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June 13th, 2013

W’field OKs property to be razed

June 13, 2013

WAYNESFIELD — Waynesfield Village Council members adopted a resolution declaring a property as being slum and blight as a first step in being able to raze the building as part of a neighborhood revitalization program.
For the complete story, see the Wednesday, June 12 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

June 12th

Storm to hit area

June 12, 2013

The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for Auglaize County and the surrounding areas. The watch is in effect until 2 a.m. Thursday.
The storm is expected to bring rain and lightning, hail, high straight-line winds up to 70 mph and heavy amounts of rain contributing to flooding.

June 11th

Weighty issue

June 11, 2013

Assistant Managing Editor
Negative stereotypes affect more than people who are overweight, they also affect the people treating them, a top Auglaize County medical official says.
Auglaize County Medical Director Dr. Juan Torres said according to research by Raquel Pau published in the International Journal of Obesity, patients being treated by an overweight or obese physician tend to follow stereotypes when it comes to them, too.

Cold cools WaterPark numbers

June 11, 2013

Atypical cool weather to start the summer pool season has delivered a hit to attendance and days of operation at the Wapakoneta WaterPark, a city administrator says.
For the complete story, see the Tuesday, June 11 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

Piehl presents list of projects to improve the fairgrounds

June 11, 2013

A list of work needed to be done at the Auglaize County Fairgrounds includes more than $72,000 in improvements.
For the complete story, see the Tuesday, June 11 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

June 10th

Bill stops ‘illegal gambling’

June 10, 2013

Staff Writer
State Rep. Tony Burkley, R-Payne, said the newly-signed House Bill 7 will have the consequences that were indicated all along — shutting down illegal gambling.
The Ohio House of Representatives approved House Bill 7 in March by a 66-29 vote and the move was later approved in the Senate by a 27-6 vote. Gov. John Kasich signed the bill into law May 29.

Garden tour blooms as success

June 10, 2013

Whether garden tourists wanted to see Victorian-style landscaped gardens, a large collection of colors and aromas, or garden designed for easy maintenance with a diverse lifestyle, garden enthusiasts could learn the secrets behind them all.
For the complete story, see the Monday, June 10 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

Retiring teacher will miss it

June 10, 2013

A retiring second-grade teacher still remembers how fun she thought it would be grading papers.
For the complete story, see the Monday, June 10 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

June 7th

Computer class may be requirement

June 7, 2013

Assistant Managing Editor
In an effort to better prepare Wapakoneta HIgh School students, a new graduation requirement is being proposed.
Wapakoneta High School Principal Scott Minnig recently suggested that computer applications be made a mandatory class. He said that an important skill for today’s work force is being able to use technology.
“At the high school, we like to make sure kids are prepared,” Minnig said. “What we have heard is some are lacking computer skills.”

WCS opposed to voucher system

June 7, 2013

Wapakoneta City Schools administrators and board members recently voiced opposition to a portion of a proposed state bill that would increase publicly-funded vouchers for students to attend private and parochial schools.
For the complete story, see the Saturday, June edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

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