2011-01-12

Archbold Police Log



Jan. 2 2:22 pm: Juvenile walking next to road, 100 block S. Defiance St., took youth home, spoke to parent. Jan. 3 1:19 am: Loud music, 100 block Murbach St., advised to turn it down. 11:30 am: two abandoned bicycles, Archbold High School, placed in storage. Jan. 4 2:27 am: Citations to Arturo B. Urdiales, 46, Wauseon, for failure to […]

AHS Raises Record To 10-2 With Victory Over Locomotives



Archbold led by 13 points at halftime and stretched the gap to 20 after three before defeating Montpelier 69-34, Friday, Jan. 7, in girls basketball action. The victory raised Archbold’s record to 10-2, 3-1 in the Northwest Ohio Athletic League. Montpelier dropped to 1-8, 1-2 NWOAL. “This was a nice win tonight,” said Brian Ziegler, AHS head coach. “We used […]

Fulton County Court News



Common Pleas Court First Federal Bank, Defi- ance, plaintiff vs Todd Gype, Wauseon, defendant. Foreclosure. Citimortgage, O’Fallon, Mo., plaintiff vs Steven Geise, Swanton, defendant. Foreclosure. National Auto Finance, Roseville, Minn., plaintiff vs Deborah Allen, Archbold, defendant. Other civil. Retail Recovery Service, Columbus, plaintiff vs Alysia Dailey, Swanton, defendant. Other civil. First Federal Bank, Defi- ance, plaintiff vs Carol Goldsmith, Delta, […]

Streaks Win Two NWOAL Matches

Weirauch Records 150th Win

The Archbold wrestling team made the trek to Swanton, Thursday, Jan. 6, where the Streaks took on Bryan in the opening match and polished off the host Bulldogs in the nightcap. The Blue and Gold had little trouble in the doubleheader, dropping Bryan 50- 22 and Swanton 48-21 to up their Northwest Ohio Athletic League record to 3-1. The night […]

New Year’s Day Fire Does $85,000 Damage



Marv Wheeler, Wauseon Fire Department chief, said a New Year’s Day fire did about $85,000 in damage to a home at 9640 St. Rt. 108. WFD firefighters were called to the home about 10:01 pm that night. When they arrived they discovered the south end of the house was involved, with fire showing. Firefighters first attacked theblazewitha21/2-inch line to knock […]

AHS Boys Win Three, Stay Perfect At 11-0



The Archbold boys basketball team, ranked number one in Ohio’s Division III by the Associated Press, kept its perfect record intact last week. Going on the road, the Streaks picked up three road victories to up their record to 11-0, 3-0 in the Northwest Ohio Athletic League. AHS 65, Fairview 48 Archbold traveled to Fairview (4-5), Saturday, Jan. 8 to […]

Two Men Sentenced



Two men were sentenced in Fulton County Common Pleas Court on Tuesday, Jan. 4: Jacob Groves, 19, rural Wauseon; previously pled guilty to one count each, theft, forgery; between Aug. 28 and Sept. 9, 2010, stole checks from a family member, forging and cashing them for a total of $740; placed on two years community control, ordered to pay prosecution […]

Birds Beat Hilltop, Fall To Green Bears



Pettisville improved its Buckeye Border Conference record to 1-2 with a 60-38 boys basketball victory over Hilltop, Thursday, Jan. 6. The Birds lost a 49-34 nonleague contest at Ottawa Hills, Saturday, Jan. 8, to drop to 3-5 overall. PHS 60, Hilltop 38 The Birds won every quarter on their way to the 22- point margin of victory. Pettisville led 13-7 […]

Mayor Gives Positive News About 2010, 2011

Opportunity Ahead

While the local economy has taken a beating because of the worldwide economic downturn, there were some positive developments in 2010, and the potential for good news in 2011. Speaking to the first 2011 noon meeting luncheon of Archbold Area Chamber of Commerce, Monday, Jan. 10, Jim Wyse, Archbold mayor, gave his annual State of the Village address. Archbold’s two […]

Hulda M. Stipe



Hulda M. Stipe, 91 years, of West Unity, died Friday, Jan. 7, 2011, at Community Health Professionals Inpatient Hospice, Defi- ance. Hulda was born Feb. 20, 1919, in Cheraw, Colo., to the late Rev. John and Anna (Brubaker) Thut. She married William Ted Stipe on March 20, 1954 in West Unity, and he preceded her in death on Aug. 22, […]


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