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As March marks the beginning of Women’s History Month, many look for ways to pay homage to women in their lives. There is an endless list of things to do to achieve this goal, but simply shopping local will do. Read more

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BGSU Falcon flames Zach and Christina Tracy moved to Cleveland right after graduating, but later decided they wanted to raise their family in North West Ohio. In their move back to BG, they planted a new coffee and beer brew house called Juniper. Read more

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Throughout the summer of 2020, while cities burned down amid tensions between citizens and the police, the city of Bowling Green attempted to be proactive. In trying to bridge the gap in communication and comfort between the police and communities of color, the city council adopted a resolut…

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In a year where so much went wrong, the City of Bowling Green’s recycling efforts took a big step forward in 2020. Municipal Administrator Lori Tretter delivered the good news in-person at the monthly city council meeting on Jan. 19.

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Wood County Health Department has received additional COVID-19 vaccine doses and is partnering with Meijer to provide 450 additional appointments this week for people age 80 and older. Scheduling for these appointments will begin at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 20 and the vaccines will be administ…

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Throughout the community of Bowling Green, red signs reading “RE-OPEN BG SCHOOLS,” can be found in many yards, windows and even cars. This is a call to action by those who believe children should be in school amid the coronavirus pandemic.