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Sheriff's Blotter: 1-6-14 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune   
Monday, 06 January 2014 13:44

Dec. 24 citation:
Driving under suspension (2 counts): Lucas Hagemann, Wayne.
Dec. 25 citation:
No license: Miguel Escobar, Fremont.
A breaking and entering incident at a barn was reported in the 3000 block of Rosendale Road, Bloomdale. A lawn mower was taken from the site.
Dec. 28 citation:
Driving under suspension: Christopher Schrider, Mt. Hope, W.V.
An accident occurred:
Dec. 28
Hancock-Wood issues peak demand alert PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel Staff   
Monday, 06 January 2014 12:16
NORTH BALTIMORE — At 10 a.m. today Hancock-Wood Electric Cooperative issued a peak demand alert for the hours between 6 to 10 p.m., today, and again between 7 and 9 a.m. Tuesday, due to continuing sub-zero temperatures. These times are subject to change as forecasts are updated, so members should prepare for the time to extend slightly beyond these timeframes. According to weather reports, a frigid, dense swirl of air, known as a polar vortex, has descended on northwest Ohio and is expected to cause the area to reach or surpass decades-old cold temperature records.
“The alert is to urge both commercial and residential members to reduce electricity use during those periods and coincides with the activation of automatic load control switches,” President and CEO George Walton said. “It is important to note that there is no shortage of power. A portion of what Hancock-Wood pays for electricity is determined by peak demand, so members’ participation in controlling electric use helps us to keep electric rates stable.”
Last Updated on Monday, 06 January 2014 12:18
Jamie's Seams to Fit joins downtown BG scene PDF Print E-mail
Written by KAREN NADLER COTA, Sentinel Lifestyles Editor   
Monday, 06 January 2014 09:10
Andrew Zulch, from left, Jamie Zulch, Matt Zulch, and Shelby Zulch at their new business Jamie's Seams to Fit in Bowling Green. (Photo: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)
Eight years ago, Jamie Zulch opened a modest sewing and alterations business in Bowling Green called Jamie's Seams to Fit.
But demand for her skills constantly expanded, to the point where Zulch has made the move to a bigger shop in a new location, while adding a brand-new service: tuxedo rentals.
Jamie's Seams to Fit and The Formal Detail held a festive ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday at 186 S. Main, the storefront that formerly housed Rapid Print.
The ribbon-cutting was slated during the holiday week to allow Zulch's son, currently serving with the U.S. Marine Corps, to participate before returning to his duty posting later that day.
"I'm so excited" about the move and expansion, Zulch said.
"I do all kinds of alterations including formalwear, bridal gowns and bridesmaid dresses, prom dresses. I'm also experienced in accessorizing military uniforms" and zipper repairs are always in demand.
Last Updated on Monday, 06 January 2014 09:13
Hancock-Wood looks ahead from 75th year PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 06 January 2014 10:22
NORTH BALTIMORE --Hancock-Wood Electric Cooperative Inc., celebrated a number of "firsts" during the co-op's 75th anniversary year, including garnering national media attention for an Act of Kindness, securing two U.S. Congressmen to speak at annual events (a first for Ohio electric co-ops) and sending a local student to speak at a national convention.
Following the Sandy Hook tragedy, NBC News aired an Act-of-Kindness Awards presentation to HWEC Accounting Assistant Mary Casey and her daughter Sara. Casey and her first grader worked on a classroom Kindness Quilt project that won an award from Newtown Kindness, founded in memory of Charlotte Bacon, a victim of the shootings. Casey's husband and Sara's father, Jim Casey, an HWEC lineman, transported his family to the ceremony in Connecticut. Sara Casey's submission was among the top eight selected out of thousands of nominations received from across the country. The Casey family plans a second visit to Sandy Hook in February.
Wood County Senior Centers closed Monday and Tuesday PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel Staff   
Monday, 06 January 2014 08:47
The Wood County Committee on Aging and all Wood County Senior Centers will be closed today and Tuesday.

All services and programs are cancelled.

Home Delivered Meal clients are to eat their shelf stable meals for Monday and Tuesday.

Residents are asked to check on their homebound and older neighbors during this winter storm.
Last Updated on Monday, 06 January 2014 09:14
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