A letter circulated in Uniopolis Tuesday may or may not contain correct information, but Uniopolis Mayor Bill Rolston is refusing to divulge the source of the information given.
On Tuesday, a few village residents received a letter that read, “Attention. This was never brought to the town people…. The Township could change (charge) $650 per house if it went to township because it would come under new housing for township. Pluse (sic) the 3 mill.”
The dead walk the Earth, devouring the living.
The living cower, fight back, turn on one another or get eaten.
A scene from a popular television show or a glimpse into the future?
It never occurs to two local 6-year-olds that there could be any reality in the existence of the walking dead. Aidan Johnson and Abby Makuh know zombies aren’t real.
While voters have been inundated with information regarding state and national elections, Wapakoneta city residents have two local proposals to consider at the polls this November.
On Nov. 6, voters can cast ballots on one issue to extend the term of Wapakoneta City Council members and the council president to four years from two years and on a second related issue to stagger the council president’s term of office with the mayor as well as the stagger the terms of councilors-at-large with those of ward councilors.
After 16 years of working alongside with Mercy Unlimited, a local organization decided to form a separate entity to preserve the future of an annual event.
Miracle Meal Inc. has now received their own non-profit tax status from the IRS as a public charity. Miracle Meal Inc. now has its own board of directors who are the primary organizers and operators of the event.
“This is our 17th year, and we thought to make sure it goes on in the future, we need to be our own entity and create a board,” Miracle Meal Inc. President Rollie Kent said.
ST. MARYS — As Hurricane Sandy smashed into the East Coast on Monday, the massive storm also forced the cancellation of St. Marys Middle School’s eighth-grade trip to Washington, D.C.
St. Marys Superintendent Shawn Brown said initially plans were to delay the trip 24 hours and then reassess the situation. However, as Sandy continued to pound the eastern seaboard, Brown said it became more clear the trip was in jeopardy.
Shirley Engel, of Wapakoneta, died Monday, Oct. 29, 2012, at Auglaize Acres Nursing Home in Wapakoneta.
Arrangements are incomplete with Miller â€“ Long & Folk Funeral Home in St. Marys.
UNIOPOLIS — Uniopolis village residents face the possibility of unincorporating, or dissolving, the village at the polls on Nov. 6.
The village would become part of the township and the county would assume control of the wastewater treatment facility.
Unio-polis Village Council members Greg Ritchie and Marilyn Fleck both support the measure, as do the remaining three councilors, which passed the move to put it to a vote with residents by a unanimous vote.
Helen Maxine Lawrence, 84, of Cridersville, died at 10:09 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012, at Lima Memorial Health Care System.
She was born June 11, 1928, in Lima, the daughter of the late Ivan Baumgartner and Lydia Nungester Baumgartner Hanifin. On Oct. 1, 1947, she married Carl Eugene Lawrence, who survives.
Also surviving are two sons, David (Kerry) Lawrence, of Las Vegas, Nev., and Steven (Sandra) Lawrence, of Wapakoneta; a daughter, Diane (Robert) Stombaugh, of Wapakoneta; eight grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.
Maureen A. Coyle, 77, of Wapakoneta, died 7:20 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012, at St. Ritaâ€™s Medical Center in Lima.
She was born Jan. 15, 1935, in Staten Island, N.Y., the daughter of Ann and Patrick Cassidy. She married James R. Coyle, who survives.
Also surviving are four children, Linda (Daniel) McCune, of Wapakoneta, Debbie (Mark Harshbarger) Martin, of Wapakoneta, Pat (Kim) Weiler, of St. Marys, and Holly (Donnie Browning) Wallace, of Botkins; 10 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; and a brother, John (Barbara) Koritar, of Denver, Colo.
An invasion of apocalyptic proportions resulted in fun for all involved Saturday afternoon down the middle of Auglaize Street.
Kids A Priority of Wapakoneta (KAPOW) held its third annual Zombie Walk and attracted 80 zombies for a good cause.
“It is bigger than last year, which is nice,” KAPOW President Mark Selvaggio said. “We always hope to add a few more every year.”