2010-04-28

Boys Tennis Wins Two Over St. Joe, Bluffton



The Archbold boys tennis team won two of three matches last week to raise its record to 4-7. The Streaks traveled to Fremont St. Joe, Tuesday, April 20, and blanked the Crimson Streaks 5-0. Archbold hosted Ottawa Hills, Thursday, April 22. The Green Bears picked up a 4-1 victory. Bluffton visited Archbold, Friday, April 23. The Streaks squeak out a […]

Public Meetings



Trustees Ridgeville Township Trustees, Monday, May 3, 8 p.m., Ridgeville Fire Station, downtown Ridgeville Corners. Village Council Archbold Village Council, Monday, May 3, 7 p.m., council chambers, Archbold Municipal Building, 300 N. Defiance St.

Polling Places, Times Stay The Same For Tuesday Election



When area voters go to the polls to cast ballots in the Tuesday, May 4 primary election, they will find no changes in their polling places. Voters in Archbold precincts one, two, and three, plus those in German Township, will again cast their ballots at the Archbold Knights of Columbus Rebeau Hall, located on West Lutz Road. Voters in the […]

JR. HIGH SPORTS DIGEST



Pettisville Track Girls Monday, April 19: Pettisville 95, St. Paul 40, Stryker 11 Shot put: 2. Brooke Waidelich, 28 feet, 9 inches. Discus: 1. B. Waidelich, 76-11. Long jump: 3. Grace Friend, 12-2; 4. Sarah Christiansen, 12-2. High jump: 1. Audra Klopfenstein, 4-6. Pole vault: 1. Jordyn Pursel, 7-6; 2. Dana Fricke, 6-6; 3. Erin Betz, 6-0. 100-meter hurdles: 1. […]

Train Derails In Williams County



Workers were still cleaning up a train derailment Friday afternoon that occurred Monday morning, April 19, in Williams County. Tim Jonovich, director of the Williams County Emergency Management Agency, said the biggest challenge presented by the derailment was seven damaged tank cars that were leaking ethanol into a ditch along the tracks. The leaking tankers forced the evacuation of 25 […]

Local Issues, Electrical Aggregation On May 4 Village, County Ballots



Electrical aggregation, the process by which communities can become negotiating agents for individual Toledo Edison electricity customers, will be on the May 4 Primary election ballot in Fulton County. During the Archbold Area Chamber of Commerce noon luncheon on Monday, April 12, chamber members heard a presentation about aggregation from Dennis Howell, Archbold village administrator, with comments by Gary Keys, […]

PHS Girls, AHS Boys Win Tri-Meet



Pettisville was the girls champion and Archbold, the boys, in a track tri-meet with Delta, Tuesday, April 20. Pettisville won the girls meet with 87.5 points, far outpacing second-place Archbold, which had 47.5. Delta had 43. The AHS boys easily won with 105 points. Delta scored 50 and Pettisville, 18. Girls All of the events were won by Pettisville or […]

Fulton County Court News



Common Pleas Court GEMB Lending, Costa Mesa, Calif., plaintiff vs. Timothy Bandy, Swanton, defendant. Other civil. Retail Recovery Service, Columbus, plaintiff vs. Ryan Terwilliger, Swanton, defendant. Other civil. Northern Ohio Investment, Sylvania, plaintiff vs. Johnnie Szczepanski, Wauseon, defendant. Foreclosure. GMAC Mortgage, Ft. Washington, Pa., plaintiff vs. Bonnie Budy, Swanton, defendant. Foreclosure. Deutsche Bank National Trust, Jacksonville, Fla., plaintiff vs. Joseph […]

Two Statewide Issues On Primary Ballot



Voters across the state will be asked to cast ballots on two statewide election issues during the Tuesday, May 4, primary election. State Issue 1 asks voters to allow the State of Ohio to issue an additional $700 million in bonds. Money from those bonds will be used for Ohio’s Third Frontier program. Information from the Ohio Secretary of State […]

PHS Girls On Six Game Win Streak



The Pettisville softball team won four games last week and upped its win streak to six over the past two weeks. The Birds hosted Edon, Monday, April 19, in a Buckeye Border Conference contest. PHS scored the winning run in the bottom of the sixth inning for a 4-3 victory. On the road at Continental, Tuesday, April 20, Pettisville found […]


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