2015-10-14

Evergreen Principal Is AHS Graduate




The new principal of Evergreen High School has Blue Streak roots. Josh Clark, an Archbold native, current Archbold resident, and 2003 AHS graduate, is in his first year as the principal of EHS. Over the years, Josh has worn a lot of hats and a lot of colors. He’s been a Huntington (Ind.) University Forrester, a Bowling Green State University […]

Arguing Couple Brings Police



Archbold police were called to the 300 block of South Lincoln Street on a domestic case about 10:30 pm, Tuesday, Oct. 6. Police were told a young woman, holding a baby, and a shirtless man were in front of a residence in the 300 block, arguing. An officer located the subjects, who said they were arguing about their relationship. Police […]

AHS Golf Ends Season At District



The Archbold golf team failed to advance out of the Division II district meet, Thursday, Oct. 8, at Red Hawk Golf Course, Findlay. The top two teams and top two individuals not on qualifying teams advance to the state championships this week in Sunbury. Lima Shawnee won the district title with a team score of 317. Lima Bath was second, […]

EMS, Fire Levy Set At Four Mills “Due To Increased Expenses,” Says Brodbeck



Fulton County voters will be asked to approve a fourmill property tax levy for emergency medical service and assistance for some fire departments when they go to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 3. County officials say the levy is made up of a renewal of the current two-mill levy that is about to expire, plus an additional two mills of revenue, […]

Man Sentenced



A Toledo man was sentenced Tuesday, Oct. 6, in connection with a drug-related charge in Fulton County Common Pleas Court: 41; •Joseph Davis, originally indicted April 20 on one count, aggravated possession of drugs; pled guilty; on March 3, attempted to obtain drugs; sentenced to 180 days at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio, 178 days suspended; placed on community […]

Thatcher Wins Diving Championship



Cameron Thatcher, Powell, and Grayson Campbell, Vienna, Va., won the gold medal in three- meter synchronized diving at the Junior Pan American Championships, held Oct. 7-12 in Matanzas, Cuba. The son of Paul and Kristin, Powell, and grandson of Maryann Thatcher, Archbold, he is a senior at Olentangy Liberty High School. Thatcher is in the Ohio State Diving Club, while […]

Dettling To Start Nov. 30



Donna Dettling will start her new job as assistant village administrator on Nov. 30, said Dennis Howell, Archbold village administrator, last week. Dettling was approved by Archbold Village Council at its Aug. 3 meeting. At that time, there were still some details of her contract to be worked out. Plans call for her to work with Dennis Howell until his […]

Archbold Youths Suspended Over Sale of Look-Alike Drugs



Two Archbold students have been suspended from school over a transaction of “look-alike” drugs. Aaron Rex, superintendent, said a male student at the high school sold material to a male middle school student at the Friday, Oct. 2 AHS football game with Patrick Henry. The high school boy told the younger student the materials were illegal drugs. In fact, Rex […]

BBC Scholar Athletes



The Buckeye Border Conference has named its 2015 fall scholar athletes from member schools. Students must be a junior or senior with a 3.25 accumulative grade point average. Pettisville Elizabeth Miller (4.0), Hannah Herring, Natalie Hoffmire, Jaelyn Rufenacht, Andrea Aeschliman, Krystine Davis, Alexa Leppelmeier, Clay Waidelich, Evan Rufenacht, cross country; Kate Kauffman, Amber Klopfenstein, Mallory Riegsecker, Stephanie Hubby, Harper Nolander, […]

Archbold Park Board Discusses Projects



The Archbold Park Board discussed several projects, including the possibility of solar power for signs, at its Wednesday, Sept. 30 meeting. Jennifer Kidder, director of Archbold Parks & Recreation, said walkway lights in Ruihley Park need to be replaced. “The cement (around the light bases) is heaving. They’re old, they look bad,” she told the board. No timeline was set […]


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