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Taking pride in school

May 15, 2012

Wapakoneta Middle School students came together on Monday afternoon to take pride in their school and help clean it up.

Students and staff celebrated the first-ever Pride Day, an idea that came about in a teacher-leadership team meeting whose focus is community pride.

“We want the kids to be proud of their school and take care of it and have some ownership,” Wapakoneta Middle School Principal Ray Payne said.

Continuing talks: Cridersville discusses budget, overtime issues

May 15, 2012

CRIDERSVILLE — Officials with a local village continue to discuss employee salaries, focusing primarily on overtime pay.

On Monday, Cridersville Village Council members hit a road block when they struggled to make a motion to pay necessary bills for May.

“When we pay bills does this OK wages for employees?” Councilor Rick Walls said when Council President Eric West asked for a motion to pass this.

“The pay package ordinance was a done deal and approved at the beginning of the year,” Village Solicitor Jim Hearn said.

Tiger heads list of logos

May 15, 2012

WAYNESFIELD — Waynesfield-Goshen Board of Education members officially accepted a submission from a long-time resident and made that design the official logo for the school.

Alice Carter, a familiar sight at athletic and other school-related events in the community, submitted the winner entry out of 28 submitted. Carter is a professional photographer and takes pictures at many school events.

Young farmer dreams of career in football

May 15, 2012

Living on a farm, a Wapakoneta Elementary School first-grader helps feed the calves and pigs and even gets to drive a Ford tractor.
“It’s not fake, it’s real,” Tyler Houser says. “It’s like 10 feet in the air. I’ve been driving it for a year and a half and I’m pretty good at it.”
But he’s quick to note he doesn’t drive cars, just the tractor around his family’s rural Wapakoneta farm.
With it, he fills in holes, covers spots, picks up rocks and uses the forks to lift straw bales for bedding.
Tyler still rides with his dad in the sprayer and loves it when he drives fast.

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