March 2, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Pettisville Boys Fall To Fayette In Sectional Final

Fayette 56, Pettisville 49

Fayette defeated Pettisville 56-49 to win a Division IV sectional boys basketball title at Bryan, Friday, March 4. The Eagles advance to play Edgerton in a district semifinal, Tuesday, March 8, 6:15 p.m. at Napoleon.–Posted 3.4, 10:15 pm More...

Five Streaks State-Bound

Five Archbold wrestlers will continue their season for another week. More...

Beck Kept Out Of Home

An email from Larry Beck, Archbold native and resident of Christchurch, New Zealand, arrived Monday, updating his situation after a 6.3 Richter-scale earthquake shook the city. He is currently staying with a friend in a Christchurch suburb. More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

Eludina “Lulu” Macias

Eludina “Lulu” Macias, 57, of rural Wauseon, died Sunday afternoon, March 6, 2011, in her daughter’s home in rural Stryker.–Posted 3.7, 5:35 pm More...

Roy M. Saneda

Roy Michael Saneda, age 73, of Bryan, died at 7:11 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 25, 2011, at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne, Ind., where had been a patient since Feb. 23, with his family at his side.  More...

Public Record

Archbold Police Log

Feb. 20  8:05 am: Bat in residence, 100 block S. Defiance St., captured bat.  12:45 pm: Wallet found in parking lot, Archbold Super- Valu, contacted owner. Feb. 21  1:10 am: Two juveniles walking past curfew, Douglas Dr. More...

Woman’s Home Burglarized

Martha Lopez, a resident of Colony Meadows, told Archbold police her home was burglarized between 2:40 and 3:40 pm, Thursday, Feb. 24.  Taken were food, and undergarments. More...

Western Dist. Court News

(Note: In the list of traffi c offenses, the first number is illegal speed; the second legal speed. The first dollar amount is the fine; the second, costs.) Traffic  Thomas E, Miller, rural Liberty Center, passing in a hazard zone, W. More...

Opinion

Archbold People All Over The World

An article in this week’s Archbold Buckeye tells of Larry Beck, an AHS graduate living in Christchurch, New Zealand, who survived the recent earthquake that hit the city.  Beck’s experience reminds us that Archbold and area natives a More...

Good-Bye High Dive?

We were told last week the high diving board at the Ruihley Park Swimming Pool probably will be taken down.  It’s all about safety. More...

Golden Notes Of Archbold's Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago Wednesday, Feb. More...

DIV. III STATE WRESTLING

Cowell Places Fifth, Weirauch Eighth

Jordan Cowell placed fifth in his weight class and TJ Weirauch finished eighth in the Div. III state wrestling championships, Saturday, March 5. –Updated 3.5, 2 pm More...

BOYS STATE BOWLING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Stevens Places 49th

Chandler Stevens, an Archbold High School senior, placed 49th in the Boys State Bowling Championships in Columbus, Saturday, March 5. Stevens bowled 170-193-199 for a 558 series. Bowling is a sanctioned sport at AHS.–Posted 3.5, 11 pm More...

STREAK BOYS ADVANCE TO DISTRICT

Archbold 57, Fairview 32

Archbold led 17-6 after one quarter and 27-9 at halftime on its way to a 57-32 Division III sectional final boys basketball victory, Friday, March 4, at Defiance High School.–Posted 3.4, 10 pm More...

PETTISVILLE GIRLS FALL IN DISTRICT SEMIFINAL

Antwerp 41, Pettisville 34

The Pettisville girls basketball team was defeated by Antwerp 41-34, Thursday, March 3, in a Division IV district semifinal contest at Archbold. More...

Schools Looking At Make-Up Days

While youngsters may shout with glee when they hear that school is closed due to snow, the number of “snow days” is becoming problematic for school administrators– not to mention parents and teachers.  More...

Person Dies Of H1N1 In Williams County

Flu Season Peaks

The Williams County Health Department said Friday, Feb. 18, that a person had died as a result of H1N1 influenza.  Jim Watkins, Williams County health commissioner, said the person “was a younger individual.  More...

 

News

Gigax Wins Horse Competition

Jacob Gigax, Archbold, and his horse, Lazy Lopen Diva, won the 2010 American Quarter Horse Association limited division in the nation, in youth showmanship. More...

Hartz Performs In Pops Concert

Bethany Hartz, a junior pharmacy major, recently performed in The University of Findlay Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble Pops concert “Great Songwriters, Great Songs.”  Hartz, PHS ‘09, is the daughter of Carla and Phil, rural W More...

Rohrer-Meck Participates In Oratorical Contest

Karina Rohrer-Meck, PHS ‘09, was one of six Goshen (Ind.) College students who explored themes of peace in the annual C. Henry Smith Peace Oratorical Contest, Tuesday, Feb. More...

Sports

Vikings Beat AHS In Sectional Final

Archbold and Evergreen, co-champions of the Northwest Ohio Athletic League, met for a rematch, Saturday, Feb. 26, in a Division III sectional final at Defiance High School. The Vikings won the first battle, 55-40, Friday, Dec. 10. More...

Blue Streaks Beat Tigers In Sectional Semifinal

The Archbold girls basketball team advanced to the Division III sectional final with a 51-26 victory over Liberty Center in a sectional semifinal, Tuesday, Feb. 22. More...

Pettisville Wins 4th Straight Sectional Championship

Pettisville won a fourth straight Division IV girls basketball sectional championship, Saturday, Feb. 26, at Wauseon.  The top two seeds from the Wauseon and Bryan sectionals all advanced to the district semifinals at Archbold.  More...

Religion

Book Of Esther Focus Of Fifth Bible Quiz

Zion’s Bible quizzers opened the fifth Bible quiz meet with a praise and worship time followed by a welcome and prayer from their pastor, Jeff Kauffman, Sunday, Feb. More...

World Day Of Prayer

World Day of Prayer service is Friday, March 4, 7 p.m., at West Clinton Mennonite Church, 18029 Co. Rd. C, Wauseon.  Theme this year is “How Many Loaves Have You?” It was written by Chilean women.   More...

Five Generations

Five generations of Orewilers got together Dec. 18, 2010, for a family gathering at DeWayne Orewiler’s home in Fort Wayne, Ind. More...