January 3, 2018 RSS feed / News

First, Third, Fourth Graders Get Breakfast

In her written report to the Archbold School Board, Dorothy Lambert, elementary principal, said students in three classes were treated to a breakfast.  The board was presented with principal reports during its Monday Dec. 18 meeting.  More...

Organizations

Single & Parenting  Single & Parenting group, Tuesdays, 6:30 p.m., West Clinton Mennonite Church, 18029 Co. Rd. C, Wauseon.  Mood Disorders  More...

Row Earns Boy Scout's Top Award

Liam Row, 15, Fort Wayne, Ind., and formerly of Archbold, and a member of Archbold Boy Scout Troop 63, received the Eagle Scout award.  The top award in scouting was conferred upon him in a ceremony, Wednesday, Dec. 27, at St. More...

County Unemployment Hits Nine-Year Low

Unemployment in Fulton County during November was 3.7%, the lowest rate in the nine years the Buckeye has kept records.  This newspaper has been keeping unemployment records since December 2008, when unemployment announced by the Ohio Department More...

Flu Hits Fairlawn, But Public Can Still Visit

Donna Konst, chief executive officer of the Fairlawn Retirement Community, said Tuesday, influenza type A has hit the Care Center, or nursing home portion of the campus.  However, she said “quarantine” is the technical language Fairl More...

Mini Birds Learn Skills

Doug King, left, demonstrates “boxing out,” a basketball technique, during Pettisville Mini Bird basketball practice for fifth and sixth graders, Thursday, Dec. 28. Zach Graffice, a coach, said Mini Birds start as early as third grade. More...

Correction

In an article in the Dec. More...

November Super Streaks

Archbold Elementary School named its Super Streaks for November. Super Streaks are students who demonstrated respectful, responsible, and safe behavior in all areas of the school. More...

No Action After Executive Session

The Archbold School Board met in executive session for almost two hours, Monday night, Dec. More...

Sewer Construction On South Side Starts Monday If Weather Cooperates

Construction on a new sewer interceptor, a sanitary sewer pipeline that carries wastewater, is set to begin Monday, Jan. 8.  However, that’s dependent on the weather, and if the temperature is above 10 degrees.  More...