August 25, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

No News On Stadium Lights For Friday’s Football Game

David Deskins, Archbold Area School District superintendent, won’t say how district officials intend to light Friday night’s home opening football game. More...

Teaching In Mexico Opens World For Buckenmeyer

After studying abroad in Mérida, Mexico during her sophomore year at Ohio University, Alicia Buckenmeyer knew she wanted to return.   She headed south after her 2009 graduation.   More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

DEATH NOTICES

Richard J. Wyse, 80, Archbold, died Aug. 24, 2010. Survivors include his wife, Grace.   Diane Wagner, 58, Archbold, died Aug. 16, 2010. Survivors include her husband, Dennis.   More...

Public Record

Archbold Police Log

Aug. 15   12:44 am: Unwanted subject, Circle K.   4:38 pm: Picked up stray dog, 500 block Stryker St., returned to owner.   Aug. 16   No reports.   Aug. More...

Police Called To Fight At Convenience Store

A group of about 10 people was involved in a fight at the Circle K parking lot about 1 am, Saturday, Aug. 21. More...

Computer Stolen From Church

A laptop computer, valued at $700, was stolen from a room at the Archbold Evangelical Church sometime between 5:22 and 6:05 pm, Tuesday, Aug. 17. More...

Sports

New Coaches Take Over For AHS Volleyball

There has been a changing of the guard in Archbold volleyball.   Julie Nofziger stepped down as head coach last spring after a tremendous tournament run. More...

Six Return To Lead Bird Volleyballers

John Horning, Pettisville head volleyball coach, welcomes back six letterwinners from a squad that finished 16-8, 7-3 in the Buckeye Border Conference last season. More...

Pettisville Cross Country Gears Up

The Pettisville cross country teams have been under the guidance of Tom Wagner for 30 years.   With 10 returning letterwinners on the girls team, Wagner looks for his squad to compete for a Buckeye Border Conference title this year. More...

AD CORRECTION FOR OPEN HOUSE - Free Access

The ad with an Open House at 15640 Co. Rd. K, Wauseon, should have been listed as SUNDAY, Aug. 29, 1-3 pm in the Aug. 25 edition of the Archbold Buckeye. The Archbold Buckeye apologizes for the error.–Posted 8.26 More...

Archbold Farmers Market Video - Free Access

Check out some of the items vendors offer at the Archbold Farmers Market every Thursday!
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Wind Turbine Gets Planning Commission Approval

The Archbold Planning Commission gave its approval to a wind turbine for the Archbold Area School District at a Monday night, Aug. 23 meeting. More...

Archbold Schools Delay Body Mass Index Testing

The Archbold Area School Board will delay the testing of students for BMI, or body mass index.   The board took the action at its Monday, Aug. 16 meeting.   More...

 

News

CHWC Gets More Federal Money, But Not Enough To Save Archbold

Community Hospitals & Wellness Centers will receive about $1.2 million in additional revenue from the federal government, but it won’t impact a decision to close the Archbold Hospital inpatient and emergency rooms.   More...

Archbold Schools To Refinance Bonds, Save Up To $230,000

Just as many homeowners have refinanced their mortgages to take advantage of lower interest rates, the Archbold Area School District has similar plans. The board will refinance $2,680,000 of outstanding bonds issued in 2000. More...

Pettisville Enrollment Expected To Be Down

Steve Switzer, superintendent of the Pettisville Local School District, said Monday while he does not have any early enrollment numbers, he expects it will be down. More...

People

Felix Multiple Winner At Henry County Fair

Melissa Felix, 17, Archbold, was named the grand champion in ground driving (light horses and ponies) in the horse category of junior fair competition at the Henry County Fair, Aug. 13-19, in Napoleon. More...

Oyer Is Champion At Ohio State Fair

Mikaela Oyer was the winner in the 13-15-year-old Western Pleasure division in the 4-H horse show at the 2010 Ohio State Fair. More...

Opinion

Huge Pay For Big Responsibility

For many, an annual salary approaching (or topping) $100,000 is big money.   It seems even bigger when a man or woman making that money, such as a superintendent of schools, is paid out of the public trough, i.e., property taxes. More...

Remember The Rules: Stop For School Buses

School bells are ringing again, and Archbold and Pettisville youngsters have heeded the call and are back in the classroom.   Many of our boys and girls ride school buses. More...

Golden Notes Of Archbold's Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2000   Starting this school year, there will be no more sneaking in the back door of an Archbold school. Visitors will be required to enter through one door, and wear a visitor badge. More...

Religion

News from the Pew & Pulpit

Archbold Evangelical   Sunday: prelude; offertory, You Are The One, Donna Kinsman. Message, Chris Weeks, guest speaker. Second service: praiselude, Todd and Ann Kindinger and worship band; offertory and message same as first service.   More...

Births

Fulton Co. Health Center   Aug. 13: Erin and Michael Borck, Delta, boy.   Aug. 14: Kylie and Michael Patton, Wauseon, boy.   Aug. 17: Danielle Walker, Edgerton, boy; Sarah Dionne, Archbold, boy.   More...

AHS Class Of 1948 Reunion

Fourteen members of the Archbold High School Class of 1948 attended their 62nd reunion, Saturday, July 31, at Stella Blue restaurant, Archbold. More...