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Golden Notes Of Archbold’s Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago Wednesday, May 12, 2010 A total of six inches of rain fell on the Archbold area last month, making it the wettest April in the past five years. Greg LaBarge, Fulton County agriculture e… Sorry! This content is only available to paid subscribers at this time. Please login below, or consider purchasing a subscription today! Username Password […]

Companies With Thousands Of Employees Are Not Small Businesses

Ruth’s Chris Steak House got one. So did Shake Shack. And Potbelly Corporation, which runs Potbelly Sandwich Shops. What did they get? Paycheck Protection Program loans. The PPP program provides twoye… Sorry! This content is only available to paid subscribers at this time. Please login below, or consider purchasing a subscription today!

Golden Notes Of Archbold’s Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago Wednesday, May 5, 2010 Perry Rupp, rural Wauseon, was the winner of the Republican primary race for Fulton County Commissioner, and voters in the Pettisville Local School District appro… Sorry! This content is only available to paid subscribers at this time. Please login below, or consider purchasing a subscription today!

Voting Has Changed, But Still Vital

In these days of the Coronavirus, many things have changed. But your vote is still vital to the successful operation of democracy. While there are polls and surveys and the like, only a vote, cast in … Sorry! This content is only available to paid subscribers at this time. Please login below, or consider purchasing a subscription today!

Golden Notes Of Archbold’s Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago Wednesday, April 28, 2010 Royal Short, AHS ‘94, will be the new principal at Archbold Middle School. “It’s always great to come back home,” he said. The vote was unanimous at the Saturd… Sorry! This content is only available to paid subscribers at this time. Please login below, or consider purchasing a subscription today!

A New Normal?

As we all live with “Stay At Home” orders resulting from the Coronavirus pandemic, we yearn for things to get “back to normal.” But with the changes imposed by the virus, we wonder what the future wil… Sorry! This content is only available to paid subscribers at this time. Please login below, or consider purchasing a subscription today!

Ohio’s Doctor

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Dr. Amy Acton, head of Ohio’s Department of Health, calls herself the doctor to all of Ohio’s 11.7 million people. And somehow, with her obvious compassion, her ease with explaining complicated virolo… Sorry! This content is only available to paid subscribers at this time. Please login below, or consider purchasing a subscription today!

Golden Notes Of Archbold’s Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago Wednesday, April 21, 2010 Backers of boys soccer for Archbold High School are seeking the Archbold Area School Board’s sanction, but not financial support. The proposal was discussed at… Sorry! This content is only available to paid subscribers at this time. Please login below, or consider purchasing a subscription today!

Find Comfort, Hope In the Easter Story

There seems little to be joyful about these days, as we all live with the turmoil caused by the Coronavirus. We lock ourselves in our own sixfoot bubbles, we stay home from the places we would normally go, we physically cut ourselves off from friends and loved ones. Some of us bring our jobs home. Others go to work with […]

Clear The Red Tape

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American companies are rising to the occasion as the nation pulls together to fight the Coronavirus pandemic. That means government must clear the way of obstacles preventing companies from producing the supplies the country needs. Automakers have begun manufacturing ventilators and face shields. Breweries and distilleries have stopped producing alcohol and now make hand sanitizer. And Akron-based Gojo Industries also […]


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