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Ruling upheld

May 31, 2013

Despite pleas from 22 second-grade parents, a decision to rescind an offer made to them to have their students stay in the same class in third grade remains.
For the complete story, see the Friday, May 31 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

May 30th

Top of 7 - Wapakoneta 5 - Granville 6

May 30, 2013

Wapakoneta regional baseball watch for updates

May 30, 2013

Wapak trails Granville 4-1 in the bottom of the third inning in the regional baseball semifinal at Tiffin.

Marshall Gerlach clears the bases with a bases-loaded double. Wapakoneta leads Granville 5-4 in the fifth inning.

Wapak batters go down in order in the top of the sixth. Granville comes to bat in the bottom of the sixth with the Redskins guarding a 5-4 lead.

Granville has put the first two batters on base with no outs in the bottom of the sixth. Skins still up 5-4.

SAC fly to right field. game tied at 5-5.

Panel portrays professions to WMS

May 30, 2013

Staff Writer
Wapakoneta Middle School students heard Wednesday from a panel of five people during the school’s annual Career Day.
Auglaize County Sheriff’s Office deputy Sam Blank along with Wapakoneta attorney Courtney Burton and Kurt Hegemier, owner of Hegemier Tires, spoke about their jobs, what a typical day might be like and what to do to prepare for a career in their respective fields.

Cheerleader following in sister’s footsteps

May 30, 2013

A Wapakoneta High School cheerleader, who earned recognition as one of the top five students in her class, plans to follow in her older sister’s footsteps next year at the University of Toledo.
For the complete story, see the Thursday, May 30 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

Retire, rehire concerns

May 30, 2013

A retired Wapakoneta City Schools teacher addressed her concerns about the district retiring and then rehiring teachers and administrators.
For the complete story, see the Thursday, May 30 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

May 29th

Class conflict

May 29, 2013

Assistant Managing Editor
Parents of 22 children in one second-grade class at Wapakoneta Elementary School asked Wapakoneta City Schools Board of Education members for compassion in a decision affecting their children next school year.

W’field officer to retire

May 29, 2013

WAYNESFIELD – A long-time presence in the Waynesfield’s municipal office will soon be leaving the building.
Waynesfield Mayor Mike Ridenour told Waynesfield Village Council members at Tuesday’s meeting that village Fiscal Officer Judith Quinlan will be retiring from her post effective Jan. 1.
For the complete story, see the Wednesday, May 29 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

Parents reminded to protect children

May 29, 2013

An annual meeting on child fatalities in the county prompted suggestions for keeping children safer.
Auglaize County Health Commissioner Charlotte Parsons said by law they are required to meet annually to discuss the deaths of children 18 and younger who resided in the county at the time of their death.
For the complete story, see the Wednesday, May 29 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

Celebrating the sacrifice

May 29, 2013

Managing Editor
During the armed conflicts of war, American soldiers face an unusually tough task, the guest speaker said as she honored service men and women during the Wapakoneta Memorial Day ceremony held at Veterans Memorial Park.
Auglaize County Veterans Service Office Director Lynne Skaggs, who served in the U.S. Army along with her husband, Todd, said he recently graduated college with his bachelor’s degree and received a book, Weird History 101, for his achievement.

 

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