August 3, 2011 RSS feed / News

4-H News

The Countryside Clovers 4-H Club had its tenth meeting on Tuesday, July 26, at Mark Ballmer’s house. Fair tickets were passed out for club members to sell. Contact your species advisor if you did not receive your packet of tickets. More...

County Unemployment Under 10%

The Ohio Department of Job & Family Services estimated the Fulton County unemployment rate in June was 9.6%, the third straight month unemployment in the county was under 10%. More...

Specifications For New Fire Truck Ready For Approval

Andy Brodbeck, Archbold Fire Department chief, said the German Township Trustees should approve specifications for a new fire truck this month.  Once they are in hand, AFD can place the order for the new vehicle and expect delivery in five to si More...

Beef Queen Serves Ice Cream

Homer Yutzy, rural Wauseon, is served ice cream by Emily Herring, 2011 Fulton County Beef Queen, during the Beef for Hospice fund-raiser, July 28. More...

Four County Sets Packet Pick-Up Days

Students registered to attend Four County Career Center this fall can pick up schedules and other important information during Packet Pick-Up Days, Thursday, Aug. 11 and Monday, Aug. 15, from 8:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. More...

New NSCC Building, Equipment To Improve The Teaching Of Nurses

The teaching of nursing will be improved, now that Northwest State Community College has opened the Allied Health and Public Services building. More...

Hospice Fund-Raiser

Cathy Zachrich, Archbold, left, is served beef during Beef for Hospice, a fund-raiser for Community Health Professionals Hospice. Serving beef is Carmilla Nafziger, of Hospice. More...

Water Plant Worker Passes Test Without Taking The Class

Dennis Howell, Archbold village administrator, told members of council that Charles Vonseggern, a worker at the Archbold Water Treatment Plant, had passed the test to obtain a Class II water supply operator license.  Speaking to council during i More...