The distinctive Wapakoneta businessâs light green truck is flipped over. The truck sits resting on a piece of metal at a 30-degree angle. Mangled metal stabs the ground and broken glass lies around the cab.
Approximately 25 firefighters and auxiliary firefighters with the Wapakoneta Fire Department quickly move around the truck determining the best location to place cribbing as a shift captain explains what needs to be done and giving them the reasons for its placement. Rain pelts the soaked ground, making the most stable of ground
even less reliable.
From sweet corn husked straight out of the field to tomatoes fresh from the vine, students in the Wapakoneta City Schools this year are eating local produce as part of their lunches.
Already this year, students at Wapakoneta Middle School and Wapakoneta High School have enjoyed sweet corn grown in a field by an FFA student. Slices of tomato grown by other FFA students in a community garden also are making their way onto sandwiches.
âWeâre already discussing what we can do next year,â Wapakoneta City Schools Food Service Supervisor Lori McKean said.
Deputies and detectives from the Auglaize County Sheriffâs Office along with CSX Railroad Police officers Thursday determined the likely cause of death of a CSX employee.
CSX employee Dennis A. Hemme, 59, of Cincinnati, died from injuries sustained when he was pinned between two rail cars as cars were being moved.