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HIGHWAY PATROL n No citation was issued Wednesday after an object fell off a northbound commercial vehicle Wednesday and hit the windshield of Donna S. Reed, 42, of Shiloh, who was heading the opposite direction on Ohio 61.
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You probably saw where the famous chess player Bobby Fischer died last month. What an eccentric guy.
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Toast the Fab Four of the Monroeville High School wrestling team Hunter and Logan Stieber, Cam Tessari and Chris Phillips who all won state wrestling titles over the weekend. And toast all of 11 local wrestlers who made it to Columbus and competed in the state tournament. Toast all the snowplow drivers out there city, state, county, township and the private operators who have worked many hard, long hours keeping the roads clear so we can all motor our way to many places in our busy lives. It's a thankless job and it's hard to imagine anyone giving up a warm cozy house on a cold winter night or early-early morning to push snow or spread salt. They may all get paid, some working overtime hours, but winter is almost over (we hope) and they deserve our gratitude for what they do.
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The Norwalk Police Department will be hosting a Citizen's Police Academy, beginning March 26 and concluding May 28. The 10-week program will meet from 6 through 9 p.m. every Wednesday at the police department training room. "Our goal is to form a partnership with the community by increasing the understanding between citizens and police officers. We will focus on 17 different areas of law enforcement which will include active involvement and participation with the students," Capt. Dave Light said in a prepared statement.
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The Norwalk Area United Fund began more than 130 years ago as the Ladies Union Aid Society to "help the poor to help themselves" and "to help those who cannot help themselves." The organization thrives today with a much broader mission. Now the United Fund helps thousands of people each year through 32 organizations that provide medical, social, youth and community outreach programs. All money raised in Huron County is spent on local programs.
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The unusually long march toward a Democratic presidential nominee continued today as Hillary Rodham Clinton looked to avoid her 12th consecutive loss to Barack Obama and Ohio elections officials prepared for potential record-breaking participation. Primary election polls opened at 6:30 a.m. amid forecasts for freezing rain in Cleveland, where U.S. Rep. Dennis Kucinich faced a challenge to continue his 12-year tenure in the House tenure in his solidly Democratic district. Other primaries stood to help determine whether Republicans would keep their 11-to-7 advantage in the state's U.S. House delegation.
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If the number of absentee ballots cast is any indication, voter turnout will be high in Huron County for Tuesday's primary. "We had 450 absentee ballots cast in 2006," said Sharon Locke, deputy director. "We've got over 1,300 absentee ballots this year. That is usually a strong predictor of turnout."
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MARCH 3, 1933 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 75 years ago:
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CLEVELAND - No one is quite like Ace Frehley.
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WILLARD POLICE The Willard Police Department blotter covering Feb. 18 through 24 had the following highlights:
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NORWALK The following people recently were convicted of drunken driving in Norwalk Municipal Court: John J. DeJesus, 28, 49 E. Elm St., Norwalk. Violation date: Nov. 11, 2007. Conviction date: Feb. 22. Sentence: $600 fine, $120 costs, six-month license suspension and three days in jail; credited with $250 and three days in jail time upon completion of alcohol intervention program (AIP); defendant shall have limited driving only on proof of insurance and occupation from Feb. 22 to May 11.
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MUNICIPALITIES Bellevue
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NORWALK The following people were recently convicted of crimes in Norwalk Municipal Court, Judge John Ridge presiding: Ashley E. Carrick, 19, 24 Bank St., Apt. B, Norwalk; dog at large; conviction date: Feb. 15; fine, $150; costs, $102; jail, 90 days, 90 days suspended; defendant shall have two years probation; defendant shall have two years no convictions; defendant shall provide proof within 14 days that the dog in this incident has been euthanized or the defendant has $100,000 liability insurance covering the dog and a locked pen.
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Dr. Robert C. Gill, a Norwalk native, received a Silver Star for courageous service in a front line medical unit in World War I. His diary of these experiences will be the basis of a talk at Firelands Historical Society at 7 p.m. March 19 by Matt Burr, president and military curator of Firelands Museum. The program will be in the society's meeting room at 9 Case Ave., Norwalk. It is free to members and $2 to guests.
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COLUMBUS The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) reminds customers that the moratorium on electric and natural gas disconnections expires on March 18. Once the moratorium expires, regulated electric and natural gas companies will proceed with billing and disconnection procedures as outlined in PUCO rules. Customers who have received a notice of disconnection from their electric or natural gas utility company prior to March 18 may have their service disconnected beginning March 19. The PUCO encourages customers who have fallen behind on their electric or natural gas bills to make arrangements to pay the amount in default to the utility company before the moratorium expires.
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Twilight Gardens We have been practicing for our spring bell choir program and we are getting it down pretty good. The more practice the better. With the popcorn flying and Dale Figley laughing I don't know what was funnier! Everyone had a real nice time watching the movie 27 Dresses. Even the activities girls were laughing so hard that their mascara was running down their face! We had a huge turnout of residents and visitors who attended bingo last week. Zella won the special game where you had to have two bingos on you card to win. Dorothy Colish, Zella Kohler, Flora Perry, Lillian Cesa and Gloria Beck all won two times. Everyone had fun picking out his or her favorite snack or knickknacks off the cart.
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1 tbs. butter 10 pieces white bread 6 eggs 1/3 cup milk
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akrause@norwalkreflector.com Making 16 cakes in one night can seem overwhelming, if not impossible even with two people working. But 17-year-old Shaynna Coe was just doing something she loves. The Western Reserve student hopes to own a wedding cake shop. Toward that end, she wants to attend the Art Institute of Charleston to study baking and pastry.
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SHELBY - The 1-mill levy for Pioneer Joint Vocational School on Tuesday's ballot will allow the school to get $19 million from the state school building fund for construction and renovations. Superintendent Glenna Cannon said she wants voters in the Willard and Plymouth-Shiloh school districts to understand the vocational school has already rolled back existing taxes from 4.7 mills to 2.02 mills. She explained that 4.7 mills have been approved by voters, but the school only collects 2.02 mills of that amount.
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A Huron County grand jury indicted Milan teenager Friday in connection with an altercation with Norwalk employees after attempting to steal a bottle of alcohol last month. Several Whittlesey Avenue business employees stopped Justin D. Owens, 19, of 13805 Riley Road, when he left the store Feb. 15 with a bottle of Jack Daniels, Huron County Assistant Prosecutor Richard Woodruff said.
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COLLINS - The five members of the Western Reserve Board of Education unanimously passed a resolution late Wednesday afternoon suspending Superintendent Doug Solet as of 12:01 a.m. today "without pay or benefits.' They then authorized the county superintendent to act as district superintendent until March 3, when Mark Gagyi will take over the job temporarily.