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  • 4-H Club: 5-26

    Portage ValleyThe Portage Valley 4-H Club met May 16 at Grace Lutheran Church in Luckey. Tammy Hardy thanked members who helped with the fundraiser on May 8. She also reminded the club that livestock and miscellaneous judging are approaching very soon. Mi...
  • Lifestyle Briefs: 5-26

    Lakota Class of 1967 reunion June 26The 1967 Class of Lakota High School is having a "Class Bash '67" on June 26 at Nature Trails Golf Course Banquet Hall in Bettsville. Organizers need to know the current addresses of: Kathy (Bates) Miller, Debbie (Deite...
  • Farm Briefs: 5-26

    Rabbit ID Day is TuesdayAll breeding rabbits that Junior Fair exhibitors wish to enter in the Wood County Fair must be identified on Tuesday. Members or a representative must take their rabbits to the Beef Barn from 6 to 8 p.m. for this process. A tattoo ...
  • Prep Roundup: Elmwood softball wins SLL

    Elmwood's softball team rallied from a 9-1 deficit to post a 10-9 win over Genoa and earn the out-right Suburban Lakes League championship Tuesday.The Royals, 19-9 overall, finished 10-2 in the SLL.Helped by five Elmwood errors, Genoa scored nine runs in ...
  • 'American Idol' finale is a Bowersox lovefest

      LOS ANGELES (AP) — The final competition of this season's "American Idol" was a lovefest, with Crystal Bowersox getting a big share of the affection Tuesday. Bowersox sparkled in each of her three song performances, while competitor Lee DeWyze...
  • Cabbie says he got stiffed on Tennessee-to-Ohio fare

    LORAIN, Ohio (AP) — A cab driver complains he got stiffed on a $1,400 fare for driving a couple more than 500 miles from Tennessee to Ohio. Alan Coffey told police he picked up the man and woman in Jackson, Tenn., and told them he'd charge $1,427 ...
  • N.Y.C. community board OKs ground zero mosque plans

    NEW YORK (AP) — After hours of contentious public comment, a New York City community board voted late Tuesday to support a plan to build a mosque and cultural center near ground zero. "It's a seed of peace," board member Rob Townley said. "We beli...
  • Turbulence injures 10 on London to L.A. flight

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Authorities say 10 people suffered injuries, including broken bones, during severe turbulence on a flight from London to Los Angeles that was diverted to Montreal. United Airlines spokeswoman Sarah Massier says United Flight 935...
  • Ex-Detroit mayor spends first night in prison

      DETROIT (AP) — Kwame Kilpatrick spent his first night in prison after the former Detroit mayor known for his exceptional speaking skills failed to persuade a judge to show him compassion and send him home to his family. All Kilpatrick's swagge...
  • Ohio family faces killer's parole, Oregon ID fraud

      PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A boy killed during a kidnapping, a stolen identity and an enigmatic man. Oregon's latest mystery isn't a whodunit — 3-year-old Jason Evers' killer is in jail. Instead, investigators and Jason's family are puzzling over...
  • Space shuttle Atlantis aims for morning touchdown

      CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Space shuttle Atlantis sailed past the 120 million-mile mark in space Wednesday and aimed for a morning touchdown to end its flying career. To everyone's relief, the predicted rain seemed to be staying away. "It's ...
  • Electric car maker choses Ohio for battery plant

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A manufacturer of electric cars plans to open a battery plant in Ohio that could mean hundreds of jobs. Santa Monica, Calif.-based CODA Automotive Inc. says the factory would build lithium ion batteries, creating up to 1,300 ...
  • Two ice climbers die in Yellowstone National Park

    YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — Yellowstone National Park officials say two Montana men have died while trying to climb a frozen waterfall below the rim of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River. The park was withholding the men's names ...
  • Owner of chimpanzee in Conn. mauling dies at 72

      NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — The Connecticut woman whose chimpanzee mauled and blinded her friend last year, leading to lawsuits and a national debate over the regulation of exotic pets, has died, her attorney said Tuesday. Sandy Herold died Monday...
  • Michigan details football woes to NCAA

      ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — The University of Michigan admitted Tuesday to a series of violations in its storied football program, saying it doesn't believe the problems related to practice time and coaching activities are enough to warrant major pun...
  • Country singer McCready hospitalized in Florida

      ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Mindy McCready, the country singer who battled drugs and legal woes but recently declared herself clean after a stint on "Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew," was recovering in a hospital Tuesday after police responded to a...
  • Jamaica police: 30 dead in battle with drug gang

      KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) — Thousands of heavily armed police and soldiers barged past barricades into the capital's most violent slums on Tuesday, clashing with die-hard defenders of a gang leader sought by the United States. At least 30 people hav...
  • Obama to send 1,200 troops to U.S.-Mexico border

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama will send 1,200 National Guard troops to boost security along the U.S.-Mexico border, officials said Tuesday, pre-empting Republican plans to try to force votes on such a deployment. Obama will also request...
  • Summerfest

    Ann Heilman scans through a book in front of the village library at the Lucky Summerfest on Saturday afternoon. The library book sale welcomed visitors to the village, along with live music, a beer garden, food and craft vendors, and a kid's...
  • BG City Park pool opens Saturday

    Brad McBride waxes the Bowling Green city pool slide in preparation for the upcoming summer season. The official opening day for the aquatic center in BG City Park is Saturday. (Photos: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)       ...

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04/24/2014 | Sentinel-Tribune Staff
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Otsego approves strategic planning
04/24/2014 | PETER KUEBECK Sentinel Staff Writer
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TONTOGANY - Community was the Otsego School Board's common theme Tuesday night.
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