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January 23rd, 2012

Donations help reading program

January 23, 2012

A local couple’s donation to a Wapakoneta City School District school hopefully should help a special reading program to grow.

Wapakoneta residents Gwynne and Dr. Thomas Freytag have recently made a donation to the Wapakoneta Middle School to purchase three iPads for the Redskin Reading Club.

“It is a good investment of money when you give to kids in the community,” Gwynne Freytag said.

January 20th

Seussical brings Broadway to Wapak

January 20, 2012

“Oh the thinks you can think,” when Dr. Seuss’s best-loved stories collide and cavort in an unfortgettable musical caper.

The off-Broadway production of Seussical is being presented at the Wapakoneta Performing Arts Center at 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 26, by a professional touring company out of New York and features enhanced scenic and costume elements.

Wapakoneta Performing Arts Center Coordinator Pam Egbert said she found the off Broadway play when she attended the Ohio Arts Presenters Convention in Columbus in the fall of 2010.

United Way campaign reaches goal

January 20, 2012

ST. MARYS — As of Thursday morning, the United Way of Auglaize County raised $285,000 for its 2011 campaign, just $15,000 shy of its $300,000 goal — and a few phone calls to two Wapakoneta businesses made a big difference.

“This morning, (United Way of Auglaize County Executive Director) Randy (Fisher) and I were on the telephone, and at one point, I thought he was going to come through the telephone line to get a high five,” Campaign Chair Rex Katterheinrich said at the fourth annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon Thursday afternoon.

Seventh-graders make a difference

January 20, 2012

Three middle school students came together, voiced their opinion in a professional manner and instituted a change on behalf of their fellow peers.

Wapakoneta Middle School seventh-grade students Adam and Alex Walter and Nolan Benny became the spokesmen for their school as they voiced their concerns over their school lunch menu — involving sweet potato fries.

“When we first had the sweet potato fries, we saw no one was eating them,” Benny said. “People were throwing them away and it was wasted.”

WEA OKs deal: Teachers, school negotiating team reach agreement

January 20, 2012

Changes made this week to contracts offered to Wapakoneta City Schools teachers by the Wapakoneta City Schools Board of Education negotiating team were enough for the two sides to reach an agreement.

Wapakoneta Education Associaiton (WEA) members voted Thursday night to accept a conceptual agreement reached between the teachers union and school board  representatives on Wednesday during a three-hour meeting in Dayton with Steve Anderson, the federal mediator overseeing the case.

Wind talker: Village organizes meeting on wind farm proposal

January 20, 2012

BUCKLAND — A possible wind farm project, which would generate nearly five times the electricity used by the city of Wapakoneta, should be less intrusive than people might believe, a representative of an international renewable power company says.

While the project may not create a lot of jobs, he says it could create some windfall for townships and schools.

Commish, treasurer disagree on salaries

January 20, 2012

A disagreement over the Auglaize County Treasurer’s Office salary line item will be revisited again as no resolution was made Thursday when the treasurer and commissioners met to discuss the issue.

January 19th

Sheriff's Office investigates burglary in Buckland

January 19, 2012

Auglaize County Sheriff’s Office law enforcement officers are investigating a burglary that took place at about 3:03 a.m. this morning in Buckland after law enforcement officers were alerted to a possible crime by a passer-by.
Information available at press time said that a suspect had broken into Trupointe Cooperative Inc., 101 N. Main St..
Deputies responded to the agricultural complex along with Wapakoneta police Lt. Joe Welker and the K-9 and troopers with the Wapakoneta Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

Deal in reach?: Sides may be closing in on an agreement

January 19, 2012

The Wapakoneta Education Association (WEA) and the Wapakoneta City Schools Board of Education may be closer to reaching a contract agreement after a non-binding meeting Wednesday with the federal mediator overseeing their case.

“Informal discussion has led to a conceptual agreement that may lead to a resolution,” Wapakoneta City Schools Superintendent Keith Horner told the Wapakoneta Daily News this morning.

Events held for last chance dog tag sales

January 19, 2012

On the last two Saturdays of January the Auglaize County dog warden is hosting last chance dog tag sale events.

The first is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Wapakoneta Police Department, and the second is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jan. 28 at Dogs-R-Us Styling Boutique and Barkery, in St. Marys.

State law requires that all dogs, 3-months-old and older, have a dog tag from the county where they reside.

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