2013-04-17

Pettisville Schools Owe Zero To Toledo Edison



The Pettisville Local School District electric bill for March was zero; in fact, the school district had a $1,091.98 credit with Toledo Edison. That’s the result of the district’s new wind turbine, which became operational in February. During the Monday, April 8 Pettisville school board meeting, board members were told the turbine produced more than 123,700 kilowatt hours (kWh) of […]

Western Dist. Court News



(Note: In the list of traffic offenses, the first number is illegal speed; the second, legal speed. The first dollar amount is the fine; the second, costs.) Kendric D. Thomas, Napoleon, DUI, Co. Rd. C, 20 days jail, $525, $538, one year driver license suspension, one year probation, vehicle immobilized for 30 days; failure to control, $50, $64. David G. […]

AHS Boys Win Eisenhart Invitational, Blue Streak Track Girls Finish Second



The Archbold boys track team entered the 4×400-meter relay, the final running event of the eight-team Bob Eisenhart Invitational, trailing Tinora by five points, 110-105. The quartet of Zach Belknap, Devin Shannon, Alex Weaver, and Quinton Ranzau won the race by more than half a second to earn 10 points. The Rams were disqualified for a lane violation, giving them […]

FFA News



The Archbold FFA Chapter held its annual banquet Tuesday, March 19, to review, acknowledge and award the accomplishments of members. A hog was also donated and cooked by alumni members to contribute to the free meal provided to all of the guests. The banquet was attended of approximately 210 members and guests. Taylor Dickman, Lauren Stuckey and Meridith Short received […]

Archbold Man Found Guilty In Jury Trial



Johnathon Gaines, 29, Archbold, was found guilty of receiving stolen property by a jury in Fulton County Common Pleas Court, Wednesday, April 10. Scott A. Haselman, Fulton County prosecuting attorney, said in a press release the jury deliberated about 30 minutes before returning the guilty verdict. Paul H. Kennedy, assistant prosecuting attorney, presented the state’s case, which lasted two days. […]

Archbold Baseball Raises Record To 8-0



The Archbold baseball team picked up a trio of wins last week to stay undefeated at 8-0, 2-0 in the Northwest Ohio Athletic League. The Blue and Gold, ranked ninth in the Division III Prep Baseball Report, beat Delta 9-3, squeaked by Napoleon 5-4, and shut out Liberty Center 10-0. AHS 9, Delta 3 The Streaks hosted Delta (4-7, 0-2 […]

4-H News



The Countryside Clovers met on Tuesday, April 9. After the pledge of allegiance and 4-H pledge, officers were elected: Matt Kinsman, president; Peyton Dickman, vice president; D.J. Schraeder, secretary; Samantha Dickman, reporter. The club split into groups and did some demonstrations. Total attendance was 44 members. – Samantha Dickman, reporter

Two Injured In Crash



Two people were injured in a two-vehicle accident on St. Rt. 2 west of Co. Rd. 19 about 3:28 pm, Wednesday, April 10. The Ohio State Highway Patrol report states Courtney Beltz, 16, Wauseon, was driving a car west on St. Rt. 2, and attempted to turn left into a private drive west of the Co. Rd. 19 intersection. Her […]

AHS Boys Win Tri-Meet, Girls Second



The Archbold boys team won a tri-meet with Evergreen and Liberty Center at AHS, Tuesday, April 9. The AHS boys won with 70.5 points. The Tigers were second with 61.5, while Evergreen finished with 39. LC won the girls meet with 90.5 points. Archbold was second with 49, and Evergreen finished third with 35.5. Only scoring finishes are listed. Boys […]

Earns Scholarship



Cassie Norris, PHS ‘07 and a graduate equestrian studies/ business management major at the University of Findlay, has been awarded The UF Ralph L. Kuss Scholarship, Buckeye Western Horse Association Scholarship and Thomas B. Donnell Business Leadership Award for the 2012-13 academic year. She is the daughter of Anna and Scott, rural Archbold.


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