Batter Up!

Faith Wyse makes contact with the ball in Archbold’s Div. III sectional softball final, Friday, May 10.– photo by Mary Huber

BBC Scholar Athletes

The Buckeye Border Conference has named its spring scholar athletes. Students must be a junior or senior, be a varsity letterwinner, and have a minimum 3.25 gpa average. Pettisville Morgan Leppelmeier, Danielle King (4.0), Megan King (4.0), Kelly Miller (4.0), Ava Hoylman, Kate Stuber, Emily Dimick, Sarah Foor, Heather Sauder, Graeme Jacoby, track. Logan Rufenacht, Austin Horning, baseball. Starr Kessinger, […]


Archbold Track NWOAL Championships, Saturday, May 11, at Wauseon Girls Liberty Center 146.5, Archbold 110, Patrick Henry 87, Bryan 75, Wauseon 66.5, Swanton 39, Delta 36, Evergreen 10 200: 1. Chaney Brodbeck 28.09; 8. Rebecca Stevenson 30.2. 400: 1. Sophie Rupp 1:02.94; 7. Annika DeLong 1:10.72. 1600: 7. Rayne Kinsman 6:17.79. 100 hurdles: 1. Leah McQuade 17.79; 5. J.J. Gericke […]

KOGS: Training We Hope Girls Never Have To Use

It is a terrible thing that KOGS, or Keeping Our Girls Safe, exists. But we must recognize and salute it for the service it provides. The group gives self-defense training to women and girls, techniques they can use to escape an attacker. KOGS was formed after the 2016 abduction and murder of Sierah Joughin. It was started by Joughin’s friends […]

Old Photo Corner

Jack Miller and his dog, Duke, pull a wagon with Jack’s brother, Mike, possibly during the last Homecoming parade in Archbold. They were representing Archbold Truck Line.– photo courtesy Patricia Miller

Golden Notes Of Archbold’s Memorable Past

Ten Years Ago Wednesday, May 20, 2009 Christy Motor Sales and Terry Henricks Chysler- Dodge-Jeep will continue to offer products from their respective manufacturers. The automakers announced they will take franchises from some dealers. Chrysler said it will quit supporting 780 dealerships; General Motors was to notify 1,000 dealers they had lost the GM product lines. Chrysler is currently in […]

Should Library Get “No Guns” Sign?

The Archbold Community Library Board discussed, but took no action on, posting a sign at the door prohibiting guns from the library during its Wednesday, May 8 meeting. The question is not whether or not to ban guns; possession of firearms is already banned in the library policy manual. Sonya Huser, library director, said the policy has not been reviewed […]

A Different Zoo

AHS instrumental music students hosted a different kind of petting zoo, a Musical Instrument Petting Zoo, on Thursday May 9. Ariah Qaimari, an AHS junior, helps Clayton Buehrer, a fourth grader, try out a baritone during the event.– photo by David Pugh

Pettisville School Board Meets New Staff

Pettisville School Board met with five new staff members at its regular meeting, Monday, May 13. Two are filling new positions in the special education field. Jamie Fox was hired to serve as a special education teacher in the lower grades, serving primarily hearing impaired students and their families. Fox earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Ball State University, […]

A Bear Of A Steer

Amberlyn Whitson an AHS FFA member, brought her steer, Bear, to the FFA Petting Zoo, Friday, May 10, at the school barn. Petting Bear is Archbold kindergartner Kian Pendleton.– photo by David Pugh

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