Lange, Smith To Exchange Vows

Steve and Tina Lange, Archbold, announce the engagement of their daughter, Adrianne, to Trey Smith, son of Max and Amy Smith, Jr., Archbold. The bride-elect is an Archbold High School graduate. She earned an associate degree in radiologic technology from Mercy College, Toledo. She is a radiologic technologist at Defiance Clinic, Defiance, and the Henry County Hospital, Napoleon. Her fianc√© […]

Virginia M. Erbskorn

Virginia M. Erbskorn, age 85 years, of Archbold, passed away Thursday morning, Dec. 1, 2011, at Fairlawn Haven Nursing Home in Archbold. She was born Dec. 20, 1925, near Pettisville, the daughter of Raymond and Ella (Lantz) Sommers Sr., and married Willard (Johnny) Erbskorn on March 16, 1946. A lifelong resident of the Wauseon/Archbold area, she was a homemaker. She […]

Blue Streaks Beat Wauseon, LC

Archbold jumped out to a 16-4 lead after one period on its way to a 54-28 win over Wauseon in non-league girls basketball action, Tuesday, Nov. 29. The Streaks opened their Northwest Ohio Athletic League season with a 54-24 victory at Liberty Center, Friday, Dec. 2. AHS is 3-0, 1-0 NWOAL. AHS 54, Wauseon 28 “This was a nice team […]

Brittany Wyse Takes Ministry Term In England

Brittany Wyse, daughter of Michael and Julia, Archbold, has been assigned to England as part of the Mennonite Mission Network Radical Journey program. Through Radical Journey, persons age 18-30 join in Christian ministry for one-year terms in locations around the world. The program allows them to engage in an experience of cross-cultural learning, service, and formation as followers of Jesus […]

Propane Tanker In Sunday Wreck

A Kinsman Propane tank truck carrying hazardous materials was involved in a two-vehicle crash about 9:54 am, Sunday, Nov. 13, a Fulton County Sheriff Department report states. There was no release of hazardous materials, the report said. Rodney Kinsman, 45, Archbold, was driving the truck north on North Clyde’s Way, and was approaching the traffic signal at Co. Rd. D. […]

Birds Fall To Delta In Season Opener

Getting outscored 17-8 in the third quarter doomed Pettisville, Saturday, Dec. 3, at Delta, as the Panthers defeated the Birds 53-44 in boys basketball action in “The Jungle.” Pettisville led 6-5 in the first period, but two straight baskets by Justin Callahan gave the Panthers a 9-6 lead. Aaron King sank a basket at the buzzer for PHS to close […]

Hartz Performs In Christmas Concert

Bethany Hartz, a junior pharmacy major at the University of Findlay, performed in a symphonic band and wind ensemble concert, “T’was The Night Before Christmas,” Sunday, Dec. 4. Hartz, PHS ‘09, is the daughter of Carla and Phil, rural Wauseon. Hartz is active in Circle K and symphonic band at the university. —— The first woman to hold the office […]

Several Crash Reports Filed By Deputies

Several crash reports were filed with the Fulton County Sheriff Department recently: 6:37 pm, Wednesday, Nov. 23; Krista D. Whetro, 40, Bryan, was driving a pickup truck west on Co. Rd. B-C; swerved to miss deer crossing roadway, struck two mailboxes in the 24000 block. 10:01 pm, Monday, Nov. 14; Micah T. Schumacher, 16, rural Archbold, was driving a car […]

Three Streaks Receive All-Ohio Football Honors

Lincoln Parsley, a sophomore placekicker on the Archbold football team, was named Third Team-Offense All-Ohio in Division V by the Associated Press for the 2011 season. TJ Gerken and Chandler Tuckerman received special mention.

Honor Student

Dylan Weirauch, PHS ‘10, son of Doug and Jackie, was named to the dean’s list for the October 2011 session in the College of Applied Technologies at the University of Northwestern Ohio. Students must earn at least a 3.5 gpa to qualify.

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