King Adds Windmill To Yard

“I just wanted to put a windmill in here,” Olen King said as workmen finished up installing the 25-foot tall machine at his 202 Brussel Street home, Thursday, June 2. The windmill won’t do any work. It will simply be yard art, something for King to look at and enjoy. The windmill is a Heller- Aller, manufactured in Napoleon. King […]

Western Dist. Court News

(Note: In the listing of traffic offenses, the first number is actual speed; the second, legal speed. The first dollar amount is the fine; the second, costs.) Megan Lynn Pena, Bryan, speeding, 59-35, E. Main St., Fayette, $37, $88. Jay O’Dell Huddle, rural Napoleon, expired license plates, E. Airport Hwy., Wauseon, $37, $88. James C. Storrs, Fayette, speeding, 49-35, E. […]

So Happy

The Pettisville 4×800 team of Morgan Leppelmeier, Elizabeth Sauder, Alexa Leppelmeier, and Nichole Foor hugs after placing fifth at the Div. III state track meet. The Birds finished 11th in 2015.– photo by Dennis Driver

Hartman Inducted Into Order Of The Engineer

John Hartman, AHS ‘12, recently earned a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering education from Ohio Northern University. He was also inducted in the Order of the Engineer. His father, Jim, who earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Toledo in 1989 and works in the engineering field as a project manager, served as […]

Four-Year-Old Goes On Adventure, Found Safe

A four-year-old boy was found safe after being on an adventure of sorts. Someone spotted the youth, and reported him to Fulton County sheriff dispatchers. Dispatchers advised Archbold police the child was seen riding a bicycle in the vicinity of East Lutz Road and North Clyde’s Way about 9:55 am, Saturday, May 28. While the officer was on his way […]

Wauseon Sweeps NWOAL All-Sports Championships

Wauseon stopped Archbold’s string of Northwest Ohio Athletic League girls allsports championships at five. The Indians finished with 44 points, one point ahead of Archbold’s 43. Bryan finished third with 38. Wauseon claimed the boys all-sports title for the second straight year, with 67.5 points. Archbold was second with 57.5, and Liberty Center was third with 52.5.

News from the Pew & Pulpit

Archbold Evangelical Sunday: Nick Hudson and worship team, music, offertory. Message, “Overview of the Psalms: Releasing the valve of emotions to God and through God,” Jesse Kahler. Central Mennonite Sunday: Marv & Sharon Lantz, Terry & Donna King, greeters; Cody Stuckey, prelude, offertory, postlude; music team, song leader; moment in missions, Stanley Green, executive director of Mennonite Mission Network; Loyal […]

Local Man Arrested On Disorderly Charge

An Archbold man was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after an incident that occurred on Monday, May 30. Police were called to the East Gardens about 9:39 pm, on a report of a neighborhood disturbance outside the 200 building that began around 9:35 pm. Officers spoke to two persons. One, John W. Greeno, 64, an East Gardens resident, was […]

Hole In One

David Keesbery, Ridgeville Corners, aced the par-3, 190-yard 14th hole at the golf course in Stryker on Tuesday, May 31. His club of choice was a 9-iron.

Senior Citizen Menu

Week of June 13-17 MONDAY: roast turkey, savory bread dressing, steamed broccoli, wax beans, orange cranberry relish. TUESDAY: goulash, summer squash, green salad, fruit crisp. WEDNESDAY: swiss steak, mashed potatoes, green beans, dark sweet cherries. THURSDAY: breaded pork chops, redskin potatoes, sugar snap peas, pineapple chunks. FRIDAY: cheeseburgers, seasoned potato wedges, steamed spinach, pears, pie.

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