Eldred L. Buehrer

Eldred L. Buehrer, age 87, of Stryker, passed away Tuesday, April 23, 2019, at CHP-Defiance Area Inpatient Hospice. Eldred, along with his wife and sons, worked together to grow their business, Buehrer Power Equipment of Stryker, for 64 years. Eldred was born in Stryker on April 25, 1931, the son of Virgil and Alice (Wendling) Buehrer. On Sept. 9, 1951, […]


Fulton Co. Health Center April 13: Michelle & Kyle Borton, Wauseon, girl.

Investigate Threats Report

Archbold police investigated a report of threats. A man told officers on Wednesday, April 3, a co-worker had threatened him with physical harm and verbally assaulted him. When he reported the incident to his superiors at Bil-Jax, he was fired. Officers spoke with the supervisor and the suspect in the case. The supervisor said the “victim” had been spreading rumors […]


A Wauseon man was sentenced, Friday, April 12, to a seven-day jail term in a hearing in Fulton County Common Pleas Court: •Avante Koonce, 26; indicted Aug. 20, 2018, on one count, failure to provide notice of a change of address; entered guilty plea on Nov. 20, 2018, to charge; on Jan. 18, 2018, failed to provide written notice to […]


German Lutheran Heritage German Lutheran Heritage Association open meeting, Sunday, April 28, 2 p.m., Lutheran Social Services, St. Rts. 66 and 34, south of Archbold. See & hear about present Germany. Blood Drive Western Lake Erie Region of the American Red Cross blood drive: Monday, April 29, 11-4 p.m., Northwest State Community College, 22600 St. Rt. 34, Archbold.

Vandalism Case Resolved

The parents of juveniles who committed BB gun vandalism have agreed to take care of the matter, an Archbold police report states. Joe Short, rural Archbold, told police on Wednesday, April 10, that sometime after 4:30 pm the previous day, someone shot three windows at a vacant rental property he owns at 204 LaChoy Dr. Damage was estimated at $750. […]

Selgo Compliments Staff On Bus Crash Response

Jayson Selgo, Archbold school superintendent, recognized Linda Schmidt, district transportation coordinator; members of the school administrative team; and district bus drivers for their help during the March 27 school bus crash. Speaking at the Monday, April 15 school board meeting, Selgo said one thing he appreciated was the way the bus drivers came together to support JoAnn Cousino, driver of […]

What’s Going On?

David and Debbie (Sauder) David, Archbold, were seen in a photograph in the Toledo Blade, Sunday, April 21. They were “all smiles” at the Toledo Symphony 75th Anniversary Gala. About $25,000 was raised at the event, the newspaper said.

Three Charged In Trespassing Incident

Two people are charged with criminal trespassing and criminal damaging, and a third is charged with those offenses and obstructing official business following a Thursday, March 28, incident. Police were called to Kevin’s Plumbing and Heating about 12:37 am, Friday, March 29, on a report of a “suspicious person walking around a business, yelling and cursing,” the police report states. […]

One-Way Streets, Sidewalks Discussed At Council Meeting

Signs marking Depot Street as a one-way street and a sidewalk on West Holland Street were topics at the Monday, April 15, meeting of Archbold Village Council. Jordan Taylor, Archbold, approached council about a lack of signs designating Depot Street as open only to one-way (eastbound) traffic. For example, he said, for traffic coming from a point south of Depot […]

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