Two Positive Drug Test Results At Archbold Schools

Aaron Rex, superintendent of the Archbold Area School District, said there have been two positive results from the district drug testing program. One positive test was triggered by a student using tobacco; a second found evidence of marijuana. Two other students tested positive for drugs, but Rex said they were using prescription drugs prescribed by a physician. Those students were […]

Prescription Medicine Stolen

Arlene Valadez, 55, 501 West Street, told Archbold police on Wednesday, March 11, a prescription medication had been stolen from her. The theft occurred sometime between 9 pm, Monday, March 9 and 10:10 pm, Wednesday, March 11. Police have no suspects and marked the case closed, pending further information.


A Diminishing Commodity In Ohio Government

Sunshine Week is March 15-21, 2015, the time newspapers across the nation educate the public about the importance of open government. It gets its name because in an open government, the sun shines into dark backrooms; nothing is cloaked or hidden from public view. Dennis Hetzel, executive director of the Ohio Newspaper Association, points out in 1963, when Ohio’s first […]

Music & Memory Program Coming To Fairlawn Haven

Residents of the Fairlawn Haven nursing home will soon sport headphones and personal music players because of the Fairlawn Auxiliary. Sarah Barton, life enrichment director at Fairlawn, said it is participating in a program known as Music & Memory, designed to bring the beneficial effects of music to nursing home residents. Fairlawn was invited to participate in Music & Memory […]

Man Sentenced

A Delta man was recently sentenced in connection with a sex offense in Fulton County Common Pleas Court: •Joseph Lopez, 19; indicted Oct. 20, 2014, on one count each, gross sexual imposition, rape; previously pled guilty to gross sexual imposition; on May 30, 2014, engaged in sexual contact with a girl under the age of 13; sentenced to 15 months […]

Political Cartoon

Finances Big Part Of Library Board Meeting

Discussion of finances was a big part of the Wednesday, March 11, Archbold Community Library Board meeting. Joyce Klingelsmith, library director, told the board the state of Ohio has started its two-year budget process. “There’s good news and bad news, and the good news ends up being bad news,” she said. Under the proposal of John Kasich, Ohio governor, plans […]

Arrest Fayette Man After Search Warrant

Dustin A. Glass, 23, Fayette, was being held at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio, Monday night, March 16, on a felony charge of receiving stolen property. Deputies from Fulton and Henry counties served a search warrant at the Glass home in Fayette about 3:51 am, Sunday, March 15. In a press release, Michael D. Bodenbender, Henry County sheriff, said, […]

Fulton County Court News

Common Pleas Court John Harp, Whitehouse, plaintiff vs BX Solutions, Inc., Toledo, defendant. Other civil. Keith Miller, Wauseon and Jennifer Miller, Archbold, petitioners. Dissolution. AmandaCluckey,Wauseon, plaintiff vs Michael Cluckey, McClure, defendant. Divorce. Fulton County treasurer, Wauseon, plaintiff vs Susan Sierra, Archbold, defendant. Foreclosure. Charlene Lee, treasurer, Wauseon, plaintiff vs Richard Hubbell, Toledo, defendant. Foreclosure. Fulton County treasurer, Wauseon, plaintiff vs […]


Every racer knows final adjustments are critical to the performance of a racecar. Jayden Litchfield, center, a Cub Scout in Archbold Pack 263, carefully inspects his car, making sure it’s properly aligned in the lane during the Pinewood Derby event, Saturday, March 14, at St. John’s Christian Church. Aiden Link, right, places his car on the track, while Tim Holley, […]

Category Pages are limited to 90 days. Please use the archive page or the search box to find older articles.