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COLUMBUS - They came. They saw. They conquered. An author who probably never saw a wrestling match coined that phrase a long, long time ago, but it sure fits what Monroeville's Fab 4 did at The Ohio State University's Schottenstein Center over the weekend at the 71st State Wrestling Tournament.
9:27 PM Jul 25, 2010
Feb. 29, 1944 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 64 years ago:
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FEB. 29, 1944 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 64 years ago: Army band will give concert and parade here Thursday The famous 661st Army Band from Patterson Field, Ohio, is now on a flying War Bond rally tour through this area of the state and has scheduled Norwalk as one of its stops.
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MARCH 1, 1933 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 75 years ago:
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mlboose@norwalkreflector.com Tom King learned to cook from with his mother and grandmother's recipes, but he's headed in a new direction in the last couple of years by making wines. "I've made all different types of wines, but probably one of the first was an apple wine that people seem to like," he said. King said wine-making is simply a hobby he decided to explore. "It was just something I decided I wanted to try," he said.
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SHERIFF'S OFFICE n Investigated a snowmobile accident behind Firelands Manor in Wakeman on Thursday. A person was transported to Allen Memorial Hospital in Oberlin.
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In a few days, you will be able to participate in your constitutional right of voting for your choice of candidate for county commissioner. My choice is Larry Silcox; he has a proven track record of working with all of the county office holders and establishing a county budget that all the county offices could work with.
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I served 30 years in the Huron County Sheriff Department - 24 as sheriff. During this tenure, Larry Silcox came into my office in 1971 and asked if he could be a volunteer deputy. He was welcomed with open arms. He worked his way up to be chief deputy and administrative assistant.
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"Anybody know much about those new and fancy light bulbs?' inquired McBeane, the accountant, who still squints a little from doing a lot of close work with numbers. "Bulb manufacturers and experts say they will save you money, but they surely are expensive. But we save a lot of electricity using them in everyday situations.' "I did a little search on my computer,' responded the merchant who was noted for his money-saving values during Uptown Main Street Sidewalk Sales Bargains. "There is a lot of information which you can learn. Let me see. They cost a lot but they can save money on electricity. You want to be certain you buy the ones which have the Energy Star. You should always leave them on for at least two minutes or their life expectancy is lowered.'
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The March schedule for Jobs First Mobile Unit: March 3: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Mack's Super Valu, Plymouth.
9:26 PM Jul 25, 2010
A Norwalk man must post a $50,000 bond before being released from the Huron County Jail on a rape charge. Joseph P. Shepherd, 18, most recently of 23B Spring St., is accused of sexually assaulting a 9-year-old boy Feb. 3 on Franklin Street, Norwalk Police Chief Kevin Cashen said. If convicted, the defendant faces three to 10 years in prison and a maximum fine of $20,000.
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Good food and a chance to socialize - that has been the hallmark for Berry's Restaurant for generations. The restaurant has only been open for 62 years, but it replaced a confectioners shop that originally opened in 1902.
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"We marry and bury." - Sharon Betschman, co-owner of Betschman's Flowers on Main
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The Northern Ohio Antique Mall is really starting to take off. That's what owner Tom Jarrett said about the business located at 22 E. Main St. in Uptown Norwalk. "We're celebrating our third anniversary," Jarrett said, adding from Feb. 15 to March 15 the mall will hold its anniversary sale.
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The Mattress Company is celebrating its 10th year of doing business in the Maple City. The business, located at 32 W. Main St. in Uptown Norwalk, is one of five Mattress Company stores in the area. The others are in Fremont, Sandusky, Mansfield and Ashland.
9:26 PM Jul 25, 2010
BERLIN HEIGHTS - Samuel Patterson likely wouldn't have recognized Berlin Fruit Box Company's baskets at least as they're made today. Patterson's great, great, great grandson, company president Matt Adelman, knows this much: The late founder would be amazed.
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FTMC Timeline 1911 Not-for-profit Norwalk City Hospital Association receives Articles of Incorporation from State of Ohio
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A century ago, Norwalk started transition to manufacturing town History is always with us, but a walk through Norwalk's business and industrial sectors today bears little resemblance to the city of 100 years.
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The biggest change Sgt. Mary Mack has witnessed in the state Highway Patrol in 24 years has been technological advances. In the 1990s, each of the Norwalk post cruisers were equipped with video cameras, which record traffic stops.
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WAKEMAN - Members of the Wakeman business community and other community members are joining together to create an organization devoted to the betterment of the village. The Wakeman Area Business Association has a mission of promoting the village and attracting business and industry to the area.
9:26 PM Jul 25, 2010
Although "Fisher-Titus" made its debut 50 years ago, the Medical Center's proud history dates back to 1916 when the 38-bed Norwalk Memorial Hospital opened its doors at 269 W. Main St. The first facility was constructed thanks to the vision and generosity of local citizens, businesses and organizations that purchased "subscriptions" totaling $27,000 to build a community hospital for Norwalk and Huron County. Fisher-Titus Medical Center's rich tradition of providing the community with high quality health care continued in 1957 when Fisher-Titus Memorial Hospital opened at 272 Benedict Ave. in Norwalk.