Airport Tree Removal Depends On Bat Study

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 […]

Report Vandalism

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.

Earn Degrees

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 […]

Cave Dweller

2007-12-19 E-Edition

NHS Inductees

Crime Stopper

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- […]

United Way At $250,000

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.

Library Board Approves 3% Raise For Employees

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 […]

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