February 1, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

AHS '90 Grads Help Classmate At Fairlawn

Members of the Archbold High School Class of 1990 joined together to help one of their own recently. More...

Swanton Man Charged In Circle K Holdup

Archbold police said Friday, Jan. 27, they filed a charge of robbery in connection with the Tuesday, Jan. 24 holdup at Circle K. Martin Schmidt, Archbold police chief, said Kenneth A. More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

Charles F. “Chuck” Lehman

Charles F. Lehman, age 91, of Stryker, passed away peacefully on Feb. 5, 2012, at the Defiance Inpatient Care Center in Defiance. He was born on April 19, 1920, in Stryker the son of the late Ed and the late Bertha (Fox) Lehman. More...

Morris Kruse

Morris R. Kruse, 83, of Defiance, Ohio died Tuesday evening at CHP Inpatient Hospice in Defiance, Ohio.–Posted 2.1, 1 pm More...

Paul R. Nafziger

Paul R. Nafziger, age 68, of Hudson, Mich., and formerly of Archbold, passed away unexpectedly in his home on Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2012.–Posted 2.3, 8:50 am More...

People

Lindsay A Member Of Tuffy’s Troops At Ashland University

Jen Lindsay, AHS ‘11, is a member of Tuffy’s Troops at Ashland University. The daughter of Jon and Janette, Archbold, she is an integrated math major. More...

Honor Students

Kristina Eicher, Archbold, was named to the president’s list for the 2011 fall semester at the University of Toledo. Students must earn a 4.0 gpa to qualify. More...

Earns Degree

Tara Gustwiller, Archbold, graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in education from the College of Education, Health & Human Services at Kent State University, Dec, 17, 2011. More...

Opinion

All Ohioans Should Pay More To Improve State Roads, Bridges

John Kasich, Ohio governor, wants to lease the turnpike to private investors. He wants to use the lease payments to fund infrastructure improvements across the state. More...

Golden Notes Of Archbold's Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2002 Fulton County Commissioners, who had originally opposed the idea of handling the billing for ambulance service, agreed Thursday, Jan. 24, to take care of the billing. More...

OLD PHOTO CORNER

A new automobile is always a joy to nearly everyone. This 1937 Pontiac attracted young cousins to sit on the running board for a snapshot at the Peter Schang home, in Fayette. More...

Breaking News - 2/2/2012 4:30 PM

Evan Church Missionaries Safe After Shooting

Columbus Man Dies

David "Big Dave" Bompart, a missionary from Columbus who worked with volunteers from Archbold Evangelical Church in Haiti, has died. Bompart, 50, was shot in the abdomen on Wednesday, Jan. More...

Pettisville Mini-Cheerleaders Perform - Free Access

Saturday, Jan. 28 performance, during PHS-LCHS boys basketball game
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Reporter Escorted From Meeting About Turnpike Privatization

A reporter for the Bryan Times was escorted out of a meeting between Jerry Wray, Ohio Department of Transportation director, and officials from Fulton, Henry, and Williams counties, Monday, Jan. 30. More...

Miller, Sluder Vie To Be Republican Fulton County Sheriff Candidate

Two men are running to become the Republican candidate for Fulton County Sheriff in the primary election on Tuesday, March 6. They seek to replace Darrell Merillat, who, after about 27 years in office, is not seeking reelection. More...

News

Atrium Close To Completion

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Mayor Talks About Award, ALS-1

In his State of the Village message, Jim Wyse, Archbold mayor, said Archbold’s selection as a best hometown by a statewide publication has brought visitors to the community. More...

Archbold Area Foundation Officers

Officers of the Archbold Area Foundation for 2012 are, seated, from left: Marc Fruth, president; Mark Hagans, vice president; Jodi Herman, secretary; Steve Brink, treasurer. More...

Public Record

Teens Hospitalized After Head-On Crash

Two Wauseon students at the Four County Career Center were hospitalized following a two-vehicle crash on St. Rt. 66 about a tenth (.1) of a mile south of Henry County Rd. U about 3:09 pm, Wednesday, Jan. 25. More...

Martinez Indicted In Alleged Stabbing

The Fulton County Grand Jury has returned a fourcount indictment against Carlos F. Martinez, the Defi- ance man who allegedly attacked a man and a woman in the woman’s home on Wednesday, Jan. 18. More...

Police Seek Vehicle In Hit-Skip Crash

Archbold police are looking for a black Dodge Dakota midsize pickup truck, following a hit-skip accident during the early morning hours of Friday, Jan. 27. More...

Sports

AHS Girls Raise Record To 17-0

The Archbold girls basketball team guaranteed itself at least a share of its tenth Northwest Ohio Athletic League championship with a 59-31 victory at Wauseon, Thursday, Jan. 26. The Streaks are 7-0 in league play, while Evergreen and Delta are 5-1. More...

AHS Drops Indians 39-34 In Battle Of NWOAL Unbeatens

Playing basketball against a Northwest Ohio Athletic League rival in front of a packed house on a Friday night with a tournament atmosphere; isn’t that what high school basketball is all about? Archbold hosted Wauseon, Friday, Jan. 27. More...

Streaks Mauled By Defiance Bulldogs

The Archbold boys basketball team was on the road, Tuesday, Jan. 24, to take on Division II powerhouse Defi ance in a non-league contest. Jumping out to a 15-5 first-quarter lead, the Bulldogs coasted to a 61-44 victory. More...

Religion

News from the Pew & Pulpit

Archbold Evangelical Sunday: CD prelude; Dan Borton, song leader; Trey Sonnenberg, prayer of sending for Haiti Team 3. Message, “Refresh,” Jesse Kahler. More...

Central Hosts Third Bible Quiz Meet

Central Mennonite Bible quizzers led the people in praise and worship to begin the Sunday, Jan. 29, area Bible quiz meet, which featured four round-robin group winners. More...

Organizations

Senior Center More...