AHS In Tri-Meet At Bryan

The Archbold cross country teams traveled to Bryan, Tuesday, Sept. 7, for a tri-match with Bryan and Wauseon. Bryan won the boys meet with 19 points, followed by Wauseon with 41. Archbold had 73. Wauseon won the girls meet with 27 points, followed by Bryan with 28. Archbold had 81. The first Archbold runner to cross the finish line in […]


Fulton Co. Health Center Sept.10, Aimee and Bradley Roth, Archbold, twins (boy and girl). A daughter, Makenzie Marie, was born to Nathaniel (Vinnie) and Breanne Miller on Aug. 23, 2007, at the Fulton County Health Center. She weighed 7 pounds 1 1/2 ounces and was 19 inches long. She has a 2 1/2-yearold sister, Olivia. Grandparents are Bill and Julene […]

Warren Beck

Warren Beck, 76, of Stryker, passed away Sunday afternoon, Sept. 16 at the Toledo Hospital. Mr. Beck was involved in the restaurant business in and around Stryker for 33 years, including owning the former Beck’s Restaurant in Stryker for many years. He also worked for the US Postal Service. Mr. Beck was born Harry W. Beck on June 16, 1931 […]

Crime Stopper

The Fulton County Crime Stopper program is seeking the help of the general public in solving a theft that occurred at Camp Palmer. A portable air compressor and a cash box was stolen from a construction trailer at the camp. The theft was reported on Aug. 27. Value of loss: $350 Informants may call 1-800- 255-1122 in confidence. Informants eligible […]

Bird Soccer Splits Week

The Pettisville soccer team split its matches last week, coming out with one win and one loss. The team traveled to Toledo Waite, Tuesday, Sept. 11, and came home with a 4-2 victory. The Kalida Wildcats came to Pettisville, Friday, Sept. 14, and went home with a 3-0 win. Pettisville is 5-4 on the year. PHS 4, Waite 2 The […]

Black Swamp Benefit Dollars Ahead Of ’06

Although, the 2007 Black Swamp Benefit Bazaar did not set a new record in receipts, it did net more than in 2006. Robert Aschliman, Archbold, a member of the benefit board of directors, recently issued updated numbers. Gross dollars are $179,458.88, up from $151,805.20 in 2006. Net profit for 2007 is $151,267.2 compared to $130,225.01 the previous year. Since 2001, […]

Behnfeldt: Good Things Are Happening In Iraq

When terrorists attacked America on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001, like millions of other Americans, Josh Behnfeldt was on the job. An Air Force engine mechanic for F-16 fighter jets, the Ridgeville Corners resident was working at the Ohio Air National Guard base at Toledo Express Airport. During the week he is a federal employee for the Department of Defense; on […]

Mary E. Nicholls

Mary E. Nicholls, age 78, of Bryan, died Friday, Sept. 14, 2007, at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne, Ind., where she was admitted earlier in the day. Mrs. Nicholls was employed by the Ohio Art Company and retired with 21 years of service. She was a member of New Hope Community Church in Bryan, and the Prime Time church group. […]

Man Cited After Vehicle Crashes With Motorcycle

Kent Schrock, 44, Archbold, was cited for failure to yield from a stop sign after his sportutility vehicle and a motorcycle collided at the intersection of Co. Rds. D and 21 at 10:42 am, Sunday, Sept. 2. The Ohio State Highway Patrol report states Byron Bevard, 32, Pettisville, was riding a motorcycle west on Co. Rd. D, while Schrock’s SUV […]

Local Racers Fifth, Sixth At Jackson

Tyler Herschberger, 12, Pettisville, was fifth, and Graeme Short, nine, Archbold, was sixth in mini-sprint cars at the Jackson, Mich. dirt track Saturday, Sept. 15. They competed in the 250 cubic centimeter restricted class. Herschberger was eighthfastest in qualifying, fourth in the heat race, and fifth in the feature. Short qualified fourth fastest, finished fifth in the heat race, and […]