2013-11-20

County Commissioners Name Two To Posts



Fulton County Commissioners announced they have appointed two women to posts within government, in a press release issued last week. Sheri Rychener was selected in September as the director of the Fulton County Senior Center. Toni Schindler was appointed director of marketing and communications. Rychener Rychener joined the Senior Center in February 2013 as assistant director. She was named director […]

Thieves Steal From Autos



Sometime during the morning hours of Saturday, Nov. 9, thieves went through two parked vehicles on Brussel St., taking items valued at $560. Cagney K. Downey, 26, Archbold, told Archbold police that sometime between midnight and 9 am, a thief or thieves went through vehicles owned by herself and Martin Kohv, 601 Brussel Street, while the vehicles were parked at […]

Napoleon Firm Wins Waterline Bid



Archbold Village Council selected Vernon Nagel, Inc., Napoleon to install a new waterline north of Miller Avenue at its Monday, Nov. 18 meeting. The firm submitted a bid of $97,978 to install a new 12-inch PVC waterline from South Defiance Street east to the end of Miller Avenue. The bid was $7,978, or about 8.9%, more than the $90,000 estimate […]

Sauder Village Board Adds Aschliman, Sauder, Owens



A version of this article was posted to ArchboldBuckeye.com at 3:01 pm, Wednesday, Nov. 13. Sauder Village officials announced Wednesday, Nov. 13, that Joan Aschliman, Dan Sauder, and Mitchell Owens have been added to its board of trustees. Aschliman Aschliman, Archbold, is a registered nurse, having worked in clinical and teaching positions for more than 30 years. In addition to […]

Fire Damages Fayette Home



A version of this article was posted to ArchboldBuckeye.com at 3:40 pm, Wednesday, Nov. 13 Fayette firefighters battled a house fire in that village Monday afternoon, Nov. 11. Curt Fether, assistant FFD chief, said firefighters were called to the home at 701 North Gorham Street about 3:15 pm. Robert Stillion, fire chief, said the fire was confined to an upstairs […]

Archbold Schools Make About 1 Million Fewer Photocopies



Christine Ziegler, fiscal officer for the Archbold Area School District, said the school district staff has reduced the number of copies they make by approximately one million. Speaking to the school board at its Monday, Nov. 18 meeting, Ziegler said district officials studied copier use during the 2013 fiscal year (July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013) and found that, […]

Archbold Police Log



Nov. 8 11:26 am: Keith A. Rupp, 51, 8 Willow Way, found a dead cat on top of a newspaper. Not known who owns the cat or where it came from. Nov. 9 4:30 pm: Theft from vehicles, 405 E. Lutz Rd. Nov. 10 2:46 am: Noise complaint, 700 block E. Lutz Rd., unfounded. 10:35 am: Delivered emergency message for […]

Woman In Auto Mishap



Mallory N. Blosser, 22, Montpelier, was involved in a mishap when a vehicle she was driving struck a raccoon. The Fulton County Sheriff Department report states Blosser was driving west on US 20A at about 10:03 pm, Friday, Nov. 8, when the car she was driving struck the animal at a point about onetenth of a mile west of Co. […]

ACT Prepares “Kids Say The Darndest Things”



Cast members of the Archbold Community Theatre production of “Kids Say The Darndest Things” are, front row, from left: Mark Bockelman, Napoleon; Tom Polston, Wauseon; David Stuckey, Archbold, playing the central character, Art Linkletter; Desiree Snyder and Jill Bates, Fayette. Back row: Donna Kinsman, Archbold; Eddie Bialorucki and Lindsay Bialorucki, Ridgeville Corners; Randi Ross, Napoleon; Crissi Stuckey, Archbold; Fairy Riter, […]

Donna Jean Burkholder Bliss



Donna Jean Burkholder Bliss, age 81, of Archbold, passed away on Sunday, Nov. 17, 2013, at the Lutheran Nursing and Rehab Center after living with cancer for the past 2 1/2 years. Born Nov. 16, 1932, at home in Ridgeville, she was the youngest child of Maurice and Alma (Bachman) Burkholder. She grew up attending Ridgeville School, and following a […]


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