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April 30th, 2015
Community Health Professionals' Beacon of Hope Fundrasier is has a date.
See tomorrow's edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News to find out the date and the details.
As a bicycle enthusiast and owner of Crankers Cycling in Wapakoneta since 2012, Kent Fultz has a passion for riding. But his love of bikes is outweighed by something else: helping people achieve their dreams.
“It really revolves around the people,” Fultz said. “Some say, 'wow, you're really passionate about bikes,' and that's true. But I'm really passionate about the people.”
The Wapakoneta Police Department will host its first of nine meetings tonight as part of a program that provides an opportunity for officers to meet with residents in specific neighborhoods within the city in the hope of increasing positive interaction between citizens and law enforcement.
Check out Singsation's annual Cabaret event on Friday at the Performing Arts Center.
For more details and the full story, see the Thursday edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
The Wapakoneta City Schools Board of Education honored nine middle school students for their achievements in the classroom at its regular board meeting Tuesday night.
Read about their accomplishments in the Wednesday, April 29 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
Wapakoneta High School students Cole Mongold and Alicia Short enjoying themselves at prom Saturday night at the Grand Plaza.
The Village of Waynesfield held its monthly council meeting tonight in Village Hall. The big news coming out of the meeting is a delay of the North Westminster Street project.
Read more about the delay and other happenings during tonight's meeting in the Tuesday, April 28 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
We have a busy week of news and events for our readers in this edition of "What's on Tap."
Below is a list of happenings in and around Wapakoneta this week. Articles on several of these events and much more will be available in the print edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News throughout the week.
Here is a list of stories you may have missed published in this week's Wapakoneta Daily News:
Monday: The West Auglaize Street project has claimed three trees already and more may die. Middle school students wins Eagles art contest. Kolbi Moell takes state title.
Tuesday: Wapakoneta City Council, Wapakoneta Fire Department receives new CPR machine and info on the Auglaize County Health Department's May 5 levy and new hirings.
Next school year, Wapakoneta Middle School will have a new principal.
Full story will be in the Saturday, April 25 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.