Archive - Oct 31, 2011 - News Article
By staff reports
The Wapakoneta Redskins football team is in the state playoffs.
Wapakoneta City Schools administrators met today with Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) officials, who decided the football team is still eligible to play. The student-athlete found in violation of the rule is still ineligible.
Wapakoneta City Schools Superintendent Keith Horner said school officials met with OHSAA Commissioner Dr. Dan Ross and his assistant commissioners at their office in Columbus.
Zombies once again invaded downtown Wapakoneta this past weekend.
The KAPOW (Kids A Priority of Wapakoneta) Club hosted their second ‚ÄúDARE To Be A Zombie Walk‚ÄĚ on Saturday, with all the proceeds benefitting the Auglaize County DARE Program.
Approximately 70 creatively dressed zombies of all ages roamed around downtown Wapakoneta to haunted music, playing on the downtown sound system, as spectators watched and took pictures.
Three thefts ‚ÄĒ two at Bellefontaine Street businesses and one on Lima Street ‚ÄĒ were reported last week.
Gretchen Hager, who works for Radio Shack, reported to Wapakoneta Police Department officers the theft of a PlayStation game controller valued at $29.99 from the business. The theft occurred between 6:30 and 6:45 p.m. Wednesday at the store located at 1252 Bellefontaine St.
The theft would be a first-degree misdemeanor.
Two suspects are believed to be involved in the theft.
A Wapakoneta Middle School seventh-grader says she enjoys all aspects of schools.
Thirteen-year-old Cassidy Hughes enjoys the social time with her friends and also the academic part and being challenged in her classes.
‚ÄúI like everything about school,‚ÄĚ Cassidy said. ‚ÄúI like hanging out with my friends and I‚Äôm interested in learning.‚ÄĚ
Cassidy said she enjoys many subjects, including language arts, science and social studies.
‚ÄúI like to read and writing,‚ÄĚ the student said. ‚ÄúI read a lot.‚ÄĚ
When asked what her favorite book was, Cassidy could not pin-point just one.