2008-01-30

Those Without Medical Insurance Can Turn To County Free Clinic For Help



Who can the Free Medical Clinic of Fulton County help? The person in his 50s, who lost his job and health insurance. The young person, who needs a physical to start work but can’t afford it. The person who works for a company that does not provide health coverage, or only works part-time. Cindy Rose, director of nursing for the […]

Western District Court News



(Note: In the listing of speeding offenses, the first number is the illegal speed, the second is the legal speed. The first dollar amount is the fine, second, costs.) Traffic Ryan Price, Findlay, speeding, 49-35, Main St., Fayette, $37 fine, $54 costs. Texanna L. Leedy, rural Wauseon, clear distance ahead, US20A, $102, $54. Fawn L. Hartman, rural Wauseon, traffic signal, […]

JR. HIGH SPORTS DIGEST

Archbold 7th Grade Girls Basketball

Archbold defeated Fayette 26-19, Tuesday, Jan. 15. At the end of the first quarter the score was tied at 8. Archbold outscored the Eagles 18-11 over the next three quarters to seal the victory. Scoring: Taylor Coressel, 6 points, 2 assists, 1 steal; Darian Oberlin, 6 points, 2 assists; McKenzie Yoder, 6 points, 11 rebounds, 3 assists; Tatum Smith, 4 […]

NSCC Group Eyes Energy, Other Issues



The word, “sustainability,” is a noun, meaning the property of being sustained. John Krochmalny, an instructor at Northwest State Community College, said it can be boiled down to, “living within your means.” He is a member of a NSCC campus committee called Education for Sustainability; the group looks at sustainability issues for the campus and the five county area. They […]

Parents Announce March 22 Wedding



Steve and Chris Rupp, Archbold, announce the engagement of their daugher Janessa Rupp to Luke Stuckey, son of Dan and Julie Stuckey, Archbold. The bride-elect is a 2004 graduate of Lenawee Christian School, Lenawee, Mich., and a graduate of Douglas J Aveda Institute, E. Lansing, Mich. She is employed as a stylist at Southern Breeze Salon, Wauseon. Her fiancé is […]

Free Throw Champions



Want To Vote March 4? Registration Deadline Near



Those who are not registered to vote, and wish to vote in the March 4 primary election, have until Monday, Feb. 4 to do so. Brett Kolb, director of the Fulton County Board of Elections, said the board’s office in Wauseon will stay open until 8 pm to register those who wish to vote. Others places where people can register […]

Friends In Florida To Meet Feb. 25



The annual friends of Archbold Florida breakfast is at the Christian Retreat in Bradenton, Fla. on Monday, Feb. 25 at 9 a.m. The annual event was started by Tom and Betty Scott, deceased, Archbold, and is well attended by many Archbold residents.

Cheer Teams Compete



The Class Act All-Stars competitive cheer teams competed Sunday, Jan. 20, in Millbury at the Kid’s World New Year’s Classic Cheer Elite competition. Five of its teams, two individuals, and its duet team placed first in their divisions. Teams, their places, and Archbold members: Youth Level 1 Cheer Team, second place: Molly Conway, Sydney Rupp, Allie McQuade, Hanna Blankenship, Hannah […]

College Seniors Ready To Face “The Real World”



There’s no denying it. Walking the graduation aisle with degree in hand feels great. It’s the next step that’s uncertain. Is it more advantageous to continue formal education, or enter the “real world?” To move away, or stay close? Even with the unknowns, Kendra Nafziger, a 2004 Pettisville High School graduate and senior at the University of Cincinnati, said, “I’m […]