2013-08-21

Archbold Police Log



Aug. 9 2:39 pm: Dog runningloose, Middle St. at NorthSt., advised owner.4:15 pm: Drive-off, Archbold One Stop Center.6:15 pm: Loose dog, 300block E. Holland St., returned to owner, owner advised. 8:20 pm: Animal call, 200block North St., advisedowner.10:10 pm: Noise complaint, 300 block BuckeyeSt., noise coming from eventat Archbold K of C Hall. Aug. 10 7:50 am: Water mainbreak, Sauder […]

Theft Of Debit Card Reported



Michael E. Leahy, 35, a resident of Walt’s House, told police on Tuesday, Aug. 13, someone took his debit card from the mail and used it to make long-distance telephone calls. The card was taken sometime between Thursday, Aug. 8, and the day of the report. The total amount charged to the card was $309.51. Police are investigating.

Blue Streak Football Welcomes Back 16 Letterwinners



Bryan Miller, Archbold head football coach, welcomes back 16 letterwinners from a squad that finished 8- 3, 6-2 in the Northwest Ohio Athletic League last year. Miller has compiled a 32-11 record in five seasons at the helm of the Blue Streaks. “We return a third-year starting quarterback and center, which are obviously critical components of the offense,” said Miller. […]

Fulton County Court News



Common Pleas Court Megan Willeman, Napoleon, and Tyler Willeman, Wauseon, petitioners. Dissolution. Kelly Mack, Wauseon, and Ryan Mack, Evansport, petitioners. Dissolution. Karen Doughty, Delta, plaintiff vs Joshua Doughty, Swanton, defendant. Divorce. Discover Bank, New Albany, plaintiff vs Kathryn Witker, Swanton, defendant. Other civil. Kari Crosby, Swanton and Nathaniel Crosby, Swanton, petitioners. Dissolution. Todd Zappone, Swanton, plaintiff vs Fifth Third Bank, […]

Good News From FCHC



While Archbold and Fulton County residents may not think about it on a daily basis, the area is blessed with some of the best health care resources around. Our area has a wide selection of fine health care facilities in Wauseon, Bryan, Defiance, Napoleon, and Toledo. There’s an unlimited choice for residents of Northwest Ohio. It’s another good reason to […]

Four Return For PHS Volleyball



John Horning, Pettisville head volleyball coach, faces the 2013 season with four letterwinners from a squad that finished 17-7, 8-2 in the Buckeye Border Conference last year. “We have players in new positions this year, but we are a hardworking group,” said the mentor, who is entering his eighth year as head coach. Back are Emily Hubby, a senior; Dana […]

Elizabeth Ellen “Betty” Miller



Elizabeth Ellen “Betty” Miller, 96, of rural Ridgeville Corners, died Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2013, at Fulton Manor, Wauseon. She was born April 14, 1917, in Ridgeville Township to the late Joseph & Addie (Meyer) Miller. Betty was a graduate of Bowling Green State University and became an elementary teacher for Ridgeville Corners and Archbold schools. She thought of all her […]

School Bells Ring



For students in the Archbold and Pettisville school districts, the 2013- 14 school year started this morning, Wednesday. It’s the end of summer vacation, with youngsters saying good-bye to carefree vacation days with the family. It’s also the beginning, when children return to the classroom to meet old and new friends. There are new challenges to face, new goals to […]

Pettisville Cross Country Gears Up For Season



Tom Wagner has spent the last 32 seasons at the helm of the Pettisville cross country teams. He looks for his boys squad to not only defend, but win, another Buckeye Border Conference championship. “We should be in the hunt for another BBC crown. Stryker and Fayette will be tough to beat,” he said. Boys Nine boys return, including Dominic […]

Jon B. Baltosser



Jon B. Baltosser, age 77 years, of Archbold, went to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2013. Jon was born Jan. 1, 1936, in West Unity to Paul and Helen Baltosser. He was a 1954 graduate of Stryker High School. Shortly after graduating he served in the United States Navy. When returning home he worked […]


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