February 24, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

Three Run For GOP Spot For Commissioner

Fulton County residents who vote in the Tuesday, May 4 Republican primary election ballot will pick one of three Fulton County commissioner candidates for the fall election. More...

Lane Stopher, AHS Grad, Mistaken For Serbian

Lane Stopher, Archbold High School ‘04 and Bluffton University ‘08, is a long way from home.   He’s 15 months into a three-year term with Mennonite Central Committee in Novi Sad, Serbia. More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

Delmer D. “Pete” Rupp

Delmer D. “Pete” Rupp, 92, of Pettisville, passed away Monday, Feb. 22, 2010. He was born in Clinton Township, Fulton County, Ohio, to Jacob H. and Elizabeth (Vonier) Rupp on Oct. 12, 1917. He was a graduate of Pettisville High School. More...

Public Record

Archbold Police Log

Feb. 15   1:33 pm: Vandalism, Fleet Mate.   5:25 pm: Citations to Nicole Marie Munger, 20, rural Delta, for driving left of center and DUI, 700 block E. Lutz Rd.   Feb. 16   More...

No Charges Filed In Vandalism Case

No charges will be filed against four 13-year-olds from Archbold, in connection with a vandalism that occurred Monday afternoon, Feb. 15. More...

Breaking And Entering At East Gardens Reported

Lorene Salinas, East Garden Apartments, reported her apartment was broken into sometime between 8 am, Tuesday, Feb. 16 and 6 pm the following day. More...

Sports

9 Wrestlers Qualify For Districts

Stuckey, Cowell, Neuenschwander Garnish Div. III Sectional Crowns

The gym was dark. Just three spotlights illuminated the center mat. More...

Nine Streaks Advance To Owens District

Intensity. Determination. Disappointment.   What better way to describe the Division III wrestling sectional at Archbold High School, Friday, Feb. 19 and Saturday, Feb. 20?   More...

Liberty Center Squeaks Out Sectional Crown; Archbold Third

Liberty Center won the Division III sectional wrestling title at Archbold High School, Friday, Feb. 19 and Saturday, Feb. 20.   The Tigers finished with 216.5 points, just ahead of Montpelier with 214.5. More...

Religion

News from the Pew & Pulpit

Archbold Evangelical   Sunday: prelude, Pflederer ensemble. Message, “Have Fruit,” Jesse Kahler. Second service: praiselude and worship by praise band team; offertory and message same as first service.   More...

Chicken Pie Recipe Dates Back To Civil War Days

Chicken pie diners at the annual Ridgeville American Legion Post noontime feast may not know it, but they took part in an old tradition.   The dinner, held Sunday, Feb. 21, at the legion hall, dates back about 150 years, to Civil War days. More...

Organizations

Agriculture Education   Pettisville Agriculture Education Adult Ed Advisory Committee, Monday, March 1, 7:30 p.m., Pettisville High School ag room. Speaker: Alan Sundermeier, OSU Extension, Wood County, Erie Basin EERA.   NwOESC   More...

Div. III Wrestling

Cowell Advances To State, Places Second At District

Jordan Cowell was the only Archbold wrestler to advance to next week's Div. III state tournament.–Updated 2.27,11 pm More...

Div. III Girls Basketball Sectional Tournament

Archbold Wins Sectional

Second-seeded Archbold defeated Patrick Henry 48-45 in a Div. III sectional final at Defiance, Saturday, Feb. 27.–Updated 2.27, 11:20 pm More...

Div. IV Girls Sectional Basketball Tournament

Pettisville Advances To District

Top-seeded Pettisville advanced to the Div. IV district tournament with a 70-33 sectional final victory over North Central, Saturday, Feb. 27 at Wauseon.–Posted 2.27, 11:20 pm More...

Add New Chamber At Sara's Garden

Cost Was About $300,000

Judy Burkholder was as excited as a five-year-old on Christmas morning.   One of the founders of Sara’s Garden, the non-profit hyperbaric treatment center in Wauseon, Burkholder had a large present to unwrap, and she did with great joy. More...

Snow Days Remain At Archbold, Pettisville

The Archbold Area School District has one snow day left, and the Pettisville Local School district still has two available, superintendents said Tuesday, Feb. 23. More...

 

News

Count Shows 51 Homeless In Fulton Co.

Homelessness has a different face in Fulton County. Most persons see a “homeless” person as someone living on the street, pushing their possessions in a shopping cart. More...

Park Board Discusses Sun Shade At Meeting

The Archbold Park Board continued talking about sunshades that will be built over the bleachers at Diamond One in Memorial Park at its meeting, Wednesday, Feb. 10. Diamond One faces the west. More...

Road Salt No Problem; Plenty More Available

Keeping an adequate supply of ice-melting salt on hand isn’t a problem for those responsible in keeping streets and highways clear. More...

People

Couple Marry June 6

Krista Jenelle Lersch, Archbold, and Heath Yoder, Greenville, S.C., exchanged wedding vows June 6, 2009, at Archbold Evangelical Church.   Joseph Focht performed the ceremony. More...

Couple Celebrates 70th Anniversary

Lloyd Grieser and Elvesta Christner were married March 1, 1940, in the home of Bishop E.B. Frey, near Pettisville. More...

Students Perform In All-County Music Fest

Students from all seven Fulton County high schools will participate in the 36th annual All-County Music Festival, Sunday, Feb. 28, 3 pm, at Delta High School. Admission is free. More...

Opinion

Unsigned Editorials, Unsigned Letters

Archbold Buckeye editorials stand as the opinion of this newspaper as a community institution.   Before publishing, Archbold Buckeye editorials are debated and considered by an editorial board. Final approval is by Ross Wm. More...

School Officials Fret As State Budget Woes Remain Unaddressed

Other Editors Say...

Anybody worried about how well household income will stack up against expenses in the next year or two should feel for Ohio school districts, which must plan for the near future with no sure idea how much money they’ll be given by the state. More...

Golden Notes Of Archbold's Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2000   Council approved re-platting lots along South Pleasant Street to facilitate construction of new duplexes by John and Gary Grieser.   More...

Recipe Corner

Recipe Corner

Tomato Pasta Sauce

1/2 cup olive oil 15 Roma or other ripe tomatoes, sliced in half lengthwise 6 garlic cloves, peeled and cut in half lengthwise 1 teaspoon kosher or sea salt 1 teaspoon freshly ground pepper 12 fresh basil leaves, torn in half Preheat ove More...

Recipe Corner

Aloha Salmon Burgers

1 package salmon burgers 1/4 cup teriyaki sauce 1 small can pineapple slices, drained 4 slices red onion 4 slices Swiss cheese 4 leaves green leaf lettuce 4 hamburger buns More...