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Miss Teen Ohio headed to national pageant

August 11, 2011

Before heading to compete in a national pageant, a 17-year-old Wapakoneta High School senior gave her local community a preview of what she would be presenting to the nation next week.

County animals score with industry best

August 11, 2011

The Ohio State University graduate student Alexandra Gress quickly pointed out Wednesday the Auglaize County Junior Fair offered “cuts that certainly rank well with industry standards” during the carcass review at Kah Meats.
“Comparitively speaking, things were certainly at the industry average,” said Gress, who has been judging carcasses for fairs since 2007. ”The pork was very good quality. The grand and dairy steers were very good quality, too.”

Health Dept. terminates social services contract

August 11, 2011

A contract for social services offered as part of the family planning program at the Auglaize County Health Department has been terminated.
“We’re streamlining family planning,” Auglaize County Health Commissioner Charlotte Parsons said of the decision after the Auglaize County Health Board’s meeting this week. “We don’t feel we can afford to offer it any more.”
Parsons said the decision was made as the department continues to receive less funding through grants and other sources.

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