2018-03-21

Small Group To Talk About Co. Rd. 24 Options



Archbold Village Council discussed putting together a small group to talk about options for Co. Rd. 24. At the council meeting Monday night, March 19, Donna Dettling, village administrator, said Kenneth “Skip” Leupp, president, German Township Trustees, agreed to be on the committee. It was actually Leupp’s idea. He suggested at the Monday, March 12, joint meeting of council, trustees, […]

Public Meetings



Trustees German Township Trustees, Monday, March 26, 7:30 a.m., township building, 305 W. Mechanic St., Archbold. Quadco Quadco Administrative Board and Non-Profit Board, Tuesday, March 27, 12 noon, Quadco Rehabilitation Center, Stryker. SWCD Fulton Soil and Water Conservation District Board of Supervisors, Monday, March 26, 7 p.m., conference room, SWCD office, Robert Fulton Agriculture Center, 8770 St. Rt. 108, Wauseon.

AHS Baseball Returns 11 Letterwinners



Eleven letterwinners return for Dick Selgo, head baseball coach, although some are returning a little late. With the AHS boys basketball team advancing to the Division III regional finals, four players– Bryce Williams, Rigo Ramos, Jeron Williams, and Travis Ziegler– are finally joining their teammates this week. The Streaks finished the 2017 season with a 21-7 record, and won the […]

Easter Egg Hunts



Children have three chances to hunt Easter eggs in the Archbold area starting this weekend. Jennifer Kidder, director of Archbold Parks & Recreation, said Archbold will hold its annual egg hunt Saturday, March 24, 10 am. Children should gather at the Ruihley Park Pavilion. Duane Beck, choral director at Pettisville School, said the Pettisville Community Easter Egg Hunt is Saturday, […]

Three-Vehicle Pile-Up March 9



A collision involving three vehicles occurred in the 1900 block of South Defiance Street about 10:45 pm, Friday, March 9. A sport-utility vehicle, driven by Nicholas Bradley Wichman, 26, Defiance, was traveling south on South Defiance Street, and was slowing in traffic. A car, driven by Taleah Marie Deming, 20, Defiance, with passenger Eric Daniel Jensen, 24, Liberty Center, was […]

Six Return For Archbold Boys Tennis



In his 11th season as head boys tennis coach at AHS, James Kidder returns six letterwinners from a team that finished 10-3 last season. Returning are Luke Mc- Quade, who earned All- State honors in 2017; Brad Diller, Erik Short, Devin Witte, Sonson Nafziger, and Nathan Rettig. Jereme Rupp, Lucas Rupp, and Michael Short were lost to graduation. The doubles […]

Archbold, Pettisville Students In BPA Top Ten



Four students who attend Four County Career Center from Archbold or Pettisville finished in the top ten in the 2018 Business Professionals of America (BPA) State Leadership Conference. Among those were Brian Ball, Archbold, who competed in Systems Administration Using Cisco; Anthony Gonzalez, Archbold, who was a contender in Visual Basic/ c# Programming; Caitlyn Barber, Pettisville, Systems Administration Using Cisco; […]

Man Reports Threats



Anthony Osborn, 32, Colony Meadows, told Archbold police on Monday, March 12, that a subject had threatened him via text message. The threats were allegedly made between 11:30 am, Sunday, March 11, and 2:43 am the day of the report. Osborn told officers he did not want action taken against the alleged perpetrator, but wanted the information on file.

Six Return For PHS Softball



Kendra Stahl has spent the last nine years at the helm of the Pettisville softball program, which is scheduled to open its season, Thursday, March 29, in a Buckeye Border Conference contest with North Central at Pettisville. She has compiled a 98-70 overall record and finished last season 8-14, 4-6 BBC. The Birds lost two four-year letterwinners to graduation: Andrea […]

Three Students From Pettisville Advance To State Science Day



Twelve Pettisville students competed at District Science Day at the University of Toledo, Saturday, March 10. Three students earned the right to represent Pettisville at the 70th annual State Science Day, Saturday, May 12, at The Ohio State University. Jordan Skates, Kayla Wyse, and Josh Bock received Superior ratings on their projects. Skates’ project involved a resurvey of three agricultural […]


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