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Chili Cook-Off Cancelled; Chamber To Team With Parks & Recreation

The Archbold Chili Cook- Off, originally scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 9, has been cancelled. More...

Ridgeville Fire Dep't. Open House Sunday

Ridgeville Fire Department will lower its flag to half-staff and sound the fire siren at noon on Sunday, Oct. 3, to honor the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.   More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

Martha (Haas) Wagner

Martha (Haas) Wagner, age 90, of Wauseon, passed away Friday, Oct. 1, 2010, at the Fairlawn Haven Nursing Home in Archbold.–Posted 10.2, 5:30 pm More...

Robert L. Rupp

Robert L. Rupp, age 91, formerly of Upper Arlington, passed away peacefully at his home in Columbus, Ohio on Sept. 4, 2010, two weeks after greeting his newest grandson and one week after welcoming his newest great-granddaughter.   More...

Gene L. “Geno” Nafziger

Gene L. “Geno” Nafziger, 68, of Denver, Colo., formerly of Longmont, died Sept. 22, 2010 at St. Anthony Central Hospital, Denver, Colo., from injuries suffered last week. He was 68. More...

People

Couple Celebrates 60th Anniversary

Edwin and Alyce Oberhaus, Napoleon, will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary, Saturday, Oct. 2, with a dinner. The couple was married on Oct. 1, 1950, by the Rev. George L. Heuter at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Napoleon Township. More...

Honor Student

Alexa Kennedy, AHS ‘07, was named to the president’s list for the 2010 summer quarter in the College of Business at the University of Northwestern Ohio. Students must earn a 4.0 gpa to qualify. ------ More...

What's Going On?

Charles Edward Harris III is the sophomore escort in the 2010 Napoleon High School Homecoming Court. More...

Opinion

Terraces: Please Do Your Part

There was good news last week. It was learned that the South Defiance Street terraces, disturbed by repaving the street this year, will be reseeded at no cost to the village.   More...

Today's Economy, An Unknown World

Lisa Arend, Fulton County economic development director, spoke profoundly in an article in this week’s edition of the Archbold Buckeye newspaper.   She called today’s economic climate an “unknown world.”   More...

Golden Notes Of Archbold's Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2000   Installation of traffic signals at the intersection of St. Rts. 66 and 34 near the Four County Career Center won’t happen until December, according to ODOT.   More...

Ex-Burger King Will Be Pizza Restaurant

A new family-style pizza restaurant coming to Archbold owes at least part of its existence to the 1996 Archbold High School basketball team. More...

AHS 2010 Homecoming Court

Members of the 2010 Archbold High School Homecoming Court who will preside over Homecoming festivities, Thursday, Oct. 7 through Saturday, Oct. More...

Mayer Headed For All-State Choir; Behnfeldt Serves As Alternate

Out of the thousands of student vocalists in Ohio’s high schools, only 180 are chosen to participate in the Ohio Music Education Association’s All-State Honors Choir. More...

 

News

CHWC To Cut $3.9 Million From Budget

Community Hospitals & Wellness Centers of Bryan, a not-for-profit organization, plans to trim $3.9 million from its 2010-11 fiscal year budget. More...

Chiropractic Firm Cuts Ribbon

Officials were on hand Thursday, Sept. 16, for the ribbon-cutting signifying the opening of Back & Body Chiropractic, in the lower level of the Lee A. Short Architecture building at 301 Stryker St. More...

Unemployment Down; Are More Running Out Of Benefits?

The Fulton County unemployment rate in August was 9.7%. More...

Public Record

Archbold Police Log

Sept. 19   3:31 pm: Citation to Amber. G. Faunce, 28, Wauseon, speeding, 700 block E. Lutz Rd.   Sept. 20   6:27 am: Vandalism, Fypon building, 502 Jackson St. More...

Window Broken At Fypon Building

A window was broken at the Fypon 502 Jackson Street building between 3 pm, Friday, Sept. 17 and 6:20 am, Monday, Sept. 20, an Archbold police report states.   The window, which was in a door, was possibly damaged by a small stone or BB. More...

Archbold Man Indicted For Failure To Register

The Fulton County Grand Jury has indicted Donald J. Taylor, 66, Archbold, on a single count of failure to register as a sexually-oriented offender.   Taylor was one of 12 individuals indicted by the grand jury, which met Monday, Sept. 20. More...

Sports

Watch Highlights From the Pettisville-Edon Volleyball Game! - Free Access

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Pettisville Shoots Down Edon, Raises Record To 13-1, 4-1 BBC

Tessa Yoder, Stephanie Yoder, Stacey King, and Kylee Garcia were fifth graders the last time Pettisville beat Edon in girls varsity volleyball.   The year was 2003. More...

AHS Golfers Second At NWOAL Meet

For the third straight year, the Archbold golf team finished second in the Northwest Ohio Athletic League golf tournament, Friday, Sept. 24, at Wauseon.   More...

Religion

News from the Pew & Pulpit

Archbold Evangelical   Sunday: prelude, offertory, men’s choir, The Solid Rock. Message, “A Different Kind of Exile,” Jesse Kahler. More...

Bernice Ruffer Is October Resident Of The Month

Bernice Ruffer is the October Resident of the Month at Fairlawn Haven Nursing Home.   She was born near Napoleon, on Feb. 16, 1920, to Leah (Bickford) & Julius Rohrbaugh, the ninth of 14 children.   More...

Enjoy Ag Fest

An Archbold fourth grader cradles a pig while classmates gather around. More...