Archive - Oct 11, 2013
Continuing his crusade to cut wasteful spending and fighting for tax and regulatory reform, a U.S. lawmaker seeks a âsmart way forwardâ to deal with the federal shutdown and debt ceiling in an effort to support and best serve his constituents.
âThe shutdown is not easy for my constituents, a lot of them are concerned about it,â Republican U.S. Sen. Rob Portman said Thursday during a media teleconference, âand others strongly believe we need to hold firm because of the spending issues.
For more information about Portman's plan, see the Friday, Oct. 11 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
CRIDERSVILLE â The time is now to begin talking about pay packages and changes for next year as Cridersville Village Council members start to discuss the 2014 village budget.
âWe wanted to start thinking about what we need to do for our budget for next year,â Cridersville Mayor Lorali Myers said. âWe are making sure plans are in place.â Â
For more information about the Cridersville Finance meeting, see the Friday, Oct. 11 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
Walking a lap through the parking lot of Wapakoneta Elementary School, students were joined Thursday by cheerleaders, local mascots and city and police officials as they celebrated International Walk to School Day.
The event focused on how to use sidewalks safely and stay healthy.
The Wapakoneta Redskins ended their historic season Thursday on the first day of districts.
Needing to reach the semifinals to participate Saturday, the Redskins managed one win Thursday in the Division I Northwest District girls tennis tournament at Bowling Green State University.
"This was all new to them, but they now know what it's going to take," Wapak varsity coach Mike Klock said. "Playing at districts is another notch up. They're playing very good competition and at sectionals, too.
LIMA — Having played defense for so long, after allowing a tying goal with 4:14 left in the second half, the Wapakoneta Redskins pulled out a surprise and managed to retake the lead just 35 seconds later.
On the pitch for just 2 minutes after leaving with an injury, Wapak freshman Alex Lause broke loose behind Shawnee’s defense, was one on one in front of the Indians’ goalkeeper, fired a shot toward the top of the net and scored with 3:39 left in the second half.