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April 24th, 2015
Here is a list of stories you may have missed published in this week's Wapakoneta Daily News:
Monday: The West Auglaize Street project has claimed three trees already and more may die. Middle school students wins Eagles art contest. Kolbi Moell takes state title.
Tuesday: Wapakoneta City Council, Wapakoneta Fire Department receives new CPR machine and info on the Auglaize County Health Department's May 5 levy and new hirings.
Next school year, Wapakoneta Middle School will have a new principal.
Full story will be in the Saturday, April 25 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
Wapakoneta Downtown Partnership is gearing for its second annual Derby Day Wine Tasting event May 2 at Marley's Downtown Ballroom.
Full story will be in Saturday's edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
Cridersville Elementary School third-grader Riley Hibbard looks to see where she could put a fish into the wetland ecosystem Thursday morning at the COSI on Wheels presentation.
Students at Cridersville Elementary School will be partaking in a couple school-wide activities the next two days.
Later today, the school is hosting an Art Show at 5 p.m. and tomorrow night at 6 p.m., the school will be having a carnival.
Right now, the school has COSI on Wheels at the school showing students different scientific facts.
All events are great photo opportunities so be sure to visit our social media in the next few days to see what photos we have to offer.
Kolbi Moell is one dedicated 10 year old.
As a member of the Dance Centré in Wapakoneta and Gloria's Tumbling & Trampoline Team in Bellefontaine, Kolbi spends more than 20 hours a week practicing, traveling and taking private lessons.
Wapakoneta, Buckland and Uniopolis fire departments were called to a fire at Koneta Rubber, 1400 Lunar Drive, in Wapakoneta, at 9:16 p.m. Tuesday.
"We are not sure what exactly caused the fire," said Wapakoneta Fire Chief Kendall Krites.
Krites said employees of the plant noticed fire around the ceiling with it spreading across the ceiling.
Nine students from the Wapakoneta FFA Chapter volunteered tree packaging for the Auglaize Soil and Water Conservation District .
The FFA members packaged a total of 3,800 trees during the day. There were a total of 63 orders packaged in bundles of 10.
A total of 386 individual trees were packaged for Auglaize County third graders to take home and plant.
The Auglaize County Board of Health accepted the employment of a new nursing director and environmental health sanitarian during its regular board meeting Monday morning.
Read about these hires and more in the Tuesday, April 21 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
We have a busy week of news and events for our readers in this edition of "What's on Tap."
Below is a list of happenings in and around Wapakoneta this week. Articles on several of these events and much more will be available in the print edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News throughout the week.