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Old Photo Corner

    Rocky Marciano, world heavyweight boxing champion, appears with Bil-Jax, Inc. employees on break in January 1959. Marciano represented Bil-Jax products in Florida. He was hosted by Wilbur Wyse, owner/founder of Bil-Jax, Inc. Full Story

America Depends On Obama

    Yesterday, the first African-American was inaugurated President of the United States. It marks an important milestone for a country long obsessed and consumed by poor race relations. Full Story

Other Editors Say...

Obama's Words Must Raise Hope While Asking Citizens To Take Responsibility

    The speech. It's the kernel of substance Americans get on Inauguration Day, which is otherwise given over to the ceremony and symbolism marking the peaceful passing of power that separates the United States from, say, Somalia. Full Story

Letter To The Editor

    Whatever happened to honesty, or is that not part of the 4-H pledge? Full Story

Golden Notes Of Archbold's Memorable Past

    Ten Years Ago Wednesday, Jan. 13, 1999 Because weather conditions forced Pettisville Schools to close for six days during the fall and early winter, students in that school district will go to school, Monday, Jan. 18, Martin Luther King Day. Full Story

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Trouble For Betty Young

    Betty Young, who was the center of controversy during much of her four years as president of Northwest State Community College, is moving on again. Full Story

Other Editors Say...

Paid Your Mortgage? Sucker. Federal Help Creates A Perverse Incentive

    You bought a house you could afford. You obtained a loan that allowed you to live within your means and build some savings. You have paid your mortgage on time every month, year after year. You, as a matter of federal policy, are a sucker. Full Story

Golden Notes Of Archbold's Memorable Past

    Ten Years Ago Wednesday, Jan 6, 1999 The Archbold municipal income tax collection for 1998, which was not expected to top the record year of 1997, did so by $1,400. Total collections for 1998 were $3,153,499.29. Full Story