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Festival of Trees

November 13, 2012

Festival of Trees start Wednesday at the Gardens in Wapakoneta.

Horse that escapes fire back at home

November 13, 2012

Blaze is back home.

The 12-year-old Tennessee Walker burned out of his barn when it caught fire Thursday returned to his home at 15115 Ramga Road Monday and his makeshift stall.

In a steady rain, Lee and Ray Holbrook welcomed Blaze home and introduced him to his new living quarters until spring — an 18-foot square temporary structure made of scaffolding and 2- by 4-inch pieces of wood and a hot house canvas.

Students host annual Veterans Day program

November 13, 2012

Wapakoneta Middle School students hosted its 12th annual Veterans Day Celebration Program Monday in the school’s gymnasium.

While there was no official count on the number of veterans attending the event, Alyissa Horn, a seventh-grader and Student Council president, said they typically have “a couple hundred veterans” and the turnout is growing each year.

“Most of the veterans attending are family members of the students, but not all of them,” Horn said. “We try to get the word out to everyone.”

Cridersville talks pay

November 13, 2012

CRIDERSVILLE — As a local village gets ready to fill an administrative position, its councilors have decided on at least a salary range.

The Cridersville village administrator position will soon be vacant, as Village Administrator John McDonald announced his retirement effective Dec. 31.

“We are hopeful to get it filled before John McDonald leaves,” Cridersville Mayor Lorali Myers said of the post.

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