From hoof to the hook.
Large animal owners of grand and reserve champions at the Auglaize County Fair received a glimpse of how their animals would be judged by packers and butchers â€” and ultimately the consumer. They also learned the fair judges were right on with their evaluations, according to a carcass judgeâ€™s report.
A teacher who retired after 35 years from Cridersville Elementary at the end of the school year has found a new job â€” caring for her first grandchild.
Vicki Bailey plans to watch 6-week-old Addison at least two days a week at her home in Marysville. When she is not there watching her granddaughter, Bailey also plans to visit her often.
For the full story, see the Thursday, Aug. 8, 2013, edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
An explosion of color and creativity covered the walls of the Fine Arts Building at the Auglaize County Fair last week.
Student art projects, including drawings, paintings, pottery, photography and other forms of art were exhibited for members of the community to enjoy. Participating schools included students from Wapakoneta, New Knoxville, St. Marys, Waynesfield-Goshen, Cridersville and New Bremen.
For the complete story, see the Thursday, Aug. 8, 2013, edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.