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February 5th, 2015

Update on Waynesfield village administrator

February 5, 2015

Waynesfield Village Administrator Fred Rowe, whose position was abolished in a vote among council members during a council meeting in July, has kept his job since then. How is that possible? Be sure to catch the story in Friday's edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

EPA says it did not know of toxic chemical at AIP

February 5, 2015

In its filing for a restraining order to stop the storage and transfer of ethylenediamine, the Ohio EPA said the company has been storing the toxic chemical since May, 2014, and only found out about it following an Aug. 26 leak.

Schools closed

February 5, 2015

Wapakoneta City Schools, Waynesfield-Goshen and Botkins are closed today, Thursday, Feb. 5.

February 4th

Spaghetti dinner to be held at YMCA

February 4, 2015

A spaghetti dinner will be held at the YMCA Saturday to benefit the YMCA 2015 Support Campaign.

For more details, see the Thursday edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

Hickory Pit BBQ opens

February 4, 2015

The Hickory Pit BBQ has opened at the Shell station on Bellefontaine St.

Police blotter

February 4, 2015

Two people were cited for marijuana possession after being pulled over by Auglaize County Sheriff's deputies.

Read about these crimes and more in tomorrow's paper.

Workman appears for sentencing

February 4, 2015

Timothy Scott Workman has appeared in Auglaize County Common Pleas Court this morning on grounds for sentencing on 79 charges of illegal use of a minor in nudity oriented and tampering with evidence.

UPDATE: A hearing earlier this morning, several motions, including motion for a new trial, was denied by Judge Frederick Pepple.

Sheriff advisory: 1 to 2 inches of snow possible this evening

February 4, 2015

The Auglaize County Sheriff's Office is advising residents to be prepared for slick roadways as the county may see 1 to 2 inches of snow throughout this evening. 

Local police seeking to enhance community relations

February 4, 2015

Wapakoneta Police Chief Russ Hunlock has announced the formation of a new 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.

PACT, which stands for “police and citizens together,” is an expansion of National Night Out, an annual event meant to enhance police-community partnerships and promote involvement in crime prevention activities. 

Trustees mull 'safe zone'

February 4, 2015

Duchouquet Township trustees heard from hunters and residents of the Oakwood Hills subdivision on Tuesday regarding goose hunting on the Auglaize River.

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