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Community Theatre Seeks $75,000 To Pay Off Mortgage

Archbold Community Theatre has given a lot to the community.  It has presented first-rate entertainment, and provided an opportunity to those with an interest in theatre to explore the art and craft of acting.  It has given young people wh More...

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Obituaries

Richard L. “Dick” Schlueter

Richard L. “Dick” Schlueter, age 76, of Quincy, Mich., and formerly of Pettisville, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, July 31, 2013, in his home. More...

James E. “Jim” Trudel

James E. “Jim” Trudel, age 55, of Ridgeville Township, passed away Tuesday evening, July 30, 2013, in his home. Jim retired from Sauder Manufacturing in Archbold earlier this year, having worked there for 31 years.Jim was born in Wauseon on Nov. More...

Phillip D. Short

Phillip D. Short, age 61, of Archbold, passed away unexpectedly in his home on Friday morning, July 26, 2013.  Phillip was born on March 27, 1952, in Flannigan, Ill., the son of E. More...

People

Short, Stine To Wed August 18

Brian and Teresa Short, Archbold, announce the engagement of their daughter, Kayla, to Bryan Stine, son of Steve and Nancy, Garrett, Ind.  The bride-elect is a 2008 graduate of Archbold High School and a 2012 graduate of Indiana Wesleyan Univers More...

Earn Degrees

Misti Holifield and Brittany Croninger, Archbold, and Marie Sorgenfrie, Fayette, were among 20 students who completed the Northwest State Community College practical nursing certificate program and were pinned recently during a special ceremony.  More...

Earn Degrees

David Dominique and Jordan Fruchey, both of Archbold, recently earned Bachelor of Science degrees from Grand Valley State University, Allendale, Mich.  Dominique also graduated magna cum laude.   More...

Co. Rd. 24 Could Become St. Rt. 66

The Ohio Department of Transportation TRAC (Transportation Review Advisory Commission) has allocated $1.3 million to begin the process that could see Co. Rd. 24 become the new St. Rt. 66.  The Commission made the announcement last week.  More...

Original 'Vette Owner Found Through Buckeye Ad

Did you own this 1967 Corvette Coupe?

It only has two seats, there isn’t much of a trunk, and its body is made out of fiberglass instead of metal.  But the Chevrolet Corvette, called America’s only true sports car by some, has inspired the dreams of young (and old) men f More...

What's For Dinner?

A male cardinal enjoys a tasty dinner of sunflower seeds at an Archbold home.– photo by Mary Huber More...

 

News

Zoning Board Denies Request For Garage

The Archbold Board of Zoning Appeals denied the request of Roxanne Burk, 201 Short-Buehrer Road, to construct a garage on her property at its Thursday, July 25 meeting.  Burk wanted to build a 24- foot by 26-foot garage on her property, asking t More...

Street Project Going Well

Bob Seaman, Archbold village engineer, said the Lindau Street reconstruction project is going well.  By late this week, he expects workers to start connecting new waterlines to homes in the area.  Excavation for street construction is expec More...

Unemployment Up Across Four Counties

Unemployment in the fourcounty area went up one-half of one percentage point during June, the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services reported last week.  Unemployment in the area ranged from a high of 7.9% in Fulton County to a low of 7.2% i More...

Public Record

Arrested On Domestic Violence Charge

Matthew L. More...

Investigate Off-Roading At Reservoir

The owner of a license plate found at Archbold’s large reservoir told Archbold police he didn’t know how the plate got there.  A worker at the Archbold water treatment plant discovered damage to the grassy area on one side of the res More...

Local Woman Sentenced

Shannon Torok, 20, Archbold, was sentenced on charges of theft and forgery in Fulton County Common Pleas Court, Tuesday, July 16.  She was originally indicted on two counts of theft and six counts of forgery on Monday, March 18.  More...

Opinion

We'll Take It

Money For Co. Rd. 24

The Ohio Department of Transportation Review Advisory Council, TRAC, has approved $1.8 million to begin development of a project that could lead to relocating St. Rt. 66 to Co. Rd. More...

Other Editors Say...

Unintended Consequence: Thanks To Healthcare Law, Many Employees Are Seeing Hours Cut

Even before it is fully implemented, the Affordable Care Act has exhibited several job-killing qualities, including adding cost and creating uncertainty for businesses.  More...

Golden Notes Of Archbold's Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago Wednesday, July 23, 2003   One man called the 24th annual Carp Festival “possibly our best ever.” It kicked off with bargain hunters, and ended with a bang!  More...

Religion

News from the Pew & Pulpit

Archbold Evangelical   Sunday: Sammy Reyes, welcome/greeting; Nick Hudson, scripture focus/prayer, Phil. 1:9-11. Message, “Pray For Those You Know To Love,” Jesse Kahler.  Lockport Mennonite   More...

Births

Fulton Co. Health Center

July 19: Chandra Blosser, Wauseon, boy.  July 23: Alicia & Christian Wendorf, Stryker, boy; Christine & Michael Cirgidel, Wauseon, boy.  July 24: Nicole & Craig Gors, Archbold, girl.   More...

Correction

The sex of a baby in the “Births” column in the July 24 edition was incorrect.  Justin and Jenna Gorsuch, Delta, had a boy.   More...