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Jaclyn Kamalsky holds her son, Matthew William Kamalsky, 7 months old, before the start of Bowling Green State University’s 295th commencement ceremony on the lawn of the Bowen-Thompson Quadrangle, Saturday morning. The August graduating class included 997 degree candidates. Among the undergraduates, 70 were presented with associate degrees and 503 with bachelor’s degrees. Addressing the graduating class was Bowling Green Mayor Richard Edwards, a past administrator at BGSU and honorary alumnus of the former School of Journalism.

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Tuesday 08/20/2019
Future Falcon

Jaclyn Kamalsky holds her son, Matthew William Kamalsky, 7 months old, before the start of Bowling Green State University’s 295th commencement ceremony on the lawn of the Bowen-Thompson Quadrangle, Saturday morning. The August graduating class included 997 degree candidates. Among the undergraduates, 70 were presented with associate degrees and 503 with bachelor’s degrees. Addressing the graduating class was Bowling Green Mayor Richard Edwards, a past administrator at BGSU and honorary alumnus of the former School of Journalism.

Posted: August 20, 2019
Monday 08/19/2019
BG council tables bag ban vote

An expected vote on the city’s proposal to ban singe-use plastic bags turned anti-climactic Monday as council voted to table the issue in the face of a potential new law from the Ohio legislature.

Posted: August 19, 2019
Health dept. inspects restaurants

The following Wood County Health Department inspections were done July 31:

Posted: August 19, 2019
Sunday 08/18/2019
Sheriff’s office keeps tabs on 100 sex offenders in Wood County

There are more than 100 sex offenders living in Wood County, and it is Isaiah Loar’s job to track them all.

Posted: August 18, 2019
Friday 08/16/2019
Teaching nurdles to turtles

PERRYSBURG — Sixth grade science students at Hull Prairie Intermediate will be studying Lake Erie with information from turtles to nurdles, thanks to Amy Boros, their Environmental Protection Agency-recognized teacher.

Posted: August 16, 2019
County hires new assistant administrator

The new assistant Wood County administrator is coming up from just a couple floors below the commissioners’ office.

Posted: August 16, 2019
Full pull ahead

The sun sets as Jordan Spiegelberg, driving Detonator Red, makes his way down the north track Thursday evening during the first round of pulling at the National Tractor Pulling Championships at the Wood County Fairgrounds. The tractor pulls continue today and into Saturday with an F-16 flyover from the Toledo 180th Air National Guard Saturday at 6:10 p.m.

Posted: August 16, 2019
BG man relives Woodstock

It’s been said that if you can remember being at Woodstock, then you weren’t really there.

Posted: August 16, 2019
Thursday 08/15/2019
BGSU buys another East Wooster Street property

The last property in a two-block section of East Wooster Street, across from the site of what will be the Bowling Green State University College of Business, was purchased last week by the university.

Posted: August 15, 2019
Pullers make some kind of magic

The National Tractor Pulling Championships have been special to Wood County and Bowling Green for decades.

Posted: August 15, 2019
75 years of free fair

PEMBERVILLE — With the Pemberville Free Fair in full swing for its 75th anniversary, the word on the street is it’s the people you meet that make it great, but the food, rides and entertainment sure help.

Posted: August 15, 2019
Wednesday 08/14/2019
Zoning overhaul could be answer to BG's problems

Revising Bowling Green’s sometimes problematic zoning code took center stage Tuesday as council discussed possible priorities for the coming year.

Posted: August 14, 2019
Wood County is tops in the state for prevented planting

Wood County is the number one county in Ohio in prevented planting. But it’s not a title that local officials are crowing about.

Posted: August 14, 2019
BG financial future brighter than expected

The City of Bowling Green’s budgetary picture is looking brighter than in the recent past, though some challenges remain.

Posted: August 14, 2019
Tuesday 08/13/2019
State will fund $7 million corrections center expansion

Female offenders who need incarceration — but also treatment and job skills — will soon have a place to serve their sentence in Wood County.

Posted: August 13, 2019

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