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December 20th

School officials discuss ways they can continue to grow

December 20, 2012

After a successful two years, Wapakoneta City Schools administrators are discussing ways they can continue to grow the district’s virtual academy.

During a presentation this week, Wapakoneta High School Principal Aaron Rex said they are considering adding classes for adults and elementary students looking into the future.

“We have talked about the opportunity of opening it up to them as well,” Rex said. “We see it as a possibility for growth.”

Promises to improve safety measures, plans

December 20, 2012

A promise was made, but no guarantee could be given.

In the shadow of the Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting which claimed the lives of 20 children and six adults at the school, Wapakoneta City Schools Superintendent Keith Horner promised school administrators and board members would continue to work to improve the safety measures and plans at the school, but he said he could not make a guarantee it could not happen here.

Wapak woman dies in pedestrian-car crash on Glynwood Road

December 20, 2012

A 90-year-old Wapakoneta woman died Thursday morning crossing Glynwood Road to collect her morning newspaper.

Carolyn Blackburn, 803 Glynwood Road, apparently walked directly into the path a vehicle driven by 19-year-old Zachary Myers, of Wapakoneta, as he was driving east on Glynwood Road at approximately 7 a.m., according to a news release from the Wapakoneta Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP). Blackburn received life-threatening injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene by Auglaize County Coroner Dr. Thomas Freytag.

December 19th

Season's Greetings!

December 19, 2012

Season's Greetings from Morning Star Studio Tattoo and Piercing at Indian lake. Gift certificates available!

Barbara Miller, 80

December 19, 2012

Barbara A. Miller, 80, of Harrod, died at 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2012, at her residence.
Funeral Arrangements are incomplete at Armentrout Funeral Home in Waynesfield.

First forecasted winter storms prompt crews to be ready

December 19, 2012

Auglaize County and Wapakoneta city officials are ready for the possibility of adverse weather conditions beginning Thursday night and extending into Friday night as area residents head into the final weekend before Christmas.

The current weather forecast is calling for a winter weather mix of rain and snow coupled with high winds beginning Thursday evening  and extending into Friday morning.

Wapak board approves updates, stipend

December 19, 2012

School board policies were updated and compensation for members approved Tuesday by Wapakoneta City Schools Board of Education members.    

Compensation for the board’s five members for 2013 was set at $125 per meeting, up to a limit of 12 meetings annually.

Wapakoneta City Schools Superintendent Keith Horner said the rate has not increased since 2005.

Natural gas contract locked in

December 19, 2012

An increase is actually a decrease.

Wapakoneta residents participating in the city’s natural gas aggregation may notice an increase in the cost per thousand cubic feet (Mcf) of natural gas from their summer bills, but in reality they are paying less for natural gas than they did last winter heating season.

Safety-Service Director Bill Rains contacted American Municipal Power (AMP) officials Tuesday to determine how the natural gas costs in the city’s aggregation policy increased without city administrators receiving written notification.

Playing on the edge: Wapak slides by Bluffton

December 19, 2012

Despite an offensive and defensive strategy to keep the ball out of Wapakoneta’s “Big 3,” the Redskins boys basketball team pulled out a win over the visiting Bluffton Pirates Tuesday, 37-26.

The Pirates, knowing they were out-sized and not as athletic as the Redskins, held the ball for minutes at a time on the offensive end.

Patton, Tigers squeak by Trojans

December 19, 2012

BOTKINS — Aided by a costly technical foul down the stretch, the Waynesfield-Goshen girls basketball team was able to steal a victory from the Botkins Trojans Monday night.

Led by senior Kaylee Patton who netted a game-high 23 points on the night, the Tigers won the game, 49-46.

With the score tied at 40 a piece in the fourth quarter, Patton went up for a shot and was fouled. Botkins head coach Don Mack disagreed with the call, and let the referees know about it. 

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