Archive - Apr 15, 2013 - News Article
CBS News is reporting that police have surveillance video of someone bringing in multiple backpacks to the area of the explosions 20 minutes before they occurred.
Blood and limbs strewn throughout the blast area.
Update at 6:23 p.m.
From Staff Reports
This remains a breaking news story: Two explosions went off at the Boston Marathon's finish line. Multiple injuries reported.
A group of high school students enjoyed making audiences laugh over the weekend during their annual spring musical, as they had a fun time showing their more humorous sides.
More than 50 Wapakoneta High School students helped put on the production of “Once Upon A Mattress” this weekend.
“This is the best opening night we’ve ever had,” senior Cedric Gegel said.
Gegel remarked this production was different than the ones done previously during his high school career.
Poles just sticking out of the ground a few weeks ago along Wapak Cridersville Road now includes panels of dark glass slightly tilted to the south and east.
Crews from AP Alternatives, working for Columbus-based Solar Planet Inc., are methodically working to convert 30 acres of city ground into a solar panel field that will generate 3 megawatts of electric power for the city of Wapakoneta.
BOTKINS — Approximately 500 people turned out to celebrate the ceremonial groundbreaking of the new elementary and high school scheduled to be built in Botkins.
“Whether you are a taxpayer, voter, or volunteer, you have helped make our future brighter,” Botkins Local Schools Superintendent Connie Schneider said.
Schneider thanked school board members and the volunteer Steering Committee that worked on educating the public and making tough decisions along the way.