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Waynesfield mulls natural gas issue

February 25, 2014

Waynesfield Village Council member Rich Libby expressed hesitation to commit his business, IPS West, to bringing natural gas to Waynesfield at a council meeting Monday evening.

Libby said he was concerned that the board and the village itself are moving in the wrong direction, and is unsure if he could commit to a multi-year natural gas project because he doesn’t know if he will be able to operate his business in Waynesfield for that long.

God, Flag and Country winners

February 25, 2014

Five Wapakoneta City Schools students participated in the Fraternal Order of Eagles “God, Flag, and Country” speech contest this past Sunday at the Eagles Lodge in Wapakoneta.

In an informational packet sent to local schools, Herb Limbert, chairman of the God, Flag and Country committee, said “the purpose of this program is to instill in our young people a deeper understanding of the place of God, Flag and Country in our common lives, to make them more aware of their heritage and to make it more meaningful to them in the world today.”

Police break up bar fights

February 25, 2014

Police responded to a large fight outside of Lulu’s bar in Wapakoneta at 2:28 a.m. on Sunday.

Upon arrival, officers observed two intoxicated males fighting in the street in front of the bar.

 One of the subjects appeared to have been hit in the back of the head.

The suspect is a 33-year-old male, of Wapakoneta. According to a police report, the suspect's wife was also struck during the altercation. She requested a rescue squad, and she later refused transport.

The victim was Billy Nichols, 35, of Lima.

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