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Bob & Debbie Feehan of Bowling Green are celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary on Friday, June 24th. They were married in Clarksburg, West Virginia in 1972. The couple has two children, Heather Feehan of Columbus and Shannon Badowski of Honolulu. They also have a son in law Lt Col R…

The weather this summer has been warm to say the least. I know we here at the library have been experiencing it through outdoor family playtimes and other outdoor programming. I love these summer days for a lot of reasons, but sometimes the heat of the season can get a little stifling.

FOSTORIA — Dusty Sonnenberg of Hamler, Kevin Flanagan of Van Buren and Scott Chalfin of Risingsun have been elected to serve on the board of AgCredit, one of northern Ohio’s largest lenders to farmers, agribusinesses and rural homeowners.

TOLEDO — Mercy College of Ohio has been awarded a $557,234 Primary Care Training and Enhancement – Physician Assistant Rural Training grant to increase clinical rotations for physician assistant students in primary care located in rural areas.

A Bowling Green High School teacher’s contract has been officially terminated after a series of hearings on accusations of insubordination and violation of the district’s code of conduct.

Robert Rowland is shown watering vegetable plants last week during a STEAM camp at Otsego Elementary. During the week-long camp, which ended Friday, students studied robotics, bubbles, coding, alternative gardening and math. This is the third STEAM camp at the school. Kids love experimenting…

Join the Wood County District Public Library, Bowling Green Parks & Recreation and geologist Ina Maria Terry for a discussion on the geological foundation of Northwest Ohio.

PERRYSBURG — The shifting in administrative positions continues at Perrysburg Junior High School, with Brandon Decker becoming the new assistant principal.

From the time I was a wee lad I have had this really ugly wooden stool. It was originally a chair, which became a stool when I jumped off of it during my “Superman” period. (Turns out I couldn’t leap small buildings in a single bound.)

Explore color with a watercolor workshop for families at the library. Join the Wood County District Public Library for a Watercolor Workshop with local artist, author, and illustrator Lindsay Moore on June 29 at 1 p.m. in Meeting Room A&B at the library, 251 N Main St.

PERRYSBURG — The 57th senior class at Penta Career Center was honored May 17-19 during Senior Recognition ceremonies on the Penta campus. This year, 801 seniors from Penta’s career-technical programs, as well as its satellite Marketing Education and Career Based Intervention programs, receiv…

TOLEDO — Toledo School for the Arts has announced that the Arts Schools Network Board of Directors has designated Toledo School for the Arts an Exemplary School in recognition of its commitment to excellence. The five-year designation is awarded for 2022-27.

COLUMBUS, Ohio – State Rep. Haraz Ghanbari, R-Perrysburg, delivered the keynote address during the American Legion Department of Ohio’s Buckeye Boys State ceremony Wednesday on the campus of Miami University in Oxford.

PERRYSBURG — Come to the Way Public Library on Thursday at 7 p.m. for a historical and cultural re-examination of piracy and its implications for understanding Great Lakes’ history presented by Ellen Kennedy from the National Great Lakes Museum.

The following events will take place next week through the Wood County Committee on Aging/Wood County Senior Center.

An American Red Cross Blood Drive is set for July 9 from 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. at Maumee Valley Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 20189 N. Dixie Hwy.

The clients at Heritage Corner ended Senior Citizen Month in May by celebrating what they are older than. Pictured are several clients who were happy to boast what they were older than. Two resident centenarians, Margaret Neifer, at 104, celebrated being “older than sliced bread,” and May La…

The Wood County Prevention Coalition’s DEA Red Ribbon Patch Program provides Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts the opportunity to earn a patch from the Drug Enforcement Administration by engaging in anti-drug activities in celebration of Red Ribbon Week.

National Alliance on Mental Illness Wood County is a self-help organization offering free events, educational classes, support groups and other programs that address mental health for the Wood County community.