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
By FIONA CONNOLLY COLUMNIST Last week we discussed a new trend in mixing patterns. Well, this week is all about another pattern that will make your style “fade” from old to new — ombré! Ombré is the fading of one color to another. I could be a light to dark shade of the same color, of one color to a completely different color. Ombré is fun for all seasons and can be worn in an almost endless variety of
Yellow Jackets remain perfect after 3-0 win over Anthony Wayne BOWLING GREEN — Perrysburg senior standout Maddy Williams scored a goal and added two assists Wednesday night to lead the unbeaten Yellow Jackets to a 3-0 victory over Anthony Wayne in a girls Division I regional soccer semifinal at Bowling Green State University. Perrysburg, 20-0-0, will play in the regional championship game against ninth-ranked Medina on Saturday at 1:45 p.m. at Sandusky High School. Medina beat Westlake 1-0 in overtime
Delas scores 5 touchdowns in 55-26 win over Maumee By HANNAH WEIKER STAFF WRITER It has been said throughout history that rainbows are good luck and found at the end you will find a pot of gold. As skies cleared before the Perrysburg verse Maumee game there was not just one rainbow but two. This occurrence is referred to by many as a double rainbow bringing with it double the luck. The luck was certainly felt by the Yellow Jackets