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February 25th, 2013

WHS senior plans to attend Capital in fall

February 25, 2013

As a Wapakoneta High School senior rounds out his last year of high school, he looks forward to college although he will miss one thing the most — home.

Eighteen-year-old Cedric Gegel will be going from a Redskin to a Crusader in the fall as he plans to attend Capital University, in Columbus, to study electronic media and film, with an emphasis in journalism and pre-law.

But this was not where he initially visioned himself going.

February 22nd

DARE gives to children’s hospital

February 22, 2013

Selling candy and carnations to fellow students allowed the Wapakoneta Middle School DARE Council to make a difference in the lives of children battling life-threatening illness.
From the sales of candy bars at Christmas and carnations and candy for Valentine’s Day, the DARE Council was able to raise $1,000, which officers of the club presented Monday to Debbie Butner, manager of the Children’s Miracle Network, at the Dayton Children’s Hospital.

Musical roots for anthem singer

February 22, 2013

A local sixth-grader says she comes from a musical family — and notes music is her passion.
Wapakoneta Middle School student Hope Johns recently had the opportunity to perform in front of hundreds of people, as she sung the National Anthem at the last two home Wapakoneta High School boys basketball games, prior to the last game of the season on Friday.
“I was nervous, but I knew I could do it though,” Hope said. “Without music I wouldn’t have a life. It’s what I do.”

Razing a problem

February 22, 2013

A Wapakoneta City Council member is questioning the fiscal soundness of the city spending money from the general fund to help raze structures in 2012 to take advantage of state grants to eliminate slum and blight.
Wapakoneta 1st Ward Councilor Jim Neumeier learned this week the breakdown of city dollars spent to help raze four structures in 2012, beyond the $40,000 grant used to actually tear down the structures.

Man shot

February 22, 2013

ST. JOHNS — A 30-year-old man was reportedly shot in the chest at a home on Weimert Road this morning. He was transported by St. Johns EMS to a hospital in Lima.

Chili Day: ‘Tasty’

February 22, 2013

Standing in front of a vat of chili, Sertoma member Denny Kemper continues to stir what is the last batch for the day as the clock ticks toward the end of the Sertoma Chili Day on Thursday.

“We went with a couple of extra batches right off the bat and it is paying off,” Kemper said, explaining the group made approximately 140 gallons of chili this year. “It is going fast this year. We used to have to mix a couple of batches at the last minute, but I think we will be just right this year. We are right on target with what we served last year.”

Drivers failure to yield

February 22, 2013

Motorists running stop signs and failing to yield the right of way to other traffic on the road are causing too many crashes, state law enforcement officials say.

Failure-to-yield violations were the second-highest cause of fatal crashes throughout Ohio in 2012, according to statistics from the Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP). Locally, a motorist’s failure to yield the right of way led to one of Auglaize County’s six fatalities in 2012. The mishap occurred at the intersection of Ohio 117 and Fairmount Road.

G.A. Wintzer and Son Co.: 165 Years in Business, Since 1848

February 22, 2013

G.A. Wintzer and Son Co.: 165 Years in Business, Since 1848
5 N. Blackhoof St.
Wapakoneta
419-738-3771

Tax expert speaks at chamber’s progress awards

February 22, 2013

A tax expert with the Ohio Chamber of Commerce addressed the benefits of House Bill 5  Thursday at the Wapakoneta Area Chamber of Commerce Progress Awards held at the Eagles Post.

Dan Navin said the proposed legislation would bring much needed change to Ohio’s complicated municipal income tax system.

“Ohio is one of only 10 states that has assessment of local income tax on individuals,” Navin said. “It is the only state that permits municipalities to create their own definitions, rules and regulations for municipal taxes.

CTL Engineering: Celebrating 86 years in Ohio, 20 Years in Wapakoneta

February 22, 2013

CTL Engineering: Celebrating 86 years in Ohio, 20 Years in Wapakoneta
An Employee Owned Company
102 Commerce Dr.
Wapakoneta, Ohio
419-738-1447
419-738-7670 (fax)
www.ctleng.com

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