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n Northside Country Kids The club met July 1 at St. Alphonsus Church. Members painted clover-shaped yard signs. Gavin Blanton and Simon Gravelle shared their experiences at Cloverbud Camp. Members also worked on the club quilting project.
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JULY 23, 1950 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 57 years ago:
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WAKEMAN - Members and friends of the Wakeman Congregational Church will celebrate Sunday's worship service at 10:30 a.m. at historic Lyme Village at 5001 Ohio 4 near Bellevue. Carpooling is encouraged and rides will be available to all who do not have transportation by calling Bernie Wolfe at (440) 839-2157.
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WILLARD - Brittany Stockmaster, 14, wishes her mother would make her zucchini casserole more than once a month.
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4 cups chopped-up chicken or turkey 6 cups diced unpeeled zucchini
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If you think you have what it takes, you can audition for the Caryl Crane Children's Theatre production of "Alice in Wonderland' from 8:30 to 11:45 a.m. Monday and Tuesday. Roles are available for ages 10 through adult. Those auditioning should read the story and be familiar with the characters and plot. Play scripts are on closed-reserve at the BGSU Firelands library.
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Norwalk resident Kendra Kromer is spending the summer in Columbus, working for State Senator Tim Grendell (R-Chesterland). An Ashbrook Scholar at Ashland University, Kromer said she was able to secure the page position through the help of AU's John M. Ashbrook Center for Public Affairs. Read the rest of this story in Today's Reflector...
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Is it even newsworthy? A troubled underage runaway tells her mother that she was drinking at a bar. It is a story that I have heard before and was never true.
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Toast The Huron County Safety Council for having a fine demonstration Thursday of our area's emergency response network by bringing Life Flight, North Central EMS and Norwalk Fire Department's "Jaws of Life" to its monthly meeting. We take emergency workers for granted most of the time, but they always are there when we need them. They are like insurance we know we need to have it, but we hope we never want to use it. Roast The accusation of misconduct by two unnamed off-duty Greenwich police officers when the subsequent investigation by Huron County Sheriff's Det. Sgt. Dane Howard found there was no evidence to prove anything. Couldn't the resources of both departments have been better spent? It's time now to get back to business for everybody involved.
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This week I am traveling around the part of Norway you see in the travel brochures the fjords with picturesque villages on the shores, forested mountains with thousand-foot waterfalls coursing down the precipices, old wooden fishing boats anchored in the harbor, old churches. An American walks around and wonders, "Where are the auto salvage yards, the strip malls, the golden arches?" This is a country that believes in zoning and government regulation. Government trolls will not allow you to open up a Mr. Donut drive-in unless you disguise it as a shop. This morning we visited a village whose name cannot be printed in an American newspaper because it contains a vowel we don't have - the A with a tiny O over it - a village of 300 that is visited by 250,000 cruise ship visitors a year. It's as if Minneapolis were to be visited every summer by The Chinese People. The proportion of 250,000 visitors to 300 residents means that all the villagers are in retail. They sell a lot of Norwegian sweaters. Floridians and Californians come on a cruise ship in July and expect to find summer and they find chilly days and a light drizzle and they get cold and need to wrap themselves in wool. The sale of sweaters enables the villagers to lock up after Christmas and spend January, February and March in Florida or California. Ancient burial mounds here tell us something about the Vikings. For one thing, when a chieftain died, his people killed a slave woman to go along with him to the afterlife. They asked for volunteers and since the lives of slave women were hard, there were some who were willing to take their chances on entering paradise. We also learn that the Vikings were expert woodworkers, which was how they were able to discover America 400 years before Columbus. They knew how to join wood and make ships that would stand up to the North Atlantic. And when St. Olaf converted them to Christianity in the 11th century and they swung away from Odin and Freja and Thor and the skaldic sagas and took up the epistles of St. Paul, they gave up domination by force and learned the art of passive aggression. In Moorhead, Minn., you'll find a fine replica of an 11th century Norwegian stave church, which looks a little odd there with few trees and no mountains. And that's how the Norwegian emigrants felt who wound up on the prairie. The sky was too big and they had to learn to walk on level ground. But life was hard in Norway. The Black Plague had killed off half the country in the 14th century and made it defenseless, and so Norway fell under the woolen fist of Danish oppression until Denmark chose the wrong side in the Napoleonic wars and was forced by Britain to give Norway to Sweden, and between the Danes and the Swedes they managed to give Norway a national inferiority complex that lasted even beyond national independence in 1905. In these little villages along the fjords, people wearied of vertical agriculture and began emigrating to the Midwest back when it was a primitive frontier.
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It was just after midnight Friday when a rustling came from a pile of old books under a bed. And suddenly out came Winnie the Pooh, bags packed, a jar of honey under his arm. Behind him were Tigger, Eeyore and Piglet. Together they climbed the wall, pushed open the window and took one last look. "Where are you going?" I asked. "Someplace where they appreciate us," Pooh said. "Someplace where every child isn't reading.."
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Isn't July in Norwalk wonderful? If you live on Maple or Parsons or Welton or Marion or just about any of our neighborhoods, summer in Norwalk means you can smell your neighbor's steaks and burgers grilling in the close backyards
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Charlene S. Whitright will celebrate Wednesday 30 years of service at RR Donnelley in Willard. She was hired in 1965 in the bindery. After leaving, then returning in 1972, she worked as a bindery feeder and is currently a Smyth Sewer Operator. Charlene lives in North Fairfield with her husband, Jack.
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SANDUSKY- Gone surfin' lately? How about in competition? Kalahari Waterpark Resort in Sandusky is offering you the chance to compete in the Wave House Flow Tour surf competition beginning at 8 a.m. July 28.
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BERLIN HEIGHTS - What do you get when you combine cherry wood with maple wood? The raffled item at the 22nd annual Berlin Heights Basket Festival, which takes place Aug. 4 to 5.
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NORWALK - The following people recently were convicted of drunken driving in Norwalk Municipal Court: Cory M. Laflam, 29, Lorain. Violation date: Nov. 26, 2006. Conviction date: July 6, 2007. Sentence: $600 fine, $169 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).
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The Western Reserve Alumni Memorial Gardens dedication took place Sunday on the school grounds in front of the memorial built to honor the former Hartland, Townsend and Wakeman schools. Denise Wolfe, chairperson of the committee responsible for the memorial, and Jeff Wolfe, committee member and designer of the structure, gave a history of the memorial and the role of the Western Reserve Alumni Association in its inception. They thanked the other committee members, including Tammy and Mike Sommers, Norm Butler, Joan Wikel and Brandon Sommers, who worked on the memorial for his Eagle Scout project.
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The Huron County Humane Society and Schild's IGA are teaming up for a pet adoption July 28 at the store. HCHS will have animals available for adoption at this event along with opportunities for membership to the Huron County Humane Society where you can become involved in the Huron County Humane Society.
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The Huron County Humane Society and Schild's IGA are teaming up for a pet adoption July 28 at the store. HCHS will have animals available for adoption at this event along with opportunities for membership to the Huron County Humane Society where you can become involved in the Huron County Humane Society.
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HIGHWAY PATROL Michael E. Moore, 30, of 41 Prospect St., New London, was charged with failure to control Friday after he had a coughing spell and went off the left side of Ohio 162, through a corn field and hit a small tree. His mother transported him to Fisher-Titus Medical Center with minor injuries. He was treated and released.
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Norwalk Concrete Industries (NCI) of Norwalk has been chosen as the Huron County Safety Council "Member-of-the-Month" for July 2007.