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May 6th, 2015
Wapakoneta City Schools, Waynesfield-Goshen and Botkins are on a two-hour delay today due to fog.
Here are the unofficial results from today's special election:
Auglaize County Health Department levy passed 2,119-810.
Residents of the Village of Cridersville heard the proposed changes on the village's zoning changes and many questions were brought up.
See tomorrow's edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News for the full story.
Pictured are members of the 2014-15 Wapakoneta High School girls bowling team who attended Wapakoneta City Council’s meeting Monday to be honored with a proclamation from the council. Pictured are, front row left to right, Katie Manger, Josee Kaeck and Kylie Timmerman; back row, head coach Steve Rostorfer, Britni Hosterman, Carlee Hosterman and assistant coach Jim Kaeck, with Wapakoneta Mayor Rodney Metz standing in back. Not pictured are Shelby Timmerman, Kelsey Pothast and assistant coach Dan Ruck.
Below is a list of happenings in and around Wapakoneta this week. Articles on several of these events and much more will be available in the print edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News throughout the week.
A house fire has been reported on Guthrie Street in Waynesfield. Wayne Township fire is on the scene.
A house fire took place at the 12000 block of Ritchie Road. Wapakoneta, Buckland, Cridersville and Spencerville Fire departments are at the scene.
For more on the house fire, see tomorrow's edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
Here's some stories you may have missed in this week's editions of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
Monday: The United Way of Auglaize County searches for volunteers and gears up for its Day of Caring.
Tuesday: Wapakoneta police set the first Police and Citizens Together (PACT) meeting.
Wednesday: The Wapakoneta City School Board of Education honored nine students at its board meeting on Tuesday evening.
Thursday: Waynesfield council members discussed what they felt was appropriate for the village mayor to make during a village council meeting.
A Waynesfield council member's declining payment from the village is against the law, and he knows it.
To see the full story, check out the Saturday, May 2 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.