2012-04-04

Quilt To Be Raffled At Friendship Days



Handmade quilts are popular fund-raisers, particularly in Northwest Ohio, but auction prices for these artworks can easily climb into the thousands of dollars. To give more people a chance to take home a handmade quilt, the feature quilt for Pettisville Friendship Days will be raffled, instead of sold at auction. Glora Belle Yoder, who designed and pieced this year’s Friendship […]

Vehicle Vandalized



Maryann R. Bakle, 77, Defi ance, told Archbold police her vehicle was scratched on the driver side door, possibly with a key, sometime between 4:09 and 5 pm, Thursday, March 22. Bakle told police the damage possibly occurred while the vehicle was parked at The Barn restaurant. No damage estimate was available. Police are investigating.

Lowell Geringer Named Resident Of Month



Lowell Geringer is the April Resident of the Month at Fairlawn Haven, Archbold. He was born Aug. 23, 1919, to Lawrence and Laura Geringer. He graduated from Wauseon High School in 1937. Lowell wanted to go to college, but his parents wanted him to help on the farm. Therefore, he was a farmer for his entire life before coming to […]

A New Chair!



FFA News



Archbold FFA held its annual awards banquet on Tuesday, March 20, at Archbold High School. More than 170 members, parents, and guests attended. Every high school FFA member received at least one award. The 2012-2013 officer team was installed for the next school year: Kyle Wesche, president; Ella Weaver, vice president; Elizabeth Wiemken, secretary; Ben Eggers, treasurer; Meridith Short, reporter; […]

Trucks Collide On US20A



Two trucks owned by Samuel E. Borck, 52, Delta, were involved in a collision on US20A, about three-tenths of a mile east of Co. Rd. 18, about 3:36 pm, Tuesday, March 13. One truck, driven by John E. Crooks, 51, Metamora, was traveling east on the highway and slowed to turn. It was struck from behind by the second truck, […]

Krieger, Gericke, Baker Are Fairlawn Kids Of Month



Lily Krieger, Ian Gericke, and Austin Baker are the April Kids of the Month at Fairlawn Haven, Archbold. Lily, daughter of Doug and Shannon, is a fifth grader at Archbold Middle School. She enjoys social studies and reading, and her favorite sport is soccer. Lily has two sisters and one brother and one big puppy that is a Great Dane. […]

Teen Killed In Car-Pedestrian Mishap



      Joshua W. Stanford, 17, Archbold, died Wednesday night, April 4, after he was struck by a car at about 8:45 pm on Co. Rd. F, east of St. Rt. 66.       Information from the Ohio State Highway Patrol states Stanford was walking west on Co. Rd. F. A car, driven by Peter A. Dinius, 27, Archbold, was also traveling […]

NSCC Announces Tuition Increase



The Northwest State Community College Board of Trustees voted to increase tuition to $142 per credit hour at its Friday, March 30 meeting. The increase is 4.4% over the old tuition rate of $136 per credit hour. Mari Yoder, NSCC vice president for institutional advancement, said the increase will cost a full-time student less than $200 per year. She said […]

Fulton County Court News



Common Pleas Court Bank of New York, Plano, Texas, plaintiff vs Jason Wersing, Toledo, defendant. Foreclosure. Brandon Aldrich, Archbold, plaintiff vs TJ Tressler, West Unity, defendant. Other civil. Bank of New York, Orlando, Fla., plaintiff vs Scott Tanier, Wauseon, defendant. Foreclosure. Midland Funding, San Diego, Calif., plaintiff vs Marc Brubaker, Fayette, defendant. Other civil. Anthony Boellner, Delta, plaintiff vs Ohio […]


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