6:43 AM Jul 26, 2010
Could Tiger Woods have puttered around with sex and drugs? One of the golf titan's alleged mistresses has reportedly leaked tales of romps with Tiger while in an Ambien haze, according to Radar Online.
6:43 AM Jul 26, 2010
St. Paul took a 10-7 lead into the locker room at halftime of their Div. VI state championship game against Delphos St. John's today at Paul E. Brown Tiger Stadium in Massillon. Flyers senior quarterback Eric Schwieterman ran for a 73-yard touchdown on a third-and-long play, accounting for the only score of the first quarter.
6:43 AM Jul 26, 2010
SANDUSKY - A Norwalk boy and two Sandusky boys denied more than 60 vandalism-related charges Wednesday in Erie County Juvenile Court. Erie County Assistant Prosecutor Cheryl Goodrum, who handles juvenile cases, has said there were about 60 victims in the vandalism spree in the early morning hours of Nov. 5.
6:43 AM Jul 26, 2010
MILWAUKEE (MCT) - There's nothing like lifting a 750-pound motorcycle to set a woman's heart aflutter. It takes more skill than strength, and it's one of the tricks taught at Harley-Davidson "garage parties,' where women learn the nuts and bolts of motorcycles and are inspired to become riders.
6:43 AM Jul 26, 2010
As long as things go as planned, the Huron County commissioners want to have the 2010 interim budget passed by Dec. 17. They then can put the finishing touches on the final budget, which needs adopted by March 31.
6:42 AM Jul 26, 2010
St. Paul senior quarterback Eric Schwieterman's 1-yard run with five seconds left capped a 98-yard drive as St. Paul defeated Delphos St. John's 24-21 in a Div. VI championship game against Delphos St. John's today at Paul E. Brown Tiger Stadium in Massillon. This is the first football state title in school history.
6:42 AM Jul 26, 2010
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6:42 AM Jul 26, 2010
The Norwalk Township trustee race is final after Thursday's board of elections recount. After the recount, John Riley had 490 votes, Rich Marett 468 votes and Robin Schaffer 465 votes.
6:42 AM Jul 26, 2010
Fashion Bug in Norwalk is closing. Assistant manager Mollie Cassidy said Tuesday the store, located near Walmart, would close in January.
6:42 AM Jul 26, 2010
"The three most important things in Ohio are jobs, jobs and jobs" Gov. James Rhodes I have heard this quote, attributed to our former governor, paraphrased several times recently. Rhodes may have his detractors, but you can't argue with his logic: in 1967, during his first term, the unemployment rate in Ohio was 3 percent after $2.1 billion in new industry was brought into the state the previous year. Those of us old enough to remember those days may have forgotten that this was before Ohio had a personal or corporate income tax. And it was before Ohio began its fetid attempts to rival the federal government by building a massive and costly state bureaucracy. And what is Gov. Stickland's proffered solution for double-digit Buckeye unemployment? Get everybody to stay in Ohio and spend their money by gambling it on slot machines and casinos.
6:42 AM Jul 26, 2010
It was a lot of work, but the end results were well worth it for Danielle and Denny Smith. Longtime wine lovers, the two decided to start their own winery and months of hard work paid off as the two officially opened D&D Smith Winery LLC with a semi-private party Saturday night. Along with their friends, the Smiths welcomed local residents who were part of Sunday's home tour in town.
6:42 AM Jul 26, 2010
It appears Norwalk city council might revisit the topic of longevity pay. This past Tuesday, legislation about longevity pay died on the council floor due to lack of a second.
6:42 AM Jul 26, 2010
WAKEMAN - A visit from Toledo Diocese Bishop Leonard Blair to St. Mary's Catholic Church in Wakeman will mark the end of an eight-month long renovation project. The project is the church's first in its 138-year history, Pastoral Leader Sister Carroll Schemenauer, S.N.D., said.
6:42 AM Jul 26, 2010
St. Paul battles Delphos St. John's today in the state title game for Div. VI high school football at Paul E. Brown Tiger Stadium in Massillon. (NOTE - Check back on this Web site for updates throughout the game, and a recap afterward.)
6:42 AM Jul 26, 2010
Huron County Sheriff Dane Howard and Maj. Greg Englund met with commissioners Tuesday about what to do with the metal detector at the courthouse. Howard said he would sign an agreement regarding the machine, but said he needs a resolution from the board stating the board will pay any bills involving the machine and any training required for deputies.
6:42 AM Jul 26, 2010
Norwalk lost a friend Sunday when George "Ike" Liedorff died. He was 91. Liedorff was probably best known locally for his work with Lefty Grove baseball.
6:42 AM Jul 26, 2010
Neil Lydy saw a school bus pass his house and children walk to school the day after he retired from Willard City Schools after 35 years. That's when it hit him: His career as an educator, one that he enjoyed immensely, was really over. And for the next two months, as much as he'd desire to go to work, he couldn't: The state retirement board requires retired principals to remove themselves from the school setting for two months.
6:42 AM Jul 26, 2010
Norwalk Mayor Sue Lesch was not a happy camper after Tuesday night's Norwalk city council meeting. After spending months working on the 2010 budget, a key component never saw the light of day Tuesday in what some council members said was the "weirdest" council moment in years.
6:42 AM Jul 26, 2010
A Norwalk man currently is in custody at the Huron County Jail in connection with inappropriately touching a 15-year-old girl and making sexual comments to the victim and her friend Tuesday. Corey S. Thornton, 25, of 47 Cline St., is accused making a pass at the two girls, 15 and 16, and putting his hands on them, Norwalk Police Chief Dave Light said. The girls reported "an unknown male subject would not leave them alone" while they were on Cline Street and followed them to the northside Burger King, police said.
6:41 AM Jul 26, 2010
MILAN TWP. - House fire victim Benjamin Elfers is grateful for a working smoke alarm. "Without a smoke alarm, I probably wouldn't have my wife," he said.
6:41 AM Jul 26, 2010
Huron and Erie county residents haven't seen ice or any of the white stuff so far. But, the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) is targeting bridges and overpasses to keep them free of frost and black ice as temperatures drop across the state. "Safety experts at ODOT warn that because bridges and overpasses are up in the air away from warm ground surfaces, they freeze first. ODOT crews use calibrated salt spreaders; they are on every ODOT snowplow," ODOT spokesman Brian Stacey said. "This technology allows crews to adjust the types of ice-melting materials required for each particular situation and the most effective application rates for particular temperature ranges, roadway types and weather condition," he said.