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Dave Moenter, of Dirty Feet Gardens, sells fresh vegetables Saturday morning at the Mid-Wood Farmers Market in Bowling Green. The market, which is new to the area and located in the parking lot of Mid-Wood Inc., 12818 E. Gypsy Lane Road, will be open every Saturday from 9 a.m-1 p.m. through …

Tony Kaufman, right, hands Charles LaVenia a set of maracas during a drum circle at Simpson Garden Park on Sunday evening. Anyone is invited to this informal and free-wheeling activity.

Bill and Sharon Ward of Pemberville celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on August 7, 2020. They have two children: Brian (Faith) Ward of Monterey Park, CA and Eric (Marna) Ward of Perrysburg. They have five grandchildren: Makarya and Amado (CA) and Chelsea, Jocelyn and Colsen (Perrysbu…

The children of Dr. Thomas and Evelyn (Hoversten) Kinstle of Bowling Green, Ohio, wish to announce the 50th wedding anniversary of their parents. Evie and Tom were married on August 8, 1970 in Omaha, Nebraska.

Scott and Karen Seeliger of Bowling Green celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on August 8th, 2020. They have two daughters: Keri (Tony) Buff and Kori (Kevin) Atwood. They also have five grandchildren, who they love to spoil: Kloe and Kolin Atwood, and Scotty, Max and Mia Buff. Scott an…

TIFFIN — DoHee Kim-Appel, associate professor of graduate counseling at Heidelberg University, has been appointed president-elect of the Ohio Counseling Association, the professional organization representing all licensed counselors and those in graduate training to become counselors.

Carr gets full-tuition scholarship to IT

DEFIANCE — The many uncertainties surrounding coronavirus have caused a growing number of high school graduates to have reservations about attending higher education institutions in the fall.

FREMONT — Parents can enroll their kids in Titan Kids Club, a new Terra State Community College program geared toward kids entering first through eighth grade.

Dawson Bushman, with Dowling Stir and Stock 4-H Club, concentrates before entering the show ring Wednesday evening during the junior fair at the Wood County Fairgrounds. 4-H members spent the day and evening showing cattle to a judge. The junior fair concludes this evening.

Carter Foos, with Country Roots 4-H Club, uses forced air to dry his beef feeders Wednesday morning at the Wood County Fair. The junior fair activities continue through Friday.

CINCINNATI (AP) — Shane Bieber overcame two solo home runs to pitch into the eighth inning, Franmil Reyes hit a tiebreaking, two-run homer and the Cleveland Indians snapped a four-game skid with a 4-2 win over the Cincinnati Reds on Tuesday night.

Kaitlyn Huber balances an egg on a spoon during the “egg and spoon race” at the horse arena during the Wood County Fair Monday afternoon. Equine events continue throughout the week at the fair.

2019 Wood County Junior Fair King Will Gase, left, puts a sash over newly crowned king, Sam Eiben, during the Wood County Junior Fair King and Queen Ceremony on Monday. Eiben comes from Bowling Green High School, by way of the Penta Career Center. He graduated from the Advanced Manufacturing…

“Edward & Sharon Fletcher of Weston will be celebrating their 70th Anniversary on August 9, 2020. They were married at The Church of Christ in Tontogany, Ohio on August 9, 1950.

Carolus Linnaeus a Swedish botanist is known as the father of taxonomy. Taxonomy is the system for classifying and naming organisms.

Rising seventh-grader Ella Hertzfeld, a Perrysburg resident, had — like students everywhere — an unexpected end to her school year.

The Wood County Senior Fair Board decided on several changes to the 2020 fair, which starts Monday, at a special board meeting on Wednesday. The meeting was called after Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine scaled back fair operations on Tuesday.

COLUMBUS — State Sen. Theresa Gavarone, R-Bowling Green, announced the state’s approval of over $87 million in additional funding for coronavirus-related expenses for Ohio’s K-12 schools, libraries, veterans homes and crisis support centers.

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REYNOLDSBURG – After increasing reports of Ohio citizens receiving packages of unsolicited seeds in the mail, the Ohio Department of Agriculture is again urging the public to report and submit any unsolicited seed packets to ODA.