April 29, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Empty Bottles Along Roads May Have Been Used In Making Meth

The Multi Area Law Enforcement Task Force, or MAN Unit, has issued a warning to citizens to be on the lookout for dangerous methamphetamine lab dumpsites.  Methamphetamine, a stimulant, can be manufactured or “cooked” from commonly a More...

Special Sections

Obituaries

Galen H. Aeschliman

Galen H. Aeschliman, age 94 years, of Wauseon, died peacefully surrounded by family, on April 23, 2015, at Fairlawn Care Center in Archbold.  He was born Jan. 6, 1921, to Enos and Dora (Neuhouser) Aeschliman.  On Aug. More...

Public Record

House Fire Damage Estimated At $60,000

Damage from a Sunday, April 26 house fire at 20122 St. Rt. 2, northwest of Pettisville, was estimated at about $60,000.  Andy Brodbeck, Archbold fire chief, said the cause of the blaze is still under investigation.  More...

Television, Video Game Stolen

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Warn Juveniles

A group of juveniles received a warning from Archbold police, states a report filed by an officer.  An officer was dispatched to Archbold Middle School, Thursday, April 9, at 3:18 pm.  The incident in question was described as a verbal alte More...

Sports

Blue Streaks Continue Quest For 10th Straight NWOAL Championship

The Archbold softball team won Northwest Ohio Athletic League contests against Wauseon and Montpelier while dropping two tight non-league contests. More...

Streaks Sweep Diller Invite

The Archbold boys and girls track teams swept the Diller Invitational, Saturday, April 25, at Ayersville.  It was the AHS boys second straight title.  The girls team improved on last year’s second-place performance.  More...

Determination

Archbold’s Levi Wyse jumps off the starting block with intensity in the 100-meter dash at the Diller Invitational, Saturday, April 25. He won the event.– photo by Dennis Driver   More...

Religion

News from the Pew & Pulpit

Archbold Evangelical   Sunday: Nick Hudson, worship leader; worship team, offertory. Message, “Light & Love: Love-the whole not part,” Jesse Kahler.  Lockport Mennonite   More...

Organizations

NAMI  National Alliance on Mental Illness Four County, Tuesday, May 5, 7 p.m., ADAMhs Board office, St. Rt. 66, south of Archbold.   Grief  Griefshare recovery seminar/ support group, Tuesdays, 6:30 p.m., Archbold Community Library. More...

Bruner, Miller Named Ministry Assistants

Molly Bruner, PHS ‘13, daughter of Keith and Peg, and Shelby Miller, PHS ‘14, daughter of Eric and Marla, have been named ministry assistants for the 2015-16 academic year at Hesston (Kan.) College.  More...

Breaking News - 4/28/2015 7:00 PM

May 5 Special Election Results

The Fulton County Board of Elections has announced unofficial results of the four issues that went before voters in Clinton and Pike Townships and the village of Swanton in the Tuesday, May 5 special election.There were no statewide or countywide iss More...

Archbold Man Sought In Murder Investigation

Romualdo M. Cordoba, Jr., 38, Archbold, is being sought by Wauseon police after he allegedly shot and killed another man in that city early Saturday morning.  Dead is Joshua S. McJilton, 27, Oceanside, Calif., and formerly of Wauseon.  More...

Juveniles Face Code Of Conduct Violations

While Archbold Area School District students won’t be disciplined through the school for their alleged roles in the sexting case, they will face the AHS code of conduct.  Aaron Rex, superintendent, said Monday the five students won’t More...

 

News

Local Man Still Critical After April 17 Shooting

Ricky Sauber, the man who police believe shot himself after a more than five-hour standoff, was still listed in critical condition, Tuesday, April 28.  Police were called to Sauber’s 303 South Lincoln Street home Friday morning, April 17, More...

School Board Approves Personnel Actions

The Archbold Area School Board took a number of personnel actions, ranging from hiring a new teacher to approving a volunteer coach at its Monday, April 20 meeting.  The board approved a three-year contract for Dorothy Lambert, elementary princ More...

Choirs Earn Top Rating; Director To Lose Hair

Kent Vandock, director of choral activities for the Archbold Area School District, will have his head shaved after promising his choir students he would surrender his hair if they earned a Superior rating in state competition. More...

People

Parents Announce May 30 Wedding

Jim and Sandi Snyder, Engadine, Mich., announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Emily Joy, to Nathaniel David Hammersmith, son of Tracy and Amy, Archbold.  More...

Kauffman Named Resident Assistant

Emily Kauffman, PHS ‘14, daughter of Jeff and Jan, has been named a resident assistant at Hesston (Kan.) College for the 2015-16 academic year.  Resident assistants are sophomore students who lead nine to 15 students in the dorms and serve More...

Shannon Named To Honor Society

Devin Shannon, Archbold, has been inducted into Alpha Delta Nu, the nursing honor society, at Northwest State Community College.  He was one of 12 NSCC nursing students recently inducted.  Members must maintain a minimum 3.0 gpa withatleast More...

Opinion

Sadness Over Building Demolition

Workers moved surprising quickly to demolish and remove the former Red Cross Drug Store at the intersection of North Defiance and Stryker streets. More...

Praise For Bicycle Safety Award

In this issue of the Archbold Buckeye, the police log contains news that Archbold police officers are again issuing bicycle safety awards. More...

Golden Notes Of Archbold's Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago  Wednesday, May 4, 2005   After months and years of discussion and planning, the North Defiance Street construction project officially started. A roadblock and detour signs went up before 9 am, Monday morning.  More...