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Path Clear For School Police Resource Officer

The Archbold School Board granted final approval of a memorandum of understanding with Archbold Village Council to put a police officer in the schools during its Monday, April 15 meeting. In his addre… 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     […]

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David and Debbie (Sauder) David, Archbold, were seen in a photograph in the Toledo Blade, Sunday, April 21. They were “all smiles” at the Toledo Symphony 75th Anniversary Gala. About $25,000 was raise… Sorry! This content is only available to paid subscribers at this time. Please login below, or consider purchasing a subscription today!

Newest Eagle

Maxwell Sauber, center, is the newest Eagle Scout from Archbold Boy Scout Troop 63. He received the Eagle rank– the highest in scouting– during a Court of Honor ceremony, Saturday, March 23. With him are his parents, Bruce and Cindy.– courtesy photo

Five Earn Superior Ratings

Five Archbold middle school musicians earned Superior ratings during Solo & Ensemble competition at Defiance High School, Saturday, April 13. Beth Voll, Archbold band director, said students performed their pieces before an adjudicator to receive a rating. Receiving Superior, or I ratings: Haylee Valle, alto saxophone; Kyra Kreiner, flute; Maddie Short, snare drum; Alex Rupp & Tayanna Bagrowski, baritone duet. […]

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Mondesi Walters, AHS ‘14, was at the rally for Pete Buttigieg, South Bend., Ind., mayor, when he made the official announcement that he’s running for president. Quoted in the Sunday, April 14 Chicago Tribune, Walters said, “I’m ready for change. This country needs some more acceptance and someone who loves and sees where tolerance gets us. He can grasp the […]

4-H News

The Countryside Clovers 4-H club held a meeting Tuesday, April 9. Members discussed future Quality Assurance meetings, Wednesday, April 17, 3:30 pm, at Fayette and Tuesday, April 23, 7:30 pm, at Pettisville. The 4Hers met with their project group to discuss various information, then all gathered together to have a dime auction. The money raised will help support the activities […]

Runaway Found in Indiana

With help from police officers in Angola, Ind., Archbold police successfully located a juvenile, Saturday, March 30, a report states. Police were notified the youth, a male, was missing at 6:41 pm after checking the boy’s last known location. When he was not located, the officer went to the home of the complaining party. Officers gathered information, then placed a […]

Step Completed In Demolition Of Dilapidated Home

Joe Short, president of the German Township Trustees, told fellow trustees an application has been submitted for grant funds for demolition of a dilapidated home in the township. Speaking at the Monday, April 8 trustees meeting, Short told Kenneth “Skip” Leupp and Andy Brodbeck, “It is a go. The application is in. It’s in the hands of Maumee Valley” Planning […]

I Can Fly

Aaliyah Saldivar, 5, raises her hands in the air as if she can fly during the Pettisville Elementary School Sweetheart Dance, Friday, April 5. Aaliyah is held by her father, Nathaniel.– photo by David Pugh

Pettisville School Board Discusses Funding Plan

At its regular meeting, Monday April 8, the Pettisville School Board looked at a proposed state budget and its effect on the district. Steve Switzer, superintendent, presented information about the proposed Fair School Funding Plan, which is being proposed by state representatives Bob Cupp (R-Lima) and John Patterson (D-Jefferson). Switzer said the bipartisan plan would be a positive one for […]


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