2012-03-28

Pettisville School Board Accepts Resignations



The Pettisville School Board accepted two resignations at its Monday, March 26 meeting. Dawn Walsh, a third grade teacher, submitted her resignation and plans to retire. She was a teacher for 12 years at Pettisville. The board also accepted the resignation of Char Lee, who teaches high school accounting and some computer classes. She also served as a monitor for […]

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Hacker Heaven: Millions Of People Opt For Easy But Insecure Internet Passwords

If you’re among the millions of people using “password” as your password for some site or another, you’re among the lamest Internet users on the planet. The same goes for “passw0rd,” by the way. A company that develops software applications, including one to help manage passwords, recently published a list of the 25 most common– and, therefore, least secure– passwords […]

Man Charged With Domestic Violence



Raymount J. Moore, 22, Colony Meadows, is charged with a count of felony domestic violence as the result of an incident that occurred Monday, March 19. The incident came to the attention of police about 6:07 pm that day, when an officer patrolling in the trailer court was flagged down and was told Moore and Margarita E. Rodriguez, 22, were […]

2012-03-28 E-Edition

Potential Voter Fraud Case Under Investigation



A case of possible voter fraud has been referred to the Ohio Attorney General office. In a press release issued Friday, March 23, John Husted, Ohio Secretary of State, said a Fulton County man may have been registered, and voted, in Ohio since 2006 and North Carolina since 2002. That man may have voted in both states in the 2008 […]

Streak Tracksters Participate In Early Bird Invite



Several Archbold track athletes won events at the Napoleon Early Bird Invitational, Saturday, March 24. In the girls events, Meridith Short, Rachel Brader, and Kinsey Smith were winners. Danny Young was a double winner in the boys events. Levi Wyse, Adrian Ramirez, the 4×200- and 4×800- meter relay teams, and Dean Herrett were winners. Other participating schools included Evergreen, Patrick […]

Florida Breakfast Attracts Area Residents



Archbold and former Archbold residents in the Bradenton, Fla., area who attended the Feb. 27 Archbold breakfast at Christian Retreat were Ed and Annabelle Carlin, Roger and Ruthann Rupp, Dave and Shirley Lersch, Barb Rupp, Phyllis M. Short, Martha Wyse, Mary Ellen Meier, Don and Maureen Roth, Charles Lugbill, Joe Miller, Roger and Karen Grieser, Curt and Leta Beck, John […]

Archbold Police Log



March 16 11:33 am: unlock vehicle, Archbold Sunoco. 1:21 pm: 911 hang-up, Complete Wireless. 1:27 pm: Injured cat under vehicle, 100 block Dogwood Ct., gone when officers arrived. 3:56 pm: A minivan, driven by Roxanne E. Newman, 46, Archbold, was traveling south on N. Defiance St. A car, driven by an unknown driver, struck the rear of the minivan about […]

Ten Return For AHS Tennis



The Archbold boys tennis team, under James Kidder, fifth-year head coach, has 10 returning letterwinners and looks to improve on last year’s 8-6 record. The Streaks were 1-1 in league play. “Northwest Ohio has some top tennis players,” said Kidder. “It would be great to have some Archbold players make it out of districts this year. “This group has the […]

News from the Pew & Pulpit



Archbold Evangelical Sunday: Dan Borton, music leader; Wayne Gropp, worship leader; Kendall Lovejoy, scripture reading and prayer. Message, “Hate the sin; Love the sinner.” Lance Wyse. Youth worship team and band, praiselude and offertory, “For All You’ve Done,” scripture and message same as first service. Wednesday: Alive for Guys and Gals, worship team practice, Connection Club for pre-K thru grade […]


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