There are 45 entries in this year’s Parade of Lights as of Monday, Nov. 19, but Mari Yoder, Archbold Area Chamber of Commerce executive director, said she’s sure the number will hit 50. “I always get five or 10 entries the last week. Always,” she said. “We have our people who are in the parade year in and year out. […]
An automatic teller machine card was found at the Farmers & Merchants State Bank, South Defiance Street branch, an Archbold Police Department report states. The card was turned over to the police department about 6:30 am, Friday, Nov. 16.
Ten Years Ago Wednesday, Nov. 19, 1997 With completion of the official vote count in the county, there were no changes in the results in the race for the Board of Education for Archbold Area Schools. Robert Aschliman was the lead vote getter with 1,216, followed by Tim Yoder with 1,064, and Cheryl Storrer, 1,013. Aschliman and Yoder are incumbents, […]
Each year, kindergarteners, teachers, and parents work to put on a feast for the youngsters. It demonstrates how the pilgrims and the native Americans came together in the first Thanksgiving feast in the early 1600s. This year’s feast was held Friday, Nov. 16. There were costumes made of construction paper, a few feathers and paper bags, and a turkey dinner […]
Common Pleas Court Tammac Holdings Corp., Wilkes-Barre, Pa., plaintiff vs. Yolanda Craig, Wauseon, defendant. Other civil. All Ohio Ready-Mix, Inc., Thornville, plaintiff vs. Koker Drilling Co., Vandalia, defendant. Other civil. Deutsche Bank National Trust, Raleigh, N.C., plaintiff vs. Leonel Ayala, Wauseon, defendant. Foreclosure. Bank of America, Cincinnati, plaintiff vs. Cathy Henrie, Pettisville, defendant. Other civil. National City Mortgage, Miamisburg, plaintiff […]
Last week, this newspaper told the story of Brad Rupp . Two years ago, he was on the verge of death. Medical personnel who treated him have said he was blessed with a miracle, and he made an amazing recovery. Today, he and his family are thankful for his recovery, and have made a few changes in their lives. For […]
Susan Tave Zelman, superintendent of public instruction for Ohio, outlined a plan to assist the 19,000 persons who drop out of Ohio’s K-12 education system each year. She suggested the program could be field-tested at Northwest State Community College. Speaking at the NSCC State of the College program, Wednesday, Nov. 14, Zelman said she wants to design a system “where […]
Trustees German Township Trustees, Tuesday, Nov. 27, 7 a.m., township building, northwest corner of St. Rts. 2 and 66, north of Archbold. Quadco Quadco Administrative Board and Non-Profit Board, Tuesday, Nov. 27, 12 noon, Quadco Rehabilitation Center, Stryker. SWCD Fulton Soil Water Conservation District Board of Supervisors, Wednesday, Nov. 28, 8 p.m., conference room, SWCD office, Robert Fulton Agriculture Center, […]