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State officials warn of potential flooding PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 19 February 2014 11:19
As winter weather advisories continue to impact Ohio, officials are encouraging residents to begin focusing on the increased potential of flood risk, particularly with warmer temperatures and increased chances for precipitation.
Rain is in the forecast this week, and only a small amount of rain in combination with significant snow accumulation can cause flooding in some areas.
"Flooding is a top hazard for Ohio," said Steve Ferryman, Ohio Emergency Management Agency's Mitigation and Recovery branch chief. "Residents should be mindful of changing weather conditions and take precautions against flood damage."
A midwinter or early spring thaw can produce large amounts of runoff in a short period of time. Because the ground is hard and frozen, water cannot penetrate and be reabsorbed. The water then runs off the surface and flows into lakes, streams and rivers, causing excess water to spill over their banks.
"Ohio's prolonged periods of subfreezing temperatures have caused the creation of many ice jams throughout the state," said Christopher Thoms, Ohio Department of Natural Resources' Floodplain Management program manager. "Minor flooding has already occurred in some areas, particularly in northern Ohio."
Local Briefs: 2-19-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 19 February 2014 11:18
Bob Evans helps firefighters' families
Bob Evans Restaurant in Perrysburg will be holding a fundraiser for Toledo firefighters Private Stephen Machcinski and Private James Dickman, who were killed in the line of duty. The fundraiser is planned Thursday and Friday from open to close.
The fundraiser also will be at all Bob Evans in Toledo, Maumee, Holland and Oregon.
Bob Evans will donate 15 percent of guest checks dining in or ordering carryout for the fundraiser to the firefighter's families. Mention it to the cashier and your check will be part of the donation.

Film shows 'Inequality for All'
"Inequality for All" features Robert Reich, professor, best-selling author, and Clinton cabinet member, and will be discussed Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. at Owens Community College AVCC room 125.
Reiche demonstrates how the widening income gap has a devastating impact on the American economy and uses humor and a wide array of facts to explain how the issue of economic inequality affects each and every one of us. The film premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and won the Special Jury Prize for Achievement in Filmmaking.
This event is free and open to the public.
Sand bags available in Pemberville PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 19 February 2014 08:10
PEMBERVILLE — Mayor Gordon Bowman will be at the Pemberville Utility Garage (off Sherman Avenue) today from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. to provide sandbags to residents who wish to use them.

The village will also provide fill for the bags. The fill is piled outside just south of the salt barn.

Residents will be asked to provide their name, address and number of bags requested. There may be a nominal charge per bag, to be billed later.

Jeff Bourdo, Streets Superintendent, can be contacted any other time during business hours for bags. The village has approximately1,800 bags, and can obtain more within 48 hours.

Check the Pemberville Police website for additional recommendations about flood protection.  www.pembervillepolice.com

Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 February 2014 09:51
First siege of Fort Meigs is lecture topic 2-19-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 19 February 2014 11:17
PERRYSBURG - Larry Nelson, adjunct assistant professor of history at Bowling Green State University, will present a lecture on "The Southern Sorties" at Fort Meigs on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
The presentation is free and open to the public. Doors open at 7 p.m.
The First Siege of Fort Meigs in May 1813 consisted of five days of heavy artillery bombardment and one day of intense fighting on both sides of the Maumee River. The two engagements on the south side of the river, Clay's Landing and Miller's Charge, were part of a coordinated attack that ended in success for American forces, yet tend to be overlooked by the more disastrous defeat of U.S. forces on the north side of the river. However, these southern sorties saw intense fighting and represent some of the first American successes in the Western Theater of war and should not be overlooked.
Community, board support Perrysburg baseball coach PDF Print E-mail
Written by By ALEX ASPACHER Sentinel Staff Writer   
Tuesday, 18 February 2014 22:41
PERRYSBURG — A dust-up over a coach's contract renewal highlighted a packed school board meeting Tuesday.
A handful of those in a standing-room-only crowd spoke in support of retaining high school baseball coach Dave Hall, whose contract was eventually approved by the board.
Several speakers accused school board member Cal Smith of not wanting Hall to continue in the position due to personal problems with the coach.
Parents expressed appreciation for how Hall runs his baseball program, and when prompted, an overwhelming majority of those present stood to indicate they were there to back him.
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