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New Sidewalks To Be Built On West Stryker Street; Rodriguez Resigns As Police Officer

A version of this article was posted to ArchboldBuckeye.com at 9:43 a.m., Friday, July 5.  Archbold Village Council approved design and bidding documents for a Stryker Street sidewalk, and elevated an Archbold police officer from part-time to fu More...

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Obituaries

R. Dean Short

R. Dean Short, age 81 years, of Archbold, passed away Sunday evening, July 7, 2013, at the Toledo Hospital.  He was born Aug. 30, 1931, at Wauseon, the son of Clarence and Mary (Schmucker) Short, and married Esther Yoder on March 10, 1956. More...

James L. “Jim” Davis, Sr.

James L. “Jim” Davis, Sr., age 72, of Archbold, passed away on Wednesday evening, July 10, 2013, in his home. More...

Franklin D. “Sonny” New

Oct. 19, 1940-July 5, 2013

Franklin D. “Sonny” New, 72, of Fayette, died Friday afternoon, July 5, 2013, at St. Luke’s Hospital in Maumee.  He was born Oct. 19, 1940, in Jenkinjones, W. Va., to the late William R. More...

People

Couple Observes 50th Anniversary

Richard and Virginia Lumbrezer, rural Fayette, are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary.  Richard (Chick) Lumbrezer and Virginia (Ginger) Spenthoff were married July 27, 1963, at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Toledo.  More...

Parents Announce July 13 Wedding

Ronald and Melody Lichtenwald, Fayette, announce the engagement and upcoming wedding of their daughter, Sarah, to Larry Asbury, Jr., Fayette, son of the late Larry Asbury, Sr., and Linda Burlew, Morenci, Mich.  The bride-elect is a graduate of G More...

Gautsche, Tieszen To Marry Friday

Luther and Mary Ann Gautsche,Archbold, announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Laci, to Philip Tieszen, Harrisonburg, Va., son of Lowell and Sharyn Tieszen, Durham, N.C.  More...

Religion

News from the Pew & Pulpit

Archbold Evangelical   Sunday: Nick Hudson, worship leader; video, “Coffee with Jesus”; commissioning prayer for jr. high missions trip to LifeChange Camp in Missouri; prayer recognizing our freedom. More...

Organizations

SAHC  Stryker Area Heritage Council Board of Trustees, Thursday, July 11, 7 p.m., Stryker Depot, 203 N. More...

Senior Citizen Menu

Week of July 15-19

MONDAY: chicken & noodles, mashed potatoes, steamed carrots, cookies.  TUESDAY: chili con carne, mexican-style rice, green salad, fruit crunch.  WEDNESDAY: beef manhattan, mashed potatoes, peas & onions, pie.  THURSDAY: bean so More...

Video from the Naturalization Ceremony Welcoming New American Citizens - Free Access

July 4, 2013, at Sauder Village
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Videos feature the naturalization ceremony for 46 new American citizens, the Fulton County Honor Guard, music by the Village Strings, and comments by the Rev. Charles Obinwa and Judge James R. Knepp, II.-Posted 7.5 More...

Watching Mom Become A US Citizen

Sydney Nguyen, Perrysburg, waves a US flag as her mother, Vui Thi Nguyen, became an American citizen during a naturalization ceremony at Sauder Village on Independence Day. More...

Walk-In Clinic Planned In Archbold

Parkview Physicians Group, of Fort Wayne, Ind., announced Monday plans to open a “walk-in” clinic in Archbold.  Krystal Miller, regional practice manager, said PPG is in the process of recruiting physicians to work in the facility.&n More...

Love Of Horses Keep Oyer, Felix In The Saddle

Who didn’t want a horse or pony when you were little?  Melissa Felix and Mikaela Oyer, two 19-year-olds from Archbold, turned that dream into a reality.  They spend much of their time working with and showing horses.  Felix, daug More...

 

News

Construction Continues At Four County

Work continues on the construction of a new 14,000 square-foot addition to Four County Career Center. More...

Local Girl Asked For Stryker Street Sidewalk in 2008

The idea of a sidewalk along Stryker Street certainly isn’t new.  In 2008, Bailey Grieser, then an 11-year-old Archbold fifth grader in Shannon Schmucker’s class, wrote a letter to Kenny Cowell, Archbold village councilman, asking fo More...

Planning Group Looks At Improving Health

A group comprised of local and state government agencies, private industries, non-profits, and others are looking for ways to improve the health of Fulton County residents.  As part of its work, the Fulton County Partners for Health Strategic Pl More...

Public Record

Sauder Workers Find Bullet

Employees of the Sauder Woodworking Company made an unusual discovery about 8:15 pm, Tuesday, July 2. They found a bullet in a pallet of wood. The bullet was turned over to Archbold police. It is scheduled for destruction. More...

Woman Cited In Dog Incident

Kelly Jones, 412 West Barre Road, was cited for failure to confine a dog by Brian Banister, Fulton County dog warden.  The citation resulted from a 12:10 pm, Friday, June 28 incident, in which the dog, which Banister identified as a pit bull, at More...

Police Deal With Juvenile Issue

Archbold police were called to help deal with a problem that involved a juvenile, Tuesday, July 2.  Police were called to a residence in the 400 block of East Holland Street at 8 pm that day, on a report that the child had run away. More...

Sports

Acme Baseball

Archbold held off a persistent Delta team 3-1 in the opening round of the Acme North sectional tournament, Monday, July 1, at Archbold.  Chan Wyse picked up the win on the mound, pitching five shutout innings. More...

Opinion

Government Secrecy Added To State Budget

The purpose of government is to serve the people it governs.  The actions of government must be open and visible to those it governs and their watchdogs– the free press. A free press is guaranteed to citizens by the Bill of Rights.  More...

Correction

In an editorial in July 3 edition of this newspaper, there was an error.  The correct portion should read, “Archbold Lions Club has collected hundreds of pairs of old eyeglasses.”  The Buckeye regrets the error.   More...

Developing Secrets

Other Editors Say...

Slipped into the Senate version of the two-year state budget is a provision that should outrage Ohioans– for its timing and substance.  The proposal would open the way for local governments to discuss behind closed doors the shape and deta More...