2011-06-22 E-Edition

World Trade Center Beam Arrives In Wauseon

Passing through a salutatory arch of crossed fire towers, a piece of the World Trade Center arrived in Wauseon, Friday evening, June 17. The one-and-a-half ton, 20-foot steel beam, draped with the American flag, entered Biddle Park under an arch formed by extended ladders of aerial trucks from the Archbold and Morenci (Mich.) fire departments. The procession escorting the beam […]

Archbold Police Log

June 10 1:51 pm: Lost cell phone, Woodland Park. 3:51 pm: Domestic dispute, 200 block E. Mechanic St. June 11 2 pm: A pickup truck, driven by Phillip M. Lange, 56, Archbold, was parking at Circle K. A minivan, driven by Charles E. Keatley, 57, rural Fayette, was backing. They collided. No injuries. 9:03 pm: Found bicycle, 300 block W. […]

Five Generations Gather

Park Board Turns Away Requests For Help With Fees

Fund- Raising Appeal Planned

The Archbold Park Board is being forced to turn away requests for scholarships to help families with park program expenses. Jennifer Kidder, Archbold Parks & Recreation director, told Park Board at its Saturday, June 18 meeting, that the scholarship fund is running low, and she has had to turn requests away. “For the most part, people have been understanding,” she […]

Hill Murder Case Goes To Ohio Supreme Court

Gregory VanGuten, attorney for Walter E. Zimbeck, 43, Strawberry Plains, Tenn., has filed an appeal with the Ohio Supreme Court involving the case of Lori Ann Hill. Hill was a 14-year-old Swanton girl who disappeared the night of Oct. 25, 1985. Her body was found four days later. After a grand jury refused to return an indictment in 1988, the […]


Fulton Co. Health Center June 9: Nicole Garcia, Wauseon, girl. June 10: Megan & Jason Martz, Archbold, boy. June 14: Brienne & Douglas Martin, Napoleon, girl. A son, Trey Timothy, was born May 27, 2011, at Fulton County Health Center, Wauseon, to Lincoln and Jen Nafziger, Archbold. He weighed 8 pounds, 9 ounces, and was 21 inches long. He has […]

Black Swamp Benefit Proceeds Down About 6%

Verle Short, treasurer of the Black Swamp Benefit, said preliminary numbers indicate the benefit raised approximately 6% less than last year. But Lisa Short, congregational representative and publicity director, said it is not just about raising funds. It’s also about raising awareness of the two organizations that benefit. Sharing in the benefit is Mennonite Central Committee, a national and international […]

Man Bitten By Dog In Archbold

Tadd Hansen, Napoleon, told Archbold police he was bitten by a small brown dog in the Village of Archbold sometime between 11:30 and 11:45 am, Monday, June 13. Archbold police were first notified of the incident by offi cials at the Henry County Hospital emergency room about 5:51 pm that day. Police were told Hansen was bitten on the left […]

Senior Citizens Menu

Week of June 27-July 1 MONDAY: chicken alfredo pasta, sicilian blend vegetables, baked apples, garlic bread. TUESDAY: beef chop suey, white rice, steamed broccoli, cake. WEDNESDAY: cream of broccoli soup, roast beef sandwich, pea salad, dark sweet cherries. THURSDAY: roast pork, parsley potatoes, mixed vegetables, pie. FRIDAY: salmon patties, augratin potatoes, creamed peas, blushing pears.

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