2015-01-07

Organizations



Cancer Support Brunch with Cancer Survivors group, Wednesday, Jan. 14, 11:30 a.m., The Union Street Grill, Bryan. Bereavement Life Beyond Today bereavement group, Monday, Jan. 12, 7 p.m., St. Caspar Catholic Church, N. Shoop Ave., Wauseon. SAHC Stryker Area Heritage Council Board of Trustees, Thursday, Jan. 8, 7 p.m., Stryker Depot, 203 N. Depot St., Stryker. Blood Drive Western Lake […]

Fulton County Court News



Common Pleas Court Jessica Gast, Toledo vs Ronaldo Canales, Jr., Katy, Texas, obligor. URESA. Midland Funding, LLC, San Diego, Calif., plaintiff vs Danielle Demaline, Delta, defendant. Other civil. Federal National Mortgage International Plaza, II, Dallas, Texas, plaintiff vs Tamara Pilaczynski, Swanton, defendant. Foreclosure. Marriage Licenses Colin Fisher, 21, Wauseon, Air Force, and Jessica Kern, 21, Delta, student. Matt Lawson, 48, […]

Number of Fatal Crashes Down



There were nine crashes that claimed 12 lives on Fulton County roadways in 2014, based on information from the Ohio State Highway Patrol and Archbold Buckeye records. One crash involved three deaths. That crash occurred about 4:43 pm, July 24, when Matthew C. Hahn, 28, Wauseon, was driving east on Co. Rd. L, drove through the stop sign at St. […]

Bible Quiz Is Fun



Just ask these five youths who won the Northwest Ohio 2015 season opening tournament if Bible quiz is fun. Quizzing up to their name, “Miraculous,” team members are, clockwise from left: Anna Thomas, a Wauseon homeschooler; Andrew Francis, an Archbold sixth grader; Chris Foor, an Archbold homeschooler; Kate Nofziger and William Nofziger, Archbold sixth graders. This area house church team […]

Man Arrested On Warrant



Archbold police arrested a man on a warrant from Defi- ance County, an APD report said. An officer was dispatched to the Sauder Woodworking facility at 901 West Barre Road after receiving information on the whereabouts of John R. Cook, 31, who listed a rural Wauseon address. In February 2013, Cook was indicted by a Defiance County grand jury for […]

Officials Not Concerned About Tax Shortfall



Dennis Howell, Archbold village administrator, said he wasn’t concerned about a shortfall in revenue from the municipal income tax. Archbold Village Council learned that in 2014, the 1.5% tax on paychecks and corporate profits brought in $3,701,102.34. That’s down $39,671.51, or about 1.06%, from 2013, when the income tax generated $3,740,773.85. Howell said the Sauder Woodworking partnership with IKEA, announced […]

Go Birds! Go Streaks!



Laura Gerken, a Pettisville cheerleader, left, and Taylor Rittenhouse, an Archbold cheerleader, right, lead the fans in supporting their boys basketball teams, Saturday, Jan. 3.– photos by Mary Huber

Thomas C. Ehrman



Thomas C. Ehrman, 74, a retired band director and pet store owner, died peacefully at his home Friday night, Jan. 2, 2015. He was born in Gallipolis, Ohio, on March 30, 1940, to Charles and Bennie (Robertson) Ehrman, where he spent his youth fishing, trapping, and farming. Gifted in the arts, Tom developed his musical talents at the Gallia Academy, […]

Borcherdt Named New Archbold Police Officer



Archbold Village Council approved John M. Borcherdt as the newest full-time member of the Archbold police force during its Monday, Jan. 5 meeting. Borcherdt attended Archbold schools from elementary through his sophomore year at Archbold High School, when his family moved to Sylvania. Graduating from high school in 2008, he worked for a while before attending the Owens Community College […]

Streaks Clip Blackbirds 57-36



After suffering a 30-point loss to the Ottawa-Glandorf Titans, Tuesday, Dec. 30, Archbold came out on fire in the second half of their non-league matchup at Pettisville, Saturday, Jan. 3. The Streaks outscored the Birds 34-18 in the second half and cruised to a 57-36 boys basketball win to raise their record to 6-2, while the Birds fell to 2-5. […]


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