Archive - Apr 9, 2012 - News Article
CRIDERSVILLE — An area councilor gave insight on an idea that went over well with the rest of his colleagues.
Cridersville Village Council members recently discussed an idea that should allow them to keep a closer tab on expenditures in the village.
Councilor Tony Zuppardo recommended department directors for the village, including those overseeing the fire, police and water departments, should give a monthly report on what kind of call load there was for that month, how many hours of overtime were worked and why it was needed.
CELINA — Members of a local lake group received an update on a new campaign aimed at tackling external loading issues at Grand Lake St. Marys.
Grand Lake/Wabash Watershed Alliance Coordinator Laura Walker unveiled the Grand Again campaign that is being kicked off in the region during Saturday’s monthly Lake Improvement Association meeting. The campaign, which features a handful of topics, is directed at reducing the external loading — or non-point source pollution — that reaches Grand Lake St. Marys.
A local high school student has a passion for playing football.
And one day he wants to take his passion to a whole new level and coach his favorite sport.
“Football is what I’m really passionate about,” Wapakoneta High School junior Nathaniel Bracy said. “Even when I’m done playing, I still want to be involved with it.”
Bracy hopes to play football in college, while working toward a degree in education.
“I would like to become a football coach,” Bracy said of future plans.