2016-03-02

Pig Kissing At Pettisville



Pettisville schools celebrated their Staff Appreciation Day, Friday, Feb. 26, with an assembly featuring games and activities. Held every two years, students must write a thank-you letter to a teacher, administrator, or other member of the school staff in order to get into the two-hour assembly. As part of the event, the PHS FFA chapter held a fundraiser for its […]

Fulton County Court News



Common Pleas Court Gary Leu, Delta and Colleen Leu, Delta, petitioners. Dissolution. Dana Retana, Delta, plaintiff vs Jorge Retana, Punt Arenas, Costa Rica, defendant. Divorce. Affinity Mutual Insurance, Lima, plaintiff vs Rupp Seed, Inc, Wauseon, defendant. Other civil. USA, acting through the Rural Agriculture Federal Building, Columbus, plaintiff vs Michael Neuenschwander, deceased. Foreclosure. Charlene Lee, treasurer, Wauseon, plaintiff vs Neil […]

Wind Damage Report Filed



Larkin S. Wise-Chappuis, 50, rural West Unity, filed a report with Archbold police noting that her car had been damaged while at the Archbold Subway, Friday, Feb. 19, about 12:24 pm. A trash can lid was blown into the front of the vehicle, scratching the finish.

AHS Students In Honors Choir



AHS students selected to participate in the 2016 Ohio Music Education Association District 1 High School Honors Choir, Sunday, Feb. 14, at the Stranahan Theater, Toledo, were, front row, from left: Sara Bilen, Hannah Bowers, Marin Parsley. Second row: Hope Nofziger, Allie McQuade, Ellie Rupp, Malinda Lugbill, Lexa Richardson. Third row: Cam Short, Will Collins, Jeremiah Hartman, Sid Ramirez, Hayden […]

PHS Thespians Tackle Prejudice In ‘South Pacific’



Although the South Pacific Theater in World War II might seem an odd place for not one, but two, love stories, and a place where the characters confront their own prejudices, that’s exactly the theme of the 1949 musical “South Pacific.” Pettisville High School students will transform the school auditorium into various settings on the island during the production of […]

Man Charged With Criminal Damaging



Kevin Mark Schroder, 26, Oregon, Ohio, has been charged with criminal damaging and endangering following an alleged assault case that occurred about 10:40 pm, Thursday, Feb. 25. Few details are available, but Leo J. Sancrant, 24, 406 Stamm St., Apartment A, called police to his residence about 11:12 pm. The police report classified the incident as an assault and criminal […]

Toledo Pays Jail Operations Bill, Skips Reserve Fund Payment



All six jurisdictions made their first-quarter payments to the Corrections Commission of Northwest Ohio for operation of the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio. The 638-bed regional jail has been the center of controversy for some months. Lucas County announced it intended to leave the Commission membership, and the city of Toledo attempted to force Lucas County to pay for the […]

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FFA News



Chris and Char Lee, of the Pettisville FFA Alumni affiliate, were named Outstanding Horizon Members of the Ohio FFA Alumni Association during the 44th Ohio FFA Alumni Convention, Saturday, Feb. 20, in Columbus. The Lees and John and Lexie Poulson served as official delegates at the convention. The Lees have served as chaperones to state and national conventions, worked the […]

Wauseon Police Investigate Feb. 28 Two-Vehicle Crash



Bill McConnel, assistant Wauseon police chief, said two women were injured in a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of North Shoop Avenue and Airport Highway about 12:16 pm, Sunday, Feb. 28. There were a total of seven occupants in the two vehicles. Wauseon Rescue called for assistance from Archbold and Delta rescue squads. Two women were seriously injured. Kristina Orosco, […]


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