NEW LADIES LEAGUE STARTING AT BIRCH RUN GOLF COURSE TONIGHT (May 14th)

League Kick off is TONIGHT…May 14th….

 
 
A new Ladies League at Birch Run Golf Course in North Baltimore is kicking off tonight and continuing each Tuesday through approx mid-September. Come out anytime between 3:00 to 6:00 to play!
 
This league is open to ladies of all ages. Very informal league with the goal of having fun each week. There will be a putting game ($1.00) and optional skins game ($1.00) each week. A sign up sheet and rules will be in the clubhouse. 
 
Any questions please call the Birch Run clubhouse at 419-257-3641. 

NB Custom Cuts for GRILLING!!!

We’ve got the MEAT!!!

“Tasty Tater Chips” are back!

Stop out to Custom Cuts today – 10% OFF for Senior Citizens…

From the Farm to the Freezers –
We’ll Cut whatever you want
FREE!!!

We’ve Got EM

JR’s Taters
Tasty Potato Chips

-The old “TASTY TATERS”

Steak Bundles 
8 oz. Flat Iron Steaks
Baker’s Dozen (13)
$49.00
NY Strip Steak Bundle
YOUR CHOICE:

Baker’s Dozen (13)
8 oz. New York Strip
or
(7) 15 oz. steaks
$69.00

Grill Bundle 
6 EACH:
8 oz. NY Strip Steaks
Brats – Pork Chops – 
Chicken Leg Qtrs. – 
3 to 1 Ground Beef Patties
$59.00
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OUR FRESH Ground Beef (DAILEY) 
85% lean
$4.79#

1/3# BACON Burgers
85% lean & REAL Bacon!
$5.35#

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NEW
Gourmet Burgers
Perfectly Seasoned
1/3#patties
$5.35#

FRESH CUT STEAKS – The way YOU like them!

RIBEYES
$12.99#

N. Y. Strip
$11.99#

T- Bone
$10.99#

Top Sirloin
$8.99#

>>> NEW <<<
Bone-In Ribeyes
12.99#

ALL NATURAL
Boneless Chicken Breasts – $2.89#
Leg Quarters – 99¢ lb.

Boneless Pork Chops – $3.99#
Pork Spare Ribs – $2.99#
Beef Spare Ribs – $3.29#

1# packs of WHOLE HOG Sausage
MILD – SOUTHERN – PLAIN – Salt & Pepper
$3.29
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We Accept:
Cash – Credit – Debit – EBT.

Junior High Track Results

From BVC Invitational……

Junior High Track Results – BVC Invitational – 5/9/2019, submitted by Suzanne Bucher

 Girls

Shot – 10th of 23 M Ducat 27’2.5”

Discus – 11th of 23 M Ducat 55’11”

LJ – 6th of 23 A Loera 13’2.75”

PV – 6th of 10 A Loera 6’0”, 7th H Carico 5’6”

200 – 17th of 25 H Carico 34.53

800 – 8th of 20 A Delancy 2:59

1600 – 6th of 14 A Delancy 6:29

4×100 – 7th of 11 H Carico, A Delancy, M Ducat, A Loera

 

Girls – Team Rankings 1.      Liberty-Benton 1222.      Riverdale 763.      Leipsic 734.      Hopewell-Loudon 565.      Van Buren 496.      Cory-Rawson 48.57.      New Riegel 408.      Arlington 339.      McComb 3210.  Pandora-Gilboa 1911.  Arcadia 1712.  N Baltimore 13.513.  Vanlue 5 

Boys

LJ – 3rd of 25 G DeWitt 16’7”, 20th T Baca-Beichner 11’5.5”

PV – 6th of 9 O Johnson 7’6”

Shot – 18th of 24 J Trout 24’9.75”

Discus – 20th of 24 J Trout 52′

100 – 3rd of 25 G DeWitt 12.78

200 – 18th Z Livingston 33.07

400 – 4th G DeWitt 58.41

800 – 22nd J Coup 3:11

1600 – 18th J Coup 7:25

200H – 14th T Baca Beichner 34.30

 

Boys – Team Rankings1.      Liberty-Benton 1902.      Riverdale 663.      Van Buren 584.      Leipsic 545.      Hopewell-Loudon 516.      Pandora-Gilboa 327.      Cory-Rawson 288.      Arcadia 259.      N Baltimore 2210.  Vanlue 2111.  New Riegel 1612.  Arlington 1213.  McComb 9 

Wet Weather Delays Ohio Planting

Many farmers statewide question whether they can still produce crops with strong yields after such late planting,

Wet weather delays Ohio planting: Persistent rain and saturated soil conditions have delayed corn and soybean planting in much of Ohio thus far this planting season.

For the week ended May 5, only 2% of Ohio’s projected corn acreage was planted. In comparison, 20% was planted at that same time last year, and 27% is the five-year average for that time.

Soybean planting is also down, with only 1% of Ohio’s projected soybean acreage planted. In comparison, 7% was planted at that same time last year, and 9% is the five-year average for that same time.

so agronomists at The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) have published several recommendations about late-planted corn and soybeans in the latest edition of the C.O.R.N. Newsletter.

The newsletter is produced by agronomists with Ohio State University Extension, CFAES’ outreach arm, and can be found online at agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter.

Peter Thomison, an OSU Extension agronomist, and Laura Lindsey, a soybean and small grains specialist with OSU Extension, are two of several Extension experts who can provide insight into spring planting.

Thomison can be contacted at 614-292-2373 or thomison.1@osu.edu; Lindsey can be contacted at 614-292-9080 or lindsey.233@osu.edu.

Water Projects from The District

Northwestern Water and Sewer District Projects

Northwestern Water and Sewer District Projects

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio, – The Northwestern Water and Sewer District (The District) delivers water and sewer services to over 19,000 customers in Wood, Sandusky, and Hancock counties.  Although many of our projects are performed underground, our utility work can impact roads throughout our service area.  The District will announce updates and when additional projects are under contract.  Updates and additions are highlighted in bold and underlined.

The District office will be closed, Monday, May 27 in observance of Memorial Day. 

Perrysburg Township – Sanitary Sewer Improvements 
Through May, short-term intermittent lane restrictions are possible throughout Perrysburg Township for sewer work and manhole repair.  Project complete: May.  Project investment: $998,000.

McComb – Sewer Line Replacement Through May, lane restrictions and short-term closures are possible at the intersection of Bond and Liberty Streets.  Project complete: June. Project investment: $490,000

Northwood/Rossford – Lead Service Line Removal Project 
Through May, lane restrictions are possible in Rossford and Northwood for restoration.  Project complete: May.  Project investment: $900,000.

Northwood/Perrysburg & Lake Townships – Water Main Installation *NEW PROJECT*
Effective, Wednesday, May 15, through July, lane restrictions are possible at Tracy and McNerney Roads for water main installation.  Additionally, at this time, lane restrictions are possible at the intersection of Oregon Road and Cable Boulevard.  Project complete: July.  Project investment: $155,000.

Rossford – Sewer Lining Project
Through June, watch for shoulder restrictions and construction crews on roads north of Eagle Point Road for sewer lining. Project complete: May. Project investment: $767,000. 

District Wide Hydrant Flushing *NEW WORK*
Through October, weekdays from 8 am until 3:30 pm, crews will be flushing hydrants in various locations throughout Wood County.  Residents are advised to flush water from their taps if the water becomes discolored.  For more information: http://www.nwwsd.org/what-we-do/water/water-facts/hydrant-main-line-flushing-info/

Who Are Local Farm Families Leading in Conservation?

OHIO DEPT. OF AG SEEKS TO RECOGNIZE FARM FAMILIES LEADING IN CONSERVATION 

OHIO DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE SEEKS TO RECOGNIZE FARM FAMILIES LEADING IN CONSERVATION 

Individuals have until June 3, 2019 to nominate families 

 

REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio (May 13, 2019) – The Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) is accepting nominations to honor Ohio farm families who are leaders in conservation for the 2019 Conservation Farm Family Awards. The Conservation Farm Family Award program has recognized Ohio farm families since 1984 for their efforts in managing natural and human resources while meeting both production and conservation goals.  

“There are many farmers working hard to conserve natural resources, and this is an opportunity to recognize Ohio farm families who are going above and beyond in their conservation efforts,” Governor Mike DeWine said. “We thank farmers for their efforts, and we encourage people to participate in this program.”

“We are always so excited to take a moment and celebrate the Ohio farmers going the extra mile in the conservation practices they use on their farms,” said ODA Director Dorothy Pelanda. “I look forward to seeing the diverse ways our farmers are working to conserve our state’s natural resources and giving them the recognition they deserve.”

Five area finalists will be selected from across the state and will be recognized at the annual Farm Science Review in September. They will also receive a $400 award, courtesy of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, and be featured in the September issue of Ohio Farmer Magazine. The following photograph is from the 2018 ceremony.

farm family awards

Individual farmers, partnerships or family farm corporations are eligible for nomination, provided a substantial portion of their income is derived from farming. The judging is based on the nominee’s use of new and traditional conservation techniques, comprehensive management, individual initiative in applying conservation measures and the nominee’s willingness to share conservation information, experiences and philosophy with others.

Nomination forms can be obtained from local county soil and water conservation districts or by visiting ODA’s website at www.agri.ohio.gov. The forms can be submitted by email to dswc@agri.ohio.gov or by mail to Conservation Farm Family Award, C/O Ohio Department of Agriculture 8995 E. Main St., Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068. The forms must be returned by Monday, June 3.

The awards program is sponsored by the ODA Division of Soil and Water Conservation, Ohio Farmer magazine, Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, Ohio Federation of Soil and Water Conservation Districts and the United States Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service.

Letter to the Editor

Thank you….

Just shouting out a Big Thank you to all the wonderful N.B. people who helped make our Rett Syndrome Day a huge success. N.B. is a great giving community!

Thanks to the N.B. Eagles and Legion and the N.B.Fire Department and all the people who bought tickets. We raised $700 for Rett from all the ticket sales alone. The two winners were Gerry Hauenstein and Kris Reas. Each received $350.

Just know you are all winners to us and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all your support!

Vi & Jim Jacobs,  Dan,Amanda,Jameson & Cassadie Jacobs and most of all Paige! P                      

 

#ThisPlaceMatters

Group Photo to Show Global Support for Wood Co. Historical Center

Group Photo to Show Global Support for Wood Co. Historical Center

To support the national campaign for preservation #ThisPlaceMatters, a group photo will be taken at the Wood County Museum, 13660 County Home Road in Bowling Green, this Thursday, May 16 at 5:30 PM in the Museum, in the “For Comfort & Convenience” exhibit. This event is free & open to the public.

This Place Matters is a national campaign that encourages people to celebrate the places that are meaningful to them and to their communities. During the month of May, the community is encouraged to post on social media photos of the Wood County Museum, or other cultural institutions that are important to them, using the hashtag #ThisPlaceMatters.

This campaign isn’t just about photography – it’s about telling the stories of the places we can’t live without. Through This Place Matters, the National Trust hopes to encourage and inspire an ongoing dialogue about the importance of place and preservation in all of our lives that lasts far beyond the month of May.

 More information about the campaign is available at woodcountyhistory.org/thisplacematters.html or from the Facebook page for the National Trust.

The Wood County Historical Museum opened in 1975 after serving as the Wood County Infirmary from 1869-1971. The Wood County Historical Center & Museum is managed jointly by the Wood County Commissioners Doris I. Herringshaw, Ed.D – President; Craig LaHote – Vice President, & Dr. Theodore H. Bowlus – Member; the Wood County Historical Society; and the Wood County Park District. The Society is a community organization that makes connections between our past, present and future by capturing stories and cultivating memories of Wood County, Ohio and the County Home.

BVHS: Cancer Care Center Achieves Accreditation

The Armes Family Cancer Care Center Achieves Rating….

The Armes Family Cancer Care Center, a division of Blanchard Valley Health System, has achieved a four-year accreditation for its radiation oncology department by meeting the standards of the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) Accreditation Program for Excellence (APEx®).

 

The Armes Family Cancer Care Center achieved accreditation through APEx® by undergoing a rigorous, voluntary, multi-step process during which its policies and procedures were evaluated using consensus-based standards for radiation oncology practice. This accreditation demonstrates The Armes Family Cancer Care Center’s commitment to high standards of safety and quality and shows that it practices patient-centered care by promoting effective communication, coordinating treatment and engaging patients and their families as partners in care.

“Delivering safe, quality care to our patients is The Armes Family Cancer Care Center’s top priority,” said David Spears, service line director for oncology and outpatient specialty services at Blanchard Valley Health System. “In times of need, patients must have the ability to count on their cancer care providers. We achieved this accreditation not for ourselves, but to assure our patients that they are receiving the most elite radiation oncology care possible.”

 

“ASTRO commends The Armes Family Cancer Care Center for achieving APEx® accreditation. The center has demonstrated a commitment to providing its patients with safe, high-quality radiation oncology services,” said Paul Harari, MD, FASTRO, chair of the ASTRO Board of Directors.

 

To learn more about The Armes Family Cancer Care Center, call 419.423.5522.

The Armes Family Cancer Care Center