College athletics: Moosbrugger introduced as BGSU’s new athletic director

BOWLING GREEN — Bob Moosbrugger was introduced Tuesday as Bowling Green State University’s new director of athletics. A 1994 graduate of BGSU, Moosbrugger will leave his current post as deputy director of athletics and chief operating officer at San Diego State...

Prep Roundup: St. Wendelin rolls to win over Arcadia

St. Wendelin never trailed en route to topping Arcadia 8-3 in a nonleague game Tuesday. Brayden Thomas backed the Mohawks (4-13) with a triple and three RBIs, while Ryan Nicholson and winning pitcher Dylan Sheets each had two singles. Sheets struck out seven, walked one and...

District softball: Gibsonburg slips past New Riegel

By SHANNON DOVE STAFF WRITER OAK HARBOR — Trailing 6-4 in the top of the seventh, New Riegel needed to create some offense or be eliminated from postseason play. The Blue Jackets got the rally they needed, but Gibsonburg answered on its way to an 8-7 win over the Blue...

‘Bad Burrito’ heats up booth at annual Michigan comic con

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER NOVI, Mich. — A few years back, the creative minds behind Michigan-based Webb Comics were on a trip to an out-of-state comic book show when a friend suggested picking up some burritos at a roadside gas station. What came next was a chain...

Howard Meyer

Howard Otto Meyer, 92, of Fostoria, passed away peacefully on May 13, 2016. Born to Otto and Arzella Meyer on the family farm in Elmore, Ohio, he was the third of five children. He is survived by his three children, David Meyer (Patti), Shirley Eidenour (Rick), Karen Meyer...

Paul Arthur Distel

Surrounded by his family, Paul Arthur Distel, 67, of Tiffin, entered into eternal life at 7:10 a.m. Sunday, May 15, 2016, at his residence. He was born July 27, 1948, in Tiffin to Arthur and Harriet Distel, Jr. He married Rosalie A. Hohman September 22, 1979, in St. Boniface...

Work doesn’t end because school’s out

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER When May 25 arrives, school will be out for the summer for Fostoria City Schools’ students. While summer is typically a time students use to relax and unwind from nine months of learning, officials said they believe it’s important for...

Lakota ending fiscal year $470,000 in the black

By RON CRAIG STAFF WRITER Lakota Local Schools Board of Education got mixed financial news from its treasurer Monday night, but the bottom line is that Fiscal Year 20-15-16 is expected to end with a surplus of about $470,000. Treasurer Norm Elchert presented several financial...

March of graduates begins

The graduating classes of nine area schools begins in today’s edition of the Review Times. For nine consecutive publication days, a full page of information and senior photographs on an area high school’s graduating class will be featured. Starting with Arcadia High...

‘Comic Book Men’ take center stage

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER NOVI, Mich. — In 1996, Ming Chen attended his first Motor City Comic Con as a wide-eyed fan at the Dearborn Civic Center. Twenty years later, he returned as a featured guest. “About two months after I started getting back into...
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