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February 29th, 2012

BASKETBALL: Raiders eliminate Trojans

February 29, 2012

PIQUA — The Russia Raiders slid by the Botkins Trojans for a 55-41 victory in a Division IV boys basketball sectional semifinal Tuesday night at Piqua High School, but not without a struggle.

Down six at the half, Russia went on a 15-0 run to start the third quarter and quickly stretched its lead to 39-32.

“Coming out of halftime, we managed to take care of the ball, rebound the basketball and keep Botkins to one point,” Russia coach Paul Bremigan said.

Wapak JRS: CSX Select: Wapak industrial land earns rail site certification

February 29, 2012

CSX Corp. announced this week Wapakoneta’s West Central Ohio Industrial Center earned certification under its new CSX Select Sites program.

Wapakoneta city leaders received notification Tuesday that the 471-acre site — developed using state Job Ready Sites (JRS) funds and certified by the Ohio Department of Development in October 2010 as one of the first JRS site in the state — received CSX certification as one of the first CSX Select Site.

Time to leap a day

February 29, 2012

Today is Leap Day.

As most people understand Leap Day, they fall on Feb. 29 every four years on the Gregorian calendar, which is the standard calendar for most of the world. The entire year in which a Leap Day falls is known as a Leap Year.

Common knowledge says that the reason for Leap Day is to compensate for the fact that a period of 365 days is shorter than a solar day by six hours. Hence

Time for school to move on

February 29, 2012

After a moment of silence marking the tragic shooting at Chardon High School on Monday, Wapakoneta City Schools Board of Education members heard from a community member and a teacher about local concerns on unrelated matters.

“It’s so refreshing to walk in here tonight,” said Francine Slife, a community member who has several family members who teach in the district.

“The air is so much thinner,” she said, thanking board members for their recent ratification of a contract with teachers.

February 28th

Margaret Rider, 80

February 28, 2012

Margaret Rider, 80, of St. Marys, died Monday, Feb. 27, 2012, at her residence.
Arrangements are incomplete at Miller Funeral Homes in St. Marys.

Earl Miller, 88

February 28, 2012

Earl Eugene Miller, 88, of Harrod, died at 8:40 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 26, 2012, at his home.
He was born April 25, 1923, in Wapakoneta, the son of Mary Luelle (Zimmerman) and Robert Miller. He married Clarisa Jean Derringer and she preceded him in death. On Sept. 17, 1954, he married Barbara Smith and she survives.
Also surviving are four sons, Larry Edward Miller, of Harrod, Rick Gene Smith, of Harrod, Randal Eugene Miller, of Harrod, and Kennneth Dale Miller, of Kenton; and three daughters, Debra Darlene Brookman, of Lima, Janet Eileen Metzger, of Lafayette, and Greta Ann Miller, of Harrod.

Robert Keller, 66

February 28, 2012

Robert Keller, 66, of Marlinton, W. Va., died suddenly at home early Saturday morning, Feb. 25, 2012.
He was born Oct. 1, 1945, in Canton, the son of the late Mary Lou Marchand and Cecil Keller. He married Patricia Ravenscroft, who survives.
Also surviving are two daughters, Katie Keller (Eric) Barrie, and Mollie Kristine Keller (Justin) Korona; two grandchildren, Jackson Barrie, and Logan Korona; two sisters, Barbara Keller (Rob) Frische, and Judi Keller (Ken) Blanton; and a nephew, Eric Marling.

Kathryn Luecke, 92

February 28, 2012

Kathryn “Kitty” B. Luecke, 92, 120 S. West Street, St. Marys, died at 7 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 26, 2012, at Otterbein – St. Marys.
She was born March 3, 1919, in St. Marys Township, Auglaize County, to Mary (White) and Elmer Youngs. On Oct. 18, 1956, in St. Marys, at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, she married Rodney S. Luecke, who survives.
Also surviving are two daughters, Mary (Chris) Beane, of St. Marys, and Jonie (Rick) Kistler, of St. Marys; two grandchildren, John Beane, and Grace Kistler.

Prepare for the worst: Motter says village school should be ready for shooting

February 28, 2012

WAYNESFIELD — Waynesfield Police Chief Nathan Motter told Waynesfield Village Council members it was time to develop a contingency plan in case of a violent school event.

Motter said he contacted Waynesfield-Goshen High School Principal T.J. Winkler Monday after a gunman opened fire inside a high school cafeteria in Chardon at the start of the school day, wounding three students, two of whom later died. A suspect, now reported as being a 17-year old student, was arrested a short distance away. The school is approximately 30 miles east of Cleveland.

Wind turbine movie set

February 28, 2012

Three showings of the film, “Windfall,” have been scheduled for the next month with the first viewing possible this weekend.

“Windfall,” a film directed by Laura Israel, documents how the development of a wind farm outside of Meredith, N.Y. divides the residents of the city and the surrounding area.

The film mirrors Wapakoneta with Auglaize Neighbors United against the wind turbines being built so close to residences and the city of Wapakoneta and surrounding villages.

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