Archive - Jan 26, 2012 - News Article
Wapakoneta police officer Pat Green called in and learned the motorcyclist in front of his cruiser was a suspect in a felony crime. He started his pursuit.
In a short time, the chase reached high speeds — some eclipsing triple digits. Green managed to stay with the motorcyclist for a period of time before he started weaving through traffic. Green decided to stop his pursuit to ensure the safety of other motorists and himself.
In two more blocks, the motorcyclist crashed.
Staff at a local museum are working on new exhibits — which will help update what has happened in space and aviation history since the last renovation of the building.
The Armstrong Air & Space Museum is undergoing changes for the upcoming year, and will be incorporating a new type of exhibit, a museum executive says.
“We are working on two new exhibits that highlight things since the museum was last renovated,” Armstrong Air & Space Museum Director Chris Burton said.
Members of the Wapakoneta City Schools Board of Education were recognized Tuesday for their service during a regular their monthly meeting.
The recognition of the five board members — Willie Sammetinger, Ron Mertz, Brent Schwartz, Pat Gibson and Eric McKinniss — is done annually during school board recognition month, which falls in January.
Wapakoneta City Schools and Waynesfield-Goshen Local Schools are delayed two hours.