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  • Prep Roundup: Perrysburg softball advances

    Perrysburg’s softball team got a one-hit shutout from Kim Bryson, and the Yellow Jackets won their Division I district semifinal over Fremont Ross, 2-0 at Tiffin University on Thursday.Bryson had 15 strikeouts with no walks.Lorianne Granata plated Perry...
  • Perrysburg advances two to district tennis finals

    SANDUSKY — Perrysburg’s Jeffrey Schorsh and David Hoops have both advanced to the semifinals of the Division I district tennis tournament. The semifinals and finals are Saturday at Port Clinton with the top two finishers advancing to the state meet. ...
  • Schmenk, Perrysburg baseball shut out Ashland

    Perrysburg's Matt Garbig (5) celebrates with Matt Slocum (14) after scoring a run in the 6th inning against Ashland. (Photo: Andrew Weber/Sentinel-Tribune) There aren’t enough superlatives to describe how well Alec Schmenk pitched Thu...
  • Falcon baseball beats Buffalo, remains tied for East lead

    Bowling Green's Brennan Smith (1) pitches against Buffalo. (Photo: Andrew Weber/Sentinel-Tribune) Bowling Green’s baseball team honored part of its storied past prior to Thursday’s game against Buffalo. PHOTO GALLERYThe Falcons then...
  • Elmwood baseball advances to district final

    DEFIANCE — Elmwood’s offense jumped on Archbold’s freshman starter early Thursday night, providing more than enough support for its own ace, senior Adam Tyson.The Royals scored five runs in the first two innings and Tyson came back from a back injur...
  • Senate clears way for financial regulation bill

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Prodded by national anger at Wall Street, the Senate cleared the way Thursday for the most far-reaching new restraints on big banks since the Great Depression. President Barack Obama cheered from the White House. Breaking a Senate b...
  • Police: Ohio mom burgled home while son in car

    HARRISON, Ohio (AP) — Authorities say a pregnant Ohio woman accused in several home burglaries left her son waiting in her car while committing at least one of the alleged crimes. Hamilton County Municipal Judge Russell Mock set bond Thursday at $...
  • Cross placed in Mojave Desert where one was stolen

    MOJAVE NATIONAL PRESERVE, Calif. (AP) — A cross honoring America's war dead that was stolen from a federal park in the Mojave Desert has been mysteriously replaced or returned, officials said Thursday. A maintenance worker spotted the cross on Sun...
  • CDC: Look before you leap into dirty public pools

      ATLANTA (AP) — You might want to look before you leap into a public swimming pool this summer. A new government report shows one in eight public swimming pools were shut down two years ago because of dirty water or other problems, like missing...
  • BP concedes Gulf oil spill is bigger than estimate

    NEW ORLEANS (AP) — BP conceded Thursday that more oil than it estimated is gushing into the Gulf of Mexico as heavy crude washed into Louisiana's wetlands for the first time, feeding worries and uncertainty about the massive monthlong spill. Mark ...
  • Two Arkansas police killed during traffic stop

    WEST MEMPHIS, Ark. (AP) — Authorities say two Arkansas police officers were shot and killed during a traffic stop and a short time later, the suspects were killed in a shootout with a sheriff and deputy. Authorities say the sheriff and chief deput...
  • Google teams with Sony, Intel on 'smart' Web TV

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Google believes it has come up with the technology to unite Web surfing with channel surfing on televisions. To reach the long-elusive goal, Google has joined forces with Sony, Intel and Logitech. The companies were unveiling ...
  • McDonald's says no way Ronald will retire

      CHICAGO (AP) — Retire Ronald McDonald? No way. That's the message McDonald's Corp.'s CEO Jim Skinner gave Thursday to the red-haired clown's critics who say the cartoon promotes unhealthy eating and should go the way of the Marlboro Man and Jo...
  • Annuals and perennials

    Charlie Harper plants some annuals in his backyard. (Photo: Aaron Carpenter/Sentinel-Tribune) Annuals and perennials offer a variety of options for the flower gardens. For newer gardeners, it is important to realize that perennials are ...
  • Hats off to new BG store

    Ginny Stewart has opened Bowling Green Hats & Acessories in Bowling Green. (Photo: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune) Accessories make statement at new businessWhen personal finances won’t allow the purchase of new clothes, fresh lif...
  • Friday is Bike to Work or School Day in Bowling Green

    The Bowling Green Bicycle Safety Commission reminds everyone that Friday has been designated as the official Bike to Work or School Day. Two local businesses have special offers for those who ride their bikes on Friday. In cooperation with Grounds for Tho...
  • Three Americans jailed in Iran reunite with their moms

    TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Three Americans jailed in Iran for 10 months hugged and kissed their mothers in an emotional reunion Thursday after the women arrived on a mission to secure the release of their children. One of the prisoners said they all hoped t...
  • Astronaut gives Isaac Newton cosmic view of Earth

      CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Sir Isaac Newton is getting the royal treatment in space, thanks to the British-born astronaut who carried up a picture of the 17th century scientist and a chip from his famous apple tree. Atlantis astronaut Piers S...
  • Legals: 5-20

    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...
  • AAA: more Americans will travel this Memorial Day

    NEW YORK (AP) — AAA says more Americans will hit the highways and airports over the Memorial Day holiday weekend, but they'll probably spend much less than last year. The travel group released a forecast Thursday that projects about 32.1 million p...

Front Page Stories

Perrysburg Twp. Man Sentenced to 22 Years for Rape
07/24/2014 | Sentinel-Tribune Staff

A Perrysburg Township man was senteced to more than 22 years in prison after being found guilty Thur [ ... ]


Vigil set for BGSU student
07/24/2014 | Associated Press

CLEVELAND (AP) — A vigil for a Bowling Green State University student who was found dead in Lorain [ ... ]


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