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BG Board of Education calls Saturday meeting PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel Staff   
Friday, 31 January 2014 11:48
The Bowling Green Board of Education will hold an emergency meeting on Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Administrative Offices building, 137 Clough St., for the purpose of modifying the 2013-2014 school calendar, adoption of a resolution regarding the use of blizzard bags/on-line make-up days for the 2013-2014 school year and discuss other options for make-up days.
Action is expected to be taken.
The district has lost 11 days due to weather. Five days are allowed.
Legislation in Columbus might increase allowed calamity days to nine.
Currently, the last day for classes in Bowling Green is May 30.
Last Updated on Friday, 31 January 2014 14:10
BMV offers multi-year, permanent registrations PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Friday, 31 January 2014 11:32
The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) is issue multi-year/permanent registrations to those customers who have a commercial trailer or semi-trailer vehicle registered in Ohio.
Multi-year (two to seven years) and permanent (eight years) registrations will allow customers to purchase multi-year commercial trailer and semi-trailer registrations for up to seven consecutive years or pay the equivalent of eight years of registration fees to receive a permanent registration plate (for the life of the trailer, non-transferable).
The permanent registrations will receive a plate with the word "permanent" printed between the bolt holes and "No Exp" printed (no expiration) at the bottom right hand corner.
For more information, view the frequently asked questions at www.ohiobmv.gov or call the Ohio BMV at (614) 752-7800.
Register for park district programs, such as Winter Fest and survival skills PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Friday, 31 January 2014 11:28
Register for the following upcoming Wood County Park District programs at www.wcparks.org or by calling 419-353-1897.
•    Winter Fest, 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, W.W. Knight Preserve - Snow games, cool hikes, winter art, animal tracking, a warming fire, hot treats and more invite us outside to see how much fun nature in winter can be. No snow, no worries. There will still be lots of fun stuff going on. Indoors and out, dress for the weather.
•    Greenhouse Help Volunteer Opportunity, 1 to 3 p.m. Feb. 4, Reuthinger Preserve - Help grow plants at the native nursery and greenhouse. Volunteers may be asked to perform a variety of functions such as transplanting seedlings, filling pots or watering plants. No experience necessary.
Local Briefs: 01-31-14 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Friday, 31 January 2014 11:31
Traffic blitz on Sunday
Wood County Safe Communities has announced that law enforcement will be holding a traffic blitz on Sunday to coincide with the Super Bowl.
Drivers are reminded to be mindful of all traffic safety laws, and to designate a driver if their celebrations will include alcoholic beverages.

Typical flu season in county
Wood County is still experiencing a typical flu season.
As of Jan. 25, there have been 11 flu-related hospitalizations, compared to 12 last season, according to Nikki Brue, epidemiologist at the Wood County Health District. She also advised there has been a total of 59 reported cases in Wood County, compared to 77 cases last year.
Rossford library gets purloined books PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Friday, 31 January 2014 11:28
ROSSFORD - Crime is paying off for the Rossford Public Library.
Monday Rossford City Council voted to give a stash of books, books on tape and DVDs confiscated from a convicted shoplifter to the library.
James Jablonski was arrested late last year in the Meijer store on U.S. 20.
He was found to be in the possession of a small library of books believed to be stolen from stores within the region.
City Administrator Ed Ciecka said since it would be hard to determine which books were stolen from which store, it was determined that the collection be donated to the public library.
The ordinance passed allowed the city to dispose of the books as "surplus property," a provision most often used for unwanted vehicles, outdated computer devices and sundry office equipment.
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