January 5, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Family Justice Center Victim Advocates Irreplaceable, Says Policeman

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EMS Tax Levies On Ballot?

The fate of two property tax levies for Fulton County’s emergency medical service will be discussed this month, Rod Cheney, county EMS coordinator, said last week.  Currently, there are two property tax levies in place for EMS.  The f More...

New Housing Council To Review Tax Deals

For the Village of Archbold to comply with state rules and regulations, Archbold Village Council will create a housing council to review certain tax abatement agreements.  The housing council was discussed, but no action was taken, at the Monda More...

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Public Record

Archbold Police Log

Dec. 26  12:55 pm: Driver license found, 400 block E. Lutz Rd., returned to owner.  3:34 pm: 911 hang-up, 1800 block S. Defiance St.  5:48 pm: Juveniles playing loud, East Gardens, advised parents. Dec. 27  More...

Woman Faces Multiple Charges

Heather Nadeau, 33, who had addresses in both Archbold and Maumee, faces multiple charges arising from two incidents at the East Garden Apartment complex between Monday, Dec. 27, and Wednesday, Dec. More...

Boy Taken Into Custody On Domesic Incident

A 17-year-old Archbold boy was taken to the Four County Juvenile Detention, Training, and Rehabilitation Center following a domestic violence incident that occurred Thursday, Dec. More...

Opinion

Family Justice Center Deserves Support

Living in a rural community offers many charms, but at the same time, many challenges.  A person who finds himself in need of a specific service not offered locally can face long drives to faraway places. More...

King Kasich?

John Kasich, Ohio governor-elect, has a steep learning curve ahead.  He appears to have issues with the idea of open government. More...

Texting Kills – Bans Send The Important Message That Inattention To Driving Is Hazardous

Other Editors Say...

In an ideal world, drivers who text without a care for the safety of the drivers around them would be caught more often.  Police officers would have more than enough time and resources to subpoena phone records to prove that a driver, who furtiv More...

Religion

News from the Pew & Pulpit

Lockport Mennonite  Sunday: Bobbie Stuckey and Bill Stuckey, prelude, offertory; Pat Nafziger, worship leader; Mark Beck, chorister; Eldon and Jan Birky, lighting the Christ candle; Angie Wyse, children’s lesson. More...

Five Generations

Christopher M. Rivera, 2, represents the fifth generation in a family photo taken recently. More...

Frederick Wells Is January Resident Of The Month

Frederick Wells is the January Resident of the Month at Fairlawn Haven Nursing Home, Archbold.  He was born to Clifford and Alice (Whitten) Wells on April 10, 1943 at Delta. More...

DEVELOPING STORY

Brad Rupp In Kentucky Auto Crash

Brad Rupp, 46, Archbold, is reportedly hospitalized at the University of Kentucky Medical Center, Lexington, following a New Year's Day crash on Interstate 75 near Corbin, Ky.–Posted 1.4, 5:18 pm More...

Sexual Abuse Doesn’t Fit Stereotypes

(Editor’s Note: This is the first of a two-part series on sexual abuse. More...

End Of The First Day Back From Christmas Break

Archbold elementary school students, bundled the first day back went well. More...

Two Single-Family Homes Built In Archbold In 2010

Two new single-family homes and a two-family, zero-lot-line house were constructed in Archbold during 2010.  That information was reported by Carma Grime, village planning and zoning inspector, to Archbold Village Council at its Monday, Jan. More...

 

News

Archbold, Pettisville Schools Have Five Calamity Days

While the State of Ohio may allow only three calamity days, David Deskins, Archbold Area School District superintendent, and Steve Switzer, Pettisville Local School District superintendent, say they have five.  More...

Trash Pick-Up Contract Okayed By Council

Archbold Village Council approved a new contract with ARS Inc. for residential trash collection and curbside recycling during its Monday, Jan. 3, meeting. The new agreement includes a 1.67% increase in the per-stop cost of the contract. More...

Putting Christmas Away

Families across Archbold and the surrounding area have been doing the same thing workers from the Village of Archbold were doing Monday, Jan. 3– putting away Christmas decorations. More...

Sports

Kammeyer Hits Buzzer-Beater

AHS Claims 66-64 Victory In Clash With The Titans

Two of the premiere boys basketball teams in northwest Ohio clashed on Tuesday, Dec. 28 in The Thunderdome at Archbold High School.  The visiting Ottawa- Glandorf Titans rolled into town supporting a 6-1 record. More...

Birds Shoot Down PH Patriots In OT

Pettisville outscored Patrick Henry 12-3 in overtime to defeat the Patriots 58-49, Tuesday, Dec. More...

AHS Beats Pettisville 58-47

Archbold and Pettisville battled in a non-league girls basketball contest, Thursday, Dec. More...

Recipe Corner

Recipe Corner

Shallot Bacon Butter Sauce

1/4 pound peppered bacon1/4 cup shallots, diced1 tablespoon chives, chopped1/4 cup white wine1/4 cup white wine vinegar2 tablespoons heavy cream1 cup cold butter, cut intochunks Salt and pepper, to taste More...