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Holiday Open House start festive season

November 4, 2013

Many early bird shoppers broke out the holiday gift wrap this past weekend during the Holiday Open House in downtown Wapakoneta. 
“I enjoy seeing all the Christmas things they have out this time of year,” Cheryl Bailey, of Wapakoneta, said while “out on the town” with a group of friends. “You might just find some good bargains, too.”
Bailey and her friends browsed Casa Chic’s new holiday goods after having lunch at The tSpot. 
The open house was sponsored by Wapakoneta Antique and Specialty Shops (WASS), a 19-year-old partnership of shop owners in Wapakoneta.

Day of treats

November 4, 2013

After a storm forced the postponement of trick or treat from Thursday evening to Saturday afternoon, several parents say they would prefer holding trick or treat during the evening hours, but many understood the reason for the change and pointed out the advantages and disadvantages to having their children out during the day.

Bylaws pass Fair vote

November 4, 2013

Auglaize County Agricultural Society members swept in new rules and regulations for the organization’s by-laws and re-elected an entire slate of incumbent directors running for re-election to the board.
Forty-two people cast ballots in the Junior Fair Building at the Auglaize County Fairgrounds and passed four changes to sections of the Fair Board’s Constitution with the most significant change affecting when annual memberships can be sold.

Holiday season kicks off

November 4, 2013

Wapakoneta began preparing for the holidays only one day after Halloween, with the Wapakoneta Antique and Specialty Shops (WASS) sponsoring the Holiday Open House this weekend.
The event began Friday and will continue today and Sunday and will include most shops along Auglaize Street and a few other specialty shops. They will be extending their hours in celebration of the beginning of the holiday season, which, in Wapakoneta, is always the first weekend in November.
“We have such a wonderful blend of eclectic shops in Wapakoneta,” WASS President Landa Tomlinson said.

DC trips leads to learning, understanding

November 4, 2013

The federal government shutdown did not hinder one local middle school group from learning and experiencing the nation’s capital.
Fifty-two Botkins Middle School’s eighth-grade students, who took a trip to Washington, D.C. in mid-October, still received a private tour of the capital city and other national landmarks, while lawmakers deliberated during the shutdown that ended on Oct. 16, one day after students returned from their trip.

Electorate to decide seats

November 4, 2013

Wapakoneta and eastern Auglaize County residents will be able to hit the voting booths Tuesday to elect local leaders.
The polls are set to open at 6:30 p.m. and will close at 7:30 p.m.
In Wapakoneta, voters must decide between four candidates for three councilor-at-large seats on Wapakoneta City Council.
The candidates are Republicans Tom Finkelmeier Jr. and Dan Graf, Democrat Randy Fisher and non-partisan candidate Rachel Barber. (A question and answer with the candidates appears on Page 5A and Page 6A.)

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