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November 3rd, 2014
Allocating funds to replace two vehicles was the top priority discussed among county commissioners and Auglaize Acres Administrator Kim Sudhoff during a budget meeting Oct. 30.
The retirement home currently owns a wheelchair-accessible van and a Ford Crown Victoria car that are used for transporting residents. Both vehicles are starting to break down in one way or another, Sudhoff said, and will “definitely” be replaced within the next year.
What do you get when you cross beloved classic tunes, modern hits, dancing and a magic show? The Wapakoneta High School’s Redskin Revue, that’s what.
The Redskin Revue, held at 6:30 p.m. Saturday night, was comprised of 20 acts, all performed by high school students who auditioned for a spot. It was held in the Wapakoneta Performing Arts Center and was broken up into two acts with a brief intermission in between.
WAYNESFIELD – The Waynesfield Police Department has seen an increase in the number of identity theft reports, Waynesfield Police Chief Nathan Motter said. In the past six months, police have been made aware of several people from Waynesfield becoming an identity theft victim, and the number of cases are alarming.
Alex Tuttle is not your average Wapakoneta High School graduate.
Sure, he struggled in school, he played sports, ran around with friends and went through that typical teenage phase that we all go through, but no one can compare with Tuttle’s life growing up in Wapakoneta.
A local judge who is in charge of the budget for the Auglaize County Common Pleas Court has requested an additional $4,000 for 2015, but more funds may be needed.
Judge Fred Pepple asked the Auglaize County Commissioners to increase witness fees from $4,000 in 2014 to $8,000 in 2015 during a budget meeting Tuesday. For now, this increase is the only change in the budget from this year to next year.
The county’s solid waste policy council continued the work of updating the county’s solid waste management plan with a meeting Thursday afternoon in the auditorium of the county administration building.
The work began back in June when Jim Skora, of GT Environmental Inc., provided councilors and county commissioners with an overview of the document and discussed the procedures for updating it.
November and December are fast approaching, hinting that time of the year. No not Thanksgiving, Black Friday or just the Christmas holiday.
It’s time for the reopening of Mercy Unlimited’s Christmas Store on Auglaize Street in Wapakoneta.
The clearing out of the Auglaize River got a little closer to home Wednesday as the contractor began work near the Hamilton Street bridge.
The area of the work will then move to the Harrison Street bridge and clear debris upstream towards county Route 25A.
“The original bid stated that the contractor is to remove severely leaning trees and debris,” Auglaize County Engineer Doug Reinhart said.
Although there may not be any ghosts lurking in the dark corners of Wapakoneta, the town is home to “the greatest mystery in Auglaize County history.”
Tour guide Rachel Barber stood at the courthouse in front a group of twenty or so people. It was the last stop of Wednesday’s Historical Haunted Walking Tour and Barber was gearing up to tell the last story of the night — the story of Queen Lil.
CRIDERSVILLE — Board members honored Cridersville Elementary students for academic excellence during Tuesday night’s Wapakoneta Board of Education meeting and the district’s finances are looking good halfway through the five-year forecast plan.
Second graders Brantsyn Clausing and Abigail Makuh were recognized along with third graders Madison Baily, Ruby Miller and fourth grader Austin West.