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Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Monday, 09 December 2013 11:36
N.A.T. trash routes delayed
N.A.T. trash pickup for this week will be delayed one day due to icy road conditions today.
Regular pickup will return Dec. 16.

Area woman hurt in crash
FINDLAY - A Bloomdale woman was injured Sunday in a rollover crash on County Road 18 in Hancock County, northeast of the city.
The Hancock County Sheriff's Office reports that Penny Stephenson, Bloomdale, was southwest of Route 8, near County Road 216, when she lost control of the 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee she was driving.
The Jeep traveled off of the east side of the roadway and rolled on its side.
Stephenson was taken to Blanchard Valley Hospital, Findlay, by Hanco EMS.
The crash remains under investigation.
Appeals court reverses drug offence sentencing PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Monday, 09 December 2013 11:02
The Ohio Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a judgment in a 2011 Wood County drug case.
Terrance J. Brown, 27, Detroit, had previously pleaded no contest and been sentenced to a mandatory three years in prison after 30 mg. of oxycodone were reportedly found during a traffic stop on Interstate 280.
The stop, for a marked lanes violation, was made by a Lake Township officer.
The court, in an decision filed Friday, agreed with the defense argument that evidence from the stop should have been excluded because the stop was unreasonable.
Business New: 12-09-13 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Monday, 09 December 2013 10:31
BGSU sets Summer Job Fair
Bowling Green State University's 33rd annual Summer Job Fair for BGSU students will be held March 4, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the BGSU campus.
This is an opportunity for local employers to staff their part-time and summer hiring needs.
Register to participate in the fair online at bgsu.edu/stuemp.
Can't attend the fair? Businesses can post their job vacancies online (at no charge) at bgsu.edu/stuemp.  
Those with questions can contact BGSU Student Employment Services at 419-372-2865.
Detroit man arrested for drug trafficking PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Monday, 09 December 2013 10:50
LIME CITY - A Detroit man was arrested on charges including drug trafficking following an incident on Lime City Road last week.
Perrysburg Township Police were called to assist Perrysburg Police in locating a vehicle involved in an attempted fraud involving gift cards at a business on Carronade Drive on Dec. 3.
A vehicle matching the description was found and stopped on Lime City Road at Deimling Road.
A subsequent search of the vehicle turned up a steak knife with a blade approximately four inches in length, as well as three plastic bags containing nearly 41 grams of marijuana. A partial box of 9mm bullets, and a number of gift cards - these allegedly stemming from the initial fraud report - were also discovered.
Local businesses getting support, BG retailer says PDF Print E-mail
Written by HAROLD BROWN, Sentinel City Editor   
Monday, 09 December 2013 10:30
People are learning the importance of supporting small local businesses, Ginny Stewart, of BG Hats and Apparel, told trustees of the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce Friday.
Stewart provided the monthly business climate report from a retail perspective.
She said the Small Business Saturday concept promoted by American Express is making an impression with local consumers. "The difference has been more notable this year. People are getting it." She cited studies that show 73 percent of the money spent with a small business stays in the local community. "Local businesses give back more to the community in the form of wages, taxes, rent and local marketing." She urged shoppers to help keep dollars in the community.
Stewart said it is important for small business owners to get to know one another and share what they see their customers interested in and buying. "Shoppers want a coupon."  She suggested communicating with customers with a newsletter and noted the benefit of invitations to special events.
She said events like the community tree lighting provide good traffic and said she is happy when she sees parking spaces filled along Main Street.
Stewart said the Christmas season often makes the difference but she also cited traffic generated by the Black Swamp Arts Festival in September as being important in BG.
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