2018-11-28

Lights Parade Features 44 Floats



A Lake Erie fishing boat, decorated to honor its former owner, was the winning float in the 2018 Archbold Parade of Lights, Friday, Nov. 23. Shawn Stamm said the boat belonged to his father, Roger, who died in February after battling cancer. He had no idea how many lights they put on the boat, but four to five people worked […]

Illegal Trash Dumping Case



Archbold police handled a report of illegal trash dumping on Tuesday, Nov. 20. Property owner David D. Wyse, 55, Archbold, told police trash had been placed in his dumpster by someone not authorized to do so. He asked police to speak with the suspect in the case. Officers disposed of the trash properly, and after being given a license plate […]

Attorney General DeWine Offers Consumer Tips Following Marriott Starwood Hotels Breach

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Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today offered tips for consumers following Marriott’s recent announcement of a data breach affecting as many as 500 million guests who made a reservation at a Starwood brand hotel, which includes Sheraton Hotels & Resorts and Westin Hotels & Resorts, among others. Marriott has reported it believes hackers gained unauthorized access to the Starwood guest […]

Former Ruralogic Chairman Gets Prison Term In Federal Court



A version of this article was posted to ArchboldBuckeye.com at 12:36 pm Wednesday, Nov. 21. C. David Snyder, 61, Cleveland, former chairman and primary shareholder of Ruralogic, was sentenced to two years in prison for embezzlement and tax crimes. Ruralogic was an information technology start-up firm that was to be based in Bryan, with offices in Archbold and Napoleon. The […]

Woman Arrested



Roxanne Marie Rupp, 35, rural Stryker, was arrested by Archbold police about 7:05 pm, Saturday, Nov. 17. Police were called to Mc- Donald’s on a report of an unwanted person. When an officer arrived, he asked the person, identified as Rupp, to step outside. After checking her identity, a warrant for her arrest was discovered. The warrant had been issued […]

Elaine Louise Van Sickle



Elaine Louise Van Sickle, age 78, of rural Wauseon, passed away Thursday evening, Nov. 29, 2018, in her home.Elaine was born in Grand Rapids, Mich., on Nov. 20, 1940, the daughter of Richard C. and Irma (Campbell) Annis. On Sept. 10, 1960, she married Paul Van Sickle, and he survives.  Elaine loved to cook, to sew, and music. Most of […]

Speed Limit Signs In Pettisville Removed, Now Just An Advisory



There is no longer a 35- mile-per-hour speed limit on Co. Rd. D in the Pettisville area. In fact, there actually never was one. Frank Onweller, Fulton County engineer, said while the speed limit signs were up in Pettisville for many years, a speed limit, or “speed revision,” had never actually been established. The white 35 mph speed limit signs […]

APD Resolves Juvenile Problem



Archbold police resolved a juvenile issue that started with a snowball fight. The report states at about 3 pm, Friday, Nov. 16, juveniles had been throwing snowballs at one another at a residence in the 100 block of South Defiance Street. The report states one of the youths went inside, but the others continued to throw snowballs. The youths remained […]

2018-11-28 E-Edition

Fundraisers Pull In Almost $29,000



The Pettisville Music Boosters raised $15,260 and the elementary Bird Walk brought in $13,586, Pettisville school board members were told at their Monday, Nov. 19 meeting. The Music Boosters raised the money through the operation of their open-air food stand at the Fulton County Fair. The group donated $8,000 to help offset costs of the music trip that high school […]


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