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  1. Armstrong Museum hires new directorRead the original story

    Friday Dec 7 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    The new year will bring with it a brand new STEM classroom, currently under construction, and plenty of excitement surrounding the 50th Anniversary of Wapakoneta native Neil Armstrong's first steps on the moon. During their Thursday meeting, the Armstrong Air and Space Museum Association officially hired Dante M. Centuori to take over the position beginning January 7, 2019.

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  2. Coleman gives look into services offeredRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 6 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    Coleman Professional Services, a local non-profit health organization, held a coffee event at its Wapakoneta location Wednesday to inform the community about services it provides. Kathy Myers, director of communications and advocacy, spoke with members of the public about what Coleman offers.The non-profit, which works with those with mental and physical disabilities, as well as those in addiction recovery, serves 28,562 individuals in its multi-county service area.

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  3. Museum debuts new technologyRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 6 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    While construction crews plow ahead outside the Armstrong Air and Space Museum, the staff has been busy working on a bit of a smaller project inside, which debuted this week. Unveiled on Tuesday, the museum has installed an interactive kiosk in front of one of the museum's centerpieces, the Gemini VIII capsule, which carried astronaut and Wapakoneta native Neil Armstrong in a 1966 space exploration mission.

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  4. Collection under way for ChristmasRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 4 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    With the holiday on the horizon, organizers of the Christmas Cheer program in Wapakoneta are getting ready to take in the last few collections of the year. The group, which collects donated gifts and non-perishable food to be distributed to families in need, will be rounding up all of the collection bins scattered around the community on Friday, Dec. 7, meaning this week is the last chance for any potential donors to contribute this year.

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  5. Wapakoneta Rotarians learn more about the causes they supportRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 4 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    Stealing a page from the local Sertoma Club's play book, the Wapakoneta Rotary Club invited recipients of its largess to Monday's meeting to allow members to hear a little bit more about the causes they support.

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  6. Fort Recovery edges Wapakoneta girlsRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 2 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    Fort Recovery girls basketball coach Brian Patch realizes his team understands their style of play. They will win games "ugly."

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  7. Redskins get another easy winRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 2 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    No signs of a letdown. The Wapakoneta boys basketball team rolled to its second win in as many nights, routing Indian Lake 80-50 in its home opener on Saturday.

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  8. Redskins roll to win in season openerRead the original story

    Friday Nov 30 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    Opening night was a crowd pleaser. The Wapakoneta boys opened the 2018-19 season Friday night by taking the stage at Jefferson, and rolling to a 62-31 nonleague victory.

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  9. LEGO League comes to local YMCARead the original story

    Friday Nov 30 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    With a little help from the Wapakoneta Family YMCA, some middle school students are turning LEGOs into a lot more than toys. For the first time this year, a team of Wapakoneta Middle Schoolers will be taking part in LEGO League-a math, science, and robotics competition which challenges students to use LEGO robots to complete a set of tasks integrated into a table-top mat.

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  10. Book chosen for 'space race' community readRead the original story

    Friday Nov 30 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    With the ramp up to the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing and the 2019 Summer Moon Festival well underway, one community-oriented activity is taking a different look at the 'Space Race.' Starting January 1, members of the Wapakoneta-and Auglaize County-community will kick off their community read of 'The Astronaut Wives Club,' by Lily Koppel.

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  11. Work on school safety levy continuesRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 28 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    The Wapakoneta Board of Education met for a fairly routine meeting on Tuesday night, but Wapakoneta City Schools Superintendent Aaron Rex did give a small update on the status of the School Safety and Security levy that the district intends to put up to a community-wide vote. The proposed levy, set at 1 Mil-one dollar per $1,000 of assessed property value-would raise $400,000 for the district to implement a number of safety and security measures.

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  12. Wapakoneta girls fall to St. Henry in season openerRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 28 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    Wapakoneta opened its regular season Tuesday with a 53-45 loss to visiting St. Henry in nonleague girls basketball play. The game was close throughout, with St. Henry up early, and the teams separated by just one point at both halftime and the end of the third quarter.

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  13. Council overrides tourism committeeRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 20 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    Wapakoneta City Council members on Monday overrode the decision made earlier in the evening by its Tourism Committee and authorized some $20,000 to finance way-finding signage and to officially copyright the phrase "First On The Moon" as a part of that signage. Dan Lee, chairman of the Tourism Committee, said the applications filed for both those projects failed to meet the minimum score for funding.

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  14. Mayors want to protect what is theirsRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 20 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    On Monday, St. Marys Mayor Patrick McGowan continued his kilowatt tax crusade and called a press conference where he was joined by municipal leaders from New Knoxville, Minster, Celina, and Wapakoneta to explain how much of an impact the Ohio kilowatt hour tax has on municipalities. The kilowatt tax went into effect in 2001 and helped deregulate electric power in Ohio.

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  15. J. Marie's celebrates anniversaryRead the original story

    Monday Nov 19 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    J. Maries Wood-Fired Kitchen and Drinks is not only centrally located to Wapakoneta at 7 W. Auglaize St.; after three years it has become a central part of its community. The restaurant has worked with area organizations to become a favorite place to host events for numerous non-profit organizations.

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  16. Wapakoneta playoff run ends against AlterRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 17 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    This alternate ending proved to be the final chapter. The Wapakoneta football season finally came to an end on Friday, as they fell 21-7 to Archbishop Alter in the Region 12 championship at Alexander Field.

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  17. Redskins earn recognition for playRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 15 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    The all-Northwest District football team was announced Wednesday, with several members of the Wapakoneta squad earning recognition. In Division III, those named to the first team included senior offensive lineman Devin McBride; junior running back Evan Kaeck; senior defensive lineman Brenan Knueve, and senior defensive back Aaron Chambers.

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  18. Redskins continue playoff run FridayRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 15 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    The quest continues for Wapakoneta. The Redskins battled past another tough opponent last Friday, and have reached the next rung on the playoff ladder.

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  19. Judie Presar named citizen of the yearRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 13 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    As soon as Tom Schlenker read those words, most of the people gathered in the St. Joseph Parish Life Center knew who was going to be named the 2018 Citizen of the Year. Judie Presar fills the rooms she is in with positive optimism, and her leadership, kindness and compassion hold her apart from others, Schlenker recited as he read her nomination for the city's top award.

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  20. WMS students honor veteransRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 13 | Wapakoneta Daily News

    Wapakoneta Middle School students on Monday were urged to spend time with veterans because "their stories are national treasures," to say the Pledge of Allegiance with reverence and to stand at the playing of the National Anthem. America "can and should be proud of their veterans," said Col.

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