July 30, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

AHS, OSU Marching Bands Learn Routines With iPads

The Archbold High School Marching Band and The Ohio State University Marching Band have something in common. Both are using technology to help them learn their routines for the season. More...

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Obituaries

Darlene L. Holsinger

Darlene L. Holsinger, age 84 years, of Archbold, passed away early Saturday morning, July 26, 2014, at the CHP Defiance Area In-Patient Hospice Center. She was born Feb. More...

Brandi Kay Beltz

Brandi Kay Beltz, age 22 years, of Pettisville, and her unborn son, Brennen Dwight, passed away Thursday afternoon, July 24, 2014, from injuries sustained in an automobile accident at the intersection of State Route 109 and County Road L north of Del More...

Joan Sommer

Joan Sommer, 87, of Archbold, passed away peacefully Saturday evening, July 26, 2014 with family at her side. She was born in Bluffton, Ohio on March 29, 1927, to Roy Hauenstein and Azelda (Keifer) Hauenstein. More...

Opinion

Give Cyclists Fair Warning!

Bicycles and sidewalks are generally a good combination, except in downtown, where a fast-moving two-wheeler can spell trouble. While infrequent, bicycles have collided with pedestrians. Injuries resulted and bones were broken. More...

Letter To The Editor

What a sweet picture of the little girl smiling with her safety award in the Buckeye. More...

Golden Notes Of Archbold's Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2004 School board will hear the results of its community survey at a special meeting, Thursday, Aug. 5. The survey cost the district $5,600. More...

Rescuers Find Victims Over A Mile Away From Crash

For a period of time, Fayette Rescue had the wreckage of a single-car accident, but no victims, Friday night, July 25. The two victims were later located about 1 1/4 miles from the crash scene, said Bob Stillion, Fayette Fire Department chief. More...

Too Many State Tests, Not Enough Learning, Says Rex

State-required testing for students in Ohio schools is taking more and more time from students’ school days. Some even feel the state testing schedule is excessive. More...

Wheat Harvest In County “All Over The Board”

Results from the 2014 Fulton County wheat harvest were “all over the board,” Eric Richer, Fulton County agricultural extension agent, said Monday. More...

Kammeyer’s Flowers Sprout Compliments

Drive past Larry and Marilyn Kammeyer’s house on the north corner of Monterey Court and La Choy Drive, and you can’t help but notice Marilyn’s flowers. A sea of red blooms in front of the house. More...

News

Pipeline Project Has Commitment From Shippers

A proposed natural gas pipeline that will extend from gas-rich shale deposits in eastern Ohio, West Virginia, and western Pennsylvania to Defiance, then north past Archbold into Michigan and Canada, already has commitments. More...

Charity Fundraiser

From left, Ava Knapp, 9, Carter Nicely, 9, and his sister Claire, 7, set up their own lemonade stand, Saturday, July 26, to raise money for charity. The kids had a big goal for their project. More...

Unemployment Up In County For June

Unemployment in Fulton County climbed from a record low 5.1% in May to 6% during June, according to the Ohio Department of Job & Family Services. It’s the first increase in unemployment in the county since the start of the year. More...

Public Record

Three Killed In Crash; State Patrol Investigates

Three people, including a pregnant woman, died when their car collided with a semi truck about 4:43 pm, Thursday, July 24. The Ohio State Highway Patrol identified the victims as Matthew C. More...

Investigate Theft From Children; Attempted Break-In At Dentist Office

Archbold police are looking into the theft of a digital music player from youths in Ruihley Park, Saturday, July 19. More...

Rings Missing

Chanda L. Clark, 37, East Gardens, told Archbold police, Tuesday, July 22, two rings valued at $605 were taken from her apartment. The theft occurred sometime during July, she said. More...

Religion

News from the Pew & Pulpit

Archbold Evangelical Sunday: Deb Neuenschwander, worship leader, childrens moment; Kim Rosales, Nick Hudson, and worship team, music, offertory. Message, “Exodus: The Persistent Passion of God-Flies, Livestock, Boils,” Jesse Kahler. More...

Organizations

Senior Center More...

Getting A Pat On The Neck

Four-year-old Samantha Wachtmann, Wauseon, pets Mark, a standard bred horse pulling the carriage at Sauder Village, Saturday, July 26. Helping Samantha is her grandmother, Chris Wachtmann, also of Wauseon.– photo by David Pugh More...