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  • Croghan board OKs promotions, reviews 2009 bank performance

    The annual shareholders meeting of Croghan Bancshares, Inc. (CHBH.OB), the parent holding company of The Croghan Colonial Bank was held on May 11 at Terra Community College. The Croghan Colonial Bank is a locally owned and operated bank, which was founded...
  • BG man in critical condition after Michigan crash

    Bowling Green resident John S. Magada, 45, remained in critical condition this morning at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center, Toledo, following an early morning accident on Thursday in Monroe Township, Mich.According to Deputy Daniel Zdybek of the Monroe Co...
  • Concert for autism

    Michael Puppos, music director at Blessed John XXIII, performs a song for an Emmaus fundraiser concert held at the church’s Parish Life Center in Perrysburg on May 14. Emmaus is the praise band of the church. More than $787 was raised to b...
  • Local Briefs: 5-21

    BG's Hallmark store is closingGen's Hallmark at 840 S. Main St., Bowling Green, has posted signs that the store is closing.The firm is also closing its store in Perrysburg in the shops at River Place and in other Northwest Ohio locations.The store is offe...
  • Lee pitches Elmwood softball past Woodmore in district semifinal

    The pieces are all starting to fit together for Elmwood’s softball team.The Royals are getting timely hitting, playing good defense and Marissa Lee is being tough on opposing hitters.Elmwood put all those elements together at Bowling...
  • Marvin Dewyer Sr.

    Marvin L. Dewyer Sr. passed away in his home on Thursday, May 20, 2010 after a brief fight against cancer. Marvin was born on June 24, 1924 in Cygnet, Ohio to Ross Daniel and Ida Jane (Katzel). Marvin was the youngest of 7 children. William, Carl, Howard,...
  • Raymond Davis

    Raymond W. Davis, 84, of Wauseon, died this morning (May 21, 2010). Funeral arrangements are pending at Dunn Funeral Home....
  • Joseph Perry

    Joseph B. Perry, 80, of Bowling Green, died Thursday (May 20, 2010). Arrangements are being handled by Dunn Funeral Home....
  • 'Bill' Lehman

    William Lehman died May 18, 2010 in Houston.The 1954 B.G.H.S. and 1962 B.G.S.U. graduate is survived by his wife, Josie, sons, Paul, Dan and Jason, three grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and sister, Donna Knaggs, Bairdstown.He sold pharmaceuticals...
  • Legals: 5-21

    999 LEGALS LEGAL NOTICE IN SUIT FOR FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGECOURT OF COMMON PLEASWOOD COUNTY, OHIOCase No.: 2010 CV 0405Judge: Reeve KelseyPNC Mortgage a division of PNC Bank, National Association successor by merger to National City Mortgage a divi...
  • Summerfest is Saturday in Luckey

    LUCKEY - The third annual Summerfest will be held Saturday in downtown Luckey.The festivities on Main Street will begin at 10 a.m. and continue until the last band ends at about 9 p.m.This year's event has been expanded to include a lineup of three bands ...
  • Perrysburg wins residency lawsuit

    PERRYSBURG - A judgment in favor of the city regarding a lawsuit about its residency policies was announced at Tuesday evening's council meeting.Law Director Mathew Beredo noted that a lawsuit had been filed in late summer 2009. Its plaintif...
  • Ohio unemployment edges downward in April

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio's unemployment rate has slipped from its highest level in more than 26 years as more people found work in both services and goods-producing industries. The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services said Friday that the ...
  • Cleveland's Masonic temple fire ruled arson

    CLEVELAND (AP) — A fire has destroyed a 103-year-old Masonic temple in Cleveland, and authorities have ruled it was arson. The brick, four-story building was left in ruins by the fire Wednesday night. The building hasn't been used for gatherings ...
  • Suspects in Arkansas killing of officers are dead

      WEST MEMPHIS, Ark. (AP) — Two men armed with AK-47s ambushed and killed two officers who had stopped them on an Arkansas interstate, then died in a shootout with police who had tracked them to a Walmart parking lot, authorities say. Sgt. Brand...
  • Consumer watchdog eyes lenders in new bank rules

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress is getting tougher on both borrowers and lenders blamed for inflating a housing bubble that, when it popped, plunged the nation into a severe recession two years ago. Under sweeping financial overhauls that have now pass...
  • Diamond Roundup: 5-21

    BG PEE WEEGREENLINE 12, HUNTINGTON BANK 4Pitchers: G - Blake Powers, Ethan Korte, Morgan Curley. HB - Christian Peek, Bradley Barton, Austin Adams.Leading hitters: G - Korte, single, double. HB - Eli Shope, two singles; Peek, three singles.ROTARY CLUB 7, ...
  • Sports Briefs: 5-21

    BGSU's Chiricosta earns more academic honorsBowling Green State University tennis standout Christine Chiricosta has been named to the ESPN The Magazine women's at-large academic all-district first-team for the second consecutive year.As an academic all-di...
  • 6 county players on All-MAL first-team

    FREMONT - A total of six players from Wood County high schools have earned first-team All-Midland Athletic League honors this spring, three in baseball and three in softball.Lakota seniors Clay Hoffman and James Reinbolt, and North Baltimore senior Jeremy...
  • Mud Hens: 5-21

    TOLEDO - Toledo's Max Scherzer fired eight scoreless innings as the Mud Hens notched a 4-0 win over Durham Thursday night. Toledo is 24-18 in the International League West.Scherzer allowed only one hit and one walk while striking out 10 batters in his fir...