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Prescription drug abuse on rise

February 24, 2012

With a death rate higher than all deaths for cocaine and heroin combined, abuse of prescription drugs and painkillers is gaining more attention.

Auglaize County Medical Director Dr. Juan Torres said the increased misuse and abuse of prescription drugs has led to a public health problem.

“People tend to think that because the doctor gave them to them they must be good,” Torres said. “Pain killers are thought of as a type of medicine that they need more of once they run out.”

City budget intact: Rec Fund changes proposed, delayed for supplemental

February 24, 2012

The document outlining the city’s spending for 2012 is to stay intact.

The ordinance setting the budget for 2012 will proceed through the legislative process as planned after Wapakoneta City Council Finance Committee members recommended no change be made to the Recreation Department Fund.

Wapakoneta Recreation Director Jack Hayzlett had voiced concerns to 1st Ward Councilor Jim Neumeier, who chairs the Parks and Recreation Committee, regarding line items being shortchanged in the Recreation Department Fund.

Library to teach about electronic books

February 24, 2012

The local library will be hosting a class to help patrons with using their electronic reader.

Auglaize County District Public Library administrators saw the need to create a class for library patrons with helping them to properly use an electronic book, including the Kindle, Nook, Sony Reader, iPad and others.

“Our numbers have skyrocketed,” Auglaize County Public Library Assistant Director Diana Schneider said.

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