Archive - Mar 5, 2014 - News Article
With interests ranging from sunsets to clowns and fruit, local artists gathered at Riverside Art Center in Wapakoneta for one passion they had in common — photography.
Calen Fledderjohan, 16, of St. Marys, entered the youth category, submitting animal, landscape and still life photographs.
Fledderjohan and his best friend and fellow artist, Skylar Hennon, 16, of St. Marys, attended the opening reception.
The two said they enjoyed viewing the various works of art at the photography exhibit.
“Houston, we have a problem,” is one of, if not the most misquoted historical quote of all time, and some of that is probably attributed to Tom Hanks’ performance as Jim Lovell in Apollo 13.
Executive director of the Armstrong Air and Space Museum, Chris Burton, explained the historically accurate quote is, “Houston, we’ve had a problem,” at the museum on Tuesday night while giving the Museum at the Movies tour.
We’re down to nine.
Director of Public Service and Safety Bill Rains told City Council on Monday that the number of residences receiving water from their neighbors through the use of hoses had been reduced to nine.
That was from a high of about 30 reported last week.
Rains told councilors that after the article ran in the Wapakoneta Daily News, he received a call from the Environmental Protection Agency on the matter.
The EPA had previously told the City of Delphos that the use of garden hoses was not an acceptable solution.