Archbold Library Needs Help May 5

    Few towns the size of Archbold have a library that equals the one in our village. Because of generous donations and voter support, thousands of people enjoy it. Located on Stryker Street, the library is staffed with knowledgeable employees. Full Story

Golden Notes Of Archbold's Memorable Past

    Ten Years Ago Wednesday, March 24, 1999 Singing and acting with a broken ankle, "was easier than I thought, but still was no easy task," Josh Storrer discovered last week. Full Story

Letters to the Editor

    The Archbold Buckeye welcomes your opinions in the form of "Letters to the Editor." Letters may be on any subject of current interest and not promotional. Full Story

False Promises: Casinos In Ohio Would Not Fare Any Better Than Those Now Struggling Across The U.S.

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    A major Pennsylvania casino developer, Penn National Gaming Inc., and the owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Dan Gilbert, announced on Wednesday that they hope to put an initiative on the November ballot, amending the Ohio Constitution so that they Full Story

Golden Notes Of Archbold's Memorable Past

    Ten Years Ago Wednesday, March 17, 1999 Renee Quillet and Katrina Grisier, members of the Archbold High School choir, took part in the Monday evening dress rehearsal of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Full Story

Soccer Decision Correct

    Many citizens were disappointed when the Archbold Area School Board said no to varsity boys soccer, but the decision was correct, without question. To paraphrase the famous Clinton administration saying, it's all about the economy. Full Story

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Pay Down Park Debt

    Archbold Park Board is $2.45 million in debt for Woodland Park. It's estimated it will take 34 years to repay the debt. Interest payments will top $1.1 million. The natural temptation is to point fingers and demand to know who is responsible. Full Story

One Man's Pork

    There is a battle raging in Washington, D.C., over "pork." In this context, "pork," short for "porkbarrel spending," refers to unnecessary, wasteful spending that elected officials tack onto legislation to bring do-nothing, make-work, unnecessary Full Story