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April 11th

County’s health remains steady, according to survey

April 11, 2012

Auglaize County remains the 10th healthiest county in the state, according to a national survey published recently by the University of Wisconsin.

“County Health Rankings and Roadmaps — A Healthier Nation, County by County” is in its third year of taking a closer look at the health of counties across the country with the end goal being to pinpoint areas communities can work toward improving.

April 10th

Sidewalks underway: Cridersville state project almost completed

April 10, 2012

CRIDERSVILLE — New sidewalks are estimated to be in place and completed within the next week or two in Cridersville, the mayor says.

Crews are working on installing sidewalks in Cridersville to connect Main Street to the new Cridersville Elementary School on Reichelderfer Road.

“Work is happening on the west side of Carlisle Street and the east side of Reichelderfer Road,” Cridersville Mayor Lorali Myers said.

Myers noted she is pleased the project is almost complete, in time for the spring and upcoming walking season.

Honoring those who served

April 10, 2012

It’s for those who are serving. It’s for those who served and came home. It’s for those who have the scars of war. It’s for those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

Wapakoneta resident and Vietnam War veteran Ralph Reynolds is raising funds to erect an 8-foot tall, 3-foot wide, 12-inch thick marble monument for the entrance at Veterans Memorial Park. The memorial would honor the soldiers who fought during Operation Iraqi Freedom in Iraq and Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan.

Radical change in daily schedule stirs local board

April 10, 2012

WAYNESFIELD — Waynesfield-Goshen Board of Education members discussed making a radical change to its schedule during Monday’s meeting.

April 9th

Closer tab on budget: Council discusses new way to give dept. reports

April 9, 2012

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.

Efforts target loading

April 9, 2012

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.

High school junior has passion for football

April 9, 2012

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.

April 6th

Lewis: Give yourself to Jesus

April 6, 2012

“Truly this man was God’s son.”

These words were spoken to Jesus right after he took his last breath on the cross.

At the last installment of the Wapakoneta Area Ministerial Association Lenten Luncheons, the Rev. Ward Lewis, of the Church of the Nazarene, dug deeper into these words.

“I believe that is why you are all here because you believe he surely was the son of God,” Lewis said at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Wapakoneta on Friday afternoon.

Lifting mishap helps save local's life

April 6, 2012

Twelve years ago, a local resident who did not have any symptoms learned she was diagnosed with cancer.

Sixty-nine-year-old Dianna Johnson spent her career working as a nurse, so she often had labor intensive tasks, such as lifting people in and out of their beds.

“I had hurt my back lifting my dad,” the 1960 Wapakoneta High School graduate said. “I’m a nurse, so I have lifted patients for close to 50 years.”

Leaders vet rail authority move

April 6, 2012

With a rail line in place for the industrial park, Wapakoneta city leaders have been spurred to develop a local rail authority.

Wapakoneta Mayor Rodney Metz and Wapakoneta Area Economic Development Council Executive Director Greg Myers say they believe the establishment of a rail authority for Wapakoneta’s newest industrial park is inevitable and its existence should prove to be advantageous for the city.

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