Roths Celebrate 70th Anniversary

Carl Roth and Evelyn Clingaman were married June 1, 1941, at St. James Lutheran Church in Burlington. They have four children: Larry (Clarice), Brenda (Clyde) Kunkel, Karen (Walter) Slepchuk, and Tamara (Rick) Perdue; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Their family celebrated together with a weekend getaway. Paid Announcement

Archbold Police Log

May 23 12:02 pm: Tire slashing, 412 Walnut St. 1:47 pm: Theft, 905 N. Defi ance St. 5:10 pm: Traffic cone from maneuverability course blowing across road, 100 block Woodland Dr., placed in proper location. May 24 1:48 am: Noise, 200 block West St., host stated everyone getting ready to leave. 8:55 am: Tire slashing, 304 Walnut St. 8:57 am: […]

Archbold Elevator Claims Average $42,000 Each

The average claim against the Ohio Grain Indemnity Fund resulting from the Archbold Elevator crisis tops $40,000. Claims against the Grain Indemnity Fund range from a high of $520,762.13 to a low of $331.90. There are seven claims for $100,000 or more. Those claims total $1,674,178.56. Erica Pitchford, Ohio Department of Agriculture spokesman, said the average is computed based on […]

Area Sophomores Selected To Attend Leadership Seminar

Three area high school sophomores have been selected to attend the Ohio West Hugh O’Brian Youth (HOBY) Leadership Seminar. Jay Miller, Archbold High School; Timothy Iott and Katie Yoder, Pettisville, were selected to attend. They will join more than 200 young leaders from throughout northwestern Ohio. The seminar is June 9-12 in Ada. Students are chosen based upon demonstrated leadership […]

Archbold EMS Log

May 12 3:22 pm: Fairlawn Haven, medical emergency, transported to Fulton County Health Center. 9:07 pm: 24000 block St. Rt. 2, medical, transported to FCHC. May 13 11:01 pm: Fairlawn Apartments, medical, transported to FCHC. May 14 11:06 am: Medical, assist Fayette Rescue, cancelled. May 15 6:44 pm: Archbold Super- Valu, fall, transported to FCHC. May 16 7:38 am: Auto […]

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4-H News

The Countryside Clovers 4-H Club held its seventh meeting, Tuesday, May 24, at St. James Lutheran Church. Noah Schumacher won the t-shirt design contest. Anyone taking an animal to the fair must have it tagged on Saturday, June 4, at Spangler Arena at the Fulton County Fairgrounds. The next meeting is Tuesday, June 14, 7 p.m., at the Rufenacht home, […]

Archbold Fire Log

May 25 4 pm: On station for weather watch; possible funnel cloud, Co. Rd. 22 near Co. Rd. D, no funnel sighted.

Area Farmers Have Options As Rain Delays Planting

As unrelenting rain has made 2011 one of the wettest springs on record, farmers are being kept out of the fields, and planting of crops is significantly delayed. The delay has been historic in nature, said Greg LaBarge, Fulton County extension educator-agricultural and natural resources. “Actually, those of us in Northwest Ohio or the top tier counties are farther along […]

Earns Degree

Levi Stuckey, AHS ‘07, graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biblical literature from Taylor University, Upland, Ind., Saturday, May 21. He is the son of Brian and Lori Aeschliman and the late Andy Stuckey.