October 18, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

Renovation Of Spengler Field Valued At $15,000

Rotary, Others Volunteer Time; Businesses Provide Free Or Discounted Services

Using volunteer labor and donated or discounted equipment, services, and materials, the Archbold Rotary Club was able to renovate Spengler Field and save the Archbold Area School District $5,274.02. More...

Friday Night Football

Top, field commander Sarah Schoehnals leads the Archbold High School marching band while playing America The Beautiful during pre-game festivities before the Archbold-Patrick Henry varsity football game, Friday, Oct. 13. More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

J. Jeanette Kreft, 95, formerly of Archbold, died Friday, Oct. 12, 2007 in her son's Sylvania Township home. More...

June M. Spengler

June M. Spengler, 72, of Archbold, died Wednesday evening, Oct. 10, 2007, in her home. Prior to her retirement she had been a teachers aide in the Pettisville School for 19 years. Mrs. Spengler was born in Fulton County on Feb. More...

Verden L. Beck

Verden L. Beck, age 89 years, of Archbold, passed away Friday afternoon, Oct. 12, 2007 at the University of Toledo Medical Center, where he was a patient six days. He had resided at Fairlawn Haven Nursing Home in Archbold since April 2005. More...

People

Couple Resides In Wauseon

Stefanie Jo Miller and Matthew Jon Badenhop exchanged wedding vows at 4 pm, Saturday, July 28, 2007, in St. Martin's Lutheran Church, Archbold. Paul Reichert was the officiating pastor. Music was presented by Steve Basselman and Deb Schnitkey. More...

Quimby, Waldron Marry

Amy Sue Quimby and Andrew Goodwin Waldron exchanged wedding vows at 1 pm, Saturday, Aug. 25, 2007, in St. John's Christian Church, Archbold. Brad Bame was the officiating pastor. More...

Couple Celebrates 50th Anniversary

Ervin Haas and Erma Freytag were married Nov. 9, 1957, at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Napoleon Township. George Hueter officiated the ceremony. They have two children, Diane Gasche, Napoleon, and Mike (Sherry) Haas, Wauseon. More...

Opinion

Spengler Field: Spirit Of Service

Archbold's Spengler Field, where fond memories of Blue Streak gridiron glory were formed, is looking much better today because of efforts of the Archbold Rotary Club, local businesses, and volunteers. More...

Gary, Ind. Fines Drivers Using Hand Phones

Drivers in Gary, Ind. who insist on using hand-held cell phones soon will pay fines when stopped by police. More...

Golden Notes Of Archbold's Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago Wednesday, Oct. 15, 1997 Angie Avers recently cast a ballot in a series of votes that set ecumenical trends in motion for the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America. More...

Dairy Farmer Hasn't Missed A Day On The Job In 10 Years

How many times do you go to work? Say you've got an average job. Start with 365 days in a year, take out 104 days for weekends, plus another two weeks for vacation. More...

Trustee, Fiscal Officer Seats Up For Grabs In Fall Election

Voters in German Township will have choices to make, as there are two candidates for one trustee seat and two candidates for township fiscal officer. More...

 

News

Yoder Presents Council With Healthy Ohio Plaque

Mari Yoder, Archbold Area Chamber of Commerce administrator, presented a plaque to Archbold Village Council members honoring the village being named a Healthy Ohio Healthy Community award. Speaking to council at the Monday night, Oct. More...

Land South Of Archbold Sold At Public Auction

Two parcels of land, located on Henry Co. Rd. V, south and east of Archbold sold at auction Saturday, Oct. 13. Another parcel of 12 acres with a log cabin homestead and pond did not sell. More...

Council Accepts Bid On Sidewalk, Starts Second Sidewalk Plan

Archbold Village Council agreed to do one sidewalk project and approved starting a second at the Monday night, Oct. 15 Archbold Village Council meeting. More...

Public Record

Archbold Police Log

Oct. 7 10:04 pm: Suspicious person walking in the street, 1300 block S. Defiance St., advised subject to use sidewalk. Oct. 8 10:36 am: Met with transient, Norfolk Southern tracks, 600 block Stryker St. More...

Archbold EMS Log

Sept. 27 9:40 am: Archbold Medical Group, medical, transported to Fulton County Health Center. 10:13 am: Colony Meadows, medical, transported to Archbold Hospital. 4:51 pm: 400 block E. More...

Archbold Fire Log

Sept. 28 11:35 am: Field fire, Co. Rd. D between Co. Rds. 24 and 25, property owner: Roger Stuckey, rural Archbold; no damage; sparks from brush fire started fire in wheat stubble; 500 gallons of water used. More...

Sports

Blue Streak Soccer Goes Undefeated In Regular Season

The Archbold varsity soccer team finished its regular season with an undefeated 13-0-3 record after demolishing Toledo Waite 7-0, Tuesday, Oct. 9. Kelsey Moshier had a hat trick with the help of her teammates. Alicia Drewes scored two goals. More...

AHS Wins 19th NWOAL Volleyball Title

A volleyball match that many expected to be a five-game barnburner instead turned out to be a three-game runaway for Archbold as the Streaks (21-1) dominated Evergreen (16-3) 25- 12, 25-14, 25-20, Thursday, Oct. 11 in the Thunderdome. More...

COLLEGIATE CONNECTION

Darin King, a 2006 Archbold High School graduate, placed 12th for Tri-State (Ind.) University in the Indiana Wesleyan University Invitational, Saturday, Oct. 6. King finished the race in 27 minutes, 41 seconds. More...

Religion

News from the Pew & Pulpit

Archbold Evangelical Mennonite Sunday morning: Nancy Wyse, prelude; choral offertory, The Love of God, directed by Kelly Zaborniak. Message, "The Wedding Banquet," by Brad Bame. More...

Good Clean Fun

From left, Anna Salisbury, Pettisville, and Gracie Runyon, Fayette, 10, grate soap during Sauder Village's Fall on the Farm event, Saturday, Oct. 13. Decades ago, people grated their homemade soap to use in the laundry. More...

Topping It Off

Hannah Brickner, 9, Delta, helps her brother Seth Patrick, 3, finish his decorated pumpkin by placing a toilet-paper-tube top hat over a long plant stem. The pair were visiting Sauder Village Saturday, Oct. More...