Will This Frog Turn Into A Prince?

Dog Attacks Second Dog

Carol DeVries, Archbold, told Archbold Police her dog was attacked by another on Monday, April 28. DeVries told officers she was walking her dog in the 200 block of South Defiance Street, when a dog ran off a porch and attacked her dog. The incident took place about 7:35 pm, she said.

More Photos From The 2008 AHS Prom, “Hollywood Romance”

More Photos From The 2008 AHS Prom, "Hollywood Romance" Autumn Lantz, an AHS sophomore, and Grace Yoder, a junior, get down on the dance floor.- all photos by Mary Huber Colton Martinez, an AHS senior, and cousin Sara Stuckey, a junior, share a dance. Steven Kinsman, Amanda Graber, Kayla Short, and Jacob Fidler, from left, dance the night away. Kinsman […]

PHS Girls Win Quad Meet; Boys Third

The Pettisville track teams hosted a quad meet with Hilltop, Stryker, and Lenawee Christian on Tuesday, April 29. The PHS girls placed first with 118 points. Lenawee Christian was second with 52. Stryker had 39 and Hilltop, 34. The PHS boys placed third with 57.5 points. Hilltop won with 100.5 points. Lenawee Christian had 63 and Stryker, 26. PHS traveled […]

What’s Going On?

Roger Zimmerman, Cleveland Heights, an AHS grad and son of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Zimmerman, deceased, was in town over the weekend and attended Sunday morning service at St. Martin’s Lutheran Church. Roger and his wife, Mary, like to come home and enjoy the family homestead on North Defiance Street, attend church, and be among lifelong friends and relatives. Roger […]

Strong Sales Tax Not Sign Of Turnaround

Despite the fact Fulton County sales tax revenue for 2008 is running ahead of the same time in 2007, Vond Hall, Fulton County Administrator isn’t ready to celebrate yet. Sales tax revenue was up just over 1% in March, and 19% in April. Revenue in the first four months of 2008 approached 1.4 million; in the same four months of […]

Archbold Falls In Div. III Sectional Baseball Tournament

Montpelier 4, Archbold 1

   Montpelier scored four runs in the sixth inning to break a scoreless game and held Archbold to one run in the seventh for a 4-1 Div. III sectional semifinal baseball victory, Saturday, May 10 at Archbold.    The Locos play second-seeded Tinora in a sectional final, Wednesday, May 14, 6:30 p.m., at AHS.    Delta, a 2-1 victory over […]

Jr. High Sports Digest

Track Girls Saturday, May 3: Toledo Christian 130, Montpelier 77, Pettisville 72, Evergreen 40, Stryker 35, Hilltop 34, Swanton 22, North Central 21, St. Pat’s no score Discus: 2. Kayla York (P), 54 feet, 11 inches. Long jump: 1. Ashlynn Waidelich (P), 12-11; 5. Kelsey Waidelich (P), 11-8 1/4. High jump: 4. York (P), 4-4. 100-meter hurdles: 1. A. Waidelich […]

Conductive Education At Sara’s Garden

Since the summer of 2006, Sara’s Garden has welcomed special educators from Hungary, called conductors, to lead its Conductive Education program. Anna Baranyi, who came to the U.S. in November 2007, is the third and current conductor at the facility. Conductive Education Sara’s Garden is a non-profit center, originally opened in 2005 to administer hyperbaric oxygen therapy, which has proven […]

Triangular Processing A Winner For All

Triangular Processing takes the old phrase, “a win-win” situation, and multiplies it by many times. The biggest winners are persons with disabilities, such as mental retardation, because Triangular Processing can provide them with training to take other jobs in the community, or it can be a place where they can do important, fulfilling work they can take pride in. Kathy […]