BATH TOWNSHIP — The Wapakoneta Redskins avenged one of their league losses from last season on Tuesday night, defeating the Bath Wildcats 44-25 in a Western Buckeye League dual match.
The Redskins also crushed the Celina Bulldogs, 63-6, in their other dual match Tuesday at Bath High School.
Last season Bath, along with Defiance, accounted for Wapakoneta’s two losses in WBL competition, which ultimately ended the Redskins’ streak of four straight league championships.
COLUMBUS — The bond for Charles Wycuff, the man accused of sexually abusing a minor, was modified by a visiting judge from the Ohio Supreme Court Tuesday during a hearing at the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas.
Class had just let out, time for Joni Wade, a seventh-grade teacher at Wapakoneta Middle School, to take a small break from her teaching duties, but instead, it was time to celebrate.
Two key members of the Heritage Trails Park District will be stepping down in the near future, putting the current state of the park district in question moving forward.
During Tuesday’s monthly meeting, held at the Chamber of Commerce office in Wapakoneta, Executive Director Allison Brady announced that will resign from her position at the end of the year.
BOTKINS — After playing to a 19-19 tie at halftime, the winner of Monday’s game would be decided by whichever team won the second half.
The Botkins Trojans used a strong third quarter to cushion themselves against the Waynesfield-Goshen Tigers, and despite a nice comeback by W-G, the Trojans prevailed for a 37-33 win in a non-league varsity girls basketball game at Botkins High School.
The win ended a five-game losing streak for the Trojans (2-5), while W-G was coming off of its first win of the season.
Money matters and support for the Eastern Shawnee topped the list of topics at Monday’s meeting of the Wapakoneta City Council.
First-Ward Councilman and Chair of the Parks and Recreation Committee James Neumeier reported on the financial status of the parks fund.
WAYNESFIELD — Members of Waynesfield Village Council passed an emergency ordinance Monday night to allow natural gas into the village, which could start as early as next winter.