CRIDERSVILLE — He seized more than a quarter of a million dollars in drug money, caught criminals, forged relationships and became a beloved family member and member of a community. All without saying a word.
Max served as a savvy veteran on the police force as the title member of the K-9 unit.
CRIDERSVILLE — The Cridersville Police Department is rolling out a new program to better serve its residents and to connect with them when situations arise.
Starting as early as Jan. 7 or 8, the CPD will be using an application called MyPD. Residents can download the app using Android, Android phones, iPhone and iPad. It requires an Android software of 2.3 or higher.
Dan Bennett was on his way to visit his girlfriend, when he decided to stop at the Auglaize County Engineer’s office. Having just graduated from Ohio Northern University with a degree in civil engineering, he was on the hunt for employment.
A free holiday meal benefitting hundreds of local residents will be offered on Monday, Dec. 15 in the Junior Fair Building at the Auglaize County Fairgrounds.
This year marks the 19th Annual Miracle Meal Christmas Dinner, hosted by Miracle Meal Inc., whose purpose is to “serve others spiritually, physically and materially, and to share the love and message of Christmas.” The organization also relies on local volunteers, churches and businesses.
BUCKLAND — As the village continues to struggle financially, councilors took a step forward Thursday evening that may alleviate the lion’s share of their problems.
Brian Sutton of American Ammunition has offered to lease the former school building.
Coping with the loss of a family member the first year after they’re gone is often the most difficult to get through, especially around the holidays.
Families who are in this situation can unite together this Saturday, Dec. 13, for a special Service of Remembrance, hosted by the Bayliff & Eley Funeral Home, 1102 Lincoln Ave., Wapakoneta.
On Saturday morning, law enforcement officers and families from across the county will take to the aisles of Walmart for the 20th annual Shop With a Cop Program.
Children ages 2 to 11, along with their families, will be accompanied by officers as they choose $50 worth of toys and $100 worth of clothes. In order to be a part of the program, families submit applications. They are then chosen based on need.
From staff reports
Charlie Sutton took down one more school record Thursday, as the Wapakoneta Redskins junior notched his fifth all time mark out of eight individual events.
Sutton broke the Wapakoneta swimming record in the 100-yard butterfly Thursday in a tri-meet at Wapakoneta Family YMCA in varsity boys action.
Sutton, who set four school records last season, posted a time of 55.01 seconds to best the previous mark of 55.18 set by Ryan Kremer in 2012.
CRIDERSVILLE — Having to reschedule its meeting from Monday night to Wednesday night because of a lack of council members present, the Cridersville Village Council resumed its meeting Wednesday as the hot topic from last month remained on the front burner, the extension of AEP on the property of DeLong Pioneer Park along Reichelderfer Road.
On Wednesday, representatives from AEP approached council with two proposals.
The Wapakoneta City Council’s Parks and Recreation Committee met Wednesday to discuss the parks budget for the coming year.
Chairman and First-Ward Councilman James Neumeier presented history of the park budget since 2005 so committee members could see how funding has dwindled.