6:30 PM Jul 25, 2010
Bowling Green State University Firelands students from Norwalk may not have to always commute to Huron if a pilot program to offer classes at Norwalk High works out. Andrew Kurtz, associate dean for engagement and outreach, said two three-hour credit courses will be taught at Norwalk High next semester one in English and another in history.
6:30 PM Jul 25, 2010
Norwalk resident Tom Lesch sure knows how to create a feast for the eyes. Gingerfest, the gingerbread village display at the Bronson Norwalk Conservation Club, has been a holiday favorite for nearly a decade.
6:30 PM Jul 25, 2010
Many people associate the chamber of commerce with ribbon-cutting events for new businesses, but that is just a small part of what the group does. Be that as it may, Norwalk Area Huron County Chamber of Commerce officials are looking forward to 2008 as "a ribbon-cutting for our future."
6:30 PM Jul 25, 2010
The sentencing information for a Norwalk Municipal Court defendant was incorrect in Monday's Norwalk Reflector. Sarah E. Kieffer, 23, of 38B Gallup Ave., was sentenced Nov. 6 to two years of probation, was fined $300 and prohibited from contacting the two victims for two years for criminal damaging. The court also ordered her to pay $103 in costs and suspended a 60-day jail sentence.
6:30 PM Jul 25, 2010
Norwalk Mayor Sue Lesch said a retail business at the Giant Eagle site probably makes more sense than a new fire station. Giant Eagle, along with the GetGo fuel and convenience store in front of the supermarket, will close Feb. 2, the Reflector learned today. "That's a suggestion I've received often," Lesch said about the idea of locating a new fire station on the property. "I suppose anything's possible. I don't think it's likely." She said a team is looking at a site for a new fire station, but they are not close to making any recommendations to city council.
6:25 PM Jul 25, 2010
Crop disaster program sign-up continues Eligible farmers who suffered quantity losses to their crops in recent years can enroll in the Crop Disaster Program 2005-2007 (CDP) at the Huron and Erie County FSA Service Center. FSA will announce and conduct sign-up for quality losses under CDP as soon as possible. Certain crop producers suffered major financial losses as the result of a natural disaster during the last couple of years. Subject to final rules for the program, CDP provides benefits to farmers who suffered losses to the 2005 to 2007 crops from natural disasters and related conditions so long as the actual crop lost was planted or prevented from being planted before Feb. 28, 2007. Producers who incurred qualifying losses in 2005, 2006 or 2007 must choose only one year to receive benefits. Producers may apply for benefits for losses to multiple crops as long as the losses occurred in the same crop year.
6:25 PM Jul 25, 2010
DEC. 5, 1973 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector on this date 34 years ago:
6:25 PM Jul 25, 2010
AVERY - Seniors in the cosmetology program at EHOVE Career Center will offer beauty shop services to the public in the school salon until Dec. 13. The salon will resume operation Jan. 15 due to exams. Hours are from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. (for chemical services including perms, color and straightening) on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Seniors currently perform a wide range of services at a nominal cost. Contact EHOVE at its toll-free number, (866) 256-9707 for prices and information. No appointments are necessary; walk-ins are welcome.
6:25 PM Jul 25, 2010
This is for the person(s) who stole my dad's "CD looking' case from his truck last week. I bet you were surprised to see a Bible instead of CDs. My mom gave that Bible to my dad as a gift. His name is engraved on the front (Burdette Eastman).
6:25 PM Jul 25, 2010
Voters in the 5th Congressional District have an opportunity for change. We have been, for too long, represented by a congressman who voted 90 percent of the time to support President Bush and his wrong policies, sending our country spiraling toward recession and costing Americans jobs, homes and any kind of respect we used to enjoy in the world. This horrible war in Iraq is a totally unnecessary blunder that we will never live down, and our grandchildren will be paying off the debt. Our troops will require help in their lives for the next 65 years after they finally get back home, and the deaths in Iraq are a terrible waste of human life.
6:25 PM Jul 25, 2010
This is a question as to what is neo-conservative crap by Michael Holubar, in a Nov. 27 Letter to the Editor. What is he talking about? It can't be the Reflector, with its liberal syndicated columnists or editorial cartoons. He can't be referring to our big city papers, radio or TV that lean way to the left. Or to any stories with AP as its source. I would rather have news without spin. Let me decide what it says, not liberal or conservative leanings with agendas. Ron Winkle
6:25 PM Jul 25, 2010
mlboose@norwalkreflector.com Milan Mayor Robert Bickley made good on his promise to pass on about $7,000 of bills for the temporary U.S. 250 fix to Gov. Ted Strickland, but not in his usual flamboyant manner.
6:25 PM Jul 25, 2010
In Norwalk, Prospect Street, between Main Street and Seminary Street, will be closed from today through Friday for completion of work on the WestStaff building.
6:25 PM Jul 25, 2010
HIGHWAY PATROL n No citation was issued Nov. 28 after there was a fire throughout the 2007 Ford F-150 pickup truck driven by Robert W. Gorby, 43, of Sandusky, who was heading northwest on Ohio 601. He went off the right side and hit a mailbox. Gorby wasn't transported for possible injuries.
6:25 PM Jul 25, 2010
Norwalk City Council will consider a one-year ban on the installation of any more exterior furnaces at tonight's meeting to give council time to research possible regulations or a permanent ban. The moratorium does not affect any exterior furnacess already installed and in operation.
6:25 PM Jul 25, 2010
Council voted to ban installation of any more exterior furnaces in the city for up to one year while it studies possible regulations or a complete ban in the future. Exterior furnaces now in operation aren't affected by the new ordinance, which will take effect as soon as Mayor Sue Lesch signs it today.
6:25 PM Jul 25, 2010
Northern Ohio Rural Water proposes to extend water service to residents of Green Creek Township in Sandusky County, Adam and Thompson Townships in Seneca County and Lyme, Ridgefield and Sherman townships in Huron County. The USDA, Rural Development utilities programs (Rural Utilities Service) has received an application for financial assistance from the Northern Ohio Rural Water Association. As required by the National Environmental Policy Act, the Rural Development utilities programs (Rural Utilities Service) has prepared an Environmental Assessment that evaluates the potential environmental effects and consequences of the proposed project. This notice announces the availability of the Environmental Assessment for public review and comment.
6:25 PM Jul 25, 2010
Independent John F. Green has thrown his hat in the race to replace Paul Gillmor (R-Tiffin) in the 5th congressional district, but voters will have to remember his name to cast a vote for him. Green filed to be a write-in candidate with the Wood County Board of Elections so only the names of Democrat Robin Weirauch and Republican Robert Latta will be printed on ballots.
6:25 PM Jul 25, 2010
The Reach Our Youth (ROY) big brother /sister type program of Huron County, will be holding its 27th annual Christmas party Saturday at the VFW in Norwalk. About 130 local children and volunteers will be attending this gala event. Judge Timothy L. Cardwell of Huron County Probate and Juvenile Courts and Kathy Noftz, executive director, will be welcoming the crowd along with master of ceremonies Dennis Stieber. Highlights include a luncheon served by the staff of Huron County Probate and Juvenile Court, magical entertainer Greg Carson, and a visit from Santa.
6:25 PM Jul 25, 2010
MONROEVILLE - Monroeville Parks and Recreation Department is inviting children and parents to the Christmas in the Park celebration from 1 to 2 p.m. Dec. 16 at the village commons, across from St. Joseph church. Santa will be there to see children. Coloring contest forms can be picked up at the village administrative offices and can be turned in at the event. Any child ages 3 to 10 may compete in the coloring contest. Judging will take place Dec. 17 and winners will be contacted.
6:25 PM Jul 25, 2010
Question: We want to send a care package to a friend or family member serving in the military overseas. What precautions should we take? Answer: Sharing holiday cheer with men and women serving in the military is a good thing to do. It shows these soldiers that they are remembered and appreciated by their family, friends and the community. And, it helps them feel connected when they are so far away from home for the holidays. Do your homework before sending a package. The military has guidelines for shipping food items to soldiers overseas. One Web site, http://www.marineparents.com, says "if you can stuff it in your pocket and it's not going to spoil or melt, it's a good thing to send!'