2019-03-20

Blueberry Brie Bites



1 box (15-count) mini phyllo shells 4 ounces Brie cheese, rind removed 1 cup fresh or frozen blueberries 1/2 teaspoon chopped, fresh thyme 1 tablespoon maple syrup Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Arrange phyllo shells on a baking sheet. Cut the Brie into small pieces (about 1/2 inch). Mix the blueberries, thyme, and maple syrup together in a bowl. Place […]

Spray Paint Vandalism



Christopher B. Pickering, 60, 415 Park Street, told Archbold police someone vandalized a shed on his property with spray paint. It is expected the damage was done sometime between 4 pm, Tuesday, March 12, and 4:30 pm, Wednesday, March 13. Police estimated the damage at $200.

Council Pays Off Water Plant Notes



Village Council learned officials of the village of Archbold have paid off the remaining debt on improvements at the Archbold Water Treatment plant. Donna Dettling, village administrator, told council the remaining notes used to finance the construction on the anion exchange water treatment system, a total of $613,570, were retired. She presented that information during the Monday, March 18 council […]

Archbold Police Log



March 8 1:47 pm: Traffic detail, 100 block N. Defiance St. 2:54 pm: Vehicle unlock, Sauder Woodworking Myers Road plant. 3:16 pm: Vehicle unlock, 300 block Sauder St. 5:50 pm: Wallet found at Sauder Woodworking Erie Distribution Center, returned to owner. 9:28 pm: Water main break, Frozen Specialties. 10:34 pm: Suspicious vehicle, unable to locate. 10:40 pm: Found property report, […]

Earns Degree



Matthew Sevey, Archbold, earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Grand Valley State University at the conclusion of the 2018 fall semester in December. A 2015 AHS graduate, he is the son of Keith and Cristie. —– Music is your own experience, your own thoughts, your wisdom. If you don’t live it, it won’t come out of your horn. […]

Meeting About Test Well Near Fayette Attracts Hundreds

Michindoh Aquifer

One thing was clear at a Tuesday, March 12 public information session at the Fayette School regarding a test well near Fayette for Artesian of Pioneer. The audience, which started out at around 400 to 500 people, was adamantly opposed to a plan to draw water from the aquifer and pipe it east to Toledo suburbs. Ed Kidston, of the […]

Fulton County Court News



Common Pleas Court Clayton Coleman, Swanton vs Heidi Mattas, Scottsdale, Ariz., obligor. URESA. Lindsey Randolph, Delta and Adam Randolph, Delta, petitioners. Dissolution. Randy Wyse, Jr., Wauseon and Ashtyn Wyse, Wauseon, petitioners. Dissolution. Towd Point Mortgage Trust, Salt City, Utah, plaintiff vs unknown heirs of Cindy A. Schmaus, address unknown. Other civil. Reineke Ford Lincoln, Inc., Findlay, plaintiff vs K&G Automotive, […]

FFA News



Recently elected Pettisville FFA officers are Jessica McWatters, president; Matt Rupp, vice president; Kearsten Zuver, secretary; Carson Bennett, treasurer; Andrew Hulbert, reporter; Ava Holyman, sentinel; Jaton Zuver, student advisor.

Honors Band



Above: Kate Roth, a Pettisville junior high student, participated in the six-county honors band event, Sunday, Feb. 17, in Toledo. Below: Hannah Huddle, a PHS band student, performed in the high school portion of the event.– courtesy photos

Auto Mishaps Reported



Archbold Police released several auto accident reports: •A vehicle-pedestrian mishap occurred about 10:21 am, Thursday, Feb. 28, in a parking lot at the Sauder Woodworking Myers Road plant. The report states Tonya Kunkle, 59, Alvordton, was walking southwest in the parking lot when she was struck by a car driven by Margaret Maynard, 74, Napoleon. Kunkle was not transported by […]


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