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  • To the Editor: BG man is living his good memories

    Sometimes folks go through life not realizing how good it is until years later when they look back on it.Most of my life was spent this way until the cancer.Now I take the time and effort to look at it as it happens. ...
  • To the Editor: Disasters have several things in common

    The off-shore oil leak and the real estate mortgage disaster have several things in common. With real estate anybody could get financial aid because with the value of real estate continually climbing upward the mortgage companies didn't lose. The off-shor...
  • To the Editor: G. Rapids resident: Socialism has taken over

    America has crashed. What are we going to do to fix it?Our government is a mess. No one knows what to do.They are ramming a health care bill down our necks.I called Ms. Kaptur's office to talk about the health care bill and her office worker screamed at m...
  • To the Editor: Heavy furniture can prove fatal to children

    I am sending this on behalf of my daughter, Nicole Kreisher-Fox. Please alert everyone of the danger of heavy furniture.Is your home really safe for children? I thought mine was. But, two years ago I found out otherwise. My 3-year-old daughter (Alexsis Re...
  • To the Editor: 'Stamp Out Hunger' drive a success

    Once again you have confirmed what we have known from other food drives: The generosity of the people in our community and their willingness ot help others in need is outstanding!The May 8 "Stamp Out Hunger" postal food drive was a big success. We gathere...
  • Diamond Roundup: 5-26

    BG ROOKIEBG SOUTHSIDE MOTORS 18, DUNN FUNERAL HOME 4Leading hitters: BGSM - Eric Clawson, two singles, double; Preston Pinson, Matt Crites, three singles each; Lou Howick, Colin Crawford, Adam Iler, Marcus VanVorhis, two singles each. DFH - Jarin Wilbourn...
  • Mud Hens: 5-26

    SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Toledo's Max Scherzer pitched seven strong innings and the Mud Hens had 12 hits in a 6-3 win over Syracuse Tuesday. Toledo is 26-20 in the International League West.Scherzer allowed one earned run on three hits with seven strikeouts to im...
  • Elmwood softball returns to regional

    Elmwood's veterans from the 2008 softball team have fond memories of Ashland's Brookside Park.The Royals beat Archbold and Colonel Crawford in Ashland in 2008 before losing in the state semifinals.Elmwood, 19-9 overall, returns to Ashland for the third ti...
  • BG's Leady named first-team All-MAC

    Kevin Leady CHILLICOTHE -Bowling Green's Kevin Leady, a graduate of Eastwood High School, has earned first-team All-Mid-American Conference baseball honors.Leady is one of two Falcons named to the first-team while three others were name...
  • Organizations: 5-26 - Woman's Club of BG

    The Woman's Club of Bowling Green celebrated the end of its club year May 1 with a breakfast at the clubhouse. Linda Kuhn, president, noted the awards won by the club at the 112th Annual Convention of the Ohio Federation of Women's Clubs April 23-25.The c...
  • Personals: 5-26

    Jessica and Corey Loomis, Bowling Green, are the parents of twins born May 16 at Flower Hospital, Sylvania. Daugh-ter Payton Marie weighed 5 pounds, 14 ounces, and son Ashton Alan weighed 5 pounds, 10 ounces. They are welcomed by a brother, Braden, 5. Gra...
  • To the Editor: Poppy experience rewarding

    Mother Nature gave us two beautiful days: May 14 and May 15 (also Armed Forces Day) to offer the little red crepe paper Poppies in Perrysburg and Luckey.Many thanks to all the people who donated so generously for them. All these monies go to help our vete...
  • To the Editor: Christian Academy earns high marks

    I would like to comment on the BG Christian Academy. Having raised three children and observing three grandchildren going through the public school systems with very positive results, I was very curious when my youngest granddaughter entered kindergarten ...
  • To the Editor: 'Peace' group is called anti-Israel

    Recently there have been letters published by Rob Vincent and Jim Bailey regarding the Israeli-Palestinian issue.  Mr. Vincent openly takes the pro-Israeli point of view while Mr. Bailey maintains that he is only for "peace", though he does come across a...
  • To the Editor: Feeman likes to have the last word

    It is quite obvious that William Feeman rather enjoys seeing his name in print in our local newspaper. I have a suggestion. Perhaps Feeman can step into the 21st century and hire a nurse practitioner. This will allow him even more free time to spend churn...
  • To the Editor: Corn production not to blame for rising meat prices

    Corn production is not to blame for increasing meat prices.As a representative of the corn industry, I take offense to media coverage that has falsely accused the corn industry for stimulating a rise in the cost of meat and that has also misrepresented fa...
  • Polka Boosters plan Memorial Day Dance

    OTTAWA - The Memorial Day Dance sponsored by The Ohio Polka Boosters will be held Monday from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Ottawa K of C Hall.Doors open at 3 p.m.There will be a variety of musical styles performed by the Dave Slivinski Band of Frankenmuth, Mich....
  • Hamler Country Fest is June 4-5

    HAMLER - The second annual Hamler Country Fest will take place on June 4 and 5. This is a separate organization from the Hamler Summerfest .On June 4 the gates will open at 5 p.m. with "The Big Chuck Show" entertaining the crowd, followedy by Jay Taylor a...
  • Eastwood FFA holds 'Food for America' day

    Eastwood FFA members Abel Stegall (from left), Grant Geiser and Daniel Gottschalk talk to the fourth-grade elementary students about wildlife and natural resources. Last Wednesday the Eastwood FFA chapter held its annual Food For Americ...
  • Toledo Rep will perform 'Victor/Victoria' at Owens

    The Toledo Repertoire Theatre's will perform "Victor/Victoria,"directed by James M. Norman, at the Owens Community College Center for the Fine and Performing Arts. It opens June 4, with other performances on June 5, 11, 12 and 13. All performances will be...

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