October 19, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

DIV. III VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT

Delta defeats Archbold in 5 games

Delta defeated Archbold 25-14, 17-25, 25-22, 25-18, 15-9 in a Division III volleyball sectional semifinal, Tuesday, Oct. 18, at Defiance.–Posted 10.18, 10:45 pm More...

Archbold Football Team Supports Ohio Soldiers In Afghanistan

When the Archbold football team took the field against Patrick Henry, Friday night, Oct. 14, their helmets featured a couple of small additions.  One was a red dot within a white circle. More...

Tax Levy Request Coming For Archbold Schools?

The Archbold Area School Board will have to consider some way to raise revenue by putting a tax levy before voters, probably during 2014.  Chris Ziegler, school district treasurer, told board members the district will end the current fiscal year More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

Judy A. Wertz

Judy A. Wertz, 67, Defiance, died Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2011, in Defiance.–Posted 10.19, 5:15 pm More...

Kerri K. Wertz

Kerri K. Wertz, 42, Defiance, died Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2011, in Defiance.–Posted 10.19, 5:10 pm More...

DEATH NOTICES

Francis J. Coressel, 83, Archbold, died Oct. 18, 2011. Survivors include his wife, Marlene, and seven children.   More...

People

Four Generations At The Pumpkin Fest

Kelly Boulton feeds her daughter, Locke, 11 months, some pancakes at the Pettisville Pumpkin Fest, Friday, Oct. 7. With them are Kelly's grandfather, Loyal Nofziger, and father, Curtis Nofziger. All are from Archbold.–photo by Mary Huber More...

Shuffleboard Tournament Winners

  Winners of the Oct. 12 shuffleboard tournament at Wyse Commons, Fairlawn Haven, are, from left: Russ McQuillin, first place; Dale Gautsche, second; Tim Nofziger, third. More...

Roths Celebrate 50th Anniversary

Rev. and Mrs. Donald W. Roth, Fort Wayne, Ind., will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Oct. 28, 2011.  Donald Roth and Maureen Rupp were married Oct. 28, 1961, at Archbold Evangelical Mennonite Church by Rev. Charles L. More...

Opinion

Review Candidates, Issues In Upcoming Elections

In less than three weeks, voters will go to the polls to cast votes on a number of candidates and issues.  This week, the Archbold Buckeye begins profiling candidates in the local elections. More...

Golden Notes Of Archbold's Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago  Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2001  Council agreed to ask Fulton County Commissioners to set emergency run charges for emergency medical services on the levy, if passed, at the Nov. 6 General Election.   More...

Speed, Passion, and Death

Dan Wheldon, a race car driver, two-time Indianapolis 500 winner, and former teammate of Archbold’s own Sam Hornish, Jr., died in a horrifi c racing crash, Sunday, Oct. 16. More...

DIVISION IV SECTIONAL VOLLEYBALL

Cardinal Stritch Defeats Pettisville In 5

Volleyball fans got their money's worth at Archbold High School, Saturday, Oct. 22. More...

DIVISION III DISTRICT CROSS COUNTRY

Archbold & Pettisville Boys Teams, Pettisville's Tanner Hostetler Advance

The Archbold and Pettisville boys cross country teams and Pettisville's Tanner Hostetler have advanced to the Division III regional cross country meets, Saturday, Oct. 29.–Posted 10.22, 11 pm More...

DIVISION III SECTIONAL GIRLS SOCCER

Archbold 6, Otsego 0

Archbold (15-1-1) defeated Otsego 6-0 in a Division III sectional girls soccer final, Tuesday, Oct. 18, at Swanton.–Updated 10.22, 11:15 pm More...

Fricke Fired From Archbold Elevator

Court documents reveal that William Fricke, former owner of Archbold Elevator, was fired from the operation.  More...

Library To Reopen On Fridays In Jan.

The Archbold Community Library will be open again on Fridays, starting Jan. 6, 2012.  The library board approved the action at its Wednesday, Oct. More...

 

News

Cowell, Wyse Vie For Archbold Mayor

Archbold voters will decide who will be the mayor when they go to the polls for the fall General Election, Tuesday, Nov. 8.  Kenny Cowell, an Archbold village councilman, is challenging Jim Wyse, twoterm incumbent mayor.  More...

Four Men Run For Three Council Seats

One new face could be added to Archbold Village Council, as Kent Stamm challenges incumbents Kevin Eicher, Ed Leininger, and Kevin Morton for three seats on the council.  Voters will decide who will occupy those seats on Tuesday, Nov. More...

School Board Okays Personnel Actions

The Archbold School Board approved several personnel actions during its Monday, Oct. More...

Public Record

Car Stolen, Wrecked

A car stolen from Archbold was found wrecked early Wednesday morning, Oct. More...

Man Resists Arrest

John Wayne Greeno, 59, Archbold, was arrested and incarcerated at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio after he resisted arrest Sunday, Oct. 16.  He is charged with criminal mischief, telephone harassment, and resisting arrest.  More...

Picnic Table Frame Stolen From Park

A representative of the Archbold Parks & Recreation Department told police on Wednesday, Oct. More...

Sports

Streaks Win NWOAL Outright

Archbold won its 21st Northwest Ohio Athletic League volleyball championship, and 19th outright title, Tuesday, Oct. More...

AHS Boys Win NWOAL Meet

Archbold claimed the Northwest Ohio Athletic League boys cross country championship, Saturday, Oct. More...

AHS Boys Soccer Beats LC, BG

The Archbold boys soccer team notched two home shutout victories last week to extend its winning streak to seven games, outscoring opponents 42 to four during that stretch.  The Streaks defeated Liberty Center 6-0, Tuesday, Oct. More...

Religion

News from the Pew & Pulpit

Archbold Evangelical   Sunday: CD prelude; Trey Sonnenberg, worship leader; Dan Borton, song leader; offertory, Jason Castro video. Message, “Raising Hope,” Wayne Gropp. More...

Florida Luncheon To Be Held In Jan.

The Northwest Ohio Snowbirds annual luncheon is Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2012, 11 a.m., at Golden Corral, Leesburg, Fla.   More...

Births

Fulton Co. Health Center  Oct. 6: Laura & Justin Kleinfelter, Napoleon, boy.  Oct. 8: Kandi & Ross Woessner, Whitehouse, girl.  Oct. 9: Holly Smith, Delta, boy.  Oct. 10: Kylee & Rex Miller, Liberty Center, boy.   More...