Virginia Buehrer and the late Randy Buehrer, Archbold, announce the engagement of their daughter, Kelly, Toledo, to Dennis Landwehr, Toledo, son of Elmer and Jane Landwehr, Kalida. The bride-elect is an Archbold High School graduate. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from the University of Toledo. She is a senior accountant at Weber O’Brien Ltd. Her […]
In spite of the lifting of a statewide freeze on tuition increases, officials at Northwest State Community College said last month they will not raise tuition rates. Tuition had been frozen by the State of Ohio. The freeze has been lifted, allowing state colleges and universities to increase tuition up to 3.5%. The NSCC board of trustees approved a 3.7% […]
The Countryside Clovers held a meeting, Tuesday, July 28, at Jackie Ballmer’s home. The group worked on the float for the Fayette Bullthistle parade, which won first place, Saturday, Aug. 1. The float’s theme was “Think Green, Think Bullthistle,” and focused on recycling. Fair tickets were distributed and the club broke into groups to complete interviews and demonstrations. The next […]
The Pettisville School Board has taken another step toward the construction of a new school building. The board held a special meeting at 7 am, Friday, July 31, to meet deadlines for approving design plans for the new school facility. The board also approved the first bid package for site work. Board members approved the program of requirements document prepared […]
Anna-Marie Pratt, PHS ’07, received the Clair Jones Memorial Scholarship from the Fulton County 4-H program. The daughter of Jim and Carolyn, rural Wauseon, she was a 10-year member of the Pettisville Ever-Ready 4-H Club. She has been a camp volunteer, teen board member, and 4-H program volunteer. A 2009 graduate of Northwest State Community College, she will attend Bowling […]
Some of the 200 participants in the Cancer Assistance of Williams County annual Bike to the Bridge event line up on the Lockport Bridge, northeast of Stryker, Saturday, Aug. 1. The organization assists cancer patients during their diagnosis and treatment. Cyclists traveled either a long route to Harrison Lake State Park, or a short route through Goll Woods.- courtesy photo
Brian Freytag, son of Ken and Sandy, Ridgeville Corners, graduated from the Ohio State University on June 14, 2009. He majored in agribusiness and applied economics and received a minor in crop science. He is employed by the university as a systems developer/ engineer-communications and technology.
It’s every parent’s worst nightmare. The phone rings late at night, and a voice reports your child has been in an auto accident. Guy and April Jennings, Archbold, and Brian and Chris King, rural Archbold, lived that nightmare the evening of Tuesday, July 14. The Jennings’ daughter, Tyler, 15, and the Kings’ son, Christopher, 17, were the most seriously injured […]