2014-08-20

Archbold Police Log



Aug. 8 11:13 am: Citation to Mark Matthews, 59, Wauseon, speeding, N. Clyde’s Way. 11:23 am: Issued two bicycle safety awards, 400 block Vine St. 1:10 pm: Issued bicycle safety award, 100 block W. Lutz Rd. 3:28 pm: Telephone complaint, reported at police station. 6:13 pm: Issued three bicycle safety awards, 400 block Park St. 7:32 pm: Suspicious persons, subject […]

Arrest Two On Warrants



Archbold police recently arrested two men on warrants from Western District Court. In the first report, officers noted that at about 1:45 pm, Sunday, Aug. 10, they received information stating that Rogelio Zamora, also known as Roger Zamora, 32, was staying at a residence in Colony Meadows. The officer confirmed that there was a warrant for Zamora’s arrest for failure […]

Seven Return For Archbold Volleyball



The Archbold volleyball squad, under Kylie Rufenacht, fifth-year head coach, looks to improve on last year’s 14-12 mark, 4-4 in the Northwest Ohio Athletic League, with seven returning letterwinners. Eight victories were forfeited, including four league wins, after violations of Ohio High School Athletic Association rules were discovered. A member of the team had participated in a practice with a […]

Dean A. Beamont, Sr.



Dean A Beamont, Sr., 75, of Stryker died Monday, Aug. 25, 2014, at Fairlawn Haven in Archbold.He was born April 13, 1939, in Columbus, Ohio, to the late Gerald and Helen (Snow) Beamont. On Sept. 10, 1966, he married Irene L. (Johns) Bea-mont, who died March 4, 2003.Dean was one who loved his family and friends. A resident of the […]

Fulton County Court News



Common Pleas Court Midland Funding, San Diego, Calif., plaintiff vs Alejandro Cabezas, Delta, defendant. Other civil. First Federal Bank of the Midwest, Defiance, plaintiff vs Kimberly Howard, Archbold, defendant. Foreclosure. JP Morgan Chase Bank, Irving, Texas, plaintiff vs Jana Wentz, Wauseon, defendant. Other civil. Raymond Szabo, Swanton, plaintiff vs John Fenton, et. al., address unknown, defendant. Other civil. Deutsche Bank […]

Train Trouble



The Norfolk Southern railroad was at best, inconsiderate, and at worst, recklessly indifferent, when it allowed trains to block the Defi- ance Street crossing much of Saturday. What was most maddening to village residents was that train crews could have pulled forward a few car lengths so the Defiance Street crossing would be open, and traffic could flow freely. Railroads […]

AHS Varsity Boys Soccer Team



Members of the AHS boys soccer team, a sanctioned sport, are, front row from left: Kegan Ott, Brandon Bryan, Jeremy Lerma, Jorge Arce, Kyle Ott. Second row: Andy Bilen, Matt Sevey, Jack Fisher, Elijah Robison, Jesse Felix, Mike Weigand, Gavin Morton. Third row: Ali Gracia, assistant coach; Oscar Calderon; Jereme Rupp; Austin Welch; Jackson Waidelich; Kaiden Bedsole; AJ Short; Sean […]

2014-08-20 E-Edition

Paul E. Keim



Paul Edward Keim died on Saturday, June 19, 2014, at Glaylord Hospital in Wallingford, Conn. Born on June 11, 1953, in Cleveland, he was the son of the late Edward and Margaret (Aughbaugh) Keim. He moved his family to Southington in 1990, and worked as a self-employed carpenter and painter. He was an avid train collector and was a devoted […]

Ferguson, Mo.; An Ongoing Tragedy



An unarmed young black man is shot and killed by a white police officer, an event that occurs all too often in America. Parents and family members grieve; their friends and neighbors take to the streets to vent their anger and frustration. The police, fearing the worst, bring in paramilitary equipment and vehicles, which only inflame the crowd. Soon, fires […]


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