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A disaster assistance soup benefit to help the people of Puerto Rico, featuring guest speaker Francisco Cabanillas, professor of Caribbean & U.S. Latino/a Culture and... [Read More]
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The Bowling Green Curling club will attempt to break the club record for longest curling game for an individual as part of its 50th anniversary... [Read More]
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More than just focusing on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, beginning this week Bowling Green State University is holding events with the theme Beyond "The... [Read More]
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The first day of witness testimony began Tuesday in the trial of a Bowling Green woman accused in a fatal 2016 car crash. [Read More]
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With a focused look to the future, Rodney Rogers became the new interim president of Bowling Green State University on Jan. 1. [Read More]
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Some courses are too important to wait for the regular semester to start at Bowling Green State University, so the hybrid Wilderness First Responder Certification... [Read More]
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Fire does not pay attention to political boundaries, costs or contracts among municipalities, but all of these issues are on the table with the recent... [Read More]
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What could have been a routine council meeting with the swearing-in of a new member instead became a discussion of the village's mutual aid fire... [Read More]
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The reservoir that stands above most of the village is once again generating concerns for public safety, possible leakage and looming costs to fix any... [Read More]
Victims of human trafficking are getting closer to beating the cycle and recovering normal lives from the criminal justice system, thanks to some legislation making... [Read More]
In an effort to present the university's best face possible, Campus Operations personnel work at thousands of different projects when Bowling Green State University students... [Read More]
Box after box, 10 in all, of Mickey Spillane materials were unloaded at the Bowling Green State University Browne Popular Culture Library on Wednesday. [Read More]
Several years ago, while looking at some satellite pictures of Northwest Ohio, Anita Simic noticed that not all plots of land with the same crops... [Read More]
Starting as a substitute and working up to the top transportation position at Otsego Local Schools, Eva Vasher is driving the bus to excellence and... [Read More]
Proposed legislation that grew out of constituents' concerns was a common theme during Thursday's Legislative Update with Sen. Randy Gardner and Rep. Theresa Gavarone, both... [Read More]
Amanda and Justin Held, the self-described "Goat Couple," conformed to village zoning ordinances on Friday and moved their emotional support goats to a local farm,... [Read More]
A snowy owl migration is bringing the birds south from near the Arctic Circle to Northwest Ohio. [Read More]
Boy Scout Troop 337 celebrated its 100th anniversary at its year-end Court of Honor on Sunday at the Knights of Pythias Lodge in the village. [Read More]
Ohio has the dubious distinction of leading the nation in opiate drug deaths and in an effort to combat those deaths, Project DAWN provided free... [Read More]
Maintenance issues, especially those related to CSX-owned railroad tracks and property, dominated discussions at the village council meeting on Monday. [Read More]
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