October 17, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Forward Inducted Into National Wrestling Hall Of Fame

Chuck Forward, former AHS wrestling coach, was inducted into the Ohio Chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame, Sunday, Oct. More...

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Public Record

Police Log

Oct. 5 11 am: Assist fire-rescue, Fairlawn Apartments, lift assist. 11:43 am: Failure to stop for school bus, Lawrence Lane. 2:57 pm: Crossing guard duty, Lafayette St. at S. Pleasant St. More...

Fulton County Court News

Common Pleas Court   Directions Credit Union, Toledo, plaintiff vs Kent Helm, Metamora, defendant. Other civil.  Raymond Kolodziejczyk, New Port Richey, Fla., plaintiff vs Dan Vargas, Swanton, defendant. More...

Two Receive Summonses

Two people have received summonses to appear in Fulton County Western District Court following a Sunday, Sept. 16 incident at the Circle K store.  Police were called to the store about 1:45 pm by Seth Altaffer, 20, rural Montpelier. More...

Opinion

A2A Concerts A Plus

Austin-To-Archbold, A2A for short, is a concert series that brings musicians from Austin, Texas and other parts of the country to perform in Archbold. More...

Golden Notes Of Archbold's Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago  Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2008   Doug Krauss, AHS varsity boys basketball coach, asked for coaches to be hired by Allan Gladieux, AHS athletic director, rather than the Archbold School Board.  More...

Old Photo Corner

The 1955 Archbold High School baseball team lines up for a photo. Front row, from left: Larry Short, Jack Miller, W. Dean Rupp, Bob Kleck, Neil Spengler, Stanley Buehrer, Philip Buehrer. More...

Good Eating, Hard Work Give King Sisters Great Longevity

Sisters Inez, Delilah, and Martha King live together in a home on a quiet dead-end road north of Archbold.  Surrounded by family living nearby, they refer to the road with a chuckle as “The Kings Highway.”  The three are remarka More...

Drug Mart To Open In 2020

Steve Ferris, Government & Public Affairs Director of Discount Drug Mart, said last week a new 28,000 square foot drug and general merchandise store in Archbold will open in the late spring or early summer of 2020.  Groundbreaking for the ne More...

Pettisville High School Presents “Clue”

For those who enjoy their murder mysteries with a comedic touch, young thespians at Pettisville High School are presenting the stage adaptation of “Clue” this weekend.  The play is “based off a board game,” said Josh Bock More...

 

News

Propose $10,700 For Austin To Archbold

Max Nofziger, rural Archbold and Austin, Texas, promoter of the Austin-to-Archbold concert series, proposed a series of seven shows for 2019 to the Archbold Village Council, with a cost of $10,700.  During the Monday, Oct. More...

Library Board Seeks Two New Members

The Archbold Library Board is seeking two new members before 2019 starts.  Jay Budde, board member and former board president, resigned from the board. Sonya Huser, library director, said his letter of resignation was dated Aug. More...

Pettisville Pumpkin Festival Winners

Winners at the 25th annual Pettisville Pumpkin Festival, Friday, Oct. 5:  2nd grade, Mrs. Borton: Canyon Brown, 1st; Ali Genter, 2nd.  2nd grade, Mrs. Holsopple: Jamison Beck, 1st; Colette Heising, 2nd.  More...

Sports

AHS Boys Golf Team Places 10th At Div. II State Tournament!

The Archbold boys golf team finished with a team score of 724 to place 10th at the Division II state tournament, Friday and Saturday, Oct. More...

Leppelmeier Places 20th At D-II State Tournament

Max Leppelmeier, a Pettisville sophomore, tied for 20th place out of 72 golfers at the Division III state golf tournament, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 12-13, at Northstar Golf Club, Sunbury. More...

AHS Girls Win Second Straight NWOAL Title

After the Archbold girls cross country team won its first Northwest Ohio Athletic League title in 18 years last year, the Streaks repeated the feat, Saturday, Oct. 13, at Archbold. More...

Religion

News from the Pew & Pulpit

Pentecost 21  Archbold Evangelical   Sunday: Simple Sunday. Nick Hudson and worship team, music, offertory. Message, “Sheep Without A Shepherd: Matthew 9:35-38,” Jesse Kahler.  Central Mennonite   More...

Births

Fulton Co. Health Center   Oct. 4: Bethany & Matthew Stuckey, Archbold, girl.  Oct. 6: Bonnie & Craig Gors, Archbold, twins: boy & girl; Trinity Gill, Wauseon, girl.  Oct. More...

Organizations

German Lutheran Heritage   German Lutheran Heritage Association open meeting, Sunday, Oct. 21, 2 p.m., Lutheran Social Services, St. Rts. 66 and 34, south of Archbold. Speaker: Jayne Davis.  Blood Drive   More...