Tiger Football Falls in Thriller at Crestline

The North Baltimore Football Tigers held the lead most of the game, but…

The North Baltimore Football Tigers held the lead most of the game, but lost that lead in the final minute, giving the Crestline Bulldogs a 33 – 28 win.

Crestline is playing the next two season in the Blanchard Valley Conference following Hopewell-Loudon leaving the league after last season. At this time Crestline is only on BVC football schedules (as far as we know).

We’ll have more on the game later…

Blanchard Valley

    • 55
      Liberty-Benton
    • 7
      Cory-Rawson
     
    • 34
      Riverdale
    • 18
      Van Buren
     
    • 14
      Vanlue
    • 45
      Arcadia
     
    • 29
      Arlington
    • 39
      McComb
     
    • 28
      Leipsic
    • 22
      Pandora-Gilboa
     

Village of NB Seeks Engineering Design Services

200 Block of North Main – SEEKING STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS FOR PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING DESIGN SERVICES

STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS FOR PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING DESIGN SERVICES

The Village of North Baltimore intends to contract for Engineering Design services in connection with the North Main Street (200 block) reconstruction project. Engineering firms interested in being considered for a contract to provide the required Engineering Design services should reply with a Statement of Qualifications no later than 4:00 P.M. local time, on October 11, 2019.  Statements received after this deadline will not be considered.

Statement of Qualifications should include information regarding the firm’s history, education and  experience of key technical personnel, the technical expertise of the firm’s current staff, the firm’s  experience in performing engineering design, availability of staff, the firm’s equipment and facilities, references, and any previous work performed for the Village of North Baltimore.      

Responding firms must be pre-certified in Roadway Design with the Ohio Department of Transportation in order to perform the engineering design services necessary for this project.

Four (4) copies of the Statement of Qualification should be submitted to the following address:

Village of North Baltimore
205 N. Main Street
North Baltimore, OH 45872

Attn: Michael Brillhart

As required by the Ohio Revised Code 153.65-71, responding firms will be evaluated and ranked in order of their qualifications using a Quality Based Selection process.  Following this evaluation, the Village of North Baltimore will enter into contract negotiations with the most highly qualified firm.

The project location is North Main Street between Broadway Street and Walnut Street.

The project description is as follows:

The complete road reconstruction to include the removal of the existing brick base and wet subgrade and replace them with suitable materials and new pavement. The project will also include the installation of new storm sewer, replacement of deteriorated sidewalks, and the addition of curb and gutter with under drains. The installation of lighting conduit and decorative street lighting is an option to be considered by the Village as part of project design.

Project construction is anticipated to begin in April of 2020 with completion before October 31, 2020. The estimated cost for the proposed roadway reconstruction improvements is $467,000. 

All engineering firms responding to this Statement of Qualifications must provide professional liability insurance as required by Ohio Revised Code 153.70.

VILLAGE OF NORTH BALTIMORE              

By: Janet L. Goldner, Mayor

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Weekend Column: What is Telehealth?

With the use of telehealth, providers can deliver a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic services….

 

 

What is Telehealth? by Michelle Kindle RN,BSN, Bridge Home Health & Hospice

Today, there are roughly seven million older adults striving to be independent, yet have difficulty leaving home and do not want to put stress on family members.

Telehealth is a method of remote health care provided in the home to improve access to quality care, reduce hospitalizations and lower costs. Recently, telehealth applications have expanded to improve access to care and communication, especially for remote, vulnerable, or marginalized populations.

Telehealth provides a wide range of services such as transitional care for those with heart failure and other chronic illnesses, palliative care, home-based care, behavioral and mental health services.

With the use of telehealth, providers can deliver a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic management services. Examples of such services include virtual visits via live video, remote monitoring, and provider-to-patient communication and messaging tools. These technologies are designed to be patient specific.

Virtual visits and remote monitoring can reduce the frequency of home visits by health care clinicians, reduce cost and reduce the burden of transportation for those with mobility limitations. Both the patient and family will be provided with education and other support tools for managing care at home.

Although telehealth began more than four decades ago with a small number of hospitals providing services to those in remote areas, it is still limited. However, as policy makers reduce regulatory barriers and providers focus on improving telehealth strategies, it is likely that telehealth will be implemented universally.

By improving access to health care, telehealth can help reduce unmet needs and improve quality of life for the patient and their families.

 

Volleyball vs. L-B

from 9/18/2019……

by Suzanne Bucher

HS Volleyball Results vs Liberty-Benton 9/18/19

Liberty-Benton defeats N Baltimore 25-5, 25-7, 25-9

Allie McPherson – 2 assists, 2 digs

Grace Hagemyer – 1 block, 2 kills, 1 pt

Halie Inbody – 2 blocks, 1 kill, 1 dig

Leah Lee – 1 assist, 2 kills, 1 ace, 2 pts, 4 digs

Hailey Lennard – 1 kill, 1 dig

Mia McCartney – 1 pt, 8 digs

JV – Liberty-Benton defeats NB 25-13, 25-15

 

Horseman’s Ride at VB State Park

a State Regional ride will be at Van Buren State Park the weekend of September 27-29…..

The chapters of North West Region of the Ohio Horseman’s Council will be hosting a State Regional ride at Van Buren State Park the weekend of September 27-29.

This is the third year for this event and the second time it will be at the State Park. Members and equine enthusiasts from across the State will be here. Come visit and sit around the fire, see how the Ohio Horseman’s Council works and what they do for all of the parks in Ohio. 

The Wood County chapter build and maintains the bridal trails in Van Buren State Park along with the Friends group. The horse council has monetary grant programs that chapters may apply for in helping maintain the parks and trail systems. About every park in the state has a County chapter working in it.  

For more information on the Ohio Horseman’s Council and what they do visit Ohio Horseman’s Council Inc. https://ohconline.com.