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Victim identified in morning I-75 crash PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel Staff   
Tuesday, 18 February 2014 14:55
NORTH BALTIMORE – The name of a man killed in a crash early Tuesday on Interstate 75 north of the village has been released.
Stephen W. Humphries, 22, Nitro, W.V., was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash, near the 169 milepost in Bloom Township.
The Bowling Green Post of the Ohio Highway Patrol reports that at 1:50 a.m. a semi tractor-trailer driven by Kenneth Mossbarger, Tipp City, was stopped northbound on I-75 for a traffic crash, when Humphries failed to maintain assured clear distance ahead and struck Mossbarger’s vehicle from behind.
Humphries’ passenger, Jessica King, Kahawha, W.V., was taken to Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center, Toledo, where she was listed in critical condition. Mossbarger was not hurt.
I-75 as shut down for approximately two hours as a result of the incident.
The crash remains under investigation, and it is unknown if alcohol or drug use was a factor.
Local Briefs: 2-18-14 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune   
Tuesday, 18 February 2014 11:35
One killed in I-75 crash
NORTH BALTIMORE - The identity of a person who died in an accident early this morning on Interstate 75 near the village is being withheld pending notification of next of kin.
The Bowling Green Post of the Ohio Highway Patrol reports a 2014 Nissan Versa rammed the rear of the 1989 Peterbilt tractor-trailer at 1:50 near milepost 169 in southern Wood County.
The driver of the Versa was killed. A passenger, Jessica King, 23, of Kanawha, W. Va., was taken to St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center in Toledo. The patrol indicated King was in serious condition.
The driver of the truck, Kenneth Mossbarger, 42, of Tipp City, was not injured.
The northbound lanes of I-75 were closed for approximately two hours after the crash.
Man charged for kicking ice sculpture PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 18 February 2014 10:28
A man was charged with criminal mischief this weekend after he was observed damaging an ice sculpture created for the city's Winterfest.
Bowling Green Police Chief Brad Conner said this morning that just after 11 p.m. on Saturday Chad Clements, 20, with a campus address, was seen kicking an ice sculpture in the 100 block of North Main Street. The sculpture was created for the Melt Shoppe Gastropub, 145 N. Main St.
Conner said part of the sculpture landed in the street, causing a road hazard.
Clements reportedly admitted to kicking the piece.
Conner said the sculpture was located in an area away from most of the other sculptures created for the event.
"We had extra officers out that were contracted with for Winterfest to actually watch the ice sculptures, but this was on the north end of town," and the officers were largely on the south end of Main Street, he said.
Green Chair takes center court during BGSU basketball game PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 18 February 2014 10:47
A local non-profit organization's life-saving mission will take over the Stroh Center Wednesday at 7 p.m. during the Bowling Green State University's women's basketball game.
Life Connection of Ohio, the organ procurement organization in Maumee, will have volunteers and staff on hand at Wednesday's game to give people an opportunity to register as organ and tissue donors at their informational table on the main concourse. Also making an appearance will be the Green Chair, the star of Life Connection of Ohio's latest awareness campaign. Every day, 18 chairs go empty because the need for organs far outweighs the supply. The tagline of the Green Chair Campaign is "Don't let another chair go empty" because encouraging more people to register as organ donors means there will be fewer empty chairs.
Sitting in the Green Chair at center court during halftime will be the Peterson family - Jean, Dave and Derrik - from Custar. Seventeen-year-old Brook Peterson, Jean and Dave's daughter and Derrik's sister, passed away in 2008 and gave the gift of life through organ donation. Because of Brook's generous gift, three lives were saved - and three chairs continue to be filled. Amazingly, two years after Brook's death, her grandfather received a life-saving kidney transplant, so the Petersons have experienced both sides of donation - giving and receiving.
Owens provost finalist for New Mexico post PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 18 February 2014 10:01

LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) — Educators from New Mexico, Ohio and Texas are finalists to be hired as the next president of a community college serving parts of southern New Mexico.

The finalists under consideration by the Las Cruces-based Dona Ana Community College include Andrew Burke. He is the college's vice president for business and finance and is currently its interim vice president.

The other two finalists are Renay Scott, provost at Owens Community College in Toledo, Ohio, and Lydia Tena, Northwest Campus Dean at El Paso Community College in Texas.

The three were selected from among 27 applicants.

An appointment of the new president is expected by late March.

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