Dawn Hubbell-Staeble’s avocation and career is as a creator of independent thinkers. She happens to do it through English classes.
Those of us who have Viburnums planted in our landscapes, may have noticed leaves with holes and twigs dying back.
NORTH BALTIMORE – North Baltimore School student Maddy Gerdeman is credited with stepping up to save the student council.
TONTOGANY – Brynne Limes is taking her love for volleyball with her to college this fall.
A scary medical situation during her senior year has only made a Bowling Green High School graduate double down on her career choice.
TONTOGANY – Most parents want to see Otsego Local Schools reopen this fall and have their children return to school.
PERRYSBURG — Coaches and other supplemental employees will be paid — at least partially — if another pandemic is declared during the upcoming school year in Ohio.
PERRYSBURG — Owens Community College gave a tearful goodbye and a standing ovation to its president, who is leaving in July.
The former Rossford schools athletic director is claiming defamation after he was let go when complaints of harassment were filed against him by the high school cheerleading squad.
WALBRIDGE — Caryl Stone’s sassy salsa combines two of her favorite things: sweet and heat.
COLUMBUS — State Reps. Lisa Sobecki, D-Toledo, and Jeff Crossman, D-Parma, on Monday introduced House Bill 686 to waive end-of-year state testing for the 2020-21 school year.
LaVerne Patten will celebrate her 100th birthday on June 6. She is the mother of Samuel, Pamela (Darl) Deeds, Valerie (Les) Whipple and Stanley (Rosemary) Patten, 7 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. Her family and Briar Hill Health Campus will have a drive thru parade in her honor. Y…
Bowling Green City Schools have started registration for kindergarten for the 2020-21 school year.
BGHS Senior Art Studio can be seen via video
Central Catholic High School
PERRYSBURG — When it comes to having a close sisterhood, Carlin and Annika Pendell set the bar pretty high. Although they are three years apart, they share so many of the same interests and activities, making them nearly inseparable and each other’s closest friend.
Seniors from Bowling Green High School wave while passing a large group of onlookers near the Wooster Green along Wooster Street Sunday afternoon. Students paraded down Haskins Road, Wooster Street and Main Street, then back to the high school before receiving their high school diplomas.
The Wood County District Public Library would also be affected by a successful petition effort to leave Bowling Green City Schools.
PEMBERVILLE – Eastwood Local Schools teachers and administrators have agreed to take a pay freeze to cut costs in answer to future funding uncertainties.
Poppies, Poppies, Poppies was a phrase I remembered from the classic “Wizard of Oz” 1939 American musical fantasy film produced by Metro Goldwyn Mayer.
MILLBURY — The Lake Local Schools Board of Education meeting to officially hire a new treasurer has been pushed back to Thursday at 6 p.m. in the middle school media center. It had originally been scheduled for Tuesday.
Parishioners will be invited into houses of worship around Wood County this weekend for the first time in two months.
PERRYSBURG — Kurtis Fuller has been waking up early every morning and making his way to the Maumee River, helping to build a new bridge.
As a Wood County Senior Fair Board member, Conni Grames is asked about 10 times a day: Is there going to be a fair this summer?
PEMBERVILLE — Normally the Pemberville Children’s Theatre Workshop would have auditions in May for their summer play — a longstanding tradition for the past 13 years — and several hundred kids have taken the stage in the opera house.
To paraphrase, if the students can not come to the courthouse, the courthouse must go to the students.
Gene and Jane (Bringman) Ruch of Bowling Green, Ohio will be celebrating their 70th wedding anniversary. They were united in marriage on May 20th, 1950 at Salem Lutheran Church, Pemberville, Ohio. They have two children, Cindi (Tim) Ernsthausen and Jeff ( Laurie) Ruch all of Pemberville, Ohio.
We are so excited to wish a happy 100th birthday to Virginia Johnson! Virginia had this milestone birthday on May 22, 2020. Her entire family would like to wish her the happiest of birthdays and warm wishes for a wonderful year. 100 years and going strong!
James and Linda Herman of Perrysburg are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on May 23, 2020.
Discussions about reopening Ohio’s schools amid the COVID-19 pandemic seem to raise more questions than answers. Even as Buckeye State businesses begin to reopen, the plan for schools remains fluid.
PERRYSBURG – Penta Career Center will hold two drive-thru senior recognition events to honor its 480 graduates.
Good decision making is critical in the business world. The College of Business prepares students for career readiness through the Foundation Business Simulation, also known as Capsim.
The Bowling Green FFA has had a busy, but early, end to the 2019-20 school year.
Due to public safety concerns regarding large gatherings in public spaces, Bowling Green Parks and Recreation is canceling all remaining scheduled volunteer sessions for Simpson Garden Park.
FREMONT — Due to coronavirus, KidsCollege, an annual week-long summer kids program at Terra State Community College, is canceled.
Although schools were working remotely, Bowling Green High School’s annual Senior Studio Art Show is still on.
PERRYSBURG — After abandoning the creation of a survey related to the possibility of full fall 2020 face-to-face classes, school district leaders have instead decided to prepare for it based on basic safety assumptions.
OK, who wants to read something unrelated to a virus, a presidential election, a natural disaster, or the internal use of cleaning products to bleach the beejeebers out of us? Raise your hand. Wow, I can’t see through the forest of forearms.
All Wood County Committee on Aging senior center locations — Perrysburg, Rossford, Walbridge, Grand Rapids, Pemberville, Wayne, North Baltimore and the Wood County Senior Center in Bowling Green — will remain closed to the general public through June 30.
The Wood County Educational Service Center will write off nearly $15,000 this year in uncollected fees for its Community Learning Centers.
PEMBERVILLE – Eastwood Local Schools could see more than $2 million cut in revenue in the next four years.
An old recipe can be made new again with the addition of just a couple ingredients.
MILLBURY — It’s all hands on deck as Lake Local Schools deals with the economic toll of coronavirus.
Maple trees this year just do not look right. Why? What is going on?
“Imagine Your Story” Youth Summer Reading Program at Wood County District Public Library
JERRY CITY — While revenues at Elmwood Local Schools take a $2 million dive in the next four years, expenses do not increase at the same rate.
The Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce Business Council Project Team is looking for a piece of artwork to honor the recipient of the 2020 I Love BG Award.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Senate on Wednesday unanimously passed legislation, sponsored by State Sen. Theresa Gavarone, R-Bowling Green, to enter Ohio into the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact, a multi-state cooperative agreement that seeks to address increased demand for psychological services.
The 3 inches of rain that fell in the area since Monday caused some flooding concerns Wednesday in the Pemberville area.
The Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education has filled three positions, with one member opposed due to funding uncertainties.
MILLBURY — Lake High School graduates will walk across the auditorium stage with their diplomas on Saturday.