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Archive - 2014

September 18th

County tournament successful in debut

September 18, 2014

A long-awaited event debuted this past weekend, and it was very successful in its inaugural year.

The Auglaize County Open Championship — a golf tournament among players from the county’s three courses — was held Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Wapakoneta Country Club, Arrowhead Golf Club and Minster and Prairie View Golf Club in Waynesfield each hosted one day of the tournament.

Prairie View’s Doug Spencer said executing the idea for the tournament took less than one year, it was a routine desire among the county’s golfers.

Show choir gets new leader

September 18, 2014

Before it was a done deal Kathleen Pellington knew she wanted to live and work in Wapakoneta.

Pellington, the new music teacher and show choir director at Wapakoneta High School called her dad as soon as she pulled into town for her interview with WHS.

End near for Uniopolis

September 18, 2014

UNIOPOLIS — Union Township Trustees came one step closer to assuming complete ownership of the Village of Uniopolis Wednesday night after signing a deed that will transfer three parcels of land within the village to the township.

The deed will transfer lots 13, 14 and 34 from the village to the township, which includes the sewage treatment plant, post office and old town council building.

VIDEO: 6 Ways To Pack A Better Lunch

September 18, 2014

VIDEO: 6 Ways To Pack A Better Lunch

September 17th

Richard E. Miller, 70

September 17, 2014

Richard E. Miller, 70, of rural Wapakoneta, died at 8:25 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 15, 2014, at Wapakoneta Manor. He was born Dec. 29, 1943, to the late Arlie E. and Marie E. (Brincefield) Miller. On May 18, 1974, he married Wavalene Bowsher, who survives.

Mr. Miller had been a custodian for the Wapakoneta City School system. He was a member of Eagles Lodge, Aerie 691 and Labor's Union 329. He had served in the National Guard and was a NASCAR fan.

Karen Blackburn Miller, 56

September 17, 2014

Karen Blackburn Miller, 56, passed away Sept. 10, 2014, at her residence. She was born Nov. 19, 1957, in Wapakoneta, to Elmer and Rose (King) Blackburn, who have preceded her in death.

Survivors include her son, Chad Eberle, of Findlay; her beloved canine companion, Zoe; and six siblings, David (Jackie) Billiter, of Wapakoneta, Sharon  Jones, of Wapakoneta, Jack Blackburn, of Dacula, Ga., Patricia Widmark, of Wapakoneta, Pamela Reynolds, of Lima, and Sandra (Roger) Woods, of Lima. She was preceded in death by her three brothers, Wade, Charles and Bruce Blackburn.

Dance Centre welcomes seasoned instructor

September 17, 2014

The Dance Centre of Wapakoneta hosted an international dance instructor this past Saturday and Sunday to choreograph the hip hop competition routine and work with other skilled dancers in the hip hop genre.
According to the Dance Centre, Matt Steffanina relocated to Los Angeles, Calif. in 2010 after spending seven years working as a dancer on the east coast.

Steffanina has a unique dance style combining commercial hip hop with isolations and grooves. He teaches weekly at the International Dance Academy in Hollywood as well as different workshops around the globe.

Miller Brothers celebrates 60 years

September 17, 2014

Miller Brothers Tire Service celebrated its 60th anniversary last week by holding a seven-day celebration that commemorated the milestone while giving back to the community at the same time.

The Uniopolis-based tire company offered its customers discounted prices, had raffle drawings for free brakes, tires and struts, and provided a rebate up to $750 for one lucky winner who purchased tires during the week-long event.

Village considers big move

September 17, 2014

A rigging and transportation company plans to make a move through the county with a vehicle that is 25-feet wide, 18-feet high and 300-feet long, and told Buckland Mayor Dan Lambert five trees in the village would need to be removed to make the turn on state Route 197.

During a visit, Project Manager Tim Boyd of Barnhart Crane and Rigging told Lambert the company would offer the village $1,000 in compensation for the trees.

“Well, I’m thinking more like $3,000 for you to take my trees,” Lambert said.

September 16th

City mourns first female councilor

September 16, 2014

As the first woman to ever sit on the Wapakoneta City Council, Ruth Carter paved the way for women in local government.

“She considered herself a pioneer who broke new barriers because it was all men for 50 years until she was elected,” her husband Joe Carter said.

On Sunday, Sept. 14, Ruth Carter died at Auglaize Acres of natural causes and complications from Alzheimer’s. She was 83 years old.

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