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September 7th, 2012

Curfew changes: Legitimate events and guardianship on the table

September 7, 2012

Residents should expect further changes to Wapakoneta’s curfew law after a nearly two hour discussion on three principal sections of the city legislation.

Local named notable citizen

September 7, 2012

Dedicated civil servant. Talented musician. Local historian. Generous and courteous gentleman. That about sums it up when describing the 2012 Outstanding Auglaize County Senior Citizen.

Vern Doenges, former county auditor, dance band warbler, collector of postcards and author of the daily “Looking Backward” column, and “all-around good guy” will be honored Sept. 18 during the annual celebration of senior citizens at the Auglaize County Council on Aging (ACCA).

City seeks grant for damage

September 7, 2012

Wapakoneta city administrators recently started the process to receive state and federal funds in wake of the June 29 storm which caused millions in damage to the area.

Wapakoneta Safety-Service Director Bill Rains informed Wapakoneta City Council members Wednesday he attended meetings with local Emergency Management Agency (EMA) and members of FEMA where he initiated the paperwork to secure grant money for the city.

September 6th

Local Browns play in Cleveland

September 6, 2012

Most adults can recall a special moment from when they were kids that they will remember all their lives.

The members of this year’s Uniopolis Browns youth football team will always remember the 2012 season —  and it hasn’t even officially started yet.

In their final preseason scrimmage, the Uniopolis Browns tangled with the Shawnee Seminoles in front of what will likely be their largest audience of the year — 54,297 screaming fans, complete with the Dawg Pound.

Parking problem prompts review

September 6, 2012

A city administrator plans to examine the parking situation near Max’s Dairy Bar to ensure proper traffic flow at the intersection of East Benton and Bellefontaine streets.

Wapakoneta resident Paul Janning brought the parking issue to Wapakoneta City Council’s attention during Wednesday’s meeting. He presented two photographs showing no curb markings or yellow paint, which is typically used to indicate a no parking area, on the curb along the north side of East Benton Street, and one showing traffic congestion.

September 5th

Rock 'n' rolled: Rock bands’ trailer wrecks on I-75

September 5, 2012

Area law enforcement and safety services responded to a rollover accident Wednesday morning on Interstate 75 near the Cridersville exit after a vehicle containing the pyrotechnic equipment of two nationally known rock bands crashed.

A semitrailer carrying the equipment for rock bands Motley Crue, popular during the 1980s and early 1990s, and KISS, popular in the late 1970s and early 1980s, lost control in the northbound lanes of I-75 near mile marker 118 between Wapakoneta and Cridersville after the driver lost control of the vehicle.

2 arrested for meth

September 5, 2012

WAYNESFIELD — Waynesfield law enforcement officers arrested two individuals on drug charges after a traffic stop at 10:58 p.m.Friday in Waynesfield.

Mark Fletcher, 40, of Mansfield, was arrested for assembly or possession of chemicals to make methamphetamines, a second-degree felony, and Joanna Schaub, 34, of Lexington, was arrested on fifth-degree felony charges for possession of a schedule two drug.

RAC hosts color, collage expert

September 5, 2012

The Riverside Art Center is gearing up for a workshop favorite to host a collage seminar — which a center member says may fill up quickly.

Dayton resident Nita Leland will be teaching a one-day collage workshop from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sept. 29 at the Riverside Art Center in Wapakoneta. The deadline for registration is Sept. 15.

Auglaize County Historical Society bulb sales begins

September 5, 2012

The fourth annual Heirloom Bulb Sale, featuring 12 varieties of bulbs, starts today with a deadline for ordering the bulbs being Sept. 30.

The Auglaize County Historical Society is offering the bulbs, all of which are older varieties rarely seen in garden centers, a historical society official says, with the bulbs being introduced to the world as early as 1594 and as late as 1925.

Fog delay

September 5, 2012

The Wapakoneta City Schools and St. Marys are now closed. Botkins Local Schools and Waynesfield-Goshen Local Schools are still on a 2-hour delay this morning due to fog. A dense fog advisory was in effect until 10 a.m.

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