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Former city council president back at helm

June 17, 2011

A former president of Wapakoneta City Council is back in charge.
Auglaize County Republican Party Central Committee members voted Thursday to have previous council President Steve Henderson fill the unexpired term of former council President Don Jump, who officially vacated his office June 8.

Bridge beam below

June 17, 2011

The lowest bid for box beams needed for a new bridge on National Road came in below the engineer’s estimate.
Auglaize County Bridge Engineer Dan Bennett said United Precast, of Mount Vernon, at $45,825, submitted the lowest of two bids for the bridge box beams.
Also submitting a bid for the project was Prestress Services Industries, of Decatur, Ind., at $55,200.
The engineer’s estimate was $52,000.
The new bridge, which is to span the Grassley-Link Ditch, is approximately 0.2 miles east of Eisley Road.

Drama camp set for July

June 17, 2011

Funding cuts to the arts in schools and communities throughout the area prompted two local organizations to join forces in bringing to Wapa-koneta a program aimed at keeping youth active in drama and theater.
“To be or not to be,” a drama camp geared toward youth ages 8 to 18, is scheduled to begin July 18 and continue through July 22 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day at the St. Paul United Church of Christ, 101 S. Perry St.

Sweet success: Student completes program, first to attain full-time employment

June 17, 2011

A local partnership between an educational center and a Wapakoneta business has lead to the ultimate accomplishment for a program designed for children with autism.
The Auglaize County Educational Service Center (ESC) provides a program, Project Independence, which is a transitional program designed for children with autism to give them the skills they need to live on their own after high school.

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