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Beet goes on: Engineer tries beet juice to treat roads

December 15, 2011

The Auglaize County engineer is trying a new method to combat snow and ice on roads this winter — beet juice.
Starting with a truck equipped with one unit of a beet juice-salt brine mixture, which is to be applied to the limestone and salt mixture before it is laid on county roads, Auglaize County Engineer Doug Reinhart said they are in the process of adding three additional units.
“This time next year I’ll be able to tell you what we’re going to,” Reinhart said regarding whether more units for dispersing the beet juice would be added to county trucks.

Closure moratorium: The fate of two local posts to be determined by spring

December 15, 2011

Two area post offices scheduled for possible closure have been delayed — and now Congress holds the key to their fate.
Members of Congress and the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) officials agreed Tuesday to a five-month moratorium on a plan that would potentially close post office facilities.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown acclaimed the moratorium for the 120 post offices and 10 processing facilities in Ohio that have been targeted by the Postal Service as part of the proposed closure review.

Petitions certified, no changes expected

December 15, 2011

With petitions officially certified and accepted by the Auglaize County Elections Board, no changes are expected for the March primary.
“It’s a formality,” Auglaize County Elections Director Carolyn Campbell said.
Board members reviewed the petitions submitted for candidates in county races and then gave them their signatures of approval. All the petitions provided a sufficient number of valid signatures to be accepted.
With the March primary election field set, only one county official is expected to face competition this fall.

BASKETBALL: Wapak faces early test in Elida

December 15, 2011

By all appearances, the Western Buckeye League is going to the dogs in 2011-2012.

The Bulldogs.

Namesakes Elida, Defiance and Celina are the preseason favorites in the league, with Elida at the top of the list by most estimates.

The Wapakoneta Redskins will find out where they fit into the mix when they travel to the Elida Fieldhouse on Friday night to tip off the WBL season.

Elida added Shawnee transfer Cory Royster to an attack that already featured the league’s top player in University of Akron-bound Reggie McAdams and arguably the league’s best point guard in Dakota Mathias.

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