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'Pick-your-price' adoption event hopes to alleviate WCHS overcrowding PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Monday, 30 June 2014 08:57
For the entire month of July, the Wood County Humane Society will be offering a "pick-your-price" adoption event for all cats and kittens to help alleviate shelter overcrowding.
In May, the WCHS took in 55 cats and kittens, nearly double the usual number of intake requests that the shelter receives on a monthly basis. The shelter's freeroaming cat room currently houses over 70 cats. The WCHS also has almost 30 kittens in foster care and those kittens will soon need to return to the shelter. And on a daily basis the shelter is being hard hit with requests to take in owner surrenders, strays, and kittens.
Familiar Face: Ralph Dewitt PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Saturday, 28 June 2014 02:43
Ralph Dewitt (Hoot) is a longtime resident of Weston. He has been in town since 1939. Dewitt, an avid carpenter, started Dewitt Builders, a building and remodeling company in 1968. He turned his focus in 1986 to create a new company, Hearthstone Builders, to build log and timber frame homes. Now retired, he and his significant other of 14 years, Jetty Clapp, enjoy putting on garage sales. (Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
McDonald’s opens with a new look, faster service PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Saturday, 28 June 2014 01:53
Sharon Trumbull (from left), Kyle Hanneman, Kathy Murray and Bernie Steinbaugh eat breakfast at McDonald’s on South Main Street. (J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)
The McDonald's restaurant at 1050 S. Main St. celebrated its recent complete rebuild with a grand opening event Friday.
The Bowling Green community was involved in the ceremony, including the Bowling Green High School band, Kenwood Elementary students and the local VFW post, which performed color guard and raise the flag.
Customers will notice many updates to the new restaurant, including a double-lane drive-thru and new landscaping that complements the community. The new restaurant also features a dual point ordering system at the drive-thru and front counter, flat-screen television, an upscale dining room, digital menu boards and more.
Local Briefs: 06-28-14 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Saturday, 28 June 2014 02:13
Death under investigation in Northwood
NORTHWOOD - Police here confirmed late Friday afternoon they are investigating a death at America's Best Value Inn & Suites. The hotel is located at 2426 Oregon Road
No other details were available.
A dispatcher said Friday evening that family members were still being consulted and information would not be released until today at the earliest.

New rate for Columbia Gas customers
Bowling Green residents who are current customers of Columbia Gas of Ohio and participate in the Bowling Green Natural Gas Aggregation Program will have a new fixed rate for the natural gas supplier portion of their bill. The gas supplier will remain IGS Energy and the new fixed rate will be $0.633 per CCF.
The new rate will be effective in July through the October, 2014, billing cycle.
California men get jail time for drug trafficking PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Saturday, 28 June 2014 01:52
Two men who pleaded to charges stemming from a $2 million cocaine and heroin bust were sentenced in Wood County Court of Common Pleas Thursday.
Bobby Robinson II, 24, Carson, California, and Christopher Bustamante, 31, Montebello, California, appeared in the courtroom of Judge Alan Mayberry.
They had pleaded to amended felony charges of trafficking in cocaine and trafficking in heroin as part of plea agreements. Robinson's charges were fourth-degree felonies, while Bustamante's were second-degree felonies.
Robinson received a sentence of nine months in prison; it was noted, however, he had already served approximately nine months in the Wood County jail, and could be released with time served pending a full calculation of his actual stay at the facility.
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