2014-11-19

Snow Cap



A fire hydrant has a cap of snow, Monday, Nov. 17.– photo by Mary Huber

Two Men Sentenced



Sentences were recently handed down in Fulton County Common Pleas Court against Joshua Liechty, 33 rural Fayette, and Brendon Manz, 19, Archbold. Liechty had previously entered guilty pleas to failure to comply with the order or signal of a police officer, and domestic violence. Liechty led Wauseon police and a Fulton County Sheriff deputy on a chase through parts of […]

Kinsman On National Champion Running Team




Rachel (Sauder) Kinsman, Archbold, ran to a national championship, Saturday, Nov. 8. The former Ohio state cross country champion and four-time Northwest Ohio Athletic League champion was part of a team that took first place in its division at the USA Track & Field 5K Masters Cross Country Championships in Carmel, Ind. Kinsman’s individual performance resulted in a second-place finish […]

Jewelry Reported Stolen



Patsy M. Magallanes, 37, 808 West St., filed a report with Archbold police on Friday, Oct. 31, that some of her jewelry was stolen. Missing were an engagement ring and wedding band. Together, the items were valued at $15,500. The police report indicates there are possible suspects in the case.

Urbina Wins First UFC Fight



Hector Urbina, AHS ‘06, won his debut fight in the Ultimate Fighting Championships, Saturday, Nov. 15, in Mexico City, Mexico. He defeated Edgar Garcia with a first-round submission guillotine choke at three minutes, 38 seconds at UFC 180. He is the son of Elias and Maria Nelly Urbina.

Nov. 14 Fire Destroys Wauseon Warehouse



The warehouse of a downtown Wauseon business was destroyed by fire early Friday morning, Nov. 14. Rick Sluder, Wauseon fire chief, said a Wauseon police officer smelled smoke from several blocks away. He was still blocks away when he saw flames going through the roof at Certified Document Destruction, 300 West Chestnut St. The warehouse building that burned is west […]

Five Return For PHS Girls Basketball



The 2014-15 girls basketball season is just around the corner, and for Jason Waldvogel, Pettisville head coach, five letterwinners return from a team that finished 21-3 and claimed a Buckeye Border Conference championship with a 9-1 record. The Birds lost three lettermen– Lauren Hostetler, Audra Klopfenstein and Olivia Wright– but returns the team’s leading scorer in senior Dana Fricke (15.3 […]

Public Meetings



Trustees Clinton Township Trustees, Thursday, Nov. 20, 1 p.m., 5736 Co. Rd. 15-1, Wauseon. German Township Trustees, Monday, Nov. 24, 7 p.m., township building, 305 W. Mechanic St., Archbold. SWCD Fulton Soil and Water Conservation District Board of Supervisors, Monday, Nov. 24, 8 p.m., conference room, SWCD office, Robert Fulton Agriculture Center, 8770 St. Rt. 108, Wauseon. Quadco Quadco Administrative […]

Excess EMS Funds To Be Returned If County Overpays

Council Makes Counteroffer To County Commissioners

If the Archbold Fire Department finishes a year of providing Advanced Life Support service with more than $122,000 left over, it will return anything above that amount to Fulton County. That’s part of a counterproposal to Fulton County commissioners for ALS service, approved by Archbold Village Council at its Monday, Nov. 17 meeting. The commissioners offered a contract to Archbold […]

Pettisville Cross Country Awards



Pettisville cross country athletes receiving awards for the 2014 season are, front row from left: Grace Friend, Buckeye Border Conference scholar athlete, Most Improved Player; Hannah Herring, BBC scholar athlete, captain award; Alexa Leppelemeier, Most Valuable Player, First Team All-BBC MVP, state qualifier; Sarah Herring, rookie award; Nichole Foor, Most Valuable Player, First Team All-BBC, state qualifier; Krystine Davis, Most […]


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