Honor Students

Peter Schoenhals, AHS ‘14 and son of Walter and Joy, was named to the dean’s honor list for the 2017 fall semester at Cedarville University. Students must earn at least a 3.75 gpa to qualify. Nate Hartzler, PHS ‘17 and son of Alan and Staci, was named to the president’s list for the 2017 fall semester at Capital University. Students […]

Reward Paid In Deputy Shooting

The Fulton County Crime Stopper announced last week that a $2,500 reward was paid for information leading the arrest of a man who shot and wounded a Fulton County sheriff deputy. Jeshua Leto Gilmore, 19, Toledo, was convicted of shooting Jeremy Simon, a FCSD deputy, the night of July 31, 2017, after the car he was driving broke down after […]

Boys Basketball Tournament Pairings

Tournament pairings were drawn Sunday for the Ohio boys basketball tournament. In Division III sectional action at Anthony Wayne and Bowsher, Archbold (14-3) received the top seed while Cardinal Stritch (17-1) was seeded second. Liberty Center (3-15) plays Swanton (5-13), Tuesday, Feb. 27, 7 p.m., in a sectional semifinal at Anthony Waye. The winner plays the Blue Streaks, Friday, March […]

Big Visitor At 100 Day

The Pettisville Elementary School 100 Day event had a construction theme and featured a big visitor in the form of a cement mixer. Merl Miller, from M&R Redi Mix, Pettisville, told the students– kindergartners and first graders– about working with concrete. Held Wednesday, Feb. 7, the event celebrated the 100th day of school. In honor of the day, students were […]

Hageman Siblings, Heising Are Spelling Bee Winners

Kyle and Sydney Hageman, both of Archbold, and Lyla Heising, Pettisville, were winners in the annual Fulton County Spelling Bee, Tuesday, Feb. 6, at the Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center, Archbold. Kyle Hageman is in the sixth grade and his sister, Sydney, is in the seventh grade at Archbold. Heising is in the eighth grade at Pettisville. All three have […]

Cash, Debit Card Stolen

Bonnie Horst, 68, Archbold, reported items, including cash, were stolen from a purse while visiting the Fairlawn Haven Care Center, Wednesday, Feb. 7. Horst said a black cloth cigarette case containing a debit card, personal check, and $120 in cash was taken sometime between 7:30 am and 2:30 pm while it was in a room at Fairlawn. Police marked the […]

Krista Atkinson Runs Marathon

Krista Atkinson ran the Surf City Marathon in Huntington Beach, Calif., Sunday, Feb. 4. She ran the 26.2-mile race in four hours, 34 minutes. Her sister, Lindsey Forster, Henderson, Nev., invited her to run the marathon and ran it with her. Atkinson said it was on her “bucket list” of things to accomplish. She lives in Archbold with her husband, […]

An apology to our readers

Due to a glitch, the wrong photos appeared on the Good Luck pages for Archbold and Pettisville basketball in the Feb. 14 edition. Corrected pages will run in the Feb. 21 edition. The Archbold Buckeye extends a sincere apology for the mistake.–Posted 2.14, 3:15 pm

FFA News

The Fulton County FFA Public Speaking Career Development Event was recently held at Archbold High School. Placing in the Creed Event: William Nofziger, Archbold, first place; Miah Beauregard, Fayette, second; Weston Ruffer, Archbold, third; Katie Wheeler, Evergreen, fourth; Jazmine Rodriguez, Pettisville, fifth. Extemporaneous Event: Jordan Skates, Pettisville, first; Elizabeth Mignin, Archbold, second; Zoe Kiser, Fayette, third; Jaden Banister, Wauseon, fourth. […]

Vehicles Collide

Two vehicles collided on North Defiance Street about 65 feet north of Stryker Street at 8:12 am, Sunday, Feb. 4, an Archbold police report states. A minivan, driven by Elizabeth E. Manz, 38, Archbold, was traveling south on North Defiance Street, and was stopped for the traffic signal at Stryker Street. A sport-utility vehicle, driven by Kade Thomas Kern, 16, […]

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