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Simpson park tall grass: A disgrace or environmental friend?

Concerns over tall grass at Simpson Garden Park prompted a sometimes contentious discussion during Tuesday’s Bowling Green Park Board meeting.

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Tuesday 06/25/2019
Simpson park tall grass: A disgrace or environmental friend?

Concerns over tall grass at Simpson Garden Park prompted a sometimes contentious discussion during Tuesday’s Bowling Green Park Board meeting.

Posted: June 25, 2019
Commissioners contribute $40,000 to cover crop program

The Wood County Commissioners have committed $40,000 for a prevent planting cover crop program — an answer to this year’s historic rainfall that has hit the farming community hard.

Posted: June 25, 2019
Road reduction for Ohio 25 south of BG is needed - ODOT director

A proposed “road diet” for Ohio 25, south of Portage, is still proceeding, according to the district deputy director of Ohio Department of Transportation District 2.

Posted: June 25, 2019
Monday 06/24/2019
Updated: Project Freddie — aka Amazon — ready to go in Rossford

ROSSFORD — City council has given the thumbs up to Project Freddie, which is the code name for what will become the Amazon Fulfillment Center to be constructed in the Crossroads area in Harmon Business Park.

Posted: June 24, 2019
BG Council proceeds with bag ban legislation

A divided Bowling Green Council on Monday decided to proceed with legislation to ban single-use plastic bags in the city, with the expectation that the matter will appear on the legislative agenda next month.

Posted: June 24, 2019
Library should remain open when air conditioning is replaced

The Wood County District Public Library is updating its air conditioning system, with no shutdown of the library expected.

Posted: June 24, 2019
Concentrating on CAFOs: County advocates call for action by state agencies

In their home offices, filled with years of research, letters and memos, a Wood County couple and a Wayne man are trying to get action and oversight on concentrated animal feeding operations.

Posted: June 24, 2019
Saturday 06/22/2019
Field day — minus the fields

HOYTVILLE — History was made Thursday when the annual Field Day held at the Northwest Agricultural Research Center on Range Line Road was conducted without anyone visiting a field.

Posted: June 22, 2019
Reluctant piano man takes final bow

You may recognize him on the basketball court, the baseball diamond or the football field.

Posted: June 22, 2019
Friday 06/21/2019
More sparks fly in Lake Twp. nursery feud

MILLBURY — More fuel to the fire that is consuming a Lake Township nursery and neighboring residents was added this week.

Posted: June 21, 2019
Rossford voters will decide four tax issues in November

ROSSFORD — George Orwell wrote the novel “1984” featuring its fictitious Utopian society. In 1984, the Rossford Fire Department placed two levies on the November ballot to fund the department, and all was well — not necessarily Utopia, but well.

Posted: June 21, 2019
Thursday 06/20/2019
Father Mark’s ‘magical’ run at St. Al’s comes to an end

Father Mark Davis is leaving St. Aloysius Catholic Church after 12 years of service to the Bowling Green parish.

Posted: June 20, 2019
Farm Bill broken down: Brown’s adviser highlights clean water, technology

Clean water efforts and several technology based issues led the changes in the 2018 Farm Bill as presented by Jonathan McCracken, senior policy adviser to U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, at the Northwest Ohio Ag-Business Breakfast Forum Thursday.

Posted: June 20, 2019
Long says so long to BGSU and its many adventures

Thad Long’s winding road at Bowling Green State University is ending with a river and a repurposement party — but the adventure will continue.

Posted: June 20, 2019
Perrysburg school officials say enrollment shows levy need

PERRYSBURG — The vote for a new operations levy for Perrysburg schools is one step closer to being on the November ballot.

Posted: June 20, 2019

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