Wapak native Francine Slife has been practicing her trade and using her talents for hair styling for 50 years.
On Thursday, thanks to family and Trisa Dietrich and her other co-workers, she was greeted with a surprise party she she arrived at work.
For the second year, the Wapakoneta Police Department has made a special effort to raise breast cancer awareness by making a donation to St. Rita’s Medical Center.
Wapakoneta Principal Scott Minnig proposed a change to how class rankings are calculated at Tuesday’s Wapakoneta City Schools Board of Education meeting.
The Wapakoneta City Council continued discussion on placing an additional one half of one percent to the current income tax rate.
The Auglaize County Library’s Winter Reading program is here.
The program begins Monday and continues through Feb. 11, and is available at all branches of the Auglaize County Library system.
Waynesfield-Goshen students are putting themselves in others' shoes by literally making just that — shoes.
The Buckland Village Council heard its first report from its newly appointed code enforcement officer at Wednesday’s regular monthly meeting.
Auglaize County Assistant Prosecutor Andrew Augsburger of Wapakoneta recently received an award for his longstanding service to the state and the county.
A Sidney man was sentenced to five years of community control, along with a rather unusual probation condition, for his actions during a high-speed pursuit in August.
The Wapakoneta City Council attempted to narrow down the focus of a proposed one half of one percent increase in the city’s income tax.
The city currently collects one percent on salaries and wages. The move would raise that to 1 1/2 percent.