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September 20th

Wapak moves to 4-0 with win in home opener

September 20, 2014

The Wapakoneta Redskins were sound in all phases of Friday’s game, as they rolled to a 38-6 win over the Bath Wildcats in their home opener, a Western Buckeye League varsity football contest at Harmon Field in Wapakoneta.

The Redskins’ starting defense held Bath’s starters scoreless, the offense had zero turnovers and finished scoring drives, and a couple special teams plays stood out, as state-ranked Wapakoneta cruised to its fourth straight win to begin the season.

Rams blank W-G in NWCC opener

September 20, 2014

McGUFFEY — Friday’s game against Upper Scioto Valley was not the way the Waynesfield-Goshen varsity football team wanted to open play in the Northwest Central Conference.

Not only were the Tigers (1-3, 0-1 NWCC) beat handedly by the Rams (2-2, 1-0) 28-0 in McGuffey, but they were outgained 358 yards to 152 in total offense, 273 to 85 through the air, racked up a season-high 11 penalties for 110 yards and converted just 2 of 17 on third down.

September 19th

OSU Extension Agent John Smith to retire

September 19, 2014

After 30 years with the Auglaize County OSU Extension Office, Agricultural Agent and Educator John Smith is retiring.

His last day will be Sept. 30.

Smith, 85, said his age was a factor when deciding whether or not to retire. He also pointed to the fact that he doesn’t understand the “electronic garbage” that has become prevalent in most jobs, including his.

Village police get prepped

September 19, 2014

Apparently part of the Village of Waynesfield’s plan to entice new residents may be a claim to be the ‘Best Prepared” community in the county.

A report provided to the Wapakoneta Daily News listing the surplus military supplies distributed throughout the county has Waynesfield rivaling the Sheriff’s office in the number of items received.

Manor hosts Pink Cadillac Day

September 19, 2014

Wapakoneta Manor was the place to be during the lunch hour yesterday.

Filled with classic cars of all kinds, residents and visitors enjoying the nice weather and a neatly packed lunch, the parking lot and front lawn of the Manor was packed for Pink Cadillac Day.

Activity Director at Wapakoneta Manor Peggy Hower said Pink Cadillac Day has been happening for about 13 years and it is a fun day for residents and community members to come together with all proceeds from lunch sales benefiting an organization or cause.

Patricia L. Libbee, 83

September 19, 2014

Patricia L. Libbee, 83, of 20340 Middle Pike, Wapakoneta, Ohio, passed away peacefully surrounded by family and friends on Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014, at 8:45 p.m., at St. Rita’s Medical Center in Lima. She was born Sept. 9, 1931, in Sidney, the daughter of Nicholas and Helen (Sherman) Romaker and they are deceased. She was married on May 17, 1952, to Gordon S. Libbee, and he survives in Wapakoneta. 

Lt. Governor touts state’s progress

September 19, 2014

ST. MARYS — With the gubernatorial election less than two months away, Ohio Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor made a stop in Auglaize County to campaign for the re-election of Gov. John Kasich and herself.

Taylor spoke at a meeting held by the Auglaize County Republican Women’s Club Thursday at Galaxy Starlite Campground in St. Marys.

As Lieutenant Governor, Taylor is running with Kasich in the November election just as she did four years ago when the duo were first elected.

Library hosts costume swap

September 19, 2014

With festive music humming in the background, snacks, apple cider and crafts he Auglaize County Public District Library hosted its first annual Halloween costume swap last night from 5-7 p.m.

Adult Services Coordinator Andrea Burton said the idea came from the New Bremen Library, that location held a similar event last year and Burton thought it would be a good idea to try in Wapakoneta.

United Way sets $330,000 goal

September 19, 2014

ST. MARYS — A local organization that helps reach thousands of county residents each year is gearing up for another year of fundraising.

The United Way of Auglaize County kicked off its annual campaign to raise funds the the community with a $330,000 goal and the message that it’s time to unite the cities of St. Marys and Wapakoneta against poverty. With that in mind, United Way Director Randy Fisher presented the new campaign co-chairs — St. Marys Superintendent Shawn Brown and Wapakoneta Superintendent Keith Horner.

VIDEO: Bengals hoping blackout lifted

September 19, 2014

VIDEO: Bengals hoping blackout lifted
Two thoughts from the Bengals on another possible blackout this week.

The Wapakoneta Redskins were sound in all phases of Friday’s game, as they rolled to a 38-6...
McGUFFEY — Friday’s game against Upper Scioto Valley was not the way the Waynesfield-...
The Wapakoneta Redskins varsity football team is really starting to enter the grind that is the...

 

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