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tel. 419-352-46111616 E Wooster #15, Bowling Green, OH 43402
Born of the merger of Bowling Green’s two daily newspapers, The Sentinel and the Tribune on Dec. 10, 1906, the Sentinel-Tribune has been owned by the Haswell family for more than 100 years. The Sentinel was founded as a weekly newspaper on Feb. 22, 1867 and became a daily newspaper in 1890. The Tribune was founded as a daily and a weekly in 1892. The merger was the result of a strike called in April 1906 by printers at the two newspapers and the economic hardships of competing for business in a small town. Sentinel Tribune was sold to AIM Media Midwest on April 1st, 2018 and is now part of a group that owns approximately 50 dailies and weekly newspapers nationwide. We are a multi-media partner with our Wood County community - Committed to giving our neighbors the information they need and helping businesses grow by delivering local coverage accessible to our customers anywhere, anytime.
tel. 419-354-909012560 Middleton Pike, Bowling Green, OH 43402
Emergency Contact Information The District's adminstrative office and customer service department are available Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. If you are experiencing an emergency and need to reach us after hours, please call 419.354.9001, and choose option 4 at the prompt. Mission Our goal is to be the premier water and wastewater provider in Northwestern Ohio. We are committed to sound financial management, responsible environmental stewardship, responsive public service, superior customer service, and responsible economic growth. We strive to field a skilled, respectful, and cooperative workforce dedicated to the highest professional and ethical standards; we support them with appropriate training and technology. Overview The Northwestern Water & Sewer District (NWWSD, also referred to as "the District") is a regional water and sewer district chartered under section 6119 of the Ohio Revised Code. Organized in 1994 to take over the water and sewer operations of the Wood County Sanitary Engineer, the District is specifically intended to meet the following goals within our service area: To establish a uniform water distribution and wastewater collection system To create uniform and equitable rates To provide uniform services To institute consistent regulatory authority for water and wastewater services By combining systems to share operation and maintenance costs, the District is able to provide professional management and experienced service personnel throughout our service area. Our membership currently includes 19 townships in Wood County, part of Scott Township in Sandusky County, and 12 municipalities. We also operate water or sewer systems in several additional non-member municipalities on a contract basis. Click here for a map showing our service area and membership. History NWWSD was formed in 1994, and was initiated by multiple townships and county entities. Please read our news article, A Brief History of the District, to learn more about the development of water and sewer services throughout Wood County and how the District came to be. We also have a brief YouTube video from one of our long-time trustees talking about the economic development concerns that helped to spur the creation of the District.
Thayer Family Dealerships is family owned and operated, serving the area since 1935. We are excited about the new opportunity!We have a strong and committed sales staff with many years of experience satisfying our customers' needs in the Wood County area.Feel free to browse our inventory online, request more information about our new or used vehicles, set up a request a quote or inquire about our auto financing options!Please review our extensive inventory of cars, trucks, and SUVs! We work hard to get you into the vehicle you have always wanted.Thayer Family Dealerships's service departments strive for 100% customer satisfaction. From general maintenance, such as oil changes, to major repairs, let Thayer Family Dealerships service your vehicle.At Thayer Family Dealerships, we strive to make buying or leasing a new vehicle a pleasant and rewarding experience.Our primary goal is to satisfy our customers. Our online dealership was created to enhance the buying experience for each and every one of our internet customers. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
A Bowling Green man was arrested after police were called to the hospital for suspected child abuse, according to a Bowling Green Police Division report.
As the Amazon Fulfillment Center continues to climb and the first panels roll off the line at the new First Solar plant, prospective businesses for Wood County are taking a pause.
Often businesses are created to fill a need in a community. Such is the case with the TNT Cheer and Tumbling facility which opened in August in Bowling Green.
A man who kicked in a front door of a Bowling Green residence has been arrested for burglary, criminal damaging and underage/under the influence, according to a Bowling Green Police Division report.
PEMBERVILLE — On Eastwood’s first play from scrimmage Saturday night, the ball was fumbled.
For the fourth time in the last 20 years, Bill Wammes, proprietor of Al-Mar Lanes, has been recognized by the Professional Bowlers Association with its Pat Patterson Award.
The Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education will hold a special meeting on Tuesday at 5 p.m. at the Administrative Offices, 137 Clough St.
JERRY CITY – Elmwood Local Schools is projecting to operate in the black until 2024, thanks in part to pipeline revenue.
The Slater Family Ice Arena was empty more often than usual last winter.
A Bowling Green State University student reluctantly accepted a plea deal Tuesday for her involvement in an abduction at a Bowling Green State University residence hall.
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Enjoy a free meal at Martha’s Kitchen, 1526 E. Wooster St., every Friday, including this week.
Bring up to 5 bags or boxes of personal paper items to be shredded on site. Donation of a unwrapped toy or gift card/cash for children involved with Wood County Children's Services. Location Wood County JFS.
Ugly Sweater Fabrication
Weekly lunch meeting of the Bowling Green Exchange Club. Visitors welcome to stop in to learn more about our organization and our local charity work in our community.
NAMI Parent and Caregiver Support Group is a peer-led support group for parents and caregivers of children and adolescents living with mental illnesses.
NAMI Connection is a recovery support group program for adults living with mental illness. Your group will provide respect, understanding, encouragement and hope. This relaxed approach can support you as you share the challenges and success of coping with mental illness.
The Children’s Place of the Wood County District Public Library is adding a new weekly program.
Nov 21st Rodney Wright will be entertaining – He sings and plays the guitar
Ben Otley, chair of "One Community, One School" campaign acknowledges that BG school tax will fail.
Wood County Commissioner Ted Bowlus talks to new Habitat for Humanity of Wood County homeowners Florence Hayes (left) and Heather McLennan during a Home Builders Blitz Build Dedication Ceremony Wednesday evening along Main Street in Weston. The two homes are part of the Habitat for Humanity Home Builders Blitz program, where multiple homes are built simultaneously nationwide. The shared purpose is to build safe and affordable housing for families in need of a decent place to call home. Locally, Habitat for Humanity of Wood County partnered with Ridge Stone Builders and Lakeside Interiors to build the two new homes.