2018-03-07

Golden Notes Of Archbold’s Memorable Past



Ten Years Ago Wednesday, Mar. 12, 2008 Archbold and Pettisville school districts have used their allotments of snow days, and must now begin making up days missed. David Deskins, Archbold superintendent, said the districts are allowed five calamity days each school year, including days cancelled due to weather. Enough road salt remains to get through the rest of the winter, […]

Forged Check Discovered



Archbold police are investigating a case of a forged check. Representatives of Archbold SuperValu reported on Tuesday, Feb. 27, that a check had been returned to the supermarket after it had been cashed by the store. The amount of the check was $46.43.

Rollover Crash Injures One



Michelle Smith, Fayette, was injured in a single vehicle rollover crash on the US20A Tiffin River Bridge, Monday, March 5. Archbold Rescue received the call at 4:15 pm, responded to the scene, and transported Smith to the Fulton County Health Center, where she was treated and released. The vehicle caught fire after the crash, which bystanders put out with an […]

Western Dist. Court News



(Note: In the listing of traffic offenses, the first number is actual speed; the second, legal speed. The first dollar amount is the fine; the second, costs.) Michael W. Cuff, Fayette, possession of marijuana, $125, $83. Christima L. Fisher, Swanton, failure to control, US20A, $102, $88; seat belt, $30, $51. Audrey Michelle Thacker, Wauseon, expired license plates, E. Linfoot St., […]

Man Sentenced



A Liberty Center man was sentenced Tuesday, Feb. 27 in Fulton County Common Pleas Court: •Daniel Cammarn, Jr., 27; indicted Aug. 15, 2016, on one count each, vehicular assault, aggravated vehicular assault, operating a vehicle while intoxicated; pled guilty to amended count of failure to stop after an accident, operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated; on April 17, 2016, while […]

DIV. III STATE WRESTLING TOURNAMENT

Grime Wins State Championship!

UPDATE #5: Gavin Grime won the Div. III 145-lb. state championship with a 3-2 decision over Galion Northmor’s Conan Becker, Saturday night, March 10!-Posted 3.10, 8:05 pm —– UPDATE #4: Colton Soles lost a 7-3 decision to Bethel-Tate’s Matt Hall to finish eighth in the 152-lb. weight class at the Div. III state wrestling meet, Saturday, March 10, in Columbus. […]

Archbold Police Log



Feb. 23 Archbold police conducted several walk-throughs of Archbold schools during the day; times and schools follow: 10:11 am: Elementary school. 10:18 am: High school. 10:34 am: Middle school. 12:30 pm: elementary school. 12:45 pm: high school. 1 pm: middle school. 2:05 pm: middle school. 2:13 pm: middle school. 2:27 pm: high school. 2:57 pm: Larceny, 230 E. Holland St. […]

District 7, NWOAL, BBC Awards



Brian Leppelmeier, PHS head boys basketball coach, was named the District 7 Coach of the Year for the 2017-18 season. In Division III, Archbold’s Bryce Williams was named First Team All-District. Teammates Eli Miller and Rigo Ramos were named to the second team, and Austin Wiemken and Kaiden Bedsole received honorable mentions. In Div. IV, Pettisville’s Detric Yoder was named […]

DIV. III DISTRICT BOYS BASKETBALL

Archbold 53, Eastwood 45

Archbold used five three-pointers and 18-20 shooting from the foul line to defeat Eastwood 53-45, Thursday, March 8, at Toledo Central Catholic High School. The Streaks led 15-13 after one, 25-22 at the half, and 36-31 after three. Bryce Williams led Archbold with 15 points. Rigo Ramos was also in double figures, with 14. Tyler Haas and Cade Boos each […]

Fulton County Court News



Common Pleas Court Ann Roth, Swanton, plaintiff vs Alicia Schmidt, Holland, defendant. Domestic violence (Civil Protection Order). Jamie Rulka, Delta vs Dustin Tharp, Auburn Hills, Mich., obligor. URESA. Lacey Elzinga, Archbold vs Brandy Sanchez, North Charleston, S.C., obligor. URESA. Fulton County Health Center, Wauseon plaintiff vs Catherine Todd, Delta, defendant. Other civil. Cavalry SPV I, LLC, Valhalla, N.Y., plaintiff vs […]


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