Archive - Apr 23, 2012 - News Article
The Austrian Alps came alive with the sound of music as Maria Rainer walked through the mountain plains, and the soft voices of the Von Trapp children could be heard once again in the Trapp Villa.
A cast of students from Wapakoneta City Schools filled the Wapakoneta Performing Arts Center this weekend to perform the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical “The Sound of Music” under the direction of Todd Christopher.
For Wapakoneta High School senior Kelsey Barrett playing Maria was the last time she performed on stage in a major school production.
Prices for herbicides used to kill weeds along county roadways and open ditches have seen little increase since last year.
“It’s one of the few items that have stabilized, where we have seen no large increase,” Auglaize County Engineer Doug Reinhart said.
Bids recently accepted for the herbicides were for $299.73 a gallon for Milestone from Red River, Arborchem and CWC. It marked an increase of 27 cents from 2011.
BOTKINS — Seven-year-old Hope Alig is best known for her smile that always seems to be on her face.
However, just talking a few minutes with her and you realize there is a more to her than just a smile.
The daughter of Candy and Jason Alig is the youngest of four children, two sisters and a brother. However, all of her siblings are grown.