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The following students recently were initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines.

PERRYSBURG — Following the recent detention of three students for a threat at Perrysburg Schools, the district threat assessment methodology was presented to the school board at the regular working group meeting on Tuesday.

Family and friends look on while Bowling Green State University holds the 300th commencement ceremony on Saturday at Doyt Perry Stadium. In the 2020 and Spring 2021 graduating classes, there were 7,077 candidates; 398 were presented associate degrees, 5,005 presented bachelor degrees, 1,409 …

FREMONT — Terra State Community College’s response to combating coronavirus cases on campus has benefited students enrolled in the college’s healthcare programs by expanding curriculum and providing numerous volunteer experiences on campus that strengthened their skills as future professionals.

PERRYSBURG — The school board has approved a new three-year contract with the teachers union that will increase pay and benefits, including the usage and accumulation of sick days.

Six senior members of the Penta Satellite Marketing Program at Bowling Green High School have earned spots to compete at the DECA International Career Development Conference that kicked off its core week in a virtual format on April 19 at www.decaicdc.org.

Earth Day and restoring the earth is the theme of Bowling Green State University’s 37th annual Women in STEM program. This year’s event, in partnership with Washington Local Schools, will be held virtually on Thursday.

FREMONT — The Terra State Community College Marketing Department was recognized for outstanding marketing efforts at the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations national conference held March 16-18. The college received a silver Paragon Award for the category of Television/Video …

DEFIANCE – Defiance College will receive $749,840 over the next five years in a grant awarded from the Ohio Department of Higher Education. This grant is part of the Choose Ohio First initiative and one of the largest institutional grants in COF history.

The Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education will hold a special workshop meeting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday in the auditorium of the Performing Arts Center, 540 W. Poe Road.