2011-02-09

Streaks Beat Stryker, Raise Record To 14-4



Leading 26-14 at halftime, Archbold defeated Stryker 56-44, Saturday, Feb. 5, in a non-league game at Stryker. “Today we got a nice team win against a quality team in Stryker,” said Brian Ziegler, AHS head coach. “I liked our pressure, both in the full court and in the half court. We had Alicia Drewes and Chelsea Goebel in double figures, […]

Radiothon 2011 Goal: $27,800



The Fulton County Heart Radiothon has budgeted $7,000 for “Mini-Annies,” the inflatable cardiopulmonary resuscitation mannequins that can teach CPR at home. The $7,000 amount is roughly a quarter of the fund-raiser’s 2011 goal of $27,800. The Radiothon is broadcast on WMTR, 96.1-FM, beginning at 6 am, Thursday, Feb. 10. Archbold, Evergreen, and Wauseon students have already used the blow-up mannequins […]

Archbold School Levy Largest On May Ballot



The renewal of the Archbold Area School District’s $1.1-million emergency operating levy is the largest on the May 3 primary election ballot in Fulton County. But the Wauseon Exempted Village School District is asking voters to approve two emergency levies. If both pass, the district will receive $1,316,089 from 8.43 mills. The Archbold Area School District levy, if approved by […]

Keeping Warm



NWOAL Wrestling Tournament Sat.



Wauseon is heavily favored to defend its title in the 48th annual Northwest Ohio Athletic League Wrestling Tournament, Saturday, Feb. 12, 10 a.m., at Archbold High School. Third- and fifth-place matches are 5 pm, followed by the championship finals. The Indians are ranked fifth in the latest Division II state poll. They ended a 26- year drought last year when […]

2011-02-09 E-Edition

Ridgeville Twp. Asks For Levy Renewal



Ridgeville Township Trustees in Henry County are asking their voters to approve a renewal of a two-mill levy for resurfacing and repairing streets, roads and bridges in the May 3 primary election. Originally passed at two mills, the millage has been reduced to a current effective rate of about 1.8 mills. The owner of a $100,000 home will pay about […]

Bollard Catches Another Truck



Archbold’s lone remaining bell bollard struck again, capturing a semi that smashed the lighted bollard on Tuesday, Feb. 1. The Archbold police report states Peter C. Woods, 28, Phoenix, Ariz., was driving the semi owned by Swift Leasing Company, Gary, Ind., with passenger Tamisha Dawn Quinn, 21, same address, south on North Defi ance Street and attempted to turn right […]

AHS JV Girls Fall To Stryker



The Archbold junior varsity girls basketball team traveled to Stryker, Saturday, Feb 5, for an afternoon game. The Streaks took a 19- 11 lead into halftime. The Streaks struggling to score in the second half and they only had five points. Stryker mounted a comeback and tied the score at 24 at the end of regulation. The lead went back […]

South Street Price Okayed By Council



The reconstruction of South Street last construction season ended up costing the village $961,506.25. That’s $23,566.50 more than the original winning bid submitted by Heer Excavating, rural Archbold. Archbold Village Council approved the final change order for the project at its Monday night, Feb. 7 meeting. South Street was rebuilt from South Defiance Street to Lincoln Street, along with one-block […]


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