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.
The president at Owens Community College is leaving to take a similar post in Michigan.
A new service being offered by WBGU-PBS allows parents and caregivers to receive important local information and expert-approved national resources via text. Bright by Text is a free service that provides early childhood education, developmental tools and local information about community se…
Bowling Green City Schools will send out a survey to parents for input on how they want instruction to look this fall.
Those wanting to transfer out of the Bowling Green school district should expect to pay higher taxes if their petitions pass at the polls.
With no clear guidance from the state, Bowling Green schools cannot estimate the cost of running the district next year.
NEW YORK (AP) — Holy Communion will have a different look when in-person worship services resume at the end of May in the Catholic Diocese of Knoxville, Tennessee: The wafers signifying the body of Christ will be placed in the hands of parishioners by priests and deacons wearing face masks a…
Calla Higgins is a three-time chili cook-off winner with her Buffalo Chicken Mac & Cheese, which she created as a bit of a protest.
The loss of income from the coronavirus-related economic downturn will have a negative impact on Bowling Green City Schools.
The COVID-19 crisis has yet to seriously threaten the food supply, but the sight of empty grocery store shelves and less than ideal produce, has led Americans to produce their own vegetables.
TONTOGANY – Kaye Spicer’s start in education happened at Otsego Local Schools, and the end of it also is going to be with the district.
Job losses for 119 employees at Bowling Green State University were announced after the regular board of trustees meeting on Friday.
Bowling Green State University will host a live, virtual celebration for spring degree candidates on Saturday.
A series of bills set to be considered by the Ohio House go after the EdChoice voucher program, look to end academic distress commissions, and enact language meant to hold community schools accountable.
Starting Monday, patrons of the Wood County District Public Library can pick up materials they have requested at both library locations.
The Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education has been named a defendant in a lawsuit over the transfer of territories to other districts.
PERRYSBURG — Watch for a digital banner media truck driving around the city this Saturday — it’s a part of a parade of decorated cars, driven by Perrysburg High School seniors celebrating their 2020 graduation.
JERRY CITY – Promposals were presented to the Elmwood Local Schools Board of Education on Monday. But board members were reluctant to accept.
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JERRY CITY – Plans for graduation for Elmwood High School seniors have been finalized.
MILLBURY — Due to the retirement of the treasurer, the Lake Local Schools Board of Education will be conducting a series of special meetings in conjunction with OASBO/K-12 Consulting, which is conducting the treasurer search.
Those who know Linda Kettinger may be shocked by what she’s selecting for a cook’s corner feature.
The Community Learning Centers of the Wood County Educational Service Center has developed a summer/school year social emotional learning program called Foundations.
PERRYSBURG — The exterior book drops at Way Public Library, 101 E. Indiana Ave., are now open. Library materials may be returned at any time, however, nothing will be due until after the library re-opens.
WBGU-PBS is offering local high schools free airtime to recognize their senior class as schools in Ohio and across the country are working to celebrate the class of 2020 in a time of coronavirus and social distancing.