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Fort Meigs to host Muster on the Maumee PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 31 May 2014 02:01
PERRSYBURG - Fort Meigs will host Muster on the Maumee June 14 and 15.
The event includes re-enactors representing soldiers from over 10 centuries of warfare, from Roman legions to the modern American military.
Military re-enactors will portray individuals including Vikings, medieval archers, and soldiers from the War of 1812, American Civil War, and both World Wars, among others. Period camps will be open to tour, and the troops will demonstrate their uniforms and weapons.
Returning this year is the pike college. Guests can learn how to use a 16-foot-long pike and its role on the battlefield. Medieval archers will give longbow demonstrations, and there will be a  Viking combat demonstration. Also returning this year are historic artillery firings and the tunes of Bob Ford, folk musician.  
Bill would designate portion of Route 65 in honor of soldier PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 31 May 2014 02:01
State Representative Tim Brown, R-Bowling Green, has announced that the Ohio House of Representatives passed legislation that would designate a portion of Ohio 65 in Wood County as the "Staff Sergeant Bradley C. Hart Memorial Roadway." House Bill 440 passed through the House Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security Committee.
Hart died on Feb. 17 of 2011 at his base in Djibouti, Africa, from injuries he received in a noncombat incident while performing his official military duties. He was a Perrysburg High School and Penta Career Center graduate who served for nearly eight years in the United States Army. Hart enlisted as a wheeled vehicle mechanic and went on to become a paratrooper.
Latta given national shooting sports foundation award PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 30 May 2014 10:13
Congressman Bob Latta (R-OH) has been named the National Shooting Sports Foundation's Legislator of the Year for his tireless efforts in promoting, protecting and preserving pro-sportsmen and sportswomen's policies. Latta accepted the award at the organization's annual dinner, where he also delivered the keynote address.
"I am honored to be named the National Shooting Sports Foundation's Legislator of the Year," said Latta. "As co-chairman of the Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus and a lifelong hunter, sportsmen and sportswomen's issues are extremely important to me. Earlier this year, the House passed legislation I sponsored to promote these activities, and I have been working diligently with the Senate to pass these policies into law, so we can continue our country's rich outdoors legacy for generations to come."
Sundae Stroll - '5K with a twist' PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 31 May 2014 02:00
The Sundae Stroll - "a 5K with a twist" - in memory of Cheryl Foltz will be held June 14.
The event benefits the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network for pancreatic cancer research.
It will be held beginning at the Sundae Station, 1240 W. Wooster St. Registration will open at 8:30 a.m.
Foltz was diagnosed with the disease in March of 2012, and died in May of that year.
Event organizers noted that each year more than 40,000 people will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Of those diagnosed, nearly 25,000 will lose their battle within the year.  
The Sundae Stroll is $30 per walker, or $15 per walker under 12 years old. The fee includes a T-shirt, water and snacks, and a sundae at the finish line.
Local Briefs: 05-30-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 30 May 2014 09:01
Sex assault reported in BG
Police are investigating a sexual assault incident reported Thursday in the city.
The assault, involving a 23-year-old Toledo woman, was reported at 6:30 a.m. in the 700 block of Napoleon Road.
Additional details were not available this morning.

Robbery under investigation
Police are investigating the report of a robbery on Clough Street Wednesday afternoon.
The 2 p.m. incident, in the 1400 block of Clough, reportedly involved the theft of money in a parking lot by a black male who then left the scene in a purple van.
Suspects have been identified in the case, according to Maj. Tony Hetrick of the Bowling Green Police Division,  but no charges were filed in the case as of this morning.
Additional details were not available.
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