August 8, 2007 RSS feed / News

Police Continue To Investigate Shooting On South Lincoln St.

Martin Schmidt, Archbold Police chief, said police offi- cers continue the investigation of a Monday, July 30 shooting at the Carrie Sleigh residence, 312 South Lincoln Street. More...

More, Please!

The Gericke brothers provided the quintessential summer experience of a roadside lemonade stand on a hot day, Thursday, Aug. 2. More...

Defiance Co. Job And Family Services Names Jack Graf New Director

Jack Graf, former Fulton County commissioner, has been named director of the Defiance County Department of Job and Family Services. "This is the hardest job I've ever had," Graf said last week. More...

News from the Pew & Pulpit

Central Mennonite Sunday morning: Music team, music for gathering, song of response; Keith Bruner, welcome and call to worship; opening hymn, What Is This Place, Wanda Stopher, associate pastor; scripture, Isaiah 29:13, 42:20, read by K. More...

Britsch Named August Resident Of The Month

Doris C. Britsch is the Fairlawn Haven resident for August. More...

Organizations

Junior Choral Society Junior Choral Society holds auditions for propective members in grades 4-9, Monday, Aug. 13 and Tuesday, Aug. 14. More...

Learning Macramé

Georgienne Westrick, a volunteer at Sauder Village, shows siblings Scott Holland and Rebecca Modrowski, Archbold, how to do macram More...

Deskins Wants Focus on Education

Dave Deskins' introduction to the superintendent position was anything but typical when he accepted the job in Archbold Area Schools last July. More...

Article

- - - Humor- Two blind pilots walked into the cockpit. One had a dog the other a tap cane. When the passengers saw a large body of water they screamed and the plane lifted. More...

North Carolina Piedmont Sauce

15 ounces white vinegar 15 ounces cider vinegar 3 1.2 teaspoons red pepper flakes 1 1.2 ounces Tabasco sauce 1 3.4 ounces sugar 4 teaspoons cracked black peppercorns Combine all ingredients and mix well. Use immediately or refrigerate. More...

Bollard Knocked Over Again; Truck Damaged

For the first time since special bell-shaped bollards were put in, one of two lighted bollards on Stryker Street was damaged by a semi-tractor trailer rig. More...

Vehicle Vandalism Reported To Archbold Police Department

Three cases of vandalism to vehicles, and a fourth of a vehicle causing vandalism, were reported to Archbold Police officers during the preceding week. More...

Measurable Rainfall in Archbold, Ohio

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Central Mennonite Expansion Underway

began construction on a major addition and renovation project in early May that is expected to be completed in May 2008. The church is located on State Route 2, northeast of Archbold. More...

Dolls Galore

Mackenna Whitacre, 7, Archbold, points out a doll to her mother, Amy, while Mackenna's cousin, Maddie Schlosser, 5, Defiance, watches. The trio attended the Sauder Village annual Doll Show and Sale, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 4-5. More...

Senior Citizens Menu

Week of Aug. 6-Aug. 10 MONDAY - hamburger sandwich, potato fries, California blend veggies, bran bar. TUESDAY - ham loaf, scalloped potatoes, green beans, fruit. WEDNESDAY - macaroni and cheese, tomato and salami slices, peaches, cookie. More...

Hot Work

A high temperature of 87 degrees recorded by the Archbold Wastewater Treatment plant for Friday, Aug. 3 didn't deter this work crew as they laid new asphalt pavement on St. Rt. 66, from the St. Rt. 2-Co. Rd. More...

Developer Has Contracts On Land Left Vacant By Downtown Wauseon Fire

Jerry Dehnbostel, Wauseon mayor, said Monday, a developer has contracts on all four vacant lots in downtown Wauseon, lots that were created by a Saturday, April 14 fire. More...