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WILLARD - Two house fires that happened on the same day last week remain under investigation by the Willard Fire Department. The first blaze, at 3668 May Road, was reported at 3:28 a.m. Thursday. Firefighters were called to the second incident, at 5905 Townline Road 12, at 5:37 a.m. Assistant fire chief Joe Reiderman declined to say if the two fires were connected or if arson is suspected.
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By AARON KRAUSE Reflector Staff Writer akrause@norwalkreflector.com They share not only a common language, but the love of a sport: soccer or, as it known outside the U.S., futbol.
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MAY 15, 1937 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 71 years ago: NHS places eighth in state tests
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HIGHWAY PATROL Laurie S. McKenzie, 40, of 3889 Ohio 603, Plymouth, hit a deer Friday on Baseline Road.
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MONROEVILLE - Authorities have a "laundry basket" full of paperwork in the case against the Monroeville Parent Council president accused of misappropriating funds. Tamera A. Kamann, 39, of 3120 Fern Road, Willard, is accused of writing several checks worth $500 to $800 on a $2,500 council loan and then using them for a vacation. Two counts of forgery and one theft charge were transferred from Norwalk Municipal Court to Huron County Common Pleas Court on April 15.
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Huron County Prosecutor Russell Leffler's biggest concern about ex-Attorney General Marc Dann's scandal-plagued office is if it will negatively impact the state investigating agency. Leffler said he wants the morale at the Ohio Bureau of Identification & Investigation (BCI&I) to be good. The prosecutor doesn't want to see the controversy surrounding Dann to "trickle" down to BCI&I. Agents process crime scenes for Huron County law enforcement officials and testify about findings they made after analyzing the evidence.
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Shaken baby suspect Jeffrey A. Resor is taking his case to trial. Defense attorney K. Ronald Bailey said he and his client turned down a plea deal that had been on the table for several months. Resor's deadline to enter a guilty plea was Thursday.
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Frequently Asked Questions Bellevue Area Ground Water Flood: My Water Well
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Someone asked Sam Giallombardo his age. Sixty-four, he replied.
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Frequently Asked Questions Mosquitoes, mosquito repellents and flooding
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Frequently Asked Questions Damp indoor environments health symptoms and clean-up
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Frequently Asked Questions Disinfection flooded drinking water wells
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Frequently Asked Questions Bellevue Area Ground Water Flood: My Septic System
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Five thousand donated glasses are headed to Nicaragua today, earmarked for people who cannot afford them or other basic necessities. Norwalk Lions Club members, optometrists, optometry students from Canada and volunteers are taking the glasses on a mission trip organized by Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity (VOSH). In all, 23 people are going. They are donating their time and paying their own travel and living expenses.
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A total of 36 patrons have tested positive for salmonella connected to an outbreak at Casa Fiesta, the Huron County General Health District announced Friday. "We do not suspect that the salmonella is circulating in the food supply because no other local or statewide restaurants are suspected as a source," Huron County Health Commissioner Tim Hollinger said in a prepared statement after his department received results of a related laboratory analysis. "When a food supplier is the source of an outbreak, we typically see people who have eaten at various restaurants statewide." In addition to the 36 patrons, another 28 customers reported salmonella symptoms, but they chose not to be tested. Two of the patrons with symptoms tested negative for salmonella. Five Casa Fiesta employees have tested positive for salmonella; 18 other employees at the Milan Avenue restaurant have tested negative.
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Jeff and Amy Van Natta celebrated their 25th anniversary in a big way they traveled to Amy's homeland of the Philippines to reaffirm their wedding vows and saw the beach house they've had built as a retirement home for the first time. The couple met when Jeff, who grew up on Catawba Island, was stationed in the Philippines for a year while the submarine he served on, the Darter SS576 , was in dry dock there. When he found out he was headed to Japan for his next assignment, the couple got married by a judge.
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MAY 16, 1937 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 71 years ago: Jack Godfrey buys 2 story Osborn building Jack Godfrey of 40 State St., proprietor of a dry cleaning establishment on Benedict Ave. near Seminary St., has bought the two story brick block at 42 and 44 Benedict Ave. from Mrs. Lillian Osborn. He will move his establishment to No. 44 Benedict, now occupied by the Furniture Exchange. C.H. Heller will move his barber shop from Room 42 in the newly purchased building to the location to be vacated about June 1 by Godrey.
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Once again, the Huron County Fair Board has lured rising stars to the county fair - this year Luke Bryan and Lady Antebellum will perform on Monday, August 11. Luke Bryan, whose 2007 single "All My Friends Say,' brought him to the forefront of the country music scene, will headline the Huron County Fair concert.