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March 2nd

Mapping the future: County GIS map website made more user friendly

March 2, 2012

Beginning today, a new application should make navigating Auglaize County geographic information system (GIS) mapping easier.

“We tried to keep it similar to what we already had and make it simpler to use,” Auglaize County GIS Director Joe Collin said as he clicked through the site, noting changes, many of which make it more user friendly. “There are no real changes to the map application put in place in 2005 other than a few layers added over the years. It’s a lot of the same tools, we’ve just made them easier to use.”

Ship sails in

March 2, 2012

Most parents know their children can be ornery, no matter their age.

Under the circumstances, Annette Hensley is likely to forgive that tendency in her son.

U.S. Navy Petty Officer Jordan Hensley surprised his mother Thursday at the Wapakoneta Elementary School Thursday with a visit. Annette Hensley works in the cafeteria at the school.

C’ville designs new site

March 2, 2012

CRIDERSVILLE — An area village’s website will soon get a makeover, as village officials are looking into different avenues for a redesign.

Cridersville Village Administrator John McDonald and Village Operator Jarid Kohlrieser have been researching companies and individuals to hire to create a new website for the village of Cridersville.

“(Mayor) Lorali Myers asked us to check on web design options suggested by (council president) Eric West and  (former councilor) Jeff Bassitt,” McDonald said.

March 1st

Small business boost: Brown backs business incubator bill

March 1, 2012

Democratic U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown proposed business incubator legislation he says would create business incubators that would ultimately lead to more jobs in Ohio.

The bill, deemed the Business Incubator Promotion Act (BIPA)  is aimed at creating high-skill, high wage jobs across the state. Brown said that an independent report completed by the Economic Development Council (EDA) has indicated that every $10,000 in EDA funds invested in business incubators has led to the creation of 47 to 69 jobs in the state.

Retirees named

March 1, 2012

As several retirees received recognition for their work by Wapakoneta City Schools Board of Education members, board members approved several other upcoming retirements.

Wapakoneta Middle School Principal Ray Payne, Technology Coordinator Steve Schuler, third-grade teacher Yvonne Cook, high school social studies teacher Dennis Cosart, middle school science and social studies teacher Edna Elisha Smith, Title I reading teachers Jean Turner and Melanie Webb, bus driver Sheryl Beers, and Wapakoneta Elementary School para-educator Nancy Hunter are retiring this year.

New board member sworn in

March 1, 2012

A new member of the Auglaize County Elections Board was sworn into office Wednesday.

Brent Henschen, of New Knoxville, who serves as the chair of the Auglaize County Democratic Executive Committee, was the only nominee for the position left vacant after Larry Fledderjohann’s recent death. Fledderjohann served on the board since 2003.

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