The decision on whether or not trees near the Fulton County Airport are removed depends on bats. Joe Short, Fulton County commissioner, said last week that a study was done by R.D. Zande, a Toledo consulting firm. They conducted a study and searched the woods for the Indiana brown bat, an endangered species. The study determined the bats might be […]
Breon Price, 17, Archbold, told Archbold Police officers his car was vandalized in a report filed Sunday, Dec. 9. Price said the damage was done while the vehicle was parked at his residence. Police listed the value of the damage at $10.
Three Archbold Area residents received degrees during Bowling Green State University commencement ceremonies, held Friday and Saturday, Dec. 14-15. Lauren Hoffman, rural Archbold, received a Bachelor of Science degree in education. She was one of 19 summa cum laude graduates out of the approximately 800 students graduating with a bachelor’s degree. She maintained a grade point average between 3.9 and […]
The Fulton County Crime Stopper seeks help from the public to solve the theft of cash from Pettisville School. Thieves entered the Summit St. school through a south-side window during the Dec. 1 weekend. They took cash from a safe in the gym and entered classrooms. Authorities found a saw blade, wrench, vise grips, and pliers. Informants may call 1-800- […]
Fulton County United Way collected $326,000 in 2006. The amount was the goal of the current UW campaign. According to Gina Saaf, UW executive director, the total collection stands at $250,000, Monday morning, Dec. 17. All county industries, except one that participate in the UW campaign have turned in their collections. Many individuals have also made contributions. Saaf said the […]
Fulton Co. Health Center Dec. 5: Tasha Augustmiak, Delta, boy; Cyrena and Samuel Fields, Napoleon, boy. Dec. 7: Ashley Jaggers, Archbold, boy; Michelle and Joseph Gurzynski, Jr., Wauseon, girl; Kimberly Johnston, Liberty Center, girl. Dec. 9: Kimberly and Daniel Bingham, Holgate, girl.
With one trustee absent, Monday evening, the Archbold Community Library Trustees unanimously approved a three-percent wage increase for library employees. Excluded from the increase are new employees. The board considered one-, two-, or three-percent wage increases. Joyce Klingelsmith, library director, said the library received a check for $6,901.68 from the State of Ohio. The money is from the CAT (Commercial […]