10 hrs ago
Legion sponsors Buckeye Boys State participants
The American Legion Post 637 will sponsor five participants for Buckeye Boys State, set for June at Bowling Green State University.
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14 hrs ago
Do animals have a sense of humor?
Right now, in a high-security research lab at Northwestern University's Falk Center for Molecular Therapeutics, scientists are tickling rats.
15 hrs ago
Higher ed procurement co-ops branch out
When it became clear that the scientific equipment in hundreds of labs across the University of Pittsburgh campus was not being maintained effectively, professionals in the university procurement department began looking for a new provider to do the job.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
WTAQ-AM Green Bay
Ohio man must pay $489,000 for fake distress repor...
An Ohio man whose hoax distress call triggered a massive U.S. Coast Guard search and rescue mission on Lake Erie must pay $489,000 in restitution, a U.S. appeals court said Tuesday.
She was recently inducted into the BGSU Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Lamda Delta and National Society of Collegiate Scholars honor societies.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
$750,000 grant from the Ohio Board of Regents promises internships, innovation
After a competitive application process, the Ohio Board of Regents has awarded Miami University a $748,566 grant for in-state internships.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Electricity co-op gives B.G. a jolt
A diesel locomotive moves through the Prairie State Energy Campus facility in Belleville, Ill., with a domed storage unit in background.
Falcons Notch Personal Bests On Split Squad Saturday
The Bowling Green State University track and field team notched nine personal bests and added two more Mid-American Conference automatic qualifying marks Saturday at a pair of meets.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Meet American Legion Post 801's pick for Buckeye Boys State
One of the American Legion's outstanding programs in Ohio is recognized as the Buckeye Boys State.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Sandusky State Theatre launches artistic programming
This summer the Sandusky State Theatre is launching a new Repertory Theatre company that will bring quality artistic programming to the stage.
Religious music brings benefit to seniors' mental health
A new article published online in The Gerontologist reports that among older Christians, listening to religious music is associated with a decrease in anxiety about death and increases in life satisfaction, self-esteem, and sense of control over their lives.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Club awards FHS seniors for artistic endeavors
The Three Arts Club highlighted and awarded the creative arts accomplishments of three Findlay High School seniors at its April 9 meeting at Fox Run Manor.
The Daily Gazette
Research finds the facts about Haymarket Riot aftermath
On the evening news, we'd watch tanks, missiles and soldiers march by the reviewing stands in Moscow, Beijing and Havana where stone-faced Communist leaders would look on as their minions toiled.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
St. Marys to interview final candidates ST. MARYS a " Three finalists...
Three finalists for the St. Marys city manager's job will meet in person with elected officials Thursday for private and public interviews.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Falcons Drop Second Game Of Series To Central Michigan
Bowling Green State University was able to get 23 players into Saturday's game against Central Michigan, dropping the middle game of the series to the Chippewas 16-2.
The Illinois roots of the socialist May Day celebration
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Sat Apr 12, 2014
William F. Schmeltz; 1924-2014: Accountant was business dean at BGSU
William F. Schmeltz, a certified public accountant and a former Bowling Green State University business dean who continued to inspire his students, died Friday at home.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Religion scholars go into, behind, and beyond Scripture
Religion scholars are an eclectic group. They seem to really love their subject - not just the academic aspect, but its sacredness, too.
France's Ban On Work EMails After 6PM Is Good For Workers' Mind, Body, And Manners
A new law in France, which allows employees to ignore work emails after 6 p.m., may also help improve their mind, health, and manners.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Hartman warms hearts
When well-known CBS correspondent Steve Hartman began his journalism career in Toledo, he knew there was something that set him apart - he wasn't angling for the breaking story at the beginning of a newscast, but for the feel-good endcap segment.