The Archbold Buckeye has been the cornerstone of our community since 1905. That’s 107 years of reporting about local schools, local government, and local people.
No other news source covers local news in Archbold, Ridgeville Corners, and Pettisville like your newspaper, the Archbold Buckeye. There’s something for everyone, from religious news to FFA news, sports to Archbold Community Theatre, council to school board, park board, and library board… and features about neighborhood friends you know.
We report on how your tax dollars are spent by local governments. We publish public record news like the Police Log, Fulton County Court and Western District Court news.
And we devote a large amount of space to topics of local interest such as when students appear in the All-State Choir, residents are named Citizens of the Year, ground is broken for new buildings, winners from the Fulton County Fair are announced… and items from the past 10, 25, 50 and 100 years.
Your newspaper, the Archbold Buckeye, is put together by people you know, who live in your community, who attend local events and local governmental and public board meetings, who support local fund-raisers, and who have children who graduated from the Archbold and Pettisville school systems.
National Newspaper Week is Oct. 7-13, 2012. Whether you get the newspaper through the mail, newsstand, or via the Internet, rest assured that the Archbold Buckeye will continue to be “The Cornerstone Of Your Community,” reporting on local schools, local government, and local people.