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Working to bag a state title

August 31, 2012

Two local grocery store baggers have proven they are very unlikely to leave customers with broken eggs or smashed bread.

Brad Severt and Josh Apple, baggers at the Wapakoneta Community Market on Defiance Street, recently swept a regional “best bagger” competition held at the local store and advanced to a state contest earlier this month at Ray’s Market, in Lima.

Youth drivers target of program

August 31, 2012

With teen motorists remaining Ohio’s most at-risk group for being involved in a traffic crash, efforts are being made statewide to help these new motorists remain in control behind the wheel.

A new program being implemented by the Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP) is meant to educate high school students about the dangers new motorists face, as well as the importance of good decision making.

Texting ban starts today, motorists warned

August 31, 2012

Local law enforcement officials are hoping a new law banning texting while driving will enforce itself for the most part as it takes effect today.

The new law bans all adults 18 years of age or older from sending or reading text-based messages from behind the wheel of a car.

The offense is a secondary offense, which means law enforcement cannot make a stop based on viewing someone texting messages. The offense is a minor misdemeanor.

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