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April 1st, 2015
It’s no joke.
There’s a new look to the newspaper you are holding.
The staff at the Wapakoneta Daily News wanted a fresh look that makes the paper easier to read and enjoy.
First, we looked at the masthead — the part of the newspaper that tells readers the name of the publication and the date.
A new exhibit featuring the works of Riverside Art Center members John Rausch and Jerry Knoch will be on display in the gallery starting next week until May 2.
See the full story in the Tuesday edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
We have a busy week of news for our readers in our edition of "What's on Tap" for this week.
Below, we will have a list of what to expect to see in this week's papers, including what is going to be in today's edition.
For a full story on all of this week's news, be sure to grab your print edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
Pictures of Easter events. (Also check our Facebook page for even more photos and to purchase some).
The WHS Impulse Drumline won first place in its division at Saturday's Ohio Indoor Performance Association state championships.
See the full story in the Monday edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
Stories you may have missed that were published in the print edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News this week:
Monday: Agencies join for health fest. Preview of Friday's first HealthFest held at the Auglaize County Board of Health.
Tuesday: The Wapakoneta High School Choir "Singsation" took third place at the Fairfield Crystal Classic at Fairfield High School.
The alleged theft of a puppy on Sunday from a Wapakoneta residence was claimed to be "personal" by the dog's owner.
A Mom to Mom sale will be held on Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon at St. Joseph Catholic school.
For more information about the sale, see the Friday edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
If you’re looking for Easter activities, several organizations in Wapakoneta and the surrounding area are hosting egg hunts and various other events the next two Saturdays leading up to Easter on April 5.
We'll have a running list with all the info you need. The same info can also be found in today's paper, either way, we will be at each event tomorrow taking pictures for next week's paper.
The Wapakoneta High School Impulse Drumline will be competing in the the Ohio Indoor Performance Association state championship competition on Saturday. The event is held at Wapakoneta High School and open to the public.
See the full story in the Thursday edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
The 9-week old pug reported stolen from the home of Wapakoneta resident Mandy Rayoum has been discovered by a Lima woman, who returned the puppy Wednesday evening.
The woman who discovered the puppy, Melissa Duffman, said it emerged from a row of bushes in her yard Sunday afternoon. The pug was returned when Duffman discovered its true owner.
Read about how the puppy was reunited with its owner in the Thursday, March 26 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
The case regarding AIP Logistics, 300 Industrial Drive, in Wapakoneta, has a new court date set.
Last week, representatives of AIP, the city of Wapakoneta and the Ohio Attorney General's office appeared in the Auglaize County Common Pleas Courtroom.
Representing AIP was Joshua Koltak, from Sidney. Elizabeth Ewing represented the state attorney general's office and Dennis Faller represented the city of Wapakoneta.