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Feasel earns Ferrari Award PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 30 April 2014 10:01
It's a rare person who possesses sterling qualities both personally and professionally, but Carroll Feasel is one such person. Her colleagues in Bowling Green State University's College of Health and Human Services want the rest of the world to appreciate her as they do.
Their nomination earned Feasel the 2014 Michael R. Ferrari Award - the highest honor given to administrative staff.
Feasel, executive assistant to the dean and college budget director, received $1,000, a reserved parking space for a year and plaque in her honor that will hang in the Bowen-Thompson Student Union, presented at the Administrative Staff Council annual reception Saturday.
Named for former interim president "Mick" Ferrari, the award recognizes those who represent the values he exemplified: demonstrated excellence in one's work while also promoting harmony, having strong relationships with the university community and being committed to the growth and betterment of BGSU and its students.
Bradner teen in ICU after Monday crash PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 30 April 2014 10:00
A Bradner man remained in critical condition this morning following a Monday crash in Sandusky County west of the city.
Jacob Hutson, 19, was listed in the Intensive Care Unit of Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center, Toledo. According to the Fremont Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol, at 11:43 p.m. Monday Hutson, driving a 1997 Ford Ranger, was stopped northbound on U.S. 23 at a traffic light at the intersection with U.S. 6.
A semi tractor-trailer, also northbound on U.S. 23 behind Hutson, and driven by Byron Wheeler, 55, Zanesville, failed to stop and struck Hutson's vehicle in the rear.
Hutson's vehicle traveled off the left side of the roadway and struck a sign before coming to rest.
Hutson was taken to the hospital by Bradner EMS.
Local Briefs: 04-29-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 29 April 2014 09:34
Hoytville council meets Wed.
HOYTVILLE - Hoytville Village Council will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at 2418 S. Main St.
Representatives from Feller, Finch & Associates and NWWS will be in attendance to share information.

Road work affects streets in Perrysburg
PERRYSBURG - Through June, Ohio 25 from Front Street to South Boundary Street, will be reduced to one lane for resurfacing and drainage work. Local access will be maintained.
Effective on the following dates, Front Street, between Ohio 25 and Mulberry Street, will be closed for resurfacing: Wednesday 7 p.m. to Thursday 6 a.m.; Thursday 7 p.m. to Friday 6 a.m.; May 5 7 p.m. to May 6 6 a.m.; May 6 7 p.m. to May 7 6 a.m.
Larson resigns from EMS post after 17 days PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 30 April 2014 09:59
NORTH BALTIMORE - Weeks after hiring a full-time, interim EMS chief, North Baltimore will again be looking to hire for the same position.
EMS Chief Eric Larson submitted his resignation and his last day is Friday, Village Administrator Kathy Healy confirmed Tuesday.
Larson , who was hired on April 15, has accepted another job offer.
Prior to being hired as the full-time, interim EMS chief, Larson served in the same position on a part-time basis. Healy said no decisions have been made yet whether the village will hire from within its existing pool of candidates or whether the position will be re-posted.
Larson was to be paid a $35,000 salary, including benefits, with a contract running May 1-Dec. 31.
Sentinel says goodbye to four long-time employees PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 29 April 2014 09:17
The Sentinel-Tribune will be saying goodbye to four long-time employees at the end of this week.
City Editor Harold Brown, with 42 years on the job; Sports Editor Jack Carle, 36 years; Lifestyles Editor Karen Cota, 34 years; and advertising specialist Lyn Cheatwood, with 25 years, all have accepted an early retirement buyout from the newspaper.
The public is invited to a farewell open house for the four on Friday, from 5 to 7 p.m., in the back room of SamB's, 163 S. Main St., Bowling Green. The farewell is open to family, friends, co-workers and community members who have worked with Brown, Carle, Cota and Cheatwood over the years.
The employee buyout was necessitated by changes in the newspaper industry and financial challenges facing the Sentinel-Tribune.
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