Parade Kicks Off Festival Of Lights Friday, Nov. 23

For the 14th year, the Christmas season will kick off with the annual Archbold Parade of Lights, followed immediately by the opening of the Festival of Lights. Julie Brink, director of the Archbold Area Chamber of Commerce, said the parade steps off from the ConAgra Foods parking lot on Stryker Street at 6:30 pm, Friday, Nov. 23, the day after […]

Archbold EMS Log

Oct. 19 9:11 pm: Archbold High School, injured person, transported to Fulton County Health Center. Oct. 20 7:45 pm: Sauder Heritage Inn, illness, refused treatment. Oct. 21 10:05 am: 400 block Clover Ln., medical, transported to FCHC. Oct. 22 3:23 am: East Gardens, illness, transported to FCHC. 1:10 pm: Westfield Medical Center, medical, transported to FCHC. 1:50 pm: 100 block […]

America Remains Standing

While voters in Fulton County honored their Republican roots and cast the majority of their ballots in favor of GOP presidential challenger Mitt Romney last week, it was Barack Obama, current US president, who prevailed. Obama’s victory has resulted in trepidation on the part of those who supported Romney. Many feel that returning Obama to office is, at best, a […]

Queen Elizabeth Corresponds With Local Red Hat Women

Proper etiquette requires that when someone takes the time to send a card conveying their best wishes on the occasion of a special event, a gracious thank you is in order. That rule applies to everyone, including the Queen of England. A group of area women have learned Queen Elizabeth II does not shirk her duties, as the Tri-County Red […]

Western Dist. Court News

(Note: In the list of speeding offenses, the first number is illegal speed; the second, legal speed. The first dollar amount is the fine; the second, costs.) Traffic And Criminal Salvador Martin Garcia III, Wauseon, failed to maintain assured clear distance ahead, St. Rt. 108, $75, $88, two-year driver license suspension. Delores Ann Hicks, Wauseon, no license, Ottokee St., Wauseon, […]

Golden Notes Of Archbold’s Memorable Past

Ten Years AgoWednesday, Nov. 13, 2002 Steve Switzer, Pettisville superintendent, said he will be pleased if the district can go two more years without asking voters for a new operating levy. He said making a fiveyear forecast is like trying to say how a team will play the final few minutes of a game based on the first few minutes […]

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