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September 30th, 2014

Dogs escape kennel, kill neighbor's dog

September 30, 2014

CRIDERSVILLE — Cridersville Police Department investigated a report of two dogs entering a neighbor's yard and killing a dog at approximately 9 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 29, at a Cridersville residence.

Cridersville Police Chief John Drake said the owner of the deceased dog had the Chihuahua mix tied out in the yard at the 300 Block of West Sugar St., Cridersville, when two dogs, a husky and a part wolf breed, entered the yard and attacked the Chihuahua.

September 29th

Wings fly to support veterans

September 29, 2014

The Wapakoneta community came together Saturday afternoon and into the evening to celebrate with wings, football and favorite beverages at the 13th Annual Wapak Wing Fest to support the Lima VA clinic.

Bands gather for fest

September 29, 2014

SIDNEY — The sounds of raw brass, delicate woodwinds and percussive instruments could be heard resonating together off of Sidney Memorial Stadium Walls on Saturday, Sept. 27, in the 28th annual Sensational Sounds Marching Band Festival.

Wapakoneta High School Marching Band performed along with high schools from Covington, Miami East and Sidney in an event fully dedicated to showcasing young musicians’ talents. 

Woman indicted on theft charge

September 29, 2014

A former receptionist has been indicted by the Darke County grand jury for allegedly stealing or attempting to steal more than $360,000 from the estates of a Wapakoneta couple. 

Gerald D. “Watermelon” Keller, 78

September 29, 2014

Gerald D. “Watermelon” Keller, 78, of rural Spencerville, died 1:10 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014, at his residence, following an extended illness, with his family at his side. He had been a Spencer Twp. Trustee for the past 12 years.

Charles E. Stonehill, 86

September 29, 2014

Charles E. Stonehill, 86, of Wapakoneta, died at 3:10 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 26 at his residence. He was born Jan. 8, 1928, in Orange Twp., Hancock County Ohio to the late Swan Doyal and Harriett Mary Ewing Stonehille. He married Evelyn I. Stemen July 3, 1958 and she survives in Wapakoneta.

September 27th

Redskins beat Celina, remain undefeated

September 27, 2014

CELINA — The Wapakoneta Redskins used a pair of early turnovers to establish a lead and keep distance between them and the Celina Bulldogs on the scoreboard Friday.

Wapakoneta remained unbeaten in 2014 with a 34-12 win Friday over the Bulldogs in a Western Buckeye League varsity football contest in Celina.

The Redskins have started the season 5-0, with four of those wins coming on the road, including Friday night.

Tigers overmatched by Fort Loramie

September 27, 2014

FORT LORAMIE — It’s hard to field a team with just 25 players on a roster, it’s even harder when injuries hit especially to your most important positions on the team. An undermanned team, combined with injuries and shoddy play can all accumulate to a bad season.

This is the case for the Waynesfield-Goshen varsity football as the Tigers’ season is falling apart after falling to Fort Loramie Redskins, 49-6, Friday night in a Northwest Central Conference matchup.

September 26th

Students give to community, honor teacher

September 26, 2014

Wapakoneta City School students banded together to provide for needy in the community, but also to honor a woman who is remembered as a “faithful volunteer” at God’s Storehouse in Wapakoneta.

The students who participated in the Barb Norton district-wide canned food drive were awarded with a casual dress day on Friday, Sept. 26. God’s Storehouse Chair Carol Berg said the efforts of the students and teachers were much appreciated, along with the canned foods provided to stock the food bank’s inventory.

YMCA to offer program in government

September 26, 2014

For the first time ever, the Wapakoneta Family YMCA, in collaboration with the Ohio Alliance of YMCAs, will offer a program that will allow students to participate in a simulation of the democratic process.

The program is called Ohio YMCA Youth in Government, which began in 1952, and is offered in several states across the country. The YIG movement as a whole, however, began in 1936 in New York. Although it has existed in Ohio for more than 60 years, this is the first time students living in Wapakoneta will be able to participate.

ST. MARYS — The St. Marys Roughriders followed through on their game plan, scoring an early...
CELINA — The Wapakoneta Redskins used a pair of early turnovers to establish a lead and...
FORT LORAMIE — It’s hard to field a team with just 25 players on a roster, it’s...

 

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