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Attacks spurred changes in county

September 9, 2011

ST. MARYS — A local county official says the tragedy of Sept. 11, 2001, forced emergency personnel across Auglaize County to reassess its capabilities in the event of a local disaster.

“It created a lot of work for us,” Auglaize County EMA Director Troy Anderson said of the aftermath of the terrorist attacks a decade ago. “One was changing our plans and we updated a lot of plans.”

Firefighters reflect on Sept. 11

September 9, 2011

ST. MARYS — Firefighting was in the blood for St. Marys Firefighters/Paramedics Nick Scott and Doug Beougher.

The two were hired to the St. Marys Fire Department in October 2006, and both had family members who also served as first responders. Scott’s father was a firefighter, while Beougher’s grandfather, father, uncle and brother are all firemen.

“We both come from firefighting families,” Scott said.

Industries holds annual picnic

September 9, 2011

NEW BREMEN — A local employer gave its clients the day off as part of an annual get-together on Friday.

Auglaize Industries clients feted the end of summer with an annual celebration, as they ate, played games and enjoyed each other’s company.

“This is our client appreciation picnic,” Director Greg Ferrall said. “We hold an annual client picnic, and we do a Christmas party also, which is the last Friday that we work in December.”

The picnic, Ferrall said, is a way to give back to the clients.

Lake Campus Dean Visits Group

September 9, 2011

CELINA — A local campus head spoke to a networking group about her rise to her current career position during the group’s monthly meeting.

Bonnie Mathies, the dean of Wright State University Lake Campus, spoke to members of the Auglaize/Mercer Women in Business Networking Association and members of the Lake Campus’ Women Supporting Women group.

Mathies’ speech was titled “Who Knew” — and she described her journey from her college graduation to being named dean of the Lake Campus in May.

CSX Man Killed In Accident

September 9, 2011

WAPAKONETA — A Cincinnati man was killed Thursday morning after he was pinned between two CSX railcars.

According to a news release issued by Auglaize County Sheriff Al Solomon, Dennis A. Hemme, 59, of Cincinnati, was killed after he was pinned between two train cars on the CSX rail just south of Taylor Road in Auglaize County. The sheriff’s office received a phone call reporting the incident at 5:16 a.m. Thursday.

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