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MUNICIPALITIES Greenwich
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CLARKSFIELD - A rural Wakeman resident was arrested Thursday in connection with a botched theft that caused two fires earlier this week. William C. Stentz Jr., 28, of 5379 Zenobia Road, is expected to appear at a Norwalk Municipal Court bond hearing this morning after being charged with arson and breaking and entering. The charges are in connection with an incident early Tuesday morning near the Clarksfield Township hall.
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NORWALK - The following foreclosure cases recently went through Huron County Common Pleas Court: National City Bank, Miamisburg, vs. Laura Diamond Lady Jones, aka Laura D. Jones, 847 Meadow Lane, Norwalk; John Doe spouse of Laura Diamond Lady Jones, aka Laura D. Jones, 847 Meadow Lane, Norwalk; Laura D. Jones of the Laura D. Jones Revocable Living Trust, 847 Meadow Lane, Norwalk; Creditors: National City Bank, Cleveland; State of Ohio Department of Taxation in care of Marc Dunn, Attorney General of Ohio, Columbus; State Collection and Recovery, 272 Benedict Ave., Norwalk; Ford Motor Credit, Mesa, Ariz.; Treasurer of Huron County, 16 E. Main St., Norwalk; case dismissed with prejudice and costs paid.
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By MATTHEW ORTMAN I have been a Scout for seven years. Throughout these years, Scouting has given me opportunities that I would otherwise not get. The scouting program has allowed me to meet new people, taught me to respect nature, and taught me important skills in case of an emergency. I joined Scouts because I enjoyed the outdoors and I saw how much fun my brother was having. I couldn't wait to join as a Tiger cub, and when I did, it was everything and more that I thought it would be. When I think about all of the things that Scouting has taught me, the list is endless. In cub scouts I learned about the basics of scouts and what it meant to be a Scout. Throughout this time I made friends and learned about things that happened in the community while earning badges as I advanced in rank. As I advanced through cub scouts, I grew as an individual.
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By ZACH MEYERS My name is Zach Meyers, and I am a Boy Scout. I am a member of Troop Eight and of the Cobra Patrol. My fellow members are Dalton Schenk, the patrol leader, Benjamin Heckathorn, the assistant patrol leader, and Kenny Martin. My Scoutmaster is Greg Schultz. In Scouting you have to memorize an Oath "On my honor, I will do my best, to do my duty, to God and my country; and to obey the Scout Law; to help other people at all times and to keep myself physically strong mentally awake and morally straight." Scouts must live that oath everyday. Scouting is more than just camping and hiking. It is about making boys into men. The Scout Law, mentioned in the Scout oath goes, A Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent. Scoutmasters assure their Scouts that if they live by the Scout Oath and Law they will never be in prison.
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VERMILION Police suspect alcohol and speed were contributing factors in a U.S. 6 crash that killed a Wakeman man early Thursday morning. Samuel H. Markman, 60, of 13901 Garfield Road, died after the crash reported at 1:58 a.m. on Liberty Avenue near the Overlook Drive intersection. There were no passengers.
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NORWALK - The following cases recently went through Huron County Common Pleas Court: Divorces
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By BENJAMIN HECKATHORN What I think of Scouting to me means that I can use useful skills now that I want to learn. It's really exiting and it's changed my view on things. I love going to campouts and showing off my fire building. It's a lot of fun and I want to help out when I can't earn any more badges. It's a lot of fun and I would encourage anyone that wants to give it a try to take a whack at it. Time is too important to waste so I'm learning new skills that will help in the future. I've been in Scouting six years. My best friends Kenny Martin, Zach Meyers, and Dalton Schenk have been in Scouting with each other for all the time in Scouting. We've all gotten our arrow of lights Cub Scouts highest award. We were in Troop 44 until we started Boy Scouts. It's a lot of fun and I like Troop 8. We've done everything together. The only bad thing is when the Senior Patrol Leader Andy eats. Lets just say he gets gassy. I love campouts. They are the most fun part of scouting. We go to almost all campouts that are offered. Our troop leader Mr. Schultz is a cool dude. (If you're reading this Mr. Schultz I was kidding!!!!!!) We usually have a lot of fun It's relay cool most of the stuff we do.
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mlboose@norwalkreflector.com Dominic Dellisanti had only one request for the teacher in his food basics class at St. Paul High "Let me make my aunt's cheeseburger soup." Now the recipe has a new name Dominic and Aunt Renee's Cheeseburger Soup. The recipe was as bit a hit in the class as it is in the Dellisanti home.
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SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Their goal was an honor code that discouraged cheating and plagiarizing. However, the wording in a draft by students at the University of Texas at San Antonio appears to match another school's code - without proper attribution.
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Results from the March primary are official. The Huron County Board of Elections voted unanimously Friday to certify the ballot.
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WICHITA, Kan. - A woman who may have spent nearly two years in a bathroom, sitting on the toilet so long that the seat adhered to sores on her body, remains hospitalized and in pain from medical procedures, family members said Wednesday. Pam Babcock, 35, was found stuck to the toilet in late February after her boyfriend, Kory McFarren, 37, called authorities to say something was wrong with her. Police believe she sat on the toilet for about a month.
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Special honors were handed out Thursday night at the annual Norwalk-Huron County Camber of Commerce annual banquet. The event celebrated the 100th anniversary of the organization.
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March 28, 1960 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 48 years ago:
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MARCH 31, 1960 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 48 years ago:
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MARCH 26, 1912 The top stories in The Daily Reflector on this date 96 years ago:
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Phil Dirt and the Dozers are returning to Norwalk. The musical group will perform at 7:30 p.m. April 19 at the Ernsthausen Performing Arts Center as the first of a series of fundraisers Senior Enrichment Services will hold.
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New York, Chicago, Washington, D.C. all are destinations for area students this spring as they learn to combine their education with experiences very different from what they see at home. Lura Magi, art teacher at Norwalk High School, said the spring break trip her Art Club students are on now is a "cultural arts tour to capture the flavor of Chicago" that will have it all art, music, drama, dining and fun. The group left today and returns Saturday. They will see more than just art museums since Magi plans to steep them in the culture and history of the city. The group of 41 students and 13 chaperones are seeing the traditional art objectives Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago Cultural Center and the Museum of Contemporary Art but their trip also includes an architectural tour of Chicago and a visit to the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio.
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"One thing we seem to get mostly right in our country is freedom of religion and the practice thereof,' reported CCC's philosopher who is often handy with the day's first thought. "Most of us can recall stories of prisoners suing their government because while incarcerated, they aren't getting some special adjustment such as food or clothing which their religion requires.' "Some of us also get a little bent about certain holidays if we direct a common greeting like ‘Merry Christmas' toward folks of certain faiths who prefer other greetings or perhaps, none at all,' responded the historian.
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A major records preservation project is underway in Huron County. At least, I feel it is major since I instigated it and have been the "chief cook and bottle washer' in seeing it carried out in cooperation with Huron County Probate Judge Timothy Cardwell. For more than 30 years I have been aware that more than 900 very early probate estate files existed in Huron County. The earliest date from 1815 when our county's legal system began functioning independently. Before that year our county was attached to Cuyahoga for legal purposes.
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AMBOY, Wash. - A tattered, half-buried parachute unearthed by kids had D.B. Cooper country chattering Wednesday over the fate of the skyjacker, who leapt from a plane 36 years ago and into the lore of the Pacific Northwest. While the FBI investigates whether the fabric came from the world's only unsolved skyjacking, the discovery re-energized a legend in the southwestern Washington woods where Cooper may have landed, and where time has helped turn him into a folk hero.