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Helping to save lives

February 21, 2012

A 2008 graduate of Wapakoneta High School has been more places by the age of 21 than many people go in their whole lives.

As she sees it, however, she is just getting started.

Brianna Burns, a fourth-year student at Indiana Wesleyan University, is studying for a degree in biology for a pre-med requirement. She will graduate this April. She has been accepted to several graduate schools to seek her master’s degree in public health and has put Emery University, the University of Michigan and Pittsburgh University near the top of her list.

Credit to be vetted: City needs source for additional income, leaders say

February 21, 2012

Despite receiving information about the difficulties in collecting income tax from people who live in Wapakoneta and work in other municipalities, city leaders still want to pursue a proposal to scale back or to end the city’s income tax credit.

Wapakoneta Mayor Rodney Metz and 3rd Ward Councilor Bonnie Wurst say the proposal must be fully vetted because the general fund needs an influx of money.

Councilors plan hits agenda

February 21, 2012

A proposal to lengthen the terms of Wapakoneta City Council members and council president is moving closer to the November general election ballot.

The proposal also gained the support of the city’s top administrator.

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