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January 2nd, 2013
Reflecting on the rewards a law enforcement officer retiring from the Auglaize County Sheriff’s Office took from the job, the deputy says he always wanted to help somebody.
Rusty Krugh started on the Auglaize County Sheriff’s Office auxiliary in 1985 and plans to return to serving on the auxiliary upon his retirement.
Kim Lee, co-owner of LouAnn’s Tea sPot & Gifts, received her inspiration to open the business from a much younger family member.
Lee promised her young niece, Jana Metz, a tea party for her birthday. Lee took her niece and her mother to Eleanor’s Tea Cottage in Troy. The idea for a similar-type business immediately began to form with Lee after the trip.
Lee asked her husband’s aunt, LouAnn Egbert, if she wanted to form a partnership. As a result, the pair opened LuAnn’s on Dec. 4.
December 31st, 2012
After 35 years heading a local entertainment venue, a Wapakoneta businessman is stepping down and turning over the business to a younger man.
Astro Bowling Lanes owner Denny Borgert is selling his shares of the bowling alley and restaurant to Dave Jeanneret for an undisclosed amount of money. Jeanneret will assume control of the establishment on Jan. 7.
UNIOPOLIS — Uniopolis Mayor Bill Rolston made his resignation official Saturday by signing and giving a letter of resignation to Council President Greg Ritchie.
Rolston confirmed his resignation in a telephone call Sunday, saying he delivered the letter to Ritchie’s home on Saturday. Rolston said Ritchie was not home, but he left the letter with Ritchie’s brother.
Ritchie confirmed receiving the letter in a telephone call on Sunday.
BUCKLAND — Buckland Village Council members finalized a deal Saturday to purchase land from Don Stahler Jr. for the proposed new sewer system site.
Councilors decided to have the special meeting so they could finalize the purchase agreement for the 14.8 acres of land before the end of the year. Stahler asked council to complete the deal prior to the end of the year after a contract for the land was signed in September. Stahler asked due to the possibility of capital gains taxes going up in 2013.
By KAREN KANTNER
Assistant Managing Editor
Five new troopers have taken to Auglaize County roadways to help keep motorists safe.
The new Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP) troopers are Nathan R. Wathey, Paige C. Miranda, Brian Mull, Dewaine Anthony Norman, and Corey Resendez.
Wathey, 22, grew up in West Point and is living in Wapakoneta, since his assignment to the OSHP Wapakoneta Post.
The graduate of Beaver Local High School and Kent State University has past restaurant experience and spent time as a junior high wrestling coach.
Local law enforcement officers seek assistance in gaining leads into stolen items from a local retailer.
Wapakoneta Police Department Detective Pat Green is seeking information regarding the theft of cell phones from Radio Shack, 1252 Bellefontaine St. on Nov. 16.
Green said a store employee locked and closed the store at 9 p.m. Nov. 15 and returned to open the store at 10 a.m. Nov. 16 when the employee found the door unlocked and a large number of cell phones stolen.
The suspects forcibly entered the store through the front door. There are no known suspects at this time.
Parts to fix the Ametek-Westchester Substation and the Bellefontaine Street traffic signal at the entrance to Walmart should arrive soon after a malfunction at the substation left many businesses without power on Thursday.
Wapakoneta Electric Superintendent Don Schnarre said sections of Wapakoneta experienced a total electric power failure or their lights flickering Thursday afternoon when the substation failed. Several businesses, including McDonaldâ€™s Restaurant and Burger King, lost power at approximately 1 p.m. Thursday as well as other retail and residents fed from the substation.
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UNIOPOLIS — Uniopolis Mayor Bill Rolston apparently has resigned, village councilors learned during Thursday’s meeting.
When arriving for the meeting, Council President Greg Ritchie found a letter apparently from Rolston informing councilors of his resignation.
Councilors did not immediately accept the resignation. After a brief executive session, councilors came out and informed a crowd of approximately 15 people of the letter. Ritchie explained since the letter was unsigned, councilors chose not to officially accept it until they could verify it.