9:23 PM Jul 25, 2010
SHERIFF'S OFFICE n Entered a missing juvenile from Greenwich into the computer system, but then located the juvenile so removed the name on Saturday.
9:23 PM Jul 25, 2010
We have an opportunity in next week's election to select an excellent candidate to serve as one of our Huron County Commissioners. I have known Chuck Furey for many years and have been able to observe him in both business and community settings. Chuck has demonstrated his talents as a banker and would bring years of experience and understanding of the unique financial issues facing our county.
9:23 PM Jul 25, 2010
When Ralph Fegley decided not to seek re-election for county commissioner, I was sad and disappointed. When Chuck Furey made the commitment to take on the challenge, I was relieved and excited. Like Ralph Fegley, Chuck Furey is a gentleman, bright and experienced. Chuck has that special ability to listen to many points of view, think things through and then make tough decisions.
9:23 PM Jul 25, 2010
Silcox has been there before Experience counts. That's why I will be voting for Larry Silcox for Huron County Commissioner on March 4 and I urge all eligible voters to do the same. Larry has a background which makes him uniquely qualified for this position. As a former commissioner, he is ready to hit the bricks running. He knows county government, he knows government budgeting, he knows the art of teamwork. As former chief deputy sheriff, Larry knows Huron County. He knows every corner of the county and the people who live here. As a small-business owner, he is aware of the current economic situation. As a parent of two school-aged children, he is concerned about the quality of education, negative influences and the future.
9:23 PM Jul 25, 2010
For 38 years Chuck Furey helped to serve the financial needs of the citizens of Huron County as a member of the National City Bank's financial team. Until his recent retirement as a senior member of the banking staff, Chuck was in daily contact with the citizens for our county. He was the "familiar' face at National City Bank that people could go to with a problem. He was closely involved with the financial planning for numerous building projects throughout Huron County. These projects put him in contact with many people throughout the area. Chuck is a known positive entity. He has experience with taking a project from conception to completion. Simply put, Chuck Furey gets things done.
9:23 PM Jul 25, 2010
It is truly a pleasure and honor for me to write this letter of endorsement for Charles Furey, who is running for the position of Huron County commissioner. Chuck is a Huron County native and in addition to being raised here he has spent his entire 38 year professional career based in Norwalk in the service of Huron County area residents for National City Bank. I have known and dealt with Chuck on several different levels, which are very pertinent and closely line up to the skill sets that are important in a role such as Huron County commissioner. Chuck was in the banking industry, which is a service business, which means taking care of the constituents, customers and Huron County residents. As a banker he has worked to assist businesses succeed, expand, put together various financial packages that allowed people to buy homes, do renovations and recruit new business jobs to our community.
9:23 PM Jul 25, 2010
I'm voting for a positive change, I'm voting for Sen. Barack Obama. Sen. Obama will bring intelligence back to the White House. He will end the mess of the Iraq war. We freed the people of Iraq from an evil dictator. They have a new government elected by the people. Now it is time they provide their own security. We can no longer baby-sit Iraq at the cost of American lives and taxpayer money.
9:23 PM Jul 25, 2010
I encourage Huron County Voters to strongly support and vote for Chuck Furey in the Huron County commissioners race. Chuck has been a friend, counselor and colleague for many years and is without a doubt an excellent candidate with a wide range of business and finance skills. In business life, Chuck was the vice-president and regional manager for corporate banking with National City Bank. Through his position he was responsible for more $450 million coming to the area for commercial loans. Which through his efforts has helped Huron County grow.
9:23 PM Jul 25, 2010
I am writing in support of Chuck Furey for Huron County commissioner. I have known and worked with Chuck for 35 years and believe that his dedication, loyalty and sincerity to the people of Huron County speaks volumes in his desire to serve in this position. As a long-term resident of Norwalk, Chuck brings a wealth of knowledge, honesty and integrity necessary to perform in this capacity. He is a devoted family man who supports the ongoing growth and prosperity of Huron County.
9:23 PM Jul 25, 2010
We have an opportunity in next week's election to select an excellent candidate to serve as one of our Huron County Commissioners. I have known Chuck Furey for many years and have been able to observe him in both business and community settings. Chuck has demonstrated his talents as a banker and would bring years of experience and understanding of the unique financial issues facing our county.
9:23 PM Jul 25, 2010
I hit the big 5-0 last year and I'm four days away from my 51st birthday. A lot of people say things change when you hit 50 ... you don't feel as peppy as you once did and you have a lot of health concerns.
9:23 PM Jul 25, 2010
NORWALK The following were the results of health department inspections of Norwalk-area food establishments and schools in January: FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS Openings East of Chicago; 56 Stower Lane, Norwalk; operator, Ken Pittenger (Jan. 28, regular prelicensing inspection) Inspector's comments: New equipment installed. Copy of occupancy permit given. Lighting is O.K. New license issued at this time. 30-day inspection scheduled for Feb. 27.
9:23 PM Jul 25, 2010
NORWALK The following cases recently went through Huron County Common Pleas Court: Divorces Sheila M. Jump, 320 W. Tiffin St., Willard, vs. Jeffrey L. Jump, 949 S. Myrtle Ave., Willard. David A. Lopez, 328 Motson St., Willard, vs. Margo Renee Lopez, 410 E. Walton St., No. 61, Willard; Margo restored to former name of Vasques.
9:23 PM Jul 25, 2010
NORWALK The following foreclosure cases recently went through Huron County Common Pleas Court: Deutsche Bank National Trust Company as trustee for Long Beach Mortgage Loan Trust, Jacksonville, Fla., vs. Michael R. Atkins and Nancy L. Atkins, 1187 Ohio 99, Willard; Creditors: Jamison Well Drilling Inc., Mansfield; plaintiff's notice of voluntary dismissal without prejudice at plaintiff's cost. Citibank N.A. as trustee for Certificateholders, Lewisville, Texas, vs. Richard T. Eustace, Jr. and Jane Doe, unknown spouse, if any, of Richard T. Eustace, Jr., 2088 Chenango Road, Wakeman; Kimberly A. Eustace and John Doe, unknown spouse, if any, of Kimberly A. Eustace, 2088 Chenango Road, Wakeman; Creditors: Treasurer of Huron County, 16 E. Main St., Norwalk; Aames Funding Corporation, Aames Home Loan, San Diego Calif.; plaintiff and defendant Aames dismiss causes of action without prejudice. Well Fargo Bank N.A. as trustee in care of Option One Mortgage Corporation, Irvine, Texas, vs. Richard D. Resor and Norma J. Resor, aka Norma Resor, 4911 Fayette Road, New London; plaintiff's notice of voluntary dismissal without prejudice at plaintiff's cost.
9:23 PM Jul 25, 2010
NORWALK The following cases recently went through Huron County Common Pleas Court: Money only Susan J. Amrine, Put-In-Bay, vs. Christopher S. Bistline, 44 Rear N. Gamble St., Shelby; Jeffrey D. Bistline, 3574 Ohio 39, Shelby; Steve C. Obermiller, 1360 U.S. 224, New London; John Doe, present name unknown, in care of Department of Transportation, Columbus; Ohio Mutual Insurance Company, Bucyrus; Allstate Insurance Company, Dublin; case settled and dismissed with prejudice at defendant's cost; defendant Steve Obermiller dismissed without prejudice; Allstate Insurance Company against Christopher S. and Jeffrey D. Bistline. Benjamin M. Campo, 410 E. Walton St., Lot 50, Willard, vs. Galen R. Barnett, 640 W. Pearl St., Willard; American Family Insurance, Westerville; John Doe I-II, address unknown; Crystal Straits, third party defendant, 410 E. Walton St., Lot 49, Willard; case settled and dismissed with prejudice; defendants to split court cost; defendant American Family Insurance dismisses cross-claim American Family Insurance Company vs. Galen R. Barnett.
9:23 PM Jul 25, 2010
The Huron County Master Gardeners will meet at 6:30 tonight at St. Alphonsus Church on Settlement Road. The program will be on Cathy Seamans on "Everything you wanted to know about soil but were afraid to ask." The club will hold its business meeting first.
9:23 PM Jul 25, 2010
FEB. 28, 1933 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 75 years ago: Community supports temporary restrictions The people of Norwalk and Huron County clearly showed today that they realized that local banking restrictions resulted wholly from outside influence and that the action constituted the best possible protection for each and every depositor in view of the developments elsewhere. This was shown by the normal processes of business in the banks here today. Also many people voted these sentiments. Even more concretely this favorable reaction was expressed in new deposits received yesterday and today by the local bank. There are no limitations on new deposits.
9:23 PM Jul 25, 2010
A winter storm is shutting down schools and government buildings across northern Ohio and more snow is on the way. All of the schools in Huron County are closed today because of the weather.
9:23 PM Jul 25, 2010
All Huron County voters will get the chance to either approve or reject a $1 increase in the real estate conveyance fee in Tuesday's primary and some voters also will get to put in their two-cents worth on Sunday liquor sales and additional school taxes. Voters in Bronson precinct No. 2 will decide whether to allow Sunday liquor sales at Eagle Creek Golf Course. Voters in the Willard and Plymouth-Shiloh school districts will decide on an additional one-mill continuing property levy for Pioneer Joint Vocational School.
9:23 PM Jul 25, 2010
The Ohio for Hillary campaign stopped in Norwalk Monday to promote Hillary Clinton with just one week to go before the March 4 Ohio primary. An economic "Travelers for Hillary' tour is making its way through Ohio. The two-day tour, which concludes today, had scheduled stops in Toledo, Fremont, Port Clinton, Sandusky, Norwalk, Elyria, Richfield, Medina, Wooster, Mount Vernon and Newark.
9:22 PM Jul 25, 2010
HIGHWAY PATROL n Josh Boldman, 19, of rural Norwalk, was charged with operating a vehicle without reasonable control last Wednesday after losing control on Zenobia Road.