Where Do We Go From Here?

St. Rt. 66-Co. Rd. 24

Archbold Village Council talked about roundabouts, support, funding, and more, as it reviewed the St. Rt. 66 relocation draft version of the final feasibility study, Monday, April 17. In a work session prior to the council meeting, Bob Seaman, village engineer, and Andy Langenderfer, regional leader at Tetra Tech, the consulting firm hired to develop the report, presented the study. […]

Crash Leaves Car Partially Submerged

A car drove into a ditch along Co. Rd. G about 7:27 pm, Wednesday, April 19, leaving the vehicle partially submerged. The Fulton County sheriff crash report states Jon Haase, 29, Bryan, was driving a car west on Co. Rd. G, with passenger Tyler Coffman, 23, West Unity. The car went off the left, or south, side of the road […]

Walker Signs Letter Of Intent

Toby Walker, AHS ‘17, seated, center, signs a letter of intent to play baseball at Mount Vernon Nazarene University. Seated with him are his parents, Kim and Greg. Standing are Dick Selgo, AHS head baseball coach, and Jeff Brunswick, varsity assistant coach.– photo by Mary Huber

Sweetheart Dance Has ‘50s Theme

The annual Pettisville Elementary School Sweetheart Dance, Friday, April 21, had a 1950s theme. Top: Girls wind through the dance floor during the event, some in ‘50s-themed outfits. They are, from left: Anne Stuber, Bailey Tietje, Macy Hoylman, Renee Hoylman, Paris Coopshaw, Ella Hudspeath, Elise Hoylman. Bottom left: Todd Sterken, Pettisville, went along with the ‘50s theme, complete with T-shirt […]

Sex Offense Phone Scam

A report of a sex offense turned out to be some type of mobile phone scam. The incident was reported to Archbold school district officials, who, in turn, reported it to Archbold police on Monday, April 17. The incident allegedly occurred in Henry County. Michael Bodenbender, Henry County sheriff, said a student received a message on his mobile phone, telling […]

PHS Softball Wins One, Drops Four

The Pettisville softball team labored through a tough five-game schedule last week, winning only once to drop the Birds to 3-7, 1-4 in the Buckeye Border Conference. Montpelier 11, PHS 4 The Birds traveled to Montpelier, Monday, April 17, for a BBC contest. Pettisville jumped out to a 3-0 lead after 1 1/2 innings, but the Locos tied the score […]

School Board Approves Contracts

The Archbold School Board approved contracts for five members of the administrative team at its Monday, April 17 meeting. Salaries for the five were not set at the meeting. Aaron Rex, superintendent, said salaries for administrators were set at the May 2016 school board meeting. In general, administrators got the same raises teachers received as part of the labor contract […]

Crash At St. Rt. 34, Co. Rd. 24 Involves Heavy Truck

A crash involving a heavy truck occurred at the intersection of St. Rt. 34 and Henry County Rd. 24 at 9:59 am, Friday, April 21. It’s the second crash involving at least one heavy truck in three weeks. The Henry County sheriff report states a heavy truck, towing a trailer, was traveling east on St. Rt. 34. The truck was […]

Pettisville Baseball Loses To Delta, PH

Pettisville dropped a pair of baseball games on the road to Northwest Ohio Athletic League teams to drop to 2-6 last week. Delta 17, PHS 8 The Blackbirds battled the Panthers, Tuesday, April 18. Pettisville led 6-5 after two innings before Delta scored once in the fourth and three runs in the fifth for a 9-6 lead. After the Birds […]

Ramey Indicted, Could Face Death Penalty

James C. Ramey, 27, Toledo, the man accused of the murder of 23-year-old Amanda Mangas, has been indicted by the Fulton County Grand Jury on charges including aggravated murder with death penalty specification. Delta police were called to a home in that village about 5:10 am, Tuesday, March 14, where they found Mangas with a single gunshot wound to the […]

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