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August 26th, 2011

FOOTBALL: Wapak honors '86 team

August 27, 2011

Jim Elshire remembers that day in the summer of 1986, the one when senior Kyle Stroh pulled into his driveway and told him the Redskins were going to win the next season.
And win they did.
A lot — becoming only the second Wapakoneta football team to go 10-0 in the regular season and the first to make the playoffs.
Elshire, the coach of that ’86 team, was among the honorees in attendance at a reception and ceremony honoring the team Friday night before the Redskins’ season opener against Bellefontaine at Harmon Field.
Stroh remembers that day too.

FOOTBALL: Triad trips up Tigers

August 27, 2011

WAYNESFIELD — The Triad Cardinals spoiled the Waynesfield-Goshen Tigers’ season opener with a 39-22 win Friday night at Waynesfield-Goshen Tiger stadium.
Big third- and fourth-down plays by the Cardinals hurt the Tigers’ chances for victory.
“The biggest thing is coming up with big plays,” W-G coach Gary Spencer said. “We may have missed tackles but we need to learn from our mistakes and I think we’ll be fine.”

Jail time WORTH change: Fuerstenau moves to Lima center as Wright heads jail

August 26, 2011

The sheriff at the Auglaize County Jail said goodbye to a long-time employee this week, and he filled his shoes with another familiar face.
Mark Fuerstenau, administrative captain of the 72-bed facility, took over Monday as executive director of the Western Ohio Regional Treatment and Habilitation (WORTH) Center in Lima. On Thursday, Lisa Wright was hired to fill his former position.

German experiences U.S. culture, law

August 26, 2011

A student from Germany traveled all the way to the United States to dig deeper and learn more about law with a local judge.
Twenty-five-year-old Sven Renker, of Frohburg, Germany, just completed a three-week internship at the Auglaize County Common Pleas Court with Judge Fred Pepple.
Renker, who earned his bachelor’s degree in law from the University of Dresden in Germany, interned here before continuing his studies in the field at the University of Munster — where he will soon start back up with fall classes.

Wapak grad returns to share music

August 26, 2011

A 1999 graduate of Wapakoneta High School and former homecoming king has made it a long way from home.
Todd Brown, who has been living in Hollywood, Calif., since 2001, is returning home in September with his band, Sons of Jack, to share what he has been up to with family and friends.

Irene Louise Cole, 89

August 26, 2011

Irene Louise Cole, 89, of Cridersville, died Aug. 26, 2011 in Cridersville.
Irene was the daughter of the Rev. Emory Ray and Ohla (Cave) Cole.

Irene Louise Cole, 89

August 26, 2011

Irene Louise Cole, 89, of Cridersville, died Aug. 26, 2011 in Cridersville.
Irene was the daughter of the Rev. Emory Ray and Ohla (Cave) Cole.

Wapak Schools continue to be rated effective on reports

August 26, 2011

Wapakoneta City Schools continue to be labeled “effective” based on results of state report cards released this week by the Ohio Department of Education, but its performance index improved.
“In general, we’re pretty darn proud of the progress we’ve done,” Wapakoneta City Schools Superintendent Keith Horner said.. “We haven’t made leaps, but we’ve certainly moved a couple of steps forward. There are some reasons for celebration.”

Botkins, W-G admins pleased with state report cards

August 26, 2011

Administrators at both the Botkins and Waynesfield-Goshen school districts voiced their pleasure with their respective school district’s report card numbers that were released this week.
Botkins Local Schools students managed to meet all 26 indicators on the report card, while Waynesfield-Goshen Local Schools students managed to meet 21 of the 26.
For Botkins students, it marked the sixth straight year that they achieved a perfect mark meeting the 26 indicators and receiving the excellent designation.

W’field approves insurance

August 26, 2011

WAYNESFIELD — Waynesfield Village Council members met briefly Thursday and finally approved an insurance package plan after listening to a local health insurance agent explain the new policy.
Finance Committee members recommended at Monday’s regular meeting that the full council accept Derryberry & Davis Insurance after researching new plans. The former plan had expired effective July 1 and the council was temporarily paying for the former policy on a month by basis.

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