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Published by Forrest R. Church, 2017-09-26 19:58:54

The Village Reporter - September 27th, 2017

The Village Reporter - September 27th, 2017

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W E E K LY N O RT H W E S T O H I O - W I L L I A M S & F U LTO N C O U N T Y N E W S

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH, 2017 (USPS 168-440) - VOLUME 9 EDITION 39

THIS WEEK IN Williams County Four County Career Center Students See
SWCD Turns 70 Consequences Of Drunk & Distracted Driving
TvHIELLAGE reporter
By: James Pruitt assistance.
Eighteen Indicted By THE VILLAGE REPORTER Eighteen-year-old Kevin (Thomas),
Williams County Grand Jury
A horrible two-car accident was staged who is studying law enforcement and se-
•••• in the east parking lot of the school and curity tactics, is the driver of the red car.
Veterans Replacing students got a front-row seat to the car- He and his passenger, Brooklyn (Dye) a
War Memorial Monuments nage. The scene unfolded with members health careers student, have been par-
of the Archbold-German Township and tying and drinking at an Archbold home
In Montpelier Ridgeville Township fire departments, and were on their way home. Due to his
•••• Henry County Sheriff’s Department, St. impairment, he ran a red light and hit
Vincent’s Life Flight as well as Grisier’s another vehicle in the intersection. Kev-
Edon Homecoming Funeral Home played their parts. in was the only one wearing a seat belt.
Court Announced Although conscious, he is screaming to
The story involved four teenagers in his friend who is not responding.
•••• two cars who collided on SR 34 and 66.
Details On Delta Apple Fest All the students had been drinking, tex- Brooklyn, 16, is the one not respond-
ting and driving. Matt (Baerlin), a Culi- ing. She was thrown through the wind-
•••• nary Arts Managent student, played the shield on impact because she wasn’t
Revival Seen As driver of a white car. While dazed and wearing a safety belt. She may be dead.
Booster Shot For West Unity confused, he manages to call 9-1-1 for
Church Attendees CONTINUED ON PAGE 10

••••
Rahman Rejoins
Swanton Police Department

••••
Super Streaks Returns To
Archbold Elementary School

••••
Delta Elementary
Rewarded For Reading

••••

S SReporter
PORT PHOTO BY JAMES PRUITT, STAFF

WILLIAMS & FULTON COUNTY (NORTHWEST OHIO) SPORTS ACTION FAIR EXHIBIT ... The main display for the local Soil
and Water Conservation District was seen at the Wil-
Bryan’s Dani Hickey Signs Letter Of Montpelier Locomotives Defeat liams County Fair.
Intent To Bowl For Ottawa University Stryker Panthers In Five Sets

PHOTOS BY ANGI CAMPOS, STAFF By: James Pruitt
THE VILLAGE REPORTER
PHOTO BY TIM KAYS, STAFF
FUTURE OTTAWA BRAVE ... Bryan Lady Bear blue chip bowling prospect Danika The Williams Soil and Water Conservation District
Hickey signs her letter of intent to take her standout skills to Ottawa University, has been working with farmers to keep the environ-
beginning in the 2018-19 campaign. Shown flanking Dani are her parents, Bruce ment clean for 70 years. The non-profit agency has
Stevens and Annette Kubiske. Standing in the back is Ottawa Bowling Coach Geoff been celebrating the milestone all year and the festivi-
Poston, and Dani’s long-time coach, Eric Dohner. ties will conclude with an annual banquet in Novem-
ber. Fairgoers in Montpelier got to see several displays
By: Timothy Kays for the Lady Bears. On the afternoon of VIEW ALL PHOTOS OF THIS EVENT FOR that looked back on the office’s existence and those
THE VILLAGE REPORTER September 22, Dani took a major step FREE AT WWW.THEVILLAGEREPORTER.COM who led the organization.
forward in addressing her future beyond
Anyone who would dare judge the Bryan High School, as she signed her The idea for a Soil and Water Conservation District
bowling skills of one Miss Danika Hick- letter of intent to bring her potent and came following the Dust Bowl days of the 1930s. Con-
ey by her diminutive size is looking for polished game to the State of Kansas gress approved the Soil Conservation Act in 1935 and
a crash course in humility. Dani is the as a member of the Ottawa University later created the Soil Conservation Service (SCS) in
reason that someone coined the phrase, Women’s Bowling squad. 1937 within the Department of Agriculture (USDA) and
“Dynamite comes in small packages.”
This dynamo of a Bryan Lady Bear se- First year Ottawa Braves Bowling CONTINUED ON PAGE 10
nior carries an average per game score of Coach, Geoff Poston, committed a lot of
over 200, and she’s only getting better. time and effort in securing this Bryan
While this is a major lamentation for all blue chip prospect. That in its own right
of her area competition, there is a silver speaks volumes, as Coach Poston is no
lining for the opposition in the fact that stranger to taking high-ceiling prospects
Dani is coming into her final campaign
CONTINUED TO PAGE 30

Hilltop Cadets Beat ADDITIONAL PHOTOS ON PAGE 37

Edon Bombers In A Thriller Archbold Wins Third

Straight NWOAL Golf Title

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS ON PAGE 27 ADDITIONAL PHOTOS ON PAGE 40

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Save on All Serta PHOTO BY JAMES PRUITT, STAFF
Mattresses
FIRST ON THE SCENE ... As the accident unfolds, emergency personnel including
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Chief were the first to respond to the scene. They called for additional backup and
Wednesday, September 27th, 2017 “The Village Reporter” / Weekly Northwest Ohio (Williams & Fulton County News) - 25 an ambulance and the Heavy Rescue Unit from Ridgeville arrived.

Chili Cook-Off Renews Friendly Edgerton Scout Completes
Rivalry & Fun In Downtown Wauseon Nature Trail Improvements

PHOTOS BY CORY JOHNSON, STAFF By: Cory Johnson By: James Pruitt the school crossing guard. The school’s
THE VILLAGE REPORTER THE VILLAGE REPORTER crossing guard got another job and his
AMERICAN PRIDE ... The Wauseon Fire last day was Sept. 22. Riehle wanted to
Department flies the American flag over Even as temperatures soared to his- Edgerton insurance rates will be in- know if the village would be willing to
downtown Wauseon from their 100’ aer- toric levels on Saturday, downtown creasing 2 percent for 2018. This is less assist with this position.
ial tower. Wauseon was abuzz with vendors, activ- than the respective 5 percent rate in-
ities, music and patrons with a hunger creases the village received in both 2016 After discussion council took no ac-
for chili at the city’s annual Chili Cook- and 2017. The village’s insurance costs tion. Fitzcharles praised Eric Gruver,
Off and Family Fest. are still be well below what they were who completed his Eagle Scout Project
2015 and before. at Miller Park. “It looks amazing and I
The event has become a tradition for am proud of the work that Eric and his
many area residents to either enter the Council work session Capital Plan team completed,” Fitzcharles said.
contest or taste-test their way through and Budget preparation- Village Admin-
the competitors to vote for the best bowl istrator Dawn Fitzcharles and Fiscal The nature trail provides a close-to-
of chili as determined by their taste Office Denise Knecht have been work- home outdoor activity and enhances
buds. For Mayor Kathy Huner, the event ing with each department to identify the village’s 84-acre park. Within the
has an even more significant meaning the capital and budget needs for next next couple of weeks, the nature trail
as, while serving on city council, she year. Council will have a work session will receive a new sign and will be re-
helped bring it to life with former May- with department heads at 6 p.m. Nov. 6. dedicated. There have been multiple is-
or Jerry Dehnbostel now 12 years ago. Fitzcharles attended the county meeting sues regarding vandalism around town
“We felt that we needed to do something regarding Ohio Public Works, Sept. 19. at multiple locations. The village is tak-
downtown to promote the downtown She gave a brief update regarding the ing steps to ensure safety.
merchants … so we decided to try this grant status.
and it has been going strong ever since,” Knecht told the council the village
she said. East Hull Street Improvements tied will be investing some funds from its
for first with the county scoring but now checking account into certificates of
In addition to the competition be- is subject to the decisions made at the deposit to earn higher rate of return as
tween seven chili vendors representing district meeting. The same process as has been done in the past. The village
various organizations and businesses, last year will be followed by applying for has multiple certificates with stagger-
the event has expanded to include free federal dollars to help with the project. ing maturity dates throughout the year
inflatables, face painting, local music West Hull Street Project scored lower to ensure that funds will be available if
acts, kid’s fingerprinting and, most re- than East Hull. needed.
cently, health screenings by the Fulton
... Edgerton School Superintendent Ker- James can be reached at
mit Riehle contacted Fitzcharles about james@thevillagereporter.com
CONTINUED ON PAGE 10

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Local Obituaries

Margaret Hageman (1922 - 2017) Loren Pennington (1938 - 2017) Donald Baker Sr. (1934 - 2017)

Margaret R. Hageman, Loren E. Pennington, Donald R. Baker Sr., age 82 of Lyons, passed
age 95, of Bryan, passed age 79, of rural Fayette, away at the Toledo Hospital on Monday, September
away on Friday, Septem- passed away Friday, Sep- 18, 2017.
ber 22, 2017, at Genesis tember 22, 2017, at his
Health Care in Bryan. home. Loren had been a He was born in Only, TN on October 30, 1934
lifelong area farmer. the late Farris Baker Sr. and Lillian (Brake) Baker.
Prior to her retire- Don graduated from Hickman County School in
ment in 1987 she had Loren was born in Centerville, TN.
been a school teacher for Wauseon on January 21,
28 years, having taught 1938, the son of Everett On December 19, 1954 he married Bonnie “Jew-
at Tinora Schools and and Catherine (Ely) Pen- ell” Thompson and they shared 62 years together
Pioneer- North Central nington. On November until her passing on March 20, 2017.
Schools. 24, 1956, he married Ar-
lene Mahnke, and she For over 35 years Don worked for the Interna-
Margaret was born iin survives. He was a mem- tional Union of Operating Engineers as a heavy
Columbus, Ohio on Feb- ber of Emmaus Luther- equipment operator for S.E. Johnson now called
ruary 7, 1922, the daugh- an Church in Wauseon Shelley. Don enjoyed cutting firewood, garden-
ter of George and Ethel where he had held numerous positions. For over 30 ing and most of spending time with his family and
(Lambert) King. On February 22, 1941, she married years he had managed the Pork Stand at the Fulton grandchildren.
Sheldon “Ike” Hageman, and he preceded her in death County Fair. He had also served on the School Board
in 2009. She was a member of the Evansport United for Evergreen Schools for 20 years, and in 1998 he He is survived by children, Patrick Lynn Bak-
Methodist Church. was inducted into the Fulton County Agriculture Hall er, Donna (Kevin) Neifer, Gloria Baker, Donald
Surviving are children, Rick (Janet) Hageman, of Fame. Loren enjoyed supporting the grandchildren Ray (Ann) Baker, Jr. and Sheldon Baker; thirteen
Peggy (Terry) Castor, and Brenda (Dave) Cline; grand- at school and sporting events. grandchildren, Joe, Mark, Jeremy, Jamie, Katie Jo,
children, Kelly Castor Myers, Kim Castor Martinez, Surviving are his wife, Arlene; children, Gary (Lu- Lindsey, Jenna, Kyle, Ashlee, Logan, Hudson, Lil-
Courtney Castor Munsey, Jeramie Cline, Jason Cline, ann) Pennington of Fayette, Cindy (David) Pinkelman lian and Stephen; twenty-two great-grandchildren;
Brent Hageman, Kasey Hageman, Chelsea Hageman; of Delta, Pam (Gary) Wilson of Swanton, Linda (Tim) four brothers and three sisters.
15 great-grandchildren; and nine great-great-grand- Good of Swanton and Joe (Ellen) Pennington of New
children. Bavaria, Ohio. He is also survived by 17 grandchil- In lieu of flowers, memorials contributions can
Visitation for Margaret will be held from 11:00 A.M. dren; 19 great-grandchildren (with four more on the be made to the family. Online condolences may
until 1:00 P.M. on Friday, September 29, 2017, at the way); sister, Darlene (Robert) McCormick of Sylvania; be sent to the family through our website at www.
Evansport United Methodist Church, where the fu- and sister-in-law, Sandy Pennington of Wauseon. He barnesfuneralchapel.com.
neral service will immediately follow at 1:00 P.M., with was preceded in death by his parents, and brother,
Pastor Greg Coleman, officiating. Interment will follow Kendall Pennington. ADDITIONAL OBITUARIES ON PAGE 3
in the Evansport Cemetery. The family requests that The family requests that memorial contributions
in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions be given to be given to Emmaus Lutheran Church or Evergreen Reporter
family choice. Online condolences may be offered to Local Schools for the benefit of the Loren Pennington www.thevillagereporter.com
the family at www.grisierfh.com. Grisier Funeral Home Learning Center. Online condolences may be offered
in Stryker has been entrusted with arrangements. to the family at www.grisierfh.com. Edgar-Grisier Fu- YOUR HOMETOWN NEWS SOURCE FOR WILLIAMS & FULTON COUNTY, OHIO
neral Home in Wauseon has been entrusted with ar-
George Beatty (1936 - 2017) rangements. NORTHWEST OHIO COVERAGE AREAS

On March 23, 1936, Teresa O’Neil (1958 - 2017) REGULATION & POLICY:
God made a farmer, and
on September 21, 2017, Teresa Rae “Terri” * “The Village Reporter” holds the right to refuse service and/or deter-
God called him home. O’Neil, age 59, of Wauseon mine information posted within our publication.
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a courageous battle with * Newspapers are mailed concurrently and cannot be held. Please sub-
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Tiny’s Dairy Barn in * “Letters To The Editor” are welcomed. Publication is left to the discre-
He was born in West Wauseon and had also tion of the publisher/editor with respect given to opinion, yet protection
Unity, Ohio, to George worked for Chief Super- given to the subject. Letters must be limited to a word count of 500.
Glenn and Mae (Netcher) market for more than 20 * It is the goal of “The Village Reporter” to present news in a fair and
Beatty. He was a 1954 years. In Terri’s giving balanced format. “The Village Reporter” makes every effort to stay neu-
graduate of West Unity fashion, she became an tral in political and other debatable issues. It is the desire of the com-
High School, where he organ donor to give others pany to print facts and allow our readers to process information, draw-
was involved in FFA and a renewed chance at life. ing their own opinions.
received his State and American Farmer Degrees. * Newspaper counter sales are available throughout Williams and Ful-
At the age of 23, upon the passing of his father, Terri was born on April ton Counties in Northwest Ohio.
George took over the family farm which was estab- 18, 1958 in Wauseon, Ohio the daughter of Thomas * Newspaper deadline for submitting news releases, sports statistics
lished in 1835. On July 26th, 1958, he married Corrin Charles and the late Frances Leona (Grisier) Yackee. and advertisements stands at the Friday prior to publication by 5:00
Meyers and together they were married 50 wonderful On August 21, 1982 she married Shawn O’Neil and he p.m.
years and raised four children. survives. She enjoyed flower gardening, her grandkids, * “The Village Reporter” publishes 49 editions per year with two non
In his lifetime, he was a Pioneer Seed Salesman, motorcycle trips, cooking and cleaning, Tiny’s Dairy print weeks during the summer and one non print week around the
a 4-H Advisor, a grain farmer, cattle feeder, breeder Barn and spending time with family and friends. holidays.
and livestock relocator, starting his own trucking com-
pany, Bovinland Inc., in 1994. Surviving besides her husband Shawn, are daugh- 115 Broad Street, Montpelier, Ohio
After Corrin’s passing in 2008, George was blessed ters; Andrea (Kelly) Gleckler of Lyons, Tara (Eric) Su- Open: Mon. - Fri. (9 a.m. - 5 p.m).; Sat. (9 a.m. - 12 p.m.)
to find love again and married Janice Humbarger on arez of Wauseon, Breena (David) Sallows of Fayette
February 19th, 2011. and Shannon (Jordan Vocke) O’Neil of Napoleon. Also Phone: (419) 485-4851 / Fax: (877) 778-9425
George was a member of the Unity Antique Trac- surviving are grandchildren; Justin Gleckler, Jalen, Email: publisher@thevillagereporter.com
tor Club and enjoyed pulling with his Olivers in local Jazlynn and Braxton Suarez and Baby Girl Sallows, Website: www.thevillagereporter.com
tractor pulls with his grandsons. He was a member of her father Thomas Charles Yackee, siblings; Cecilia
Solid Rock Community Church, West Unity. (Steve) Nartker of Napoleon, Alvin “Pete” (Liz) Yackee Buy A Newspaper Copy At:
In addition to his wife, he is also survived by his of Wauseon, Rex (Liz) Yackee of Ennis, TX, Tim (Grace)
children, George Kevin (Tina) Beatty, Rhonda Throne, Yackee of Perrysburg, OH and lots of nieces and neph- STRYKER EDGERTON
Jane (Richard) Lesniak, all of West Unity, and Sari ews. Preceding her in death besides her mother was Stryker Main Stop Main Stop, C-Store
(Harold) Brown of Monterey, TN, and a step-son, Ger- her father-in-law and mother-in-law; Thomas and Su- WEST UNITY
ry (Heather) Humbarger of Montpelier. Grandchil- zanne O’Neil, niece; Rachel Yackee and great-nephew Valero, Shamrock, WAUSEON
dren, Kristen Kerr, George Brian (Brianna) Beatty, Cooper Finn Davis. Chief Supermarket,
Stephanie (Brady) Ruffer, Jason Throne, Jenna (Bri- Dollar General Marathon, Walmart
an) Browneller, Morgan McCandless, Josh, Jake and The family requests that memorial contributions FAYETTE Courtview Mart Shell,
Justin Lesniak, Damon Brown, Cole (Callie) Brown, be made to either Sarah’s Garden, Life Connections of Circle K, Dollar General
Zachary Brown, eight great-grandchildren, ten step- Ohio or St. Vincent NICU. Online condolences may be Circle K, Main Stop,
grandchildren, sixteen step-great-grandchildren, and made to the family at www.GrisierFH.com. Funeral ar- Dollar General PIONEER/HOLIDAYCITY
a sister, Margaret (James) Opicka of Kettering, Ohio. rangements have been entrusted to the Edgar-Grisier ARCHBOLD Main Stop, Village Market,
Preceding him in death were two sisters, Dorothy Funeral Home in Wauseon. Valero,
Miller and Mary Lou JoHantgen, and a step-daughter, Super Value, Dollar General,
Sherri Thompson of Montpelier. Kathy Harbin (1956 - 2017) Hutch’s Marathon,
Oberlin-Turnbull Funeral Home is in charge of ar- Rite Aid, Circle K, EDON / BLAKESLEE
rangements. Interment will take place at Floral Grove Kathy L. Harbin, 61 Dollar General, Pop Shop
Cemetery, West Unity. years, of Bryan, passed Slattery
Preferred Memorials are to West Unity FFA, Beatty away Thursday, Septem- DELTA Shamrock
Memorial. ber 21, 2017 with her Dollar General, Kwik Stop LYONS
Condolences may be sent to the family or the online family at her side. Main Stop
guest book may be signed at www.oberlinturnbull.com Delta Speedway SWANTON
Kathy was born April MONTPELIER Dollar General
Ella Koch-Patterson (1934 - 2017) 26, 1956, in Bryan, the Ace Automotive, METAMORA
daughter of the late Freder-
Ella M. (Kemarly) Koch-Patterson, 83, of Montpe- ick M. and Linda L. (Hoff- Main Stop, TMart
lier and formerly of the Sarasota, Florida area passed man) Walker. Kathy was a Circle K, BRYAN
away early Thursday morning at Defiance Area Inpa- homemaker, tending to the Dollar General, Rowes, Circle K, Main Stop,
tient Hospice. needs of her family. She Millers New Market, Fountain City Ice House,
had attended Grace Com- Two Brothers Market, Dollar General, Walmart
She was born on July 4, 1934, in Bryan to Harry R. munity Church. Kathy Rings Pharmacy Phil’s One Stop
and Beatrice H. (Gregg) Kemarly. She married Donald enjoyed being outside, gar-
Larry Patterson and he preceded her in death. dening, mowing the lawn, PETTISVILLE
fishing or bird watching. She also enjoyed spending time Sunday’s Market
During her time in Florida Ella worked for several with her pets and cooking. She truly treasured the time
insurance companies and was the 1991 Florida Insur- she could spend with her family. Postmaster, please send address corrections to:
ance Women of the Year. She loved reading, animals Surviving are her two children, Mindy (Todd) Meckley
and living the farm life as a young girl. Ella enjoyed Sr., of New Castle, Pennsylvania and Anthony Booher of THE VILLAGE REPORTER
trips to the driving range and her work, she especially Bryan; six grandchildren, Gage, Makayla, Ethan, Todd
loved working for the Pentagon. She also was an avid Jr., Alexis and Devan; two great-grandchildren; her com- 115 Broad Street, Montpelier, Ohio 43543
bowler both in Florida and in Montpelier. panion, Dwight Cain of Camden, Michigan; three sisters,
Vickie (Dave) Birkhold of Montpelier, Deb (Mark) Oliph- Periodical Mail Postage Paid At Bryan, OH 43506
She is survived by her children, Roxanna Koch of ant of Bryan and Bobbie (Monte) Howell of Montpelier;
Montpelier, Donny Patterson, Kathryn (Scott) Johnson one brother, Todd (Tina) Walker of Bryan. She was pre-
and Michelle Patterson all of Florida; four grandchil- ceded in death by her parents and one brother, Scott
dren; one great grandchild; and one brother, Donald Walker.
Kemarly of Onarga, IL. Those planning an expression of sympathy are asked
to consider memorial donations be given to the Defiance
Ella was preceded in death by her parents, husband County Humane Society or to the American Cancer So-
Donald Larry Patterson, children Monica Patterson ciety.
and Jeff Patterson, and sister Evelyn Copeland. You can send your condolences or share your mem-
ories with the family by visiting Kathy’s obituary page
Memorial contributions may be given to the Ameri- at www.oberlinturnbull.com
can Lung Association. Condolences can be left at
www.thethompsonfuneralhome.com.

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2 - “The Village Reporter” / Weekly Northwest Ohio (Williams & Fulton County News) Wednesday, September 27th, 2017


Obits (Continued) Geraldine Cox (1926 - 2017) Fulton County Sportmen
Club To Host Open Forum
Pauline Buldas (1919 - 2017) Geraldine E. Cox, 90
years, of Bryan, passed An open forum to discuss the possible elimination
Pauline Buldas, 98, of away Friday morning, of the Division of Wildlife will be held at 8 p.m. in the
Montpelier, passed away September 22, 2017 at Fulton County Sportsmen Club on October 3, 2017.
on September 23, 2017 at Genesis Healthcare-Bryan The meeting is open to the public, especially those in-
Evergreen Manor Nursing Center, Bryan. terested in outdoor activities.
Home in Montpelier.
Geri was born Octo- FCSC members will host representatives from the
She was born in Zevgo- ber 28, 1926 in Montpe- Sportsmen’s Alliance who wish to stop the Ohio De-
latio, Corinth Greece in lier, Ohio, the daughter of partment of Natural Resources (ODNR) from taking
1919 to John and Marina the late Harold and Clara over the responsibilities of the Division of Wildlife.
Andrianos and was the (Cloyd) Greenman.
last living of their five chil- According to an article on Sportsmenalliance.org,
dren. Like many immi- She was a 1944 gradu- several sportsmen’s groups believe that ODNR is plan-
grants of her era, in 1949, ate of Montpelier High ning to consolidate the Division of Wildlife into other
she had the strength and School. Geri married ODNR agencies or remove wildlife law enforcement
courage to leave her fami- Ralph E. Cox on January from the division. ODNR Director Jim Zehringer has
ly and homeland to escape 15, 1946 in Montpelier, denied any plans to eliminate the Division of Wildlife;
poverty and a post World and he preceded her in death on March 20, 1994. Geri however, many sportsmen and women aren’t con-
War II Civil War. This strength and courage sustained was a Sales Clerk for the former Gorny-Winzler Store vinced.
her throughout her 98 years. Widowed in 1963, she for 37 years. She was a member of the Bryan First
raised her three young children. Church of Christ, where she served as the Choir Direc- The ODNR has removed 9 personnel from the Divi-
She was a very loving and devoted mother, grand- tor for many years. Geri was a member of the DAR. sion of Wildlife since July. Some have been terminated
mother and great-grandmother, continuously encour- She was a volunteer for the Williams County Humane while others were forced to transfer to other jobs. Also,
aging achievement and independence. She was very Society. Geri enjoyed bowling as well as spending time the Sportsmen’s Alliance has conducted independent
proud of becoming an American citizen in 1964 and with her family. research that shows the Division of Wildlife faces a
was an outspoken, life-long democrat. Although in Surviving are her three sons, Martin E. (Dee) Cox $220 million shortfall over the next ten years if fees for
her fifties, she was determined to learn to drive. She of Bryan, Steven C. (Kathy M.) Cox of Lake Charles, licenses are not increased soon. ODNR officials claim
learned to do so, while driving around the Williams Louisiana and Bradley A. (Amy M.) Cox of Bryan; four that the Division of Wildlife is solvent.
county fairgrounds and everyone in town knew her big grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. She was
blue Cadillac. preceded in death by her parents, husband, Ralph, For more information about the possible increase in
Pauline performed all domestic skills masterfully and infant daughter and one sister, Charlene. fees and licenses for hunters and anglers and how the
including cooking (especially her Greek meatballs), Those planning an expression of sympathy are elimination of the Division of Wildlife could affect out-
Greek pastry baking, sewing of garments without the asked to consider memorial donations be given to The doorsmen, the FCSC urges people to attend this public
use of patterns and growing magnificent roses. Williams County Humane Society. meeting at it’s the FCSC clubhouse just north of the
We will forever miss her quick wit, wisdom and love You can send your condolences or share your mem- Wauseon Walmart.
for her family. ories with the family by visiting Gerri’s obituary page
She was preceded in death by her husband, John at www.oberlinturnbull.com For more information about the Fulton County
Buldas and daughter-in-law Constance (Nicolen) Bul- Sportsmen Club, visit the website www.fultonco-
das. She is survived by her three children: Marina Lung Leon Shoup (1922 - 2017) sportsmenclub.org/about_us.html or follow the club
(Bruce), George Buldas (Dena), and James Buldas. on Facebook.
Her six grandchildren: John Lung (Kenzi), James Lung Leon A. Shoup, 95, be-
(Amy), Angela Buldas, John Buldas (Abbey), James loved husband, father and Joe Crookston To Take The Stage
Buldas (Maria), Jenna Gawronski (Steve) and six great grandfather, passed away At The Fayette Opera House
grandchildren: Christopher and Nicholas Lung, Val- on Saturday, September
entino Buldas, Theodore Buldas, Konstantina Buldas, 23, 2017 on the family PHOTO PROVIDED
and Vincent and Juliana Gawronski. farm in Montpelier, Ohio
Donations may be made to Holy Trinity Greek Or- where he was born on Au- Joe Crookston is a songwriter, guitarist, painter, fid-
thodox Cathedral in Toledo, Ohio. Online condolences gust 14, 1922 to Albert dler, eco-village member and believer in all things
can be left at www.thethompsonfuneralhome.com. and Myrtle (Faber) Shoup. possible. Named 2016 Folk Alliance International
Leon graduated from Artist-in- Residence and signed to Tamulevich Artist
Sandra Burkhard (1944 - 2017) Montpelier High School Management, his recording Able Baker Charlie & Dog
in 1939. He honorably was awarded Album of the Year by Folk alliance Inter-
Sandra “Sandy” A. Burkhard, 73, of De Tour, Michi- served his country in the national. He will surprise you and he’ll awaken the
gan and formerly of Nettle Lake passed away Wednes- United States Army dur- cynics. His songs are being made into films and are
day evening at Park View North in Fort Wayne, Indi- ing WWII and was active being printed in songbooks. Joe’s live performances
ana. with the Occupation of are multi-media celebrations of art and possibility with
VETERAN Japan. looped fiddle, video, slide guitar and SONGS.
She was born on April 28, 1944 in Toledo, Ohio to In 1956 he married his Travel mystical, historical, and humorous roads, and
Ernest and Lillian (Kempski) Mazurkiewicz. She mar- love, Lila Irene Ames in twist through lush sonic landscapes along the way.
ried Larry L. Burkhard on June 21, 1985 in Toledo and Bryan and they lived together on the family farm for Oklahoma towns, rattlesnake tails, Taoist parables
he survives. 58 years before her passing on February 18, 2015. In and drunk roosters. At the end of the night, you’ll leave
1959 the couple adopted son, Lane and in 1961 they inspired. The Long Note in Irish culture is that place
Per Sandra’s wishes there will not be a visitation adopted sibling daughters, Lori and Linda. of resonance and transcendence where the music, the
or services. Condolences can be left for the family at Leon was a farmer and all of his hobbies related voices, the instruments, and the community ALL come
www.thethompsonfuneralhome.com. to agriculture. He was a member of West Bethesda together and unite. Join us at the Opera House for an
Church and a 50- year member of First Presbyterian evening of great music. Tickets are $12.00 General Ad-
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(Residential, Business, Church, Agricultural & More) and played an active role within the Montpelier com-
• 3D & Flat Murals • Interior Painting & Theming munity. Leon was well loved and will be dearly missed. Four County Career Center
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Leon was preceded in death by his parents, wife, ing these hours. No appointments or customers will
FULTON COUNTY SPORTSMEN’S CLUB IS PLEASED TO HOST Lila Shoup, all of his brothers, sisters and in-laws. He be accepted after 1:00 p.m. and no chemical service
was the last living family member of his generation. appointments after 12:00 noon.
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students under the supervision of licensed cosmetolo-
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POLICE, EMT, FIRE, TRAFFIC & COURT NEWS

WAUSEON POLICE imal call ing under suspension – 2nd case. Fine: session. Fine: $150; Costs: $98. Opera-
(September 13) Glenwood @ Hemlock, (September 18) 230 Clinton St., Civil $500; Costs: $89; Jail: 90 days with tor’s license suspended from September
Animal call matter 80 days suspended. Operator’s license 20, 2017 to March 19, 2018.
(September 13) 115 E. Linfoot St., Zone (September 19) 15165 State Hwy. 2, suspended from September 8, 2017 to
violation Suspicious person December 7, 2017. No future violations Stuller, Juliet D. (Bryan, Ohio). Com-
(September 13) 704 Fairway Dr. Unit (September 19) 840 Parkview Ave., Lar- within next 2 years. Work release grant- plicity. Fine: $200; Costs: $94; Jail: 30
208, Larceny ceny ed. days with 30 days suspended. No future
(September 13) 600-B Hemlock, Juve- (September 19) 1285 N. Shoop Ave. Unit violations within next 2 years. Restitu-
niles in wooded area 13 Mackie, James L. (Bryan, Ohio). Stop tion of $224.97. Obstructing official
(September 13) 207 W. Leggett St., In- (September 19) 713 Third St., Run away sign. Fine: $65; Costs: $85. business. Fine: $200; Costs: $45; Jail:
vestigate complaint or unruly 30 days with 30 days suspended. No fu-
(September 13) 1285 N. Shoop Ave., (September 19) 713 Third St., Welfare Missler, Anthony J. (Bryan, Ohio). ture violations within next 2 years.
Unit 1C check Traffic control device. Fine: $46; Costs:
(September 13) 831 W. Linfoot St., (September 19) 15165 State Hwy. 2, $79. Watkins, Paige T. (Bryan, Ohio).
Alarm drop Vandalism Open container. Fine: $50; Costs: $40.
(September 13) N. Shoop Ave. @ E. Lin- (September 19) 495 E. Airport Hwy., Moats Landis, Ava K. (Bryan, Ohio).
foot St., Investigate complaint Lost/found/recovered 69/55 speed. Fine: $46; Costs: $79. FULTON COUNTY TRAFFIC
(September 14) N. Shoop Ave. @ E. Elm (September 19) 840 W. Elm St. Unit Abec, Patrick J. (Swanton, Ohio).
St., Hit-skip 1205, Investigate complaint Myers, Alexis L. (Defiance, Ohio). 70/55 speed. Fine: $47; Costs: $80.
(September 14) Cherry St. @ N. Fulton, (September 19) 210 S. Fulton St., Ju- 77/55 speed. Fine: $71; Costs: $79. Ailiff, Irene (Lyons, Ohio). 66/50
Suspicious vehicle veniles speed. Fine: $47; Costs: $88.
(September 14) 407 E. Park St., Hit-skip (September 19) 621 Ottokee St., 911 Osickey, Joel B. (Bryan, Ohio). Ex- Armstrong, William Jr. (Wauseon,
(September 14) E. Linfoot St.@ N. Shoop hang up contact in person pired operator’s license. Fine: $71; Ohio). Assured clear distance ahead.
Ave., Accident (property damage) (September 19) 840 Parkview , Juveniles Costs: $79. Fine: $37; Costs: $88.
(September 14) N. Shoop Ave@Oak St., Bechstein, Thomas M. (Delta, Ohio).
Disabled vehicle WILLIAMS COUNTY TRAFFIC Oskey, Crystal D. (Bryan, Ohio). Fail- 71/55 speed. Fine: $77; Costs: $80.
(September 14) 840 Parkview Ave., Sex Bittinger, Brian E. (Lyons, Ohio). ure to display operator’s license. Fine: Bueno, Juan J. (Wauseon, Ohio).
offense Seat belt. Fine: $30; Costs: $40. $350; Costs: $79. Operator’s license 65/45 speed. Fine: $100; Costs: $88.
(September 15) 840 W. Elm St., Acci- Bost, Alexander C. (Bryan, Ohio). suspended from August 16, 2017 to Chiera, Martha J. (Delta, Ohio). Seat
dent-injury 68/55 speed. Fine: $46; Costs: $79. September 15, 2017. belt – driver. Fine: $30; Costs: $43.
(September 15) 415 Cole St. Unit 21, Britt, Ryan J. (Bryan, Ohio). Stop Cole, Thomas B. (Delta, Ohio). Fail-
Welfare check sign. Fine: $65; Costs: $85. Rau, Aimee L. (Bryan, Ohio). 70/55 ure to yield. Fine: $102; Costs: $80.
(September 15) 1170 N. Shoop Ave. Unit Brown, Michael S. (Montpelier, Ohio). speed. Fine: $46; Costs: $79. Delao, Leopoldo S. (Napoleon, Ohio).
56, Loud noise 70/55 speed. Fine: $46; Costs: $79. No mud flaps. Fine: $37; Costs: $80.
(September 15) 1170 N. Shoop Ave. Unit Cargle, Theresa m. (Bryan, Ohio). Restemayer, Iris A. (Bryan, Ohio). Deleon, Matea R. (Lyons, Ohio).
53, Welfare check 68/55 speed. Fine: $71; Costs: $79. 45/35 speed. Fine: $40; Costs: $90. 71/55 speed. Fine: $47; Costs: $88.
(September 15) 134-1/2 N. Fulton St., Castor, Kent E. (Bryan, Ohio). 70/55 Donahue, Brandon A. (Delta, Ohio).
Animal call speed. Fine: $46; Costs: $79. Richmond, Jammie E. (Pioneer, Seat belt – driver. Fine: $30; Costs: $43.
(September 15) 630 E. Oak St., Neigh- Copley, Charles A. (Montpelier, Ohio). Ohio). OVI. Fine: $650; Costs: $84; Jail: Gibson, Kelly J. (Delta, Ohio). 69/55
bors 622 E. Oak Cuting trees Seat belt. Fine: $30; Costs: $45. 20 days with 17 days suspended. Op- speed. Fine: $37; Costs: $80.
(September 15) 485 E. Airport Hwy., In- Coressel, Holli A. (Bryan, Ohio). As- erator’s license suspended from August Gongwer, Gennie L. (Swanton, Ohio).
vestigate complaint sured clear distance ahead. Fine: $71; 26, 2017 to August 26, 2018. No future Failure to yield. Fine: $37; Costs: $80.
(September 15) E. Oak St.@ N. Fulton Costs: $79. violations within next 2 years. 1st Tim- Gonzales Barrancos, Josafat Z.
St., Disabled vehicle Delao, Leopoldo S. (Napoleon, Ohio). ers Retreat within 90 days. (Wauseon, Ohio). Child restraint. Fine:
(September 15) 940 E. Leggett St., In- Seat belt. Fine: $30; Costs: $40. $45; Costs: $51.
vestigate complaint Eberle, Jade T. (Napoleon, Ohio). Schmitt, Lori A. (West Unity, Ohio). Hardesty, Devon M. (Delta, Ohio).
(September 15) 1090 N. Shoop Ave., 67/55 speed. Fine: $46; Costs: $79. 60/45 speed. Fine: $46; Costs: $79. Turn signals. Fine: $37; Costs: $80.
Alarm drop Echelbarger, John R. (Defiance, Hernandez-Perez, Ezequias
(September 15) 1445 N. Shoop Ave., Ac- Ohio). 70/55 speed. Fine: $46; Costs: Sees, Christopher S. (Bryan, Ohio). (Wauseon, Ohio). Expired operator’s li-
cident (Property damage) $79. No driver’s license. Fine: $200; Costs: cense. Fine: $75; Costs: $88.
(September 15) 810 N. Shoop Ave., 911 Emahiser, Jeffrey A. (Napoleon, Ohio). $79. Hite, Lucinda S. (Liberty Center,
hang up contact in person 67/55 speed. Fine: $46; Costs: $79. Ohio). Seat belt – driver. Fine: $30;
(September 15) E. Leggett St.@Vine St., Franz, Matthew T. (Edgerton, Ohio). Steffel, Victor R. (Defiance, Ohio). Costs: $43.
Accident (Property damage) Assured clear distance ahead. Fine: Failure to control. Fine: $50; Costs: $79. Hough, Jason R. (Wauseon, Ohio).
(September 16) 243 Jefferson St., Loud $65; Costs: $85. Seat belt – driver. Fine: $30; Costs: $43.
noise Gibson, Madison J. (Montpelier, Stuber, Ronald E. (Defiance, Ohio0. Klosinski, Bradley S. (Wauseon,
(September 16) 836 Third St., 911 hang Ohio). 68/55 speed. Fine: $45; Costs: 66/55 speed. Fine: $46; Costs: $79. Ohio). 71/55 speed. Fine: $47; Costs:
up contact in person $79. $88.
(September 16) 491 E. Airport Hwy., Ju- Golden, Cynthia A. (Montpelier, Ohio). Troyer, Mitch M. (Hicksville, Ohio). Litogot, Andrew D. (Archbold, Ohio).
veniles lost 54/35 speed. Fine: $46; Costs: $79. Turn signals. Fine: $71; Costs: $79. Seat belt – driver. Fine: $30; Costs: $43.
(September 16) 530 W. Linfoot St., In- Hanna, Jon M. (Bryan, Ohio). OVI. Long, Kimberly R. (Archbold, Ohio).
vestigate complaint Fine: $650; Costs: $84; Jail: 20 days Wareham, Amanda R. (Defiance, 50/35 speed. Fine: $47; Costs: $88.
(September 16) 1497 N. Shoop Ave., with 17 days suspended. Operator’s Ohio). 49/35 speed. Fine: $46; Costs: Marlow, Harold L. (Liberty Center,
Threats/harassment license suspended from July 28, 2017 $79. Ohio). 69/55 speed. Fine: $37; Costs:
(September 16) 723 1285 N. Shoop Ave. to July 28, 2018. No future violations $80.
Unit 13, Civil matter within next 2 years. Driving under sus- Watkins, Paige T. (Bryan, Ohio). OVI. Oberhaus, Alejandra G. (Wauseon,
(September 16) 485 E. Airport Hwy., Ac- pension. Fine: $300; Costs: $45; Jail: Fine: $650; Costs: $84; Jail: 20 days Ohio). 68/55 speed. Fine: $37; Costs:
cident (Property damage) 90 days with 80 days suspended. All jail with 17 days suspended. Operator’s li- $80.
(September 16) 221 Jefferson St. Unit 2, time concurrent with following case. Va- cense suspended from September 16, Oestreich, Jeffrey A. (Wauseon, Ohio).
Loud noise cate ADM license suspension and fees. 2017 to September 16, 2018. No future 70/55 speed. Fine: $47; Costs: $80.
(September 16) 1489 N. Shoop Ave., Ac- Work release granted. violations within next 2 years. 1st Tim- Parsons, Brittany D. (Napoleon, Ohio).
cident (Property damage) Hanna, Jon M. (Bryan, Ohio). OVI – ers Retreat within 90 days. Vacate ADM Seat belt – driver. Fine: $30; Costs: $51.
(September 17) Rails for Wabash Trails, 2nd case. Fine: $650; Costs: $84; Jail: suspension and fees. Peebles, Kent W. (Lyons, Ohio). Seat
Suspicious vehicle 20 days with 17 days suspended. Oper- belt – driver. Fine: $30; Costs: $51.
(September 17) 900-B Ottokee St., Loose ator’s license suspended from August 9, Weber, Angela D. (Edgerton, Ohio). Pettit, Jason A. (West Unity, Ohio).
dog 2017 to August 9, 2018. No future vio- 70/55 speed. Fine: $46; Costs: $79. Failure to yield. Fine: $37; Costs: $88.
(September 17) 840 W. Elm St., Unit lations within next 2 years. Driving un- Pettit, Kyle L. (Montpelier, Ohio).
506, Threats/harassment der suspension. Fine: $350; Costs: $45; Wheeler, Abrisha M. (Bryan, Ohio). Failure to yield. Fine: $37; Costs: $88.
(September 17) 723 S. Shoop Ave., 911 Jail: 90 days with 80 days suspended. 49/35 speed. Fine: $40; Costs: $85. Pritchard, Rachel R. (Napoleon, Ohio).
hang up contact in person All jail time concurrent with preceding 90/70 speed. Fine: $100; Costs: $88.
(September 17) 450 Marshall St., Inves- case. Work release granted. Williams, Pamela D. (Montpelier, Rettig, Michele L. (Liberty Center,
tigate complaint Hulbert, Warren M. (Montpelier, Ohio). Failure to control. Fine: $50; Ohio). 57/40 speed. Fine: $47; Costs:
(September 17) 1405 Clermont Dr., Sus- Ohio). Seat belt. Fine: $30; Costs: $40. Costs: $79. $88.
picious activity Johnson, Samson J. (Bryan, Ohio). Reyes, Kody L. (Swanton, Ohio). Fail-
(September 17) 495 E. Airport Hwy., At- Seat belt. Fine: $30; Costs: $40. Williams, Pamela D. (Montpelier, ure to control. Fine: $102; Costs: $80.
tempted robbery Livensparger, William J. (Montpelier, Ohio). No operator’s license. Fine: $200; Rufenacht, Tyler A. (Archbold, Ohio).
(September 18) 240 W. Linfoot St., Hit- Ohio). Failure to yield. Fine: $71; Costs: Costs: $85. 33/20 speed. Fine: $45; Seat belt – driver. Fine: $30; Costs: $51.
skip $79. Costs: $40. Sadowski, Emily L. (Swanton, Ohio).
(September 18) 485 E. Airport Hwy., Hit Lucas, Jamie (Bryan, Ohio). Driving 75/55 speed. Fine: $77; Costs: $80.
skip under suspension. Fine: $300; Costs: Xiaoming, Chen (Edgerton, Ohio). Setmire, Danett M. (Swanton, Ohio).
(September 18) 100-B E. Oak St., Ju- $94; Jail: 90 days with 90 days sus- 64/55 speed. Fine: $40; Costs: $86. Expired plates. Fine: $37; Costs: $80.
veniles pended. Operator’s license suspended Smithers, Katrina L. (Delta, Ohio).
(September 18) 812 Wood St., Missing from June 19, 2017 to August 18, 2017. WILLIAMS COUNTY CRIMINAL 68/55 speed. Fine: $37; Costs: $80.
person No future violations within next 2 years. Antiago, Ronald P. (Defiance, Ohio). Spiess, Peyton P. (Bryan, Ohio).
(September 18) 303 E. Chestnut St., An- Lucas, Jamie (Bryan, Ohio). Driv- File City Tax – 2013 (Bryan). Fine: $200 86/70 speed. Fine: $47; Costs: $88.
with $200 suspended; Costs: $114; Jail:
30 days with 30 days suspended. No fu- CONTINUED ON PAGE 5
ture violations within next 2 years.
Edwards, Warren G. (Pioneer, Ohio).
File City Tax – 2015 (Bryan). Fine: $200
with $200 suspended; Costs: $114; Jail:
30 days with 30 days suspended. No fu-
ture violations within next 2 years. 30
days to file taxes and make payment ar-
rangements.
Kelley, Ryan A. (Edon, Ohio). Posses-
sion. Fine: $150; Costs: $79. Operator’s
license suspended from September 21,
2017 to March 20, 2018. Agency to de-
stroy contraband.
Pettit, Jason A. (West Unity, Ohio).
Disorderly conduct. Fine: $90; Costs:
$85.
Roth, Brayton (Archbold, Ohio).
Closed fishing. Fine: $46; Costs: $79.
Stuart, Jordan S. (Edon, Ohio). Pos-

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POLICE, EMS, FIRE & COURT NEWS

St. John, Christopher D. (Wauseon, A Gladstone, Oregon man was sen- Theft of a Motor Vehicle. On or about July 2, 2015, Ms. Pachlhofer possessed heroin.
Ohio). 69/55 speed. Fine: $37; Costs: $80. tenced on September 15, 2017 in the Ful- 23, 2017, he allegedly obtained a motor Judge Jeffrey Robinson sentenced Ms.
ton County Common Pleas Court. vehicle knowing or having reasonable
Straw, Robert R. (Delta, Ohio). Expired cause to believe that it had been stolen. Pachlhofer to two years of community
plates. Fine: $37; Costs: $80. Ekai Stone, age 27, previously pled He also allegedly trespassed in an occu- control, He ordered Ms. Pachlhofer to pay
guilty to Trafficking in Marihuana. Ac- pied structure and allegedly stole a dan- prosecution costs and counsel fees; suc-
Weaver, Nancy (Montpelier, Ohio). cording to Fulton County Prosecutor gerous drug, a firearm, a motor vehicle, cessfully complete residential treatment
60/45 speed. Fine: $47; Costs: $88. Scott Hase!man, on or about May 11, and other items. 17CR120. at Serenity Haven in Fayette and success-
2017, Mr. Stone prepared for shipment or fully complete any recommended after-
Sunderman, Bryce D. (Deshler, Ohio). transported marihuana. A Swanton, Ohio woman was sen- care; not consume or possess alcohol or
Display plates. Fine: $37; Costs: $88. tenced on September 21, 2017 in the Ful- illegal drugs; not enter bars and/or tav-
Judge Jeffrey Robinson sentenced Mr.. ton County Common Pleas Court. erns; comply with an 11:00 p.m, to 6:00
Wolfrum, Maeghan L. (Fayette, Ohio). Stone to one year of community control. a.m. curfew; and obtain a GED,
Child restraint. Fine: $45; Costs: $51. He ordered Mr. Stone to serve 128 days in Tayler Pachlhofert age 22, previously
CCNO with credit for time served and pay pled guilty to Possession of Heroin. Ac- Failure to abide by these conditions
Wozinaik, Gregory J. (Swanton, Ohio). prosecution costs. cording to Fulton County Prosecutor could result in Ms. Pachlhofer serving 11
Seat belt – driver. Fine: $30; Costs: $43. Scott Haselman, on or about November months in prison.
Failure to abide by these conditions
Wyse, Laurie A. (Delta, Ohio). Stop could result in Mr. Stone serving six Eighteen Indicted By
sign. Fine: $102; Costs: $80. months in prison.
Williams County Grand Jury
FULTON COUNTY CIVIL A Wauseon, Ohio man was sentenced
For: Captial One Bank, NA (Richmond, on September 21, 2017 in the Fulton A Williams County Grand Jury con- ism, all fifth degree felonies. McNeil is
Virginia). Against: Strawinski, Robyn S. County Common Pleas Court. vened on September 19, returning in- accused of breaking into Burkhart Field
(Delta, Ohio). $9482.24. dictments against 18 individuals facing Concession, Edgerton Local School’s
For: Fulton County Health Center Steven Rochefort, age 27, previously a total of 82 charges. Those indicted concession stand, and Edgerton Local
(Wauseon, Ohio). Against: Bateson, Chris- pled guilty to Aggravated Possession of include: School’s football field pressbox with the
topher M. (Swanton, Ohio) and Bateston, Drugs. According to Fulton County Pros- purpose of committing theft offenses.
Kristy M. (Swanton, Ohio). $3429.99. ecutor Scott Haselman, on or about Au- Justin M. Baker, 26, of Holland, Ohio He is also accused of vandalizing prop-
For: Fulton County Health Center gust 16, 2016, Mr. Rochefort possessed was indicted on one count of felonious erty owned by Edgerton Local Schools.
(Wauseon, Ohio). Against: Cervantes, THC. assault, a second degree felony. Baker
Ronald J. (Delta, Ohio) and Cervantes, is accused of causing serious physical John E. McNeil, 20, of Edgerton was
Tammy E. (Delta, Ohio). $3014.05. Judge Jeffrey Robinson sentenced Mr. harm to another. indicted on a total of five counts. McNeil
For: Fulton County Health Center Rochefort to two years of community con- is charged with three counts of breaking
(Wauseon, Ohio). Against: Davis, David M. trol, He ordered Mr. Rochefort to serve Danny M. Brewer, 28, of Beachwood, and entering and two counts of vandal-
(Delta, Ohio). $416.03. five days in CCNO with credit for time Ohio was indicted on one count of traf- ism, all fifth degree felonies. McNeil is
For: Fulton County Health Center served; pay prosecution costs; pay a fine ficking in marijuana and one count of accused of breaking into Burkhart Field
(Wauseon, Ohio). Against: Drewes, Chris- of $1,000; be assessed by a drug/alco- possession of marijuana, each a second Concession, Edgerton Local School’s
tina M. (Swanton, Ohio). $173.77. hol treatment facility and successfully degree felony. Brewer is accused of ob- concession stand, and Edgerton Local
For: Fulton County Health Center complete any recommended treatment; taining, possessing, or using marijuana School’s football field pressbox with the
(Wauseon, Ohio). Against: Filson, Beth A. not consume or possess alcohol or ille- as well as knowingly preparing ship- purpose of committing theft offenses.
(Swanton, Ohio). $50. gal drugs; not enter bars and/or taverns; ment, shipping, transporting, deliver- He is also accused of vandalizing prop-
For: Fulton County Health Center and comply with a 11:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. ing, preparing for distribution, or dis- erty owned by Edgerton Local Schools.
(Wauseon, Ohio). Against: Foster, Jenni- curfew with driving privileges for work. tributing marijuana.
fer N. (Delta, Ohio). $2140.58. Shannon L. Meadows, 25, of Edger-
Failure to abide by these conditions Larry J. Burkhard, 33, of Montpelier ton was indicted on one count of bur-
FULTON COUNTY could result in Mr. Rochefort serving six was indicted on one count of tamper- glary, a second degree felony. Meadows
PROSECUTOR NEWSLETTER months in prison. ing with evidence, a third degree felony. is accused of entering a property in
Burkhard is accused of knowingly im- Montpelier with the purpose of commit-
A Delta, Ohio woman was sentenced FULTON COUNTY GRAND JURY peding the progress of an investigation ting a criminal offense.
on September 15, 2017, in the Fulton NEWSLETTER by providing false record to a public of-
County Common Pleas Court. ficial. Jason B. Middleton, 36, of Pioneer
On September 18, 2017, the Fulton was indicted on a total of fourteen charg-
Amy S, Mathers, 43, previously pled County Grand Jury considered indict- Tabitha M. Christilieb, 30, of Defi- es. Middleton faces one charge of fifth
guilty to Possession of Cocaine. According ments charging individuals with Ful- ance was indicted on a total of seven degree felony receiving stolen property;
to Fulton County Prosecutor Scott Hasel- ton County crimes, according to Fulton charges. Christilieb is charged with one one first degree misdemeanor count of
man, on or about December 5, 2016 Ms. County Prosecuting Attorney Scott A. count of receiving stolen property, a receiving stolen property; three fourth
Mathers possessed cocaine. Haselman. fourth degree felony; one count of carry- degree felony counts of receiving stolen
ing a concealed weapon, a fourth degree property; four fifth degree felony counts
Judge Jeffrey Robinson sentenced Ms. DANIEL E. MAYNARD, JR., age 33, of felony; one count of having weapons of aggravated possession of drugs; two
Mathers to serve 11 months in prison. Napoleon, OH, was indicted on two counts while under disability; a third degree fel- third degree felony counts of illegal as-
of Theft of Drugs. On or about July 22, ony; one count of aggravated possession sembly or possession of chemicals for
The Court ordered that Ms. Mathers 2017, he allegedly stole Hydrocodon and of drugs, a fifth degree felony; one count the manufacture of drugs; two third
pay any fees, court-appointed counsel Oxycodone. of breaking and entering, a fifth degree degree felony counts of aggravated pos-
fees, and all prosecution costs. felony; one count of grand theft of a mo- session of drugs; and one second degree
MICHAEL D. LEBO, III, age 20, of Be- tor vehicle, a fourth degree felony; and felony count of aggravated possession of
A Milwaukle, Oregon man was sen- loit, OH, was indicted on one count of one count of vandalism, a fifth degree drugs. Middleton is accused of obtain-
tenced on September 15, 2017 in the Ful- Aggravated Possession of Drugs. On or felony. Christilieb is accused of having ing various items, including handguns,
ton County Common Pleas Court. about August 24, 2017, he allegedly pos- a stolen concealed handgun while under knowing or having reasonable cause to
sessed the drug MDA. disability; of obtaining, possessing, or believe that the items had been obtained
Noah Hupp,. age 23, previously pled using methamphetamine; and of break- through the commission of theft. He is
guilty to Trafficking in Marihuana. Ac- MARK A, CORMACK, age 21, of Rich- ing into a property with the intention of additionally accused of charges related
cording to Fulton County Prosecutor Scott mond, VA, was indicted on two counts of committing a crime, the theft of an auto. to the manufacture of methamphet-
Hase!man, on or about May 11, 2017, Mr. Felonious Assault. On or about August She is also accused of vandalizing Bob’s amine as well as to obtaining, possess-
Hupp prepared for shipment or transport- 18, 2017, he allegedly caused serious Marathon in Bryan. ing, or using Fentanyl.
ed marihuana. physical harm to another by means of a
deadly weapon. LaDonna N. Deloney, 26, of Beach- Tonja Miller, 44, of Montpelier, Ohio
Judge Jeffrey Robinson sentenced Mr, wood, Ohio was indicted on one count of was indicted on one count of false voter
Hupp to three years of community control. JOSEPH T. COX, age 36, of Swanton, trafficking in marijuana and one count registration, a fifth degree felony, and
He ordered Mr. Hupp to serve 30 days in OH, was indicted on one count of Domes- of possession of marijuana, each a sec- one count of illegal voting, a fourth de-
CCNO with treatment; not consume or tic Violence. On or about September 7, ond degree felony. Deloney is accused gree felony. Miller is accused of provid-
possess marihuana; and not enter a dis- 2017, he allegedly caused or attempted to of obtaining, possessing, or using mari- ing false information to a registering of-
pensary selling marihuana. cause physical harm to a family or house- juana as well as knowingly preparing ficer and voting in a precinct where she
hold member. shipment, shipping, transporting, deliv- is not legally qualified.
Failure to abide by these conditions ering, preparing for distribution, or dis-
could result in Mr. Hupp serving 17 RANDY A. SOLLY, JR., age 29, of Delta, tributing marijuana. Johnathan P. Stuckey was indicted
months in prison. OH, was indicted on one count of Receiv- on a total of ten counts. Stuckey faces
ing Stolen Property, one count of Burglary, Daniel R. Dominique, 64, of Bryan, six counts of aggravated possession of
one count of Vandalism, one count of was indicted on a total of six charges drugs, each a fifth degree felony, all
Theft of Drugs, one count of Grand Theft, related to the pandering of sexually related to the obtaining, possession or
one count of Theft From a Person in a oriented material involving a minor. use of acetaminophen, oxycodone hy-
Protected Class, and one count of Grand Dominique faces two charges of pan- drochloride, hydocodone bitartrate, and
dering sexually oriented matter involv- methamapetamine. Stuckey also faces
Michigan Man Sentenced ing a minor, each fourth degree felonies two counts of receiving stolen property,
and four counts of illegal use of a minor each a fourth degree felony; one count of
For Rape Charges In Bryan in nudity-oriented material or perfor- having weapons while under disability,
mance, each fifth degree felonies. a third degree felony; and one count of
Justinian M. Williams, age 19, the Judge Stelzer sentenced Williams to failure to appear, a fourth degree felony.
Michigan man charged with the rape indefinite terms of imprisonment of 10 Katelynn M. Jones, 22, of Wauseon
of a juvenile in Bryan, heard his sen- years to life on both rape charges and was indicted on one count of breaking Miles J. Thompson, 32, of Montpe-
tencing from Williams County Common five years on the pandering charge. The and entering, a fifth degree felony; one lier was indicted on one count of aggra-
Pleas Court Judge JT Stelzer on Sep- sentences are to run concurrently with count of theft; a fifth degree felony; and vated possession of drugs, a fifth degree
tember 22. credit for time served. one count of aggravated possession of felony. Thompson is accused of obtain-
drugs, a fifth degree felony. Jones is ing, possessing, or using methamphet-
As part of a plea agreement, two Williams has been classified as Tier accused of breaking into the Williams amine.
counts of rape as well as one count of II sex offender in relation to the pander- County Public Library with the purpose
criminal child enticement were dropped ing charge and a Tier III sex offender in of committing a theft offense; of stealing Colton J. Torns, 22, of Edgerton was
by the prosecution when Williams en- relation to the rape charges. Upon his a credit card; and of obtaining, possess- indicted on a total of five counts. Torns
tered a guilty pleas to two counts of release he will be required to provide of- ing, or using methamphetamine. is charged with McNeil is charged with
rape, both first degree felonies, and one ficials with his living address as well as three counts of breaking and entering
count of pandering sexually oriented any place of employment or education Andrew S. Kendall, 37, of Bryan was and two counts of vandalism, all fifth
matter involving a minor, a second de- in person every 90 days for the rest of indicted on one count of grand theft of degree felonies. Torns is accused of
gree felony. his life. a motor vehicle, a fourth degree felony breaking into Burkhart Field Conces-
and two counts of complicity, each a sion, Edgerton Local School’s conces-
Couple Indicted On Endangering Children fifth degree felony. Kendall is accused sion stand, and Edgerton Local School’s
Charges For Alleged Abuse Of 17-Month-Old of taking a vehicle without consent of football field pressbox with the purpose
the owner as well as aiding and abetting of committing theft offenses. He is also
(BRYAN, Ohio)— Ohio Attorney Gen- felonies the second degree Tabitha M. Christilieb in the commis- accused of vandalizing property owned
eral Mike DeWine announced today that • Two counts of endangering chil- sion of grand theft of a motor vehicle as by Edgerton Local Schools.
an Ohio couple is now facing a total of well as breaking and entering.
more than a dozen charges related to dren, felonies of the second degree Alisha J. Underwood, 25, of Hicks-
the alleged abuse of a 17-month-old girl. • Seven counts of endangering chil- Alan K. Laney, 47, of Montpelier was ville, Ohio was indicted on a total of
“I have made it a priority in my office indicted on a total of eleven charges in three charges in relation to the physical
to protect vulnerable children who can- dren, felonies of the third degree relation to the physical harm of a seven- harm of a seventeen month old child.
not defend themselves,” said Attorney Alisha M. Underwood, 25, of Hicks- teen month old child. Charges include Underwood faces two charges of third
General DeWine. “The investigation into two counts of felonious assault, each a degree felony child endangerment and
this case alleges that this child suffered ville, is now charged with: second degree felony, two second degree one count of first degree misdemeanor
abuse that no child should have to en- • Two counts of endangering chil- felony counts of child endangerment, child endangerment. Please see the re-
dure.” and seven counts of third degree felony lated article in this section for more in-
dren, felonies of the third degree counts of child endangerment. Please formation.
Prosecutors with Attorney General • One count of endangering children, see the related article in this section for
DeWine’s Special Prosecutions Section more information. It should be noted that an indictment
presented the case to a Williams Coun- a misdemeanor of the first degree is only an accusation and that all de-
ty grand jury this morning. The grand The abuse is alleged to have occurred Dayne R. McNeil, 22, of Edgerton was fendants listed are presumed innocent
jury returned superseding indictments indicted on a total of five counts. McNeil until and unless proven guilty in a court
against the child’s mother and her boy- in early June of this year. Laney is ac- is charged with three counts of breaking of law.
friend with a total of 14 charges. cused of allegedly committing the abuse and entering and two counts of vandal-
over a two-day period, while Underwood
Alan K. Laney, 48, of Montpelier, is is accused of allegedly failing to protect
now charged with: the child from harm.

• Two counts of felonious assault, The case was investigated by the
Montpelier Police Department and is be-
ing prosecuted as part of Attorney Gen-
eral DeWine’s Crimes Against Children
Initiative.

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When A Loved One’s Weight Loss May Be Worrisome Boomers Are Looking
For New Options
Dieting is a way of life for many cate and placement center A Place loved one is eating. In a nursing
people. The Boston Medical Center for Mom, the senior population is at home setting, check with a nursing The aging trend in Northwest Ohio has taken an inter-
says an estimated 45 million Ameri- risk of malnourishment for several administrator to see how mealtimes esting turn over the last 10 years. Today over 40 percent
cans go on a diet each year, spend- reasons, including: are going. of the people in Williams and Fulton Counties are over the
ing $33 billion annually on weight age of 45, and over 14 percent of are over age 65. This
loss products. The figures are close • lack of energy to cook, • Speak with doctors to see if is creating some new challenges for our communities as
to $7 billion in Canada. However, • specific health conditions that weight loss is a side effect of medi- area residents retire and look for new housing options and
for one segment of the population impact ability to prepare or acquire cations or another health concern. choices as to how to be cared for as they age. The region
- the elderly - weight loss can be a meals, Bring up any concerns you have is known for a caring spirt and friendships that have been
sign of something wrong. • lack of appetite attributed to about malnutrition. built on a lifetime of experiences together. Northwest Ohio
decreased taste bud function or de- is home and Fairlawn Retirement Community is working
The Mayo Clinic says that mal- pression, • Provide finger food or easy-to- to ensure that area adults have the living options and ser-
nutrition is a serious health con- • inability to afford quality foods, manage foods for seniors who have vices needed to stay here.
cern among seniors. Inadequate and lost dexterity so they’re still able to
nutrition can result in weight loss • side effects of certain medica- feed themselves. These are busy times and it is getting increasingly dif-
that has far-reaching health effects. tions. ficult for families to balance all the needs of kids, work and
These include a compromised im- Unfortunately, malnutrition is • Encourage foods that are for- aging parents or grandparents. Retirement is supposed to
mune system, which increases the a very common, yet widely undiag- tified with nutrients. Supplemen- be a time to enjoy and to take away the day to day stress-
risk of infections, poor wound heal- nosed, problem among seniors. If a tation with nutritional shakes can es. Fairlawn offers several living options and care levels to
ing and muscle weakness that can friend or loved one has visible bones help fill the void. meet the needs of retirement living while also providing the
result in falls and fractures. under the skin; loose dentures; services needed as residents continue to age.
loose rings on fingers; has dropped • Make meals social events
Malnutrition also can lead clothing sizes; or is leaving food on so that the concept of gathering Fairlawn Retirement Community was established over
to further disinterest in eating, his or her plate, they may be suf- around the table for food is fun. 50 years ago as a unique partnership of church, communi-
which only compounds a weight fering from malnourishment. Con- ty and individuals. Today Fairlawn has grown to over 300
loss problem. Weight loss and loss cerned loved ones can take several • Mild or moderate exercise can residents. Although the community began as a care cen-
of appetite are common among steps to determine if their friend or stir up one’s appetite. Walking or ter for seniors, it is now a full-service lifestyle community
seniors, particularly those with family member is malnourished. chair-based exercises can help that includes Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory
dementia. Learning to recognize • Observe loved ones’ eating hab- make people more interested in Care and Short-Term Rehab. Many residents live inde-
weight loss signs in the elderly can its at home to see how they are eat- food. pendently in the Fairlawn condominiums and apartments.
help others act promptly to correct ing. Routinely check the refrigerator They enjoy active lifestyles with the added benefit of having
the problem. and pantry to see which foods your • Introduce new foods that can someone else handle the regular chores of mowing, snow
whet the appetite. removal and home maintenance. With access to the Wyse
According to senior care advo- Commons recreational facility residents can participate in
Weight loss can benefit some regular exercise classes, aquatics programs, educational
people. But among the elderly, programs or they can just grab lunch with friends. Inde-
weight loss may be a byproduct of pendent Living at Fairlawn provides the ability to have all
malnutrition. the fun, with none of the work!

LIVING FREE FROM Fairlawn also provides options for both short-term and
long-term care needs. Rupp Rehab provides short-term re-
OBESITY hab as well as inpatient and outpatient therapy services
for physical, speech and occupational therapy. If you have
Join us for a free seminar, October 2nd at 5:00 PM recently had an accident, illness or surgery that requires
in the Beck Meeting Room for rehab services, Rupp Rehab at Fairlawn provides access to
beautifully appointed private suites along with high-quality
An Introduction to Weight Loss Surgery: care and services. If or when you or your family member
Sleeve Gastrectomy need a little more assistance on a day to day basis, Fair-
lawn Assisted Living is also here. Featuring private rooms
If you have been trying everything to lose weight without success, maybe with community dining, laundry services and medication
weight loss surgery is right for you. Join the staff of our Weight Solutions administration assistance, Assisted Living allows you to
program for an overview of the effects of obesity and treatment using select the services that are needed. For individuals that are
weight loss surgery options. You will also learn how bariatric surgery can looking for a higher level of care the Memory Care Center
treat chronic health conditions related to obesity such as: for patients with Alzheimer’s or dementia as well as the
full-service Fairlawn Haven Care Center are here to help.
• Type 2 Diabetes • High Cholesterol
• Sleep Apnea • Hypertension Built on the Christian principles of faith, family and
community we invite you to see all that Fairlawn Retire-
To register for this free seminar, call our Weight Solutions ment Community has to offer. For more information visit
program at 419-337-7373. www.fairlawnarchbold.com or call 419.445.3075.

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FREE SEMINAR OCTOBER 24, 2017 6 P.M. - 8 P.M. We are Proud to House the
Free Wig Bank For The Hicksville Area.
Dr. Gomez will be giving a detailed explanation of joint replacement This wig bank was made possible through Helping Hands of Hicksville
options and surgery at the seminar. and the American Cancer Society. These wigs are free to any woman
Call to Register: 419-354-8679 who lives, works, or worships in Hicksville suffering with cancer.

Wig donations are always welcome!

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Sports exams are not enough.

Teens need yearly wellness visits, too.

While sports exams are an important part of your teen’s health, they do
not replace yearly wellness visits. At wellness appointments, in addition to
performing sports exams, your Parkview Physicians Group provider will: check
for abnormalities and teach about self-screening, talk with your teen about
lifestyle choices and habits, examine mental health and social pressures, and
review family medical history.

Contact your primary care physician today to schedule a wellness
visit. If you do not have a primary care physician, call 800-426-7307.

ppg.parkview.com

Many insurance plans now cover up to 100% of wellness and immunization visits for
children. Check with your insurance provider for details of your plan’s coverage.

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USDA Now Accepting Applications For Lyons Village Council
The Conservation Activity Plan Initiative September Meeting Conducted

COLUMBUS, OH – Sept. 19, 2017 – The U.S. De- fiscal year, applications must be received by Octo- Ron Ankney reported THM test results were 63ppb.
partment of Agriculture’s (USDA) Natural Resourc- ber 20, 2017. He said they were very good. The village purchased LED
es Conservation Service (NRCS) will offer technical street lights from Toledo Edison so they will begin in-
and financial assistance to Ohio farmers, agricul- Applications for NRCS programs submitted by stalling. RITA cannot process paperwork until they have
tural producers, and private forest landowners who entities, such as agricultural producers applying all the information needed, so residents need to get info
want to better manage their agricultural and forest as a corporation, must have a DUNS (Data Univer- sent in.
land resources. Having a plan is always the best sal Numbering System) number and an active SAM
place to start in any endeavor and the Conservation (System for Award Management) registration sta- The leaf pick-up will be scheduled for late fall. Trick
Activity Plan (CAP) Initiative will help to develop a tus when applying, a process that may take several or Treat will be 5:30-7 p.m. Oct. 31. An accident at Lin-
systematic plan that details the best approach to weeks. Applications cannot be processed without coln and Maple streets took out a stop sign so it’s been
address natural resource concerns on farms and this information. Information on obtaining a DUNS replaced. Salt quote from Fulton County Engineer is
private forest/woodlands. number and registering with SAM is posted here. $35.41 per ton down from $42.19 per ton last year.

With CAP Initiative funding, landowners contract To learn more about technical and financial as- Quote from Andrew Harris of $46 for four signs to
with a certified Technical Service Provider (TSP) to sistance available through NRCS conservation pro- post business signs at SR 20 and 10-3 and SR 20 and
identify conservation practices needed to address grams, visit Get Started with NRCS or a local USDA 109. The village clerk sent letters to businesses to see
their specific land use or natural resource need. A Service Center. In Williams County, contact Brian who is interested. New EMS Director is Robert DeLeon.
CAP could focus on a land use resource concern Barclay at 419-636-2349 Ext 3. Meeting with County Auditor - losing HB64 payment of
involving grazing land, forest land, or transitioning $467 per month and reducing monthly Local govern-
to an organic operation. A CAP could also address INSURANCE ment distribution. Christmas Parade is 5:30 p.m. Dec.
specific resource needs such as managing nutri- 9. Metamora Firemen’s Raffle is Sept. 30.
ents, on-farm energy improvements, or an air qual- GUIDE
ity concern. For additional information on TSPs, Smithers Insurance Agency LLC
visit the NRCS TSP website. Nationwide Insurance

Once a conservation activity plan is completed 1210 W. High St. 540 N. Perry St.
with a certified TSP, producers can then apply for Bryan, OH 43506 Napoleon, OH 43545
NRCS financial assistance to implement the conser-
vation practices identified in their CAP. All NRCS 419-636-2484 419-599-1300
financial-assistance programs are offered in a con-
tinuous sign-up; however, to be considered for CAP
funding in the first collection period for the 2018

Signs Of Atrial Fibrillation - And How To Treat It

Palpitations of the • Chest pain or short- larly in an artery leading betes and may develop Once AFib is diagnosed, prevent stroke also may
heart or uncomfort- ness of breath to the brain, stroke may following valve surgery. managing risk factors and be prescribed. Surgical in-
able sensations in the occur. AFib also is more common restoring a heart to nor- tervention may be neces-
chest can be distressing. • Dizziness and weak- in people with coronary mal rhythm becomes the sary if medications aren’t
Thoughts of heart attack ness A proper diagnosis heart disease. As a per- priority. Doctors use a working.
may come to mind, and from a physician is need- son ages, his or her risk variety of medications to
that anxiety can only ex- When the heart is ed before treatment can for AFib increases. Stress control heart rate, which Atrial fibrillation is a
acerbate the situation. working normally, it con- begin. An examination also can be a major factor may include beta block- serious condition that
While heart attack might tracts and relaxes in a may include an EKG or in triggering AFib, accord- ers and calcium channel requires treatment. Epi-
be the first thing people beat. When a person has ECG, which will show the ing to StopAfib.org. blockers. Medications to sodes can be managed
think of when experienc- AFib, the upper cham- heart’s electrical activity and treated.
ing chest discomfort, atri- bers of the heart, called as line tracings on paper.
al fibrillation may be to the atria, beat irregularly. The spikes and dips in the
blame for such feelings. They quiver and do not tracings are called waves.
move the blood into the An EKG will determine if
Atrial fibrillation, also ventricles in an effective the heart is pumping cor-
called AFib, is a quiver- manner. This irregular- rectly.
ing or irregular heartbeat ity can cause pooling or
that may lead to heart- clotting of blood. Should AFib is more com-
related complications. The a clot break off and enter mon among people with
American Heart Associa- the bloodstream, particu- clogged arteries or dia-
tion says that at least 2.7
million Americans are liv- Toledo: (419) 472-5350 Jeffrey Justice
ing with AFib. Although Bryan: (419) 636-2702
treatable, without proper Defiance: (419) 782-0101 A Top Doc!
diagnosis, AFib may lead
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experience no symptoms Email - admin@americare-health.com who they would trust to care for a member
at all and are unaware of their own family.
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Bryan Council Moves Forward On Estimated Fulton County’s New EMA
$1.6 Million Street Resurfacing Project Speaks At Archbold Rotary

By: Tim Kays moving the probationary tag from Wes
Wygant, officially making him the city of
THE VILLAGE REPORTER Bryan Wastewater Superintendent. May-
or Johnson commended Council and Mr.
The City of Bryan will be undertaking Wygant, referring to him as a, “...good PHOTO PROVIDED
an ambitious project during the summer hire,” and adding, “Wes Wygant has been GUEST SPEAKER ... Kelvin Freeman, Fulton County’s new Emergency Management
of 2018, with the resurfacing of Main employed by the City since July 17th of Agency director, told Archbold Rotarians recently what EMA develops disaster response
Street, North and South. During their 1989. On April 1st, 2017, Wes was pro- plans for -- all in hopes that they will never need to be used. Kelvin, a native of North
September 18 regular session, mem- moted to Wastewater Superintendent. Carolina, has not only been trained to develop plans for all types of natural and man-
bers of the Bryan City Council gave the Wes has 28 years-plus of experience, made disasters, he has also been responsible for putting those plans into action and
thumbs up to the project with the nam- and has been a very valuable employee coordinating responses with a multitude of organizations. As an example, he explained
ing of an engineering firm to oversee the as improvements are being made at the how he accessed a military tank and helicopters to respond to extreme flooding that
endeavor. plant. He works well with Arcadis, and occurred when Hurricane Hugo visited his home state in 1989. In Fulton County, he
other contractors. Wes is doing a great oversees 37 plans that have been developed to respond to a variety of incidents. Plans
Under suspended rules of reading, job, and will complete his six-month pro- for natural threats cover flooding, tornadoes and other wind events, snow and ice, thun-
Council approved Ordinance 34-2017, bation on 9-30 of ‘17. I recommend that derstorms and lightning, and droughts. Other plans cover incidents involving nuclear
authorizing Mayor Douglas Johnson to he be removed from probation, and be power plants, hazardous materials, acts of violence, mass casualty incidents, fires, and
enter into an agreement with DGL Con- (given) permanent status.” Prior to the terrorism. Fulton County’s EMA has one full-time employee (Kelvin), a shared admin-
sulting Engineers, LLC of Maumee for vote, several members of Council echoed istrative assistant with another department, and a $100,000 budget -- half of which
the project to be titled the US 127 (Main the praises of the Mayor. comes from Homeland Security grants. He also explained the “6 pack” planning that
Street) Resurfacing. Of the three Ohio Fulton, Henry, Defiance, Williams, Paulding and Putnam counties have jointly devel-
Department of Transportation (ODOT) In giving an update on the East South oped. The counties identify assets that could be shared with one another in response
Pre-Qualified firms vying for the job, Street Project, Zoning Administrator An- to various incidents with the goal that the six counties could operate without any other
DGL was selected through a quality- drew Waterston said, “The plan is to outside assistance for 72 hours. The program was arranged by Archbold Rotarian Bill
based selection process over Northwest start the curb tomorrow. We have to do Rufenacht.
Consultants of Toledo, and Proudfoot flat concrete work the rest of this week
Associates of Perrysburg. and next week, and hopefully pave the Williams County Genealogy Society
latter part of next week.” Holds First Meeting Of 2017-2018 Year
The project will be funded at a maxi-
mum 90/10 share rate through the Councilor Judy Yahraus described The Williams County Genealogy So- with different areas of genealogy. Topics
ODOT Small City Program. This program Center Street traffic on the first day ciety held its first meeting for the 2017 will in-clude: utilizing best genealogical
provides federal funds for approved proj- of school as, “...a madhouse,” and in- - 2018 year on Sep-tember 18th . Due to practices, filling out forms correctly, in-
ects to cities with populations ranging quired if the situation is being resolved. Library construction, the meeting was terviewing relatives, us-ing the Census
from 5,000 to 24,999, that are not lo- Mr. Waterston replied, “The school has held in the Local History Center Bldg. in Records, employing genealogical online
cated within Metropolitan Planning Or- made steps to get them into the school an upstairs conference room. resources, pursuing land and military
ganizations. The city has been awarded faster, and to stack them when they do records, evaluation probate records,
a total of $1,219,313.00 for the project. back up. It was nothing that the light (at Members and guests brought a cov- and more.
Bidding for the project is anticipated to the intersection of Town Line Road and ered dish and arrived at 6 pm. Water was
begin in the spring of 2018, with the ac- Center Street) created; they just can’t get furnished. after the4 Potluck, attendees Pam Lash, WCPL Library Assistant,
tual construction beginning in the sum- them into the school fast enough. They’re shared which surnames were being re- WCGS publications chairperson and
mer of 2018. working on it.” “Did the turn lane help,” searched and the various pro-jects they area genealogist, will be instructing these
Mrs. Yahraus asked, to which Mr. Wa- had been working on during the hiatus. classes. The cost per session is $5, which
In other actions, Council approved terston replied, “Yeah. It was working, Jo Ellen Culbertson shared that she was will cover the cost of the partic-ipant’s
Ordinance 33-2017. This measure allows but when they’re backed up to that in- put-ting together a list of all the pub- lunch. Seating is limited to the first 12,
for the transfer of a total of $800,000 be- tersection, the turn lane does no good.” lic school teachers in Williams County with a waiting list. To register and reserve
tween funds, specifically $250,000 from Councilor Carrie Schlade noted that it prior to 1920. People new to WCGS were your place, call Williams County Public
the 1 percent Income Tax Fund to the is imperative that the parents follow the welcomed and encouraged to attend the Library at 419.636.6734 ext. 275 or email
General Fund, $50,000 from the 1 per- instructions given for drop-offs and pick- Genealogy 101 classes in Octo-ber. Pam at pam@mywcpl.org These classes
cent Income Tax Fund to the MV Streets ups. “We did a good job planning as a are geared for those who wish to start a
Fund, and $500,000 from the 1/2 per- city,” she said. “The school did a good job October is National Family History family history project. Your ancestors will
cent Income Tax Fund to the Capital Im- planning. It’s just us parents...we have Month. In celebration of this event, the be thrilled with your results.
provement Fund. trouble sometimes following directions.” Williams County Public Library and Wil-
liams County Genealogical Society will The purpose of the WCGS is the pres-
Council approved Ordinance 35- Parks Director Ben Dominique report- be offering a series of classes for begin- ervation of county records and family
2017, enacting a change order for the ed on the Soccer Lighting Project, stating ners and those who wish to brush up research. Monthly meetings are held the
2017 North Myers Street - 300 Block that, “...the Lighting Project is going very on their skills in the realm of family re- second Monday of each month, excluding
Sanitary Sewer Project. This change or- well, so far. Last Wednesday, all the ma- search (Genealogy 101). July and August, in the Har-mon Room
der deals only with the timeline of the terial was delivered. Today, our electri- of the West Annex of the Bryan Public
project, allowing an extension for the cians were here. All four holes have been The Saturday classes will be held in Library. For further information concern-
purposes of seeding. bored for the lights, two of them are al- the Harmon Room and the Computer ing WCGS, email Pat Goebel wcgspg01@
ready in concrete. The other two will be Lab of the Local History and Genealogy gmail.com, visit the Website at www.wc-
During the September 5 meeting, poured first thing tomorrow morning, af- Center, 107 East High Street, Bryan, gs-orgs.com, or write to WCGS, PO Box
members of Council approved Ordinance ter inspection. Then they will start run- OH, from 10 a.m. to 2.p.m. on October 293, Bryan, OH 43506.
31-2017, accepting a grant from the De- ning all the conduits and electrical stuff. 7, 14, and 21. Each session will deal
partment of Homeland Security. Called There was some concern about the bor-
the Staffing for Fire and Emergency Re- ing, and being able to get down fourteen
sponse (SAFER) grant, its funds are to feet without issues. They did all four in
provide for personnel expenses associ- one day, so there were no issues. Every-
ated with two additional firefighters over thing is on schedule...full speed ahead.”
the course of three years. The grant was
recalled into the record on this evening Mayor Douglas Johnson reported
by Bryan Fire Department Chief, Bruce that traffic for the pickup of city garbage
Siders, as he requested permission from bags has been brisk so far. “Thursday,
Council to hold a Civil Service exam to Friday and Saturday, we started our
develop a pool of potential firefighter garbage bag pickup at the Street Depart-
candidates. Council approved the re- ment. It has gone fairly well, however we
quest without dissent. A date for the
Civil Service testing is pending. have 3,700 cards out, and

Council unanimously approved re-

Rahman Rejoins about half of those picked
up. There’s two more times
Swanton Police Department to drive through there and
get your three rolls of gar-
bage bags...Wednesday
September 20 from 3:00
till 7:00, and Wednesday
September 27 from 3:00 Hilltop Athletes Serve As Role
till 7:00. If by chance you Models & Read To Second Graders
didn’t get a card, stop by
the Treasurer’s Office.
They will give you a card,
and you can go out and get By: James Pruitt mission it is to promote reading by pro-
your bags. THE VILLAGE REPORTER viding free books and positive role mod-
Mr. Johnson also re- els to kids in need, while encouraging
ported that Halloween will Hilltop Elementary Schools invited youth athletes of the community to pay
be observed in Bryan on members of the varsity football team to it forward.
October 28. “From 2:00 till read to second graders Sept. 18 as part
4:00, there will be a party of its role models program. The second graders each were given
at the ice arena, as usual. a book to take home and read with their
From 5:00 to 6:30 will be High school athletes from each sea- families. Principal Worline had teachers
Trick-or-Treat in the city.” sonal sport will come to the elementa- write down the names of the athletes
Mr. Johnson added ry school wing to read to the kids on a and the students in their group so they
that the October 2 regu- monthly basis. In October, members of might be paired later in the year.
lar session of Council will the girls volleyball team will read to the
children. The effort is sponsored by the James can be reached at
Second and Seven Foundation, whose james@thevillagereporter.com

PHOTO BY BILL O’ CONNELL, STAFF be held at 5:00, in order
to coincide with the ninth
OFFICER RETURNS ... Jawdat (JD) Rahman looks annual Ready, Set, Relax
on as Swanton Mayor Ann Roth endorses his written night.
commitment to keep Swanton safe in his role as a full-
time police officer. Officer Rahman previously served
with the Swanton PD and also has law enforcement Tim can be reached at

with Fayette and Put-In-Bay. tim@thevillagereporter.com

Thursday, October 19, 2017 PHOTOS BY JAMES PRUITT, STAFF

@ Williams Co. Veterans Memorial Building ROLE MODEL PROGRAM ... Various members of the Hilltop Football team wore
game jerseys and read to second graders at Hilltop School Sept. 18. The players
Doors open at 5pm / Dinner at 6:30pm / Live Auction at 7:30pm read “The Hog Mollies” and the “Camp Carmen Campfire.”

Music by BHS Orchestra with Brandon Gordon / Emcee - Jamie Shaffer--DJ Showtime
& Photobooth / Howard Parrish of HP Parrish Farms Auctioneer

For further information or to purchase tickets, please call Becky
at 419-633-7590. Tickets are $25 ea. Call soon to reserve a table!

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Four County Career Center Students See ... Chili Cook-Off Renews Friendly ...

HELP FROM ABOVE ... Because of the conditions of the victims and determin- County Health Center. Appearances between the Wauseon Fire Department
seriousness of the students’ injuries, ing who could be helped. The result of were also made along Fulton Street by and Wauseon Police Department. While
St. Vincent’s LifeFlight was called to the the crash had the two drivers shaken Blaze the Fire Dog, McGruff the Crime neither were eligible to win in the Peo-
scene along with the Archbold Fire De- up, but mostly intact. Kevin has a field Dog, Ronald McDonald and the Tommy ple’s Choice category, bragging rights
partment who came to assist. sobriety test performed on him after Transit school bus. and a coveted trophy remained on the
several cans of beer are found in the car. line. The police department was named
Matt and Edith were in the white car. He is arrested and placed into custody. For beginning chili judgers, the this year’s victor by one public vote.
They were at the same party, but left mayor, a veteran judge herself, sug-
for different reasons. Matt is texting the Matt is trapped in his car, and still gests judging chili using a few different At the end of the day, however, the
entire trip to Edith’s house telling his can’t get Brooklyn to respond. Firefight- criteria, including taste, smell, texture, festival isn’t all about the competition,
friends he might be coming back. When ers work the Jaws of Life to remove the thickness, after-taste, palatability and but, rather, supporting the local com-
the crash occurs, Edith (Avalos) is in- top of the white car and extricate Matt. heat. Ultimately, the chili stacking up munity, according to Mayor Huner.“It’s
stantly screaming. Matt tries to calm Brooklyn is dead, although the audience to the mayor’s standards was made by good for the city. It’s something that citi-
her down. can hear her pleas to wake up. Edith the law firm of Barber, Kaper, Stamm zens can come down to as a family af-
has to be removed quickly and is placed & McWatters who earned the Mayor’s fair during the day and the town really
Firefighters entered the scene with on the Life Flight helicopter. Her legs Choice Award while American Legion does support it- even in the gruesome
sirens blaring and flashers lit up. They were crushed under the dashboard, her Post 265 won Judge’s Choice and the heat. I’m very proud of our citizens and
quickly began working on checking the pulse is weak and she has suffered mul- Fulton County Humane Society won for the support [the cook-off] receives,” she
tiple broken bones. Grisier takes Brook- best decorated booth. said.
RESCUE PERSONNEL ... Firemen lyn’s body to the funeral home.
worked to extricate two students from For the People’s Choice Awards, The intent of the chili cook-off, ac-
the vehicle and send one to the hospi- A narrator has been describing the the Fulton County Humane Society cording to organizers, is to reiterate that
tal in an ambulance and the other on scene and tells students that in 2016 took first while Barber, Kaper, Stamm downtown Wauseon is open for busi-
LifeFlight. in Ohio, there were 1,054 fatal injury & McWatters earned second and the ness year round to provide for residents’
crashes, meaning there was a death ev- Wauseon Masonic Lodge was awarded thirst, hobbies, entertainment, profes-
ery 7.8 hours. Of these 346 were due to third. Cash prizes were awarded for sional needs and, of course, appetite for
alcohol-related accidents. Nearly half $400, $300, and $200 to the winners, mouth-watering food and community.
(48 percent) involve alcohol or distrac- respectively. Also renewed to this year’s
tive driving which includes texting. festivities in a new form was the battle Cory can be reached at
The message got through to Kevin, the publisher@thevillagereporter.com
drunken driver. Since he is planning on
going into law enforcement for a career
he is keenly aware of the dangers. When
asked about his experience he flatly ste-
ated “Never drink or drive.”

“Even if you feel OK, it’s not,” Kevin
said. “Definitely not.”The scenario was
very real to Kevin as he knows people
who have been in a similar accident.
Texting driver Matt likened the scene to
an out of body experience. “It’s so real; I
didn’t think it was going to be that real-
istic,” Matt said. “When they are cutting
the glass, it’s all falling on you, sirens
going on all around you. It’s real man.”

For Edith, the message was clear: Do
not drive and drink and do not text and
drink. “Because you could end up like
I did with both of my legs amputated,”
Edith said. She put herself in other peo-
ple’s shoes when the firefighters extri-
cated her from the car. The experience
was all too real for her. “I pray to God it
doesn’t happen to anyone,” Edith said.

James can be reached at
james@thevillagereporter.com

CRIME FIGHTER ... McGruff the Crime Dog greets children distributes junior dep-
uty badges along Fulton Street.

PHOTOS BY JAMES PRUITT, STAFF

REALITY ... The one student who had been drinking and who caused the accident
was taken by the Henry County Sheriff’s office and put under arrest. Grisier Fu-
neral Home came to the scene and took away the student who had died in the ac-
cident.

CONTINUED FROM THE FRONT PAGE LIVE MUSIC ... Local musical duo Cassidy and Webb Wells perform on the free
Williams County SWCD Turns 70 entertainment stage for the second year.

declared that the federal government lack of machinery for tile drainage. Tile TOP PRIZE ... Winning the People’s Choice Award for Best Chili and a $400 prize
bore permanent responsibility for re- was becoming more available, but the was the Fulton County Humane Society represented by (from l-r) Evan Kost, Darrin
ducing water and wind erosion of the county only had two. May 1950, the Kost, Jon Schamp and Heather Kost, pictured with Cook-off committee member
nation’s soils. Congress passed a reso- board appointed seven assistant super- Marc Matheny.
lution that was signed by the President visors to perform duties when there was
which allowed states to become the no supervisor. In 1960, Newcomer was Direct Access Testing
channel for soil and water conservation the first person selected as “Outstand-
assistance from the USDA to landown- ing Cooperator” Award. The award goes now at CHWC
ers. to a landowner or farmer for outstand-
ing conservation practices applied to Direct access testing (DAT) eliminates the need for a doctor’s order for
The Dust Bowl was a result of a ma- their land and for their support and pro- certain lab tests. Patients who are uninsured, have a health savings
jor drought and poor farming methods. motion of conservation. account, have a high deductible, or who don’t want to file a claim to their
These two factors caused the formation insurance may request the tests they need at a low out-of-pocket expense.
of “Black Blizzards” which were dust June 24, 1961, 2,000 people attend
clouds that formed in the Plains and an Air Tour and Field Day at the George Available on a walk-in basis:
traveled as many as 2,000 miles. One Mellott Farm. In 1963 the agency
storm deposited dust on the Statue of changes its name by adding water and Archbold Medical Center 121 Westfield Dr. M–F 8 a.m.–4 p.m.
Liberty and the U.S. Capitol –ironi- deleting county. Today agency works M–F 8 a.m.–8 p.m.
cally when congress was debating the with farmers to pursue best practices Bryan Hospital 433 W. High St. M–F 8 a.m.–4 p.m.
soil conservation bill. Soil and Water in regard to soil and water conservation
conservation districts were allowed in to protect the environment. The agency Montpelier Hospital 909 E. Snyder Ave.
Ohio in 1941 after Gov. John W. Bricker promotes the use of local resources for
signed a bill into law June 5. The Wil- economic growth. The scope of the ser-
liams County district was approved by vices includes, floodplain management,.
a majority of landowners April 12, 1947. Soil conservation, tree and fish sales,
stream protection, farmland preserva-
The Williams County Soil Conserva- tion, water quality, drainage, wildlife
tion District (SCD) gained approval from habitat, pond clinics and more.
the Ohio Soil Conservation Committee
April 21, 1947. The first Board of Su- At the recent Williams County Fair,
pervisors were elected May 24, 1947. the agency manned several displays
The board consisted of agriculture lead- showcasing its history and what it’s do-
ers from five townships. They included ing now. Nov. 9, the SWCD will host its
Albert S. Adsmond (Pulaski Township), annual meeting and banquet at the Vet-
Ray C. Borton (Brady Township), Leo erans Memorial Building, 875 E. Main
H. Dietsch (St. Joseph Township), Ells- St., Montpelier. The cost is $15 per tick-
worth E. Briner (Bridgewater Township) et. Two supervisors will be elected from
and Galen F. Newcomer (Center Town- 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., while the dinner and
ship). Newcomer was elected chair June program begins at 6:30. For more infor-
11, with Adsmond as vice-chair. Borton matoopn, call 419-636-9395, ext. 3.
was tapped for secretary-treasurer.
James can be reached at More information & pricing is available at chwchospital.org/DAT.
In its first report, the SCD noted the james@thevillagereporter.com

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Concerns Over Yearbook & Football Mental Health Awareness Week Set
Team Brought Before Delta School Board
For the 18th year, NAMI Four County
Delta Middle and Cade Al- will celebrate Mental Health Awareness
len and Erin Augsberger Week with a program and walk on Sunday
representing Delta High evening, October 1 starting at 6 p.m. at
School. St. John’s United Church of Christ, 950
The board approved Webster St., Defiance. The purpose of the
the August Financial program and the week is to promote pub-
Report and heard from lic understanding that mental illnesses
District Treasurer Matt are medical illnesses. Just like heart dis-
Feasel who reported a ease, they have a cause and treatments
seven-tenths of a percent that effectively manage the symptoms 70
reduction in state funding to 90 percent of the time.
for the district. “The new
state budget last week did Lou Levy, secretary of the local affiliate
not do us any favors,” he of the National Alliance on Mental Illness,
said. Also approved was a explained that mental illnesses are both
correction from a 2 hours quite common, affecting 20 percent of all
to 2.5 hours per day dis- adults, and one of the most under-treated
trict secretary contract for types of medical illnesses with only about
Brandi Sutton approved 40 percent of those affected ever seeking
PHOTO BY CORY JOHNSON, STAFF at the August meeting and treatment. “Through our candlelight pro- PHOTO PROVIDED
supplemental contracts gram and NAMI’s on-going free commu-
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT ... Principal Ellen Bernal for Amy Roth (FCCLA) and nity and family mental health education AWARENESS WEEK ... A candlelight
and School Board President Chad Hoffman recognized Randy Lintermoot (Middle programs, we try to raise awareness of walk for mental health from St. John’s
Elaina Hilyard (center) for earning the elementary School Football Assis- and understanding about mental illness United Church of Christ to the Defi-
school’s “Student of the Month” accolade. so individuals and families are encour- ance College campus follows the men-
aged to seek help,” Levy said. tal health awareness program at the
By: Cory Johnson tant) while a contract with church.
THE VILLAGE REPORTER Bronson Ebaugh for a Middle School “We celebrate Mental Health Aware- include John Bariage, Neal Deniston,
Football Assistant position was rescind- ness Week because there is hope – even Clarence Dinnen, Joan Dinnen, Lenore
The meeting room was full for the ed. Kolina Brown and Rebecca Write though mental health problems can seem Doctor, Marion Hanson, Mary Ann Hurst,
Pike-Delta-York Board of Education’s were approved as Volunteer Equestrian hopeless at times and be isolating for the Nancy Ruhe and Pam Schulte.Follow-
September 20th meeting with honored Club Advisors while Teresa Disbrow was individual and family. With treatment ing the hour-long program, a candlelight
students and individuals waiting to ad- approved as a Frequent Classroom Vol- and the support that NAMI offers, recov- walk will be held with refreshments and
dress the board seated amongst their unteer. ery isn’t only possible, it’s likely. “With fellowship afterward at the church.
families and district administrators. Salary revisions for continuing edu- treatment, individuals and families can
Joy Dunford and Jarren Heinemann, cation and teaching experience were live, laugh and love again,” he said. Pre- The program will be taped and broad-
students at Delta High School, present- awarded to Samantha (Kaczmarek) lude music for the candlelight vigil will be cast throughout October on TV-26.
ed their opposition to a recent change Black, Wendy Crew, Deedra Darby- provided by Ed Clinker. It begins about Planned air times are 9 p.m. on Mon-
in the way yearbooks are designed in Dixon Katie Hamilton, Kirsten Mignin, 5:50 p.m. at St. John’s United Church of days, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
the school. With a new production com- Ryan Ripke and Lisa Schmude. An Alge- Christ with the program starting at 6 p.m. The program can also be viewed on-line
pany, seniors were informed that their bra I Lab course was approved to added at www.TV-26.net. For more information
standard school photo will be used in- to the high school curriculum for the Four speakers will share their stories about NAMI Four County, its monthly
stead of having the option to submit 2017-18 school year to provide supple- of hope. They include Sharon Weaver, meetings, free family and community
their own senior portrait. mental instruction and be taken con- a NAMI member who teaches Family to mental health education programs, family
According to the students, school of- currently with the Algebra I class. Family, NAMI’s free family mental health and consumer support groups, and local
ficials were optimistic that the new com- The board also approved an overnight education class; Dustin McKee, NAMI behavioral healthcare providers, please
pany would keep funding local and pro- trip for nine students to attend the Na- Ohio’s policy director; Matthew Rizzo, visit www.namifourcounty.org. And, for
vide technical support to students in the tional FFA Convention October 25-28 in president and CEO of A Renewed Mind more information about mental illnesses,
yearbook class. However, in their expe- Indianapolis, IN and recommendations Behavioral Health; and Reverend Joe their symptoms and treatments, please
rience, the company has not responded for teachers who are in the RESA Pro- Payne, senior pastor of St. Paul United visit the national NAMI website at www.
Methodist Church in Defiance. nami.org.

to attempts at contact and other local gram to not be a part of the Ohio Teach- A Defiance area dulcimer group, the
Second Street Strings, will perform dur-
ing the program. Members of the group

entities will lose money with the change ers Evaluation System for the 2017-18 Bryan City Schools To Expand
for seniors. “Independent photographers school year, following the recommenda- Bus Service To Students
in the area will lose money from seniors tion of Senate Bill 3 and to approve Ken-
not getting pictures taken,” Heinemann neth Newton for a diploma for 2017.
said. The students also referenced a pe- Recommendations to enter into an
tition against the change signed by 159 agreement with the Northwest Ohio
underclassman and 69 upperclassman Educational Service Center at a cost of
and stressed that there is no legally $74.60 per hour for home speech thera- By: James Pruitt Sept. 18. **Shari Robison, Bus Driver/PS
Classroom Aide to a total of Bus Driver 3.5
binding contract, only a verbal agree- py services terminating June 15, 2018, THE VILLAGE REPORTER hrs/5 days per week and PS Classroom/
Recess/Dismiss Aide 2.5 hrs M and 4.75
ment, with the production company, enter into an agreement with the State The Bryan City Schools Board of Edu- hrs T-W-Th-F per week, Sept. 12.
Rose Photography, so far. of Ohio Department of Natural Resourc- cation met in regular session Sept. 1. The
A September 15th letter from High es Division of Wildlife to accept a $2,500 combined elementary school has opened **Michelle Missler – PK-5 Aide, 5.75 hrs
School Principal Kristie Reighard stated donation to start-up a middle school ar- nicely, despite putting 1,000 students un- per day, effective Sept. 12. Salary Sched-
that the change was to address the is- chery program and approve Kelly Kane der one roof. Parents seem to be adjusting ule Placement: Linnea Arps, MA level A-1
sue of seniors not being pictured in the to provide Homebound instruction to a to the new traffic flow patterns for drop salary schedule, Brittany Sanders, MA
yearbook in the case they could not af- student with medical needs as needed offs and pick-ups. Superintendent Diane level, A-1 salary schedule
ford the cost of senior pictures on their for up to 25 hours per week through Savage observed pickup for Sept. 18 and
own. While students are still permitted June 30, 2018 were also approved. timed it at 16 minutes from the first child Mentor Teacher: Ben Lupo – Elemen-
to submit their own senior portraits, In his report, Superintendent Ted leaving school to the last car in line leav- tary Music ;Valerie Plouck – HS LA/His-
Heinemann contends the suggested Haselman told the board that district ing. Parents are encouraged not to park tory @ Fountain City Christian School
collage-style feature of the submitted administrators are actively evaluating along the curb and to remain in their cars. ;Brittan Bosco – MS/HS Math @ Fountain
pictures is not enough to maintain the the recently released state report card This will speed up the process, she said. City Christian School; Elizabeth Cummins
value of the tradition. as one indicator of academic success – Kindergarten @ Fountain City Chris-
Julie Rogers also addressed the board and are already implementing plans for Busing within the zone closest to school tian School; Supplemental Contract: Zeb
in regards to what she thought of as an continual improvement. “The district should resume in October, Superinten- Frank – Varsity Softball Coach
improper discipline of a player on the has made some pretty positive gains in dent Diane Savage said. The district is in
football team by coaching staff causing some key areas,” he said. the process of training some new drivers, Substitutes: Teacher – Cheryl Buch-
six players to threaten to quit the team The next PDY Board of Education she said. The board supported a review of hop, Cheryl Casebere, Patti Coon Vicki
in support of the other player. “Where is meeting is scheduled for October 18, Policy 2413-Career Advising. Schools are Rathbun, Kelly Stahl, Jaci Underwood,
the professionalism of the coaches?” she 2017 at 6:30 p.m. in the board office at required state law to provide counseling Megan Wiles. Classified – Dawn Bany,
asked. Recognized by the board were the 504 Fernwood Street. and assistance to students venturing into Kristina Brown, Ken Harris, Ryan Mue-
students of the month for each school post-secondary education. hlfeld, Sandy Oberlin, Amanda Shuherk,
building. They are: Elaina Hilyard for Mark Snow, Faith Stambaugh, Theresa
Delta Elementary, Diane Eckenrode at The board approved a resolution estab- Wildman Volunteer: Carmen Hoden –
lishing an hourly wage rate for substitute
bus drivers not otherwise employed by the 8th Grade Class Concessions Moved:
Cory can be reached at Board of Education as regular employ- Seconded:
publisher@thevillagereporter.com The next board meeting is 7 p.m. Oct.

ees at 0 years of experience on the salary
schedule. The board approved a resolution 16.
Delta Elementary School to formally recognize District Support Or-
Event On Reading Is A Hit ganizations of the School District: Bryan James can be reached at
Athletic Boosters, Bryan Music Boosters, james@thevillagereporter.com

Bryan Academic Boosters,
Bryan Elementary PTO. The
board accepted the resigna-
tion for the purpose of re-
tirement for Jane Whisler,
will teach them a song and administrative assistant/
at the end of the week, they EMIS coordinator, effective
will come together as a Dec. 31.
school and sing that song,” The board accepted the
Johnson said. “Each grade resignation of Dawn Speel-
will have its own T-shirt.” man, PK-5 Lunchroom
Worker, effective Aug. 18.
Teacher Jill Anderson The board approved a one
organized the event. She year limited teaching con-
credited brainstorming by tract for Elizabeth Koval,
the staff for the variety of Elementary Music Teacher,
games around the baseball BA level, A-1 salary sched- October Fest
PHOTOS BY JAMES PRUITT, STAFF them and the types of ac- ule, 3 years experience. The
tivities the staff wanted the board approved the trans-
READING EVENT ... Pike Delta York Middle School kids to work on. A couple of fer of classified person-
teacher Mrs. Trowbridge had several elementary school the activities involved using nel: Aubra Dixon to PK-5 at the MADISON CHURCH OF GOD!
students help her tell the story of “Stone Soup,” to oth- an Ipad. “We just kind of AM Duty/1 on 2/PM Duty
er students and families at the conclusion of “Reading put it together from there,” Aide, 8.0 hrs per day, effec- Saturday, October 14th
is a Hit at Delta Elementary,” Sept. 18. More than 90 Anderson said. “We turned tive Sept. 14; Teresa Keller
students attended the event which showed kids dif- Connect 4 into a reading to PS Classroom/Recess/ The bonfire fires up at 5:00!
ferent ways to make reading fun through games and game; anything to make
activities. reading fun.” Dismiss Aide, 2.5 hrs on

By: James Pruitt Students who attended The kids have an incen- Monday and 4.75 hrs Tues-
THE VILLAGE REPORTER received a grade-level ap- tive to read: if the school day through Friday, effec-
propriate book gift cer- can read a collective 50,000 tive Sept 12; Sandra Huff-
At Delta Elementary tificates for the book fair minutes, they can attend a man to PK-5 Lunchroom
School teachers want kids scheduled for October. Par- game between the varsity Cashier, 3.5 hrs per day,
to know “Reading is a Hit” ents were eligible for tick- baseball and softball team effective Sept. 6.
and the school hosted a ets to sporting events, free Sept. 22. Anderson said Change in Classified
game night Sept. 18 drilling food from local restaurants, the kids would meet the Personnel Hours: Lori Poyn-
that point home. The K-4 pedicures and hair styling. goal. The event concluded ter, Bus Driver/Lunch- Join us for food, fun, games, and friendship!
school saw around 95 kids The school is using base- with Middle School teacher
attend the event. Various ball as the theme this year Mrs. Trowbridge who used room Worker to a total of We’ll have hotdogs, s’mores, cider and donuts, and games for
classrooms were home to to promote reading, last kids from the audience to 6-12 Lunchroom Worker
games and activities such year the theme was diving, perform the story of “Stone in Dishroom, 3.5 hrs per the whole family! Bring a chair! We’d love to see you there!
as bookmark making, Mad Principal Andrea Johnson Soup.”
Libs, Bingo, word searches said. “The music teacher day/5 days per week, 0 13730 County Road N-65, just West of SR15
and more. James can be reached at years experience and Bus
james@thevillagereporter.com Driver, 3.5 hrs per day/5 For more information,
days per week, effective call Pastor Mike Wilder at 419-485-4112.

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Edon Homecoming Court Announced Fulton Commissioners Approved Final

Payments For County Road M Work

COURT ... Attendants are chosen by each class, with the Queen chosen by the By: James Pruitt County and 4.5 percent in Williams
entire student body. Pictured above are (front row, left to right): Senior Attendant THE VILLAGE REPORTER County.
Desi Bohn, Queen Cameron Lord, Sophomore Attendant Claire Radabaugh. Back
row: Freshman Attendant Victoria Green, Travis Siebenaler, Carson Brandt, Junior The Fulton County Board of Commis- The Dog Warden’s report for the week
Attendant Chloe Thiel. sioners approved the following resolu- of Sept. 10-15, 2017, showed the office
tions at their Sept. 19 and 21 meetings: picked up 17 strays and redeemed 18
dogs. The office collected $195 in fees
• 2017-729 transfer requests. and fines. The commissioners approved
• 2017-730 Accept inter-county the annexation of five parcels by the vil-
transfer allocations and increase appro- lage of Delta from York Township.
priations for JFS.
• 2017-731 Approve payment No. 2 The commissioners approved the
for Bridge Project 25D.2 to Miller Bros. final payment to Miller Brothers Con-
Construction. struction of $177,245 for reconstruct-
The commissioners approved 2017- ing CR M between CR 23 and SR66 and
733 which set bid opening Jan. 18 for a change order of $5,882 increasing
Ditch 2123. The project has a project the total cost to $1.4 million including
cost of $92,000 and has a five-year pay- Bridge M23.9. The board approved FAA
back. At the Sept. 21 meeting, the board Reimbursement request for $2,996 for
reviewed the unemployment report for FY2014 Airport projects.
August 2017. The not-seasonally ad-
justed rate was 4.7 percent in Fulton James can be reached at
james@thevillagereporter.com

Edon High School Homecoming 2017 “Tis the Season for Bomber Victories!” will Metamora Fires Employee
be held on Friday, September 29, 2017, where the Edon Bombers will take on Car- & Gets New Polling Station
dinal Stritch Cardinals.
By: James Pruitt Karon Lane said that if Vance hasn’t
The festivities will kick off with a Parade beginning at 6:10pm at the bus barn THE VILLAGE REPORTER completed the work when requested to
parking lot, near the baseball field. Class floats will be decorated to represent mov- do it then he needs another write up.
ies. Pre-game Activities will host the Crowning Ceremonies at the football field. At Voters in Metamora and Amboy The list of properties, provided by the
Halftime the Queen and attendants will be escorted across the field by their relatives Township will have a new voting location employee, to have lawn repairs was re-
while the Edon High School Band, under the direction of Sarah Vogel, performs. this year. Voting will now take place in viewed. The mayor said council mem-
Queen Cameron will then address the fans. the Community Room at the Evergreen bers have as much power as he does
Community Library. The Board of Elec- when it comes to instructing employees.
A Semi-formal Dance will be held Saturday, September 30, from 8:00pm until tions is sending notification to all regis-
11:00pm in the Edon High School auditeria. Music will be provided by Fox Tunes tered voters of the new voting location. Hudik said that Vance doesn’t listen
Entertainment. Proceeds from this year’s Park-O-Rama to council members. The council agreed
stood at $7,726. to have Wysong write up Vance. Council
10th Annual Celebrate agreed to have the mayor formally write
4-H Camp Palmer Day Set Council received the festival’s finan- up the employee for insubordination.
cials. The next Park-O-Rama meeting is Rich Sauerlender motioned to terminate
Sunday, October 1 - 11 am-4 pm October 8- 1:00 pm-5:00 pm-4-H at 7 p.m. Sept. 27 in the village office. employment of Norman “Chip” Vance
The general public is invited to a day Camp Palmer Shoot-open to public Village staff is checking into creating a Sept. 12 due to performance below ex-
of celebration and fun geared to the youth ages 9-18 years old. 4 - H separate committee for the Park-O-Ra- pectations. Five council members voted
whole family family and for all ages. Camp Palmer is very appreciative for a ma. Some people have voiced interest in in favor of terminating Vance from vil-
The event will take place at 4-H Camp generous ODNR Grant, Division of Wild- being on the committee. The committee lage employment with John Hudik op-
Palmer in Fulton County-26450 life for Scholastic Steel targets, rifles, would still report back to council with posing.
County Rd. MN, Fayette Ohio 43521. pistols and additional equipment to im- the village responsible for the financials.
4-H Camp Palmeris owned and operated prove our programs! Registrations are Berkey provided their ordinance per- Fiscal Officer’s Report-
by 11 counties in northwest Ohio and taking place for Shotgun or Scholas- taining to sludge application in the vil- Justin Simon brought in a quote of
also is an outreach of Ohio State tic Steel division for this event on first lage and a response letter from the EPA $2,203.75 from Berkey Farm Center for
University Extension. come, first serve basis-contact Chuck addressing sludge complaints received the grass seed and fertilizer to plant 5
Please join us for a fun day! Activi- Wurth-419-237-2247 or wurth.6@osu. from Berkey residents. acres in the park. The quote was for 26
ties may include: carnival games with edu bags, 50 pounds a bag at $72.50 a bag
pumpkin painting, wagon rides, camp There are some farm lands within for a total of $1,885 for the grass seed
store, zip line, rifle, nature center, Recently, Sauder Stewardship Foun- Metamora and the village would like to and must be planted with the fertilizer.
climbing tower, archery, gaga ball, ca- dation made a $6000 grant to rebuild get some rulings on the books. Mayor No dirt has been brought in for the low
noeing, and flying squirrel. Free will of- the boys showers at the Sauder Recre- Ken Wysong will be at the Amboy Town- spots of the 5 acres. Simon will work
fering picnic lunch will be provided on a ation Hall. 4-H Camp Palmer board and ship meeting to get their views on the with the village on when it will be plant-
first come, first serve basis served staff are very thankful for this donation sludge applications. Sludge application ed.
from 12 noon-2:30 p.m. Also there will and others that have also reduced our smell outside the village can still impact The southwest area that is low is small
be craft and specialty vendors in Wood- pool loan to $43,000. Donations can residents. Bob Whalen, the village zon- and grass can be replanted later. The
land lodge. (more information on www. still be made to camp by calling 419- ing inspector, is a resident of Berkey. It west side of the property is full of sticks,
camppalmer.org) 237-2247 or emailing 4hcamppalmer@ was suggested that the village request he chunks of wood, rocks and weeds. It
gmail.com attend the Amboy Township meeting to should be cleaned up before the grass is
express his experience with the sludge in planted. Recommend planting by Sept.
ACTIVITIES ... The public is invited to celebrate Camp Palmer on October 1st from Berkey. If he is willing to attend, coun- 22, which should give time for the clean-
11am-4pm. cil approved Whalen flexing his time to up. The village received notice with the
attend the Amboy Township meeting. water bill there is a leak in the park. The
Council approved Ordinance #959, re- drinking fountain is still leaking, despite
stricting the use of municipal wastewa- it having been fixed multiple times.
ter sewage sludge within the village. The council decided to turn off the
water to the drinking fountain.and leave
The village has terminated its street the other water on for the rest of the park
supervisor for insubordination. The de- until painting in the park is completed.
cision came after council discussed an Pupos volunteered to shut off water to
email about the lack of action to re- the fountain. Justin Kreischer motioned
pair yard damage in 200 block of Maple to accept the Undivided Local Govern-
Street caused by sewer repairs. The vil- ment Fund in the sum of $19,945 from
lage received an email from residents Fulton County Budget Commission as
at the affected house. The email stated the Village of Metamora’s share.
there were sewer repairs done two to Leaf pick-up is scheduled for Mon-
three years ago and the yard damage days beginning Oct. 3 through Nov.27.
from sewer repairs were not completed The village will need to ensure the leaf
to their satisfaction. box and leaf vac are in good working
condition. NEWS is planning on flush-
The residents asked when the situa- ing hydrants throughout the system in
tion would be resolved. The lack of ac- September. Jamie VanAlstine is to work
tion by the employee, Chip Vance, be- five days a week until a replacement for
came a topic of discussion. “If the village the street employee is hired.
employee cannot get to the yard repairs A potential buyer of 235 and 239
then the village should hire someone to Maple Street would like to know if the
do the repairs, Council member John village will pay for the reconnection of
Hudik said. The mayor said he had it the water and installation of a new wa-
on a list for the employee to perform the ter meter at the Maple Street building.
yard repairs the Tuesday after Labor Council agreed the village is no longer
Day. handling the water utility. It will be up
to the property owner to contact NEWS
It had rained the night before leav- for water utility issues.
ing the ground wet. The employee asked
Wysong Tuesday what the mayor wanted Mayor’s Report - A busi-
him to do. Wysong replied to not make ness owner has requested
the matter worse but get started on it. council consider changing
the noise ordinance in the
business district to extend
the hours from 11p.m.
to 1a.m. on Friday and
Saturday. The Planning
Commission would need
to decide on this request.
A public hearing would
also need to be held.

James can be reached at
james@thevillagereporter.com

FCHC Birth
Announcements

9/12 - Austin and Hil-
ary Opdycke, Fayette, girl

9/18 - Adam and Eliz-
abeth Rees, Wauseon, girl

9/19 - Jordan and Je-
nalee Frank, Stryker, boy

9/21 - Kayla Wyse,
Fayette, girl

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Revival Seen As Booster Shot For Delta Village Council Meets
West Unity Church Attendees Briefly In Regular Session

PHOTO BY JAMES PRUITT, STAFF By: Nate Calvin 20.000 be changed from M-3 planned
THE VILLAGE REPORTER industrial to M-2 industrial. Ordinance
REVIVAL ... Josh and Ashley Franks sang several Southern Gospel standards to get #17-29 second reading- ordinance to
the congregation in the Spirit for the night’s revival message. It was a short meeting for Delta Vil- amend the Village of Delta zoning or-
lage Council on Monday, September dinance with the addition of recycling/
By: James Pruitt Unity and into a sparkling years now, started attend- 18th, 2017. After the meeting was called processing facilities to permitted uses
THE VILLAGE REPORTER new facility on the western ing following their grand- to order, council heard from the chair- within the M-2 general industrial zoning
outskirts of town. “That son’s wedding at the new man of the finance, rules & ordinances, classification. Resolution #17-09 sec-
Even when everything church, (the old sanctu- chapel. Janet Turner said village services, development & govern- ond reading-a resolution renumbering
looks like it is going great, ary), you couldn’t open the it was the first wedding at ment relations, safety which included resolutions with duplicated numbering.
a boost is often needed front door,” Mathis said. the new church. “He mar- the monthly report from the fire depart-
to put extra power in the “You had to go downstairs ried our grandson and we ment, and property committees. Follow- Under new business, Ordinance #17-
work. That’s what’s going to the restroom; there liked him (Mathis) and ing the finance and law director reports 31 first reading with emergency provi-
on at Living Hope Church was no kitchen. “When so we kept coming back,” and the Village Administrator report the sion-ordinance approving the recodifi-
in West Unity. The congre- it rained, the basement Janet Turner said. “It’s a reading of ordinances was conducted. cation, editing and inclusion of certain
gation has grown from 27 flooded. It started rough.” good family.”For Heather ordinances as parts of the various com-
in 2007 to 100 today un- Franklin, she fell in love In old business, Ordinance #17-24 ponent codes of the codified ordinances
der the pastorate of Dave The decision eventually with the church sitting in third reading-providing for the employ- of Delta, Ohio and declaring an emer-
and Dottie Mathis. came to leave the origi- the back row at a concert ment of Nathan Hartsock as police chief gency. Resolution # 17-10 first reading
nal home and move to a at the church. Attendance for the Village of Delta and authorizing with emergency provision-resolution of
“When they sent me to new home, on the west- at these events can reach the Mayor to sign a contract to effectu- necessity acknowledging the need to in-
this church, I didn’t know ern edge of town near the 160, Mathis said. ate the agreement. Ordinance #17-26 stall and provide sanitary sewer for resi-
that, but they were plan- new high school. As the second reading- providing for the em- dential properties fronting Wilson St.
ning on closing it,” Mathis congregation has grown, “I remember I was ployment of Brad Peebles as Village Ad- south of Bad Creek within the Village
said of the Free Methodist the $560,000 debt taken standing all the way in ministrator for the Village of Delta and of Delta and declaring an emergency.
Church’s plans. Mathis on in 2012 for the new the back because it was authorizing the Mayor to sign a contract Council then authorized the payment of
was a teacher in Union church has been whit- packed,” Franklin said. to effectuate the agreement. Ordinance invoices before adjourning for the eve-
City, Michigan, along with tled down to just a little “I can remember that so #17-28 second reading- ordinance to ning.
his wife for 30 years be- more than $150,000 in vividly. “All I can say the amend the Village of Delta zoning map
fore retirement. He was five years. The attendees power of the Holy Spirit reflecting parcel number 31-060735- Nate can be reached at
an associate pastor in at Living Hope, a mem- was so incredible that sports@thevillagereporter.com
Battle Creek and a pastor ber of the Free Method- night.”The experience mo-
of a struggling church in ist Church say they have tivated Franklin to pick up Wauseon Fire Department Awarded
Climax, Michigan before stuck around because the her son, Hunter, and go to Grant For Protective Gear
coming to West Unity. congregation is family. a local pizza parlor to hang
out with church members. By: Cory Johnson
The growth has led to a Growth came in many They began to impact his THE VILLAGE REPORTER
move from old, leaky build- ways. Bob and Janet life in a dramatic, yet posi-
ing in downtown West Turner, married for 52 tive way, Heather Franklin Fire Chief Rick Slud-
said. er announced to the
Wauseon City Council
Hunter has been a part in their September 18th
of the congregation since meeting that the fire de-
that night and is now part partment was recently
of the technology team at awarded a $10,800 Fire-
the church. “I really like fighter Exposure to En-
this church; I just got bap- vironmental Elements
tized (Aug. 13),” Hunter Grant from the Ohio Bu-
Franklin said. “I was not reau of Workers’ Com-
doing well and then I came pensation. “The highest
here and it all changed.” areas of exposure for fire-
fighters are their necks,
Latecia Cantu is an- faces and hands to chem-
other young convert who icals after you’re in a
now helps in the nurs- fire. [The grant] provides
ery. Since attending the new hoods and gloves so
church, she said her life PHOTO BY CORY JOHNSON, STAFF
has improved and she we can send these in for ANNOUNCEMENT OF GRANT ... Chief Rick Sluder (far
feels so much better. The cleaning and have ex- left) reports about numerous activities within the fire
congregation covers a tra sets of our [personal department, including a $10,800 grant secured.
broad spectrum of ages, protective equipment] to
Mathis said. This runs wear,” Sluder said.
The Delta counter to the normal Chief Sluder also reported that the having to raise any additional funds for
conditions where a church that,” he said.
Apple Dumpling reflects the pastor’s age. department is preparing various pre-
“All ages pay attention to sentations for Fire Safety Week, Oc- Director of Public Service Dennis
Festival Josh,” Mathis said refer- tober 8-14, 2017. The program will Richardson told council that drawings
ring to Wednesday night’s feature various tours and safety dem- for a biosolids improvement project at
Saturday, September 30 guest vocalist and preach- onstrations, particularly with Wauseon the city’s water reclamation plant are
from 10 am-2 pm er, Joshua Franks. “These students. about 30 percent complete after a meet-
young people are on fire ing with the project engineers. Richard-
at the corner of Main & Monroe Street for the lord and it has The department also participated son also reported that steady progress
changed their lives.” in exercises with the Fulton County is being made on the city pool with no
There will be: Emergency Management Agency dur- issues so far, he is working on the de-
To keep the member- ing the Fulton County Fair. The exer- partment budget, and city crews are
• Vendors • Food ship on fire, Mathis sched- cise focused on the county accountabil- beginning work on water lines on Su-
• Pie Throwing Contest uled a nearly week-long ity system and patient tracking system perior Street.
revival featuring a two for mass casualty incidents. “It was a
• Pie Baking Contest different music ministry very quiet fair this year, but the system Councilor Shane Chamberlin report-
and Auction teams and an evangelist worked well for us,” Sluder added. Due ed that a recent Street Committee meet-
to reach newcomers and to a lack of interest, Police Chief Keith ing featured discussion on placing a
• Quarter Scramble rejuvenate established be- Torbet told council that the scheduled speed bump in the area of Virginia and
• Activities for the Kids lievers. Citizen’s Police Academy was cancelled Doris Drives per a resident’s request.
as it did not make “fiscal sense” to The committee decided it did not war-
• HEATING The opening service host. Instead, a use of force and fire- rant action. In a slim legislative agenda,
was pure Southern Gos- arms training simulator will be offered council approved a second reading of a
• DRAIN CLEANING pel-driven preaching and to the public on September 28th from resolution accepting the recommenda-
singing. Josh Franks was 6-9 p.m. with the class size limited to tion of the Revolving Loan Fund Com-
joined by his wife Ashley 15 people. mittee authorizing the mayor to enter
and the pair belted out into an agreement with Wauseon Ma-
many standards and the A community grant applied for by chine & Manufacturing.
congregation ate it up. the police department for Safety City
The music was accom- was denied from the Office of Criminal The next city council meeting is
panied by several rounds Justice Services, but fundraising con- scheduled for October 2, 2017 at 5:00
of clapping and dutiful tinues, Torbet also told council. “We are pm in council chambers at the Wauseon
shouts of “Amen” when continuing to push forward with other Municipal Building.
prompted by Josh Franks.
• COOLING ELECTRICAL Franks preaching followed funding sources for Safety City so we Cory can be reached at
the southern tradition of a
1-800-455-KERN • PLUMBING near melodic cadence that can keep that program afloat without publisher@thevillagereporter.com
got the audience fired up
1-419-822-3888 • DUCT CLEANING by the end. The Franks Millcreek-West Unity Board Of Education
will be in town through Approves School Supply Donations
24 Hour Service • Owners: Bob & Beth Tejkl Friday and then Johnson
Edition will be in concert,
$10 OFF CLEANING SERVICE & SAFETY CHECK with an evangelistic mes-
sage by Thomas Raymun-
Enjoy The Delta do, Sept. 23-24. The Millcreek-West Unity Board of Ed- The Board approved the resignation of
Apple dumpling ucation met for their regularly scheduled Bill Williams as the 7th grade boys bas-
meeting on September 18, 2017 at 6pm. ketball coach, graduate studies for Sarah
Festival! The agenda was approved and the prin- Rupp for 3 semester hours in the fall of
cipals presented their monthly reports. A 2017 at Defiance College (Student Teach-
Delta, OH letter to the board of education was given ing), Katie Frey for 3 semester hours in the
by Abbie Smith (union president). Brian fall of 2017 at Bowling Green State Uni-
James can be reached at Wieland updated the Board on the ADA versity (Statistics in Education), rescind
james@thevillagereporter.com work at the football and track complex. Jennifer Yoh resident educator mentor
(May 18, 2017) as one teacher as already
Other approvals included the min- completed the course, approved employ-
utes from August 2017, financial state- ment for 2017-2018 for Susan Dominique,
ments and investments for August 2017, Phillip Fogel, Carol McInerney, Debbie
the purchase of the Reading Wonders Se- Nixon, Rachel Rutkowski, Tom Smith, and
ries ($56,000), and disposal of outdated Sam Steffes as substitute teachers, Jenni-
and obsolete chrome books and technical fer Yoh as resident educator mentor (3rd
equipment. year), and Desiree Arps as Local Profes-
sional Development Committee member.
The Board also approved school sup-
plies donations from West Unity Presbyteri- Permanent appropriations by funds for
an Church, GenFed Credit Union (Natasha the fiscal year 2018 were approved as well
Baldwin), and Alvordton United Brethren as the revenue changes to the general fund
Church and Jackie Jermeay. Karrie Pat- and Title IV-A fund. In the executive ses-
ton (Farmers Insurance) donated school sion no action to follow for the discussion
supplies and staff refreshments. The Unity of compensation of a public employee.
Power Club donated $150 to the band.

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Veterans Replacing War Memorial Monuments In Montpelier

go a different route. The trustees want to Fackler does the engraving of the five,” Motter said. “We just had a World
save as much of the existing monuments names on the monument’s exterior pan- War II veteran pledge the price for one.”
and then start over. els. The font is larger to make the names
easier to see and engrave. Also, it enables Any sponsorship will be recognized by
“The idea of this is these are points the effort to add more names of local vet- a black granite plaque set in the pave-
of stars,” Motter said of the monuments erans. ment in front of the monument. This way
which are arranged that if viewed from the effort won’t be cheapened by advertis-
the air would look like a Congressional “For World War II, we got to get 1,000 ing, Motter said.
Medal of Honor. names on each monument because we
had 4,000 from Williams County,” Mot- The design concept was created by
The original monuments are set on ter said. “It’s going to take at least three Motter and then turned into reality by
concrete slabs that go down 4 feet. To years.” Anthony Salazar of Fackler.
maintain the theme, the new monuments
will be made of black granite shipped Fackler had to create a stencil out of The project will move on to the Korean
from India and the images laser-engraved a plastic material and then engravers War monument after the World War II
by a company in Indiana, Motter said. have to pick out the centers of the letters tributes are complete. From there will be
before they can take it into the room to Vietnam and then the more current wars
The new monuments will only come sandblast it, Motter said. before the earlier wars are accomplished.
up 2 inches off the ground as opposed to
18 inches for the current monoliths. “Its labor intensive,” Motter said. Eventually there will be lights added
The new monuments cost about to the flag poles in the middle of the star
“Just to give more room for the names $9,000 each and the veterans group is points that will have red, white and blue
on the outside,” Motter said. “It’s a clean- raising the money without any county, lights to shine on the monuments for Me-
er, more modern design.” state or federal government contribu- morial Day, Veterans Day and Indepen-
tions. The laser etchings are another dence Day.
The new monuments will look like a $300 per photo.
troop ship when coming from outside of “We have funding now for the first James Pruitt may be reached at
the circle. The interior faces will be inset james@thevillagereporter.com
with a field of stars resembling a folded
PHOTOS BY JAMES PRUITT, STAFF flag, with the military shield emblazoned
MONUMENTS ... Pictured above are the over the stars. The shield will remain
monutments at the Williams County Vet- the same for World War II, but will be
erans Building. changed for the other wars

By: James Pruitt The interior walls will have laser-
THE VILLAGE REPORTER drawn images of the war and information
The monuments at the Williams about different phases. The exterior will
County Veterans Building in Montpelier bear the names of the soldier.
are getting a whole new look.
The project’s objective is a redesign of “There is symbolism involved here,”
the monuments to better showcase the Motter said. “This being inlaid gives us
names of all the Williams County veter- room for pictures and stories on the in-
ans who fought in the wars. The project side.”
is entirely privately funded and will take
a couple of years to complete. The first new monument has informa-
Project Manager Kevin Motter said tion and images from Pearl Harbor and
the original material of the monuments the Bataan Death March. Later monu-
wasn’t holding up, so two years ago the ments will carry information for signifi-
trustees decided, after exhausting all of cant battles for the respective years of the
their options with the manufacturer, to war.

“We can carry those stories all the way
through,” Motter said. “Korea will be a
little bit different.”

Williams County Sewer Customers
Could See Rate Increases After
County Bill From Bryan Jumps

By: James Pruitt budget and it jumped our budget almost
THE VILLAGE REPORTER 8 percent instantly.”The commissioners
asked Roth if it was feasible to have Hal-
Increased rates from the city of Bry- lock and Bona Vista served by county
an for sewer services has the Williams facilities such as Norlick Place or South
County Engineers Office looking at Central.
ways to get around those costs. The rate
increase comes at a time when Engineer “My feeling is if you don’t control your
Todd Roth is trying to develop a five- own product, you don’t control your
year capital improvement project. With own destiny,” Commissioner Brian Da-
a budget for sanitary sewers at around vis said. “I know you have upfront con-
$500,000, he recently learned it will struction costs and stuff but sever that
cost around $90,000 to repair seven lift portion of the sewer going into Bryan.”
stations. Roth will return to the board with a pro-
posed budget that will have some cuts
Roth came to the Williams Board of and some increased rates. The county
County Commissioners to ask for help. has 1,200 billable customers.
Roth’s office has two subdivisions Bona
Vista and Hallock which are served by In other actions the commissioners
Bryan. The city’s total bill to the county approved various transfer requests by
rose by 40 percent, he said. The county several departments. The commission-
pays a base fee and for flow rate, Roth ers approved a transfer of the Commu-
said. The base fee jumped 77 percent. nity and Protective Services allocation of
$51,369 to help Jobs and Family Ser-
“That is a big increase,” Roth said to vices office to help pay for foster care
the commissioners. “It is a big increase services for the rest of the year.
to begin with and I am not saying that
we pay too much for sewer rates, but it James can be reached at
is a big increase when you look at our james@thevillagereporter.com

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ADAMhs Board Approves Funding For Programs That Target High Risk Youth

The Four County ADAMhs Board county area, is specifically designed for strengthen the family unit. represent about 19 percent of this ar-
has approved funding for two evidence- families in which one or both parents ADAMhs Board CEO Les McCaslin ea’s population; however, they have
based programs that are designed to have a serious problem with alcohol or accounted for 40 percent of this year’s
serve high risk youth who are at risk drugs with a co-occurring high risk for explained that several judges have re- suicides. Both Long and McCaslin dis-
of involvement with the juvenile jus- family violence or child neglect. quested a program like Celebrating cussed some of the awareness and pre-
tice system and their families. The Families! The other program, func- vention efforts that the ADAMhs Board
$140,000 contract with A Renewed The intensive program works with tional family therapy, brings the entire has started or is planning to specifical-
Mind Behavioral Health will also pro- the entire family to strengthen addic- family, the behavioral health system, ly target middle-aged males.
vide a behavioral health counselor for tion recovery for the parents and break juvenile justice, schools and any other
the Bryan City Schools. the cycle of addiction from extending to system that needs to be involved with Long said that in most cases a re-
their children. Counselors work with the family to reduce out of home place- cent, significant event preceded the
Celebrating Families!, one of the pro- the entire family to reduce risk fac- ments, substance use and repeat de- suicide. However, she said the key is
grams that A Renewed Mind Behavioral tors for addiction and build recovery linquency of qualifying youth while im- to get men to seek medical help – some-
Health will implement across the four skills as well as healthy living skills to proving overall family functioning. thing women are far more likely to do.
“Depression is treatable. Suicide is
Ag Fest A Hit With Kids Functional family therapy is for preventable,” Long said.
In Fulton County youth who are 10 to 18 years old with
severe behavioral problems and who In other action at the September 14
By: James Pruitt have been or are at risk of becoming ADAMhs Board meeting, the board…
THE VILLAGE REPORTER involved with the juvenile justice sys-
The Fulton Soil and Water Conservation District hosted a two-day Ag Fest for tem. In Pennsylvania where the func- • Accepted the determination of the
third graders in the county. The event featured demonstrations of a dairy cow, tional family therapy program has been budget commission that two, seven-
bees, alpacas, small animals, soil, pollinators, a blacksmith and trip to a museum, used for nearly 10 years, studies esti- tenths mill operating levies are needed
all on the Fulton County Fairgrounds. The event exposed many of the children to mate that for every dollar spent to pro- by the board.
farm life for the first time. The kids were excited and seemed to enjoy themselves. vide the therapy some $14.56 is saved
in juvenile justice system costs as well • Approved a Title XX contract of up
James can be reached at james@thevillagereporter.com as costs to victims. In Brown County, to $90,000 with Quadco Rehabilitation
New York, where the program has also Center to be used for vocational and
been used for a number of years, 99 employment services during the cur-
percent of the youth who completed the rent fiscal year.
program in 2011 had no new felony of-
fenses and 89 percent had no new mis- • Approved a five year contract with
demeanor offenses. Clifton Larson Allen LLP, a Toledo ac-
counting firm, to conduct annual fi-
Both Celebrating Families! and nancial and compliance audits of
functional family therapy are inten- agencies that receive ADAMhs Board
sive, short-term programs. During funding. The contract for the first year
McCaslin’s presentation to the board is $103,400 and increases by $1,600
he shared a troubling statistic – the each of the following four years.
number of suicides this year in the
four county area. He reported that 17 • Approved a $31,600 contract
residents of the area have completed amendment for Maumee Valley Guid-
suicide so far in 2017, adding that two ance Center for two client placements
were completed recently within hours in group homes.
of one another in different counties.
• Approved a $6,000 expenditure
Tonie Long, the program director as the board’s share of the Defiance
of the Four County LOSS team (Lo- County health needs assessment.
cal Outreach to Survivors of Suicide),
added that most of the recent suicide • Approved $25,000 to support the
victims have been middle-aged males. Northwest Ohio Court Appointed Spe-
She explained that middle-aged men cial Advocates (CASA) program in De-
fiance, Henry and Williams counties.
The board also met in executive session
to discuss the purchase of property,
but took no action.

Fiber Arts Fest To Be Held September
30th & October 1st At Sauder Village

Archbold, OH – Fiber artists from this fun opportunity and pre-regis-
throughout the region will be gath- tration is not required.
ering in Archbold on Saturday, Sep-
tember 30 and Sunday, October1 for A variety of unique workshops
the annual Fiber Arts Fest at Sauder are also being offered as part of the
Village. Guests will be able to watch 2017 Fiber Arts Fest. Fiber artists
spinning, weaving, knitting, crochet- Sonja Downey, Kate Larson and Joan
ing tatting, and many other fiber arts Sheridan are offering both full and
demonstrations. There will be work- half-day workshops on Friday, Sep-
shops, fiber exhibits, and vendors tember 29 and Saturday, September
will be selling handmade items and 30. Workshop details and registra-
fiber art supplies. tion information is available online
at https://saudervillage.org/class-
“We are thrilled to have so many es-events/special-events/fiber-arts-
talented fiber artists and vendors fest/workshops
joining us again this year for our an-
nual Fiber Arts Fest at Sauder Vil- While at Sauder Village, guests will
lage,” shared Kim Krieger, Media also want to visit places like the Spin-
Relations. “There continues to be an ning Shop, Weaving Shop, Basket
increased interest in fiber arts and Shop and Threads of Tradition Quilt
we welcome the opportunity to cel- Shop in the Historic Village to enjoy
ebrate and share information about even more unique demonstrations
these crafts with our guests.” and unique shopping opportunities.
Throughout the weekend guests can
A highlight of the event this year also see fiber arts demonstrations in
is a special display of antique and some of the historic homes, natural
vintage textiles presented by fiber dyeing demonstrations, and hear a
artist Joan Sheridan. From towels reading of the book “Woolbur” in the
and purses to feed bags and lace, at Grime Home – especially for kids!
this year’s Fiber Arts Fest you will be
able to view textiles from the last 200 Saturday, September 30 is also
years. The earliest object is a “show Lucas County Appreciation Day at
towel” from Pennsylvania and other Sauder Village. Thanks to our spon-
items on display include lace baby sor The Edge Group, all residents of
bonnets, sugar sack aprons and sev- Lucas County will receive free admis-
eral different kinds of rugs. A collec- sion to the Historic Village and Fiber
tor since the 1970s, Joan Sheridan Arts Fest in Founder’s Hall (with valid
is a textile specialist volunteer at The ID) on September 30 from 10:00 a.m.
Henry Ford Museum of American In- until 5:00 p.m. The County Days
novation in Dearborn, Michigan. events have been a great way to en-
courage people in local communities
Throughout the weekend guests to visit and see all the changes that
can watch as craftsmen share their have taken place over the years at
love of turning fibers into finished Sauder Village.
products. Guests will have an op-
portunity to visit with fiber artists Other upcoming fall events at
and watch as they demonstrate spin- Sauder Village include the Transpor-
ning, weaving, knitting, rug hook- tation Exploration event on October 7
ing, tatting and crocheting. There & 8, Fall on the Farm/Scout Day on
will also be craftsmen demonstrat- October 14, Fall Family Fun Nights
ing felting, bobbin lace, spinning on on October 20 & 21 (pre-registration
a great wheel, peg knitting, using a required) and Community Health Day
blending board, flax processing and on October 21.
using a sock machine. A number of
vendors will be set-up in Founder’s Historic Sauder Village is open
Hall – offering guests a great oppor- Tuesday through Friday from 10:00
tunity to purchase supplies or hand- a.m.-3:30 p.m., Saturday from 10:00
made items. There will also be a fun a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and Sunday after-
“Fiber Arts Zone” with a variety of noon from noon-4:00 p.m. The His-
fiber-related activities for children to toric Village is closed on Mondays,
try including carding wool, spinning, except holidays. Admission is $17.00
weaving, making felt balls, making for adults and $11.00 for students
yarn dolls and working with sewing ages 6-16. Children 5 and under are
cards. always free with family and Sauder
Village members receive free admis-
New this year a free “Fiber Arts sion to the Historic Village for an en-
Saturday Night String Along” is being tire year. Senior, Military and AAA
offered at the Sauder Heritage Inn. discounts are also available. Again
Fiber arts enthusiasts are encour- this year, children 16 and under are
aged to bring knitting needles, spin- free every Sunday this season. For
ning wheels and looms and work on more information phone 1-800-590-
projects from 6 p.m. until 2 a.m. at 9755, visit www.saudervillage.org,
the Heritage Inn. There is no fee for like Sauder Village on Facebook or
follow us on Twitter and Instagram.

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Library News

Bingo For Books At The Jim Kleefeld Presents Ohio Spirits
Edgerton Branch Library Program At Edon Branch Library

On Friday, October 20 the Edgerton participants. Popular performer Jim Kleefeld will teens, and adults will love. Jim brings
Branch Library will be holding “Bingo The Edgerton Branch Library is lo- be presenting his spooky program a collection of ghostly and unusual
for Books” from 3:30 to 4:30 pm. Win- Ohio Spirits: Stories, Legends and artifacts and will try to initiate con-
ners who get a Bingo get to choose a cated at 319 North Michigan Avenue. Tales from Haunted Ohio Places at tact with spirits. Participants will see
free book! This event is open to kids For more information or to sign up, the Edon Branch Library on Monday, strange artifacts, learn about spiritu-
ages 7 through 13, and is limited to 20 please call the library at 419-298- October 16 at 6:00 pm. Ohio Spirits alist powers and hear stories of mad-
3230. is a 60-minute collection of stories deningly scary events! Make sure to
and legends taken from non-fiction attend as mysterious events may oc-
Busy Fingers Craft Club accounts of ghostly investigations cur! Refreshments will be provided by
At Edgerton Branch Library and haunted happenings. Jim tells the library.
tales of spirits who supposedly haunt
the Mansfield Reformatory, Franklin The Edon Branch Library is lo-
Castle, Concord Cemetery and more. cated at 105 South Michigan Street.
Ohio Spirits is a presentation tweens, For more information, please contact
Cyndi Jewell at 419-272-2839.

ATTENTION CRAFTERS!! The Edger- cross stitching, crocheting, knitting,

Edon Branch Library To Host Halloween Partyton Branch Library has a program just etc. for a relaxing couple of hours of just
for you, the Busy Fingers Craft Club! stitching and chatting together.
The group will meet on Thursdays, Oc- The Edgerton Branch Library is lo- The Edon Branch Library will be hosting a Halloween Party on October 23 from
tober 05 and 19 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. 6:00 to 7:00 pm. All ages are welcome to attend! There will be a costume contest, a
All local crafters are welcome to join! cated at 319 North Michigan Street. For mad scientist laboratory, various games, snacks, and an eerie photo booth! Come
Bring your craft project, whether it is more information, contact Shanea Her- on out for a spooktacular time!
man at 419-298-3230.
The Edon Branch Library is located at 105 South Michigan Street. For more
Edon Library’s Book Adult Coloring Class Atinformation, please contact Cyndi Jewell at 419-272-2839.
Club Sets Schedule Edgerton Branch Library

Edon Library’s book discussion December 20: Optical Delusions in Take part in Adult Coloring at the will be provided, but attendees are wel-
group, “Page Turners” meets at 7:00 Deadwood by Ann Charles Edgerton Branch Library on Mondays, come to bring their own. The Edgerton
pm, on a designated Wednesday of each October 02 and 16. Adults are welcome Branch Library is located at 319 North
month. If you love to read and discuss January 24: One Second After by to stop in anytime throughout the sched- Michigan Street. For more information,
books, you are invited to join the group. William R. Forstchen uled days and relax at the library while please contact Shanea Herman at 419-
Copies of the next book to be discussed coloring! Pictures and coloring utensils 298-3230.
are waiting at the library desk for any- February 21: Killing Jesus by Bill
O’Reilly

March 28: The Last Mile by David
one wishing to be a part of the club. The Baldacci
dates and book selections for the next April 25: The Roanoke Girls by Amy
few months are as follows:
September 27: Good Brother Bad

Delta Elementary StudentsBrother by James Cross Giblin
Engelby
May 23: Into the Water by Paula
The Edon Library is located at 105
October 25: The Body in the Library S. Michigan Street. For more informa-
by Agatha Christie tion about the Page Turners Book Club, Rewarded For Reading
please contact library manager Cyndi
November 29: The King of Lies by
John Hart Jewell at 419-272-2839.
By: James Pruitt

October Lego Club Schedule THE VILLAGE REPORTER
Students at Delta Elementary School got to enjoy a game of whiffle ball between
members of the varsity baseball and softball teams against some teachers. The
For Edgerton Branch Library game was a reward for reading for 50,000 minutes, school-wide. The students sat
in the outfield grass to watch the game. Each grade had its own color and some
classes really got into it. The teachers rallied from three runs down to win the game
The Edgerton Branch Library is in- bring your creative minds. The Lego 5-3.
viting you to join the Lego Club!! Differ- Club is a great way to encourage cre- James can be reached at james@thevillagereporter.com

ent age groups will meet on designated ativity and team work amongst young
Wednesdays, from 3:15-4:00 pm. The children. It is the perfect program for
schedule for October is as follows: kids who love to build. So don’t hesi-
Wednesday, October 04 – Kindergar- tate, drop in and join the building fun!
ten and 1st Grade Children will not be allowed to leave
Wednesday, October 11 – 2nd and the library until a parent comes inside
3rd Grade to pick them up. The Edgerton Branch
Wednesday, October 18 – 4th and Library is located at 319 North Michi-
5th Grade gan Avenue. For more information,
Legos will be provided by the library. contact Shanea Herman at 419-298-
Please do not bring your own Legos, just 3230.

Swanton Library Fall 2017 Storytime
Classes for Preschool Age Children

On Tuesday mornings and Wednesday afternoons, Swanton Public Library of-
fers the opportunity for your baby, toddler, or preschooler to have fun and learn at
the same time through weekly classes held at the library. The first six-week session
begins Tuesday, September 12 and continues through Wednesday, October 18.
This session children can make summer last a little longer with the theme “LIFE’S
A BEACH.” Registration is not required for these programs.

Program times and days are as follows:
• Once Upon a Story, for ages 3 to 5, meets on Tuesday mornings at 10:30 am
in the children’s program room.
• Tales for Tots, for babies and toddlers ages 6 months through 2 years old
with an attending adult, meets on Tuesday mornings at 10:30 am in the library
community room.
• Once Upon a Story, for ages 1 to 5 (2 and under with attending adult), meets
on Wednesday afternoons at 4:30 pm in the children’s program room.
For more information, call 419-826-2760, visit our website at http://www.
swantonpubliclibrary.org, or visit us at 305 Chestnut Street in Swanton.

Pumpkin Decorating Contest
At Edgerton Branch Library

The Edgerton Branch Library will be ber 03. This contest is open to all ages.
holding a Pumpkin Decorating Contest! There will be prizes for each age group!
Decorate a pumpkin as your favorite
book character, bring it to the library The Edgerton Branch Library is lo-
by 11:00 am on Saturday, October 21, cated at 319 North Michigan Street. For
and it will be on display through Novem- more information, please contact Sha-
nea Herman at 419-298-3230.

Scooby Doo Party
At Stryker Branch Library

The Stryker Branch Library will be You don’t want to miss this party as
hosting a Scooby Doo Party on Mon- there will be lots of surprises! The
day, October 30th from 3:15 to 4:00 pm Stryker Branch Library is located at 304
for kids in grades preschool through South Defiance Street. For more infor-
6th grade. There will be games, prizes, mation, please contact Connie Aeschli-
crafts, and of course…Scooby snacks! man at 419-682-5081.

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Montpelier Homecoming 2017 Enjoys Summer Like Weather

By: Nate Calvin WE’RE A TEAM
THE VILLAGE REPORTER

It certainly didn’t feel like homecoming weather
with temperatures in the low 90s during the day. Stu-
dents of Montpelier High School enjoyed the weather
as much as the activities that were part of the 2017
Homecoming. Festivities actually began on Thursday
night with a parade that included football players,
cheerleaders, marching band, class banners, and the
2017 Homecoming Court, snake dance down Brown
Road, and a bonfire behind Montpelier High School.

On Friday night things started with each class en-
tering the football stadium displaying their class ban-
ner. In judging that happened earlier in the day, the
Freshmen received fourth place, the Sophomores third
place, second place went to the Juniors and first place
was awarded to the Senior class. The Homecoming
Court was then introduced starting with the freshman
attendant Addison Thompson. She is the daughter of
Nathan and Tashia Thompson and her escorts were
Gavin Stratton and Tylor Yahraus. The sophomore at-
tendant was Sage Gauden, daughter of Jim Gauden
and Heather Goebel and she was escorted by Cole
Dewire and Alex Vankham. The junior class was rep-
resented by Rheanna Stoy, daughter of Mark Oliph-
ant and Lana Stoy. Rheanna’s escorts for the evening
were Dakota Benner and Tanner Sanders. There were
three senior candidates for Homecoming Queen be-
ginning with Jacqueline Carlson. She is the daughter
of Andy and Julie Carlson and was escorted onto the
field by Austin Grubb and Jaden Vantong. The second
candidate was Summer Moon, daughter of Duanne
Moon and Annie Moon and her escorts were Christian
Blosser and Nathan Hutchison. The final contestant
for queen was Aubree Moss, daughter of Taber Moss
and Jody Moss. Her escorts were Evan Friend and
Kolden Uribes. Last year’s Homecoming Queen Meili
Leung was in attendance to crown the 2017 Montpe-
lier Homecoming Queen which went to Miss Summer
Moon.

The Montpelier football team capped off the evening
by taking care of business on the field as they defeated
Toledo Christian 49-27 to earn their first win of the
season.

Nate Calvin may be reached at publisher@thevillagereporter.com

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Super Streaks Return To Archbold Elementary School

By: James Pruitt has had two successful evacuation prac- pathways to graduation for the class of The board approved Fund Transfer of
THE VILLAGE REPORTER tices to the rally point at the Methodist 2018. Previously the Department of Edu- $10,306.92 from GF to Turbine Mainte-
Church, along with one practice lock- cation required completion of 21 credits nance, 003-9001. The board approved
Archbold soccer players were able to down drill. through course work and 18 total points Fund Transfer of $11,208.09 from GF to
play the at Spengler Field earlier this on the end of course exams. Under this HB 264 Loan Fund, 002-9914. The board
month. “I want to thank our players and The athletic department hosted two new legislation there are “pathways to approved revisions/additions to Neola
coaches for their patience as we worked large events Sept. 9. The volleyball pro- graduation” for students who do not re- Policies 2464, 3217, 4217, 5111.01,
to get the field ready for their games,” Su- gram hosted eight teams in the second ceive the 18 points on the EOC tests. 5111.03, 7217, 8300, 8305.The board
perintendent Aaron Rex said in his report annual Junior High Spiketacular at AHS school counselors will be meeting approved revisions to policy #2105, Mis-
to the Board of Education, Sept. 18. “Also AMS and AHS. Two hundred forty boys’ individually with seniors who do not have sion of the District.
a thank you to the staff that put in extra and girls’ cross-country runners partici- the required 18 points to develop a plan The Board of Education of the Arch-
time to arrange for goals, clock, benches, pated in the Junior High portion of the on which “pathway” they will be taking to bold Local School District, as the taxing
and more. Archbold Invitational. Sept. 13-15 fifth graduation. authority of the Archbold Community Li-
graders completed mandated diagnos- Upcoming Events: brary, on their behalf, requests that the
“We are glad to be back and using tic testing in reading, math and general Oct. 5 Homecoming Bonfire current Library levy in excess of the ten-
Spengler Field. I hope people will come cognitive ability. The online testing will Oct. 6 Alumni Band mill limitation approved by the voters on
out and join us for a game.”Early steps provide some general information on stu- Oct. 7 Homecoming Dance May 6, 2014 be rolled back or not col-
are being taken to get started with Final dents’ general skill levels as they enter Oct. 12 Two Hour Delay – In-service lected for tax year 2017, payable in 2018
Forms. This program would allow the AMS and meet a requirement to assess Oct. 15 Fall Choir Concert 2:30 pm on account of the fact, the amount that
district to enroll students online and also for “gifted” identification. Oct. 20 End of the First Quarter would be collected is not required. The
have parents fill out required paperwork Curriculum Update: board approved high school and middle
through the use of a web-based program. Mrs. Cobb and Mrs. Voll have added Curriculum Director Michele school athletic workers for the 2017-
“Once this is completed they could simply ukulele to the general music curriculum Bagrowski- Archbold R.O.C.K.S., Arch- 2018 school year.
update their information each year,” Rex for fifth and sixth graders. In addition to bold Middle School will continue into the The board approved a one-year con-
stated. “It can be used for registration.” the purchase of some new instruments, third of three years with the 21st CCLC tract for Tiffanie Kruse as Mail Courier
they have “restored” several which have grant. The district is registering students for the 2017-2018 school year, effective
High School Principal Royal Short been out of use for years. All students for Archbold ROCKS. The program starts August 23, 2017. The board approved a
and Rex will be going to Four County to will now gain ongoing experience in in- Sept. 26. Students will spend time get- one-year contract for Matthew Cousino
visit with students during lunch. This strumental, as well as vocal music. The ting to know each other and discussing as a 3-hr Elementary Custodian for the
is something that was implemented last junior high school history and English communication and working together 2017-2018 school year, effective Septem-
year and gives Rex and Short an oppor- teachers are partnering to “team-teach” during their first week. ber 5, 2017. The board approved a one-
tunity to visit with the kids who choose one section in each grade level. “Our hope is to increase student co- year contract for Kelly Stahl as a classi-
to attend Four County. “We hand out hesiveness and decrease school bullying fied sub for the 2017-2018 school year.
candy, see how their year is going, and The purpose is to create greater oppor- among peers, along with increasing stu- The board approved one-year contract for
let them know of upcoming events,” Rex tunity to have these teachers available to dent academic achievement,” Bagrowski Kelly Piercefield as a classified sub for the
said. “We plan to do this once a month support students individually, specifical- said. “We have a lot of great new ideas for 2017-2018 school year.
throughout the year.” ly with their writing and to increase inte- this year and we hope that our students The board approved the following as
gration of our reading, English, and his- find success within our program and at High School wrestling volunteers for the
The district will again partner with tory classes. The teachers involved will be Archbold Middle School. “We currently 2017-2018 school year: Grant Burkhold-
community organizations to provide meeting regularly throughout the year to have over 70 students registered for the er, Kenny Price, Larry Soles, Aaron Bab-
Bluestreak Bags on the weekend. The design collaborative units. program.” cock, Jared Mattin. The board Approved
district sent the supplemental meals to The Ohio Resident Educator Program Garrett Grime as a Junior High/High
approximately 70 students at the end of BGSU Partnership: AMS Teachers began in 2011, and has evolved to a School wrestling volunteer for the 2017-
last school year. ‘We hope that this year Bryan Miller, Cody Ruffer, Stacy Guelde, multi-year induction program, resulting 2018 school year.
we will serve that many or more,” Rex and Miranda Sumpter will be mentoring in professional licensure with successful The board Approved a one-year con-
said. “Thanks for the groups who help five aspiring teachers through the Fall se- completion of the program and the Resi- tract for Tony Grime as a student worker
support this financially, and also to the mester. These students will be complet- dent Educator Summative Assessment for the 2017-2018 school year. The board
volunteers that make it possible.” ing their initial field experience through (RESA). Approved the following one-year con-
observation and hands-on classroom ex- In other actions: The board approved tracts for Resident Educator Mentors for
The pick-up pick-up procedure has perience one morning per week. Aug. 14, 2017 Regular Meeting Minutes. the 2017-2018 school year. Joseph Wil-
been changed at the elementary school The board approved August 2017 Finan- liams: mentor Krysti Bowerman, Lauren
this year to keep cars from stopping traf- Upcoming Events: cial Reports. The board approved a cash Frey: mentor Shelby Graber, Miranda
fic on Lafayette Street. At this point the Sept. 29- Picture Re-takes donation of $211.82 from Boy Scout Sumpter: mentor Alissa
school seems to have just enough park- Oct. 2- Theoretical Drills Troop 63 for Levi Baus’ Eagle Project. Stockburger.
ing to allow parents to pick up their chil- Oct. 3- Fundraiser Close The board approved d donations valued Approved the following one-year
dren. The exit from the lot has gone fairly Oct. 6- Grandparents’ Day/ AHS Pep at $725 to Archbold Middle School, $110 contracts for Resident Educator Men-
smooth up to this point. “We will keep an Rally to Archbold High School and $178 to the tors for 2017-2018- Megan Martz:
eye on it and make adjustments as need- Oct. 9- Magician Assembly Elementary from Green Acres Green The mentor Jennifer Hurst, Miranda Wills
ed,” Rex said. Oct. 12- District In-service/ AMS Pep board approved revisions to OASBO 457 : mentor Jennifer Hurst.
Rally Deferred Compensation Retirement Plan. Approved the following transfer:
Reports to the Board of Education Oct. 15- Fall Choral Concert The board approved 2018 Appropria- $3,900 from the French Club to the Class
Elementary School: Principal Dorothy Sept. 21 marked the beginning of this tions. The board authorized the following of 2022. Approved a contract for trans-
Lambert- The elementary school is con- year’s study table. The school saw great advances: $7,000 from general fund to portation agreement between Ms. Billie
tinuing to focus on new behavior expecta- results the last four years and wants to Uniform Supplies; $8,000 from general Milliman and the Board of Education for
tions. “We are looking for those students continue this program. This hour of tu- fund to athletics; $1,140.06 from Class of transportation services.
who demonstrate respectful, responsi- toring every Thursday is open to anyone 2021 to ($380.02 each) Classes of 2022-
ble, and safe behavior in all areas of the who wants a little more help each week. 24 and $2,3812 from the general fund to James can be reached at
school,” Lambert said. “We are also plan- Students have used this service not only the football program. james@thevillagereporter.com
ning to continue to CELEBRATE our suc- for extra help, but for a quiet study time
cesses with Super Streak Fridays. Each with access to laptops, printer and dis- Three Arts Club Tours The
month, we will have a theme for Super trict Wi-Fi. “We will have a high school
Streak Friday and will have an assembly teacher as well as student tutors from the New West Unity Village Offices
where we recognize our “Super Streaks” National Honors Society
for the month. The AHS Marching Band will be host- After a summer break, the West Unity The three recipients of the Club’s schol-
Students will receive recognition at ing their second annual band show Oct. Three Arts Cub met on September 18 at arship of $350 each were acknowledged.
the assembly, a certificate, and a special 14, “The Beat of Archbold”. Seven high the new Village and Police offices. First Felicity Jackson is attending Owens
reward donated by McDonald’s. The first school bands will be performing, as well on the agenda was a tour of the new Community College majoring in occu-
Super Streak Friday was Sept. 22. The as the featured band, The Ohio Northern facility given by Officer Scott Vershum pational therapy. Sage Repp is attend-
theme is Blue & Gold. One change from Marching Band. The Homecoming Bon- and Village Clerk, Kim Grime. Guest ing the University of Toledo majoring
last year is that we are focusing on a spe- fire will be Thursday Oct. 5, with a dance speakers were Hilltop Seniors Johnnie in nursing. Quinn Smith is attending
cific character trait each month. Septem- on Oct. 7 organized by the student coun- Roth and Teryn Ganster. Last June as Bowling Green State University major-
ber is focusing on Kindness. cil. juniors, they attended Buckeyes Girls ing in construction engineering.
S.O.A.R. Reading Program (Support- Cheerleaders are planning a spirit State which the Club helped to sponsor.
ing Outstanding Archbold Readers)- This week with a dress-up theme for each day. It was held at Mt. Union. For a fundraiser the Club will raffle
will be the eighth year the SOAR read- They will also plan a pep rally for that off three decorated sleds at different
ing program will continue at Archbold Friday afternoon. This year we are hop- Both girls stated that they enjoyed upcoming events. Check out the Cub’s
Elementary School. Due to the support ing to have a district-wide pep rally. Mrs. their week-long stay at Girls State. All facebook page for more information. It
of several local businesses, students are Voll is coordinating another alumni band of the girls attending were assigned to a was also suggested to fill back packs for
eligible to receive monthly prizes for their performance for the pregame show dur- city. Platforms were discussed, debates the foster children of Williams County.
dedication to reading through the SOAR ing the Homecoming game. September 24 were held, and elections took place. It was discussed and voted to give $100
program. Reading diagnostic tests were is the NHS induction ceremony. National Johnnie was elected councilman and to Jonathan Rediger who is having ma-
administered to all first, second, and Honors Society recognizes those stu- policeman. Teryn was elected school jor health issues. His mom, Beth, is a
third graders during the week of Sept. 11- dents at AHS that excel in Leadership, board president. The food was great, former West Unity village clerk. Their
15. The Third Grade Reading Guarantee Service, Character and Scholarship. The and they made life-long friends. Both community is planning a benefit for
legislation requires a reading diagnostic new NHS members went through a vig- girls concurred that is was an excellent him.
to be administered by Sept. 30 each year. orous selection process that began with experience, and they learned a lot about
Upcoming Events a screening, an application process, in- how the government works at all levels. The meeting was then adjourned.
Sept. 29 Elementary Picture Retakes terview and selection by a faculty panel. They strongly encourage this year’s ju- Delicious refreshments were served by
Oct. 4 3:20 p.m. IBS Meeting Congratulations new NHS members. The nior girls apply to be a delegate. co-hostesses Cathie Batt and Bobbie
Oct. 6 Trimester Mid-Term school’s fourth annual “Meet the Teacher Clark. The October meeting will be held
Middle School Principal Shields: The Night” was a huge success, Short said. The meeting was then called to or- at the West Unity Library. Randy Miller
middle school has 76 students signed up “We had numerous parents and students der. Thirteen members answered the will be the guest speaker talking about
for the annual Washington D.C. trip. In attend. They had the opportunity to walk roll call, “Your favorite place in nature.” Rails to Trails.
addition to four chaperones, there are through their student’s schedule, meet,
nine parents signed up. “This is by far the and talk with each teacher. Thanks to the
largest group we have had, and we are teachers for their extra work in planning
still anticipating additional participant,” the event.
Shields said. “The success of our maga- The school’s staff and students raised
zine and cookie dough sales has greatly $900 for storm relief in Texas. Staff and
helped to reduce the cost of the DC trip students made a donation to be out of
for all families, and allowed for extra fi- dress code for a day. Students wore short
nancial support for many students who pants and hats and teachers donated for
would not otherwise be able to go. a jeans day! AHS students also worked
“This success would not be pos- together with one of the lab courses at
sible without continued support from Four County Career Center to host a
the community and school board.”This “Tenny’s for Texas” shoe drive.
year’s fundraiser began Sept. 19 and This year, the state added several new
runs through Oct. 3. The middle school

ARTS CLUB MEETING ... Seated: Girls State Delegates-Johnnie Roth and Teryn
Ganster. Standing: Club members-Cathie Batt and Kim Grime

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North Central School Board OKs Junior High Football For 2018 & 2019

PHOTO BY JAMES PRUITT, STAFF them. The ninety-one going out could be mer Park. The program served 1,056
the highest ever.”The district had 585 meals to a total of 135 children. Seventy-
NEW PERSONNEL ... The North Central Local School Board of Education met four students just four years ago, before fall- five students in grades 4-6 will be going
of the district’s new hires at the Sept. 19 meeting. The new personnel include (from ing and slowly building its way back up, to Votaw Farms as a reward for scoring
left) Kristin Ewers, Becky Refner, Casey Sumner and Casey Wilcox. based on totals reported by Hanak. proficient or higher in the 2016-17 state
achievement tests.
By: James Pruitt The junior program for elementary Hanak said he has been observing
THE VILLAGE REPORTER school-age children is running strong the staff and says they are hard working. A program to improve communication
and participation remains high. The The district received an “A” in gradua- and understanding between families and
Junior high school football at North next two years will play a large role in tion rate on the state report card, Hanak the school district will be restarted. The
Central Local Schools is a reality follow- determining if the program expands into said. The district received a “B” in gap FAST (Families and Schools Together) .
ing the approval of a two-year agreement a full varsity effort. Unlike some concern closing and a “C” in K-3 progress in lit- The first meeting was Sept. 26 and the
with program boosters. The Board of Ed- from a local parent, Myers doesn’t see eracy and achievement. group will meet again for seven weeks on
ucation approved the agreement Sept. the football program has a threat to the Tuesdays. The program’s target group
19 at its regular meeting. The agree- golf program. Whereas Stryker, with a The last grade was impacted by a sin- is PS-2. A “Hats for Hurricane Harvey,”
ment places all of the costs and risk on lower enrollment, may be hard pressed gle low score, Hanak said. The district fundraiser collected $740 school-wide
the backs of the boosters, but gives the to field a golf team and a football team, can likely improve as eight of its 24 indi- for the Red Cross.
school a chance to see if adding football North Central should be OK – especially cators are in the 70s and the minimum
is something the community will sup- with its dual sports policy. for proficiency is 80. “Which would take The elementary school staff is learning
port. us from six indicators to fourteen indi- about their new computers. The board
Football has not been a threat to oth- cators,” Hanak said.”I am pretty sure we approved an agreement with Montpelier
The agreement will mean there will be er sports in other district, Myers said. will be moving up on this. The big thing Schools for a mental health supervisory
a junior high team in 2018 and 2019. Af- “These other schools have said football is letting us get used to the test; letting services agreement for $7,900. A grant is
ter the second year, school officials will has done nothing but improve partici- us have repetition. “Because I know the being sought and if awarded, the district
determine if it is to continue. The team pation in other sports,” Myers said. “We staff can meet the expectations and the could get all its money back. The board
will be an independent, as the TAAC hope that happens here as well. “I was students are good students, they work reaffirmed the pass policy for passes
won’t accept junior high programs with- born and raised in Pioneer and I do not hard.”Parking and ingress and egress to athletic events. The board approved
out a corresponding varsity program. want anything bad to happen in North have been improved with chip and seal an Enterprise Zone for 20/20 Custom
Athletic Director Brian Hughes said one Central.” Myers thinks the addition of to the parking lots and new striping. Molding. The company is planning an
league school will be dropping junior football in the junior high could mean as expansion with a new warehouse and
high football, so that will create seven many 12 extra students being enrolled. The district will likely need a new will add 100 jobs. The company will pay
open dates on the schedule next year. Hughes agrees the program could im- mini-bus in the near future. The buses the school district $29,000 a year for 15
prove the overall numbers. But the focus cost around $42,000. The Elementary years in lieu of taxes.
Terms of the agreement are the boost- remains the same for him. School report from Principal Andy Morr
ers will bear the full financial burden highlighted the work of Kendra Ely and James can be reached at
of running the program. This includes: “Kids come first,” Hughes said. “That 15 other staffers for their work with the james@thevillagereporter.com
fencing, all equipment, refs, other work- was the number one thing when we summer food service program at Crom-
ers and transportation fees; ticket tak- started discussing a football program –
ers (volunteers or paid staff), lawn care at for me there was. ”The school had to Four County Career Center
(anything above the basic lawn care the determine if there was a need for foot- Holds 9-11 Ceremony
district provides, coaches salaries and ball and with the larger number of kids
anything else deemed necessary by the involved, it was imperative to “do what’s PHOTO PROVIDED
AD. All ticket sales will go to the district best for them. ”The dual sports option REMEMBRANCE ... As a tribute to those who lost their lives and to acknowledge the
to pay for referees, workers and trans- is there specifically for kids who may 16th Anniversary of 9-11, Four County Career Center students from the Fire & Rescue
portation costs. Any money left over will want to do two sports, Hughes said. At and Law Enforcement & Security Tactics classes along with instructors Tonya Fisher
go back into the program. Concessions North Central, coaches, the parents and and Kevin Thomas, held a Remembrance Ceremony in honor of “Patriot Day.” During
will benefit the football boosters. The the student have to sign off on an agree- the ceremony the National Anthem was sung by Law Enforcement & Security Tactics
boosters will pay the district $10,000 to ment. “So there’s no issue with a kid do- students Elizabeth Yinger (Bryan) and Jaimee Schreiber (Napoleon). Members of the
initiate the program. ing both sports,” Hughes said. “I agree Color Guard included Law Enforcement & Security Tactics students Tyler Conmay (Na-
that it is just going to make our athletic poleon); Noah Blankenship (Archbold); and Fire & Rescue students AJ Loew (Defiance);
The president of the boosters, Craig programs overall even better here in the and Dalton Richard (Delta). Color Guard Law Enforcement & Security Tactics students
Myers, called the agreement fair. He also next five to ten years.” lowered the flag to half mast in respect for the day. Also present during the ceremony
commended the school board and the were representatives from Archbold Police Department, Napoleon Police Department,
administration for sitting down and talk- In other news, the board: Henry County Sheriff’s Department, State Highway Patrol, and the Ridgeville Fire De-
ing with the boosters to reach an agree- Heard enrollment is up so far into partment. Always Remember--Don’t Ever Forget---09-11-01.
ment and working through the details. the new school year, Superintendent
“I think it was important we did that,” Will Hanak reports. The total as of Sept.
Myers said. “From that we’ve been able 13 was 583. Open enrollment in to the
to come to an agreement moving forward district stands at 42, but out is 91 and
on junior high football. “I think it will be homeschooled is 33. “So those are num-
a great addition to the school and I am bers that we have room to improve,”
looking forward to the next few years to Hanak said. “The forty-two is great to
come.” come in. I appreciate every single one of

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Four County Career Center Help Save The Monarch Butterfly
Supporting Hurricane Victims By Protecting Native Milkweed
COLUMBUS, OH – The iconic the caterpillars will not survive. Pro-
Students in the HOSA Future Health but spent three monarch butterfly is vanishing from tecting these plants, especially dur-
Professionals club at Four County Ca- days assisting backyards throughout Ohio and the ing the egg-laying period from July
reer Center not only collected over 300 volunteers at Im- country. One way we can ensure fu- through September, helps both mon-
tennis shoes in their “Tennies” for Texas pact With Hope in ture generations of monarch butter- arch butterflies and caterpillars con-
- Put Your Best Foot Forward campaign Waterville. Stu- flies continue to visit flower gardens tinue their life cycle and ultimately re-
for the flood victims of the hurricanes, dents helped in throughout our state is by protecting sults in more monarch butterflies that
the packaging of native milkweed plants, according to can complete their journey to Mexico
donated items the Ohio Department of Natural Re- and back.
that were loaded sources (ODNR).
on trucks and In the past, milkweed was viewed
sent to the many Every year in the fall, monarch as a toxic weed. Today, we know that
victims of hur- butterflies across the eastern U.S. milkweed is a very important group
ricanes in Flor- and Canada begin a 3,000-mile-long of native plants, which helps sup-
ida and Texas. journey down to wintering grounds in port many species of wildlife, includ-
These students Mexico. In the spring, these same but- ing monarch butterflies. People can
selflessly spent terflies head back north, and delight learn more about ways to help ensure
hours packaging us with their presence once again. these beautiful butterflies are around
and loading sev- However, this amazing journey would for generations to come by visiting the
eral truck loads not be possible without milkweed, a Monarch Joint Venture at: monarch-
of non-perishable group of plants critical to the survival jointventure.org.
food items and of the monarch butterfly. As butter-
cleaning supplies. flies, monarchs can feed on the nec- Landowners who want to help by
Shown packaging tar of a number of different flowering creating habitat for monarch butter-
these containers plants, but as caterpillars, monarchs flies and other pollinators are encour-
are Health Ca- are entirely dependent on the avail- aged to contact an ODNR Division of
reers students ability of milkweed. Wildlife private lands biologist at their
(LEFT TO RIGHT) district office by calling 800-WILD-
Molly Roesch (Hilltop); and Kailey Cutlip Monarch caterpillars hatch from LIFE or by visiting wildohio.gov.
(Napoleon). HOSA Advisors are Health eggs laid on milkweed plants and feed
Careers instructors Donna Badenhop, on the leaves of the plant as they grow. ODNR ensures a balance between
Robin Hill, Karen Walker, and Sports If these plants are mowed, removed or wise use and protection of our natural
Fitness & Exercise instructor Mike Nye. sprayed with pesticides or herbicides, resources for the benefit of all. Visit
the ODNR website at ohiodnr.gov.

Looking Back At What
We Read Years Ago

WHAT WE READ YEARS AGO IN THE WEST UNITY REPORTER, THE STRYKER ADVANCE & THE EDON COMMERCIAL

*Note - West Unity Reporter Smore short, Gene Garber, offender grant. Mrs. Susie Thorp. ler.
Files Damaged or Missing and the Lumber Co. for re- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krill
pairing the bench in front of EDON 30 YEARS AGO
From This Time Frame. the Advance office. COMMERCIAL and daughters are vacation- SEPTEMBER 1987
ing in Iowa with her father.
STRYKER Ruthann Short, daugh- 60 YEARS AGO They will visit other places This year’s teacher of the
ADVANCE ter of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe SEPTEMBER 1957 before returning home. Edon Community Preschool
Short, will enroll at Bryan will be Rose Nelson.
(ESTABLISHED 1884) University of Dayton Tenn. as The Robinett and Buell 40 YEARS AGO
a freshman. family reunion has held Sun- SEPTEMBER 1977 Johnna Steffes of Edon
110 YEARS AGO day at the home economics won 5th place at the Na-
SEPTEMBER 1907 THE ADVANCE room of the high school in Owners Velma Keller and tional Junior Olympics at
REPORTER Metz. A potluck dinner was her daughter, Jan Rawlins, Bringham Young University,
George Keller has resigned planned. opened “Jan’s Coffee Cup” Provoto, Utah, in the discus
his position as agent for the (MERGE 1976) (formerly Dick and Weasy’s competition.
T and I and will at his house Sunday afternoon, the Bargain Shack) Wednesday,
at his own request be trans- 40 YEARS AGO members of the Edon High just in time for Edon’s annu- Mr. and Mrs. Charles
ferred to the power house. SEPTEMBER 1977 School boarded a bus headed al sidewalk celebration. Liggett, Kurt and Lori, went
for the Lake James Christian to Sea World near Cleveland,
Tom Moore, who was Lake Suzy Munday was a coun- Assembly camp grounds for Dallas Thiel, 1969 gradu- Niagara Falls, and visited
Shore agent here from ‘65 to ty winner at the Williams a stay of one week. ate of Edon High School, re- friends in South Charleston,
‘85 died at his home in To- County Fair as a member of cently joined the sales staff W. VA. Last week.
ledo. the Puppy Love 4-H Club; 50 YEARS AGO of Bud Laub Chevrolet in
Mike Short had the reserve SEPTEMBER 1967 Hicksville. Thiel is also a ju- 20 YEARS AGO
Dr. Tom Sabin, a former Champion single Market nior high math teacher in the SEPTEMBER 1997
Stryker resident, died in Ari- Lamb. Wednesday evening visi- Hicksville School.
zona in August. tors of Mr. and Mrs. William John and Verg Nye and
Stryker Reserve cheer- Young were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mrs. Esther Gearhart and Stan and Connie Perry, of
100 YEARS AGO leaders, Kim Calvin, Karen Oxender and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Edna Hinkle were sup- Edgerton, announce the en-
SEPTEMBER 1917 Burkeholder, Jodi Graber, Clarence Johnson of Kunkle. per guests of Esther’s daugh- gagement and forthcoming
Jennette Meyer, and Cathy ter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard marriage of their children,
Clarence Boom was in- Wyse, earned a first place Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Hurd and family at Bryan on Amy Jo Nye and Bud Perry.
jured in the machinery of a award in competition held at Thorp of Bryan were Friday Thursday evening.
farm tractor. U.T. supper guests of his mother, Work on refurbishing the
Gift winners at the C & water tower for Edon should
W. C. Baker has purchased 30 YEARS AGO L Store grand opening were begin next week.
of Dan Rosendahl’s home in SEPTEMBER 1987 Tim Kurtz and Christy Schul-
the west part of town. Consid-
eration $360. Denver Rupp, 1987 Stryk- PIONEERING LIFE IN FAYETTE
er Citizen of The Year, was
90 YEARS AGO given the honor of being PHOTO FROM THE TIMOTHY KAYS ARCHIVES
SEPTEMBER 1927 grand marshall of the Stryker
Homecoming Parade Satur- Gabriel D. ‘G.D.’ Snow was the son of Elijah Snow, an early pioneer of Gorham Township, who
Mr. and Mrs. S Clark of day. The float entered by the arrived in the area between 1837 and 1840. Oliver B. Verity, another early resident of Gorham,
Freeport, Ohio, announce the Original Cut was awarded considered G.D. Snow to be a pioneer, stating that he was one of the, “…sons and daughters of
wedding of their daughter Sara first place. those old pioneers,” that had endured, “…all the vicissitudes of a pioneer life.” The G.D. Snow
Elizabeth to Frederick Louys of farm was located northeast of Fayette, not too far south of what is today Township Road T on
Stryker on August 27. The 102nd Williams Coun- County Road 21.
ty Fair opens September 12.
There are 409 enrolled in the Shows headlining the fair
public schools at Stryker, 123 of this year are: The Oak Ridge
the number enrolled in the Se- Boys and Guy Lambardo’s
nior High School. C.D. Fox was Royal Canadians.
elected president of the Williams
County Teachers Association. Exchange students are
being hosted by the Mick
It was just 45 years ago this Belcher family and the Van
fall that the first public electric Reed family. The Belchers
light and power plant in the are hosting Alessandra Per-
world came into use. asso from Sao Paul, Brazil,
and the Reeds are hosting
80 YEARS AGO Jenny Lundquist of Stock-
SEPTEMBER 1937 holm, Sweden.

The annual Homecoming Greg Webber and Shawn
celebration drew a crowd of visi- Semer arrived home Friday
tors estimated anywhere from from a months stay in Japan
10,000 to 15,000. with the 4-H LABO exchange
program.
Henry E. Mignerey assumed
his duties as treasurer of Wil- 20 YEARS AGO
liams County the first of the SEPTEMBER 1997
week.
Stryker schools welcomed
A former resident, Alec Grim, six new teachers for the up-
67, died September 5 in Hud- coming school year.
son, Michigan.
The Williams County Com-
Olen Kellermeyer lost two missioners have authorized
fine colts when they were struck the applications for funds in
by a car in front of his residence. the “Recycle Ohio” juvenile

Mrs. Ruth Hook graduated
from OSU on Friday.

60 YEARS AGO
SEPTEMBER 1947

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BY: PASTOR STEVE WILMOT - “A MIND IS A TERRIBLE THING TO WASTE BY: REX STUMP - “GOD DID IT!”

Maybe you remember but because he didn’t off some TV programs. It’s a common ques- help. venirs! False idols lead
the ad campaigns in the believe the truth nothing That means reading tion, used to discover After God answered us away from God. And
early 1970s for the Unit- changed for him. different books and the contributor to a anything that you col-
ed Negro College Fund. magazines. That means situation; “Who did David’s prayer and lect and hold onto has
Their purpose was to The Bible is clear that listening to different mu- it?” That question can there was a victory, he the potential of taking
raise funds and increase our minds and what we sic. That means hanging sometimes be phrased gave credit where cred- you away from God. The
awareness of the need think and believe will around different friends. differently, such as it was due. He boldly battle was over, there
for black students to dictate much about how That means reading “Who is responsible” or proclaimed, “God did was a victory – PRAISE
be able to go to college. we live our lives. your Bible more. That “Who made the deci- it!” How often do we GOD – He did it! Now,
Their award winning slo- means memorizing some sion to...?” Regardless give credit where credit move on! Don’t allow
gan was “a mind is a ter- “Do not conform any key Scripture verses that of how it is phrased, is due? Do we praise what God just defeated
rible thing to waste.” longer to the pattern of will renew how you view the question is typical- God WITH others when to become a souvenir in
this world, but be trans- things. That means be- ly asked as a result of He answers prayer? We your life.
What was true then formed by the renewing ing alert to the thoughts something bad – such may be good at letting
is still true today, but of your mind. Then you that pop into your head. as a blown play, an our requests be known Amazingly the Phi-
not just about getting will be able to test and oversight, something to God, and others. But listines soon returned.
kids into college. Lots of approve what God’s will Paul wrote, “We de- gets broken, someone are we just as quick That’s what happens in
people are wasting their is – his good, pleasing, molish arguments and makes a noise, or pos- to share our PRAISES life, trials and tempta-
minds by feeding them and perfect will” (Ro- every pretention that sibly someone passes TO GOD? God did it! tions don’t stay away
garbage day in and day mans 12.2). sets itself up against the gas. (Let’s be real, you Amen! Thank you God! forever. Tough times are
out. They are buying knowledge of God, and were thinking it.) In like an envelope without
into the philosophies of “Then you will know we take every thought those moments, the Finally, after the vic- a stamp – they always
the entertainment world the truth, and the truth captive to make it obedi- guilty party rarely steps tory David ordered that return! But praise God,
and political correct- will set you free” (John ent to Christ” (2 Corin- forward immediately to they burn all the Phi- He did it again – God
ness. They are believing 8.32). thians 10.5). claim their part in the listine false gods that moved ahead of David
all sorts of lies without mishap. (Unless you were left behind. Some- to bring victory!
stopping to examine “Finally, brothers, There are thousands are my son, referring to times soldiers would
their validity. whatever is true, what- of thoughts that go the previous comment). keep the spoils of their It is such a simple
ever is noble, whatever through our mind every Matter of fact, we may victory, including idols story – but so relevant
The way we think is is right, whatever is single day that contra- even point at another from those they defeat- to you and me. Seek
critical to who we be- pure, whatever is lovely, dict what is true, what person and yell, “they ed. David ordered that God, ask for His help in
come. Proverbs tells us, whatever is admirable – God says. Unless we’re did it!” they burn these idols, your daily battles, and
“As a man thinks, so if anything is excellent alert, we’ll just accept and not to make them don’t hold onto worldly
is he” (Proverbs 23.7, or praiseworthy – think them as true, and it will In 1 Chronicles 14 souvenirs. What is a idols! Then step back
NKJV). about such things” (Phi- give us a distorted view of the Bible, David was souvenir? A trinket of after those moments
lippians 4.8). of God, ourselves, oth- anointed king over all some kind that will cost of victory and say it….
It’s the old garbage ers, and the world in of Israel, and the Phi- you something and then GOD DID IT!
in-garbage out mantra Take an honest evalu- which we live. listines took offense sit somewhere in your
of computer lingo. What- ation: are those the kind to this new king. Se- house to remind you For more reading
ever data is put into the of things you’re thinking What Paul counsels riously, they went on of where you’ve been. check out John 16:33,
computer is what is spit about? Or are you dwell- us to do instead is to the offense as they mo- False idols are not sou- I John 4:4, and Psalm
out. Likewise, whatever ing on the negative, the take every thought cap- bilized all their forces 44:3
data is put into our mind untrue, the latest gos- tive. Grab it and inter- to capture David. The
is going to set the course sip, the philosophies rogate it: Where did this Philistines arrived and
for what we believe and you’re seeing on TV and thought come from? Is it made a raid in the val-
thus how we act. reading about in maga- really true? What does ley of Rephaim. Before
zines? God say? David did anything,
For example, if a child he prayed. He simply
is constantly told that If it’s the latter, is it Then we have to asked God, should I go
he is worthless and un- any wonder that you’re choose to “make it obe- out and fight? Will you
wanted, it will be hard critical and depressed dient to Christ.” That is, hand them over to me?
to shake that image in and worried most of the we accept and believe And God answered,
his adult years. He will time? any thought that lines “Yes, go ahead. I will
see himself as worthless up with the Word of hand them over to you.”
and unwanted no matter Garbage in – garbage God, and we reject and (Vs 9-10) So David and
how successful he may out. put out of our mind any his troops went out and
grow to be. His success thought that doesn’t. defeated the Philistines.
will never silence those There are things Replace the untruth When the battle was
old voices deep inside about each of us we’d like with the true. over, the first recorded
telling those voices were to change. In the words words from David were,
right and he’s only a of Paul in Ephesians 4, I can’t overstate how “God did it!”
fraud today. “You were taught, with important this whole
regard to your former idea of mental transfor- In a time when David
I remember reading way of life, to put off mation is to our spiri- was new in leadership
about an old man who your old self, which is tual growth, to a correct and was pressed by his
allowed an oil compa- being corrupted by its assessment of who we enemies, he went to God
ny to test for oil on his deceitful desires…and really are in Christ, and first. He didn’t talk to
property. All his life, he to put on the new self, to our emotional health. his advisors or family,
had lived in poverty just created to be like God in he went to God. David
getting by in his small true righteousness and So what should we discovered that the help
shack on a small tract holiness” (Ephesians do to be transformed he needed was going to
of land. When the oil 4.22 and 24). mentally? Here are a few come from God. And it
company discovered a suggestions: did! This is a good les-
huge oil reservoir under That’s what we want. son for all of us to seek
his shack, he refused to We want to put off the · Read your Bible God for answers and
believe it was true and old with the things we’re everyday to learn the
lived the rest of his days ashamed of and to put truth. Then accept it as
in poverty. on the new. But how do true…because it is.
we do that? The bridge
That’s why it is im- between the two is · Memorize a few Bible
portant what we allow spelled out in verse 23: verses each week and
into our minds and pro- “to be made new in the think on those verses
cess in our thoughts. It attitude of your minds.” several times through-
doesn’t matter if what out the day.
we think and believe is We’ve got to begin to
untrue. If we think it think differently if we · Hang around posi-
is true, then for us it is want to go from the old tive, encouraging people.
true. And it will affect me that I’m sick and
how we live. The old man tired of to the new me · Check every thought
could have lived the rest that I want to be. We’ve that pops into your head
of his days in comfort, got to change the way against what the Bible
we think. We’ve got to says.
change what we dwell
on. A mind is a terrible
thing to waste. Don’t
That means turning waste yours.

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Immediately following the sale of the Real Estate Dec. 31st, 2017
Selling a large amount of Antiques – Collectibles – Household – PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR
Furniture – Farm items - Shop Tools - Misc. Featuring a fully re- Legal Notice
stored 1947 Oliver 60 tractor. Production Supervisor
Visit our web site or watch later issues for descriptive list of per- LEGAL - On September 12, 2017, the Council of the
sonal property. Village of Pioneer, Ohio passed the following legislation: Salaried position, Medical/Dental/Life and Disability Insurance offered, Gen-
Terms on Personal Property: Cash, Visa or M/C day of sale. erous Annual 401k Employer Contribution
Ordinance No. 10-2017: A ORDINANCE RATIFY-
Osa Louys-Green, owner ING THE ACTIONS OF THE VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR Rassini is seeking a quality-oriented team player to join our Company as
IN EXECUTING A PURCHASE AGREEMENT FOR THE a Production Supervisor. This position is responsible for carrying out su-
Visit Our Web Site for More Info. PURCHASE OF REAL PROPERTY, AUTHORIZING THE pervisory responsibilities in accordance with the Company’s personnel poli-
VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR TO PERFORM ALL NECES- cies, procedures, and applicable laws. Duties include training of employ-
WILSON AUCTION & REALTY CO., LTD. SARY ACTS TO EFFECTUATE THE PURCHASE OF REAL ees; planning, assigning and directing work; problem-solving; safety team
PROPERTY AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY. This Or- involvement and participating in continuous improvement initiatives.
825 N. Main St. dinance authorizes the Village Administrator to enter into
Bryan, OH 43506 a purchase agreement and take all actions necessary to Strong analytical skills, computer literacy, and good human relations skills
purchase the property located at 306 First St., Pioneer, are important to successful performance in this position.
419-636-5500 Ohio and declares an emergency. All provisions of this
Toll Free: 866-870-5500 Ordinance go into full force and effect immediately. Required: A minimum two year degree or 5 years related supervisory experi-
Auctioneers: Auctioneers: Wayne M. Wilson CAI, ence in a manufacturing environment. Must have a basic understanding or
Brent J. Wilson CAI, Fred Nott, William H. Retcher, Ordinance No. 11-2017: AN ORDINANCE AMEND- ability to learn pneumatic, hydraulic and electrical power sources along with
Bart Westfall, Dave Dempsey, Phil Stotz, Rich Merillat ING APPROPRIATIONS FOR 2017 AND DECLARING AN a mechanical ability. Please send resume to: tburroughs@rassini.com or
www.WilsonAuctionLtd.com EMERGENCY. This Ordinance modifies appropriations in mail to 1812 Magda Drive, Montpelier, OH 43543
the Cemetery Fund during the fiscal year 2017 and de-
CNC MACHINE OPERATOR clares an emergency. All provisions of this Ordinance go MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS
into full force and effect immediately.
Full time positions open for CNC machine operator. Maintenance Technicians
Candidates should have good attitude, basic math skills, Ordinance No. 12-2017: AN ORDINANCE ENACTING Starting Wage $19.50/hr.
mechanical aptitude and willingness to learn. Previous CNC CODIFIED ORDINANCE SECTION 351.15, ESTABLISH-
experience a plus. EEO Employer. ING CERTAIN NO PARKING AREAS WITHIN THE VIL- After 60 days $20.50/hr. Additional increases schedule at 6 months,
LAGE OF PIONEER AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY. 1 year and 2 years with the ability to make up to $23.50 within
Please send your resume to: This Ordinance restricts parking on Third Street from the first 2 years of employment.
Dalton Corporation, Stryker Machining Facility, First Street to Mill Street and declares an emergency. All
HR Department, PO Box 2600, Stryker, OH 43557. provisions of this Ordinance go into full force and effect PLUS monthly perfect attendance bonus $1 for every hour worked
immediately. Benefits: Medical/Dental/Life and Disability Insurance Offered
No phone calls please. Generous Annual 401k Employer Contribution
Ordinance No. 13-2017: AN ORDINANCE ENACTING Paid vacation available in your 1st year
CODIFIED ORDINANCE SECTION 305.06, PROHIBITING
TRUCK TRAFFIC ON PORTIONS OF BAUBICE STREET • Must be able to install, maintain and repair machinery as needed
WITHIN THE VILLAGE OF PIONEER AND DECLARING • Must be able to fabricate/weld
AN EMERGENCY. This Ordinance restricts truck traffic
on Baubice Street from State Street to Clark Avenue and • Required to troubleshoot, install and repair electrical,
declares an emergency. All provisions of this Ordinance hydraulic and mechanical devices, including PLC’s
go into full force and effect immediately.
• Complete preventative maintenance for all equipment
The complete text of the above legislation can be ob- Medical, Dental and Vision offered, 100% Employer paid Short term
tained or viewed at the office of the Village Fiscal Officer at Disability, Long term Disability and Life insurance. 401k plan with
409 South State Street, Pioneer, Ohio 43554. This sum-
mary was prepared or reviewed and approved by Thomas company contribution, Immediate Paid vacation available.
A. Thompson, Village Solicitor for the Village of Pioneer, Please send resumes to tburroughs@rassini.com
Ohio.
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WILLIAMS & FULTON COUNTY (NORTHWEST OHIO) SPORTS ACTION

Bryan’s Dani Hickey Signs Letter Of Montpelier Locomotives Defeat
Intent To Bowl For Ottawa University Stryker Panthers In Five Sets

PHOTOS BY ANGI CAMPOS, STAFF

PHOTO BY TIM KAYS, STAFF

FUTURE OTTAWA BRAVE ... Bryan Lady Bear blue chip bowling prospect Danika
Hickey signs her letter of intent to take her standout skills to Ottawa University,
beginning in the 2018-19 campaign. Shown flanking Dani are her parents, Bruce
Stevens and Annette Kubiske. Standing in the back is Ottawa Bowling Coach Geoff
Poston, and Dani’s long-time coach, Eric Dohner.

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Anyone who would dare judge the Bryan High School, as she signed her
bowling skills of one Miss Danika Hick- letter of intent to bring her potent and
ey by her diminutive size is looking for polished game to the State of Kansas
a crash course in humility. Dani is the as a member of the Ottawa University
reason that someone coined the phrase, Women’s Bowling squad.
“Dynamite comes in small packages.”
This dynamo of a Bryan Lady Bear se- First year Ottawa Braves Bowling
nior carries an average per game score of Coach, Geoff Poston, committed a lot of
over 200, and she’s only getting better. time and effort in securing this Bryan
While this is a major lamentation for all blue chip prospect. That in its own right
of her area competition, there is a silver speaks volumes, as Coach Poston is no
lining for the opposition in the fact that stranger to taking high-ceiling prospects
Dani is coming into her final campaign
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Hicksville Scores In Final Minute To Beat Edgerton In GMC Contest

September 22nd, 2017 touchdown by Payton Tunis, this one
Hicksville 36 Edgerton 35 covering 79 yards. With the game tied
This match-up of GMC favorites at 28-28, Flegal scored on a 3-yard
lived up to the hype with Aces scor- run to put the Bulldogs back in front.
ing in the final minute and then going Hicksville then scored with 44 seconds
for two and converting to knock off the remaining on a Greer touchdown pass
previously undefeated Bulldogs. The to pull within one at 35-34. Instead of
game started with fireworks as Payton kicking the extra point to tie the game,
Tunis of Hicksville returned the open- Greer took it in himself for the 2-point
ing kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown conversion and the win for the Aces.
to give Hicksville the early lead. The Edgerton dominated the game statis-
Bulldogs answered back with quarter- tically, outgaining Hicksville 348-250
back Clayton Flegal running 6 yards and running 88 plays to only 49 for
for a score and then Taylor Hartman the Aces but it was the big plays by
returned a fumble for another touch- the Hicksville special teams that was
down to give Edgerton a 14-7 after the difference. Flegal was 7/16 pass-
the first quarter. Tunis would add a ing for 57 yards while he rushed 14
5-yard scamper to tie the game at 14 times for 52 yards and two touch-
as the teams headed to the half. The downs. Hunter Prince led the Bulldogs
teams went back and forth in the third ground attack with 114 yards on 27
quarter with the Bulldogs scoring on attempts and two touchdowns while
two Cameron Jordan touchdown runs Cameron Jordan added 92 yards on
and Hicksville getting a 6-yard touch- 22 carries and two touchdowns. Edg-
down pass by their quarterback Jacob erton (1-1, 4-1) are home again this
Greer and another kickoff return for a week when Tinora (1-1, 3-2) comes to
town for another GMC battle.

PHOTOS BY ANGI CAMPOS, STAFF

Fall 2017 Sports Schedules

September 29 - OCtober 5

FOOTBALL (Oct 2) Evergreen @ Rossford
(Sep 29) Archbold @ Bryan (Oct 2) Lake @ Wauseon
(Sep 29) Cardinal Stritch @ Edon
(Sep 29) Evergreen @ Delta (Oct 2) North Central @ Swanton
(Sep 29) Montpelier @ Ottawa Hills (Oct 3) Bryan @ Wauseon
(Sep 29) Swanton @ Patrick Henry (Oct 3) Delta @ Archbold
(Sep 29) Tinora @ Edgerton
(Sep 29) Toledo Christian @ Hilltop (Oct 3) Edgerton @ Wayne Trace
(Oct 3) Edon @ Fayette
(Homecoming)
(Sep 29) Wauseon @ Liberty Center (Oct 3) Liberty Center @ Evergreen
(Oct 3) Montpelier @ North Central
GOLF (Oct 3) Patrick Henry @ Swanton
(Sep 22) NWOAL @ Auglaize
(Sep 23) Hilltop/Montpelier @ Edgerton (Oct 3) Stryker @ Pettisville
(Oct 5) Bowsher @ Evergreen
Invitational (Oct 5) Fayette @ Montpelier
(Sep 25) North Central @ Wauseon (Oct 5) Hicksville @ Swanton
(Oct 5) North Central @ Stryker
(Sep 25) Stryker @ Bryan
(Sep 26) Edon @ Edgerton (Oct 5) Pettisville @ Hilltop
SOCCER (BOYS)
TENNIS (GIRLS)
(Sep 30) Napoleon @ Wauseon (Sep 30) Lima Central Catholic @ Arch-
bold
(Oct 2) Archbold @ Scott
(Oct 2) Wauseon @ Whitmer (Sep 30) Napoleon @ Pettisville
(Oct 3) Oak Harbor @ Wauseon (Sep 30) Wauseon @ Maumee
(Oct 3) Continental @ Archbold
CROSS COUNTRY
(Sep 30) Archbold/Swanton @ Kalida (Oct 3) Delta @ Waite
(Oct 3) Wauseon @ Bowsher
Wildcat Invitational
(Sep 30) Fayette/Hilltop/Montpelier/ (Oct 5) Bryan @ Clay
Pettisville/North Central/Stryker @ Edg- (Oct 5) Liberty Center @ Archbold

erton Invitational (Oct 5) Wauseon @ Swanton
(Oct 3) Bowling Green/Wauseon @ (Oct 5) Whitmer @ Delta
SOCCER (GIRLS)
Springfield
(Oct 5) Edon @ Hilltop (Sep 29) Bryan @ Bowling Green
(Oct 5) Fairiview/Paulding @ Edgerton (Sep 30) Miller City @ Archbold
(Sep 30) Wauseon @ Maumee
VOLLEYBALL
(Sep 30) Delta @ Maumee (Oct 2) Napoleon @ Archbold
(Sep 30) Evergreen @ Northwood (Oct 3) Archbold @ Liberty Center
(Sep 30) Hilltop/Pettisville @ Archbold
(Oct 3) Bryan @ Evergreen
Spiketacular (Oct 3) Delta @ Waite
(Sep 30) Swanton @ Edgerton
(Oct 3) Swanton @ Wauseon
(Oct 5) Defiance @ Bryan
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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 23 OHSAA Board Of Directors
Meeting Highlights
Hilltop Cadets Beat Edon Bombers ...
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio High School Ath-
PHOTOS BY ANGI CAMPOS, STAFF September 22nd, 2017 letic Association Board of Directors held its regularly
Hilltop 32 Edon 31 scheduled September meeting Thursday morning at
The Cadets and the Bombers hooked up in a the OHSAA office. The following are highlights from the
classic with Hilltop scoring the game tying touch- meeting. Complete meeting minutes will be posted at
down as time expired and then kicking the extra OHSAA.org.
point with no time on the clock as they won their
fourth straight game. Hilltop held a 19-18 lead • By a 7-2 vote, the board denied a proposal from the
at halftime behind a 44-yard touchdown run by Ohio High School Baseball Coaches Association to ex-
Jacob Champion, a 35-yard touchdown pass by tend the season two weeks due to the new NFHS-man-
Christian McKinney to Steven Riley, and a 80-yard dated pitch count regulations.
kickoff return for a score by Steven Riley. Edon
quarterback Carson Brandt threw for two scores • By a 9-0 vote, the board approved a proposal
and ran for another to keep the Bombers close from the Ohio Association of Track and Cross Country
in the first half. Edon took a 31-25 lead in the Coaches to add two qualifiers to the state track meet in
third quarter after a 45-yard touchdown pass by the running events only. Previously, 16 qualifiers ad-
Brandt to Travis Siebenaler with 6:39 to go in the vanced to the state meet, with most races consisting of
quarter. That remained the score until the Ca- two heats with eight runners each. Since Ohio State’s
dets final drive when McKinney hit Sam Shilling Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium has a nine-lane track,
on an 8-yard pass for the game tying touchdown two additional qualifiers can compete. After the top four
as time expired. Chase Masters booted the extra finishers from each of the four regional tournaments ad-
point through the uprights with no time on the vance to the state tournament, the additional qualifiers
clock thus giving the Cadets the win. Hilltop did will come from the two fastest times recorded at the four
it passing and running with McKinney going 9/14 regionals.
for 115 yards and two touchdowns and Tyler Sub-
oski leading the running game rushing 24 times • In addition, the board approved the new two-year
for 114 yards and a touchdown. Carson Brandt divisional breakdowns and tournament representation
had a big night throwing the ball for Edon going for track and field. Divisional breakdowns for the 2017-
17/27 for 295 yards and three touchdowns with 18 sports are posted at: http://ohsaa.org/School-Re-
two interceptions. Travis Siebenaler was his fa- sources/Divisional-Breakdowns/2017-18
vorite target hauling in 7 receptions for 119 yards
and two scores. Brandt also led Edon in rushing • Since the board’s June meeting, 24 member schools
with 68 yards and two touchdowns. Hilltop (2-0 in were penalized for committing infractions of OHSAA by-
the TAAC, 4-1 overall) hosts Toledo Christian this laws or sports regulations. The list of infractions and
week for Homecoming with Edon (0-2, 0-5) also penalties is always included in the complete meeting
having their Homecoming game this week when minutes, but media members may request the list in
they welcome in Cardinal Stritch. advance from Tim Stried, OHSAA Director of Communi-
Other scores: cations, at tstried@ohsaa.org.
Liberty Center d. Delta 56-13
September 23rd, 2017 • The OHSAA Foundation Student Leadership Con-
JV Football: ference will be held Tuesday, October 3, at the Archie
Wauseon d. Bryan 52-14 Griffin Ballroom at the Ohio Union at The Ohio State
Evergreen d. Swanton 22-20 University. The annual conference welcomes 1,500 stu-
Archbold d. Patrick Henry 18-6 dents, making it the largest student leadership confer-
ence in the country. Details and school registration in-
formation is posted at: http://ohsaa.org/aboutohsaa/
ohsaafoundation/studentleadershipconference

• The board reviewed the attendance and financial
reports from the 2017 spring sports regional and state
tournaments:

o For the first time in many years, the baseball tour-
nament resulted in a financial net loss ($3,205). The
total attendance for the state tournament at Huntington
Park was 12,522.

o The softball tournament resulted in a financial net
loss of $300, which is less than the typical net loss.
The state tournament at Akron Firestone Stadium drew
7,437 fans.

o The inaugural lacrosse tournament resulted in net
proceeds of $73,492. Of note, the tournament begins at
the regional level (similar to the OHSAA football post-
season) and lacrosse is designated as an emerging sport
with different financial parameters, including team en-
try fees.

o The boys tennis state tournament at the Lindner
Family Tennis Center in Mason drew 1,122 fans and
resulted in a financial net loss of $2,702.

o The two-day high school track and field state meet
drew 27,409 fans and resulted in proceeds of $21,824.

o The inaugural 7th & 8th Grade State Track Cham-
pionships drew 1,927 fans and resulted in a financial
net loss of $9,019.

• Four vacancies on District Athletic Boards have
been filled on an interim one-year basis. They include
the Class AAA Representative in the East District, which
has been filled by Ray Hibbs, Athletic Administrator at
Cadiz Harrison Central High School; the Female Rep-
resentative in the Southwest District, which has been
filled by Jan Wilking, Athletic Administrator at Cincin-
nati Wyoming High School; the Ethnic Minority Repre-
sentative in the Central District, which has been filled
by Jeff Sheppard, Supervisor of Student Activities for
Columbus Public Schools; and the Class A Representa-
tive in the Southeast District, which has been filled by
Mark Rose, Athletic Administrator at Portsmouth Clay
High School.

• The 2017 regional cross country sites and dates
were approved by the board and are posted at: http://
ohsaa.org/Portals/0/Sports/Cross%20Country/CCre-
gionals.pdf

• The board approved the winter sports manuals,
which will be posted on their respective sport pages at
OHSAA.org.

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Good Luck In The Post Season

Archbold Bluestreaks

GIRLS TENNIS TEAM ... (Row 1) Adriana Thompson, Maggie Henry, Sara Lovejoy, GOLF TEAM ... (Sitting) Kreighton Sims, Drew McCarty, Kade Kern, Brandon Miller,
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Swanton Bulldogs With Convincing CONTINUED FROM PAGE 23
Win Over Evergreen Vikings
Bryan’s Dani Hickey Signs ...
September 22nd, 2017 PHOTOS BY BILL O'CONNELL, STAFF
Swanton 43 Evergreen 22 and turning them into juggernauts. He comes to the
The Bulldogs enjoyed a 7-0 lead after the first Braves on the heels of an incredible 2016-17 campaign
quarter but then exploded to score 22 points in at the helm of the Topeka Seaman High School boys
the second quarter to cruise to a NWOAL victory and girls bowling teams. After he led his Topeka Sea-
at home. Michael Lawniczak ran 16 yards for a man High School boys team to a 61-5 record and the
score followed by a 3-yard run by Zach Leahey to Kansas State 5A Championship, and the girls team to
make it 22-0 in favor of Swanton with about four a 55-13 record and the Kansas State runners-up po-
minutes left in the first half. Evergreen found the sition, Coach Poston was named Kansas State High
end zone for the first time shortly after that on a School Coach of the Year, and Kansas 5A High School
59-yard touchdown run by quarterback Jack Etue Coach of the Year. Poston coached three boys First
and after Etue hit Nick Beemer on a 2-point con- Team 5A All-Kansas selections, and two girls First
version pass the Bulldogs lead was 22-8. Lawnic- Team 5A All-Kansas selections in his eighth and final
zak answered back for Swanton with his second season at Seaman High School. He knows talent when
touchdown of the half, this one a 43-yard run, to he sees it, and he knows how to develop that talent.
make it 29-8 Swanton with the lead at halftime. In Dani Hickey, Coach Poston saw talent...and a lot of
Each team added two scores in the second half it, but could he get the backing from the University to
with Hunter VanWert accounting for both Viking travel to Ohio to get her?
touchdowns and the Swanton scores coming from
Lawniczak and Leahey. The Bulldogs flexed their “They made it clear to me that they were going to
muscles in the running game with 359 yards as treat bowling like all the other sports,” said Coach
a team with Lawniczak carrying 18 times for 201 Poston. “It was going to be funded by the University,
yards with three touchdowns and Leahey rush- and scholarships were going to be available. I was will-
ing 16 times for 105 yards and two touchdowns. ing to go wherever to find good bowlers, good families,
VanWert led Evergreen with 70 yards rushing on and good kids. I met Dani through social media. I had
19 carries and two touchdowns while Etue was to come back through my long-in-the-tooth age and
15/25 throwing the ball for 139 yards and he car- go back to what they do, and that’s how I met her...
ried the ball 10 times for 51 yards and a touch- on Facebook. She had a picture posted from a tourna-
down. Both of these teams are on the road this ment that she had won, and I knew the guy that ran
week as Swanton (1-1 in the NWOAL, 3-2 overall) the tournament. I reached out to him, then reached
travels to Patrick Henry (1-1, 2-3) and Evergreen out to her. We met face-to-face in June, and they came
(0-2, 2-3) is at Delta (0-2, 1-4). out in July for an official visit.” Geoff got to know Dani
and her parents, and felt that she was a recruit that
Other scores: he needed to land. As far as technical skill goes, Dani
Liberty Center d. Delta 56-13 is far ahead of the curve. “She is coming in as one of
the top female bowlers out there,” Coach Poston said.
September 23rd, 2017 “She’s coming in with a real chance...the sky’s the lim-
JV Football: it. Her game level is already high; I feel that we can
Wauseon d. Bryan 52-14 take it to another level. She’s not one of those kids who
Evergreen d. Swanton 22-20 thinks she knows it all already. She’s willing to learn.
Archbold d. Patrick Henry 18-6 She’s willing to try new things. That will be a huge ben-
efit for her, going forward.”
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trip, but not only is Dani up for it, so are her parents,
Annette Kubiske and Bruce Stevens. They saw their
daughter take a shining to the alleys long ago. “That
was really early on,” said Annette. “She started two-
handed...the two handed push, when she was about
five. She graduated to the one handed, and I think that
was when I bought her the leopard bowling ball when
she was about eight. She named it ‘Cheetah’.” “She
names all of her balls,” Bruce said. “She has twelve of
them, and she’s named them all.” If the names don’t
catch on, their scents do. The ball she named ‘AC’,
which is short for ‘Apple Crisp’, smells just like...well,
you know. “Each one has its own unique name and
gender,” Dani said with a smile.

Regardless of aphorisms, Dani’s aromatic arsenal
has raked in a ton of hardware over the years, and
there is no sign of her slowing down. Some of the ac-
colades that she has attained with her pin-splintering,
scented spheres include...

First Team All-Ohio (2015, 2017)
NWOAL First Team All-NWOAL (2015, 2016, 2017)
NWOAL High Average Champion (2017)
First Team All-District (2015, 2017)
...and those are just the ‘local’ individual awards.
There are other awards from other states that have
been won as well.
Having this level of skill is impressive, and drew the
attention of several collegiate programs. What makes
Danika Hickey a true gem and a beacon for recruit-
ers is the fact that she carries a game average of 206
on the hardwood...AND a 3.66 GPA in the classroom.
She is a member of the National Honor Society, and an
Academic All-Ohio scholar athlete. She was tabbed for
the Outstanding Ohio Scholar Athlete Academic Award
in 2016 and 2017, and is a published poet. Ottawa
University is so excited to be welcoming her, they have
already offered her a graduate assistant post as an as-
sistant bowling coach...and she has yet to even take
her first class. Dani likes the idea of coaching, but it
takes a back seat to what she truly loves...writing. She
chose Ottawa University because the small campus
can be traversed on foot in about five minutes, and
with a total enrollment of 750 students, “It’s home,”
Dani said. “It’s just like being home. It felt like one
big family. I’m going to major in a kind of communica-
tions, publishing and writing, because I like books. I
want to get into publishing; I want to be an author. I
know that’s a huge risk, so I’m going to minor in biol-
ogy to back it up.”
Dani already has a head start in the writing depart-
ment. “I write fantasy. I write mythical stuff and fic-
tion,” she said. She gave a brief synopsis of one of her
stories, which has an M. Night Shyamalan ring to it.
“The setting is for a girl that is born into a world of
our technology, with cars, TVs and cell phones, and
then she crosses a huge mountain and winds up in a
completely different time period, which is where the
fiction part comes in. It’s mostly fiction, but it’s tied
into reality.”
To read the achievement résumé of Dani Hickey,
then follow that up with the imaginative dreams and
drive of an accomplished fantasy writer that has been
offered a post-graduate assistant coaching position,
you would naturally assume that she is approaching
her mid-twenties, and is about to graduate from col-
lege. Dani has yet to set foot in college as a student,
and has yet to walk across the stage as a graduate of
Bryan High School. She has accomplished all of this
while still a high school student, which is why it is a
fool’s errand to judge her capabilities by her size.
Remember...dynamite comes in small packages.

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Montpelier Wins On Archbold Remains
Homecoming Night Undefeated In NWOAL

September 22nd, 2017 ed on a 15-yard scoring pass to Kolden September 22nd
Uribes to make it a 28-7 lead for the Archbold 42
Montpelier 49 Toledo Christian 27 Locos. Toledo Christian attempted a
The Locomotives earned their first rally by scoring 20 points in the fourth Patrick Henry 13
quarter but it was too little too late Gabe Petersen
win of the season on Homecoming for the Eagles. Benner accounted for threw for two touch-
night as they jumped out to a 34-7 198 yards of total offense for Montpe- downs and ran for
lead at halftime and never looked lier, throwing for 105 yards on a pre- three more as Arch-
back. Payton Pease got Montpelier off fect 5/5 passing with a touchdown bold broke open a tie
to a good start by returning the open- and running the ball seven times for game in the second
ing kickoff 76 yards for a score. Chan- 93 yards and a score. Pease finished quarter to roll to a
dler Byers gave Montpelier a 14-0 the game with 54 yards rushing and win at home. Gabe
lead with a 4-yard td run before To- a touchdown while Holden Uribes had Peterson had touch-
ledo Christian put up their first score three receptions for 50 yards and a down runs of 17 and
of the night making it a 14-7 game. touchdown. Montpelier (1-0 in the 12 yards to go with
Pease struck again, this time a 52- TAAC, 1-4 overall) will try to keep the scoring passes of 31
yard sprint to the end zone and then momentum going this week when they and 57 yards as he
quarterback Dakota Benner connect- play at Ottawa Hills (2-0, 3-2). was involved in five
of the six Archbold
touchdowns on the PHOTOS BY FORREST CHURCH, STAFF
night. Twin brother
PHOTOS BY KENT HUTCHISON, STAFF Sam Petersen scored
on a 19-yard run and
then Gabe would go
44 yards for a touch-
down later in the
fourth quarter to end
the scoring for the
Blue Streaks. Gabe
Petersen ended the
night 13/17 for 245
yards and two touch-
downs with an inter-
ception while he ran
the ball 15 times for
108 yards and three
more touchdowns.
Archbold had good
balance offensively
has they threw for
245 yards and ran
for 227. Archbold
(2-0 in the NWOAL,
4-1 overall) hits the
road this week when
they are at Bryan (1-
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Wauseon Indians Pull Away From S2S0T1T7AANNDDIINNGGSS
Bryan Golden Bears In Second Half

September 22nd, 2017 As of September 24th, 2017
Wauseon 48 Bryan 14
It was a bounce back week for the Indians com- Volleyball • NWOAL •
ing off a tough loss the previous week against Arch-
bold. The Golden Bears battled Wauseon in the League Overall
first half getting a fumble return for a touchdown
by Matt Herold to tie the game 7-7. Junior Martinez Win-Loss Win-Loss
responded quickly for the Indians with 68-yard run
to give Wauseon a 14-7 halftime lead. The Indians Swanton 4-0 13-1
blew the game open in the third quarter scoring four
touchdowns, quarterback Hunter Yackee throwing Bryan 3-1 12-3
for one and running for another and Xavier Torres
rushing for two scores of his own to make it 42- Patrick Henry 3-1 10-6
7. Wauseon on the night had 485 yards of offense
with 315 coming on the ground. Martinez was the Wauseon 3-1 10-4
Indians top rusher with 141 yards on 13 carries
and a touchdown. Yackee finished the game for the Delta 1-3 7-8
Indians 6/15 through the air for 172 yards and a
touchdown. Bryan quarterback Zac Nobis led the Evergreen 1-3 5-8
Golden Bears in passing and rushing, going 13/24
for 112 yards while he ran the ball 14 times for Archbold 1-3 5-8
35 yards. Wauseon (1-1 in the NWOAL, 4-1 overall)
faces a tough test this week when they travel to Liberty Center 0-4 3-13
Liberty Center (2-0, 5-0) while Bryan (1-1, 2-3) also
faces a tough challenge when they host Archbold Football League Overall
(2-0, 4-1) for Homecoming.
Liberty Center Win-Loss Win-Loss
Archbold
Wauseon 2-0 5-0
Patrick Henry 2-0 4-1
Bryan 1-1 4-1
Swanton 1-1 2-3
Evergreen 1-1 2-3
Delta 1-1 3-2
0-2 2-3
0-2 1-4

PHOTOS BY FORREST CHURCH, STAFF Boys Soccer League Overall
3-0 6-2
Liberty Center 3-0 9-1-1
Archbold 1-1-1 4-6-1
Bryan 0-1-2 4-4-2
Delta 0-2-1 1-8-1
Swanton 0-3 1-8
Wauseon
League Overall
Girls Soccer 3-0 9-0
3-1 8-2-1
Archbold 3-1 6-1-1
Swanton 2-1 4-4-2
Liberty Center 1-3 5-6-1
Bryan 0-3 4-6-1
Delta 0-3 2-5
Wauseon
Evergreen League Overall pts
6-1 13 *League champion
Golf 6-1
5-2 12
Archbold 4-3 10
Bryan 3-4 8
Wauseon 3-4 6
Patrick Henry 0-7 4
Evergreen 1-6 2
Swanton 1
Liberty Center • BBC •
Delta Overall
League 9-4
Volleyball 7-0 8-6
5-2 8-7
Pettisville 4-2 4-8
Montpelierl 3-4 3-9
North Central 3-4 2-9
Stryker 2-4 0-12
Edon 0-7
Hilltop
Fayette

Golf League Overall

Stryker 6-0 *league champion

Fayette 4-1 Overall
4-1
North Central 3-2 3-2
4-1
Montpelier 3-3 1-4
2-3
Hilltop 2-3 1-4
2-3
Pettisville 1-5 0-5
0-5
Edon 0-6

Football • TAAC •

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Oak Shade Raceway Points Battles Decided Edon 0-2

• GMC •

Saturday, September 16, 2017- Tight point battles Jeff Foks Jr. from Holland, Ohio, nursed a slim Volleyball League Overall
were finally settled on Oakshade Raceway’s Season 16-point advantage in the Bomber point standings at 3-0 14-1
Championship Night which was highlighted by Devin the beginning of the night and was able to stay out of Tinora 3-0 13-1
Shiels earning his first ever Oakshade Raceway UMP trouble to pick up his fourth Bomber A Main win of the Antwerp 3-0 11-3
Late Model Championship. There were also a lot of kids season and his fourth Bomber track championship. Fairview 2-1 8-2
dressed up in great costumes who came for the candy William Cundick started on the pole of the Bomber A Hicksville 1-2 8-5
as well as the great racing for the annual Trick or Treat Main and led the first lap. Terry Rushlow took over on Ayersville 0-3 5-9
Night. lap two after a lap one caution. It only took three laps Holgate 0-3 5-11
for Foks to reach the front after starting 10th. Rush- Edgerton 0-3 4-11
At the start of the Season Championship UMP Late low held on to finish second and passing the most cars Wayne Trace
Model feature, Brad Wade seemed to be the car to beat. to end up third was last week’s feature winner Craig
He was able to fend off a challenge from Brad Eitnear Dippman. Dippman started 23rd. Donovan Paskan fin- Football League Overall
around lap five, but later lost the lead on lap 15 of the ished fourth and Cundick slipped back to finish fifth. Wayne Trace 2-0 4-1
25-lap race to Steve Kester and then brought out the Hicksville 2-0 3-2
caution flag, forcing him to restart at the rear. As the The closest point battle of the night was in the Tinora 2-0 3-2
field reverted to the line up of the last completed green- Compacts with Jeff Foks Sr. holding just a six point Ayersville 1-1 4-1
flag lap, Eitnear would lead the field back to the green lead heading in to the night. That lead proved not to Edgerton 1-1 4-1
flag. As soon as the leaders hit the backstretch, Kester be enough as Waldron, Michigan’s Brogan Rehklau Fairview 0-2 2-3
jumped to the outside of Eitnear and McClure, Ohio’s picked an incredible 12th feature win of the year and Antwerp 0-2 1-4
Rusty Schlenk dove to the inside for a three-wide bat- finished far enough ahead of Foks to earn his second Holgate 0-2 1-4
tle for the lead. Kester would take over the lead for a Compact track championship. Randy Murday finished
couple laps, but Schlenk would take over for good on the race second followed by Jason Deshler, Nathan CHRYSLER - DODGE - JEEP - RAM
lap 17. Schlenk went on to post his seventh Oakshade Goodman and Josh Proffitt. Foks ended up 10th.
feature win of the year and ended up fourth in the final
point standings, one point behind Kester who ended Season Championship Night was capped off by per-
up spinning and finishing outside the top ten in the haps one of the most exciting races of the evening that
race. Devin Shiels capped off his championship season had no championship implications. Brandon Clark
with a second place finish. Casey Noonan started deep charged through the field to the front after starting at
in the field and ended up getting by defending track the tail and put on a heck of a battle with Oregon,
champion Brian Ruhlman for third. Eric Spangler got Ohio’s Taylor Dippman for the win. Both drivers traded
by Hillard Miller late in the race to end up fifth. the lead several times in the closing laps. Clark held the
lead at the white flag, but Dippman made a nice move
Brian Fisher darted out to a big lead in the UMP coming off turn four on the high side to beat Clark to
Sportsman Season Championship feature event. A the finish line. Amy Clair got by Cody Stetten late in
caution on lap nine wiped out Fisher’s lead putting the race to end up third and Scott Hammer rounded
point-leader Drew Smith on his rear bumper for the out the top five finishers.
restart. Smith, from Sylvania, Ohio, passed Fisher for
the lead on lap 10 and went on to earn his fifth fea- Another great night of late season racing action is
ture win of the season and more importantly the 2017 on tap for Saturday, September 23rd with the Papa
Sportsman Track Championship. Fisher held on fin- Boiler Bomber Spectacular paying $1,000 to win and
ish second followed closely by Rusty Smith. Brandon the UMP Sportsman Dirty 30 paying $1,200 to win
Gregory finished fourth and the defending Oakshade and $125 to start. UMP Late Models and Compact will
UMP Sportsman track champion, Mike Jessen, ended round out the evening’s racing program with gates
up fifth. opening at 4pm, hot laps at 6pm and racing at 7pm.

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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 23 Edon Picks Up Win At Home Over Stryker

Montpelier Locomotives ... September 19th, 2017
Edon 3 Stryker 1
September 21st, 2017
Montpelier 3 Stryker 2 The Lady Blue Bombers recorded their second
The Lady Locos won a tough five set battle ver- league win by beating Stryker 25-12, 8-25, 25-21,
sus Stryker 23-25, 25-20, 17-25, 28-26, 15-12. 25-22. Riley Bloir had 8 kills along with 22 digs,
Jaelyn Lyons led Montpelier with 10 kills, Rheanna Claire Radabaugh added 64 assists and 14 digs.
Stoy had 9 kills, 33 digs, and Hanna Bumb had 38 Olivia Radabaugh and Jordan Runyan contributed
assists and 40 digs. The Montpelier JV was a 2-0 17 and 18 digs respectively in this win at home.
over the Stryker JV.

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September 18th, 2017 corded their second league win by Delta d. Toledo Start 3-0
Ayersville 3 Delta 1 beating Stryker 25-12, 8-25, 25- Bryan d. Hicksville 3-1
21, 25-22. Riley Bloir had 8 kills (7th grade volleyball)
The Panthers dropped this along with 22 digs, Claire Rad- Wauseon d. Bryan 2-0
non-league match on the road at abaugh added 64 assists and 14 Stryker d. Montpelier 2-0
Ayersville 15-25, 25-23, 26-28, digs. Olivia Radabaugh and Jor- North Central d. Edgerton 2-1
23-25. Kinnsey Finnen helped the dan Runyan contributed 17 and (8th grade volleyball)
Delta cause with 1 ace, 36 kills, 2 18 digs respectively in this win at North Central d. Edgerton 2-0
assists, and 16 digs, Abby Free- home. Fayette d. Pettisville 2-1
man had 3 kills, 1 block, 24 as- Montpelier d. Stryker 2-1
sists, 7 digs, and Raelyn Hutchin- Wauseon 3 Delta 0 Bryan d. Wauseon 2-0
son added 20 digs for Delta who is The Lady Indians moved to September 23rd, 2017
now 6-6 on the season. 7-4 overall and 3-1 in the NWOAL Pettisville 2 Liberty Center 0
with a 25-14, 25-16, 25-15 win The Lady Blackbirds knocked
Fairview 3 Montpelier 0 over Delta. Karli Penrod was per-
The Lady Locos dropped to 6-6 fect serving for Wauseon, going off the Lady Tigers 25-17, 25-20
on the season falling at home to 7/7 with 8 digs, and 19/21 hit- in the opening match of a tri-meet
Fairview 25-19, 25-14,25-21. ting with 8 kills. Lexi Sauber went with Liberty Center and Edger-
Montpelier was led by Rheanna 11/14 on the serve with 1 ace, 7 ton. Kyra Behnfeldt went 13/13
Stoy with 6 kills and Aubree Moss digs, 17/20 hitting with 11 kills, serving with 4 aces, 11 digs, Jess
with 19 digs. The Montpelier JV and 3 blocks, Madison Trejo was Youse was 6/6 serving and 10
lost 2-0 to Fairview as well. 14/14 serving with 4 aces, 78/80 kills, and Morgan Leppelmeier
Other scores: setting with 31 assists, 3 kills and went 5/6 serving with 7 kills, 9
Antwerp d. Fayette 3-0 10 digs. Jennifer Sanders had a digs. The Pettisville JV team de-
Bryan d. Edgerton 3-0 solid game hitting going 18/19 feated Liberty Center 25-18, 25-
Swanton d. Rossford 3-0 with 9 kills and 4 blocks. Abby 23.
Freeman led the Lady Panthers in
(7th grade volleyball) assists with 18 to go with her 8 Pettisville 2 Edgerton 0
Antwerp d. Stryker 2-1 digs and Kinsey Finnen added 1 Kyra Behnfeldt was a perfect
ace, 13 kills, and 14 digs. Delta 13/13 serving again for the Lady
(8th grade volleyball) is now 1-3 in league play and 6-7 Blackbirds as they beat Edgerton
Antwerp d. Stryker 2-0 overall. Wauseon also took the JV 25-10, 25-17. Behnfeldt also had
match 25-22, 25-13. 3 aces along with 14 digs. Jess
September 19th, 2017 Other scores: Youse went 9/9 serving with 2
Hilltop 3 Fayette 1 Tinora d. Edgerton 3-0 aces, 13 kills, Mauricea Crouch
Montpelier d. Monclova Chris- was also 9/9 serving with 13 as-
Johnnie Roth was 12/13 serv- tian 3-0 sists, and Morgan Leppelmeier
ing with 8 digs and 13 kills as Evergreen d. Archbold 3-1 had a 5/7 serving performance
Hilltop beat Fayette 26-28, 25- Swanton d. Bryan 3-1 with 11 kills and 10 digs. The Pet-
21, 25-15, 25-18 in BBC play. tisville JV were winners over Edg-
Morgyn Siegel added 20/23 serv- (7th grade volleyball) erton as well in three sets 26-24,
ing with 5 aces and 20 digs, Ken- Pettisville d. North Central 2-0 19-25, 25-23.
dall Roth went 16/16 serving, 13 Wauseon d. Delta 2-0
digs, 6 kills, and Hannah Riley Stryker d. Edon 2-0 Wauseon 2 Fairview 0
was 17/18 serving with 15 digs. The Lady Indians knocked off
The Lady Eagles were led by Bail- (8th grade volleyball) Fairview 25-23, 25-12 as part of a
ee Smith (15/17 serving, 3 aces, 8 North Central d. Pettisville 2-0 home tri-match with the Apaches
kills, 20 digs), Mataya Rufenacht Edon d. Stryker 2-0 and North Central. Chloe Lane
(13/13 serving, 4 aces, 3 kills, was 6/6 serving and 6 digs, Karli
10 digs), and Brylee Riegsecker September 21st, 2017 Penrod 9/10 serving with 1 ace,
(19/20 serving, 3 aces, 15 assists, Pettisville 3 Fayette 0 13/13 hitting with 6 kills, and
8 digs). Hilltop also won the JV The Blackbirds remained un- Madison Trejo went 43/45 setting
match over Fayette 25-16, 25-15. defeated in BBC play with a 25- with 20 assists, 4 kills, and 3 digs.
15, 25-9, 25-5 victory at Fayette.
Pettisville 3 North Central 2 Jess Youse was 28/28 serving Wauseon 2 North Central 1
In a match between the top two with 4 aces and 12 kills, Morgan Wauseon is now 10-4 on the
teams in the BBC standings, the Leppelmeier went 14/15 serving season after defeating the Lady
Blackibirds pulled out the five- with 3 aces, 8 kills 17 digs, and Eagles 18-25, 25-13, 25-16. Ma-
set win to remain undefeated in Kyra Behnfeldt was 10/10 serving dalyn Martinez led the way by go-
league play by a score of 25-15, along with her 16 digs. Pettisville ing 30/31 serving with 6 aces and
24-26, 26-16, 22-25, 15-7. Kyra also won the JV match 25-11, 25- 16 digs. Lexi Sauber went 23/29
Behnfeldt had a big game with 30 21. hitting with 12 kills and 5 blocks
digs to go with her 16/17 serving Wauseon 3 Toledo Bowsher 0 and Madison Trejo went 74/75
and 2 aces. Jess Youse was 12/12 In a match that was originally setting with 24 assists, 2 kills,
serving with 1 ace and 18 kills scheduled at Bowsher, the Lady and 2 blocks.
while Morgan Leppelmeier went Indians made quick work of the
26/26 serving with 8 aces, 20 Lady Rebels on Wauseon’s home Other scores:
kills and 14 digs. North Central, floor 25-17, 25-12, 25-7. Madi- Lake d. Swanton 3-2
who fell to 4-2 in BBC play, were son Trejo went 51/52 setting with Springfield d. Archbold 2-0
led in kills by Lindsay Brown with 22 assists, 3 blocks, 6 kills and Archbold d. Clyde 2-0
9, Sidney Makarns had 8, and five digs, Lexi Sauber was 22/24 Archbold d. Bellevue 2-0
Makayla Knapp with 7. Knapp hitting with 5 digs, 7 kills and Bryan d. Wayne Trace 2-0
also had 4 aces for the Lady Ea- 3 blocks, and Jennifer Sanders Continental d. Fayette 3-0
gles. Pettisville JV also won their went 12/14 hitting with 4 kills
match over North Central 25-12, and 4 blocks. The Wauseon JV
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Hilltop & Edon Battle On The Volleyball Court

September 21st - Edon 3 Hilltop 0
The Lady Blue Bombers improved to 3-4 in the
BBC with a 25-23, 25-14, 27-25 win at home over
Hilltop. Claire Radabaugh had 57 assists and 8
digs while Reagan Gallehue added 35 assists for
Edon. Hanna Fogel went for 12 kills and 4 digs
with Riley Bloir dding another 20 digs to go with
6 assists. Hilltop was paced by Aubrey Wyse going
10/11 serving with 21 digs, 4 kills, Johnnie Roth
11/12 serving, 6 digs 5 kills, and Maddy Under-
wood 8/8 serving with 5 digs and 7 kills. Edon
took the junior varsity match as well 25-7, 32-30.

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Stryker Claims BBC Golf Championship

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Stryker 167 Montpelier 174 vino 157). Golfers earning 1st team all-league honors
Spencer Clingaman was match medalist with a were: Spencer Clingaman (Stryker), Abe Montague
36 for Stryker as the Panthers defeated Montpelier (Stryker), Skyler Butterfield (Hilltop), Noah Brinegar
at Suburban Golf Course. He was followed by Abe (Fayette), Tanner Lemley (Fayette), and Chace Booth-
Montague with a 42, Aaron Sidle shot a 43, and Lo- man (North Central). Sectional play begins Thursday,
gan Boetz carded a 46. For the Locos, Tyler Rupp and September 28th with Edon, Fayette, Hilltop, Montpe-
Brock O’ Neal both shot 41’s with Hunter Burlew re- lier, North Central, and Stryker playing at Ironwood
cording a 45 and Aaron Stoy a 47. while Pettisville will be at Eagle Rock Golf Course in
Defiance. Girls Sectionals will be Tuesday, September
Archbold 154 Wauseon 170 Liberty Center 199 26th at Country Acres Golf Course in Ottawa.
Mitch Grosjean of Archbold fired a 36 to earn med-
alist honors as Archbold defeated both the Indians September 22nd, 2017
and Tigers at Ironwood Golf Course. Brandon Mill- Archbold Wins Third Straight NWOAL title
er (37), Trevor Rupp (40), and Creighton Sims (41) The Blue Streak made it a 3-peat in hot and hu-
helped Archbold gain two NWOAL wins. Wauseon mid weather at Auglaize Golf Course in Defiance by
was paced by CJ Moser with a 38, Eric Parker a 42, shooting a 306 as a team to edge out Bryan. Brandon
Jaxon Radabaugh shot a 44, and Trent Armstrong Miller led the way with a 75, Mitch Grosjean shot a
had a 46. Olivia Zacharias was the low score for Lib- 76, Trevor Rupp fired a 77 and Kade Kern carded a 78
erty Center with a 42. as Archbold used four scores in the 70’s to comprise
their team total. CJ Moser of Wauseon was tourna-
Bryan 142 Swanton 173 Delta 184 ment medalist with a round of 74. Team results were
The Golden Bears had four golfers shoot in the as follows: 2. Bryan 311 (Case Hartman 76, Peyton
30’s as they cruised to a first-place finish in a NWOAL Lamberson 76, Connor Shirkey 77, Andrew Heller
tri-match at Riverside Greens in Stryker. Peyton Lam- 82), 3. Wauseon 338 (CJ Moser 74, Trent Armstrong
berson with a -1 under par round of 34 took medal- 86, Caleb Leu 87, Eric Parker 91) 4. Patrick Henry
ist honors, followed by Case Hartman (35), Connor 347, 5. Evergreen 363 (Travis Mersing 83, Zach Lum-
Shirkey (36), and Nolan Kidston (37). Carter Swank brezer 92, Kaleb Lumbrezer 93, Aaron Miller 95), 6.
of Swanton led the Bulldogs with a 35, Randy Slink a Liberty Center 374, 7. Swanton 378 (Carter Swank
43, Brady Lemons a 47, and Austin Luce shot a 48. 84, Randy Slink 86, Brady Lemons 97, Andrew
Delta’s low man was Brady Wymer shooting a 41, Jay LaPoint 111), 8. Delta 379 (Jay Vann 84, Brady Wy-
Vann with a 42, Cole Mattin carded a 47, and Chase mer 98, Cole Mattin 98, Chase Stickley 99). Sectional
Stickley fired a 54. play begins on Thursday, September 28th in Division
II at Detwiler for Archbold, Swanton, and Wauseon
Montpelier 197 Hicksville 200 (Girls) while Bryan will be at Country Acres in Ottawa. Divi-
Katie Taylor shot a 44 for the Lady Locos who im- sion III will have Delta and Evergreen at Ironwood in
proved to 10-3 on the season with a win over the Lady Wauseon on September 28th. Girls sectionals will be
Aces of Hicksville. Brookelyn Dye was close behind at Country Acres in Ottawa on September 26th.
with a 49, Addison Thompson fired a 50, and Taylor
Brown had 54. Edgerton Finishes Seventh At GMC
Tournament
Other scores:
Evergreen d. Patrick Henry 180-180 (won on 5th After a postponement from its original date of Sep-
man’s score) tember 19th, the teams finally took the course at Iron-
Fairview 160 Antwerp 166 Hicksville 168 Hilltop wood in Wauseon with Tinora shooting a 328 to take
217 the team championship. Edgerton finished seventh
with score of 388. Dacoda Faber paced the Bulldogs
September 21st, 2017 with a 91, followed by Brody Michael with a 95, Cam-
Stryker Captures eron Schaper a 96, and Zach Ivan with a 106. On the
girl’s side, Wayne Trace was the winning team with
BBC Championship a 353. Edgerton didn’t have enough golfers to figure
Freshman Spencer Clingaman of Stryker and Ju- into the team scores but Hannah Sleesman fired a 95
nior Skyler Butterfield of Hilltop each shot 79’s to be to place her 10th as an individual. The Edgerton boys
co-medalists of the BBC Tournament at Ironwood will compete in Sectional play on September 28th at
Golf Course in Wauseon. Stryker won the title with a Ironwood while the girl’s Sectional will be September
team score of 347, 13 strokes ahead of second place 26th at Country Acres in Ottawa.
Fayette. Abe Montague shot an 81, Colin Anders a 92,
and Devon Weirauch with a 95 to round out the scor- September 22nd, 2017
ing for Stryker. Final results were as follows: 2. Fay- Stryker 159 Pettisville 191
ette 360 (Noah Brinegar 83, Tanner Lemley 83, Travis Abe Montague, Spencer Clingaman, and Colin An-
Wagner 91, Noah Bingman 104), 3. North Central 377 ders all fired 39’s as Stryker was a winner at River-
(Chace Boothman 84, Landen Patten 96, Jack Bailey side Greens over the Blackbirds. Logan Boetz shot a
96, Levi Williams 101), 4. Pettisville 382 (Tommy Mc- 42 for the rest of the Panther’s scoring. Max Leppel-
Watters 88, Max Leppelmeier 90, Austin Horning 101, meier had a 40 for Pettisville followed by Tom McWat-
Josh Horning 103), 5. Montpelier 386 (Tyler Rupp 94, ters with a 47 and both Austin Horning and Caleb
Hunter Burlew 95, Aaron Stoy 96, Ethan Marihugh Nofziger with 52’s.

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Peters beat Sara Lovejoy/Maggie Henry
September 18th, 2017 6-1, 6-4. The Bryan JV also defeated September 18th, 2017 Other scores:
Wauseon 3 Toledo Bowsher 2 Archbold by the score of 2-0. Scores: Swanton d. Delta 3-0
The Lady Indians were able to defeat Delta 2 Woodmore 2 Liberty Center d. Evergreen 8-1
Bowsher despite dropping the first and Maumee Valley Country Day 4
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lost 2-6, 6-4, 1-6 and Maddi Rice was Archbold 4 Wauseon 0 Scores:
defeated 6-0, 5-7, 8-10 but Sierra Rupp The Indians dropped all three singles The Lady Blue Streaks remained Kalida d. Wauseon 3-0
was able to secure a win in third singles matches against the Lady Hawks with undefeated on the season with a win at Evergreen d. Northwood 2-1
6-0, 6-0. Paige Moden/Sophia Stock- Maddy Wendt falling in first singles (1- Wauseon in the rain. Regan Ramirez
ham were winners in first doubles 6-0, 6, 1-6), Madi Rice in second singles (3- put Archbold on the board with a goal September 23rd, 2017
6-1 and Kate McKean/Julie Waldron 6, 2-6), and Sierra Rupp in third singles at the 24:35 mark of the first half as Archbold 4 Woodmore 0
won in second doubles 6-4, 6-3. (0-6, 0-6) The lone Indians win of the Archbold held a 1-0 halftime lead. The Lady Blue Streaks had four dif-
night was the team of Paige Moden/So- Grace Mayer, Emie Peterson, and Da- ferent players each score a goal in this
September 21st, 2017 phia Stockham in first doubles 5-7, 6-3, kota Stamm all added goals in the shutout win at home. Dakota Stamm
6-4. Kate McKean/Julie Waldron were second half as Archbold pulled away scored at 36:40 of the first half and
defeated in third singles 1-6, 1-6. for the win. Chloe Nofziger had two as- Grace Mayer added a goal at the 25:11
sists while Ramirez and Peterson had mark of the opening half as the Streaks
Bryan 5 Archbold 0 September 23rd, 2017 one each. led 2-0 at halftime. Kamryn Hostetler
The Golden Bears took all five match- Bluffton 5 Archbold 0 Bryan 3 Continental 0 and Emie Peterson each scored in the
es against the Blue Streaks beginning Amanda Payne was defeated in first After playing to a 0-0 deadlock second half to complete the Archbold
with a win in first singles by Chloe Mc- singles 1-6, 2-6, Leah Miller Miller lost after the first half, Allye Minor, Jess scoring. Peterson also recorded two
Cashen 6-0, 6-1 over Amanda Payne in second singles 0-6, 2-6, and Melayne Mueller, and Baylee Krupp all scored assists in the match.
of Archbold. Olivia DeLeon followed in Stuckey fell in third singles 3-6, 0-6. in the second half to give Bryan the Other scores:
second singles knocking off Belle Clark The doubles teams of Elizabeth Mignin/ win. Krupp along with freshman Maci Delta d. Ottawa Hills 5-3
in a tough match 4-6, 7-5, 10-3, and Callie Rohrs and Sara Lovejoy/Maggie Tinkel recorded assists. Meggie Voight Eastwood d. Swanton 2-1
in third singles it was Jenessa Johnson Henry were also defeated. Archbold now had five saves in goal for Bryan to pre- Rossford d. Evergreen 6-1
with a 6-1, 6-4 win over Leah Miller. has a record of 4-6 on the season.
The team of Sloane Brown/Allie Boyer Other scores:
had an impressive win in first doubles Lima Shawnee 5 Bryan 0
defeating the Archbold team of Callie
Rohrs/Elizabeth Mignin 6-0, 6-0. Bryan
finished the sweep with a victory in sec-

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Cross Country Teams Compete At Widewater Invitational

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VARSITY CROSS September 23rd, 2017 III- 3. Pettisville 128 (Max Leppel- Pettisville 9 Swanton 1
COUNTRY meier 8th, 17:33.10), 4. Edgerton The Blackbirds rolled in this match behind
Bryan Cross Country Teams 145 (Tyson Curry 13th, 18:02.4), three goals from Detric Yoder, two by Eli Grieser
September 18th, 2017 Run At Van Wert Invitational 5. Stryker 149 (Emanuel Villan- and Canidate Vickery, and one apiece by Connor
ueva 14th, 18:03.61), 10. Fayette Wyse and Ben Morris. Landon Roth added two as-
(Junior High Cross Country) The Golden Bears boy’s cross 226 (Brett Merillat 21st, 18:22.39), sists with Blake Eyer, Mitchell Avina, Eli Grieser,
Bryan Boys & Girls Teams country team came home 5th out 11. North Central 272 (Blake Sa- Justin Rupp, and Preston Stevens with one each.
of 15 teams at the Van Wert Invita- kos 30th, 18:56.53), 13. Hilltop
Place Third At Napoleon Meet tional led by Austin Johnson with a 356 (Jay Garrett 40th, 19:10.48), September 19th, 2017
The Bryan Jr. High Cross- 6th place finish in a time of 17:16. 14. Montpelier 390 (Dylan Eitniear Scores:
Eric Gendron was 19th (18:19), 73rd, 20:06.0). Girls Black Divi- Woodmore d. Delta 7-0
Country team traveled to Napo- Andrew Knight 35th (19:02), Ethan sion II- 2. Pettisville 73 (Elizabeth
leon to race against the Wildcats, Cox 47th (19:22), and Parker Sauder 3rd, 20:37.07), 3. Arch- September 21st, 2017
Archbold, Defiance, and St. Paul’s. Rosebrook 52nd (19:29). The girls bold 107 (Brittney Ramirez 5th, Pettisville 2 Liberty Center 1
Both the Bryan boys’ and girls’ team placed 3rd out of 11 teams 20:44.85), 7. Evergreen 168 (Sarah After a scoreless first half, the Tigers scored
teams finished 3rd in the team with Audrey Zimmerman their top Schwan 2nd, 20:23.27), 10. Delta early in the second to take a 1-0. The Blackbirds
scoring. Joshuah Taylor raced his placer in 6th with a time of 20:47. 219 (Jenna Hallet 15th, 21:32.74), answered back on a goal by Detric Yoder to tie
way to another 1st place finish Brittney Willis was 18th (21:57), Swanton-no team score (Natalie the game 1-1. Pettisville battling with injuries to
with a time of 11:46. Also placing Addie Oberlin 20th (21:59), Adri- Newman 54th, 24:37.15). Girls Or- three starters inserted Connor Wyse into the game
in the top ten were Nathan Hess enne Struble 24th (22:32), and ange Division III- 4. Edgerton 112, for the first time with ten minutes remaining. He
in 9th and Quinn Brown in 10th. Margo Morr 33rd (23:03). (Stefanie Thiel 15th, 22:22.27), 5. quickly made his presence felt by beating to Liber-
Other finishers for the Bears were Montpelier 132 (Jacqueline Carl- ty Center defenders and threaded a pass to Yoder
Aiden Andrews in 19th, Evan Cox Area Teams Compete At son 3rd, 21:16.53), 7. Hilltop 175 for the game winning goal for Pettisville.
in 27th, Ethan Psurny in 33rd, Liberty Center Widewater (Kara Brown 10th, 22:05.62),
Jayden Daniels in 40th, Tyler Wolff 8. North Central 197 (Emma Delta 4 Swanton 4
in 48th, and Wyatt Garza in 52nd. Invitational Zenz 11th, 22:10.40), Stryker-no Anthony Russell scored a goal and had two as-
The following is how area teams team score (Trinitie Wallace 6th, sists for Delta as they battled the Bulldogs to a 4-4
Leading the way for the Lady fared at the Liberty Center Wide- 21:23.35), Fayette-no team score tie. Jared Gilders added two goals and Kyle Hadley
Bears was Allie Zimmerman with a water Invitational with the team (Amber Ganoa 31st, 23:32.91). The scored one for the Panthers. Swanton picked up
3rd place finish and Delilah Taylor finish and each team top indi- Junior High boys race was won by a hat trick from Riley Hensley and Zach Schaller
placing 7th. Other finishers for the vidual placer. Boys Black Divi- Elijah Lerma of Fayette with a time scored the other goal for Swanton.
Lady Bears were McKenzie Adams sion II- 7. Delta 170 (Maverick of 11:07.80 while in the Junior
in 23rd, Lauren Lambert in 29th, Wright 11th,17:42.49), 9. Arch- High girls race Karley Ramirez of Archbold 9 Wauseon 1
Emilee Bassett in 30th, Adayah bold 224 (Caden Garrow 18th, Archbold was the top area finisher The Blue Streaks improved to 3-0 in the NWOAL
Strobietto in 33rd, Maris Gendron 18:11.52), 10. Swanton 265 (Brett in 5th with a time of 12:59.24. with a dominating win over their league rivals
in 34th, Sam Doty in 39th, Lydia Bettinger 20th, 18:27.76), 11. Ev- from Wauseon. Josh Kidder and Kaiden Bedsole
Psurny in 41st, and Isabelle Martin ergreen 326 (Alex Majewski 79th, each had a hat trick as Archbold led 6-0 at half-
in 42nd. 20:28.00). Boys Orange Division time. Andrew Hogrefe scored two goals, and Dan-
iel Nieves scored the last goal of the night for the
Streaks. Lucas Yoder and Bedsole each recorded
two assists for the home team. Brandon Martinez
tallied the lone Wauseon goal in the match.

Napoleon 4 Bryan 1
The Golden Bears only goal of the match came
from Zach Seaman on an assist from Logan King
as Bryan fell to 3-6-1 on the season. Reese Jack-
son had 13 saves in goal for Bryan. The Bryan JV
defeated the Napoleon JV 1-0.

September 23rd, 2017
Archbold 3 Liberty Benton 1
The Blue Streaks improved to 9-1-1 with a home
win versus the Eagles of Liberty Benton. Josh Kid-
der scored twice in the first half, both coming on
penalty kicks, as Archbold led 2-0 at halftime. The
Eagles closed the gap with a goal by Austin Patrick
with 22:14 mark of the second half to make it 2-1.
Kaiden Bedsole, on assist from Kidder, provided
the final margin as he scored for Archbold at the
12:42 mark. Caleb Wooley had four saves in goal
for the Streaks. The Archbold JV won by a score
of 7-0.

Bryan 3 Defiance 2
Issac Bowers, Zach Seaman, and Mason Frazer
each had a goal in this Golden Bears win. Logan
King tallied an assist for Bryan who is now 4-6-1
on the season overall. The Bryan JV played to a
1-1 tie against the Defiance JV.

Other scores:
Delta d. Toledo Christian 4-0
Genoa d. Wauseon 8-1

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ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

MICHAEL LAWNICZAK SARAH SCHWAN
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The male Athlete of the Week The female Athlete of the Week is
is Michael Lawniczak of Swanton. Sarah Schwan of Evergreen. On Sep-
The Bulldogs running back carried tember 16th, the junior cross country
the ball 18 times for 201 yards and runner finished 3rd in the Gold divi-
three touchdowns in Swanton’s 43- sion at the Ottawa-Glandorf Invita-
22 win over Evergreen on September tional with a time of 20:29. She fol-
22nd. lowed up that performance with a
2nd place spot in the Black Division
II race at the Liberty Center Widewa-
ter Invitational finishing in a time of
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The Benefits Of Hiring Professional Contractors Is It Time To Update Your
The DIY movement has inspired many to a particular one. Veteran contractors Home’s Electrical System?
homeowners to tackle home repair and can draw on years of experience to create
remodeling projects on their own. DIY designs that DIYers might be incapable The invisible systems in a home often PROFESSIONAL... When it comes time
projects can be rewarding, and many ho- of coming up with and/or incapable of are taken for granted. When such systems to update the electrical system, it is
meowners who have embraced the DIY seeing through to completion. are working as expected, daily life moves always best to work with licensed and
movement have discovered talents they along smoothly. However, when a system bonded electrician.
never before knew they had. COST goes awry, it can negatively impact rou- a safety measure to prevent the wire from
Conventional wisdom suggests it’s tines and may create a dangerous home becoming overheated and causing a fire.
But no matter how simple popular less expensive to do something your- environment. This is especially true when However, in some old systems, the circuit
home renovation television shows make self than to hire someone else to do it something goes wrong with a home’s elec- breaker will not trip, and this can be prob-
remodeling projects appear, homeown- for you, but that’s not necessarily true trical system. lematic.
ers should know that such undertakings of home improvement projects. Labor
are far more difficult than they appear costs typically account for a substan- Faulty wiring is a leading cause of resi- Rewiring a home is another step. Wire
on television. Homeowners who overes- tial amount of professionally contracted dential fires. Many homeowners, particu- insulation can deteriorate over time, and
timate their abilities and the time they projects, but homeowners can cut those larly those who live in older homes, might new wires may be needed. This can be
have to complete projects can cost them- costs by volunteering to do some of the be living in properties that have outdated messy and time-consuming, but it’s a
selves substantial amounts of money. In simpler tasks themselves. In addition, electrical systems. The experts at Lowes small price to pay for safety. When rewir-
fact, there are a variety of reasons hom- contractors often purchase materials at ProServices state that having old wiring ing an electrician also may suggest new
eowners might want to work with profes- a much lower cost than individual home- and/or insufficient amperage in a house outlets. Many home building codes now
sional contractors when tackling home owners because contractors buy in bulk. can endanger residents. It also may dam- require outlets with ground fault inter-
improvement projects. So while labor costs might be lower on age appliances and make it difficult to sell ruptors, or GFIs, in kitchens, bathrooms
DIY projects, the cost of materials can a property in the future. and other rooms exposed to moisture.
EXPERIENCE offset savings. Some older homes may not even have
A trial and error approach can work It can be difficult to gauge exactly when three-pronged outlets, so this will neces-
with various projects and problems. But RESALE VALUE to overhaul an electrical system. Unless sitate an update as well.
applying such an approach to home im- Many homeowners renovate their circuits routinely trip or lights often dim,
provement projects is risky and poten- homes with eyes on improving the resale homeowners may put off the work. But Electrical systems are the heart of a
tially dangerous, not to mention costly. value of those homes. But if homeown- degrading wires or overextended circuitry home, delivering power where it is need-
Experienced professional contractors ers want to showcase a newly remod- can pose a fire risk, so it is best to address ed. It is essential to keep such systems
with strong track records (seek recom- eled kitchen when selling their homes, electrical systems promptly. up-to-date so they can handle the power
mendations from friends or neighbors) they should be prepared for prospective demands of everyday life.
won’t have to go through trial and error buyers to ask who worked on the proj- Home inspections may uncover elec-
and are therefore more likely than DIYers ect. Fearing potential problems down the trical problems. Some homeowners may
to complete a project on time and budget. road, some buyers might be put off by discover potential trouble while making
homes that were remodeled by DIYers renovations that require opening up walls
INSPIRATION and not professional contractors. or tearing them down, exposing the wires.
One oft-overlooked benefit of work- Renovating a home on your own can Still other homeowners learn about elec-
ing with professional contractors is the be a rewarding project for homeowners. trical systems when they’re adding new,
likelihood that they can draw up ideas But it’s important that homeowners rec- large appliances or other gadgets that
for projects that homeowners might oth- ognize the many benefits of working with consume more power than existing items.
erwise never have thought up on their professional contractors before making These devices may continually cause pow-
own. Homeowners without specific ideas any final decisions with regard to who er outages in the house, such as tripping
in mind can ask contractors to come up will tackle their next project. the circuit breaker or popping a fuse.
with various scenarios before committing
Electricians likely will recommend up-
Make It A Green Winter With grading the electrical panel to bring more
These Energy-Saving Tips power from the utility poles into the home.
This can include replacing the existing
Conserving energy is a great way to outside the home, which can make it more meter and circuit breaker box to allow it
protect the planet and save money. While difficult to detect if cold air is entering to handle more power or replacing items
energy bills might be highest in summer the home. Look for gaps in the insulation that are obsolete or dangerous.
thanks to air conditioning units, certain around these areas, filling in those gaps as
factors around a house can make winter necessary. Many older homes are only capable of
more wasteful than it needs to be. handling a minimum number of amps,
• Inspect heating systems at the start utilizing just a few circuits. But nowa-
Energy bills are influenced by a variety of each new season. According to Energy- days, when homeowners have far more
of factors, including geography and how Star.gov, heating systems account for 29 electronics in their homes than they once
energy-efficient a home is. For example, percent of the average homeowner’s en- did, increased demand on electricity can
according to data from the U.S. Energy ergy expenditures. Inspect your heating overload a circuit (all of the outlets linked
Information Administration, the average or HVAC system before the start of winter, on one wire). Tripping a circuit breaker is
monthly utility bill in Connecticut in 2015 making sure all gas or oil connections are
was $153.13, while New Mexico residents operating properly. EnergyStar.gov notes
paid slightly more than half that amount that dirty burners and cracked heat ex-
($79.23) on average. Homeowners cannot changers can cause heating units to op-
control winter weather, however, there are erate less efficiently and may even pose a
other ways for homeowners to save money safety risk. Inspect the air filter of the heat-
throughout winter. ing system at least once per month. Dirty
filters cause the system to work harder to
• Address any leaks or drafts. Drafty keep a home warm, unnecessarily wasting
windows and doorways can make the air energy as a result.
inside homes feel warmer in the summer
and colder in the winter. As autumn weath- • Install a Wi-fi enabled programmable
er grows colder, homeowners can perform thermostat. Some programmable thermo-
simple inspections around windows and stats can be very difficult to use effectively,
doorways to determine if they have any making it far too difficult if not impossible
leaks. On a cold and/or windy day, place a for homeowners to set their thermostats
hand near all windows and doors to feel if for various temperatures in a single day,
there are any leaks. Use caulk or another ensuring homeowners are saving money
type of sealant to address leaks. and not wasting energy heating empty
homes.
• Inspect air vents, faucets and plumb-
ing fixtures. Air vents, faucets and plumb- Winter utility bills can be costly, but
ing fixtures attached to exterior walls homeowners can reduce their cold weather
should be inspected for leaks. Such in- energy consumption in various ways with-
spections might need to be conducted from out sacrificing comfort.

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