2012-02-15

2012 Fairlawn Haven King And Queen



Police Target Delta, Wauseon During Prom, Graduation



Utilizing grant funding, police officers will conduct additional patrols in Delta and Wauseon during the prom and graduation seasons. Keith Torbet, Wauseon police chief, said Wauseon and Delta police are “committed to the safety of our roadways. This grant will allow for increased awareness as well as increased visual presence on the roadways in these communities. If only one life […]

2012 Pettisville Homecoming Court



Festival Singers



Bieber Challenges MacDonald For GOP Clerk Of Courts Slot



Two candidates are facing off to see who will become the Republican candidate for Fulton County Clerk of Courts. Challenger Abigail Bieber faces two-year incumbent Paul MacDonald in the March 6 primary election. The winner will be on the Nov. 6 general election ballot. No challenger filed petitions to run as a Democrat in the primary. Bieber or Mac- Donald […]

Vandalism To Vehicle Cases On Police Blotter



Reports of two tire slashings and damage to vehicle finishes were filed with Archbold police. Thomas R. Curry, 60, 207 South Defiance Street, told police at 11:03 am, Saturday, Feb. 4, that someone had punctured four tires on his car while it was parked behind his garage. Curry said the damage was done sometime between 8:30 pm, Friday, Feb. 3, […]

Three Streaks Capture League Gold

Cowell Sets State Record, Ripke Repeats


Archbold claimed three individual titles at the Northwest Ohio Athletic League wrestling championships, Saturday, Feb. 11, at Bryan. Jordan Cowell, a senior, won his third title. Austin Ripke, a senior, won his second. Travis Jaramillo, a sophomore, won his first. Cowell Wins 225th Match Cowell, the number one seed at 152 pounds, started the morning off in unfamiliar fashion as […]

Junior High Honors Choir



Earns Degree



Nathaniel McCoy, AHS ‘05, graduated with a degree in civil engineering from Trine University, Angola, Ind. in December 2011. He is the son of Steve and Brenda, Archbold.

Missionary’s Death Shouldn’t Stop Haitian Relief Efforts



The world is a little bit poorer after the death of David Bompart, a Christian missionary who died as a result of a gunshot wound he suffered in Haiti. Bompart, known as “Big Dave” to many friends, including volunteers from the Archbold Evangelical Church, dedicated his life to helping others in earthquake-ravaged Haiti. He has received much praise. Rebecca Smith […]


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