Recipe Corner

Avocado Toast With Pickled Red Onions, Egg And Espelette Pepper 1 slice 1/4”-thick countrybread1/2 teaspoon extra virgin olive oilKosher salt, to taste1/2 ripe avocado, seeded,peeled and thinly sliced1 tablespoon pickled red onions (see make-ahead recipe below)1 egg, softly poached Espelette pepper, to taste Drizzle sliced bread with virgin olive oil. Toast on a flat top, nonstick frying pan or griddle […]

Yoders Celebrate 60th Anniversary

Ed and Theo Yoder, Archbold, are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary. Ed Yoder and Theo Hartzler were married June 22, 1956, at Eighth Street Mennonite Church, Goshen, Ind., by Rev. S.C. Yoder. They have four children: Patty (Doug) Schmucker, Toledo; Terry (Joanie) Yoder, Leola, Pa.; Cynthia (Bob Gravelin) Yoder, Aichi, Japan; and Sandy (Mike) Leininger, Marysville. They have seven grandchildren […]

Woman Sentenced

An Oregon woman was sentenced in Fulton County Common Pleas Court, Monday, June 13, Scott Haselman, Fulton County prosecuting attorney announced in a press release: •Heather M. Minor, 30; originally indicted Dec. 21, 2015, on two counts, theft, one count, engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity; pled guilty in April to one misdemeanor count of theft and one felony […]

Attend Relay For Life

Brannon and Shannon Wurster, Wauseon, and their children Blaizlee, 2, (in Brannon’s arms) and Daughtry, six months, attended the Fulton County Relay for Life, Friday, June 10. The event raises money for American Cancer Society research and to support cancer patients locally.–photo by David Pugh

Wiemken Selected To Participate In Program

Rachel Wiemken, AHS ‘12, who graduated with a degree in education from Bowling Green State University in May, was selected to participate in the Science and Math Education in ACTION program, receiving a total of nearly $20,000 in scholarship funds over four years. The goal of the program is to assist undergraduate students in their pursuit to become science or […]

Syringe Found

A representative of the Archbold One Stop store told police a syringe was found on the floor of the business about 9:15 pm, Wednesday, June 8. It was not known who may have lost the syringe. Police took it for safekeeping. An investigation is pending.

New Teacher Contract Okayed At Pettisville

Following a 10-minute executive session at the Pettisville School Board meeting, Monday, June 13, the board approved a two-year agreement with the Pettisville Teachers Association. The agreement includes a 3% increase in base salaries for each of the next two years. The new starting salary will be $33,733. The salary schedule will top out at $70,333 for teachers with a […]

Area Students Complete Study Service Terms

Brodie Nofziger, AHS ‘14, son of Phil and Melissa, a sophomore history major, and Carley Wyse, AHS ‘12, daughter of Mike and Julia, a senior communications major, completed the Goshen (Ind.) College international study program, Study-Service Term in Cambodia during the spring semester. Clara Beck, PHS ‘14, daughter of Duane and Deana, a sophomore music major, is participating in the […]

Crime Stopper

Fulton County Crime Stopper needs help to solve the theft of lawn care equipment. On or about May 12, a thief broke into two trailers in the 2400 block of US20, in the Metamora area. Taken were two lawn vacuums, five string trimmers, six backpack blowers, and a hedge trimmer. Total loss: $5,328. —— Fulton County Crime Stopper needs help […]

Friendship Days Benefit Pettisville Park

The biannual Pettisville Friendship Days event kicks off Friday, June 24, said Pam Skates, a co-chairman of the event. The program features live music along with the traditional quilt raffle. There will be food, games, a fishing derby and silent auction for kids. There will also be an appearance by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Archery Trailer. The trailer, […]

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