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        A representative of a Perrysburg machining company offered testimony last week to a Congressional subcommittee that is looking at the state of the country’s manufacturing sector.

        Nikki Moyers, vice president of operations at Jerl Machine, Inc., testified before the Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Digital Commerce and Consumer Protection.

        The building known as “Heritage Hall” in Genoa has been given a face lift as the Genoa Historical Society nears the completion of the first phase of restoring the structure on Washington Street.

        Over the past two years, members of the historical society and other citizens began restoring it with lap siding, new windows, shutters and a new foundation.

Tori Romstadt scored her first goal of the season on Monday in the first half of Northwood girls soccer team’s 2-2 tie with rival Cardinal Stritch.

“She was in the right place at the right time,” Rangers coach Monte Bandeen said. “We look for her to score. She’s a hard worker up top. She creates a lot of goals with her hustle.”

The fact that Romstadt has played at all this season is nothing short of amazing.

Turn the calendar back to late March. Tori noticed something wasn’t right with her neck, so she asked her mother, Amy, to take a look.

        Brad Gilbert, director of the Wood County Emergency Management Agency, said he was pleased with how a hazardous material training exercise in Lake Township was conducted.

        Police, fire and emergency medical service departments from the township, Northwood, Perrysburg, Rossford, Perrysburg Township and the Wood County Sheriff’s Office participated in the exercise Tuesday at Univar USA on Tracy Road of a simulated truck accident and spill of acetone.

        State Senator Randy Gardner, R – Bowling Green, said last week he’s accepted an invitation by the Woodmore school board to discuss property tax revenues from the Nexus pipeline and he tentatively plans to attend the board’s October meeting.

        “I told them I would be glad to meet with them and talk,” Gardner said. “The challenge is going to be there is not going to be any specific answer as to how much money will be available from any pipeline company and there is no definitive answer it will have on state funding. By the time this revenue would be available the next state budget would be in effect so the funding formula is likely to change.




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