Archive - Jul 2011
Speeding cars weave down Perry Street avoiding collisions.
A monster-style truck takes to a 3-foot ramp and flies through the air landing on its wheels as some in the crowd give out a collective âahh.â
Kiernan McMahan, of New Knoxville, raced his car up and down the first block of Perry Street during the RC Fun Run as part of the Summer Moon Festival on Saturday. He pulled his car to where he was standing to make some minor adjustments before running the car again.
Policies for the medical management of vaccine reactions in adult patients is now necessary.
Annual updates to the information were released in April.
âLast month we approved the new child and teen ones, now its time to approve the one for adults,â Auglaize County Nursing Supervisor Cindy Jones said as she recommended the approval to the Auglaize County Health Board members.
The three-part recommendations are approved every year.
William R. Glover, 71, 112 Marbello Ct., St. Marys, died at 9:12 a.m. Friday, July 15, 2011, at St. Ritaâs Medical Center in Lima.
He was born May 25, 1940, in Cleveland, the son of Viola (Schmelter) William C. Glover. On Oct. 10, 1970, in Celina, he married Shirley Adams, who survives.
Also surviving are a son, Michael (Lyndi) Glover, of Los Angeles; and two daughters, Jimmi (Robert) Stead, of Troy, and Della Driver, of Troy.
Services are at noon Tuesday at Miller-Long & Folk Funeral Home in St. Marys. Burial will follow at Elm Grove Cemetery in St. Marys.
Emergency personnel and businesses again are being reminded of the importance of notifying the local Emergency Management Agency (EMA) of spills.
âThereâs been a delay in getting notified,â Auglaize County EMA Director Troy Anderson said.
He said while each situation is different, any time a vehicle ends up laying on its side in a ditch, there is a good chance that fluid will go into the ditch.
âA ditch is a type of waterway and we need to be notified about that,â Anderson said.
An area police chief needs more money and more manpower to combat a growing problem as traffickers sell and move illegal drugs through the Auglaize County village.
Waynesfield Police Chief Nathan Motter plans to approach village councilors later this month about increased funding to address the ever-increasing drug problems in the small village.
Motter said that if councilors approve the necessary village funding, all of the money will be concentrated to additional personnel.
Youth Night at the Auglaize County Fair Gospel Tent will be filled by praise and worship music this year.
The band âAt The Crossâ is bringing new-age music along with worship music for the youth crowd at the fair on Youth Night, which is Wednesday, Aug. 3.
This is the second year for Rodney Ritchie, of Unleashed Youth Ministries, to help Tom Knoch, of the Gospel Tent Committee, with finding talent to perform for Youth Night at the Gospel Tent. Ritchieâs goal is to help
bring up the attendance during Youth Night in the Gospel Tent at the fair.
Julie Diane Schaub 51, of Botkins, went to be with the Lord at 9:26 p.m. on Tuesday, July 12, 2011.
She was born Aug. 14, 1959, to Dorthy (Harpest) and Kenneth Clayton, who survive in Quincy. On July 23, 1977, she married Rick J. Schaub, who survives in Botkins.
Regina B. Aselage, 97, formerly of McCartyville, died Thursday, July 14, 2011, at Dorothy Love Nursing Home.
She was born May 3, 1914 in St. Patrick, to the late Anna (Schmitmeyer) and Henry Hoying. On Aug. 17, 1939, she married Clemens J. Aselage and he preceded her in death on May 22, 2011.
Jack Christian Holbrook, 8, of Cridersville, passed away at his home Thursday, July 14, 2011, after a long, courageous battle with cancer.
He was born March 23, 2003, in Lima, the son of Shannon Spencer, of Cridersville, who survives.
Also surviving are a sister, Grace; grandparents, Jon and Christy Golden, of Wapakoneta; great grandparents John and Diana Golden, of Wapakoneta; and an aunt Ashley Golden, of Wapakoneta, who Jack adored.
He attended Cridersville Elementary. He was also a member of Shawnee Community United Methodist Church.
To date, six change orders have been approved for the Auglaize County Courthouse renovation project.
Auglaize County Administrator Joe Lenhart said itâs about what they expected going into the approximately $8 million project, facing unknown factors particularly in the basement and attic areas.
âWe were advised to allow for $250,000 in contingencies,â Lenhart said. âWeâre at about $100,000 in change orders and weâre getting most of the way through the unknowns.â
In total, there have been four change orders for general contractor Peterson Construction amounting to approximately $114,540.