2015-09-23

Archbold Police Log



Sept. 11 2:39 pm: Traffic detail, crossing guard, Franklin St. at Park St. 3:35 pm: Larceny, unfounded. 7:03 pm: Arrested subject on misdemeanor warrant, 200 block Middle St. 8:25 pm: Arrested subject on misdemeanor warrant, 200 block E. Holland St. Sept. 12 9:36 am: An SUV driven by Jodi A. Yeager, 34, Archbold, was attempting to back into a private […]

Sesquicentennial Committee Hard At Work



Every host and hostess knows putting on a great party, from a child’s birthday to a wedding reception, takes more than a little effort. Whether the party is simple or elaborate, a great deal of time, energy, thought, and planning are required. Archbold turns 150 years old in 2016, and there’s a group of people who are hard at work […]

Archbold Boys Soccer Wins Sixth Straight



The Archbold boys soccer team (6-2) notched its sixth consecutive shutout in a road match at Maumee (3-4-2), Saturday, Sept. 19. Despite playing all but the first five minutes of the match shorthanded with ten players due to a red card infraction, the Streaks managed a 4-0 win. Kaiden Bedsole gave Archbold an early lead when he scored in the […]

Fulton County Court News



Common Pleas Court Leatha Mummert, Wauseon, plaintiff, vs Michael Mummert, Littlestown, Pa., defendant. Divorce. Joy Swiczkoski, Swanton and Gregory Swiczkoski, Swanton, petitioners. Dissolution. Cody Livensparger, Wauseon, and Tabitha Livensparger, Archbold, petitioners. Dissolution. Habitat for Humanity, Delta, plaintiff vs Tanya Moehrman, Wauseon, defendant. Foreclosure. Alaina Colon, Swanton, plaintiff vs Adam Colon, Wauseon, defendant. Domestic violence. Rosey Frusher, Delta, plaintiff vs Deborah […]

Raising Minimum Wage Could Backfire



Everyone understands that it costs more to live in a city such as New York or San Francisco, where housing and other basics are less affordable, than it does to live in Columbus. What’s considered a living wage varies widely across the country. John Kasich, Ohio governor, drove home his respect for states handling this issue in an interview on […]

AHS Girls Soccer Falls 1-0 To Liberty-Benton



The Archbold girls soccer team returned to action Monday, Sept. 14, in a non-league contest against Liberty-Benton at Spengler Field. The Streaks were on the short end of a 1-0 decision, dropping their first match of the season and falling to 4-1- 1. The Eagles (6-2-1) are ranked second in the Division III Northwest District poll by the Northwest Ohio […]

Woman Sentenced For Role In Crash



Caroline Krasula, 41, Wauseon, was given a mandatory 12-month prison sentence for her role in a March 31 auto accident, Monday, Sept. 14, in Fulton County Common Pleas Court. In a press release, Scott Haselman, Fulton County prosecuting attorney, said Krasula entered a no-contest plea and was found guilty of a single count of aggravated vehicular assault. Her plea was […]

Golden Notes Of Archbold’s Memorable Past



Ten Years Ago Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2005 The desire of the Archbold Area School Board is to have a new superintendent selected for the district by the end of 2005. Bob Aschliman, board president, said there are several good reasons to have a new superintendent selected early. “First, 2006 will be a very, very busy year for us,” he said. […]

Pettisville Golf Wins One, Drops Three–



The Pettisville golf team defeated Holgate, lost to North Central, and dropped a tri-match to Hilltop and Edgerton last week. The Birds will play in the Buckeye Border Conference tournament, tomorrow, Thursday, at Wauseon. PHS Def. Holgate Pettisville traveled to Auglaize Golf Club, Monday, Sept. 14, for a match with Holgate The Birds won the match because one of the […]

File Threat Report



A representative of the Archbold Buckeye told Archbold police on Wednesday, Sept. 9, that a subject made threats while at the Buckeye office that day. Police are investigating.


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