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June 17th, 2013

Area experts teach proper techniques

June 17, 2013

MOULTON — With one eye closed, an 11-year-old boy uses his other eye to peer down the barrel of the rifle, exhales, relaxes and then pulls the trigger — taking aim at and hitting a paper target.
For the complete story, see the Monday, June 17 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

June 15th

God's Storehouse celebrates 30th year in existence

June 15, 2013

Helping people has always been the mission of God’s Storehouse and for 30 years, the volunteers running the local food pantry have been able to do just that.

God’s Storehouse recently celebrated its 30th year of serving the community with the need continuing to grow. In 2012, God’s Storehouse distributed $57,000 in food, a steady increase from $26,821 in 2008, $44,145 in 2009, and $47,621 in 2010.

Bridge plans OK'd

June 15, 2013

Plans were recently approved to replace two Auglaize County bridges this year.

The bridges span Six Mile Creek on Salem-Noble Road and the Miami and Erie Canal on Deep Cut Road.

Auglaize County Engineer Doug Reinhart said they plan to do as much work as they can with county crews to save on construction costs.

He said having bridge engineers in house to develop design plans and draft drawings saves the county money on these projects, as thousands could be spent just on consulting fees without them.

Locals told to lock vehicles

June 15, 2013

Wapakoneta residents are being advised to keep their vehicles locked.

Wapakoneta Police Chief Russ Hunlock said summer months are a prime time for thieves to strike and warned city residents to not make their vehicles easy targets.

“In the summer months, more people are out roaming around and more thefts from vehicles occur,” Hunlock said. “People who steal are looking for easy targets and unlocked vehicles.”

June 14th

Recovery time

June 14, 2013

Staff Writer
Auglaize County Emergency Management Director (EMA) Director Troy Anderson confirmed Thursday afternoon that an EF-0 tornado touched down east of New Knoxville late Wednesday night during the storm that ripped through the area.

Local to head Shelby EMA

June 14, 2013

The new director of the Shelby County Emergency Management Agency (EMA)says she gained years of valuable experience working with emergency planning in Auglaize County.
For the complete story, see the Friday, June 14 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

Ag, energy, small business top Mandel plan for Ohio

June 14, 2013

As Ohio’s state investor, state Treasurer Josh Mandel discussed his plans for making Ohio a stronger manufacturing state and a place where manufacturer job creation flourishes with Honda of America Manufacturing employees at the Anna plant.
For the complete story, see the Friday, July 14 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

June 13th

Winds befall Wapak

June 13, 2013

Staff Writers
Through tears a Wapakoneta woman talked about the damage a heavy windstorm late Wednesday night and early this morning caused to her home of 40 years.
Carolyn and Ron Zenz were in bed when the heavy winds came through just before midnight Wednesday, ripping their front porch off the house and tossing it into the neighbor’s yard. Half of their roof was peeled back on the home and the winds flung their front porch swing into a neighbor’s truck.

Buckland Fest stays at 1-day

June 13, 2013

Even after 41 years, organizers of the Buckland Fireman’s Festival continue to make changes to provide the best event possible for the community.
For the complete story, see the Thursday, June 13 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

Brown pushes food program

June 13, 2013

As chair of the Senate Subcommittee on Hunger, Nutrition, and Family Farms, Democratic U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown says hunger is a real problem in rural and urban communities, especially those areas still hit hard by the Great Recession.
For the complete story, see the Thursday, June 13 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

 

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