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  1. Final plat is approvedRead the original story

    Sep 11, 2018 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    The Rolling Hills Estates final plat plan was OK'd by a 1-vote margin Monday, after an hour long discussion that included water drainage, ditch petitions and pond engineering. Meeting Monday in a special session, the Wapakoneta Planning Commission, which had tabled the request for approval of the final plat last month after a letter from Auglaize County Doug Reinhart was read that questioned the retention pond and its overflow structure.


  2. Trash talk continuesRead the original story

    Aug 22, 2018 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    It was two hours and 15 minutes of trash talk - some of it polite, some of it contentious, some of it new, some of it repetitive - and at the end of the meeting summed up pretty well when Terry Campbell said, "this certainly isn't over." A couple dozen city residents attended Wapakoneta City Council's Committee of the Whole meeting Tuesday to continue the discussion on the future of the city's refuse and recycling department.


  3. Wings of Freedom touch down in Allen CountyRead the original story

    Aug 9, 2018 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    A little bit of history touched down at the Allen County Airport on Wednesday, as a group of rare World War II-era planes visited Lima while on a 10-month tour of the country. As part of the Collings Foundation's Wings of Freedom Tour, a B-17 Flying Fortress "Nine O Nine," B-24 Liberator "Witchcraft," B-25 Mitchell "Tondelayo," and P-51 Mustang "Toulouse Nuts," will be camped out at the airport until noon on Friday.


  4. Swink to reign at festivalRead the original story

    Jul 19, 2018 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    Six of Wapakoneta's talented and bright young women took to the Performing Arts Center stage on Wednesday night for the Miss Summer Moon Scholarship Pageant, marking the start of the 2018 Summer Moon Festival. This year's contest featured six contestants, five juniors and seniors and one recent graduate of Wapakoneta High School, all competing for $2,000 in scholarship funds.


  5. Children's store offering a soft openingRead the original story

    Jul 11, 2018 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    Last week, a new Wapakoneta business celebrated their impending Grand Opening, but before they've even cut the ribbon on their new store, owners Jessica Fuerst and Dino Moler are already making themselves a part of the community. Wish Children's Boutique, which will officially open on July 19, offers a wide variety of clothing for children, as well as a small art center, and is the culmination of an idea, the right space, and the right community.


  6. Rudd-Yocum is a bright spot in cityRead the original story

    May 15, 2018 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    On just about any weekday morning, you can find Jim Kohler out at the Rudd-Yocum Corner Garden in Wapakoneta. Together with Lois Marker, the pair of Roots and Shoots Club members have revitalized the once neglected garden that was donated to the city in the early 1990s.


  7. Superintendent candidate list up to 21 namesRead the original story

    Apr 25, 2018 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    With Monday's deadline now passed, the Wapakoneta City School District is no longer accepting applications for the superintendent position. Superintendent Keith Horner was hired to fill the same position at Apollo Career Center in Lima in March, triggering the search.


  8. New restaurant will be fourth in a local chainRead the original story

    Apr 4, 2018 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    The popular breakfast and lunch spot, which already operates out of two locations in Lima and a third in Bluffton, is expanding into Wapakoneta with a new, fourth operation that is tentatively set to open sometime this summer. Owners Amy and Justin Musil have already made significant progress on the future location of the restaurant, 802 Gardenia Dr., after first visiting the former laundromat in mid-January, and closing the sale just a few days later.


  9. Your opinion matters: State BOE member schedules strategic planning sessions & wants your inputRead the original story

    Mar 27, 2018 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    Education matters, says Linda Haycock, and she wants you to help point Ohio in the right direction when it comes to the future. Haycock, of Lima, is a member of the Ohio State Board of Education, representing the 23-county District 1, an area that includes Auglaize County.


  10. Sportscaster chronicles his careerRead the original story

    Feb 27, 2018 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    Mike Schepp has rubbed elbows with the likes of Ben Rothlisberger, Mike Pruitt, Rick Patino and LeBron James, thanks to a part-time gig on a small-town radio station, a job taken because he was promised he'd get some air time broadcasting high school basketball a couple of months down the line. That job at WDOH in Delphos, which Schepp began in the summer of 1979 led to a job with Centel Cable doing play-by-play for tape-delayed broadcasts of high school football and basketball games.


  11. Billboard raises stirRead the original story

    Feb 8, 2018 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    A billboard recently popped up along I-75 between Wapakoneta and Lima, making an outrageous claim against U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan . The wildly accusatory advertisement was paid for by Mad Dog PAC, a political action group founded late last year by Claude Taylor, known for breaking 'news' on Twitter regarding suspected collusion between the Russian government and the Trump Presidential Campaign.


  12. Patrol probes fatal crashRead the original story

    Feb 5, 2018 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    The crash occurred Friday evening February 2, at 9:23 p.m. on Interstate 75 at State Route 67 in Auglaize County. Through the crash investigation it was found that a 2005 Hyundai Tuscan SUV was traveling north on Interstate 75 attempting to exit at State Route 67/Exit 113.


  13. Commissioners told of national opioid suitRead the original story

    Jan 24, 2018 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    Such a suit is similar to a class action suit, but designed for political entities - states, counties - and allows them to join for one suit. Pierce said the current case the law firm wants the county to join is centering on Northwest Ohio.


  14. Valu class looks at ag, mediaRead the original story

    Dec 22, 2017 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    In a coordinated effort between three Auglaize County Chambers of Commerce, local business people were given the opportunity to tour county businesses - including the Wapakoneta Daily News - as part of the Visioning Auglaize Leadership and Unity Program . Members of the Wapakoneta, St. Marys, and Southwestern Auglaize County Chambers took part in the leadership program on Thursday for a day of tours centered around the media and agriculture.


  15. Back home again in WapakonetaRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2017 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    There's a familiar face in the Wapakoneta Manor administrator's office this week, as Amy Kentner takes over the post at the nursing home. Kentner, the former director of nursing at Wapak Manor, returns after spending several years away at facilities in Lima and Troy.


  16. Veterans join together to help othersRead the original story

    Dec 5, 2017 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    For several years, three of the local veterans organizations have been providing a meal and a bit of Christmas to area disabled veterans. This year's event was held Monday at the Wapakoneta VFW Post 8445, its home for the past couple of years.


  17. Man gets six years in murder caseRead the original story

    Nov 24, 2017 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    A Missouri man accused in the November killing of Ryan Vanbuskirk of Wapakoneta was sentenced Wednesday to six years in prison. Rione Gray, was originally charged with murder with firearm specifications, an unclassified felony; involuntary manslaughter with gun specifications, a first-degree felony; and aggravated robbery with firearm specifications, also a first degree felony, by a grand jury in Allen County in June 15. Gray agreed to plead guilty to Involuntary manslaughter, a third degree felony and the state dropped the murder and aggravated robbery charges.


  18. Bill targets redundant bureaucracy in schoolsRead the original story

    Oct 30, 2017 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    Ohio State Senator Matt Huffman, R-Lima, introduced Senate Bill 216 earlier this month, which has deep ties to several area school officials. Chris Pfister, the Waynesfield-Goshen schools Superintendent, helped spark the writing of the bill, which has been coined the, "Ohio Public School Deregulation Bill."


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