Jay Budde, vice president of the Northwest Ohio Rails to Trails Association, revealed two new developments connected to the Wabash Cannonball Trail to members of the Archbold Area Chamber of Commerce, Monday, Dec. 17. Budde said negotiations are underway to allow the trail to be used as a right-of-way for a fiber-optic cable, and to possible pave of a stretch […]
Oscar J. Gallardo, 40, Archbold, has been indicted on six counts of nonsupport of dependents by the Fulton County Grand Jury. A press release from Roger Nagel, Fulton County prosecuting attorney, states the grand jury handed down indictments against 12 persons on Monday, Dec. 17. The indictment against Gallardo states that allegedly, between Dec. 1, 2006, and Dec. 13, 2007, […]
The Archbold girls basketball team defeated Pettisville in an exciting 55-49 win, Saturday, Dec. 22, in The Bird Cage. The Streaks started the week at the Defiance Clinic Classic, Monday, Dec. 17 and Tuesday, Dec. 18. They beat Defiance 48-38 in the semifinal, but lost to Tinora in the championship game, 59-50. Archbold is 7-4 on the season. AHS 55, […]
Marilyn J. Bergstedt has been promoted to assistant vice president/office manager of the Farmers & Merchants State Bank Woodland Banking Center, Archbold. She has 13 years of experience at the bank and 30 years in the finance industry. A graduate of Napoleon High School and the University of Wisconsin Management School, she and her husband, Tom, reside in Napoleon.
Pettisville defeated the Blue Streaks 39-22, Thursday, Dec. 20. Archbold played a hard-fought first quarter, but Pettisville went on a scoring spree in the second and was up 22-9 at halftime. The third was won by the Streaks, and they tried to cut into Pettisville’s lead but couldn’t score a basket often enough to make a dent. Tori Williams led […]
The Archbold wrestling team traveled to Hopewell Loudon, Friday, Dec. 14, and Saturday, Dec. 15, for the Hopewell Loudon Duals, where the Streaks posted a 9-1 record. A trio of Archbold wrestlers were undefeated. Trevor Meyer, 140 pounds, Chad Rufenacht, 152 lbs., and Tyler Short, 160 lbs., posted perfect 10-0 records. Short also picked up his 100th career win. Taking […]
Fulton County officials are still working on preparing the general fund budget for 2008, and as of last week, the operative word was “tight.” Vond Hall, Fulton County administrator, said based on the best available figures, budget expenses exceed revenue by about $625,735, once enough money, $2.4 million, is set aside for the first three months of 2009. Fulton County […]