Senior Citizen Menu

Week of July 13-17 MONDAY: chicken cordon bleu, o’brien potatoes, california blend vegetables, fresh pears. TUESDAY: vegetable soup, ground bologna sandwich or egg salad, macaroni salad, tossed salad, orange juice. WEDNESDAY: pepper steak, brown rice, asian vegetables, tropical fruit, pie. THURSDAY: chicken & noodles, mashed potatoes, steamed carrots, ambrosia. FRIDAY: smoked sausage or pork loin w/sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, green beans, […]

Charged With Menacing

Pete Grime, 40, rural Archbold, has been charged with aggravated menacing, a first-degree misdemeanor, resulting from an incident that occurred Thursday, June 25. David Pugh, 57, Archbold, told police that while at Ickey’s restaurant about 9 pm that evening, Grime threatened him. Police issued Grime a summons to appear in Western District Court.


Bereavement Life Beyond Today bereavement group, Monday, July 13, 7 p.m., St. Caspar Catholic Church, N. Shoop Ave., Wauseon. Blood Drive Western Lake Erie Region of the American Red Cross blood drive: Tuesday, July 14, 7 a.m.-1 p.m., Henry County Hospital, 1600 E. Riverview Ave., Napoleon. SAHC Stryker Area Heritage Council Board of Trustees, Thursday, July 9, 7 p.m., Stryker […]

Crime Stopper

Fulton County Crime Stopper needs help to solve a theft from a rural Swanton home. The break-in occurred on June 29. Stolen were a table saw, small swimming pool, drywall lifting tool, and other items. Total loss: $1,048.99. Informants call 800-255- 1122. Calls are confidential, anonymous. Informants eligible for rewards up to $1,000, paid in cash.

Archbold Police Log

June 26 3:23 pm: Telephone fraud, reported on station. 7:30 pm: Civil problem, SuperValu plaza, kept the peace. June 28 1:28 pm: Civil problem, Holland Court Apartments, child custody. 5:40 pm: Issued bicycle safety award, 100 block S. Defiance St. 6:30 pm: Issued bicycle safety award, 300 block Park St. June 29 10:02 am: Miscellaneous complaints, 100 block Mechanic St. […]

Rains Take Bin Buster Corn Yield Off Table

A “bin buster” corn yield in Fulton County for 2015 has been taken off the table by the heavy rain that fell Saturday, June 27, Eric Richer, Fulton County agricultural extension agent, said Monday. Farmers won’t know for sure what the impact of the wet spring is until October, when the combines begin the harvest. On June 27, the Archbold […]

Carolyn Attalie Hoyt

Carolyn Attalie Hoyt, age 88, of rural Swanton, passed away Saturday morning, July 4, 2015, in her home. Carolyn was born in Toledo, Ohio, on May 6, 1927, the daughter of Homer and Caryl (Armstrong) Hageman. On Sept. 10, 1949, she married Francis Hoyt, and he survives. She was a member of the Shiloh Christian Union Church, near Delta, where […]

Commissioners Take Steps To Bring Dog Pound Into Compliance With OEPA

Fulton County has taken the necessary steps to bring the incinerator at the county dog pound into compliance with Ohio Environmental Protection Agency rules. The incinerator, or animal crematory, was found to be in violation of OEPA rules for recordkeeping following an investigation conducted at the facility on May 7. OEPA issued a notice of violation to the county on […]

Black Bear Bagged In Canada By Pettisville Factory Owner

People might say that Pettisville employer Rod Notestine is into archery in a big way… as in a 450-pound bear big. Notestine, of Ney, owns two companies that manufacture archery equipment in a factory on the north side of Pettisville. He recently returned from an early June hunting trip in Canada where he took down a 450-pound black bear with […]

Kathryn Marie Briskey

Kathryn Marie Briskey, age 87 years, 11 months, went to her heavenly home on Wednesday evening, July 1, 2015. She was born to Wm. L. and Mattie (Grieser) Nofziger on July 31, 1927. On Nov. 28, 1946, Kathryn married Wilmer Briskey, with whom she enjoyed life for almost 40 years of marriage until his death on Nov. 9, 1986. As […]