2018-12-19

Senior Citizen Menu



Week of Dec. 24-28 MONDAY- TUESDAY: closed. WEDNESDAY: cheeseburgers, potato wedges, seasoned spinach, mixed fruit. THURSDAY: beef vegetable soup, chicken salad sandwich, corn & corn chip salad, jello. FRIDAY: chicken & noodles, mashed potatoes, winter blend vegetables, pears.

JR. HIGH SPORTS DIGEST



Pettisville 8th Grade Boys Basketball Pettisville (4-1, 3-1 BBC) def. North Central 35-30, Saturday, Dec. 15. Pettisville 7th Grade Boys Basketball Hilltop def. Pettisville (1-3, 1-2 BBC) 40-15, Saturday, Dec. 8. Pettisville leading scorer: Zander Brown 5. Pettisville 7th Grade Girls Basketball Pettisville (4-2, 3-1 BBC) def. North Central 28-14, Saturday, Dec. 15. Pettisville leading scorer: Amanda Grimm 10.

Clergy’s Corner



The Chancel Choir of St. Martin’s Lutheran Church will present a series of Christmas anthems as a part of its regular Sunday morning worship, Sunday, Dec. 23 at 9 am. The choir will be joined by a string quartet, piano, organ, and guitar. The anthems represent a wide variety of styles and will be spread throughout the worship service.

PHS Boys Hold Off Rams, Improve To 4-1



Pettisville traveled to Defiance County to battle the Tinora Rams, Thursday, Dec. 13, coming away victorious 49-43 to up its record to 4-1. After a high-scoring first quarter with the Birds leading 18-17, both teams scored just six points in the second quarter for a 24-23 Pettisville halftime advantage. Tinora (1-3) tied the game at 31 at the end of […]

Archbold Police Log



Dec. 7 11:07 am: Suspicious person, 200 block N. Lincoln St., unfounded. 12:25 pm: Suspicious vehicle, East Gardens, no license plates. 1 pm: Follow-up, 300 block Stryker St. 2:42 pm: Domestic trouble, Archbold Medical Center. 4:15 pm: Suspicious vehicle, East Gardens, unfounded. 7:50 pm: Purse found at Dairy Queen, returned to owner. 9:17 pm: Assist fire-rescue, 700 block Murbach St. […]

OHSAA Adjusts Format For Boys Basketball State Semifinals



Changes are coming to the Ohio High School Athletic Association boys basketball state tournament, said Jerry Snodgrass, OHSAA executive director. Beginning with the 2019 state tournament, the boys basketball state semifinals will be doubleheader sessions, meaning fans will need only one ticket for both semifinal games of each division and will not need to leave the arena between those two […]

Western District 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.) Brittany Rodriguez, rural Archbold, expired driver license, $37, $93. Frances Dawn Breasure, Delta, speeding, 78-55, Co. Rd. 19, $100, $93. Kimberly Hazel Drewes, Archbold, improper backing, S. Defiance St., $102, $93. Jack Cole, […]

AHS Wrestling Hosts Annual Frickers Duals



Another stream of top wrestling teams from Ohio and Michigan converged at Defiance College to compete in the seventh annual Frickers dual meet tournament, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 14-15. The tournament, which is hosted by Archbold, has become an early-season test for the teams who compete in the two-day dual meetformat event. It featured 96 state-ranked wrestlers. Clay finished first, […]

Two Recently Sentenced



Fulton County Common Pleas Court handed down sentences against two men in court hearings on Thursday, Dec. 6 and Tuesday, Dec. 11: •Dylan Shepard, 22, Wauseon; indicted Oct. 24 on one count each, unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, disseminating matter harmful to juveniles; entered guilty plea to unlawful sexual conduct with a minor and was sentenced Dec. 6; during […]

Special Olympics Athletes Compete In Columbus



The Fulton County Special Olympics swim team traveled to Columbus the weekend of Dec. 1 to compete in the 47th annual Ohio Special Olympics State Swim Meet. Everyone on the Jaguars team received medals and ribbons from their races. Big winners from Archbold and Wauseon: Dillon Hayward, Wauseon, won gold in the 50-meter freestyle and silver in the 50m backstroke; […]


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