2011-04-20

Archbold Elevator License Suspended

Examiners Find Liabilities Exceed Assets

Andy Ware, communications director for the Ohio Department of Agriculture, said Monday the grain-handling license of Archbold Elevator was suspended on Monday, April 11. Ware said a routine examination of the elevator records, conducted during the first full week of April, “determined (Archbold Elevator) had liabilities signifi- cantly higher than available assets.” It was discovered that the corn in storage […]

More Than 60 Volunteers Help With Quilt Show



More than 60 volunteers will pitch in to help Sauder Village with the 35th annual Quilt Show, which opens the village’s season. “It takes the help of a lot of really valuable volunteers to put together the fabulous quilt show for the past 35 years,” said Kim Krieger, Sauder Village spokesman. “They help with everything. They help with the set-up […]

Fulton County Court News



Common Pleas Court Capital One Bank, Columbus, plaintiff vs Robert Gregory, Swanton, defendant. Other civil. Metamora State Bank, Metamora, plaintiff vs Patricia Rahman, Berkey, defendant. Foreclosure. Cavalry SPV, Valhalla, N.Y., plaintiff vs Rosa Chapa, Wauseon, defendant. Other civil. Cavalry SPV, Valhalla, N.Y., plaintiff vs Robert Stasa, Delta, defendant. Other civil. State of Ohio, ex. rel., Michael DeWine, attorney general, Columbus, […]

PHS Girls Track Defeats Hilltop



The Pettisville girls track team won 15 of 17 events to defeat Hilltop, Thursday, April 14. The Blackbirds finished with 105 points, while the Cadets had 27. Hilltop won the boys meet with 94 points. Pettisville had 42. The Blackbird boys 4×200- meter relay team of Jeremy Mann, Taylor Short, Justin Pursel, and Caleb Liechty set a school record of […]

Easter Promise



Shuffleboard Winners



Crime Stopper



The theft of tools and supplies from the Pettisville School construction site is the topic of Fulton County Crime Stopper. The theft was reported on March 30. Taken were building materials, spools of copper wire, and copper and brass pipe fittings, plus tools. One contractor at the site lost about $17,000 in copper wire; a second lost $2,500 in tools […]

Pettisville Baseball Stands 1-1 In BBC



Pettisville opened Buckeye Border Conference baseball play last week, taking on Hilltop and Stryker. The Birds dropped the Cadets 10-7 but fell to Stryker 12-7 for a 1-1 BBC record. PHS also lost 15-5 to Archbold in a non-league contest. Overall the Birds are 2-6. PHS 10, Hilltop 7 Pettisville opened BBC play, Monday April 11 with a 10-7 win […]

Flashlight Egg Hunt Rescheduled For Thursday



Rain, high winds, and chilly temperatures postponed the Archbold Parks & Recreation Department Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday night, April 16. Jennifer Kidder, Parks & Recreation director, said the hunt has been rescheduled for 9:30 pm tomorrow night, Thursday, April 21. As of Monday afternoon, the National Weather Service forecast for Thursday night was for mostly cloudy skies with […]

Earn Scholarships



Rebekah Meller is the 2011 Pettisville FFA Alumni college scholarship recipient. The scholarship is given to a Pettisville FFA member to assist in the person’s continuing studies of agriculture. Meller, daughter of Gene and Donna, is a sophomore at Ohio State University majoring in animal science, and is a teaching assistant for the equine selection class. She plans to pursue […]


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