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City views wastewater testing
The public got its first look Thursday at a water-recovery demonstration at the city of Perrysburg’s wastewater-treatment plant. The Clearas water recovery advance biological nutrient recovery technology removes phosphorus and other nutrients from treated wastewater without using chemicals. This is important because it could help reduce the risk of harmful algal blooms on Lake Erie, officials said.
Business

First Solar holding interviews
Company looking to hire as many as 60 for production positions.
Our Town News

Riverside Park planning work OK'd
Drawings, survey work, design development being done for $110,000.
Education

Owens considers changing charter
Community college would ask for levy.

  • West Side Montessori sweeps essay contest

  • PHS drama students polish dance steps for Mary Poppins

  • Modern Woodmen support Perrysburg wrestling

  • Perrysburg students work hard

  • Perrysburg Law & Government Explorer Post competes at state level

  • West Side Montessori students honor veterans

  • 25th annual Northwest Ohio Regional All-Star Football Game

  • Maumee-Perrysburg fireworks

  • Floral Salute to Fort Meigs

  • Costco opens in Perrysburg

  • A Floral Salute to Fort Meigs

  • CPR Day at Levis Commons

  • Around Town: Perrysburg

  • Perrysburg 5th graders get first look at 6th grade

  • Perrysburg Memorial Day parade and ceremony

  • IN PICTURES: DI district track & field
Perrysburg Voices
Lila Szozda
Perrysburg Schools child nutrition director

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"There are over 1,200 kids ... and it’s very tight to get that many kids through [the"
John-David “J.D.” Ettore
Owens' Athletic Director

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"I am very excited and honored to be the athletic director at Owens Community College."
Tom Hosler
Perrysburg Schools superintendent

Tom Hosler Perrysburg
"If we’re serious about preparing students ... technology has to be a part of that."
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Peyten Young
Perrysburg High School student loves science, soccer, and volunteering. Seeks to become a physician’s assistant.
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