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Ex-Lake substitute teacher gets 60-day sentence PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel Staff   
Thursday, 24 April 2014 15:00
A former Lake High School substitute teacher will spend 60 days in jail and face three years of probation in connection with a 2011 incident involving a then-17-year-old girl.
Jacob Kubuske, 29, Millbury, appeared Thursday in the courtroom of Wood County Judge Robert Pollex.
Kubuske pleaded guilty to one count of attempted menacing by stalking, a fifth-degree felony, in February. He had originally been indicted on a single count of sexual battery, a third-degree felony.
He is additionally to surrender his teaching license, and is not to coach or be in any other position that places him in a supervisory role with young girls, said Pollex in pronouncing sentence.
Prior to sentencing, Kubuske said he could not find the word to express his "remorse and sorrow for what I did."
Local Briefs: 04-24-14 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 24 April 2014 10:36
Field fires prevalent around Wood County
NORTH BALTIMORE - The Wood County Sheriff's Office has received multiple reports in recent days of field burnings and controlled burns as area landowners attempt to get rid of leftover brush in their fields.
One such burn was reported Wednesday in the area of Oil Center Road and North Baltimore Road, north of the village. The burn was reportedly quite large and was put out with water tankers owned by the farmer.
Wednesday evening smoke was so think along both sides of Interstate 75 south of U.S. 6 and north of Jerry City that it could be mistaken for fog, according to one account reported to the Sentinel.
Downtown Puppy Crawl Saturday to benefit WC Humane Society PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 24 April 2014 10:21
Saturday the Wood County Humane Society will partner with several local establishments to host a bar crawl that will benefit the neglected, abused, and homeless animals of Wood County.
Sponsored jointly by the WCHS, Clazel, Melt Shoppe, and Ink Mafia, this event will involve 15 Bowling Green eateries and bars, all of which will offer discounted drink specials to bar crawlers 21 years of age or older. Participating establishments include: The Attic; Blo Hookah Bar; Brathaus; Campus Quarters; City Tap; Clazel; Grumpy Dave's Pub; Melt Shoppe; Nate and Wally's; One49; Reverend's Bar and Grill; Shots Inc.; Stones Throw Tavern and Grill; Tubby's Tavern; and Uptown Downtown.
The purpose of the event is two-fold, according to Luc Gibb, volunteer at the WCHS. The primary goal is to raise money to support the WCHS. A related goal, says Gibb, is to provide a safe and fun event for members of the university and local communities to come together for a worthwhile common cause.
Man apprehended in Colo. for Perrysburg bank robbery PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 24 April 2014 10:24
PERRYSBURG - A Michigan man accused in the April 9 robbery of a bank in the city is reportedly on his way back to Ohio in custody.
David Dustin, supervisory senior resident agent for the FBI in Toledo, said this morning that Jason Radigan, 39, was arrested in Colorado after the robbery of the State Bank and Trust Co., 610 E. South Boundary St.
In that incident, a man reportedly passed a note to a teller indicating that he was robbing the bank. A weapon was not observed, nor did he say that he had one. The man, who was caught on security footage, then left in a red compact car.
No injuries were reported, and the amount of money taken was not disclosed.
BG swim teams scramble to find workout space PDF Print E-mail
Written by HAROLD BROWN Sentinel City Editor   
Thursday, 24 April 2014 10:21
With the closure of the Bowling Green State University Student Recreation Center for extensive renovations, Bowling Green Swim Club and the BGSU swim team had hoped to move practices to the pool at Bowling Green City Park yet this month.
However, cool weather has prevented some warranty work needed at the city pool, leaving those two entities looking for alternative workout space.
For example, BGSC Coach Carolyn Strunk said the team has been working out at the Perrysburg YMCA, but that arrangement ends Sunday. She is searching the area for alternative workout sites.
Director of Parks and Recreation Dr. Michelle Grigore told the Board of Parks and Recreation Tuesday night that a caulk joint in the pool failed over the winter and the contractor needs at least seven days of 60-degree-plus weather to make the repair and allow the caulk to properly cure. The two swim teams had hoped to start using the facility this weekend, nearly a month ahead of the planned May 24 opening to the public.
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