2011-11-30

Archbold Man Gets 11-Day Jail Sentence



Ralph J. Rupp, 30, Archbold, will spend 11 days at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio after being sentenced on a charge of attempted domestic violence. In a press release, Scott A. Haselman, Fulton County prosecuting attorney, said Rupp was sentenced Tuesday, Nov. 22, after he entered a guilty plea. Rupp was indicted by a Fulton County grand jury on […]

Archbold Wrestlers Return To Action



Expectations are high for the Archbold wrestling team, which returns 18 letterwinners from last year’s 36-6 squad. “We have guys on our team that expect to win because of the amount of work they have put in since the end of last season,” said Brian Becher, ninth-year head coach who has compiled a 297-73-1 record. “With that attitude, they will […]

Archbold 2011 Parade of Lights Video

Nov.25, 2011

Pettisville School Board Commits To Income Tax Hike



The Pettisville School Board has committed to placing an additional 1% income tax before voters; it’s just a question of when. In a special meeting, Monday, Nov. 28, the board passed a resolution of intent to seek an additional 1% income tax for operating expenses. The resolution specifi es the tax would be on a continuing basis rather than for […]

Local Man Indicted For Role In Arrest Of Michigan Fugitive



Travis G. Beiswenger, 20, 400 Stamm Street, Apartment No. 2, has been indicted on a single count of obstructing justice in connection with the Oct. 28 arrest of James P. Nation. The Fulton County Grand Jury handed down the indictment, Monday, Nov. 21. Nation, 19, no address available, was a suspect in an Adrian, Mich., home invasion robbery. Acting on […]

Blue Streak Girls Win Season Opener, 61-39



Archbold used a 23-7 third period to run away from Edgerton 61-39, Saturday, Nov. 26, at Edgerton, in the season opener for both teams. “This was a nice way to start the season,” said Brian Ziegler, AHS head coach. “We were able to get a lot of girls in and got some very nice balance in the scoring column.” All […]

Archbold Elevator Pig Operations Sold



The sale of the three remaining entities of Archbold Elevator has been approved. Gerald Kowalski, a Toledo attorney acting as receiver for the Elevator and its related businesses, said James Barber, Fulton County Common Pleas Court judge, signed an order authorizing the sale, Monday, Nov. 28. The three properties are the last of the “Archbold Entities” involved in the receivership […]

Parliamentary Procedure Competition



Man Sentenced



A man was Tuesday, Nov. 22, Fulton County Common Pleas Court: Andrew Hatzer, 31, Wauseon; previously pled guilty to one count, possession of heroin; on or about Sept. 9, 2010, law enforcement offi- cers found heroin while searching his residence; sentenced to three years community control, ordered to complete SEARCH program, pay cost of prosecution and attorney fees; possess no […]

AHS JV Girls Fall To Edgerton



The Archbold junior varsity girls basketball team opened its season, Saturday, Nov. 26, at Edgerton. The team had first-game jitters and got off to a slow start, trailing 10-4 after the first quarter. The Streaks came back in the second with eight points by Hannah Hesterman and took a 20-18 lead at halftime. Too many turnovers doomed the Streaks in […]


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