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April 24th

Senior coaches youth volleyball

April 24, 2014

With a passion for both working with children and playing volleyball, one Wapakoneta senior has taken on a coaching role for a Wapakoneta sixth grade team.

Lyndsi Whitmore, 18, has been playing volleyball since seventh grade, and she said there is no end in sight for her volleyball career.

This year Lyndsi played on the Redskins volleyball team and on club team “Lava” in Lima.

She is looking forward to playing for Bluffton after she graduates this year. She will be starting her college career in early childhood education in the fall.

Administrative professionals enjoy luncheon

April 24, 2014

To help celebrate National Administrative Professionals day, the Wapakoneta Area Chamber of Commerce presented a luncheon yesterday at the Grand Plaza Banquet Hall with  a catered lunch from Al’s Woody’s Diner.

This year’s entertainment came in the form of comedian Jeff Robinson, and with display tables from Joint Township District Memorial Hospital, Steinke Family Chiropractic and Earth Safe Ozone guests were greeted with plenty of entertainment and door prizes.

Author provides tips for peak performance

April 24, 2014

A crowd of students, parents and teachers gathered in the Wapakoneta Performing Arts Center Tuesday night to listen to Bruce Boguski, a renowned motivational speaker and author who spoke to the audience about techniques they can use to become “peak performers” in the classroom and in life.

At the free seminar, Boguski discussed his book, “The Testing Zone,” which provides methods to help students increase their test scores by improving memory and retention, increasing creativity and learning how to relax in pressure situations.

April 23rd

Board honors top students

April 23, 2014

The Wapakoneta City Schools Board of Education honored 11 students for their hard work this school year during a regular board meeting Tuesday night in the Wapakoneta Middle School Library in front of a crowd of parents, teachers and school administrators.

Each of the 11 recognized students are currently attending WMS and were nominated by several of their teachers ranging from grades five through seven.

Inviting kids to exercise the mind and body

April 23, 2014

This Saturday the Wapakoneta Family YMCA is participating in the Y’s national movement of encouraging kids to keep their minds and bodies healthy by holding the free event, Healthy Kids Day.

According to a news release from the Wapakoneta Family YMCA, Healthy Kids Day is celebrated at nearly 1,600 Y’s across the country. It is an fun, educational event to help get kids learning and moving aimed at maintaining those characteristics throughout the summer months.

Principal suffers dog bite

April 23, 2014

A dog bite was reported on Wapakoneta Middle School grounds at 9:43 a.m. on Friday, April 18. 

Principal Wes Newland called the Wapakoneta Police Department advising he was bit in the ankle by a dog while he was riding his bicycle to school.

According to the report, Newland advised that he did not wish to file charges, only to find the dog’s owner. 

Arbor Day tree ceremony

April 23, 2014

In a news story published in our Saturday, April 19 edition of the Daily News we reported that an Arbor Day tree planting ceremony will be held today at Auglaize Acres. It has been brought to our attention this event is actually on May 23 at 1:30 p.m. at Auglaize Acres.

April 22nd

Rains blasts council for grilling mayor

April 22, 2014

Wapakoneta’s Safety-Service Director Bill Rains blazing defense of Mayor Rodney Metz overshadowed Monday’s council meeting.

Owner turns trash to treasure

April 22, 2014

Take a look into your garbage or recycle bins — to most, empty glass bottles or an overused box-spring mattress might seem like junk, but one shop owner has made a living out of repurposing what others might throw away.

Michele Shicora, owner of Relics in downtown Wapakoneta, described repurposing as turning “trash to treasure.”

“Something that someone would think was junk and turning it into something funky and cool,” Shicora said.

Recycling is easy by the numbers

April 22, 2014

For Wapakoneta residents looking to participate in the city’s curbside recycling program, there are a few rules that need to be followed to insure that recyclable materials can be processed properly.

The first thing to remember is what can be placed in the red recycling bin and what cannot.

Green, brown and clear glass bottles and jars, aluminum cans, steel or tin cans, No. 1 plastic containers and No. 2 plastic containers are all acceptable items that can be recycled.

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