November 3, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

Pay Freeze For Archbold School District Classified Employees Approved By Board

Scott Miller, Archbold Area School Board president, confirmed last week that classified employees of the school district will have their pay frozen for the current fiscal year. More...

Wauseon, Pike-Delta- York School Taxes Fail

The Wauseon Exempted Village School District saw its voters turn down an $835,000, 4.38-mill 10-year emergency property tax levy in the Tuesday, Nov. 2 General Election. More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

DEATH NOTICES

Velma M. Engler, 90, Archbold, died Oct. 29, 2010. Survivors include two children. ------ In life, as in a football game, the principle to follow is: Hit the line hard.–Theodore Roosevelt More...

Public Record

Archbold Police Log

Oct. 24   8:38 am: Possible theft of wallet, McDonalds, wallet found, returned to owner.   Oct. 25 2:01 pm: Assault and burglary, East Gardens.   Oct. 26   3:15 pm: Missing hunting equipment, East Gardens. More...

Video Gaming, Hunting Gear Reported Stolen

Video gaming equipment valued at nearly $800 was reported stolen from the home of Mary Austin, 204 E. Williams St.   Austin said sometime between 3:30 and 5:30 pm, Friday, Oct. More...

Turnpike Closed Thursday Due To Chemical Spill

A truck leaking toxic nitric acid closed the eastbound lanes of the Ohio Turnpike for nearly six hours, Thursday, Oct. 28. More...

Opinion

Parks And Recreation Tops For Archbold

The Archbold Parks & Recreation Department had another success with the Slightly Haunted Hayride, Sunday night.   More...

Brock Mealer Defines Courage, Determination, Faith

No one would have blamed Brock Mealer if he decided to spend the rest of his life sitting down.   He suffered a spinal injury in a 2007 Christmas Eve car crash, and was told he would never walk again.   More...

Lucky

Rodney J. Bunce is a very lucky young man.   Bunce, a 19-year-old Archbold resident, drove into the side of a Norfolk Southern train on the afternoon of Tuesday, Oct. 26. More...

Religion

News from the Pew & Pulpit

Archbold Evangelical   Sunday: prelude; Dan Borton, responsive reading; JoAnne Rupp, piano offertory. Message, “Got It?” Wayne Gropp. More...

Fluckinger Is November Resident Of The Month

Merlin J. Fluckinger is the November Resident of the Month at Fairlawn Haven Nursing Home.   He was born to Clifford and Ella (Neuhauser) Fluckinger on Feb. 20, 1927, near Ridgeville Corners. He had three sisters.   More...

Spooky Subjects

Nichole Wood, left, an AHS junior and member of the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America chapter, paints a ghost on the face of Jazla Torres, 4, Archbold. More...

DIV. V FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS

Archbold 49, Northwood 0

Archbold defeated Northwood 49-0 in the first round of the Div. V football playoffs, Saturday, Nov. 6 at Archbold.–Posted 11.7, 11:02 am More...

Flores Will Serve Nine Months For Sex Crimes

Mario J. Flores, 44, Archbold, will serve nine months in prison on two counts of sexual battery, as part of a revised plea bargain agreement.   Appear- ing in Fulton County Common Pleas Court, Wednesday, Oct. More...

Elementary Costume Parade

Archbold Elementary School held one of its traditional events, the Halloween Costume Parade, Friday, Oct. 29. More...

Selected Unofficial County Election Results

See adjoining news copy for additional election results.

Only Selected Arch Arch Arch German Franklin Pettisville Freedom Ridgeville Henry Co. Fulton Co. Races Listed 1 2 3 Twp. Twp. More...

 

News

Slightly Haunted Hayride Is Superb Success

About 350 citizens traveled through Woodland Park, Sunday, Oct. 31, Halloween night, as part of the Archbold Parks & Recreation Slightly Haunted Hayride.   Two tractors pulled wagonloads of guests through the woods. More...

Pettisville Schools Start Deficit Spending During 2012 Fiscal Year

The Pettisville Local School District will begin spending more money than it receives starting in the 2012 fiscal year, which is the next school year. More...

AHS Play Features Suspense, Comedy

Suspenseful. Cheesy. Eerie. Fun.   Those are just some of the terms members of the cast of the Archbold High School play, “The Butler Did It,” use to describe their show. More...

Sports

10 And Oh So Perfect

For the sixth time in Archbold football history, the Blue and Gold finished the regular season with a perfect record. The Streaks traveled to Liberty Center, Friday, Oct. 29, and capped off a perfect regular season with a 35-0 win. More...

AHS Hosts Northwood In First Playoff Game

Archbold (10-0) meets Northwood (7-3) at 7 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 6, for a Division V regional football quarterfi nal at AHS. More...

Division V Football Regional Quarterf inal at Archbold Saturday, Nov. 6, 7 pm

AHS Varsity Football Team More...