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King To Teach Math At Middle School

The Archbold Area School Board approved hiring Jeremy D. King, a 2002 Archbold High School graduate, to teach seventh grade math during the board’s Monday, June 21, meeting.   King graduated from Bluffton University in May 2006. More...

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Archbold Police Log

June 13   2:46 pm: Loud music complaint, Garden Dr., advised subject to turn it down.   June 14   5:06 pm: Domestic dispute, Friendship Food Store, could not determine primary aggressor, no arrest. More...

Short Sees Tornado During Friday Storms

Justin Thompson, Fulton County Emergency Management Agency director, said storm damage Friday night, June 18, in the area of Co. Rds. D and 25 was from straight-line winds.   “It maybe spun a little bit. More...

Vehicle Vandalisms Reported To Police

Three cases of vandalism to vehicles were reported to Archbold police last week.   Leo A. More...

Sports

Good Clean Fun

Everyone had a lot of good clean fun playing volleyball in the mud at the Black Swamp Benefit Oozeball tournament, Saturday, June 19. Top: Team Newman, Archbold, after a victory in the mud pit. More...

Acme Baseball

Archbold (5-4) defeated Wauseon 4-3, Thursday, June 17. Winning pitcher: Tanner Wyse, two innings, no runs, one hit, no walks, one strikeout. Tyson Dietrich pitched in relief. Leading hitters: Wyse, 2-4, double; Aaron Bontrager, triple.   More...

Frank Named Coach Of Year

Joe Frank, AHS head softball coach, was named the Crescent-News 2010 Coach of the Year. He also received the honor last year. More...

Religion

News from the Pew & Pulpit

Archbold Evangelical   Sunday: prelude, offertory ensemble. Message, “No Other Name,” Stuart Rex. Second service: praiselude by worship team; offertory, Only A God Like You, worship team band; message same as first service. More...

Shuffleboard Tournament Winners

Winners of a June 9 shuffleboard tournament at Wyse Commons, Fairlawn Haven, Archbold, are, from left: Dave Schaffner, first place; Dale Gautsche, second; Bob Grieser, third. More...

Births

Fulton Co. Health Center   June 10: Alley and Oscar Aranjo, Wauseon, boy.   June 12: Erin and Gregory Clapp, Neapolis, boy; Jana and Seth Bourn, Wauseon, girl. More...

Archbold Teachers Agree To One-Year Base Pay Freeze

The Archbold Education Association and Archbold Area School Board approved a one-year freeze in base pay as part of a new three-year master contract. More...

Wish Comes True For Archbold Boy

Chase Cornell, Archbold, is like any other five-year-old boy, full of big, bright smiles for a stranger in his home. More...

 

News

Fairlawn Consults With Stryker On Senior Housing

Fairlawn Haven is working with the Village of Stryker, plus other organizations and businesses, to determine whether it’s feasible to build a new senior housing project in that village. More...

AHS Grad’s Career Is Up In The Air

Jacob Lange’s future career plans are up in the air .   Lange, son of Dan and Deb, Archbold, is a student in the aviation program at the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, N.D. More...

Council Discusses Use Of First Energy Aggregate Funds

Archbold Village Council decided how to allocate a $75,000 grant during its Monday, June 21, meeting. More...

People

Parents Announce July 10 Wedding

Cork and Peg Rufenacht, Archbold, announce the engagement of their daughter, Cara, Pittsburgh, Pa., to Joseph Delphia, Pittsburgh, son of Michael and Elizabeth, Columbus.   The bride-elect is an Archbold High School graduate. More...

Rohrer-Meck Doing Camp Internship

Karina Rohrer-Meck, a 2009 Pettisville High School graduate, is one of 12 Goshen (Ind.) College students participating in the college Camping Inquiry Program. More...

South Defiance Street Project Near Completion

There are just a few days of work left to finish the repaving of South Defiance Street, Bob Seaman, village engineer, said Monday. More...

Opinion

Pride In Our Youth

The Archbold High School football team volunteered to assist in the cleanup efforts for the unfortunate victims of the Saturday, June 5, tornado that struck southeastern Fulton County. More...

Grass Loves Water

For homeowners on South Defi- ance Street, it’s time to make the lovely new grass grow.   More...

Government Debt Addiction Must End

Other Editors Say...

Barack Obama, US president, has been urging Congress to approve more stimulus money to help fiscally strapped states, such as Ohio, avoid layoffs of potentially hundreds of thousands of state and local government employees. More...