With a list of buildings in need of being razed, Wapakoneta city administrators plan to seek state funds to help demolish the structures.
Wapakoneta Mayor Rodney Metz said the city is working with the county to obtain state funds through the Moving Ohio Forward Demolition grant program and to take advantage of $75 million in state funds available through the Ohio Attorney General’s Office.
A group of vendors crowd a downtown park each Saturday during the summer and this past Saturday they gathered for a preview to this year’s Farmers Market at Heritage Park.
Don Steinke, owner of Steinke’s Bee World and organizer of the event, said it is the third year they have had a preview for the event.
“We start about two weeks early,” Steinke said. “It gives everyone a chance to see what will be available throughout the year.”
One of the Wapakoneta High School’s top five students has a line of pharmacists in her family — and that is what she plans to study after high school.
Senior Michelle Mosler will soon be sporting her cap and gown at the Wapakoneta High School Class of 2012 graduation ceremony, as she says goodbye to one chapter in her life and gets ready to open another.
“I like science and everyone in my family is a pharmacist,” Mosler said.