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School Staff Vaccination Event Went Well, Cupp Reports

A total of 789 people, mostly staff members from Fulton County school districts, received Coronavirus vaccinations, Saturday, Feb. 27, at the Fulton County Fairgrounds. Top: Linda Burkholder, a regist… Sorry! This content is only available to paid subscribers at this time. Please login below, or consider purchasing a subscription today! Username Password Remember Me     Forgot Password

Dettling Memo: Warning System Won’t Reduce Railroad Crossing Blockages

A system to warn motorists when downtown railroad crossings are blocked was mentioned in a memo prepared by Donna Dettling, Archbold village administrator. Dettling warned such a system wouldn’t stop… Sorry! This content is only available to paid subscribers at this time. Please login below, or consider purchasing a subscription today!

Splash Pad Closer To Reality

A computer-generated graphic of the concept design for a future Archbold splash pad. Jennifer Kidder, Archbold Parks & Rec director, said the water features are designed to provide interactive fun for… Sorry! This content is only available to paid subscribers at this time. Please login below, or consider purchasing a subscription today!

Council Holds First Reading On Comprehensive Plan

 Archbold Village Council held its first reading on adopting a comprehensive plan at its Monday, March 1 meeting. The beginning of the plan dates back to October 2019, when council approved hirin… Sorry! This content is only available to paid subscribers at this time. Please login below, or consider purchasing a subscription today!

Railroad Cited Six Times In Just Over 72 Hours

Archbold police cited the Norfolk Southern railroad six times in just over 72 hours between 8:53 pm, Friday, Feb. 19, and 9:30 pm, Monday, Feb 22. Trains were parked, blocking the two in-town railroad… Sorry! This content is only available to paid subscribers at this time. Please login below, or consider purchasing a subscription today!

Attendance Restrictions Changed For Events

The state of Ohio has released new information regarding the number of people allowed to attend sporting events and other activities. The figures apply to all sporting events, from youth programs thro… Sorry! This content is only available to paid subscribers at this time. Please login below, or consider purchasing a subscription today!

Pettisville Third Graders Well Above Average

During the Monday, Feb. 8 Pettisville School Board meeting, it was announced that 62.5% of Pettisville third grade students scored proficient or above in the 2020 fall state reading assessment test. I… Sorry! This content is only available to paid subscribers at this time. Please login below, or consider purchasing a subscription today!

Trustees Get Another Mailbox Complaint

Josh King, German Township road supervisor, told the township trustees of another complaint of a mailbox being knocked down by a snowplow recently. King said at the Monday, Feb. 22 trustees meeting, t… Sorry! This content is only available to paid subscribers at this time. Please login below, or consider purchasing a subscription today!

Stickley Named BPA President

Mason StickleyMason Stickley, Pettisville, has been named president of the Four County Career Center chapter of the Business Professionals Organization. Stickley is a student in the FCCC computer netw… Sorry! This content is only available to paid subscribers at this time. Please login below, or consider purchasing a subscription today!

Anti-Covid Efforts Warding Off Flu

 Kim Cupp, Fulton County Health Commissioner, confirmed that efforts to battle the Coronavirus are leading to a downturn in influenza cases. Both illnesses are caused by a virus, carried by tiny … Sorry! This content is only available to paid subscribers at this time. Please login below, or consider purchasing a subscription today!


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