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September 15th, 2011

Prosecutor rules petitions are still valid

September 15, 2011

Two petitions questioned by the Ohio Secretary of State’s Office are to remain on the Auglaize County ballot in November.
A 0.8-mill school renewal levy for permanent improvements in Minster schools and a liquor option for Sunday sales for Layla Inc., JTs, in the Kroger plaza in St. Marys, were reviewed by Auglaize County Prosecuting Attorney Ed Pierce upon the state’s request and he recommended they stay on the ballot.

Showing 'Skins spirit

September 15, 2011

For some, the mark of a Wapakoneta Redskin fan is easy to identify.
On some portion of the asphalt or concrete at a home or business, the familiar Wapakoneta logo, a “W” with an arrow through the capital letter, can be purchased to show a fan’s support for the Redskins.

Golf carts, not cars to carry court

September 15, 2011

Convertibles used to transport the Wapakoneta High School court around the football field in the past are being replaced by golf carts.
“In the past, the homecoming court has paraded around the track in convertible cars to kick off the homecoming ceremonies,” said teacher Julie Courter, who advises Student Senate, which organizes homecoming. “This year, the court will participate in the parade using golf carts.”

September 14th

Caroline Irene Heise, 73

September 14, 2011

Caroline Irene Heise, 73 of Wapakoneta, and formerly of Kenton, died at 12:19 p.m. Monday, Sept. 12, 2011, at Lima Memorial Health Systems in Lima.
She was born June 14, 1938 in Kenton, to Dorothy Katherine (Resch) and Stephen Edward Dick. On July 28, 1971 she married George O. Heise, Sr. who survives in Lima.
Also surviving are three sons, John M. McKinley, Richard D. McKinley, Sam E. Heise; and two daughters: Ann M. McKinley, and Roberta L. Alexander.
No public visitations or services are planned.

Janice Schroeder, 74

September 14, 2011

Janice R. Schroeder, 74, 387 Lawrence Road, Delaware, died at 5:15 a.m. Sunday, Sept.11, 2011, at her residence following a brief illness.
She was born April 19, 1937, in New Knoxville, the daughter of Aurora (Wierwille) and Raymond Eversman. On March 13, 1954, she married Charles Schroeder and he survives at the residence.
Also surviving are two sons, Robin Schroeder, of Delaware, and Joe Schroeder, of Martha’s Vineyard, Mass.
She was preceded in death by a son, Michael Schroeder.

Betty Reichelderfer, 87

September 14, 2011

Betty J. Reichelderfer, 87, of Cridersville, died at 2:37 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 10, 2011, at Cridersville Health Care.
She was born Feb. 14, 1924 in Wapakoneta, to Frances R. (Fricke) and Harry Benjamin. Both parents are deceased. On Jan. 19, 1946, she married Fred J. Reichelderfer, who survives in Cridersville.

BOYS SOCCER: Celina tops Wapak

September 14, 2011

It took less than 10 minutes for the tide to turn.
And turn it did.
The Celina Bulldogs scored three goals in a span of 9:19 to pull out a 3-2 win over the Wapakoneta Redskins in a Western Buckeye League varsity boys soccer match Tuesday at Ryan Field.
Trailing 1-0 late in the first half, Celina tied it at the 10:07 mark, took a 2-1 lead on an own-goal by Wapak, and stretched it to 3-1 with 48 seconds left in the half.
From there the Bulldogs held on, allowing just an Andy Faller penalty kick in the second half for the 3-2 win.

PREP ROUNDUP: 'Cats edge short-handed 'Skins

September 14, 2011

The Minster Wildcats posted a 180-206 win over the Wapakoneta Redskins in a varsity girls golf match Tuesday at the Wapakoneta Country Club.
Wapak sent out just four players as No. 2 golfer Shelby Kohler missed her second-straight match with an illness.
Courtney Knippen and Hannah Smith both carded 47’s to lead the Redskins. It was a personal-best round for Smith.
“Even though we did not come out with a win tonight the ladies played much more in control of their games,” Wapak coach Dawn West said. “It was a nice comeback from last night’s match. ...

Food service license fees may increase

September 14, 2011

Auglaize County Health Department officials are considering increases to food service license fees.
Environmental Health Director Curt Anderson distributed charts of Auglaize County’s current fees and those of 22 health department in the state’s northwest district to Auglaize County Health Board members during Tuesday’s meeting to compare and review during the next month as they prepare to hear proposals for fee increases locally.

Winner crowned at Dash for Cash contest

September 14, 2011

ST. MARYS — Seventy-two people walked into Easy Campground in St. Marys with an equal shot of walking away with $10,000 as part of a promotion hosted by two area newspapers.
The Evening Leader, of St. Marys, and the Wapakoneta Daily News crowned the winner of the Dash for the Cash promotion Tuesday night. One-by-one, 72 participants walked across the stage until there was only one left standing. In the end, New Bremen resident Jon Wente walked away with the cash and a smile.

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