Archive - Oct 27, 2012
Republican incumbent Christina Lambert is facing Democrat challenger Anne Hamilton on the Nov. 6 ballot for the position of Auglaize County recorder.
Both women are making their first attempt at an elected office.
Lambert, who has been serving in the position since Aug. 1, 2011, is seeking her first election to the officer after Ann Billings retired.
Lambert, 50, lives in Wapakoneta with her husband, Bill Lambert, and they have two grown children. She had worked in the Recorderâs Office for 30 years before officially being appointed to the position.
Christmas cheer will soon be filling the streets of Wapakoneta, as local shops gear up for an annual event.
Wapakonetaâs Holiday Open Houses, which is scheduled to kickoff Friday and continue through the weekend of Nov. 2-4, has organizers excited because a handful of new shops will be joining in on the festivities this year.
âThis is a neat way to kick off the holidays,â Wapakoneta Antique and Specialty Shops (WASS) Treasurer Charlotte Williams said, âand there are six new stores that will be joining us.â
Mary Shelleyâs creation in her most famous novel may be reveals something more frightening and alarming than what has become an annual Halloween monster â the monster inside man himself who is unleashed by an unabated quest of knowledge.
MIAMISBURG — It's not often you offer a team congratulations following a bitter defeat.
Waynesfield-Goshen ended its regular season on a sour note as they dropped a 45-12 decision to Dayton Christian Friday, but still found itself sitting in the postseason.
Despite the loss, the Tigers got help from Jefferson Township, South Charleston Southeastern Local, and New Miami. Those three teams came into the game as the only three teams able to catch the Tigers, and all three lost.
KENTON — The Wapakoneta Redskins were sliding all over the field, through the mud, in the rain Friday night in Kenton.
But most of that came after the game. They were sliding in celebration.