February 17, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

Pettisville School Levy On May Ballot

No Tax Increase

Pettisville School Board took the final step to place a permanent improvement levy renewal on the May 4 primary election ballot.   The vote came during the Monday, Feb. 8 meeting. More...

Archbold Students Stay After School

A total of 93 elementary and middle school students who need extra academic help were scheduled to begin getting it, starting Tuesday night, Feb. 16. More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

DEATH NOTICES

James E. Lantz, 59, Pettisville, died Feb. 11, 2010. Survivors include his wife, Pauline, and four children.   More...

Public Record

Archbold Police Log

Feb. 8   6:42 am: Traffic stop, semi stopped in turn lane, 800 block West Barre Rd., driver lost.   2:40 pm: Citation to Robert Gonzales, 38, Archbold, speeding, 300 block Walnut St.   Feb. 9   More...

Police Seek Man Who Took Woman’s Car

Thom Ross, Archbold assistant police chief, said offi- cers are searching for a subject who allegedly borrowed a car and has not returned.   Denna J. Thain, 63, Archbold, told police Tuesday, Feb. More...

Woman Struck In Intersection

Sheila M. Stockburger, Archbold, told officers she was struck by a silver auto, possibly a sport utility, between 5:30 pm and 5:45 pm, Friday, Feb. 5. More...

Sports

Wauseon Wins NWOAL Wrestling Crown, Streaks Come Up Empty

It was a long dry spell for Wauseon when it comes to winning a Northwest Ohio Athletic League wrestling championship.   The last time the Indians won the league crown was in 1984, when Ronald Reagan was in the White House. More...

Streaks Avenge Loss, Beat Indians 47-34

Archbold avenged a 59- 40 Feb. 4 league loss at Wauseon with a 47-34 nonleague victory over the Indians at The Thunderdome, Saturday, Feb. 13. More...

Rams Topple AHS In OT

Tinora made it three straight wins over Archbold (13-4) in boys basketball with a 59-56 win in overtime, Saturday, Feb. 13.   The Streaks traveled to Tinora in hopes of extending their eight-game win streak. More...

Religion

News from the Pew & Pulpit

Archbold Evangelical   Sunday: Prelude; offertory, When The World’s On Fire by mens quartet. Message, “Ask, Seek, Knock,” Stuart Rex. More...

Mixed Team Day At Bible Quiz, Sunday, Feb. 14

By becoming involved in Bible study, young people develop a love and respect for the Bible. The Word is planted in their hearts and dynamically influences them.   More...

Births

Fulton Co. Health Center   Feb. 6: Katherine and Chris Rufenacht, Wauseon, boy.   Feb. 9: Dina Rivas, Wauseon, girl; Tiffany Henricks, Lyons, girl.   More...

Sectional Wrestling

Stuckey, Cowell, Neuenschwander Win Sectional Crowns

Archbold's Oliver Stuckey (130 pounds), Jordan Cowell (135 lbs.), and Shem Neuenschwander (189 lbs.) won individual titles at the Division III sectional wrestling championships...–Posted 2.20, 11 pm More...

Wind Project Up In The Air, Deskins Says

The Archbold Area School District has not, and might not, spend $80,000 for consultant fees for the proposed wind turbine project.   Speaking to the district school board, Monday, Feb. More...

Community Rallies Around AHS Boy

When an Archbold High School student found himself in a desperate situation after the death of a family member, people in the school district and the community raised $4,000 in less than 72 hours. More...

Radiothon Tops $33,850 Goal

The 2010 Fulton County Heart Radiothon exceeded its goal, raising $35,869.47.   The event, held Thursday, Feb. 11, was the 36th year for the fund-raiser, which has provided training and equipment for the care of persons with heart conditions. More...

 

News

Buckeye Earns Third In In-Depth News Reporting

The Archbold Buckeye received third place in in-depth reporting at the annual Osman C. Hooper Newspaper Show, Thursday, Feb. 11, in Columbus. More...

Foundation Officers, Trustees For 2010

These men and women are the officers and trustees for the Archbold Area Foundation for 2010. Seated, from left: Karlin Wyse, president; Steve Brink, treasurer, and Jodi Herman, secretary. More...

Muni Tax Down 39%

The village of Archbold started the year on a somewhat sour note, as the money received from the municipal income tax was down over $100,000 in January from January 2009. More...

People

Raker, Rychener To Wed June 26

Tracy McQuillin, Archbold, and Todd Raker, Wauseon, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Amber Renee Raker, to Eric Christopher Rychener, son of Chris and Marilyn, Pettisville. More...

Correction

Because of a mistake in the picture caption last week, the Raker-Rychener engagement announcement is being rerun. The Archbold Buckeye apologizes for the error. More...

2010 Fairlawn Haven King And Queen

  The Fairlawn Haven king and queen were crowned at the Valentine party on Thursday, Feb. 11. From left: Lucille Short, runner-up queen; Jo Lantz, queen; Lester Nafziger, king; Robert Nyce, runner-up king.– courtesy photo   More...

Opinion

It's Important To Pay Taxes

Property tax time has come and gone again. It’s that date when many property owners write out large checks to the Fulton County treasurer for real estate taxes. More...

Letter To The Editor

I understand that this is an opinion and that everyone is entitled to their own; however, I question why the Buckeye didn’t do followup or investigation into the matter.   Mr. More...

Letter To The Editor

In last week’s edition of the Buckeye, there were some omissions that should be addressed. More...