45 a.m. Wednes...
  • Paintings worth $613M stolen from Paris museum

      PARIS (AP) — A lone thief stole five paintings worth a total of half a billion euros, including works by Picasso and Matisse, in a brazen overnight heist Thursday from a Paris modern art museum, police and prosecutors said. The paintings were ...
  • AP IMPACT: Wal-Mart pulls jewelry over cadmium

      LOS ANGELES (AP) — Wal-Mart said Wednesday it is pulling an entire line of Miley Cyrus-brand necklaces and bracelets from its shelves after tests performed for The Associated Press found the jewelry contained high levels of the toxic metal cadmiu...
  • Ohio House bill would require meth lab disclosure

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio House has approved a bill requiring that homeowners selling their houses disclose upfront whether the property was ever used as a drug lab. The House on Wednesday unanimously passed the Methamphetamine Awareness and ...
  • Veto bars most raw milk sales in Wisconsin

      MADISON, Wis. (AP) — If you're looking to buy raw milk, don't rely on "America's Dairyland." Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle vetoed a bill Wednesday that would have allowed limited sales of raw milk, saying he wanted to protect citizens' health. He a...
  • Mars rover surpasses Viking 1's longevity record

      LOS ANGELES (AP) — Pop quiz: What spacecraft holds the record for longest-surviving mission on the bitterly cold and dusty surface of Mars? As of Thursday, there's a new — but possibly temporary — champion. For decades, the NASA Viking 1 la...
  • Prep Roundup: Eastwood's Welch takes 2nd in district shot put

    Eastwood’s Justin Welch finished second in the shot put in the Division II district track meet at Oak Harbor High School Wednesday.Sandusky Perkins’ Mathew Hoty set a meet record with a 63-5 3/4 effort to win the event. Welch threw 61-11.Also Thursday...
  • NB softball rallies to beat Carey, advance to district finals

    FINDLAY — One spark was all it took to ignite North Baltimore’s softball team Wednesday night.The Tigers turned an unusual double play to get out of a jam in the fifth inning of its Division IV district semifinal against Carey, then turned that moment...
  • Bowersox, DeWyze left to duel on 'Idol' finale

    In this publicity image released by Fox, contestant Crystal Bowersox performs on the singing competition series, "American Idol," on Tuesday, May 18, 2010, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Fox, Michael Becker) (updated 5/20) LOS ANGELES (AP) ...

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Body of BGSU student found
07/23/2014 | Sentinel-Tribune Staff
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A missing poster for Cory Barron, is posted on a light pole along West 6th Street in Cle [ ... ]


Chinese lanterns may have ignited fire
07/23/2014 | PETER KUEBECK, Sentinel Staff Writer
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File photo. A firefighter is seen near a fire engulfing a pallet yard on West Broadway S [ ... ]


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