September 16, 2009 RSS feed / Front Page

Pettisville School Budget Increases About $100,000

Members of the Pettisville School Board approved general fund appropriations of just over $4.2 million for the 2009-10 fiscal year at the Monday, Sept. 14, meeting. More...

2009 AHS Homecoming Court

Members of the 2009 Archbold High School Homecoming Court are, seated, from left: Aleah Lambright, senior attendant; Sam Miller, senior escort; Zeke Beck, prince; Giacomo Sgarib, AHS foreign exchange More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

Richard E. Kruse

Richard E. Kruse, age 56, of Omaha, Neb., passed away Sept. 16, 2009, after a courageous battle with kidney cancer.–Posted 9.17, 1:23 pm More...

Miranda Lyn Irene Rice

Miranda Lyn Irene Rice, infant daughter of Valerie (Rupp) and Nicholas Rice of Pettisville, passed away Monday, Sept. 7, 2009, as a result of an automobile accident in which her parents were injured.   More...

Carolyn I. Fricke

Carolyn I. Fricke, age 76 years, of Archbold, entered her heavenly home on Monday morning, Sept. 7, 2009, at the Toledo Hospital.   She was born Feb. More...

People

Millers Celebrate Golden Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Miller, Tucson, Ariz., are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary.   Darrell Miller, Holland, Ohio, and Joanne Stamm, Archbold, were married Oct. 4, 1959, by Rev. Orlo C. More...

More 2009 Fulton County Fair Winners

Additional winners from the 2009 Fulton County Fair. Previous results were published in the Sept. 9 Archbold Buckeye. More...

Molly Grime Earns Award For Research Project

Molly Grime, a junior nursing major at Valparaiso (Ind.) University, presented her group project “Relationships among Life-style, Health Behaviors, and Health Status Outcomes for Underserved Adults” at the Celebration of Undergraduate Sc More...

Opinion

Cutting 4-H Would Ruin The Fulton County Fair

As the Fulton County Commissioners try to find a way out of the current general fund budget crisis, one idea is eliminating the Fulton County Agricultural Extension Service. More...

Spending Money To Save Money Is Good

The Archbold Area School District made a smart move recently, changing the way the district purchases electricity from Toledo Edison. More...

Golden Notes Of Archbold's Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago   Wednesday, Sept. 15, 1999   Finding and keeping good employees is the main concern of industrial employers who were recently interviewed by this newspaper. More...

Recipe Corner

Apple Cider Cheddar Fondue

4 cups (about 1 pound) sharp Cheddar cheese, freshly shredded 1 teaspoon plus 11/2 teaspoons cornstarch 1 1/4 cups sparkling apple cider 1/4 cup lemon juice 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg Freshly ground blac More...

Fulton County Commissioners Approve Sales Tax Increase

Breaking News

Fulton County Commissioners unanimously approved a one-half of one percent (0.5%) hike in the county sales tax for three years in their regular meeting, Thursday, Sept. 17.–Posted 9.17, 1 p.m. More...

262,000-Plus Attend Fair

A total of 262,072 visited the 2009 edition of the Fulton County Fair, down just 71 from the 2008 figure of 262,143.   To put the number in perspective, the 71-person difference is .027, or twenty-seven one-thousandths, of a percentage point. More...

State Senator Criticizes Ohio Budget Bills

Steve Buehrer, state senator representing Fulton County (RDelta), was critical of the state budget bills, including workers compensation, rail transportation, and video slot machines.   More...

Bid For New Pettisville School Far Under Estimate

Pettisville school board approved the first bid for the new school, Monday, Sept. 14, accepting a bid from Miller Bros., Archbold, for the early site work. More...

 

News

Cheaper Power For Water, Wastewater Plants

In response to the doubling of electric rates for the Archbold water and wastewater treatment plants, Village Council has selected a different firm to supply power to the facilities.   More...

Napoleon Firm Wins Council Paving Bid

Gerken Paving, Napoleon, was the low bidder for Archbold’s 2009 miscellaneous street resurfacing project. Archbold Village Council approved the bid at the Tuesday night, Sept. 8, meeting. More...

4-H Winners At The Ohio State Fair

Several Fulton County 4-H members received awards at the Ohio State Fair. Zeke Anderson, clock trophy winner; fishing for the intermediate. Kira Andre, 5th place jr. jersey (3- year-old). More...

Public Record

Archbold Police Log

Sept. 6   3:03 pm: Domestic troubles, 200 block E. Mechanic St., turned over to Children’s Services.   5:13 pm: Loud music with vulgar language, 400 block Murbach St., advised to turn it down. More...

Woman Victimized By Phone Scam

Thom Ross, Archbold assistant police chief, said officers are investigating a telephone fraud case that occurred within the village.   Ross said Patricia Wyse, 830 Ringenberg Drive, Archbold, was the victim. More...

Fulton County Court News

Common Pleas Court   Amanda Smith, Delta, plaintiff vs Daniel Smith, Montpelier, defendant. Divorce.   Kelly Bame, Wauseon, plaintiff vs Stephan Zaborniak, defendant. Domestic violence. More...

Sports

Streak Boys Third At Archbold Invite

The Streaks hosted the Archbold Cross Country Invitational, Saturday, Sept.12.   Stryker won the boys meet with 50 points. Hilltop was second with 55, and Archbold was third with 127.   Wauseon won the girls race with 36 points. More...

AHS Soccer Beats Toledo Christian 9-1

When Archbold traveled to Toledo Christian, Saturday, Sept. 12, the Streaks didn’t know what to expect from the Eagles.   It was the first meeting between the two teams.   The first ten minutes set the tone for Archbold. More...

Streak Volleyballers Overpower Bulldogs

The Archbold volleyball team scored 32 kills in its 25-9, 25-9, 25-11 Northwest Ohio Athletic League victory at Swanton, Thursday, Sept. 10. More...

Religion

News from the Pew & Pulpit

Archbold Evangelical   Sunday: CD prelude. Message, “Creation: In The Beginning,” Jesse Kahler. Second Service: Praiselude, We Adore Thee, offertory, Hope Now, by worship team band; message same as first service.   More...

Births

Fulton Co. Health Center   Sept 2: April Schuller, Wauseon, boy.   Sept. 4: Angelicia Perez, Wauseon, boy; Stacey McCullough, Delta, girl.   Sept. 8: Charis and Shane Netcher, Pioneer, girl; Melissa and Chad Smith, Delta, boy. More...

AHS Class Of 1964 Reunion

Events for the Archbold High School Class of 1964 45th class reunion included a Thursday evening picnic at Karlin Wyse’s cottage on Hamilton Lake, Ind.; Friday night brat fry at the home of Mel Case; Saturday morning brunch and golf outing, and More...