Pettisville High School 2008 Award Winners

Accounting Accounting- Joshua Bruner Agricultural Science Ag Science I- Alan Donnett Ag Science II- Mackenzie Nofziger Ag Business I- Rebekah Meller Ag Business II- Sarah Allbee Art Show Awards Sketchbook Award- Allison Miller PHS Art Exhibit Awards: First place- Allison Miller; Second Place- Keely Geringer; Third Place- Ricky Shipman “Best of Fulton County” H.S. Art Exhibit, Honorable Mention- Ricky Shipman […]

Two Confirmed At St. Martin’s

St. Martin’s Lutheran Church, Archbold, confirmed two, Sunday, May 4. From left: Mitchell Campbell; Paul Reichert, pastor; and Jonathan Manahan.- courtesy photo

Wind Project, NSCC In Line For State Capital Bill Money

The wind power project, a joint venture between the Archbold and Pettisville school districts and Northwest State Community College, is in line for $250,000 in State of Ohio money. Additionally, Northwest State could receive money to construct a new Allied Health building on its campus. Bruce Goodwin, state representative, R-Defiance, said last week the wind power project was included in […]

Internet Scams: Too Good To Be True

Dennis Helmke, Archbold Police officer, said the old rule of thumb is still the best: if an offer is too good to be true, it probably is. The Internet has become a worldwide communication tool, for those with good intentions and bad. Who has not received an email offering huge rewards for little or no work? The Top 10 The […]

Honor Student

Jacquelyn R. Dunn, daughter of William and Mary, Archbold, has been named to the Ohio Northern University Dean’s List for the spring 2007-08 quarter. Dunn is a sophomore, majoring in nursing.

Everybody Loves A Parade

Alec Rychener drives his friend Wyatt Gisel in a decorated child-size utility vehicle in the Pettisville Memorial Day parade. The boys are both 3 years old and their fathers are both Pettisville alumni. – photo by D. J. Neuenschwander

Springer Estate Donates $30,000 For Pettisville Scholarship Fund

The late David E. Springer, former superintendent of the Pettisville Local School District, has donated money to create a scholarship program. Springer, who died Nov. 26, 2006 at age 89, donated $30,000 to the Pettisville and Evergreen School districts. The money is to be used to endow a scholarship for students entering education. Special consideration will be given to those […]

Western Dist. Court News

(Note: In the listing of speeding offenses, the first number is the illegal speed, the second, legal speed. The first dollar amount is the fine, second, costs.) Traffic Robert C. Lauber, Wauseon, speeding, 70-55, Co. Rd. B, $47 fine, $57 costs. Jordan A. O’Neil, rural Wauseon, speeding, 48-35, N. Ottokee St., Wauseon, $37, $57. Jay E. Fleischmann, Holland, speeding, 70-55, […]

Streaks Fall To Elmwood 5-2 In Div. III Regional Softball Semifinal

   Elmwood jumped out to a 3-0 first-inning lead and never gave it up as the Royals defeated Archbold 5-2 in a Division III regional softball semifinal at Ashland, Thursday, May 29.    Archbold scored in the second inning for a 3-1 deficit, and Dani Newman hit a home run in the fourth to seemingly close to within one run. […]

AHS Grads In Senegal, Nicaragua With SST

Arienne Johnson and Lindsey Beck, Archbold High School graduates, are studying in foreign countries as part of the Goshen (Ind.) College Study- Service Term program. Johnson, daughter of Michael and Barbara, is part of a group of 23 students who left for Senegal, in West Africa, April 29. She returns July 29. Johnson and the other students are living in […]