91% Of Third Graders Pass Reading Standard At Pettisville Schools

Jason Waldvogel, Pettisville Elementary School principal, said during the district board meeting, Monday, Jan. 18, that 91% of Pettisville third grade students have already met the standards for the state reading guarantee. Only three students still need to pass the test, he said. Waldvogel also said that kindergarten registration is planned for April 9, similar to past years. Parents or […]

Trucks Encroaching On Cemetery, Eicher Says

Trucks turning south onto Co. Rd. 22 from St. Rt. 2 are encroaching on the St. Peter Catholic Church Cemetery, coming within 10 to 20 feet of some graves. That’s what Kevin Eicher, told fellow members at the Monday, Jan. 18 Archbold village council meeting. He suggested a wroughtiron fence to keep trucks out, saying, “That’s sacred ground.” But Kevin […]

COVID-19 Vaccine Program Opens To Persons 80-Older

Ohio has moved to Phase 1B of the Coronavirus vaccination program, in which more and more Ohioans will be eligible for the vaccine. The first step of Phase 1B started yesterday, Tuesday, with the vaccine being available to all persons 80 and older. Next week, Jan. 25, the eligibility age moves to 75 and older, and includes people with severe […]

Winter Scene

Workers at the Archbold Wastewater Treatment Plant recorded a trace of snow, Thursday, Jan. 14. The snow provided touches of highlights for the plants in the ditch south of the Pettisville school.– photo by David Pugh

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