Auto Hits Fence In Pettiville

Walter Daman, 88, Lafayette, Calif., was driving a vehicle that struck a fence on the east side of the Das Essen Haus restaurant in Pettisville about 5:32 pm, Monday, July 5. His passengers were Ruth Anna Daman, 80, same California address, and Victor Damman, 91, rural Napoleon. No injuries. ––– Tara D. Wyse, 26, rural Archbold, was driving a sport […]

News from the Pew & Pulpit

Archbold Evangelical Sunday: prelude, piano offertory, Andy Wilhelm. Message, “What Steel Cannot Hold,” Trey Sonnenberg. Second service: praiselude by Todd and Ann Kiddinger and worship team band; offertory and sermon same as first service. Wednesday: Jr. High Alive, high school Aroma, Alive for Guys and Gals, adult Bible study, worship team practice. Lockport Mennonite Sunday: Bill Stuckey, prelude, offertory; Galen […]

South Street Reconstruction On Time, Budget

Bob Seaman, village engineer, said the South Street reconstruction is on time, and on budget. Crews are working on installing new waterlines; when completed, they will begin storm sewer work, including new lines and catch basins. The waterline is not failing, so they are only being replaced where necessary. Sanitary sewers are located in the alleys. There are a few […]

Light Poles A Safety Hazard, But Not Biggest Problem

The four light poles at the Archbold High School football stadium will be coming down soon, because they are a safety hazard. Apparently, a problem in the manufacturing of the 100-foot galvanized steel towers, that could each weigh as much as four tons, might topple. They could damage the stadium or the high school building. They could kill someone. School […]


Fulton Co. Health Center July 11: Jamie & David Hales-Clark, Liberty Center, boy; Melanie & Wendall Nofziger, Stryker, girl. July 12: Stacey Scott, Delta, boy. July 13: Helen & Jason Row, Archbold, girl; Melissa & Dexter Krueger, Archbold, boy; Joy & Steven Fruchey, Wauseon, boy; Katie & Robert Morrison, Napoleon, boy. July 15: Amber Makula, Lyons, boy.

Municipal Income Tax Receipts

Golden Notes Of Archbold’s Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago Wednesday, July 19, 2000 Pettisville School Board interviewed three persons for the position of varsity boys basketball coach. Greg Nofziger received the contract. In spite of rainy weather and humidity, festival guests flocked to the 21st annual Carp Festival over the weekend. The addition of fireworks was an exciting way to end the weekend. “I think they […]

Senior Citizens Menu

Week of July 26-30 MONDAY: spaghetti & meatballs, italian green beans, steamed cauliflower, pudding. TUESDAY: cold plate, turkey salad, lettuce & tomato, broccoli salad, mandarin oranges. WEDNESDAY: steamed franks, baked beans, spinach, brownies. THURSDAY: bbq chicken, hash brown casserole, brussels sprouts, fruit cobbler. FRIDAY: bean & bacon soup, cold cut sandwich, fruit compote, corn muffins. —— Junior ushers and junior […]

Kimberly Jo Hinkle

  Kimberly Jo Hinkle, age 46, of Wauseon, passed away Friday afternoon, July 23, 2010, in her home.  She had been a recruiter for online college for an affiliation of 14 colleges and universities. Kim was born in Wauseon on Jan. 23, 1964, the daughter of David J. and Eva  J. (Hill) Browning.  On June 19, 1982, she married Kevin […]

Letter To The Editor

State representative Lynn Wachtmann’s comments on last week’s front page about NSCC using union workers embarrassed me. He was anti-worker, yet Fulton County is filled with workers. He is anti-you and -me. Wachtmann had only negative comments about unions. But unions promote decent wages, are good for Ohio workers, and raise workers’ standard of living. NSCC Vice President Of Institutional […]

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