April 14, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

Call For New Study Delays Wind Turbines

The proposed wind turbine projects for the Archbold and Pettisville school districts are being delayed again by funding problems. More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

Charles Hudson Kamp

Charles Hudson Kamp, of Archbold, passed away peacefully on Saturday, April 10, 2010.   He was born Nov. 22, 1927, in Highland Park, Mich., to John C. and Jeannette M. Kamp. More...

Mabel A. Burkholder

Mabel A. Burkholder, age 85 years, of Archbold, passed away Saturday morning, April 10, 2010, at the Fulton County Health Center in Wauseon.   She was born Oct. 30, 1924, in Archbold, the daughter of Edwin and Wilma (Short) Short. More...

Lawrence Dale (Ted) Short

Lawrence Dale (Ted) Short, 85, Archbold, died Tuesday morning, April 6, 2010, at Fairlawn Haven Nursing Home in Archbold.   Born May 2, 1924, in Wauseon, he was the son of Andrew and Mary (Miller) Short, and married Ivie F. More...

People

Couple Plans June Wedding

Neil and Kathy Nofziger, Archbold, announce the engagement of their daughter, Karla, to Jaron Bernath, Catasauqua, Pa., son of Jan and Linda, Wauseon. More...

Honor Student

Tyson Fruth, AHS ‘07, son of Marc and Karen, Archbold, was named to the 2010 winter quarter dean’s list at Otterbein College. Students must earn at least a 3.6 gpa to qualify. More...

Earns Degree

Shane Poulson, ‘PHS ‘05, son of John and Lexie, received a Bachelor of Science degree in agriculture during Ohio State University winter commencement exercises, March 21, 2010. ------ More...

Opinion

Airport Trees: Outrage And Frustration

Is the Federal Environmental Protection Agency putting the preservation of bat habitat before the safety of people?   Everyone is familiar with the story: a stand of trees near the Fulton County Airport endangers aircraft trying to land. More...

Old Practice Becomes New Program

The creation of a chaplain program for the Archbold police and fire departments is a good idea that has its roots in an old practice.   More...

Golden Notes Of Archbold's Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago Wednesday, April 12, 2000   Plans are being drawn for improvements to the St. Rt. 66-US 20A intersection, which include traffic signals; but right now, no money is available for construction.   More...

Religion

News from the Pew & Pulpit

Archbold Evangelical   Sunday: Prelude, offertory, call to worship medley by adult choir. Message, “Press On,” Jesse Kahler. More...

Births

Fulton Co. Health Center   April 1: Melissa and Casey Vogelsong, McClure, girl.   April 3: Deidra and Christopher Suydam, Fayette, girl; Nicole Hawkins and Jason McJilion, Delta, girl. More...

Organizations

Blood Drive   Western Lake Erie Region of the American Red Cross blood drive: Monday, April 19, 6 a.m.-12 p.m., Fulton County Health Center, 725 S. Shoop Ave., Wauseon; Monday, April 19, 1-7 p.m., Napoleon Amvets, 2250 N. More...

Pettisville Teachers Seek No Hike In Base Pay; Board Okays Offer

The Pettisville Teacher Association asked for no raise in base pay for a new one-year “professional agreement,” or contract, with the district school board.   The board approved the agreement at its Monday, April 12, meeting. More...

New Northwest State Addition Puts Education On Display

A curved glass wall, facing St. Rt. 34, will put education on display at Northwest State Community College. More...

Pettisville School Calendar Features Short Summer Vacation For 2010

Students in the Pettisville school district will have a short summer, and a long vacation in 2011. More...

 

News

Permit Delays Stop Airport Tree Removal

A grove of trees that presents a hazard to pilots landing at the Fulton County Airport will stand for at least one more summer. More...

Approve Final Nolan Parkway Price

Archbold Village Council approved a final change order for last year’s construction of the Nolan Parkway extension to Co. Rd. 24.   The action came during a council meeting, Monday, April 5. More...

Clean Up Day

Jill Stechschulte, Ohio State University Extension educator, 4H Youth Development, paints at 4-H Camp Palmer during its cleanup day, Saturday, April 10. More...

Public Record

Archbold Police Log

April 4   7:10 pm: Domestic, Willow Way.   April 5   4:25 pm: Menacing, 200 block Wilson St.   April 6   8:01 am: Dog at large, 100 block Lafayette St. Unable to catch. More...

Archbold Residents Report Possible Scams

Two Archbold residents told Archbold police they may have been the targets of scam artists.   Roger Merillat, 1003 Olds Lane, told officers on Saturday, April 10, he had been contacted about an item he was offering for sale on the Internet. More...

Menacing Case

A 15-year-old Archbold boy told police while he was visiting a home in the 200 block of Wilson St., a male had been shouting at him and pushing him around about 3:20 pm, Monday, April 5. More...

Sports

Streaks Win Three Straight

The Archbold softball team won three straight contests last week, defeating Edgerton 10-1, Crestview 5- 4, and Parkway 15-8.   The victories up the Streak slate to 6-2 on the season.   AHS 10, Edgerton 1   More...

AHS Boys Win Tri-Meet, Girls Third

The Archbold boys track team defeated Evergreen and Liberty Center in a tri-meet, Tuesday, April 6 at AHS.   The Streaks scored 105 points while Evergreen had 42 and Liberty Center, 28.   LC won the girls meet with 76 points. More...

AHS Boys Win Tinora Invitational

Josh Meyers, Nate Hammersmith, Danny Young, Noah Keefer, the boys 4x100- meter relay team, and the boys 4x400 won their events and led Archbold to a victory at the Bob Eisenhart Invitational at Tinora High School, Friday, April 9. More...