Archive - Mar 6, 2013 - News Article
The WDN is pretty proud to report we received two nominations in the Ohio Associated Press Newspaper Awards program: one for best sports columnist, Thomas Bradley; and for our special "Wink at the Moon" section published following the death of Neil Armstrong. Winners will be announced later this year.
A snow storm that dumped more than 7 inches of snow on the region snarled morning traffic, closed area schools and forced residents throughout Auglaize County to dig out of what could be the season’s last storm.
Auglaize County EMA Director Troy Anderson said he measured between 7 and 8 inches of snow throughout Auglaize County. Drifts can top 3 feet.
Auglaize County economic development directors, working in collaboration with Mercer County economic development officials, are looking for ways to expand their services.
Hometown Opportunity, which started as a website, HometownOpportunity.com, in the fall, seeks to pair job hunters — no matter where they may be — with county and area employers.
Waynesfield Village Administrator Fred Rowe and Fanning-Howey and Associates adviser Craig Mescher met with the Auglaize County commissioners Tuesday to discuss the possibility of funding neighborhood revitalization programs in Waynesfield with Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds that the county will receive later this year.
Wapakoneta City Schools closed today, March 6, due to inclement weather.
Other schools closed due to inclement weather includes Botkins Local Schools, St. Marys City Schools, and Waynesfield-Goshen Local Schools.