Trooper Jeffery J. Huffman of the Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Bowling Green Post was honored with the Ace Award at a ceremony earlier this month at the Bowling Green post.
The Saint John XXIII Knights of Columbus, Council 14502 of Perrysburg presented a donation check of $7,500 to the Cocoon of Bowling Green.
An Otsego High School junior went to bat for a ball field project and earned his Eagle Scout Award.
PEMBERVILLE – The Black Swamp Conservancy is inviting families to walk the newly-installed story trail at Pat and Clint Mauk’s Prairie.
During the early fall, our outdoor wildlife are starting to think about getting ready for winter. To survive our winters, wildlife need habitat and food. Two of these wildlife visitors that cause considerable damage to our lawns are voles and moles. While these two unwelcomed visitors can ca…
Sue Harder could have a wall of ribbons in her house if she chose to display her successes at the Pemberville Free Fair.
Jeanettie Zamarripa, an independent consultant with Scentsy, shows off some of her products she was selling at the third annual Better BG Bash on Wooster Green in Bowling Green Sunday. There was also live music acts, children’s games, cornhole food and a raffle to benefit the Cocoon.
The fourth-grade students of Eastwood Elementary School attended ‘Food For America’ hosted by the Eastwood FFA chapter on May 19. Students were treated with a class-free day at two local farms in order to learn the significance of agriculture in their everyday lives.
Seven Wood County seniors have been named National Merit Scholarship semi-finalists.
Toth Elementary safety patrol gets $500
FREMONT — Terra State Community College has been awarded a Regionally Aligned Priorities in Delivering Skills grant from the Ohio Department of Education.
Otsego High School
MAUMEE – The power of energy assessments and their potential cost savings was presented by the JDI Group at the August Center for Innovative Food Technology Forum.
TOLEDO — In the middle of Lake Erie’s harmful algal bloom season, the University of Toledo Water Task Force will update local, state and federal officials on its water quality and human health research at a special meeting from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Thursday in Nitschke Hall Room 1027.
Three outstanding alumni received Bowling Green State University’s highest honor on Sept. 17, when they were inducted into the Academy of Distinguished Alumni as part of Homecoming 2021 festivities.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – State Rep. Haraz Ghanbari, R-Perrysburg, announces that entities can now apply for the 2022 Local Agricultural Easement Purchase Program. Those eligible to apply include counties, soil and water conservation districts, land trusts, cities and townships.
The pandemic and remote learning had an impact on student test scores at Bowling Green City Schools.
GRAND RAPIDS — Volunteers will gather Saturday at the Kryder Farm near McClure for the Big Stir event. They expect to prepare more than 2,000 jars of apple butter for the 44th Grand Rapids Applebutter Fest, set for Oct. 10.
Bowling Green City Schools is in dire need of paraprofessionals and substitute staff.
The following will take place next week through the Wood County Senior Center.
Bowling Green State University honored the trailblazing diversity and belonging work of Dr. Robert L. Perry ’59, ’65 on Thursday, with the naming of the Robert L. Perry Veranda at Shatzel Hall.
A protest against the mandated coronavirus vaccine requirement at Bowling Green State University drew a dozen people who were bundled up against the cold and rain on Thursday for the rescheduled event.
PERRYSBURG — Minutes after it began, the Monday school board meeting was suspended and moved because of a mask protest.
Bowling Green City Schools has entered into two Community Investment Area donation agreements, which will generate $1.53 million for the district over the next decade.
People interested in pursuing a graduate degree or professional program are invited to visit the Bowling Green State University Grad Fair 2021 from Monday-Oct. 1 in University Hall.
The “worst class ever” at Bowling Green High School is at it again.
PERRYSBURG — A group of conservative protesters met in front of the Commodore Building prior to the Perrysburg Board of Education meeting on Monday.
Register for the following Wood County Park District programs at www.wcparks.org or by calling 419-353-1897. If a fee isn’t mentioned, the program is free.
The Country Garden Club in Perrysburg recently held its kick-off dinner meeting at Otsego Park’s historic Thompson Stone Building. Members and their guests enjoyed cocktails and conversation, followed by a delicious dinner.
Bring your best blackout poetry verses to the Wood County District Public Library’s Blackout Poetry Reading on Oct. 5 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. via Zoom.
Have you ever wondered where fairies live? Explore the forest and build your own fairy house with the Wood County District Public Library and Bowling Green Parks and Recreation on Oct. 11 at 6:30 p.m.
Teens: create your own fashion designs with what you can find in your own recycling bin and strut your stuff on our red carpet. Take part in the Wood County District Public Library’s Trashion Show on Oct. 8 at 4 p.m.
Demystify 3D printing by learning how 3D printers work with a variety of examples printed from the Wood County District Public Library’s 3D printer and a demonstration during 3D Printing Demystified on Sept. 28 at 11 a.m. via Zoom.
National Alliance on Mental Illness Wood County has a variety of programming starting this fall. This programming is free and available to all Wood County residents.
Bowling Green will soon learn what district staff and community members want in their school buildings.
If its continuing tax request is approved in November, Bowling Green City Schools will have more money to spend on educational needs.
ROSSFORD – Columbia Gas is getting set to resume its Marilyn Drive pipeline replacement project, which will include some impact to traffic on Schreier Road.
Bowling Green State University will honor the legacy of diversity and belonging trailblazer Robert L. Perry ’59, ’65, inaugural director of the University’s ethnic studies program, at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, with the unveiling of the Robert L. Perry Veranda at Shatzel Hall.
Sometimes a name is close enough — and that’s the way it is for Pastor Gary “Satch” Saunders and the hamburgers that a host of basketball players and Sunday school kids associate with him.
Every so often, I receive calls from concerned property owners about what appears to be white paint found at the base of their trees.
Shelvin Burns had just enrolled in graduate school at Bowling Green State University when a good friend told him about a job opportunity that would fit perfectly with his studies.
FREMONT – Terra State Community College will host its fall career fair in three separate events, one for each academic division.
WHITEHOUSE — Nature’s Nursery Center for Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation knows that the hardest part about loving wildlife is understanding that you can’t take it home — unless it’s on canvas.
PERRYSBURG — The story of Eleazer Derby Wood, whose surname was memorialized when Wood County was founded in 1820, will be featured Thursday at Way Public Library.
A campus safety grant has been awarded to Bowling Green State University, as part of a 27 institution package passed by the General Assembly and co-sponsored by State Rep. Haraz Ghanbari, R-Perrysburg.
Volunteers will work Wednesday at 5 p.m., peeling apples, to prepare for this year’s Grand Rapids Applebutter Fest.
MILLBURY — As school district officials continue to muddle their way through coronavirus protocols, the Lake Board of Education members made it clear that they are not in favor of mask mandates.
The following will take place next week through the Wood County Senior Center.
Stretch, dip, and center yourself at the library. Family Yoga on Oct. 2 at 10 a.m. is perfect for beginners and the whole family.
WATERVILLE – The Waterville Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting the 48th Annual Roche de Boeuf Festival Sept. 25 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. downtown .
ROSSFORD – Rossford School District is offering a free substitute teacher in-service on Sept. 23 from 12:30-2:30 p.m. for those individuals interested in learning more about substitute teaching in the Rossford School District.