Miller Revived Seven Times

Local Rescue Workers Save Life Of Archbold Woman

Call it divine intervention, fate, karma, or just a happy combination of circumstances. Deb Miller, 46, of Archbold, is alive today when by all rights, she could very well be dead. After a blood clot in her leg broke loose and went to her heart, her mother, Diane, said Deb died seven times: five in the hands of ALS-1 and […]


Fulton Co. Health Center Feb. 10: Manda Jo & Randy Plum, Waldron, Mich., boy. A son, Calvin Gregory, was born Feb. 4, 2011, at Toledo Hospital, Toledo, to Benjamin and Kristen Martin, Perrysburg. He weighed 6 pounds, 15 ounces, and was 20 1/2 inches long. Grandparents are Rick and Suzette Hamlin, Ridgeville Corners, and Jill Martin, Sidney. Great-grandparents are Robert […]

Thief Hits Local Store

A subject stole about $30 in cash from the Archbold Dollar General store about 5:45 pm, Sunday, Feb. 6, an Archbold police report states. A male subject entered the store with a number of items to return for cash. A representative of the store reported the thief allegedly slipped other items from the store shelves into the items he wished […]

Retooling Collective-Bargaining Changes Should Restore Efficiency And Flexibility

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The fight brewing in the Ohio legislature over Senate Bill 5 could be monumental, but it is necessary. Ohio laws governing collective bargaining for public employees and teachers union contracts deprive public employers– that is, taxpayers– of essential management rights. At the core, they hamper public employers’ ability to decide how much tax money to spend on personnel, which makes […]

Daughter’s CPR Saves Mother’s Life

Brenda Moore, 50, is alive today, partly because her adult daughter gave her lifesaving cardiopulmonary resuscitation. At a Wednesday, Feb. 9, press conference, Jenni Nijakowski said Brenda, her mother, was working on the family computer and talking with Jenni’s daughter, 10- year-old Sophia, around 10 pm, Saturday, Nov. 27. Suddenly Brenda passed out, fell off her chair and hit her […]


Agriculture Education Pettisville Agriculture Education Adult Ed Advisory Committee, Monday, Feb. 21, 7:30 p.m., Pettisville High School ag room. Grief The Healing Path, a sixweek grief support group, Mondays through March 28, 4:30 p.m., Bard Community Room, Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers-Bryan, 433 W. High St., Bryan. Blood Drive Western Lake Erie Region of the American Red Cross blood draw: […]


Owens Community College won its seventh straight game, Saturday, Feb. 12. The Express, ranked 19th in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II poll, defeated 12th- ranked Cincinnati State 96-92 in overtime. OCC (23-4, 8-1 OCCAC) moved into a first-place tie with Cincinnati State (17- 8, 8-1 OCCAC) in the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference standings with the victory. […]

Golden Notes Of Archbold’s Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2001 County voters will be faced with a renewal of a .25 mill, five-year property tax levy for Emergency Medical Services in the spring primary election. Jack Graf, county commissioner, said no decision has been made on a proposed .5% increase in the county sales tax to fund full-time paramedic service. The sun shined, […]

All-Day Kindergarten At Pettisville?

School Board To Decide At Friday Special Meeting

The Pettisville School Board plans to decide if the district will offer all-day kindergarten next fall at a special meeting Friday, Feb. 18, 7 am, in the office of Steve Switzer, superintendent. During its Monday, Feb. 14, meeting, the board reviewed results of a survey that showed parents had mixed feelings regarding full-day or half-day kindergarten. Survey results showed a […]


We again have felt the love you have shown us through Marlin’s illness and death. We are humbled by all your gifts of food, flowers, cards of sympathy and memorials. Most of all for the prayers and words of encouragement as you’ve walked by our side these last few years. It’s such a comfort to be part of this caring […]