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  • Historical museum speaker shares love affair with aprons

    Susan Coburn shows off her apron she was given in the 1950's from her grandmother. (Photo: Aaron Carpenter/Sentinel-Tribune) There is comfort food and comfort clothing. Mashed potatoes and gravy, meatloaf, and apple crisp are comfort fo...
  • BG council approves committee appointments

    Bowling Green City Council has approved several appointments and re-appointments to city boards and commissions.New appointments to the Bicycle Safety Commission from Mayor John B. Quinn were Andrew Codding, a student at Bowling Green Middle School, for o...
  • Memorial Day events planned

    File Photo: Members of the Bowling Green Senior High Marching Band make their way down Court Street. (J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune) Several communities across Wood County are honoring Memorial Day with services. All events are Monday un...
  • Local Briefs: 5-27

    G. Rapids pool season passesGRAND RAPIDS - The Grand Rapids Swimming Pool is selling discounted season passes: $130 for family and $75 for individuals.On June 5 opening day, prices will go to $160 and $85, respectively.The pool also is taking reservations...
  • Info meeting tonight for Slippery Elm Trail volunteers

    Volunteers are needed to help maintain the multi-use Slippery Elm Trail, which covers more than 13 miles from North Baltimore to Bowling Green.The Wood County Park District is looking for groups, businesses and families who are interested in adopting a se...
  • Revealing secrets of Underground RR

    Ann Hagedorn PERRYSBURG - Few eras in U.S. history have caught the fascination of Americans more than the secret workings of the Underground Railroad in the mid-1800s.Described as "neither a railroad nor underground," the system consist...
  • Effort sparked to save BG fireworks

    A Bowling Green pastor has initiated an effort to preserve Bowling Green's traditional July 4 fireworks display.Dennis Gugger of Bowling Green Alliance Church Wednesday sent a letter to Bowling Green and surrounding churches soliciting donat...
  • Ohio House approves youth sexting ban

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A bill that has passed the Ohio House would prohibit children from what's known as sexting, but they would not have to register as sex offenders for transmitting nude photos of minors, including themselves. Supporters of the ...
  • Ohio House, Senate pass rival casino rules

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio's House and Senate agree that the state's new casinos should not give away free drinks, allow smoking or let anyone under 21 inside to gamble. But the two chambers will have to work out other differences in the casino ru...
  • Bond at $100,000 for Ohio farm worker in cruelty case

    MARYSVILLE, Ohio (AP) — A dairy farm worker accused of abusing cows in an undercover video has appeared before an Ohio judge, who set bond at $100,000. A Marysville Municipal Court clerk said 25-year-old Billy Joe Gregg Jr. of Delaware, Ohio, rema...
  • Perrysburg's Schorsch a big success

    Perrysburg's Jeff Schorsch. 5/4/10 (Photo: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune) PERRYSBURG - Jeffery Schorsch may be the smallest player at the Division I state tennis tournamentBut he might just have the biggest game of the 16 competitors vyi...
  • Perrysburg reports second rash of vehicle break-ins

    PERRYSBURG - Twenty-two vehicles at 14 separate residences were reported entered by unknown individuals Saturday in neighborhoods near Fort Meigs State Memorial Park. Items were stolen from vehicles at the majority of the residences.According to the Perry...
  • BG Schools Foundation names Sawyer and Laughlin as distinguished alumni

    Distinguished BGHS alumni Steve Sawyer chats with his former teacher, Karen Landrus, before the start of the alumni reception held at the Stone Ridge Golf Course in Bowling Green. (Photo: Aaron Carpenter/Sentinel-Tribune) The Bowling Gr...
  • Legals: 5-27

    999 LEGALS SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE2329.26, R.C.O.THE STATE OF OHIO,WOOD COUNTYCase No. 07-CV-902U.S. Bank NationalAssociation as Trustee (Plaintiff) VS.Tony A. Womack, et al., (Defendants) In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above e...
  • Series helped by 'Choose to Read' grant

    PERRYSBURG - Recent programming on the Underground Railroad at Way Public Library had its roots in a Choose to Read Ohio grant from the State Library of Ohio.Choose to Read Ohio is a program which highlights the state's authors and promotes reading across...
  • Club Notes: 5-27 - Pemberville Mental Culture Club

    The May meeting, held at the home of Karol Poth, was attended by 20 members. Roll call was answered with "why you settled in the Black Swamp area". Randy Brown of the Wood County Historical Society, then presented a program on the history of the Black Swa...
  • Fort Meigs to celebrate Memorial Day

    PERRYBURG - The British are coming. Smell the smoke from the campfire; hear the crackle of muskets and the roar of artillery as United States soldiers, British soldiers and Woodland Indian warriors re-create historic 1813 battles at Fort Meigs. Visit Fort...
  • Lt. Col. Thomas Belkofer

    Lt. Col Thomas P. Belkofer, age 44, of the Army's 10th Mountain Division at Ft. Drum, New York and formerly of Perrysburg Township, Ohio, died on Tuesday, May 18, 2010 in a Taliban attack on a NATO convoy in Kabul, Afghanistan. Tom was born ...
  • Congress to vote on military gay ban

      WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress is headed toward landmark votes on whether to allow gays to serve openly in the military. The House was expected to vote as early as Thursday on a proposal by Rep. Patrick Murphy, a Pennsylvania Democrat who served i...
  • Delegates selected to Buckeye Girls State

    Michelle Rabb Michelle Rabb, Hannah Wirt and Sophie Writ, juniors at Bowling Green High School, have been selected as delegates to Buckeye Girls State. Their sponsor is Bowling Green American Legion Auxiliary Unit 45.The daughter of Ric...

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