April 9, 2008 RSS feed / People

FFA News

The Pettisville FFA chapter held its 58th annual FFA banquet, Thursday, March 27. Awards were presented, a new sweetheart was crowned, and 2008-09 officers were inducted. Laura Bruner, a 2005 PHS graduate, was the speaker. More...

Honor Students

Kristin Jean Hayes, Archbold, has been named to the honor roll by The Ohio State University for the winter quarter of 2008. Hayes earned a perfect 4.0 grade point average. More...

4-H News

The Pettisville Ever-Ready 4-H Club had its third meeting, Tuesday, March 25. It was the deadline for enrollment forms and money to be turned in to advisors. A quality assurance class for all livestock projects is Monday, April 28, 7:30 p.m. More...

Delicious!

Almost-three-year-old Brayton Huffman enjoys pancakes at the Archbold Fire Department pancake and sausage breakfast, Sunday, April 6, at Ruihley Park Pavilion. Kyle Brodbeck, an AFD firefighter, said there was a good turnout. It raised $3,000. More...

Couple Celebrates 40th Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. David Schaffner will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary, Sunday, April 13, 2008. David Schaffner and Paula Sadler were married April 13, 1968 at First Baptist Church, Stryker, by John Reed. More...

Houck Joins Army

Zachariah P. Houck, a Pettisville High School student, has joined the United States Army. Houck, the son of James and Vickie, Co. Rd. 19, entered the service under the Army delayed enlistment program. He will report to Ft. More...

Earns Scholarship

Lindsy Brader, a 2005 Archbold High School graduate, received the Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Dinsmore endowed scholarship at Ashland University. The daughter of Jonathan and Lorinda, she is majoring in fashion merchandising. More...

Earn Degrees

Amos O'Deal Ruffer, rural Archbold, and Jessie Lyn Kunkle, Fayette, have received degrees from The Ohio State University at the conclusion of the Winter Quarter 2008. More...

Sauder Village Plans New Twists To Old Events

There are no new events on the Sauder Village 2008 calendar, but Kim Krieger, spokesman of the village, said old events are being given a new twist. More...