Archive - Mar 22, 2013 - News Article
The county medical director brought attention to a new virus originating in the Middle East.
Discovered last year, the â€śnovel coronavirusâ€ť â€” which is named after the virusâ€™s crown-like projections visible under a microscope â€” appears to be related to viruses in bats and goats, and presents itself as a severe case of the flu. In older people, it can develop into pneumonia.
â€śItâ€™s a new respiratory virus,â€ť Auglaize County Medical Director Dr. Juan Torres said. â€śWe still donâ€™t know how bad it is or how big of a problem it will be for public health.â€ť
A cut of a ribbon signified the grand opening of a retail store in Wapakoneta.
The Goodwill Easter Seals of Miami Valley opened its newest Goodwill store at 1240 Bellefontaine St., Wapakoneta, and an official says the business plans to bring more than just a retail store to the community.
â€śWe are more than retail stores,â€ť Goodwill Easter Seals Miami Valley Marketing and Communication Specialist Kim Bramlage said. â€śAll retail store proceeds support more than 40 programs and services.â€ť
These programs and services build on the
A new restaurant offering both Chinese-style foods and American favorites opens at 11 a.m. today.
Old Town Buffet, which also is to feature a Mongolian and barbecue grill, plans to open offering both its buffet or dinners available for dine-in or take out.
Old Town Buffet owner Neng Lin said Wapakoneta seemed the perfect place for him to open another restaurant. He currently also has restaurants in Bryan and Bowling Green.
â€śWe thought it was the perfect place with it being in the shopping center,â€ť Lin said.