Archbold Police Log

April 12 12:22 am: Loud noises, East Gardens, advised subject to keep it down. April 13 No reports. April 14 2:17 pm: Theft, Archbold Furniture Company. April 15 7:26 am: Theft, Nolan Prkwy. 9:34 pm: Vandalism, 430 Park St. April 16 6:10 pm: Off-road utility vehicle on roadway, Pin Oak Pl. 6:47 pm: Found, automatic teller card in ATM machine, […]

FFA News

Lucas Nofziger, Pettisville FFA, was recently presented the school’s highest agricultural honor, the DeKalb Agricultural Accomplishment award. Nofziger, son of Greg and Jodi, received the award for excellence in academics, leadership and agricultural work experience. His experiences and accomplishments have included serving as student advisor of the FFA. His supervised agricultural experiences include four crop projects, two cattle projects, job […]


A photo of a Pettisville pole vaulter was incorrectly identifi ed in the April 15 Archbold Buckeye. The athlete should have been identified as Nate Betz. The Buckeye regrets the error.

Fulton County Court News

Common Pleas Court Haley Houck, Wauseon, and Josiah Houck, Wauseon, petitioners. Dissolution. Amber VanGunten, Toledo, plaintiff vs. Chad Nofzinger, Delta, defendant. Divorce. Amber VanGunten, Toledo, plaintiff vs. Chad Nofzinger, Delta. Domestic violence. Farmers & Merchants State Bank, Archbold, plaintiff vs. Brian Keefer, Fayette, defendant. Other civil. Green Tree Servicing, Carmel, Ind., plaintiff vs. Frank Kehle, Delta, defendant. Foreclosure. Pike Delta […]

Earn Degrees

Lindsey A. Beck, daughter of Neal and Julia, Archbold, will receive a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary with concentrations in sociology, social work and women’s studies from Goshen College, Sunday, April 26. She is a 2005 graduate of Archbold High School. —— Ryan Lauber, AHS ’05, earned an Associate of Science degree from the Ohio State University at its winter quarter […]

TV Recycling An Important Lesson For Earth Day

Laura Bowman was born long after Earth Day was created, but she is living up to the spirit of the event. Earth Day, which is celebrated today, Wednesday, was established in 1970 to call attention to damage to the earth caused by pollution. Bowman, an Archbold High School junior, learned about the dangers of disposing old electronic equipment, called “e-waste,” […]

Archbold EMS Log

April 4 9 am: 600 block Cardinal Drive, medical, transported to Archbold Hospital. April 8 12:02 pm: Co. Rds. G and 24, pediatric emergency, transported to Archbold Hospital. April 9 6:44 am: Fairlawn Haven, injury, transported to Fulton County Health Center. April 10 9:53 am: Fairlawn Apartments, illness, refused treatment. 11:14 pm: Fairlawn Haven, medical, transported to FCHC. April 12 […]

Earns Scholarship

Nathaniel Addington, Archbold, received the J. Ray and Christine W. Klingensmith, the Forest and Helen Pancost Hoot, and the Paul Steiner and Family endowed scholarships at Ashland University. The son of Dale and Nancy, he is majoring in religion.

Budget Warning

“I’m tired of reading about budget cuts,” someone opined at the Buckeye office recently. The latest news is that the Fulton County general fund budget has a defi- cit of $1.6 million. After years of fighting budget woes, and after many costsaving ideas, the commissioners are now faced with a serious budget crisis. It will take extreme measures to fill […]

Thieves Take $8,000 In Tools From Trailer

Thieves broke into two construction trailers at the Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center construction site and made off with $8,360 in tools. The Archbold police report states sometime between 4:30 pm, Tuesday, April 14 and 7:20 am, Wednesday, April 15, the locks on three construction tool trailers parked at the building site were broken. Two trailers were entered. Tools were […]