Fulton County Court News

Common Pleas Court Grange Property & Casualty Company, Columbus, plaintiff vs Carrie Buckenmeyer, Toledo, defendant. Other civil. Wells Fargo Financial Ohio, Ft. Mill, S.C., plaintiff vs Ryan Verity, Archbold, defendant. Foreclosure. Fulton County Health Center, Wauseon, plaintiff vs Michael Farbrother, Delta, defendant. Other civil. David Shultz, Delta, plaintiff vs Drema Shultz, Delta, defendant. Divorce. Jennifer Morgan, Swanton, plaintiff vs Geico […]

NWOAL Winter Scholar Athletes

The Northwest Ohio Athletic League has announced its winter sports scholar athletes. Students must be seniors, have a 3.5 accumulative gpa through six semesters, and must have lettered during the season. AHS scholar athletes: Alyssa Ziegler, girls basketball; Toby Walker, boys basketball; Noah Mattin, wrestling.

January Unemployment 6.1% In Fulton County

The Fulton County unemployment rate in January was 6.1%, higher than 21 months ago, said the Ohio Department of Job & Family Services last week. The last time unemployment in the county was 6.1% or higher was in March 2015, at 6.3%. However, unemployment in January is typically high. In the last seven out of eight years, the January unemployment […]

Five Sentenced

Three people were sentenced in Fulton County Common Pleas Court, Monday, Feb. 27: •Rachel Hammond, 27, Wauseon; originally indicted Sept. 19, 2016, on eight counts, tampering with records, and one count, grand theft; pled guilty to grand theft in December; between June 14, 2012, and March 31, 2016, she falsified applications to receive food stamps and Medicaid benefits; placed on […]

Wins State Wrestling Title

Lyla Carrizales, a third grader at Swanton, won the girls 8-Under 58-pound division championship at the OH-Way Girls State Wrestling Championship, Saturday, March 18, in Marion. She pinned all four of her opponents on her way to the title. Her parents are Danny and Amanda (Lecklider) Carrizales, Swanton. Grandparents are Deb Lecklider, Ridgeville Corners, and Jose Carrizales, Napoleon.

Snow Scene

After 2.5 inches of snow fell on Archbold Friday, March 17, the evergreen trees outside Woodland Park were dressed in their winter best. The snow didn’t last long, as temperatures climbed and small amounts of rain fell. Archbold Wastewater Treatment Plant workers recorded a high of 59 degrees, Monday, March 20.– photo by David Pugh

Crime Stopper

Fulton County Crime Stopper seeks help in solving two thefts in February. A thief or thieves broke into a pole barn on a property in the 7000 block of Co. Rd. 12 in the Wauseon area on Monday, Feb. 13. Taken were a 2,000-watt generator, an air compressor with a 30- gallon tank, air hoses, three chain saws, and a […]

PHS Baseball Returns 10

The Pettisville baseball season opens Monday, March 27, at Hicksville, and for Paul Bishop, head coach, returning experience is the key to this year’s success. The Blackbirds finished 4- 12, 4-6 in the Buckeye Border Conference last year. Losing just two letterwinners, Evan King and Christian Barhite, “We have ten returning players with significant varsity experience,” said Bishop. “But our […]

Hair Sunday, Gone Monday

Several people walked out of Terry Henricks Chrysler-Dodge- Jeep-Ram, Monday, March 20, with less hair than they went in with. It was all part of a St. Baldrick’s Foundation event, when people collect pledges to have their heads shaved. Money raised goes to childhood cancer research. Top: Aaron Gladieux, a Fulton County sheriff deputy, is shaved by Whitney Jagielski, one […]

Identity Fraud

Reid A. Short, Archbold, reported a case of identity fraud to Archbold police on Monday, March 13. Short told officers between Nov. 25, 2016, and Jan. 23, 2017, an unknown individual opened an account with Citi Bank using his identity information. Short told offi- cers he had been in contact with the bank and that the account had been closed. […]

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