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June 28th, 2013

Center change opposed

June 28, 2013

Assistant Managing Editor
Members of the Wapakoneta City Schools Board of Education this week passed a resolution opposing state legislative plans for changes to the appointment to career center boards of education.
“The heart of the bill takes our school board representatives off and appoints members from different entities,” Superintendent Keith Horner said. “We want to be part of the board.”
His comments and feelings were echoed by local school districts throughout the state.

Wind turbine leases to end

June 28, 2013

Executives with an international alternative energy company have decided against developing approximately 5,000 acres in Auglaize County and another 7,000 acres in Shelby County into a future wind farm.
For the full story, see the Thursday, June 27 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

Wapak school lunch prices increases, fees stay the same

June 28, 2013

Students will be paying more for school lunches next year, while student fees are to remain the same.
For the full story, see the Thursday, June 27 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

June 26th

Magistrate hire OK’d

June 26, 2013

Staff Writer
WAYNESFIELD — Here comes the judge.
Waynesfield Village Council members approved a resolution hiring a magistrate Monday, paving the way for village officials to begin paperwork to reinstate mayor’s court in the village.
Police Chief Nathan Motter asked councilors to approve the hiring and to approve a fine schedule for traffic violations, a move councilors passed unanimously by a 6-0 vote.
The magistrate approved was attorney Robert Gryzbowski, who is also the magistrate for the village of Cridersville.

Course added to grad requirements

June 26, 2013

A new class was added to the list of graduation requirements for Wapakoneta High School seniors.
For the complete story, see the Wednesday, June 26 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

Three retirees rehired

June 26, 2013

Despite concerns addressed by members of the public during a previous Wapakoneta City Schools Board of Education meeting, school board members approved Tuesday rehiring three retirees.
For the full story, see the Wednesday, June 26 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

June 25th

Animal law animus

June 25, 2013

Staff Writer
WAYNESFIELD — Waynesfield residents crowded the Waynesfield Village Council chambers Monday, but the hot topic focused on animals.
Twenty-eight people attended Monday’s council meeting as councilors prepared to hear the first reading on an ordinance that would designate more clearly what animals are restricted from being within the village limits. After most of the residents voiced concern over the restrictions, councilors again tabled the issue and asked people attending to offer feedback to councilors before they begin steps to put restrictions in place.

Airport continues clean-up

June 25, 2013

Operations at the Neil Armstrong Airport east of New Knoxville ceased only for a few hours after a tornado caused damage to hangers, security systems and the terminal building recently.
For the complete story, see the Tuesday, June 25 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

Barretts honored with Rotary award

June 25, 2013

For more than 35 years, Patricia and Chester Barrett spent the greater part of each week replacing shoe soles, reattaching luggage handles, sewing up the seams in backpacks and giving zippers back their zip.
For the complete story, see the Tuesday, June 25 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

June 24th

Teaming up and fighting against cancer

June 24, 2013

Assistant Managing Editor
Sitting surrounded by family taking in all of the activities surrounding her at the Greater Auglaize County Relay for Life, a 67-year-old breast cancer survivor reflected on her life.
Having beaten cancer 17 years ago, there isn’t a day Carol Storer, of New Knoxville, takes for granted and she doesn’t miss a year of the event, now in its 16th year and held at the Auglaize County Fairgrounds this past Friday and Saturday.
Storer said the survivors’ lap is especially meaningful.
“I just want to cry,” Storer said. “It gets you in the heart.”

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