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September 4th

With fall, residents should be aware of foul weather

September 4, 2012

ST. MARYS — As the calendar changes to September, a local county official says residents should keep the threat of severe weather in mind during fall.

September is Preparedness Month — a campaign sponsored by FEMA that looks to make residents cognizant of severe weather and disasters and how to plan accordingly for the events. Auglaize County EMA Director Troy Anderson said fall has become an active weather season for Auglaize County.

September 1st

Firefighter fired

September 1, 2012

A Wapakoneta firefighter is no longer a member of the Wapakoneta Fire Department after being terminated Friday morning.

Wapakoneta firefighter Tom Stinebaugh, who was a captain at the beginning of the year and was demoted in March, attended a formal personnel hearing this morning when Safety-Service Director Bill Rains informed Stinebaugh he would no longer be employed by the city.

“It is unfortunate,” Rains told the Wapakoneta Daily News Friday afternoon. “He violated city policies and procedures and we moved forward.”

County to add another full-time IT position

September 1, 2012

Another full-time computer operations position has been added to the Auglaize County staff .

Auglaize County Commissioner Doug Spencer said while the commissioners debated about filling an assistant county computer operations manager position with an intern, duties of that position dictated that they hire someone full-time.

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