2011-02-16

Village Council Protests Unemployment Glitch



Archbold Village Council has signed a letter to state officials complaining about a glitch in the state unemployment insurance program. Council signed the letter during its Monday, Feb. 7 meeting. Dennis Howell, Archbold village administrator, said the problem results when a person works part-time for the village, and then fulltime for another company. If the full-time employer lays the employee […]

Semi Bashes Bollard Feb. 8, Breaks Trailer



A Canadian semi was disabled after its encounter with Archbold’s lone remaining bell bollard on Tuesday, Feb. 8, an Archbold police report states. About 11:23 am, Yves Gibeault, of Greenville, Quebec, Canada, driving a semi owned by Transport Explorer, Inc., of Laual, Quebec, was traveling south on North Defi ance Street, and attempted to go west on Stryker Street. The […]

Wauseon Defends League Wrestling Title



Wauseon topped off the 2010-2011 wrestling season by defending its Northwest Ohio Athletic League title with an outright championship, Saturday, Feb. 12 in the league tournament at Archbold High School. The Indians went through the dual meet portion of the season with an 8-0 league record. Wauseon won the NWOAL tournament with a score of 241 points. The Indians had […]

Three Place Second In Annual Spelling Contest



Noah Grieser, Brendon Johns, and Isabelle Kreiger, Archbold, placed second in their grades in the annual Fulton County Spelling Contest, Tuesday, Feb. 8, at the Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center, Archbold. Grieser is in third grade; Johns, fourth; and Kreiger, sixth. Other Archbold, Pettisville, and Fayette placers: 3rd grade: Naomi Rodriquez, Archbold, fourth; Kelly Miller, Pettisville, fifth. 4th grade: Maddy […]

Police Investigate Pool Table Ripoff



Archbold police are investigating the theft of about $20 in quarters from a coinoperated pool table at Nu- Arch Lanes. The police report states the theft occurred sometime between 11:30 and 11:45 pm, Friday, Feb. 11. The coin machine and a plastic bin were recovered from the scene of the crime. An APD spokesman declined to give further details, noting […]

Blue Streaks Top Tinora



The Tinora Rams invaded Archbold, Tuesday, Feb 8, in hopes of extending their win streak over the Blue and Gold. But the Streaks had other thoughts. Jumping out to an early 9-0 lead, the Streaks upped their record to 16-1 and dropped the Rams to 11-5 with a 41-22 victory. It was the final home game for five Archbold seniors: […]

AHS JV Girls Beat Delta



The Archbold junior varsity girls basketball team played its last home game of the season, Thursday, Feb. 10, against Delta. The Streaks led 16-4 after the first quarter. Delta only had five players available for action and Archbold (12-7) took advantage, cruising to a 46-30 win. Kenzie Yoder led the way with 16 points and four rebounds. Kayla Leaser had […]

Bob E. Rose



Bob E. Rose, 60, died Saturday morning, Feb. 12, 2011, after a lengthy battle with Amyloidosis. He was at his home in Montpelier with his wife by his side. Bob was born on May 24, 1950, in Bryan, to Robert W. and Beatrice G. (Schnitkey) Rose. Bob graduated from Archbold High School in 1968 and attended the University of Toledo […]

NWOAL, BBC Scholar Athletes



At the conclusion of each sports season, principals of the Northwest Ohio Athletic League name scholar athletes from member schools. A student must be a senior, have a 3.5 grade point average, and lettered during the season. Archbold student athletes who were named scholar athletes: Kaihle Sauder, Emily Grisier, Haley Behnfeldt, cheerleaders; T.J. Weirauch, wrestling; Sarah Wyse, Alyssa Schaub, girls […]

Honor Students



Daniel Yoder, AHS ‘06, son of David and Mari, Archbold, was named to the dean’s list for the 2010 fall semester at the University of Dayton. Students must earn at least a 3.5 gpa to qualify. —— Three Archbold graduates were named to the dean’s list for the 2010 second semester at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. They are Laura Wyse, […]


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