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March 1st

Kuffner leaves mark on community

March 1, 2013

ST. MARYS — Local volunteer, attorney and community advocate Jack Kuffner died Thursday, leaving behind family, fellow parishoners, Kiwanis and colleagues with memories of the ways he impacted the community.

As a lawyer, local attorney Kraig Noble said that Kuffner was highly respected in the local law community. As an assistant prosecutor, prosecutor and judge in the county court, Noble said he had high standards.

“Everyone knew you could trust Jack’s word,” Noble said. “If he said he’d do something, he’d do it.”

Charles E. ‘Charley’ Webb, Sr., 80

March 1, 2013

Charles E. ‘Charley’ Webb, Sr., 80,  died at 3:20 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 27, at Auglaize Acres in Wapakoneta.

He was born Feb. 16, 1933, in Wapakoneta, to Florence Freideger and Pearl Webb.

Surviving are a son, Charles E. ‘Charley’ Webb Jr. of Lima; a daughter, Annette Elaine Volz, of Toledo; five grandchildren; a brother, James (Shirley) Webb, of Wapakoneta; and three sisters,  Edna (Glenn) Steed, of Wapakoneta, Mary (Jack) Selover, of Turlock, Claif., and Sharon (Dave) Erb, of Arlington.

Laura Bitzinger, 86

March 1, 2013

Laura Bitzinger, 86, of Holland, formerly of Liberty Center, passed away Sunday, Feb. 24, 2013, at Spring Meadows Extended Care.

Laura was born July 23, 1926, in Ridgeville Corners, to Clara (Hasemeier) and Henry Rosebrock. She met and married Paul Bitzinger, in Ft. Wayne, Ind. Dec. 21, 1946, and he preceded her in death on Nov. 23, 1971.

14 bridges slated for replacement this year

March 1, 2013

Fourteen bridges, costing an estimated $829,921, are slated for replacement this year in Auglaize County.

The projects are to be completed based on when easements can be maintained and utilities cleared, Auglaize County Engineer Doug Reinhart said.

This year’s schedule includes more smaller projects, because it is what they can afford with less revenue, the county engineer said. The investment for most of this year’s projects is just concrete and steel.

Recipe for success at downtown City Bakery

March 1, 2013

Perhaps the biggest obstacle Paul Eisert will have to face as he starts his new venture will be the jokes about law enforcement and donuts.

All jokes aside, the long-time Auglaize County Sheriff’s Office deputy and his wife, Kathy Eisert, have purchased the building at 20 W. Auglaize St., that houses City Bakery. Eisert said he and his wife plan the donut shop much like area customers have grown accustomed to through the years.

Eisert said they plan to keep all of the old favorites that people have grown accustomed to at the bakery.

History seminar set in Wapak

March 1, 2013

Historians from across the state will soon be gathering in Wapakoneta.

The Auglaize County Historical Society is hosting a regional conference, aimed at bringing together historians from across Ohio, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on March 16 at St. Joseph Church Parish Life Center.

The theme for the conference is “Connecting Treasured Pasts & Bright Futures.”

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