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September 26th, 2012

Lee Kuck, 67

September 26, 2012

Lee Kuck, 67, of New Bremen, died at 5:20 p.m. Saturday, Sept, 22, 2012, at the St. Rita’s Medical Center in Lima.
He was born Jan. 7, 1945, in New Bremen, the son Esther (Quellhorst) and Ewald Kuck, who preceded him in death.

Marilyn Baxter, 52

September 26, 2012

Marilyn S. Baxter, 52, of Waynesfield, died at 1:45 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20,2012, at Lima Memorial Health Systems.
She was born Feb. 19, 1960, in Lima, to Joaan M. (Magher) and Richard Edwin Baxter. Her mother survives in Waynesfield and her father preceded her in death.
Also surviving are a brother, Ronald E. (Sandy) Baxter, of Melbourne, Fla.; two sisters, Joanna Lynn (Joshua) Foster, of Toledo, and Amy Marie (Jamie) Miller, of Kenton; and nine nieces and nephews.
Marilyn was a member of Waynesfield United Methodist Church.

September 25th

Redskins shut out: Girls soccer loses to St. Marys 4-0

September 25, 2012

 

WAPAKONETA — The St. Marys Roughriders rode a second-half backwind in route to a 4-0 victory of the Wapakoneta Redskins.

Varsity girls soccer coach Paul Dingledine said that he knew the wind was going to play a factor in the contest, and whichever team had it behind them was playing with an advantage.

Emergency dilemma

September 25, 2012

WAYNESFIELD —Waynesfield Village Council members have been forced to schedule two special meetings for later this week after two village councilors voted against suspending the rule of three readings and declaring an emergency that would have made transfers from certain fund to others and would have appropriated other funds to their proper accounts.

Village Clerk Judith Quinlan requested $43,350 be appropriated into various accounts and another $17,500 be transferred  in an effort to pay various bills that were due or coming due soon.

WASS hosts fall alley party

September 25, 2012

Local downtown shops are getting together to host a fall festival.

Pickin’ in the Alley is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, in the alley, behind Casa Chic and Fern Hill Farmhouse.

“This is our first year for this, and we thought it would be fun,” Casa Chic co-owner and Wapakoneta Antique and Specialty Shops (WASS) President Landa Tomlinson said.

NK school treasurer to retire

September 25, 2012

NEW KNOXVILLE — After more than two decades of service, a local school official has announced her retirement.

New Knoxville Board of Education members approved the retirement of Treasurer Marcia Wierwille during Monday’s meeting. Her retirement is effective Jan. 31.

“It’s bittersweet,” Wierwille told board members.

Board President Phil Kuck thanked Wierwille for her service to the school.

“I want to thank Marcia for her many, many years of service,” Kuck said. “Enjoy the next step.”

September 24th

Being God’s hands

September 24, 2012

More than 150 volunteers of all ages spent most of Saturday working on 35 homes throughout the area helping neighbors during the third annual Servants Day.

Groups helped people in Wapakoneta, Waynesfield, Uniopolis and St. Johns with household chores and upkeep. They did painting, window replacement and even built a couple of handicap-accessible ramps.

A Wapakoneta High School eighth-grader along with his father and sister helped Kim Zook, of Summerplace Drive, with gardening and painting her roof as well as painting a storage building.

Organizer: Great wings, great fun for a great cause

September 24, 2012

Two new vendors should bring new flavors to the 11th annual Wapakoneta Wing Fest on Saturday at the American Legion grounds.

And while wings will start to be served at the same time — noon — people can come at 10 a.m. to listen to Vince Koza and his Saturday morning sports radio show on 93.1 The Fan as he hits the airwaves remotely from the American Legion Post 330.

While one of the organizers is excited about the new additions, he says he receives the greatest satisfaction from the event helping others.

Flag football fuels lasting relationships

September 24, 2012

Eight years ago, Harvest Baptist Church started its Upward Flag Football program as an outreach program to reach youth in the area with the message of Christ. The program is getting the message spread as it has grown exponentially throughout the years.

“We started out with about 80 kids,” Scott Miller, coordinator for the program and a coach of one of its teams. “We now have about 130 kids, 80 players and 50 cheerleaders.”

Redskins take care of business after lightning delay

September 24, 2012

 

A Wapakoneta Redskins senior quarterback-receiver duo answered with a crushing blow of their own each time the Defiance Bulldogs delivered a shot Saturday at Harmon Field .

Wapakoneta senior quarterback Kyle Gibson connected with senior wideout Johnny Crawford on two long touchdowns — one of 60 yards and the second for 35 yards — with each score reclaiming the lead the Redskins surrendered to Defiance.

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