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BG transit committee meets Tues. PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 10 February 2014 10:34
The Transit Advisory Committee will meet Tuesday in the Council Chamber, third floor of the City Administrative Services Building, 304 N. Church St., at 1:30 p.m.
Agenda topics will include: Service provider update and review of fiscal and operating reports for the fourth quarter CY 2013; marketing report for the fourth quarter CY 2013; and 2014 Customer Satisfaction Survey
Immediately following the Transit Advisory Committee meeting, the Vehicle Accident Prevention Committee meeting will be held.
The meetings are open to the public.
Haskins man sentenced to prison PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 10 February 2014 10:13
A Haskins man who pleaded guilty to a number of charges in December was sentenced to 30 months in prison Friday.
Keith M. Stetler, 19, appeared in the courtroom of Wood County Judge Alan Mayberry.
Stetler pleaded guilty to grand theft when the property is a firearm, two counts of burglary, receiving stolen property, one count of illegal use of a minor in nudity-oriented material or performance, and one count of voyeurism.
The grand theft, burglary, and receiving stolen property counts stemmed from 2012 incidents at the homes of his parents and his grandmother in Haskins, and a residence in Weston. The remaining charges stemmed from video Stetler reportedly took on his phone of a then-16-year-old girl who was in a state of nudity.
Steve McEwen, Megan Newlove BG's Outstanding Citizens PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel Staff   
Saturday, 08 February 2014 23:23
Steve McEwen surrounded by family members Saturday night. (Photos: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)
Two Bowling Green natives received Outstanding Citizens Awards at Saturday night's Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner.
Steve McEwen, who left BG to attend college and work for General Motors and came back to lead a local company, raise a family of six children and lend a hand in countless community efforts, was the male recipient.
Megan Newlove, a Bowling Green State University trustee, an attorney and business owner, who is involved in numerous civic and professional groups, is the female recipient.
The outstanding citizen awards have been presented since 1957.
Last Updated on Sunday, 09 February 2014 09:17
Wood County awarded funds for demolishing blighted homes PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 10 February 2014 10:12
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has awarded more than $3.8 million in additional demolition grants to 87 Ohio counties. The additional grants were a reallocation of unrequested funds from the Ohio Attorney General's "Moving Ohio Forward Program."
Wood County will receive $29,265.
"The Ohio Attorney General's Moving Ohio Forward Program has been successful in helping the many Ohioans who were victims of neighborhood blight caused by the foreclosure crisis," said DeWine. "By demolishing abandoned, blighted homes, we have been making a real effort to help stabilize neighborhoods and remove public safety hazards. I am pleased to make these additional funds available so counties can demolish additional structures."
DeWine designated $75 million of Ohio's settlement share for the demolition program, allocating funds to each of Ohio's 88 counties based upon the percentage of foreclosures that occurred in that county between 2008 and 2010, the period of the settlement. In Phase One of the grants, counties were required to provide matching funds for any grant above $500,000. However, several counties did not apply for their full allocation, leaving $3,820,826 in unrequested funds.
Lake student is Wood County spelling champ PDF Print E-mail
Written by By BILL RYAN Sentinel Staff Writer   
Saturday, 08 February 2014 12:48
Joel Gollehon made the proper diagnosis of the trauma to win the 2014 Wood County Spelling Bee Saturday morning.
“Trauma” was the championship word, after correctly spelling “diagnosis” in the previous round of the bee for the eighth grader at Lake Middle School.
Joel was nearly eliminated previously when he misspelled “innate.” Runner-up Carolyn Schutte of Indian Hills Elementary gave him a second chance when she stumbled on the potential championship word, “temporal.”
According to the rules, when it is down to the final two competitors, to be crowned champion one must spell their word correctly in the round when the other speller is wrong. Then, to win, they must then spell one more word in the championship round.
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