Archive - Jun 29, 2011 - News Article
After 16 years, the track at Harmon Field is scheduled to be resurfaced this summer.
Wapakoneta City Schools Board of Education members Tuesday unanimously accepted the lowest bid for the work, which is expected to be completed by Aug. 1 at a total cost of $65,566.
â€śWeâ€™ve done as many repairs to it as we could,â€ť Wapakoneta City Schools Operations Director Mike Watt said. â€śThis past spring before track started, sections could be lifted up, they werenâ€™t adhered anymore. We had to adhere it with material from Loweâ€™s to get us through.â€ť
MINSTER â€” One phone call and five minutes â€” was all it took for Ohioâ€™s governor to get jobs for a handful of engineers at Dannon in Minster.Â
In a visit Tuesday touting development and investment in Ohio, Gov. John Kasich helped Dannon find engineers to fit its needs at the Minster plant. The job opportunities surfaced during a tour of the plant when the plant manager noted he needed some engineers.
Kasich called The Ohio State University President E. Gordon Gee who pledged his support.
An annual patriotic and family festival will kick off this weekend at the Auglaize County Fairgrounds.
The 61st annual St. Joe Fourth of July Festival will be held Sunday, July 3 and Monday, July 4, and will feature many festival favorites, along with some new attractions.
Chairmen of the St. Joe Festival say that this event is for the community, and one main purpose is to celebrate patriotism.
â€śOur mission of the festival is family and patriotism,â€ť co-Chair Mike Wurst said. â€śItâ€™s a family-oriented event.â€ť