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Statewide tornado drill Wednesday PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 03 March 2014 10:22
The Wood County Emergency Management Agency is reminding residents and businesses that this week is Spring Severe Weather Awareness Week in Ohio.
As a part of the event, there will be a statewide tornado drill on Wednesday at 9:50 a.m.
Outdoor warning sirens in Wood County will be activated for the statewide drill.
The National Weather Service will also activate the NOAA Weather Radio Alert System at that time to test weather radios and announce the drill.
Residents and businesses are asked to take this opportunity to establish, review, and practice their procedures in seeking safe shelter when severe weather occurs. Everyone should stay alert for rapidly changing weather conditions when a "watch" is issued and be prepared to take immediate safety measures in the event a "warning" is issued or weather conditions warrant taking action. The EMA emphasizes the importance of having a safety action plan for severe weather before storms threaten the area.
Weston teen turns himself in after robbing Fostoria business PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 03 March 2014 10:09
FOSTORIA - A county teen turned himself in to Wood County Sheriff's deputies Friday following a Thursday robbery on the Seneca County side of the city.
Dakota Sharninghouse, 19, of the Weston area, was listed as an inmate in the Seneca County Jail, Tiffin, this morning. He is charged with aggravated robbery.
Fostoria Police reportedly received a 911 call regarding the incident at 9:15 p.m. at a Circle K store on Lytle Street.
Video surveillance footage showed the subject, identified as Sharninghouse, enter the store with a handgun, which he pointed at the clerk, and then demand money. The clerk complied and he left the scene with a reported $190 in cash from the register.
No injuries were reporter and no shots were fired during the incident.
Last Updated on Monday, 03 March 2014 12:04
BGSU takes home Addy Awards PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 03 March 2014 09:21
Bowling Green State University received several honors Feb. 27 at the Addy Awards, taking home a number of recognitions. Hosted by the Advertising Club of Toledo, the annual event recognizes creativity in marketing, advertising and publications.
The BGSU Office of Marketing and Communications team, directed by Robin Gerrow, chief communications officer, and Fred Connor, senior director of marketing, took home Silver Addy's in Publication Design - Magazine Series, Magazine Design, and Cross Platform Campaign for the BGSU Admissions "U" campaign.
The team took home Bronze Addys in Sales Kit for the "U" campaign viewbook and Branded Environment for exterior "U" campaign displays.
BGSU students also walked away winners, taking home a Silver Addy for The Straight and Narrow Project. Jenn Stucker, assistant professor of graphic design, and Amy Fidler, lecturer in graphic design, led the student team. The student designers were: Andrea Depaoli, Angie Baker, Ashley Lawson, Chelsea Kopfman, Jacob Parr, Kelly Hopple, Kevin Cornett, Lila Marty, Lindsy Buser, Melanie Griffith, Tyler Oberhouse, and Zach Minnich.
BG man dies of suspected drug overdose PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 03 March 2014 10:00
A Bowling Green man died of a suspected drug overdose this weekend.
The death of the 30-year-old man was reported Saturday in the 1000 block of Third Street at 6:15 p.m. He was not able to be revived by first responders.
According to police, drug abuse instruments, including syringes were found at the scene, and the death is suspected to be from an overdose of heroin.
The matter is under investigation.
Familiar Face: Jan Schaller PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Saturday, 01 March 2014 09:28
Jan Schaller is a police and 911 dispatcher at Bowling Green State University where she as worked for 8 years. Prior to her time at BGSU, she was a police and 911 dispatcher for the Bowling Green Police Division for 15 years. Schaller is one of the founding charter members of the Rainbow Parent Group which helped create what is now the Rainbow Cooperative Preschool. Both of her daughters, Stephanie and Natalie, attended the preschool. In her spare time, Schaller enjoys reading, trekking down to visit grandchildren in Kentucky and acting. She is looking forward to returning to it for fun, as one of the original cast members of the Black Swamp Players, a group she joined as a teenager.
(Photo: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
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