Great Pumpkins On Display

Pumpkins decorated by Pettisville students and Pettisville-area adults were on display at the Pettisville Pumpkin Festival, Friday, Oct. 7. A number of the pumpkins were auctioned off to festival-goers, raising money for the Pettisville FFA Alumni.

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Golden Notes Of Archbold’s Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2001 Steven Ringenberg, executive director-administrator of the Fairlawn Haven retirement community, is the 2001 Archbold Citizen of the Year. Pettisville School Board continues to explore options to relocate or replace the school buildings under the Ohio School Facilities Commission program. The largest white ash tree in the county is located in Wauseon on the […]

Pettisville Boys Win Second BBC Jamboree

The Pettisville boys cross country team won the second Buckeye Border Conference Jamboree of the season, Tuesday, Oct. 4, at Stryker. The Birds also won the first Jamboree, Tuesday, Sept. 20 at Edon. The PHS girls team finished fourth at Stryker. Boys Pettisville 45, Stryker 58, Fayette 61, Hilltop 93, Edon 125, North Central 161 Dominic Frey was the first […]

Criminal Investigations In Archbold Elevator Case?

Documents obtained through bankruptcy court allege that William Fricke, Co. Rd. DE, Pettisville, former owner of Archbold Elevator, is under investigation for possible criminal conduct. Richard L. Speer, judge of the United States Bankruptcy Court, Northern District of Ohio, Western Division, dismissed bankruptcy cases filed on behalf of Archbold Elevator and related businesses. In the order dismissing the cases, Speer […]


Fulton Co. Health Center Sept. 29: Sophia Blevings, Stryker, boy. Sept. 30: Katelynn Cowell, Lyons, girl; Megan & Cody Thompson, Morenci, Mich., girl. Oct. 3: Sarah & Steven Hastings, West Unity, girl; Brittany Theis, Fayette, girl.

Letter To The Editor

Do our children and grandchildren have a future as we know it? I ask myself several questions over and over. Current parents and grandparents, do we really care about future generations? Is their disposable income (after taxes) going to be enough to pay for a place to live, car payment, food, etc.? Do you feel they should be able to […]

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Ridgeville, Lyons Banks Robbed

A lone gunman robbed the Sherwood State Bank branch in Ridgeville Corners and the State Bank and Trust Company branch in Lyons, Friday, Oct. 14.  Stephen D. Anthony, special agent in charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Cleveland Division, said the first robbery occurred at about 11 am, when a lone white male, armed with a dark handgun, entered […]

AHS Juniors Selected As Alternates For All-State Choir

Brie Deskins and Caleb Wyse, Archbold High School juniors, have been selected as alternates for the Ohio Music Education Association All-State Choir. As alternates, the pair are essentially on-call from now through January 2012, to step in if a choir member can’t make rehearsals or performances. “In a way, being an alternate is actually more of a challenge,” said Kent […]

Archbold Police Log

Sept. 30 2:47 pm: Dogs loose, turned over Archbold Animal Hospital. 5:30 pm: Theft of football cleats, Archbold Middle School, found in neighboring locker following day. Oct. 1 8:21 am: Called to 100 block Monumental St., assisted Henry County, report of car involved in crash on St. Rt. 66, located vehicle. 1:15 pm: Breaking and entering, 507 Stryker St. 7:21 […]

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