May 13, 2009 RSS feed / News

Teacher, Supplemental Contracts Okayed By Pettisville School Board

Teacher and supplemental contracts were approved by the Pettisville School Board at its Monday, May 11, meeting. Steve Switzer, district superintendent, said the school district is implementing a new contract structure. More...

Pettisville Students Dominate Competition

Pettisville High School students dominated a recent accounting competition held at the University of Findlay. Fourteen schools sent 179 students to the annual competition. More...

Farmers Delayed By Rain; Corn Planting Is Late

Fulton County farmers are later than usual with spring planting, but it's not critical yet. Greg LaBarge, Fulton County Agricultural Extension Agent, said Monday that compared to the last few years, farmers are behind in planting due to rain. More...

Village Finances Debt Through One-Year Notes

In a special meeting, Thursday, April 30, Archbold Village Council agreed to finance $4.2 million in debt, using one-year notes, at an annual interest rate of 1.495%. More...

Retraining Money Available To County Workers

Federal money is available for people who need job training because they've been laid off, lost jobs, or are looking for a better future. More...

Correction

In last week's article about a tree falling on the home of Wes and Pam Graber, an incorrect date was given. The incident occurred on the night of Feb. 11, 2009. More...

Firefighters Battle Blaze In Rural Home

Archbold firefighters battled a blaze in a rural home about 10:46 pm, Thursday, May 7. The fire did about $40,000 damage to the older two-story home and $5,000 to the contents, Andy Brodbeck, Archbold Fire Department chief, said. More...

Water Project Funds Available To County

Fulton County has received a commitment for $3.3 million in federal economic stimulus funds towards the $5.5 million Northeast Fulton County waterline project. More...