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About Bowling Green
Located in the northwest part of the state, Bowling Green, Ohio is on the edge of the Great Black Swamp. As the Black Swamp encompasses most of the land in this area, original settlements were confined to ridges and low sand hills. It is generally a very cool place with snow emergencies commonly being declared in the months of December and January. While the city's founding could be traced to 1832, for decades the city's commerce was restricted to farming and fur trading. Later, when oil was discovered in the New Baltimore area, people and money flowed into the region. It received recognition as city in 1901. A State Normal College was established in 1910 which became Bowling Green State University. It gets its name from a postal carrier, Joseph Gordon, who worked Bowling Green, Kentucky. Local cultural events include the Black Swamp Art Festival and Would County Fair. Average high and low temperatures in the winter and summer are 31 and 15 degrees (December) and 84 and 62 degrees (July).