2010-04-14

Big Shot



JR. HIGH SPORTS DIGEST



Pettisville and Archbold Track Girls Monday, April 5: Archbold 74, Pettisville 64.5, Patrick Henry 16.5 Shot put: 1. Cassidy Wyse (A), 35 feet, nine inches; 3. Brooke Waidelich (P), 26-0. Discus: 1. Jessica Walker (A), 71-9 1/2; 2. Wyse (A), 69-6; 4. B. Waidelich (P) 54-3 1/2. Long jump: 1. Peyton Driver (A), 12-8 1/2; 3. Sarah Christiansen (P), 11-8; […]

Airport Trees: Outrage And Frustration



Is the Federal Environmental Protection Agency putting the preservation of bat habitat before the safety of people? Everyone is familiar with the story: a stand of trees near the Fulton County Airport endangers aircraft trying to land. The Federal Aviation Administration wants Fulton County to cut down the trees. The EPA has blocked the project repeatedly. This is the absolute […]

Permit Delays Stop Airport Tree Removal



A grove of trees that presents a hazard to pilots landing at the Fulton County Airport will stand for at least one more summer. For nearly four years, Fulton County Commissioners have been caught in a paperwork tussle between the Federal Aviation Administration and the Federal Environmental Protection Agency. The FAA wants the trees down to improve safety for pilots […]

News from the Pew & Pulpit



Archbold Evangelical Sunday: Prelude, offertory, call to worship medley by adult choir. Message, “Press On,” Jesse Kahler. Second service: praiselude, offertory, praise and worship, Seth Bible and worship team band; message same as first service. Wednesday: meal, 6 p.m., Connection Club for pre-Kgrade 6, Jr. High Alive, high school small groups, Men Alive, adult Bible study, worship team practice, choir […]

Golden Notes Of Archbold’s Memorable Past



Ten Years Ago Wednesday, April 12, 2000 Plans are being drawn for improvements to the St. Rt. 66-US 20A intersection, which include traffic signals; but right now, no money is available for construction. Dean Beck, chief executive officer of the Fulton County Health Center, said he hopes the new $9.9-million addition to the hospital building won’t mean increases in the […]

Couple Plans June Wedding



Neil and Kathy Nofziger, Archbold, announce the engagement of their daughter, Karla, to Jaron Bernath, Catasauqua, Pa., son of Jan and Linda, Wauseon. The bride-elect is an Archbold High School graduate. She will earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in food and nutrition from Bluffton University in May 2010. She will be a dietetic intern at Immaculata University, Immaculata, Pa., […]

Births



Fulton Co. Health Center April 1: Melissa and Casey Vogelsong, McClure, girl. April 3: Deidra and Christopher Suydam, Fayette, girl; Nicole Hawkins and Jason McJilion, Delta, girl. April 4: Catlin and Brian Creps, Swanton, girl. April 5: Natalie Hoff, Wauseon, girl. April 8: Angel Murray, Delta, boy. A son, Jayden Joseph, was born Feb. 19, 2010, at Presbyterian Hospital, Huntersville, […]

Old Practice Becomes New Program



The creation of a chaplain program for the Archbold police and fire departments is a good idea that has its roots in an old practice. The new program will utilize men and women from the Archbold Ministerial Association to be on hand to provide comfort and compassion to individuals and families in a crisis. For their service, they will be […]

Honor Student



Tyson Fruth, AHS ‘07, son of Marc and Karen, Archbold, was named to the 2010 winter quarter dean’s list at Otterbein College. Students must earn at least a 3.6 gpa to qualify.


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