A suspected leak at AIP Logistics Wednesday afternoon turned out to be a false alarm, EMA and fire officials said.
The Wapakoneta Fire Department was called to AIP around 2:45 p.m. yesterday for what looked to be a chemical leak in the area where they house tanks containing liquid product. This area is known as the “tank farm,” where liquid is pumped from rail cars into the tanks.
The case against an ex-couple charged with a multitude of sex crimes has been moved to the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas in Columbus.
But there’s also been a change in the defense team for one of the defendants.
The decisions were made at a recent pre-trial hearing for defendants Lori A. Anderson, 50, and her ex-husband, Charles Wycuff, 53.
CRIDERSVILLE — Those with a hankering for sweets can head to Cridersville United Methodist Church, 105 Shawnee Road, on Saturday for its annual Christmas Cookie Walk.
From 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., more than 200 dozen homemade cookies will be laid out on tables, all available to purchase for $4 per pound. After being given a to-go box and a pair of gloves, customers can choose a variety of whichever ones they want.
Those who were there to see Wapakoneta native Neil Armstrong take the first step on the moon either on television or to hear it on the radio can attest hearing the most famous quote of his life, “That’s one small step for (a) man, one giant leap for mankind.”
But who was Neil Armstrong, the first man to land on the moon?
NOVA and PBS will answer that question in a documentary, airing at 9 p.m. tonight on WBGU and WBGU-HD.
From staff reports
Four members of the Wapakoneta Redskins football team received All-Ohio selections within Division III for the 2014 season, the Associated Press unveiled Tuesday night.
Senior defensive end Thomas Schoenlein repeated as an all-state choice, grabbing first-team honors for this season. He was a special mention All-Ohioan last year.
Schoenlein finished the season with 44.5 tackles, 16.5 for loss, six sacks and four fumble recoveries.
The Wapakoneta Redskins’ defense was imposing enough all game long Tuesday to hold down the St. Henry Redskins, forcing 20 turnovers from the visitors Tuesday in Wapakoneta’s season opener.
And although Wapakoneta’s offense was not near midseason form, the team was pretty strong in certain moments, as it managed a 42-31 win over St. Henry in a non-league girls basketball contest.
Facing a Wapakoneta press which appeared throughout the game, St. Henry had nine turnovers in the first quarter, as Wapakoneta established a 9-2 lead.
Following the usual procedural items, Wapakoneta City Council focused on a Proclamation delivered by Mayor Rodney Metz congratulating the Wapakoneta High School varsity football team for their outstanding season.
At-Large Councilwoman and Chair of the Lands and Buildings Committee Rachel Barber brought to council’s attention a letter sent to residents on West Auglaize Street regarding sandstone sidewalks.
The "Pink Out" campaign, where fans would wear pink at Wapakoneta Redskins' home football and soccer games throughout the month of October this past season, was more than just wearing the color pink and joining a national movement supporting breast cancer.
It was also about raising money, $3,332 to be exact, and it all went toward a great cause.
BOTKINS — Kicking off the Botkins Elementary Christmas Program Monday evening was the fifth grade band.
Instrumental director Paula Owen introduced them, telling the audience how hard they worked to learn the song “Jingle Bells.”
She told those who had seen them perform previously this year, “you’re gonna be impressed with how much they learned.”
Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays Pat Gallimore from swift completion of his appointed rounds as a newspaper carrier for the Wapakoneta Daily News.
And as winter settles in, you won’t be seeing Gallimore delivering just one or two newspaper routes in a durable, warm four-wheel drive Chevrolet Silverado.