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January 27th, 2015
Auglaize County Dog Warden Russ Bailey has announced that the deadline to purchase dog tags without a penalty has been extended from Saturday, Jan. 31 to Monday, Feb. 2.
Read the full story in the Tuesday, Jan. 27 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
Wapakoneta Police Chief Russel Hunlock is advising residents who have been parked on a city street for 48 hours or more to move their vehicles by this evening, Jan. 27.
Due to Sunday's snowfall, several vehicles have remained on public streets without being moved, Hunlock said.
If they are not moved by tonight, drivers may be issued a parking ticket.
The 48-hour parking law is part of a city ordinance.
The village of Waynesfield has voted a new solicitor effective immediately through 2017.
New president elected on council.
See the Tuesday, Jan. 27 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News for more details.
There is plenty to look forward to in this upcoming week's edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
Waynesfield Village Council meeting at 7:30 p.m., look for the story in Tuesday's paper.
Snow pictures in Tuesday's paper!
Botkins Village Council meeting at 7 p.m., look for the story in Wednesday's paper.
Story Time at the Auglaize County Public Library, look for pictures in Wednesday's paper.
Court cases, look for the story in Thursday's paper.
Preview of upcoming events at the Auglaize County Library in Wednesday's paper.
The owners of the new Holiday Inn Express are seeking a loan from the Wapakoneta Area Economic Development Council as part of their financial plan.
CRIDERSVILLE — After almost eight years under the leadership of Mayor Lorali Myers, the village of Cridersville will be looking for a new a mayor come 2017 as Myers announced during Monday’s village council meeting that she will not be seeking re-election as mayor of Cridersville.
The Auglaize County Health Department will be seeking the public’s support in May.
It may be hard to believe it’s been 10 years since voters first renewed the 1995 health levy.
According to an article published in the Wapakoneta Daily News in 2005, the 10-year, 1-mill levy provides more than one-third of the Auglaize County Health Department’s annual budget. That estimate is still pretty close.
Members of the St. Joseph Youth Community on Wednesday boarded a charter bus and set off for Washington, D.C. to participate in the March for Life, an anti-abortion rally that takes place in the nation’s capital each year.
A group of 28 middle and high school students, chaperons and parents began their journey at 9 p.m., loading up the bus and saying their goodbyes to loved ones before they embark on the nine-hour drive.
The Heritage Trails Park District is going in a different direction for the time being and there will not be any campaigning for a levy anytime soon.
That was the sentiment in the room during Tuesday night’s meeting in the Chamber of Commerce office in Wapakoneta.
Park Commissioner David Stilwell proposed an idea to rebuild HTPD from the ground up starting with a board of trustees.
A local representative with the International Student Exchange is taking applications from area families to host an exchange student in the 2015-16 school year.
Julie Lee, a community representative for ISE, said she hopes to recruit at least 20 families in the northwest Ohio area, including Wapakoneta, St. Marys, Celina, New Bremen, Bellefontaine and any other town within a 100-mile radius of St. Henry, which is where she lives.