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Archive - Jun 29, 2012

Saturday newspaper delay

June 29, 2012

The Saturday edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News may be delayed due to the power outages in the area.

Financial woes: Auditor shares county fiscal concerns

June 29, 2012

Concerned with the financial picture portrayed of the county, the Auglaize County auditor met Thursday with the Auglaize County commissioners to discuss her budgeting worries.

“We always try to remain so positive about the county,” Auditor Janet Schuler said. “I like that, but things aren’t as rosy as they appear just because the sales tax is up.

“Sales tax numbers are good, but they have to be because the state is yanking money away from us,” she said.

Pit bull talks in C’ville

June 29, 2012

CRIDERSVILLE — Cridersville Village Council Safety Committee members discussed Thursday the possibility of adding legislation to continue to label pit bulls as potentially dangerous.

Cridersville Police Chief John Drake presented an ordinance from the city of St. Marys and recommended the village adopt a comparable ordinance to help protect the village.

Health education director retires

June 29, 2012

Twenty-seven years after she first began teaching the public about health-related topics, Auglaize County’s health education director says she is ready for something else.

Janet Bassitt didn’t intend to find herself in the health field after studying home economics education, but after three years doing such work with the Ohio State University Extension Agency and handling special litter and recycling projects in a 33-county area, funding for her position there expired and she applied at the Auglaize County Health Department.

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