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Dog law ‘a mistake’

July 30, 2012

A new state law permitting dogs “one free bite” is more restrictive and creating more red tape for dog wardens, one county official says in criticizing the law which took effect May 22.

“In my opinion, this law was a mistake,” Auglaize County Dog Warden Russ Bailey said. “There are some state officials who have predicted we will see a steady increase in pit bull attacks.”

Jamboree equals family fun

July 30, 2012

UNIOPOLIS — Every summer the Hall family returns to Uniopolis for the annual Uniopolis Firemen’s Jamboree to benefit the village’s fire department.

Josh Hall grew up in the rural Auglaize County village and his parents still live in town. For years, he has been bringing his wife, Shonda, and their three children back to enjoy the festival he grew up attending every year as a child.

“We come every single year,” Shonda Hall said.

Auglaize County Fair is in full swing

July 30, 2012

The 160th version of the Auglaize County Fair is now in full swing.

“It’s going terrific,” Auglaize County Fair Manager Fred Piehl said Sunday. “They are still going in and we are putting the finishing touches on everything.”

Sunday’s schedule saw a full slate of events, including the 4-H Style Review, Open Class Beef Breeding Show, wrestling and the Truck War. Piehl said the 4-H members in the county are one of the largest contingents in the state.

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