2012-02-01

Mayor Talks About Award, ALS-1




In his State of the Village message, Jim Wyse, Archbold mayor, said Archbold’s selection as a best hometown by a statewide publication has brought visitors to the community. Speaking to members of the Archbold Area Chamber of Commerce, Monday, Jan. 23, Wyse said the selection was also announced on a cable television news channel. As a result, Wyse said people […]

Martinez Indicted In Alleged Stabbing



The Fulton County Grand Jury has returned a fourcount indictment against Carlos F. Martinez, the Defi- ance man who allegedly attacked a man and a woman in the woman’s home on Wednesday, Jan. 18. The grand jury met Monday, Jan. 23, and returned indictments against 12 people, including Martinez and Shawn M. Maney, 24, Archbold. Maney was indicted on a […]

Organizations



Senior Center Fulton County Senior Center, Archbold site, Ruihley Park Scout Cabin, program highlights: Feb. 1, birthdays celebrated, blood pressure check; Feb. 6, “Depression in Seniors,” Maumee Valley Guidance Center; Feb. 8, “Guiding Hands Home Health Services,” Paul Pahl; Feb. 13, “Caring Environments,” Theresa Chang; Feb. 15, “Healthy Heart”; Feb. 20, closed; Feb. 22, Lenten service. Blood Drive Western Lake […]

COLLEGIATE CONNECTION



Hailey Galvan, AHS ‘10, scored 10 points, and grabbed five rebounds and five blocks when Owens Community College cruised to a 72- 56 victory over Cuyahoga, Wednesday, Jan. 18. The Express lost to second ranked Cincinnati State 92-84 in overtime, Saturday, Jan. 21. In only 23 minutes, Galvan finished with eight points, four rebounds, nine blocks, one assist, and one […]

“Murder Can Be Habit Forming” For ACT Cast



When Archbold Community Theatre raises the curtain on its production of “Murder can be Habit Forming,” several Archbold and Pettisville actors will take the stage. The show combines a murder mystery with a lighthearted comedy involving passengers on a bus becoming stranded in a blizzard, and taking shelter at a convent. One of the passengers is a serial killer, who […]

Three Sentenced



Sentences were handed down against three people in Fulton County Common Pleas Court on Tuesday, Jan. 24: •Joey Brown, 36, Delta; previously pled guilty to attempted theft, criminal trespass; on Aug. 12, 2011, attempted to steal copper and aluminum from property near Delta; sentenced to 90 days, Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio, all but 20 days suspended, credit for seven […]

Births



Fulton Co. Health Center Jan. 24: Georgia & Jacob Schnitkey, Wauseon, boy. Jan. 26: Vianca Medina- Roa, Napoleon, girl. —— A daughter, Lyza Christine, was born Jan. 21, 2012, at Sturgis Hospital, Sturgis, Mich., to Brian and Rachel Oswald, Sturgis, Mich. She weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces, and was 21” long. She has a 3 1/2-year-old brother, Carter, and 1 […]

Flipping For PHS



Archbold Police Log



Jan. 20 9:31 am: Report of semi blocking traffic, 1000 block S. Defiance St., gone when officer arrived. 1:15 pm: Disabled vehicle, out of gas, 700 block Lafayette St., stood by until help arrived. 2:30 pm: Bomb threat, Huntington Bank, downtown Archbold. 7 pm: Domestic dispute, 100 block Bankey Ave. 11:25 pm: Noise complaint, East Gardens, unfounded. Jan. 21 2:29 […]

Earn Degrees



Two Archbold residents graduated from The University of Toledo during 2011 fall commencement ceremonies: •Danielle Bly received a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing. •John Trowbridge received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in accounting.


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