April 20, 2011 RSS feed / People

FFA Sweetheart

  Taylor Kruse is the 2011-12 Pettisville FFA Sweetheart. It is a public relations position presented to a current junior in FFA or whose parents are involved in agriculture. More...

Couple Celebrates 50th Anniversary

Israel Lerma and Soila Davila were married April 14, 1961, in Amocoli, Fla. More...

4-H News

The Countryside Clovers 4-H club held its fourth meeting on Tuesday, April 12. The beef kids (A-L) brought refreshments. Taylor Dickman, president, went over quality assurance dates. More...

Shuffleboard Winners

  Winners of the April 13 shuffleboard tournament at Wyse Commons, Fairlawn Haven, are, from left: Russ McQuillin, first place; Dale Gautsche, second; Bob Grieser, third. High score of the day: McQuillin, 87 points. More...

Andrew Pratt Is A Rising Star

Andrew Pratt, Wauseon, was recently recognized as a Defiance College Rising Star. Rising Stars are students who illustrate the DC culture of engagement and demonstrate great potential within their program of study. More...

Meyer, Fike Plan June 4 Wedding

Mark and Jill Petersen, Archbold, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Randi Meyer, to Adam Fike, son of Gary and Diane, Linden, Ind. The bride-elect is an Archbold High School graduate. More...

Receive Chapter Awards

Two couples from the Pettisville community were presented the Honorary Chapter Degree at the Pettisville FFA Banquet. More...

FFA News

The 61st Pettisville annual FFA banquet was held on Tuesday, March 29. More...

Earn Scholarships

Rebekah Meller is the 2011 Pettisville FFA Alumni college scholarship recipient. The scholarship is given to a Pettisville FFA member to assist in the person’s continuing studies of agriculture. More...

Pettisville FFA Officers

  Pettisville FFA officers for 2011-12 are, front row from left: Nathan Spotts, treasurer; Aaron Bruner, president; Travis Beck, student advisor. More...

Cubs Visit Newspaper

  Archbold Cub Scouts of Tiger Den Pack 263 visited the Archbold Buckeye office Tuesday, April 12, to learn about the production of a newspaper. More...