Children were busy Saturday, March 26, hunting Easter Eggs at the annual Ridgeville Corners Easter Egg Hunt. Top: Kathy Baden, Ridgeville Corners, helps her one-year-old grandson, William, Pettisville, find an egg. Left: Carson Baden, 3 1/2, Pettisville, spots an egg in the grass.– photo by David Pugh
Archbold police received a possible identity theft report that occurred Saturday, March 19, at 6:15 pm. A 94-year old Archbold woman told police she gave out her social security number and date of birth to someone over the telephone.
Jeremy Lerma, AHS ‘16, seated, center, signs a letter of intent to play soccer at Cincinnati Christian College. Seated with him are his parents, Sam and Liz. Standing is Ali Gracia, AHS boys soccer assistant varsity coach.– photo by Mary Huber
Pettisville students placed high in two science fairs within the last few weeks. The most recent was the Ohio Academy of Sciences District Science Day, Saturday, March 5, at the University of Toledo. Nine students competed at the district event. Freshmen Joshua Bock and Kayla Wyse, sophomores Gretchen Lee and Jordan Skates, junior Jacob Dennis, and Pettisville eighth graders Kelly […]
A medical insurance card was found in the 200 block of Farmington Road on Tuesday, March 22, an Archbold police report states. Police are holding the card.
Seth Mayer, AHS ‘16, seated, center, signs a letter of intent to play football at Cincinnati Christian College. Seated with him are his parents, Martin and Wendy. Standing is David Dominique, AHS head football coach.– photo by Mary Huber
Mark Nafziger, the potter at Sauder Village, has made thousands of items over the years. Each is hand-formed and decorated, so it is individual; yet each item is the same. But right now, he’s working on one piece that will be one of one. The only one of its kind. Nafziger is making a platter to commemorate the 50th anniversary […]
Two reports of found bicycles, involving a total of three bikes, were filed with Archbold police on Monday, March 21. The first report was filed about 12:23 pm, when officials at the Northwest Ohio Computer Association reported two small bicycles, both with training wheels, were found in the NWOCA parking lot. One bike is orange and black; the second, green […]
Archbold Village Council voted to seek bids for a project to imprint a brick pattern and add color to the asphalt pavement of two intersections during its Monday, March 21 meeting. But the project, estimated to cost $181,750, didn’t move forward without questions. “I was just wondering, we’re talking about doing this, spending $181,000 on brand new pavement. Can’t we […]
Jace Meyer, 1 1/2, Ridgeville Corners, enjoys a piece of candy he collected during the annual Ridgeville Corners Easter Egg Hunt, Saturday, March 19. With him is his father, Adam.– photo by David Pugh