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Archive - Aug 7, 2012

Curfew change

August 7, 2012

Student-athletes traveling to Wapakoneta High School to lift weights or work out prior to the start of classes soon should have fewer worries about violating the city’s curfew ordinance.

An amendment to change the end of the curfew to 5 a.m. from 6 a.m. was introduced Monday during the Wapakoneta City Council meeting for councilors’ consideration.

Council President Steve Henderson proposed the time change after receiving numerous calls from parents of baseball and football players.

Suspicious powder found in teacher’s desk

August 7, 2012

A suspiciously packaged white powder prompted Wapakoneta High School administrators to contact the Auglaize County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) for assistance.

Auglaize County EMA Director Troy Anderson was called to the school after a teacher found a “suspicious” envelope in a desk drawer. The envelope had white powder folded up inside and was discovered Friday morning a little before 11 a.m.

Annual art exhibit includes youth

August 7, 2012

A local art center is gearing up for an annual exhibit — one that will now include a youth category.

The Riverside Art Center in Wapakoneta will be accepting artwork on Friday and Saturday for the fourth annual Greater Wapakoneta Community Art Exhibit.

A member of the Riverside Art Center is pleased to announce that a special category has been added this year for the young artists in the community.

“We have several area youth that are very talented,” Riverside Art Center member Pam Knoch said.

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