Spaghetti dinner benefits 2 Otsego organizations
TONTOGANY — On Dec. 16, the Otsego High School Commons will be open to the public for a spaghetti dinner and silent auction to benefit Knights Have Your Back and Knights in Shining Armor.
Eastwood will outspend revenues starting this year
PEMBERVILLE – Eastwood Local Schools may need new funds in less than five years.
Colorful career comes to a close: Marso has taught art in BG schools for...
Cindy Marso will hang up her art smock and put away her watercolors at Bowling Green Middle School at the end of this year.
Culp joins Eastwood school board
PEMBERVILLE – Eastwood Local Schools has sworn in the second new board of education member in six months.
$406,919 in workforce training funds go to BGSU, Owens
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The State Controlling Board approved a total of $406,919 for workforce training projects for Bowling Green State University and Owens Community College on Monday.
‘Annie, Jr.’ on stage
Perrysburg Junior High will present “Annie, Jr.” in the auditorium, 550 E. South Boundary St., on Thursday and Friday at 7 p.m. and Saturday at 2 p.m. Tickets are $12 and may be purchased at ShowTix4U.com or at the door beginning 30 minutes before each performance. (supplied photo)
Thousands owed to Elmwood’s cafeteria
BLOOMDALE – The cafeteria debt at Elmwood Local Schools has increased by $1,000 a week for the past several weeks.
BG elementaries name Bobcat Proud honorees
All three Bowling Green City Schools elementaries have released the names of students who have been awarded Bobcat Proud status for the month of October.
Terra State enrollment is on the rise
FREMONT — Terra State Community College’s enrollment and FTE (full time equivalent) numbers are on the rise. The college is trending at a 6.8% headcount and 1.8% FTE compared to 2021 reports.
BGSU geochemist studying Lake Erie sediment as commercial fertilizer alternative to combat harmful algal...
Research into harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie previously has determined the chief culprit is too many nutrients in the watershed due to agricultural runoff, yet the process of preventing HABs is riddled with complexities.