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Principal retires: Payne enjoyed teaching, coaching, staff

May 30, 2012

A man who has been in the education field for 39 years will be saying goodbye to the Wapakoneta City School District as he retires after this school year.

Wapakoneta Middle School Principal Ray Payne will soon be cleaning out his office and saying goodbye to fellow cohorts as he prepares for retirement. His last day is July 1.

Will powers and wires center

May 30, 2012

Wapakoneta Boy Scout Jacob Will of Wapakoneta Troop 4 received recognition Tuesday for completing his Eagle Scout project at the St. Joseph Catholic Church Faith Center.

For his project, Will wired the entire Faith Center for internet access. The building, which was remodeled in 1999, was originally built in 1900.

“I got a lot of pride from doing this project,” Will said. “I think it earned me faith from the community and from the St. Joe community that I can do a big project and get things done.”

Animal ban tabled

May 30, 2012

WAYNESFIELD — Waynesfield Village Council members Tuesday tabled an ordinance banning agricultural animals within the city limits after residents came and argued their case.

Last month, councilors discussed the ordinance after Police Chief Nathan Motter asked for them to clear up language in the former ordinance that made it difficult to be enforced in the past.

Motter had pointed out three properties in the town that were in violation of the ordinance.

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