Death Notices

Grace M. Lehman, 84, Upper Sandusky and formerly of Archbold, died Saturday, Sept. 29, 2007 at the Wyandot Memorial Hospital, Upper Sandusky. Survivors include two sons, Roger W. (Beth) Lehman, Columbus, and Douglas J. (Deb), Upper Sandusky; four daughters, LuAnn (Bob Rife) Lehman, Upper Sandusky, Mrs. Leslie (Linda) Heimrick, McCutchenville, Deb Grove, Upper Sandusky, and Mrs. John (Jackie) Miranda, Upper […]

Bryan Firm Wins Parking Lot Bids

Archbold Village Council selected Lingvai Excavating, Bryan, to resurface four municipal parking lots. Council took the action at the Monday night, Oct. 1, meeting. Included on the list are two municipal parking lots on the west side of the 100 block of Ditto Street, plus the parking lots at the water treatment plant and the municipal annex building. In response […]

PHS Spikers Drop Two

The Pettisville volleyball team dropped to 6-9 with two losses and only one victory last week. The Blackbirds lost to Evergreen 14-25, 23-25, 11-25, Monday, Sept. 24. The Vikings are ranked 16th in Division III by the Ohio High School Volleyball Coaches Association. PHS came back and defeated Hilltop 25-20, 25-18, 25-20 in a Buckeye Border Conference matchup, Tuesday, Sept. […]

Apple Peeler Peels

Chris Weigel, Swanton, peels apples using an apple-peeling machine at Sauder Village, Saturday, Sept. 29, during Sauder Village Apple Butter Making Week. Peeling is just one of the processes in making apple butter. – photo by David Pugh

Archbold Police Log

Sept. 23 4:29 pm: Vehicle vandalism, 100 West Barre Rd. 5:57 pm: Trespassing, 57 Hawthorn Dr. Sept. 24 2:20 pm: A pickup truck, pulling a trailer driven by Don E. Ford, 68, rural Fayette, was driving through the Farmers & Merchants State Bank (N. Defi- ance St.) parking lot, when the trailer struck a parked vehicle owned by Phyllis K. […]

Roger Taylor Tells AACC About “Walking Thoughts”

Roger Taylor, Archbold native and resident, told Archbold Area Chamber of Commerce members about his new book, “Walking Thoughts,” at the Monday noon luncheon. Formerly the publisher/ owner of the weekly Farmland News, Archbold, Taylor began his “Walking Thoughts” column in 1961. At the time he was a staff member of the family newspaper, the Archbold Buckeye. The column was […]

Archbold Youth Soccer Club

Boys U-18 The Archbold boys U-18 soccer team notched three victories the week of Sept. 17 to improve its record to 7-1-1. The Streaks defeated the Eastwood junior varsity 2-1, Monday, Sept. 17. The Eagles grabbed the lead with a 15th-minute goal in the first half. Two minutes before halftime Eastwood was penalized for a high kick just beyond the […]

2007-10-03 E-Edition

Archbold EMS Log

Sept. 14 4:27 pm: Auto accident, St. Rt. 66 north of US20A, call cancelled. Sept. 15 5:11 pm: Co. Rd. 19 at Co. Rd. B, auto accident, transported one by helicopter ambulance; two transported to Fulton County Health Center. 9:29 pm: 100 Sylvanus St., ill, transported to FCHC. Sept. 17 6:18 am: 400 block High St., medical, transported to FCHC. […]

Nine Candidates File For Gillmor Seat In Primary

A total of nine candidates met the Sept. 28 filing deadline for the vacant seat of Paul Gillmor, fifth district United States congressional representative. Gillmor, a Republican from Old Fort, died Sept. 5. Six Republicans and three Democrats are on the Tuesday, Nov. 6 general election ballot that serves as the Congressional primary. The general election for the seat, with […]

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