Local Man Earns Emmy Nomination

An Archbold man, has had his musical compositions played in foreign countries, and earned an Emmy nomination from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. And it all started with three chords on the guitar. Steve Zaborniak, who lives at 311 Ditto Street with his wife, the former April Stahl, and their three children, Alec, 12, Michaela, 10, and […]

Honeymoon In Colorado

Joy Andrews and Albert Bain exchanged wedding vows Saturday, July 14, 2007, at Cabrillo National Monument, San Diego, Calif. The bride is the daughter of Carl and Janice Andrews, South Bend Ind., and grand-daughter of Herman and Kathryn Kauffman, Archbold. The groom is the son of Alcie Wilbur, Los Angeles, Calif. Andre Gingerich-Stoner, of Kern Road Mennonite Church, South Bend, […]

Collegiate Connection

Collegiate Connection Kendra Stahl, a 2004 AHS graduate, scored 10 points in Huntington (Ind.) Univer-sity’s 67-62 women’s basket-ball loss to Aquinas College, the first loss of the season for the Foresters. HU dropped to 3-1. Aqui-nas raised its record to 3-0. —— Time does not relinquish its rights, either over human beings or over monuments.- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

2007-11-21 E-Edition

Archbold Schools Wind Team Still Studies Issue

The Archbold Area School District’s Wind Team is still at work and looking at more than just wind turbines, David Deskins, school district superintendent, said last week. The district is working on a three-part plan that will eventually lead to energy cost savings. The first is education and conservation. Deskins said the majority of energy savings come from the two […]

Three Join Ashland Sorority

Three Archbold High School graduates have joined the Delta Zeta sorority at Ashland University. Lindsy Brader, Archbold, daughter of Jonathan and Lorinda Brader, has joined the sorority. She is a fashion merchandising major. Brittni and Brandi Meyer, rural Archbold, daughters Michael and Joan Meyer, also joined. They are biology majors. All three graduated in 2005.

Archbold Girls Basketball Returns 9 Letterwinners

The Archbold girls basketball team welcomes back nine letterwinners for Kevin “Scoop” Miller, head coach, when the Streaks open the season, Saturday, Nov. 17 at Edgerton. Miller in his ninth year at the helm of the Blue and Gold. He has compiled a 160-56 record and looks to improve on his 11-11 record last season. The Streaks finished 4-4 in […]

Marguerite Marie Spengler

Marguerite Marie Spengler Marguerite Marie Spengler, 92, Ridgeville Corners, died Saturday evening, Nov. 17, 2007 at the Golden Living Center-Northcrest, Napoleon. She was born Jan. 19, 1915 in Ridgeville Twp., Henry County, Ohio to Albert and Bertha (Benecke) Funkhouser. On Feb. 12, 1955 she married Richard Franklin Spengler at St. Peter Lutheran Church, Ridgeville Corners, and he preceded her in […]

Yoder Serves In Communication Post At Goshen

Kelli Yoder, an Archbold native, is serving in a key student communication post at Goshen (Ind.) College for the 2007-2008 school year. Yoder, a senior English major and the daughter of Tim and Sarah Yoder, Archbold, is serving as the Record editor for the 2007-08 fall semester. A 2004 graduate of Archbold High School, she attends Zion Mennonite Church. The […]

PHS Girls Drop Season Opener To Indians 60-55

The Pettisville girls basketball team opened its season with a trip to Wauseon to take on the Indians, Friday, Nov. 16. The Blackbirds led 44-41 after three quarters, but were outscored 19-11 in the fourth and lost 60-55. “We had a lapse in the fourth quarter that we just didn’t recover from,” said Jason Waldvogel, PHS head coach. “We will […]