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Grisiers Present Lighthouse Print To Hospice

Photo by Mary Huber Todd and Sabrina Grisier, Archbold, present a lighthouse print to Melanie Whitlock, hospice coordinator, Hospice-The Caring Way of Fulton and Williams Counties, at the Beacon of Hope benefit, Thursday, April 24. The lighthouse is a symbol of the hope offered by Hospice and the eternal light that burns within each human. The family of Chelsey Grisier […]

Archbold Police Log

April 13 5:32 pm: Loud music, Colony Meadows, advised to keep it down. 10:30 pm: Dog hit in road, owner picked up dog. April 14 10:20 pm: A car, driven by Sandy L. Dangler, 43, rural West Unity, with passengers Chris Bleikamp, 23 and Ashley Acevedo, 20, both of the same rural Alvordton address, was backing in the parking lot […]

Northwest State Tops In Recycling Contest

Northwest State Community College was first out of more than 400 colleges and universities in one category of Recyclmania, a nationwide competition. NSCC was tops in the “waste minimization” category, turning in the lowest amount of trash thrown away for every student, faculty member, and staff member in the preceding 10 weeks. The college was eighth in nation for the […]

Blue Streak Soccer Club

U11 Boys The U11 Boys Team had a successful weekend. They beat Black Swamp of East Toledo 6-3, Saturday, April 19. Goals scored: Oscar Calderon (2), Jackson Waidelich (2), Joshua Liechty, and Zach Meyer. Liechty had three assists. They tied Swanton 1-1, Sunday, April 20. Oscar Calderon was the lone scorer. Jason Lovejoy and Tom Ulrich, coaches.

Yoder Leaves Chamber Post For Northwest State College Vice President Position

Receives Annual Salary Of $70,500

Tom Stuckey, president of Northwest State Community College, said Monday that Mari Yoder, executive director of the Archbold Area Chamber of Commerce, has been selected for a vice presidency at NSCC. Speaking at a Monday, April 20, breakfast, Stuckey said Yoder will be vice president of institutional advancement. Stuckey said Northwest State serves counties with zero economic growth, and for […]

Archbold EMS Log

April 4 5:08 pm: Fairlawn Apartments, medical, transported to Fulton County Health Center. April 7 6:31 pm: Archbold High School, injury, transported to Archbold Hospital. April 9 1:24 pm: Auto accident, Archbold High School, refused treatment. 3:23 pm: Hospice and Visiting Nurses of Williams and Fulton Counties, medical emergency, transported to FCHC. April 10 1:11 am: Fox Chase, injury, did […]

Council Grants King’s Conditional Use Request

Archbold Village Council granted Jim King, of Royal Images, a conditional use permit allowing him to live at his photo studio at 911 East Lutz Road. Council took the action during its Monday night, April 21 meeting. The property is zoned commercial, so allowing the structure to be used as a residence is considered a “higher use” under the village […]

Pettisville Girls Win Tri-Meet, Boys Second

The Pettisville track teams hosted a tri-meet with Maumee Valley Country Day and Toledo Christian, Tuesday, April 15. The PHS girls won with a team score of 85 points. TC and MVCD followed with 70 and 17, respectively. The PHS boys placed second with 59. TC won with 85; MVCD was third with 25. Boys TC 85, Pettisville 59, MVCD […]

“Enchanted Moments” At The PHS Prom

"Enchanted Moments" At The PHS Prom       High school proms provide memories that last a lifetime. The 2008 Pettisville junior-senior prom, titled "Enchanted Moments," was no different. Top: Showing their best "we’re tough" poses are, from left: Ashley Eicher, Jordan Riegsecker, Alexa Short, Keely Geringer, Katie Weber, Karina Rohrer-Meck, and Lauren Roth. Eicher and Roth are PHS sophomores; […]

Archbold Fire Log

April 7 3:24 pm: Sauder Village, structure fire; cause: staff burning ditches, embers caught log building on fire. April 11 5:02 pm: Sauder Woodworking, blower motor. April 12 3:55 pm: 3386 Co. Rd. 18, assist Wauseon, structure fire, call cancelled. —— A bad book is as much a labor to write as a good one; it comes as sincerely from […]

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