2013-09-18

Protecting And Honoring The Flag



The color guard at the Blue Streak football game, Friday, Sept. 13, included two recent AHS graduates. Hayden Stamm, AHS ‘12, recently graduated from basic training at Fort Benning, Ga.; he will be stationed in Alaska with 25th Infantry Division. Clay Giesige, AHS ‘11, also recently graduated from basic training and infantry training at Fort Benning, Ga.; he will be […]

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.) Donald L. Williams, rural Wauseon, failed to maintain assured clear distance ahead, N. Shoop Ave., Wauseon, $102, $88. Christopher Hogrefe, Wauseon, expired plates, W. Leggett St., Wauseon, $37, $88. Gerald L. Damon, rural […]

PHS Volleyball Falls To Delta, Beats Fayette



Pettisville dropped its second match of the season with a three-game non-league volleyball loss at Delta, Monday, Sept. 9. The Birds were back on the road to Fayette, Thursday, Sept. 12, and came home with a three-game Buckeye Border Conference victory. PHS is 5-2, 2-0 BBC. Delta Def. PHS 25-20, 25-22, 25-19 Serving: Stephanie Hubby, 9-10; Dana Fricke, 7-9, 2 […]

News from the Pew & Pulpit



Archbold Evangelical Sunday: Nick Hudson, worship leader; offertory, “I See The Lord,” Sara Kinsman, JoAnn Cousino and worship team band; Gretchen Lee, scripture focus. Message, “To Endure: Rev. 2:8- 11,” Roger Johnson. Lockport Mennonite Sunday: young adult praise band, prelude; Kimberly Wyse, special music; Linda Stuckey, worship leader; Todd and Stephanie Schmucker, Reader’s Theater. Message, “God is Like…” Steve Heatwole. […]

Carp Fest Fall Fest Featuring A Chili Cook-Off Set For Sept. 28



Two festivals wrapped together in one event will take place in Archbold, Saturday, Sept. 28. Archbold will hold its first ever Carp Fest Fall Fest featuring a Chili Cook-Off. Julie Brink, director of the Archbold Area Chamber of Commerce, said attendance at the 33-year-old July Carp Fest was dwindling, and it took a lot of work to put the event […]

AHS Girls Tennis Beats Fremont, Defiance



The Archbold girls tennis team defeated two opponents last week to raise its record to 3-6. The Streaks traveled to Fremont St. Joe, Monday, Sept. 9, and came home with a 3-2 victory. AHS was back on the road at Defi ance, Tuesday, Sept. 10, and came home with another 3- 2 win. A Sept. 12 match with Toledo Christian […]

Water Therapy?



Fairlawn Addition



PHS Golf Beats Hilltop



The Pettisville golf team beat Hilltop by one stroke in Buckeye Border Conference action, Tuesday, Sept. 10, at Stryker. The Birds won 191-192. Evan King was match medalist with a 44. Other Birds: Matt Krill 47, Greg Kempf 49, Reed Behnfeldt 51, Hannah Meller 60. Holgate 183, PHS 197 The Birds hosted Holgate, Monday, Sept. 9, at Wauseon. The Tigers […]

What’s Going On?




Inez King recently celebrated her 100th birthday. ––– Gene and Ruth Klopfenstein celebrated their 51st wedding anniversary on Sept. 15. ––– Those serving with missions and outreach ministries include: Molly Bruner, North Carolina; Hannah Holsopple, Northern Ireland; Sarah Schoenhals, Thailand; Kirsten Stopher, France; Neal and Janie Blough, France; Tony and Leila Frank, Mozambique; Larry and Linda Rupp, Africa; Keith and […]


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