Archive - 2014
WAYNESFIELD — The Waynesfield-Goshen Tigers varsity football team celebrated “Cheer for a Cure” during its Friday night Northwest Central Conference matchup against the NWCC’s defending champion, the Lehman Catholic Cavaliers.
The Tigers, however, did not have much to cheer about on the field, as the Cavaliers rolled to a 56-10 blowout win to clinch a share of the NWCC title for this season.
Â Sixth row up, starring right at the 50-yard line every Friday night to watch his Wapakoneta Redskins with a little company, his wife one on side, from time to time, and Auglaize County Judge Frederick Pepple and his wife on the other.
This happens to be a weekly routine, but only when the Redskins play at home, and a routine that has continued for over 52 years.
You might have seen him with his World War II hat on cheering for the red and white and you might have even heard of him before because he happens to play a part in American history.
Twenty-five people watched as Auglaize County Common Pleas Court Judge Frederick Pepple sentenced Jane M. Boeke to 360 days at the Auglaize County jail with one day suspended and ordered Boeke to repay $209,556 in restitution and court fees to the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.
â€śThere is no sentence I feel good about,â€ť Pepple said to a sobbing Boeke. â€śOn either side.â€ť
According to Auglaize County Prosecuting Attorney Ed Pierce, Boeke embezzled $194,004 from St. Augustine in Minster and St. Joseph in Egypt between Dec. 26, 2001, and May 28, 2013.
Thursday night’s Halloween Parade in Wapakoneta brought out many gules and goblins on what turned out to be a beautiful evening. Many children dressed up for the costume contest hosted by the Chamber of Commerce but the various floats that participated in the parade are also just as impressive. The Auglaize County District Public Library’s float won the Grand Marshall’s Award for best slot in the parade, and DARE won the Mayor’s Award for best float.
The cause of a malfunction in the One Call Now and text alert systems that left many parents in the Wapakoneta City School District wondering if school was canceled Thursday has not yet been identified, WCS Superintendent Keith Horner said.
“We do not yet know what happened,” Horner said. “We’re looking into it, but we don’t have any guesses at this time.”
Good service, good products and good prices.
That’s what Speedy Mart convenience store owner Ricky Patel hopes to bring to Wapakoneta when he opens up shop on Nov. 1.
“I make sure the customer is happy — that’s my philosophy,” Patel said. “If you’re happy and you leave with a smile, you’re gonna come back.”
Carolyn Lawson, 57, of 1033 Hendricks Avenue, St. Marys, died suddenly at 11:59 A.M. Saturday, October 18, 2014, in the emergency department of Joint Township District Memorial Hospital, St. Marys.
She was born January 7, 1957, in Jelico, Tennessee, the daughter of Hewil and Evelyn (Orick) Teague.
She married Stephen Lawson and he died October 20, 2014.
Stephen D. Lawson, 57, of 1033 Hendricks Avenue, St. Marys, Ohio, died unexpectedly at 9:10 P.M. Monday, October 20, 2014, at St. Ritas Medical Center, Lima.
He was born May 17, 1957, in Richmond, Indiana, the son of Phillip and Della (Anderson) Lawson.
He married Carolyn Teague and she died suddenly on Saturday, October 18,2014.
As part of “WapaWeen” — Wapakoneta’s first ever 10-day long Halloween celebration — members of the Wapakoneta Antique and Specialty Shops (WASS) will be offering discounted prices to customers who stop in this weekend.
The sale is called “Bargains on the BOO-levard,” and several downtown shops will be participating in this inaugural event.
Do you have the talent to be on the show, “America’s Got Talent?” Wapakoneta resident Susan Morgan believes she has the talent to be in front of a handful of celebrities and a live audience all on primetime television as she auditions one more time in Chicago in January.
And if she passes the test, you will see her on television.