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Harter and Schier Funeral Home

209 West 3rd Street
Delphos, OH 45833
(419) 692-8055
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Window to the Past — Woolworth leases Herrick building - Delphos Herald

Monday, August 29, 2016

Efforts were made Tuesday to get in touch with Mr. Herrick to verify the report, but he could not be found at the time of going to press.Delphos Herald, Sept. 28, 1915——————Pay Off Last of School HousesMembers of the Marian Township Board of Education at their regular meeting Saturday afternoon were to have paid off the remaining portion of the debt incurred in erecting two new school houses this year in Districts Nos. 2 and 10. The total cost of the structures was $4,51 and all but $1,051 had been paid Contractor J.W. Rozelle up to this time. The new building in District No. 10 was erected to take the place of the brick structure that stood for many years on the Lamel Back site. The frame building that occupied this site was moved to the east end of the district and the new building erected in the west end.Delphos Herald, Sept. 23, 1915——————Return From Pilgrimage To Maria SteinW.H. Welly, of the local firm of Harter & Welly, and Ralph Helmkamp, returned Wednesday afternoon from a pilgrimage to Mari Stein shrine at Frank, Ohio. Services were held at the shrine Sunday, with Bishop Schrembs, of the diocese of Toledo, as the principal figure. More than 10,000 persons were present.Delphos Herald, Sept. 23, 1915——————Sells 43 Acre FarmChas. Rahrig, a local grocer, has purchased through th...

Three charged in murder of former coal executive - WSAZ-TV

Monday, June 13, 2016

Wednesday evening, he was charged with Hatfield's murder.The passenger in the vehicle, the woman who said she had been kidnapped, was identified as Angela Marcum, 43, of Delphos, Ohio. Her son, Anthony Arriaga, 20, of Gibsonburg, Ohio, has also been arrested and charged with the murder. State Police say he confessed to the crime.Investigators say Arriaga and Fitzpatrick were dealing drugs in Mingo County and ran out of money. They say the two men decided to rob someone, and found Hatfield in the cemetery. State Police say Hatfield was in the wrong place at the wrong time..Ricky Peterson is charged with conspiracy in the case. Investigators say they got a tip that Arriaga visited Peterson after the murder. They say Peterson initially told them he had made no contact with Arriaga and had no knowledge of the murder or the suspect.However, according to the criminal complaint, two other people who live in the home told investigators Arriaga was at the home and told Peterson about the murder.Arriaga's mom is facing a drug charge and is also charged with falsely reporting a kidnapping. She is not charged in connection with Hatfield's murder.Arriaga was brought back to West Virginia on Wednesday and is being held at the Southwestern Regional Jail.Peterson is being held in the Western Regional Jail.Fitzpatrick is in the Kenton County Jail in Kentucky. An extradition hearing is expected to happen Thursday.UPDATE 5/25/16 @ 6:20 p.m.MINGO COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Anthony Arriaga confessed to the murder of former coal executive Ben Hatfield, according to West Virginia State Police.Troopers do not believe revenge was a motive. They say it was simply a robbery and Hatfield was in the wrong place at the wrong time.West Viginia State Police are serving a warrant charging Brandon Fitzpatrick with conspiring to murder Ben Hatfield.West Virginia State Police tell WSAZ that Brandon Fitzpatrick, 20, of Louisa, Kentucky, was arrested during a traffic stop Wednesday in Elsmere, Kentucky. Elsmere is in Kenton County.According to State Police, Arriaga and Fitzpatrick were in the Mingo County area dealing drugs when they ran out of money and decided to find someone to rob for their cash.According to State Police, the men saw Ben Hatf...

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Window to the Past — Woolworth leases Herrick building - Delphos Herald

Monday, August 29, 2016

Efforts were made Tuesday to get in touch with Mr. Herrick to verify the report, but he could not be found at the time of going to press.Delphos Herald, Sept. 28, 1915——————Pay Off Last of School HousesMembers of the Marian Township Board of Education at their regular meeting Saturday afternoon were to have paid off the remaining portion of the debt incurred in erecting two new school houses this year in Districts Nos. 2 and 10. The total cost of the structures was $4,51 and all but $1,051 had been paid Contractor J.W. Rozelle up to this time. The new building in District No. 10 was erected to take the place of the brick structure that stood for many years on the Lamel Back site. The frame building that occupied this site was moved to the east end of the district and the new building erected in the west end.Delphos Herald, Sept. 23, 1915——————Return From Pilgrimage To Maria SteinW.H. Welly, of the local firm of Harter & Welly, and Ralph Helmkamp, returned Wednesday afternoon from a pilgrimage to Mari Stein shrine at Frank, Ohio. Services were held at the shrine Sunday, with Bishop Schrembs, of the diocese of Toledo, as the principal figure. More than 10,000 persons were present.Delphos Herald, Sept. 23, 1915——————Sells 43 Acre FarmChas. Rahrig, a local grocer, has purchased through th...

Three charged in murder of former coal executive - WSAZ-TV

Monday, June 13, 2016

Wednesday evening, he was charged with Hatfield's murder.The passenger in the vehicle, the woman who said she had been kidnapped, was identified as Angela Marcum, 43, of Delphos, Ohio. Her son, Anthony Arriaga, 20, of Gibsonburg, Ohio, has also been arrested and charged with the murder. State Police say he confessed to the crime.Investigators say Arriaga and Fitzpatrick were dealing drugs in Mingo County and ran out of money. They say the two men decided to rob someone, and found Hatfield in the cemetery. State Police say Hatfield was in the wrong place at the wrong time..Ricky Peterson is charged with conspiracy in the case. Investigators say they got a tip that Arriaga visited Peterson after the murder. They say Peterson initially told them he had made no contact with Arriaga and had no knowledge of the murder or the suspect.However, according to the criminal complaint, two other people who live in the home told investigators Arriaga was at the home and told Peterson about the murder.Arriaga's mom is facing a drug charge and is also charged with falsely reporting a kidnapping. She is not charged in connection with Hatfield's murder.Arriaga was brought back to West Virginia on Wednesday and is being held at the Southwestern Regional Jail.Peterson is being held in the Western Regional Jail.Fitzpatrick is in the Kenton County Jail in Kentucky. An extradition hearing is expected to happen Thursday.UPDATE 5/25/16 @ 6:20 p.m.MINGO COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Anthony Arriaga confessed to the murder of former coal executive Ben Hatfield, according to West Virginia State Police.Troopers do not believe revenge was a motive. They say it was simply a robbery and Hatfield was in the wrong place at the wrong time.West Viginia State Police are serving a warrant charging Brandon Fitzpatrick with conspiring to murder Ben Hatfield.West Virginia State Police tell WSAZ that Brandon Fitzpatrick, 20, of Louisa, Kentucky, was arrested during a traffic stop Wednesday in Elsmere, Kentucky. Elsmere is in Kenton County.According to State Police, Arriaga and Fitzpatrick were in the Mingo County area dealing drugs when they ran out of money and decided to find someone to rob for their cash.According to State Police, the men saw Ben Hatf...