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January 28th, 2015
With rising temperatures, the previous advisory has been canceled, according to the Sheriff's office.
The village of Cridersville has some big plans in store for 2015. Village council, Cridersville Adminstrator Jarid Kohlrieser and Cridersville Police Chief John Drake, along with Executive Director of the Wapakoneta Area Economic Development Council Greg Myers, shared their plans Wednesday night during the Committee of a Whole meeting with what they would like to see done throughout 2015.
For more details, be sure to grab Thursday's copy of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
Tonight's Committee of the Whole meeting in Cridersville has been moved to the shelter house at Tower Park. Start time is still 7:30pm.
A longstanding restaurant that has been a staple in the community of Lakeview has gotten a facelift thanks to a new owner who transformed it from a nautical-themed seafood and steak restaurant to an upscale, casual Italian bistro.
J. Capitano's, formerly known as Captain's Point, will open its doors to the public Feb. 5, 6 and 7 for a soft opening, and will begin regular business hours starting Feb. 11.
There are a number of hearings today in the Auglaize County Common Pleas Courtroom, including a number of pretrials, a couple of sentencing hearings and a change of plea hearing.
Follow www.wapakdailynews.com for more updates throughout the day and be sure to see the Friday, Jan. 30 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
David Harris Andrews, 26, charged with rape, gross sexual imposition and unlawful sexual conduct with a minor made his pretrial appearance in court with family here to support him.
He did not stand in front of Judge Frederick People.
The new Botkins Village Council president formally accepted the role during this evening's meeting held at 7 p.m.
For more details and coverage of the meeting, see the Wednesday, Jan. 28 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
Auglaize County Dog Warden Russ Bailey has announced that the deadline to purchase dog tags without a penalty has been extended from Saturday, Jan. 31 to Monday, Feb. 2.
Read the full story in the Tuesday, Jan. 27 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
Wapakoneta Police Chief Russel Hunlock is advising residents who have been parked on a city street for 48 hours or more to move their vehicles by this evening, Jan. 27.
Due to Sunday's snowfall, several vehicles have remained on public streets without being moved, Hunlock said.
If they are not moved by tonight, drivers may be issued a parking ticket.
The 48-hour parking law is part of a city ordinance.
The village of Waynesfield has voted a new solicitor effective immediately through 2017.
New president elected on council.
See the Tuesday, Jan. 27 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News for more details.
There is plenty to look forward to in this upcoming week's edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
Waynesfield Village Council meeting at 7:30 p.m., look for the story in Tuesday's paper.
Snow pictures in Tuesday's paper!
Botkins Village Council meeting at 7 p.m., look for the story in Wednesday's paper.
Story Time at the Auglaize County Public Library, look for pictures in Wednesday's paper.
Court cases, look for the story in Thursday's paper.
Preview of upcoming events at the Auglaize County Library in Wednesday's paper.