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February 1st, 2013

Assistant principal named to finish year

February 1, 2013

By KAREN KANTNER

Assistant Managing Editor

An assistant principal has been named to join the Wapakoneta High School staff for the remainder of the school year.

Wapakoneta City Schools Superintendent Keith Horner announced this week Will Snyder, a Wapakoneta Middle School math and science teacher with the district since 2007, is to serve in the position alongside new principal Scott Minnig, who Horner appointed upon Rex’s resignation.

2-hour delay

February 1, 2013

Wapakoneta City Schools is delayed two hours today, Friday, Feb. 1 due to the cold temperatures.

January 31st

Director of instruction retires

January 31, 2013

Throughout her career, Julie Miars Golden says she always knew she would know when it was time to move on.

Her decision to retire from the position of director of instruction for Wapakoneta City Schools after 12 years is one of those times.

“I always knew when I was ready to make the move,” said Miars Golden, who until her last position had changed jobs approximately ever nine years.

She said it was her intent to wrap up her 30-year education career when her children graduated from college.

Water cost change

January 31, 2013

After reviewing a water rate study for the city, Wapakoneta’s utilities consultant advises altering the water bill structure to include a base cost fee — a move a Wapakoneta City Council councilor and committee chair favors.

Campaign kick-off

January 31, 2013

“Do it one person at a time,” were the inspirational words spoken by a campaign chair during a local facility’s annual fundraiser.

The Wapakoneta Family YMCA kicked off their annual campaign on Wednesday, and chair Van Wright spoke to a room full of supporters to help with this cause.

“Our goal is to make sure the YMCA doors are open to everyone,” Wright said.

The annual support campaign helps to raise funds, as more than 10 percent of the members of the YMCA are receiving some form of financial assistance.

January 30th

Survey sought: Salary, job duties would be revisited

January 30, 2013

By 2014, the Auglaize County commissioners plan to have a new salary and wage schedule in place to help guide pay for county employees — including a suggestion to move toward pay increases based on merit and away from across the board raises.

Commissioners met recently with representatives of Clemans & Nelson, a Lima management consulting service, to discuss possibilities for conducting a salary survey of county employees’ jobs in comparison to those in other similar counties. The last time such a survey was done was 2000.

W’field revisits animal ordinance

January 30, 2013

WAYNESFIELD — Waynesfield Village Council members returned to discussing an issue confronting the village for nearly the past year  — farm animals within the village limits.

They addressed the issue at great length Monday, but again took no action. However, Mayor Mike Ridenour urged the council to continue to focus on the issue and make a decision that will be acceptable to all residents  involved.

New C’ville fire chief eases into new post

January 30, 2013

CRIDERSVILLE — An area fire chief keeps busy by doing what he loves.

Cridersville Fire Chief Rick Miller, who took over the new post after former Fire Chief Ron Mertz retired at the end of 2012, says he grew up a firefighter.

“I grew up at the fire department,” Miller said. “My dad was a fireman and was a lieutenant before he left.”

So whenever his father went to the fire department, Miller would tag along.

“It was like my second home,” Miller said.

January 29th

Natural gas moves closer in W’field

January 29, 2013

WAYNESFIELD — After hearing a brief presentation from the village’s engineering consultant, Waynesfield Village Council members elected to proceed with assessments to bring natural gas to the village — but not without objection.

This move brings the village one step closer to bringing natural gas to the village. Councilors now must decide on how they will assess property owners to help fund the project, which will be paid for the next four or five decades.

Sheriff warns of issues with Tannerite

January 29, 2013

Several recent complaints from county residents about exploding targets prompted the Auglaize County sheriff to issue a statement today warning of the problems they pose.

The targets are designed to explode when shot with a certain caliber rifle. Also known by the name brand Tannerite, the targets are legally purchased at shooting supply stores.

“What we have discovered recently is target shooters are purchasing the mixture and mixing large amounts to make a huge explosion,” Auglaize County Sheriff Al Solomon said.

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