Aschemeier, Meller On Equestrian Team

Katie Aschemeier, Archbold, and Rebekah Meller, Pettisville, were among members of the Napoleon Equestrian team competing at the first Ohio Interscholastic Horsemanship Association show. The show, held Sunday, Sept. 9, was at the Harry Hughes Equestrian Center near Swanton. The Napoleon team placed first in Division I with 112 points. St. Ursula’s Academy was second with 80; Evergreen was third […]

DeKnight, Mann, Huffman Kart Winners At Jackson

DeKnight, Mann, Huffman Kart Winners At Jackson Jeremy Mann, Kyle DeKnight, and John Huffman swept individual classes in kart racing at the concrete oval track at Jackson, Mich., Saturday, Sept. 15. To sweep a class at Jackson, a racer must set the fastest time in qualifying, win his heat race, then win the night’s featureevent. For Mann, 11, Archbold, it […]

Dominique Rejoins ADAMhs Board

After a one-year break, Susan Dominique, Archbold, has returned to a seat on the Four County Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Services (ADAMhs). Dominique served for eight years, from 1998 to 2006, as an appointee of the Fulton County Commissioners. She returned to the board at its Thursday, Sept. 13 meeting, as an appointee of the Ohio […]

Ridgeville Battles Apartment Fire

A fire in an apartment north of Ridgeville Corners Monday, Sept. 17, was traced to an unattended candle, said Dexter Benecke, Ridgeville Corners Fire Department chief. He said RCFD received the alarm at about 1:56 pm, when a passerby spotted the blaze. The residents were not at home. He described the structure as a two-unit apartment building, located at 2939 […]

Mosier Is Resident Advisor At Bluffton

Meghan Mosier, daughter of Brad and Chris Mosier, Wauseon, is a resident advisor in the Hirschy Residence Hall at Bluffton University. Mosier, a senior, is majoring in early childhood education. She is a graduate of Pettisville High School and a member of Central Mennonite Church.

Archbold Youth Soccer Club

Archbold Youth Soccer Club Boys U10 Team The Archbold Blue Streak Boys U10 team began its fall season with an 8-1 win at Napoleon, Tuesday, Sept. 11. In the first quarter, Michael Weigand scored and Jack Fisher scored with an assist from Kegan Ott. Napoleon countered with one goal when the Blue Streakswere sleeping. In the second quarter, AJ Short […]

ACT’s Production Of Tom Sawyer A Family Affair

Girls rolling hoops across the street. Barefoot young boys with buckets and fishing poles head to the river. Ladies stand and gossip at the corner while the sheriff keeps watch. From the opening scenes to the last of Archbold Community Theatre’s coming production of “Tom Sawyer,” you feel transported back in time to a place filled with old-fashioned fun and […]

Man And Woman Receive Citations

Archbold Police officers issued minor misdemeanor citations for disorderly conduct to two persons, about 3:32 am, Sunday, Sept. 9. Cited by officers were Hannah D. Porter, 19, rural Ney, and Dean A. Eichler, 28, rural Archbold. The APD report on the incident stated police spotted a suspicious vehicle in the 100 block of Ditto St., during the early morning hours. […]

Streaks Slay Vikings 47-20 In NWOAL Matchup

Capitalizing on four turnovers in eight minutes, the Archbold football team built a 28-0 firstquarter lead and coasted to a 47-20 Northwest Ohio Athletic League victory at Evergreen, Friday, Sept. 14. The Streaks support a 3-1 record, 2-0 in league play. The Vikings slip to 0-4, 0-2 NWOAL. “Archbold is a good football team, and when you play a good […]

AHS Students Shine After Ottawa Flood

They proved they were up to the challenge! Archbold High School students received numerous compliments for the services they performed in Ottawa, Friday, Aug. 31. Ottawa was one the communities along the Blanchard River that was severely damaged by flooding last month. Originally the trip was open to Archbold vocational agriculture and industrial arts students, but when word was received […]

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