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November 21st, 2014
Joyce Murphy has lived a long life. From a wife of more than 40 years with a family business, to a woman who was admitted to hospice care and now resides at Wapakoneta Manor.
The common consensus when someone is admitted to hospice care is a person is going to pass away in a matter of months, maybe days or weeks, but not for Murphy, who was in hospice care for five months. She is the exception.
Ever since he was a young child, Wapakoneta High School senior Hayden Metzger has always loved math.
“I’ve always understood math better than a lot of other subjects,” Metzger said. “There was just something about it that really hit home with me. From the start I could do it easily and as I grew older it stuck with me.
“I just always really enjoyed math.”
The five stylists at Mirror Image Hair Salon are almost completely settled in their new home after moving into it three weeks ago.
The salon moved to its new location at 801 Middle St. from 2 S. Seltzer St., where it had been for more than eight years. Prompting the decision to move was the need for more space.
The Auglaize County Solid Waste District will purchase two new vehicles in 2015, director Dave Reichelderfer said in a recent budget meeting with the county commissioners.
Auglaize County is giving municipalities within the county the opportunity to create a database of its infrastructure through an app.
It was a beginning.
The Wapakoneta City Council Finance Committee got down to work Thursday afternoon by discussing items they will need and trying to pin down how often they will have to meet to get a budget through in a timely manner.
Finance Committee Chair and Third Ward Councilwoman Bonnie Wurst said she was a little concerned that the budget is tighter than expected due to a reduction in income tax.
The Knights of Columbus will host its 7th Annual Chili Cook-off at 5 p.m. Friday at the K of C Hall in Wapakoneta to help support the Auglaize County Shop with a Cop program.
Senior trustee Mike Sullivan said last year’s cook-off was able to raise more than $3,000, which benefited at least 100 children who were able to participate in the program.
The results of the Nov. 4 election are official.
The Auglaize County Board of Elections met twice this week, first to examine absentee ballots on Tuesday, and then to go over provisional ballots, if any, and certify the election on Wednesday.
Add a little jazz to any holiday gathering this season with the help of Wapakoneta High School juniors Eli Kentner, Micah Nicol and Dakota Dillon.
The three formed their band, Jingle Jazz Trio, about two weeks ago, but have been performing together at school events for the past couple of years.
The Christmas spirit was on full display inside the halls of The Gardens at Wapakoneta Tuesday night as the 16th annual Festival of Trees event prepared to open to the public.
A total of 79 decorative holiday items have been set up throughout the retirement home, including Christmas trees, wreaths and various specialty items that will be sold in a silent auction this week.