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A Greenwich man was seriously injured this morning following a crash on Ohio 162. Will J. Hamilton, 20, of 2180 Greenwich-Milan Townline Road, Greenwich, was traveling west at 1:45 a.m. today on Ohio 162 when he lost control of the vehicle, went off the left side of the roadway, struck a driveway edge, drain culvert and tree. His vehicle then overturned several times and entered a fenced field, troopers from the Norwalk post of the state Highway Patrol reported.
6:57 AM Jul 26, 2010
In these tough economic times, it can be beneficial to work together. This idea evidently crossed the minds of the commissioners in both Huron and Erie counties, as the two are currently wrapping up an agreement to have Huron County's trash taken to the Erie County landfill.
6:56 AM Jul 26, 2010
Four up. Four down. Monroeville's wrestling quartet of Hunter Stieber, Logan Stieber, Cam Tessari and Chris Phillips each won their weight class in the Division III portion of the state wrestling tournament in early March.
6:56 AM Jul 26, 2010
If anybody doubts Mark Straka's dedication to his work, all the young Norwalk man has to do is mention the names Ernie Strow and Mary Hornsby. They are the namesakes behind two awards that recognize outstanding work in and outside of Christie Lane.
6:56 AM Jul 26, 2010
By MAUREEN RYAN Chicago Tribune (MCT) There's no way to list every show or development that altered television in the last decade. But the influence of certain technologies and programs transformed what we saw on our screens in the last 10 years.
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By Madeleine Marr McClatchy Newspapers (MCT) Tiger Woods' loss is Perez Hilton's gain.
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Manufacturer MedImmune, LLC announced a voluntary recall of 13 lots of live, intranasal H1N1 vaccine recently, but not because of safety concerns. The affected lots were prefilled doses formulated for intranasal administration to persons aged 24 months to 49 years old. The recall happened after market testing done by MedImmune indicated that the strength of the vaccine had dropped since its production. The CDC and FDA have determined that the vaccine was safe and posed no health threat for the persons who received those lots. The Huron County General Health District gave one of the recalled lots of H1N1 vaccine. "What the recall means," explained Chris Cherry, Director of Nursing, "is that sometime between the release of the vaccine and yesterday, the antigens, or the part of the vaccine that causes a person to develop immunity, fell below the preferred level for vaccine effectiveness. However, the lot number of the vaccine that was given by the Huron County General Health District is being recalled because it may lose its effectiveness before the expiration date, but it hasn't yet."
6:56 AM Jul 26, 2010
NEW LONDON - The New London board of education accepted the resignation of Elementary Principal Laura Dowdell Monday and appointed Susan Kohler to replace her. Dowdell, who is in her fifth year as principal, has accepted the position of adult career center supervisor at Lorain County Joint Vocational School.
6:56 AM Jul 26, 2010
Editor's note: This is the second in a series of stories counting down the top 10 local stories for 2009. The series will conclude with Jan. 2 with the top story of the year. Megan Lillo and Kurtis DeWitt may be remembered as Norwalk's version of Bonnie and Clyde.
6:56 AM Jul 26, 2010
It's holiday break time for Norwalk city council. When council reconvenes on Jan. 4 for the reorganizational meeting, it will have a different look.
6:56 AM Jul 26, 2010
akrause@norwalkreflector.com If anybody doubts Mark Straka's dedication to his work, all the young Norwalk man has to do is mention the names Ernie Strow and Mary Hornsby. They are the namesakes behind two awards that recognize outstanding work in and outside of Christie Lane. Straka has earned both.
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Editor's note: This is the second in a series of stories counting down the top 10 local stories for 2009. The series will conclude with Jan. 2 with the top story of the year. By CARY ASHBY Reflector Staff Writer cashby@norwalkreflector.com
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Editor's note: This is the third in a series of stories counting down the top 10 local stories for 2009. The series will conclude Jan. 2 with the top story of the year. People donned masks this year as the threat of a strain of influenza known as H1N1, sometimes called the "Swine Flu," spread throughout the world. The H1N1 virus was first detected in people in the United States in April. On June 11, the World Health Organization signaled that a pandemic of 2009 H1N1 flu was underway. This virus was originally called "swine flu" since laboratory testing showed that many of the genes in this new virus were very similar to influenza viruses that normally occur in pigs (swine) in North America. But researches found this new virus is very different from what normally circulates in North American pigs.
6:56 AM Jul 26, 2010
news@norwalkreflector.com NEW LONDON The New London board of education accepted the resignation of Elementary Principal Laura Dowdell Monday and appointed Susan Kohler to replace her. Dowdell, who is in her fifth year as principal, has accepted the position of adult career center supervisor at Lorain County Joint Vocational School. She thanked the board members for their cooperation and said, "I can't say enough about the supportive community, and I will very much miss the students and the staff."
6:56 AM Jul 26, 2010
sseitz@norwalkreflector.com It's holiday break time for Norwalk city council. When council reconvenes on Jan. 4 for the reorganizational meeting, it will have a different look. Councilman Skip Wilde attended his final meeting on Dec. 15 as did safety-service director Dale Sheppard.
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akrause@norwalkreflector.com WILLARD Residents can kick away the winter blues by thinking ahead to spring, which is when city manager Brian Humphress hopes the city's planned soccer complex will be ready. Humphress said the city is about $13,000 short of raising the necessary funds to pay for the complex. It will be located at the corner of Townline Road 12 and Keefer Street, on roughly 10 acres of previous farmland. The city is not using any of its money to pay for the field. Rather, $100,000 came from grants and the other $77,000 came from donations. So far, about $177,600 has been raised toward the effort.
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Editor's note: This is the first in a series of stories counting down the top 10 local stories for 2009. The series will conclude with Jan. 2 with the top story of the year.
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SHILOH - It was a tragic start to the holiday break for everyone at Plymouth High School. Seventeen-year-old student Abigail Finnegan was killed Saturday morning in northern Richland County when the pickup she was driving collided with a Shiloh fire truck.
6:55 AM Jul 26, 2010
Brenda Robertson feels she lost her daughter for many years. During that time, Anna Robertson hung out with the wrong crowd.
6:55 AM Jul 26, 2010
Dec. 23, 1914 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 95 years ago: New clock now tolls off hours The fine Christmas present for the people of Norwalk and everybody who visits the county seat is the new town clock, the hands of which began marking regular trips around the dial about noon today. The clock struck at twelve and has been tolling off the hours regularly ever since.
6:55 AM Jul 26, 2010
Officers from the Norwalk police department responded to a burglar alarm at a North Pleasant Street business at 2:48 a.m. Sunday. A window was discovered broken where entry was gained, Sgt. Jim Fulton called for Det. Dave McDonough to process the scene. Officers James Montana and K-9 officer Tim Skinner along with K-9 Viper, tracked the suspects from the North Pleasant Street address through back yards on Newton, Baker, West League, Read, Ohio and Ford streets and then finally to a residence on State Street where two suspects were taken into custody. The suspects were 19-year-old Joseph Chaffee and 21-year-old Keith Bores, who were taken to the Huron County Jail to await formal charges in connection with the breaking and entering. An undetermined amount of money was taken, some of which was recovered.