Archive - Sep 15, 2011 - News Article
Two petitions questioned by the Ohio Secretary of State‚Äôs 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‚Äôs request and he recommended they stay on the ballot.
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 ‚ÄúW‚ÄĚ with an arrow through the capital letter, can be purchased to show a fan‚Äôs support for the Redskins.
Convertibles used to transport the Wapakoneta High School court around the football field in the past are being replaced by golf carts.
‚ÄúIn the past, the homecoming court has paraded around the track in convertible cars to kick off the homecoming ceremonies,‚ÄĚ said teacher Julie Courter, who advises Student Senate, which organizes homecoming. ‚ÄúThis year, the court will participate in the parade using golf carts.‚ÄĚ