By FIONA CONNOLLY COLUMNIST Hurricane Sandy is moving in, marking the start of the cold winter weather, so dressing both fashionably and warmly isn’t always that easy. But you don’t have to worry about ruining your look because you need to stay warm. Layering is key for any girl who wants to look good while staying comfortable.
Hit rock show opens Thursday and runs through Sunday By HANYA EL-SHAMY STAFF WRITER Come see Perrysburg High School’s performance of the popular musical “Little Shop of Horrors”, open to the public Nov. 8th, 9th and 10th at 8 p.m. ,and Nov. 11 at 2 p.m. The show will be held in the Perrysburg High School Auditorium. Tickets are $12 and may be purchased at the door or through the high school box office. The hit rock musical is a zany
SANDUSKY — Unbeaten and top-ranked Perrysburg beat Medina 2-0 on Saturday in a regional girls soccer final to advance to the state final four for the first time in school history. Allex Brown and Lucy Walton scored goals, both in the second half, and the Yellow Jackets defense proved impenetrable in a 2-0 decision against ninth-ranked Medina in a Division I regional final at Strobel Field. Perrysburg will advance to a semifinal meeting Tuesday against defending state champion Strongsville. The
LETTER TO THE EDITOR To the voters of the Perrysburg community, Perrysburg is a special place. It is special because of its geography, its history, its sense of pride. Our people bring diverse talents yet work in harmony to create a community. The cornerstone of our community is our school system; it is integral to Perrysburg pride. Perrysburg Schools is who we are. Perrysburg’s music and theatre program is one of our crown jewels — a program so dynamic and
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By HANNAH WEIKER STAFF WRITER The Perrysburg High School football team has earned the right to be in the playoffs — a rare feat for a Perrysburg team. “Although we have never played in the postseason, we are very familiar with big games. This team has prepared well and practiced well all week,” said Coach Matt Kregel, whose team finished the regular season 8-2 and 6-1 in the Northern Lakes League. So the players, fans, and coaches have their minds