Celina council members reject proposed legislation
By William Kincaid
CELINA - City council members killed an ordinance on Monday night that would have allowed citizens to shoot nuisance animals in Celina if permission was secured from state or federal authorities and city officials.
After a lengthy discussion, including counsel from city law director George Moore, council members unanimously voted against the proposed legislation on its final reading. [More]
CELINA - Wright State University-Lake Campus Dean Bonnie Mathies will retire at the end of the upcoming school year.
Mathies, who was named interim dean in June 2010 and took over the position permanently in April 2011, today said this will be her last year with the university. For now, she is focusing on the upcoming year. [More]
WAPAKONETA - Learning while having fun is a large part of the Auglaize County Fair.
About 30 children laughed and giggled in the Center of Science and Industry tent on Monday afternoon as demonstrators Jordan Rader and Tyler Fox sent a rocket high into the air via some liquid nitrogen.