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  • AP IMPACT: Deadly, ultra-pure heroin arrives in U.S.

      WINFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Mexican drug smugglers are increasingly peddling a form of ultra-potent heroin that sells for as little as $10 a bag and is so pure it can kill unsuspecting users instantly, sometimes before they even remove the syringe from ...
  • John Magada

    John Stephen Magada passed away at 2:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 22, 2010. John was the beloved son of (the late) Stephen Magada and Virginia Magada of Bowling Green. He is survived by Mary and Steven Magada-Ward and family of Murfreesboro, TN; Michael and R...
  • Mabel Nollenberger

    Mabel P. (Hasty) Nollenberger, age 95, of Pemberville, OH, passed away peacefully surrounded by her daughters at Otterbein-Portage Valley Retirement Village, Pemberville, OH, on Sunday morning, May 23, 2010. She was born October 4, 1914 in Hartford City, ...
  • MOPS walk in BG City Park

    Parents and kids take part in the first Mothers of Preschoolers walk at Bowling Green City Park on Saturday morning. The Great Moms Walk, held nationwide, is intended to raise awareness about the MOPS International organization. 5/22/10 (Pho...
  • Local Briefs: 5-24

    Red Cross blood drivesThe American Red Cross will hold two blood drives this week.On Thursday, donors are welcome at Otterbein Valley Retirement Home, 20311 Pemberville Road in Pemberville, from 1 to 6 p.m.On Friday, a blood drive will be held at Stadium ...
  • WSOS observes Community Action Month and partnerships

    The 2010 National Community Action Month in May in the WSOS' four-county service area focuses on the partnerships that have enhanced the work WSOS does."We have been able to expand our services to income-eligible residents in our area by forming partnersh...
  • Perrysburg debates cemetery land sale

    PERRYSBURG - A joint meeting of Perrysburg Township Trustees and City Council to discuss Fort Meigs Union Cemetery business was held Tuesday evening.After convening, the meeting adjourned to an executive session regarding the potential sale of cemetery la...
  • BGSU archivist helps preserve newspapers

    Steve Charter, head librarian and archivist at Center for Collections at BGSU. 5/5/10 (Photo: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune) PERRYSBURG - One of Wood County's oldest newspapers is getting the digital treatment.The Perrysburg Journal is a...
  • Weston council addresses abuse of annual heavy trash pick-up day

    WESTON - Some changes may be made to the village's semi-annual heavy trash pick-up for residents.Cathy and John DuBois with Luna Refuse attended council's last meeting and presented a photo taken at one of the village's residences. It showed a mountain of...
  • Relay for Life raises $100,000

    The rain may have drenched the annual Relay for Life for the American Cancer Society in Bowling Green this past weekend, but it didn't drown the spirit to raise money to fight cancer.The walk, held at the Bowling Green High School track area, raised just ...
  • FBI says violent crime rate down again

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The violent crime rate in the United States went down in 2009 for the third year in a row and the property crime rate fell for the seventh consecutive year, the FBI reported Monday. The decline last year amounted to 5.5 percent f...
  • Court: NFL is 32 teams, not single business

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court says the National Football League can be considered as 32 separate teams — not one big business — when it comes to to selling NFL-branded items like jerseys and caps. The high court has unanimously reversed ...
  • Afghans: Arrests in deaths of six NATO troops

    KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Afghan authorities Monday announced the arrest of seven people in last week's car suicide car bombing that killed six NATO soldiers — including three American colonels and a Canadian colonel. Perrysburg Township native ...
  • Plans announced for Lake Erie wind farm

    CLEVELAND (AP) — General Electric Co. and a regional development group say they plan to create the Great Lakes' first offshore wind farm, in Lake Erie near Cleveland. GE and the nonprofit Lake Erie Energy Development Corp., or LEEDCo, say they'll ...
  • Sales of previously owned homes up 7.6 percent

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Home sales surpassed expectations for April as government incentives provided a temporary boost to the housing market. The National Association of Realtors says sales of previously owned homes rose 7.6 percent to a seasonally adj...
  • Marian Miller

    Marian L. Miller, 96, of Bowling Green, Ohio, and formerly of Oak Harbor, Ohio, died Saturday at Bowling Green Manor. She was born in Salem Township, Ottawa County on May 6, 1914, a daughter of Harry F. & Alma M. (Bahnsen) Gahn. On May 23, 1936, she m...
  • Charlene Young

    M. "Charlene" Young, 83, of Napoleon, Ohio, formerly of McClure, died peacefully at the Hospice of Northwest Ohio in Perrysburg, Ohio on May 21, 2010. She was born on July 6, 1926 in Wells County, Indiana, to the late Charles and Molly (Reese) Inskeep. On...
  • Gilbert David II

    Gilbert Dean David II, 54, of Columbus, Ga., died Tuesday (May 18, 2010).  Arrangements are pending at Barndt Funeral Home, in Wayne....
  • Falcon baseball vs Buffalo May 22nd

    Falcon baseball vs Buffalo May 22nd. Photos by Andrew Weber/Sentinel-Tribune {gallery}gallery/2010/05/052210/Falcon baseball vs Buffalo May 22nd{/gallery}...
  • Minnesota mom gives birth while driving to hospital

    BEMIDJI, Minn. (AP) — A Minnesota mother has given birth to a baby boy while driving herself to the hospital, with the newborn's father steering the car from the passenger's seat. The Pioneer of Bemidji says 29-year-old Amanda McBride was rushing ...

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04/19/2014 | DAVID DUPONT Sentinel Arts & Entertainment Editor
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Elmwood graduate Trevor Lee shares his Yosemite experience
04/19/2014 | JORDAN CRAVENS Sentinel Staff Writer
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Trevor Lee has traveled to 40 states, and most recently spent 10 months at Yosemite Nati [ ... ]


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