2013-07-31

What’s For Dinner?



Phillip D. Short



Phillip D. Short, age 61, of Archbold, passed away unexpectedly in his home on Friday morning, July 26, 2013. Phillip was born on March 27, 1952, in Flannigan, Ill., the son of E. Dean and Phyllis (Fluckinger) Short. On June 30, 1973, he married Hazel “Cookie” Harriger, and she survives. He was a member of the Archbold Evangelical Church. Phil […]

We’ll Take It

Money For Co. Rd. 24

The Ohio Department of Transportation Review Advisory Council, TRAC, has approved $1.8 million to begin development of a project that could lead to relocating St. Rt. 66 to Co. Rd. 24. Several steps must be completed before workers start moving signs, but the first steps have been taken. The project is one of several being funded through the sale of […]

Zoning Board Denies Request For Garage



The Archbold Board of Zoning Appeals denied the request of Roxanne Burk, 201 Short-Buehrer Road, to construct a garage on her property at its Thursday, July 25 meeting. Burk wanted to build a 24- foot by 26-foot garage on her property, asking to locate the building with no setbacks on the side or rear property line at the southeast corner […]

Zebadia Michael Miller



Zebadia Michael Miller, infant son of Tina Lockwood and Christopher Miller, of Sherwood, passed away at birth early Sunday morning, July 28, 2013, at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center in Toledo. Surviving with his parents are two sisters, Courtney Leatherman and Arianna Love; maternal grandfather, Leonard Lockwood of Flint, Mich.; paternal grandparents, Terry & Judy Miller of Archbold; maternal great-grandmother, […]

Other Editors Say…

Unintended Consequence: Thanks To Healthcare Law, Many Employees Are Seeing Hours Cut

Even before it is fully implemented, the Affordable Care Act has exhibited several job-killing qualities, including adding cost and creating uncertainty for businesses. The most immediate and widespread harmful result, though, has hit many parttime workers across the country, from school employees to waiters, who have seen their hours cut to avoid hitting the law’s 30-hour definition for “full-time” work. […]

Short, Stine To Wed August 18



Brian and Teresa Short, Archbold, announce the engagement of their daughter, Kayla, to Bryan Stine, son of Steve and Nancy, Garrett, Ind. The bride-elect is a 2008 graduate of Archbold High School and a 2012 graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University. She is employed as a case coordinator with Grant Blackford Mental Health, Marion, Ind. Her fiance is a 2008 graduate […]

Glen G. Grieser



Glen G. Grieser, age 68 years, of Hamilton, Ind., and formerly of Archbold, passed away Tuesday afternoon, July 23, 2013, at Parkview Hospital in Fort Wayne, Ind. He was born May 14, 1945, at Wauseon, the son of the late Charles J. and Sophie (Rupp) Grieser, and married Karen Stuckey on July 25, 1970. A resident of the Archbold area […]

Golden Notes Of Archbold’s Memorable Past



Ten Years AgoWednesday, July 23, 2003 One man called the 24th annual Carp Festival “possibly our best ever.” It kicked off with bargain hunters, and ended with a bang! Jeff Fryman, a Rotarian, said that around 60 golfers took their best shot at a holein one contest. The contest raised about $235 for Rotary. “I was real pleased. We raised […]

Earn Degrees



Misti Holifield and Brittany Croninger, Archbold, and Marie Sorgenfrie, Fayette, were among 20 students who completed the Northwest State Community College practical nursing certificate program and were pinned recently during a special ceremony. Graduates are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Exam for Practical Nursing and upon successful completion, enter directly into the workforce. After obtaining work experience, they […]


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