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Thefts investigated
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 22 April 2010 15:03

Police in Lake Township and City of Perrysburg are asking the public for help in identifying two males believed to be involved in thefts and related criminal activity in the north end of Wood County.

Police said the men may be responsible for stealing coins from a car wash on Woodville Road in the township and another in Perrysburg.

About $400 was reported stolen from the Woodville Road car wash, according to Detective Mick Lento, of the Lake Township Police Department.

Security cameras viewed the suspects at a Wal-Mart Store in Perrysburg Township where they were using a Coinstar machine to convert the coins into paper currency.

Persons with information about the case should contact Detective Lento, (419) 838-6651 or the Wood County Crime Stoppers Program (419) 352-0077.

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Athletic rivals finding time for prayer after big-time games
Written by J. Patrick Eaken   
Thursday, 22 April 2010 13:35

Separation of church and state may be the reason courts are eliminating prayer

in schools, but local athletic rivals are choosing to find time for prayer after games.

“There is a great story of how God has been closed off to the schools,” said Fellowship of Christian Athletes Northwest Ohio campus director Matt Medina.

“The total foundation of the school system has been found by Christianity and God, and all of a sudden since I was in school it sorted started to phase away. All of a sudden, we’ve got this great group of kids that just want to help bring prayer back into the sports,”

Genoa and Eastwood teams have huddled at mid-court, mid-field, or what have you, after every varsity football and basketball game. They did it again Wednesday night after a baseball game.

 
This Week in Gov’t
Written by Larry Limpf   
Thursday, 22 April 2010 15:08

Roads, rail crossings closing for repairs
The Ottawa County engineer’s office has announced the closure of roads and rail crossings for repairs.

Salem-Carroll Road, between Benton-Carroll Road and State Route 19, will be closed to through traffic starting April 26 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. until May 27.

The road will be open only to emergency traffic and buses.

Norfolk and Southern Railroad plans to close Toussaint-Portage Road, from Christiansen Road to Salem-Carroll Road and Cullman Road, from Portage South Road to State Route 19, for crossing repairs.

The closures are expected to be in effect April 26 to April 30.

The roads won’t be open to any traffic, including emergency and bus traffic.

 
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