December 24, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Giving A Gift

Ada Miller, a resident of Fairlawn Haven, receives handmade Christmas tree ornaments from Claire Nisely, left, and Lila Hicks, Archbold second grade students. Second graders visited Fairlawn Haven, Thursday morning, Dec. More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

Sue Ann Dominique

Sue Ann Dominique, age 81 years, of Archbold, passed away Friday afternoon, Dec. 19, 2014, at CHP Defiance Area In-Patient Hospice Center. She was born May 5, 1933, at Delta, the daughter of Frank and Emma (Sanderson) Smith. More...

DEATH NOTICES

Maurice L. Rupp, 97, Archbold, died Dec. 17, 2014. Survivors include three children. Edgar-Grisier Funeral Home, Wauseon. Clyde A. Sommer, 89, Archbold, died Dec. 20, 2014. Survivors include three children. Short Funeral Home, Archbold. More...

Public Record

Breaking News - 3:48 PM

CCNO Announces Inmate Death

A Toledo man being held at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio was pronounced dead Tuesday morning, Dec. More...

Eight Charges Pending Against McLeod

Eight charges were pending against Donald Lee McLeod, 49, Archbold, as of Friday, Dec. 19. McLeod is accused of stealing donation cans from the counters of various businesses, including in Archbold. More...

Vandalism Reports Filed

Two reports of vandalism to vehicles were filed with Archbold police recently. Terri L. Wiemken, 53, Napoleon, told police on Wednesday, Dec. 17, the left rear tire of her car had been damaged. More...

Opinion

Christmas

In a very short time, pandemonium will erupt in hundreds of homes in our area where young children live. On Christmas morning, the youngsters will race to the Christmas tree to see what Santa Claus delivered. More...

Eyesore Or Icon?

In an article in this newspaper, Michael Emmons, an historic preservationist with ties to our community, asks us not to be too hasty in our decision to demolish the Red Cross Drug Store building. More...

Northwest State News Disturbing

Citizens of Northwest Ohio look again toward Northwest State Community College with disappointment, as labor negotiations take a distasteful turn. More...

Religion

News from the Pew & Pulpit

United Methodist Sunday: Matt Slawinski, sound/video; Susie Slawinski, pianist; Cindy Rose, liturgist; Applause bell choir, “Christmas Joy,” and “The Friendly Beasts.” Message, “Elf More, Grinch Less,” David David More...

Cross Over Bethlehem

The cross, symbol of Christianity, appears to hover over the manger scene in a display at St. Martin’s Lutheran Church, Archbold. More...

Births

Fulton Co. Health Center Dec. 12: Jasmine Hanf, Delta, girl; Desteny & Rick Lamb, Archbold, girl. Dec. 16: Kristin & Mathew Johnson, Fayette, boy. Dec. 18: Donna & Jason Dohm, Defiance, girl. More...

Red Cross Drug "Fin" Called Iconic Example Of Architecture

Emmons Wants Building Saved

While many citizens are anxious to see the Red Cross Drug Store torn down, at least one preservationist with local roots has a different opinion. More...

Northwest State Community College Professional Employees Okay 10-Day Strike Authorization

A version of this article was posted on ArchboldBuckeye.com at 3:50 pm, Thursday, Dec. 18. More...

News

County Commissioners Expected To Appropriate $12.5 Million For 2015

Fulton County commissioners were expected to pass a measure setting general fund appropriations for 2015 at $12.5 million at their meeting yesterday, Tuesday. More...

Read To Me!

Archbold second graders visited with residents and volunteers at Fairlawn Haven, Thursday, Dec. 18. Above: Kaitlin Wood reads a Christmas story to Mryl Short, a Fairlawn resident. More...

Uplifted Voices

Singing to Fairlawn residents are, above, Koalten Manz; below, Kaylee Rodriguez, left, and Jessica Sparks.– photos by David Pugh More...

People

FFA News

Five Pettisville FFA members spent Friday, Nov. 21, in Wauseon collecting toy and money donations for the Fulton County Toys for Cheer drive, along with other Fulton County FFA members. More...

Earn Degrees

Cale Short, Archbold, was among eight students recognized during a special event after completing the information technology specialist certificate program at Northwest State Community College. More...

Sports

Fricker’s Duals Tourney Is A Successful Event For Archbold

The Defiance College George Smart Athletic center was the venue for the third annual Fricker’s Duals, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 19-20. More...

AHS Wrestlers Open Season with Split

Archbold opened the Northwest Ohio Athletic League wrestling season at Bryan, Thursday, Dec. 18, against Patrick Henry and Delta. The Streaks defeated the Patriots 66-18 in the opener and was then soundly defeated by Delta in the nightcap, 62-16. More...

Streaks Fall To Pilots In Holiday Classic

Ayersville turned the tables on Archbold in the finals of the Holiday Classic at Defiance High School, Tuesday, Dec. 16. Last year, the Streaks won their third straight title, beating the previously undefeated Pilots 52-42. More...

Recipe Corner

Recipe Corner

Easy, Elegant Holiday Popcorn 8 cups popped popcorn2 ounces white chocolate,melted2 ounces dark chocolate,meltedRed and green holiday sprinkles Place popcorn on a large baking sheet. Set aside. More...