A man told the Fulton County Sheriff Department his car was taken by a man who brandished a firearm early Tuesday morning. In a press release, Roy Miller, sheriff, said deputies received a call of a male walking near St. Rt. 2 and Co. Rd. 19 at about 2:12 am, Tuesday, Feb. 14. A deputy checked the area and found […]
Feb. 3 11:43 am: 911 hang-up, ConAgra, misdial, unfounded. Feb. 4 2:03 pm: Fraud, 506 Brussel St. 8:38 pm: Citation to Terry Davis, 51, Archbold, failure to stop for a stop sign, South Street at West Street. 4:12 pm: Miscellaneous juvenile complaint, Colony Meadows. Feb. 5 4:50 pm: Suspicious person, Fairlawn Community Center. 7:37 pm: Larceny, Wyse Commons. Feb. 6 […]
Archbold Junior High Girls Basketball The Archbold 7th grade girls basketball team defeated Wauseon 36-29, Monday, Feb. 6, to advance to the NWOAL tournament semifinals. The 8th graders gave it their all, but ended their season with a tough 30-23 loss to Patrick Henry. —– Archbold at one time had four bicycle repair shops. Pettisville 7th Grade Boys Basketball BBC […]
Archbold police have recovered property stolen from the Fairlawn Haven Retirement Campus, said Thom Ross, Archbold police chief. Ross said a suspect has been identified, but no charges have been filed as of yet. “We’re looking into it,” he said. Thefts There were three reports recently. One occurred between 2 pm, Saturday, Jan. 28, and 5:30 am, Sunday, Jan. 29. […]
Jan. 20 7:29 pm: Sauder Street, decreased level of consciousness, transported to Fulton County Health Center. 10:21 pm: 24000 block Co. Rd. D, ill, transported to FCHC. Jan. 21 10:47 pm: 200 block West St., overdose, transported two to FCHC. Jan. 22 6:28 am: Fox Chase, medical, transported to Community Hospitals & Wellness Centers-Bryan. Jan. 23 11:28 am: Archbold Medical […]
Lucas Rupp, an AHS senior and first-year swimmer, swam his best times of the season at the Division II sectional swimming meet at Napoleon, Saturday, Feb. 11. He swam the 50-meter freestyle in 24.73 seconds and 100 freestyle in 56.02. His times did not qualify him for the district meet.
Four Archbold High School musicians performed with the 160-member 2017 Ohio Music Education Association All- State Choir, Saturday, Feb. 4, in Cleveland. From left: Kent Vandock, AHS director of choral activities; Jeremiah Hartman, a sophomore; Hannah Bowers, a junior; Sara Bilen and Malinda Lugbill, seniors.– courtesy photo
Common Pleas Court Brittany Woodruff, Wauseon and Michael Woodruff, Wauseon, petitioners. Dissolution. Capital One Bank, Columbus, plaintiff vs Carol Hartman, Wauseon, defendant. Other civil. Keybank National Association, Cleveland, plaintiff vs Michael Ross, Swanton, defendant. Foreclosure. Howard Myers, Jr., Toledo, plaintiff vs Becky Myers, Swanton, defendant. Divorce. Pamela Hammontree, Wauseon, plaintiff vs David Hammontree, Wauseon, defendant. Other civil. Cole Landon, Alvordton […]
Luke Fisher, AHS ‘15 and son of Vern and Rosemary, scored eight points and grabbed two rebounds in Bethel College’s 76-74 Crossroads League victory over Spring Arbor (Mich.) University, Tuesday, Feb. 7. The Pilots, ranked third in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Division II poll, are 25-3, 14-1 in the Crossroads League.
The Pettisville School Board held a long discussion, but took no action, on a proposed school calendar for the 2017-18 school year during its Monday, Feb. 6 meeting. The calendar has the next school year beginning Aug. 17 and ending May 31. It will continue most of the features of calendars from the past few years, including a weeklong spring […]