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Toledo Trip: Part 1

I mentioned last week that my dad was coming to town.  And so he did.  We had a great time and so-forth.  One part of the trip that stands out is our visit up to northern part of the state.  1,049 more words

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Advantages of a Regional Water & Sewer District

Ever since the Northwestern Water & Sewer District was formed in 1994, I’ve been asked many times to explain the advantages of a regional water and sewer district. 819 more words


Northwestern Water & Sewer District Board of Trustees

I thought it might be of interest for you to learn a bit about Northwestern Water & Sewer District’s BOT, or Board of Trustees.

Northwestern Water & Sewer District’s nine member Board of Trustees has a seat/opening to fill after Mike Scott’s (Rossford) resignation was recently announced. 461 more words


Northwestern Water & Sewer District Helps Wood County Economic Development

With the CSX intermodal development site up and running in Henry Township, hundreds of new job have been created in the south end area of Wood County.  400 more words


Eye on the Past: Rudolph Grotto Shrine 1958

As many times as I’ve traveled to central Wisconsin, I was not aware of a beautiful, sprawling religious shrine built by a Catholic priest in thanksgiving for having his health restored after a visit to Lourdes, France in the early 1900s. 297 more words


Please Join Us: Our Annual Open House Happens on May 3rd!

Sunday, May 3rd is our Annual Open House at the Northwestern Water & Sewer District facility. 

We are located at 12560 Middleton Pike in Bowling Green.  349 more words


Eye on the Past: Wash Tub Baby 1933

This photograph has perplexed me for years. A baby in a diaper, lying on a pillow inside a steel wash tub. I strongly suspect this is my father, David D. 243 more words

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