November 2, 2011 RSS feed / News

Henry County Health Department Seeks Additional Money

Voters in Henry County will be asked to approve a property tax levy that will generate additional money for the county health department, Tuesday, Nov. 8 in the General Election. More...

Ohio Dog Found With Rabies; Vaccinate Pets

During October, the Ohio Department of Health confi rmed that a dog in Twinsburg was confirmed to be infected with rabies. Rabies is a viral disease that can be transmitted to humans by animal bites. Left untreated, it can be fatal. More...

Help With Project

Michele Bagrowski, center, Archbold Area School District curriculum director, helps Felipe Garcia, left, with a project during the kindergarten fall festival, Friday, Oct. 28. More...

Council Candidates Asked About Woodland Park; Mayoral Candidates Asked About Capital Projects List

The four men running for Archbold Village Council were asked how much Woodland Park cost– and none of them had an answer. More...

Four County, ADAMhs Board Ask For Tax Levy Approvals

Voters in the counties of Fulton, Defiance, Henry, and Williams are asked to approve two property tax levies during the Tuesday, Nov. 8 General Election. More...

Three State Issues On November Ballot

When Ohio voters go to the polls, Tuesday, Nov. 8, to cast ballots in the General Election, they will face three statewide questions. By far the most contentious is State Issue 2, which asks voters repeal Senate Bill 5. More...

Unemployment Dips; Lowest In 35 Months

Fulton County unemployment was 8.3% in September, the lowest rate in almost three years, according to Ohio Department of Job and Family Services figures released last week. More...

Costumes on Parade

Sporting their costumes at the Archbold Elementary School Halloween Costume Parade are, from left: Logan Meyers, Reagan Kohler, Nizely Reyes, and Mya Stuckey, all second graders. More...

How It’s Done

Lowell Beck, Archbold, right, helps butcher a hog, while Jamey Bontrager-Singer, Goshen, Ind., looks on during Butchering day at Sauder Village, Saturday, Oct. 30.–photo by David Pugh More...