October 6, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

Trick Or Treat

Trick-or-Treat hours for surrounding communities have been set for Archbold, Pettisville, and Ridgeville Corners.   But plans for the Archbold hayride, the replacement for the Pumpkin Path, are still up in the air. More...

Eighth Graders Talk About What's Hot, What's Not At Archbold Middle School

If you walk through the hallways of Archbold Middle School, you might see skinny jeans and two-toned hair while hearing the word “legit” this season.   Those are just a some of the trends taking hold at the school.   More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

Thomas R. Galvin

Thomas R. Galvin, "D.J. Tommy Ray," age 60, of Wauseon, lost his battle with cancer and crossed over into the arms of Jesus on Saturday morning, Oct. 2, 2010, in his home.–Posted 10.10, 2:15 pm More...

Martha (Haas) Wagner

Martha (Haas) Wagner, age 90, of Wauseon, passed away Friday, Oct. 1, 2010, at the Fairlawn Haven Nursing Home in Archbold. After her health started to fail in 2009, she moved to Fairlawn Haven, never giving up hope of returning home. More...

DEATH NOTICES

Arlene M. Stites, 98, Wauseon, died Oct. 2, 2010. Survivors include two sons.   More...

Sports

THE SHOWDOWN IS SET

Archbold (7-0) Vs Patrick Henry (7-0), Friday, Oct. 15, 7 p.m., at PHHS

Get ready for a battle!–Posted 10.8, 10:55 pm More...

Streaks Stay Perfect In NWOAL, Break Single Game Scoring Record

The Archbold football team (6-0, 4-0 Northwest Ohio Athletic League), ranked seventh in Division V last week by the Associated Press, kept its record perfect with a 76-8 win over Montpelier (1-5, 1-3 NWOAL), Friday, Oct. 1 at Archbold. More...

Archbold Wins Streak Spike-Tacular

Archbold successfully defended its Streak Spike- Tacular volleyball championship, Saturday, Oct. 2.   AHS has won the invitational nine times since it began in 1995. More...

Religion

Organizations

Cancer Support Brunch with Survivors group, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 11:30 a.m., The Union Street Grill, Bryan. Topic: breast cancer awareness month. Living With Cancer support group, Thursday, Oct. 7&21, 7 p.m., Bryan Community Center, Buffalo Rd. More...

News from the Pew & Pulpit

Lockport Mennonite   Sunday: communion Sunday. Message, “Treasures, Eyes, & Masters,” Steve Heatwole. More...

Births

Fulton Co. Health Center   Sept. 23: Jamie Bork, Lyons, boy.   Sept. 24: Chelsi Brown, Edon, girl; Amy Guyer, Liberty Center, girl.   Sept. 27: Ashley & Dustin Demaline, Wauseon, boy.   More...

BREAKING NEWS

Therma-Tru to consolidate Archbold and Angola, Ind. facilities into one location in Howe, Ind.

Therma-Tru Corporation, announced Wednesday, Oct. 6, that the Company will consolidate its Archbold and Angola, Ind., distribution facilities into one facility in Howe, Ind.–Posted 10.6, 4:51 pm More...

HOMECOMING BONFIRE VIDEO - Free Access

See what happened at the AHS Homecoming Bonfire, Thursday night, Oct. 7!
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The 6-0 Streaks play Delta in Archbold's Homecoming game, Friday, Oct. 8.–Posted 10.7, 11 pm More...

Pumpkin Fest Raises About $7,000

From left, Elle Wixom, Elise Hartzler, and Christian Hernandez, Pettisville second graders, look over just a few of the decorated pumpkins on display at the Pettisville FFA Alumni And Friends Pumpkin More...

Maybe Someday…

Caleb Heckel, almost 2, from Ridgeville Corners, tries out the cab of a Ridgeville Township Fire Department fire truck during an open house, Sunday, Oct. 3. More...

Archbold Eighth Grade Football Players Pick Melons For Food Bank

Most people wouldn’t consider picking watermelons a team-building exercise, but that’s exactly what the Archbold eighth grade football team did. More...

 

News

Pumpkin Festival Winners

Winners of the 17th annual Pettisville Pumpkin Festival, Friday, Oct. 1:   Judges choice, adult division: Mindy Borer, 1st place; Brenda Lovins, 2nd; Amber Sauder, 3rd. More...

Harvest Underway; Corn Yields Vary Widely

Greg LaBarge, Fulton County agricultural extension agent, said corn yields are varying widely as farmers pick the 2010 harvest. More...

United Way Campaign Start Encouraging

Gina Saff, executive director of the United Way of Fulton County, said the 2010 fund drive campaign is starting on an encouraging note.   Donations are “starting pretty well,” she said. More...

Public Record

WEB EXCLUSIVE

STRYKER POLICE ARREST MAN AFTER FOOT PURSUIT, HELICOPTER SEARCH

Steve Schlosser, acting Stryker police chief, said Thursday, Oct. 7, that Raymount J. Moore, 20, Stryker, was apprehended after a more than five-hour foot pursuit and search of the Stryker area the preceding afternoon.–Posted 10.7, 4:13 pm More...

Archbold Police Log

Sept. 26   9:18 am: Dog at large, 1200 block Stryker St., placed in kennel, notified dog warden.   3:19 pm: Report of reckless operation, 200 block E. Mechanic St., spoke with driver.   5:27 pm: Vandalism to vehicle, 300 block E. More...

Vandals Damage Woman’s Auto

Susan D. Arndt, Holland Court Apartments, told police her 2005-model vehicle was vandalized while parked at the apartment complex. At 9 pm, Saturday, Sept. 25, the vehicle didn’t have any damage. More...

Opinion

Your Community, Your Newspaper

Archbold has many blessings, and among them is this newspaper, the Archbold Buckeye.   Were it not for the Buckeye and the Buckeye website, citizens of the community might not know what’s going on in their own town.   More...

The Cow Didn't Do It

Everyone has heard the tale of the Great Chicago Fire of Oct. 8-9, 1871: Mrs. O’Leary’s cow kicked over a lantern, and started a fire that destroyed much of the city.   More...

Golden Notes Of Archbold's Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago   Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2000   A problem with the production of this year’s batch of flu vaccine has pushed back the Fulton County Health Department’s annual flu shot clinics by at least a month.   More...