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Speed Limit Signs In Pettisville Removed, Now Just An Advisory

There is no longer a 35- mile-per-hour speed limit on Co. Rd. More...

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Obituaries

Elaine Louise Van Sickle

Elaine Louise Van Sickle, age 78, of rural Wauseon, passed away Thursday evening, Nov. 29, 2018, in her home.Elaine was born in Grand Rapids, Mich., on Nov. 20, 1940, the daughter of Richard C. and Irma (Campbell) Annis. On Sept. More...

Carol A. Stuckey

Carol A. Stuckey, 76 years, of West Unity, passed away Sunday, Nov. More...

DEATH NOTICES

Dennis Alan Basselman, 49, rural Viborg, S.D., died Nov. 20, 2018. Survivors include his wife, Kelly, and four children.   More...

Sports

AHS Girls Open Season With Win Over Aces

Archbold outscored Hicksville 29-14 in the second half to turn a 23-20 halftime lead into a 52-34 season opening victory in girls basketball, Saturday, Nov. More...

PHS Girls Beat Edon 47-41

Pettisville outscored Edon 15-4 at the free-throw line to open its regular and Buckeye Border Conference season with a 47-41 girls basketball victory, Friday, Nov. More...

AHS Girls Basketball Letterwinners

Left to right: Faith Wyse, Gabby Nafziger, Lily Krieger, Sophie Hubby, Andi Peterson, Kayla Boettger, Naomi Rodriguez.– photo by Mary Huber   More...

Religion

News from the Pew & Pulpit

The Archbold Buckeye apologizes if we missed your More...

Organizations

Blood Drive  Western Lake Erie Region of the American Red Cross blood drive: Saturday, Dec. 1, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Napoleon Harley Davidson, 862 American Rd., Napoleon; Monday, Dec. 3, 12-6 pm, Ridgeville Corners American Legion, Co. Rd. More...

Births

Fulton Co. Health Center  Nov. 18: Chelsie & Drew Schaffner, Wauseon, boy.  Nov. 19: Lyndell Ramos, Wauseon, girl.  Nov. 20: Kaylan Hartman, Delta, boy.   More...

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Attorney General DeWine Offers Consumer Tips Following Marriott Starwood Hotels Breach - Free Access

Scam Watch

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today offered tips for consumers following Marriott’s recent announcement of a data breach affecting as many as 500 million guests who made a reservation at a Starwood brand hotel, which includes Sheraton Hotels & Re More...

Former Ruralogic Chairman Gets Prison Term In Federal Court

A version of this article was posted to ArchboldBuckeye.com at 12:36 pm Wednesday, Nov. 21.  C. More...

Fundraisers Pull In Almost $29,000

The Pettisville Music Boosters raised $15,260 and the elementary Bird Walk brought in $13,586, Pettisville school board members were told at their Monday, Nov. More...

 

News

Night of Lights And Sparkles

The Night of Lights, including the 20th annual Parade of Lights, was an exciting mixture of sights and sounds. Top: Members of The Company, the AHS show choir, sang Christmas carols before the start of the parade. More...

Link Water Systems In County?

There is an effort underway to link the municipal water systems of all seven Fulton County communities together.  Jeff Fryman, Archbold mayor, told council at its Monday, Nov. More...

Coaches Among Personnel Actions

The Archbold School Board approved several personnel actions, including some that dealt with coaches, during its Monday, Nov. More...

Public Record

Archbold Police Log

Nov. 16   2:57 pm: Verbal warning, overtime parking, 200 block Park St.  9:15 pm: Traffic stop, driving with one headlight out, 300 block West Barre Rd., took juvenile into custody on another matter.  Nov. 17   More...

Western Dist. Court News

11.21.18 for 11.28.18   (Note: In the listing of traffic offenses, the first number is actual speed; the second, legal speed. The first dollar amount is the fine; the second, costs.)   Kylee N. Williams, rural Wauseon, seat belt, St. Rt. More...

Youth Enters Apartment

Jessica Lee French, 32, East Gardens, told Archbold police a young juvenile had entered her apartment sometimes between 9 am and 1 pm, Sunday, Nov. 18.  French told officers items were taken from her child’s room. More...

Opinion

Another Chapter Ends In Ruralogic Story

The year 2010 was a difficult time for Archbold.  The local economy had taken a beating as a worldwide economic downturn led to some of the worst times since The Great Depression of the 1930s.   More...

Many Reasons To Put The Phone Down

Other Editors Say...

Do cell phones cause cancer?  The largest and most expensive study to date has determined there is “some evidence,” a notch higher on the confidence continuum from “equivocal evidence.”  More...

Golden Notes Of Archbold's Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2008 More...