Hanna Blankenship and Rachel Brader, 12, Archbold, were winners in recent cheer team competitions. They, and several other local girls, are members of the Class Act All-Stars Competitive Cheer Team. Team members competed Feb. 23 at Genoa High School’s “Cheer For A Cure,” event, and the following day at the Universal Cheerleading Association’s Motown Regional Championship in Birch Run, Mich. […]
Mindy Lersch, Archbold, earned 2007 fall semester dean’s list honors at Indiana Wesleyan. Lersch is a 2006 Archbold High School graduate, and the daughter of Dave and Kathy. To be named on this list, a student must obtain a 3.50 grade point average and carry at least 12 credit hours for the semester. —— Area full-time students earned dean’s list […]
Hornish Has Tough Day At Martinsville
Sam Hornish, Jr. finished 28th in the NASCAR stock car race Sunday, March 30. The race was run at the .526- mile Martinsville (Va.) Speedway. Hornish, an Archbold High School graduate and Indianapolis 500 winner, started the race in the 26th position. “I got a lot of experience today,” he said. “It was pretty tough, but I am proud of […]
Chicken Kebabs With A Spicy Mango Salsa For the chicken: 2 tablespoons Mild Curry Paste 1.3 cup fat-free, plain yogurt 4 skinless, boneless chicken breasts, large, diced 1 red pepper, deseeded and cut into chunks 1 lime, cut into segments 4 large rosemary stems (or regular skewers) For the spicy mango salsa: 1 small red onion, finely chopped 1 small […]
Pettisville Students Do Well In Science Event
Pettisville science students made a strong showing when fifteen Pettisville students advanced to the state competition during the District Science Fair, Saturday, March 30, at the University of Toledo. Students advanced by earning a Superior rating from the judges. Four Pettisville students earned a perfect score. In the high school division, Rebekah Meller, PHS junior, and Ashley Eicher, sophomore earned […]
Vehicle Thefts Occur On Union St. And Douglas Dr.
Two persons told Archbold police items were taken from their cars Thursday, March 27. The Archbold Police report states Michelle Rychener, 306 Union Street, told officers that when she went to her vehicle that morning about 7:35 am, she discovered her satellite radio had been pulled from the dash. The theft took place at 6:30 pm the previous day, or […]
Woman Escapes Fire By Jumping From Second Floor Of Burning House
Melissa Molina, 28, Wauseon, was discharged from the St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center Sunday, March 30, after she was injured jumping from the second floor window to escape a house fire. Marv Wheeler, Wauseon Fire Department Chief, said Molina, was 24 weeks pregnant when her home, at 611 Ottokee Street, caught fire Tuesday night, March 25. After jumping from the […]
Barn Fire Undetermined
Andy Brodbeck, Archbold Fire Department chief, said the cause of a Sunday morning, Feb. 17 barn fire will be listed as undetermined. Firefighters were called to a barn owned by Phillip Stuckey, on Co. Rd. 25-2 after midnight. Five departments assisted; two firefighters injured. The barn was a total loss, along with several farm implements.