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Below you will find an index of stories relating to the upcoming special election to fill the late Rep. Paul Gillmor's seat. This page will be updated continuously through the election. Buehrer hoping to succeed Gillmor - Oct. 12, 2007
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HIGHWAY PATROL n Gloria J. Cox, 62, of 70F W. Chestnut St., hit a deer Monday on Whittlesey Avenue.
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Navy Seaman Recruit Daniel J. Morgan, son of Cathy A. Leal of Sandusky and Kenneth L. Morgan of Milan recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight-week program, Morgan completed a variety of training which included classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, firefighting, water safety and survival, and shipboard and aircraft safety. An emphasis was also placed on physical fitness.
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Voters go to the polls Tuesday to decide who will represent the area in Washington, but many expect a low turnout. Polls will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
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Kelly Anatra scored 23 points and Katie Sinclair added 11 more to lead the Lady Spartans past St. Paul 55-40 Saturday at the convocation center. Jessica Harvey had 12 points for the Lady Flyers, while Megan Stein tallied nine and Emily Rospert totaled seven.
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CUYAHOGA FALLS - Monroeville's wrestling team started off the season over the weekend with a bang. The Eagles finished fifth overall and had three champions at the Walsh Jesuit Ironman Invitational.
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MILAN - The Truckers came on strong down the stretch. Joshua Cook, Andrew Williams and Jared Torrence all came up with wins in the final three championship bouts Saturday, helping Norwalk pull away from Garfield Heights and claim the title at the 44th annual Edison Invitational.
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NEW LONDON - Derek Chaffins poured in 23 points as New London topped Seneca East 70-45 Saturday for a non-league boys' basketball win. The Wildcats, 3-1 overall, are scheduled to play Friday at Mapleton.
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St. Paul's swimming teams hosted a quad Saturday at the Ernsthausen Aquatic Center. The girls' team finished third with 26 points, behind winner Bucyrus at 76 and St. Peter 60 and ahead of Mapleton with eight.
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Congratulations, you got one! A fine 12 point, maybe a fat forky, or a sleek doe, it doesn't matter because you're now smiling into a freezer loaded with good eating venison. Your wife might not be smiling, though, as she wonders how one fixes deer meat. Lots of answers to that question.
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Dec. 10, 1912 The top stories in The Evening Herald on this date 95 years ago:
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Dec. 8, 1941 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 66 years ago:
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Winter is fast approaching and we all will be turning up the heat in our houses. In 2005, heating equipment was the second leading cause of house fires. Heating equipment was responsible for about 62,000 house fires which resulted in roughly 700 deaths and 1,500 injuries. Here are a few tips on ways to decrease the risk of a heating equipment fire in your home: Keep or maintain a 3-foot space between all heating equipment such as electric space heaters, kerosene heaters and electric baseboard heaters.
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A week ago Saturday the date was Dec. 1 I was mowing my lawn and mulching leaves until dark. Think about those words: I was running my lawnmower in December! How could that be? When I was young, it seems to me we put away the lawnmower shortly after Labor Day and did not start it again until April. But there I was on Dec. 1 cutting my lawn. And two of my neighbors were out that day, as well (one of them literally mowing around his outdoor Christmas decorations.
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DEC. 11, 1912 The top stories in The Evening Herald on this date 95 years ago: Temper lands man in jail Thomas Jefferson, not he of Jeffersonian simplicity, but he of bad temper, is in the county jail awaiting action of the grand jury, to which he was bound over my Mayor Billmyer of Bellevue, on the charge of malicious destruction of property.
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HIGHWAY PATROL Charles D. Humes, 75, of 2045 County Road 302, Bellevue, was charged with driving under the influence and failure to yield the right-of-way in connection with a Nov. 16 accident at the intersection of U.S. 20 and Prairie Road. He was heading south on Prairie Road when he failed to yield at the stop sign and hit the vehicle driven by Molly E. Owens, 17, of Ashland. Humes' van and the car stopped in the U.S. 20 median. David A. Lichtle II, 18, of 4445 River Road, was charged with failure to control Thursday after he went off the right side of Hill Road and hit a ditch. The following motorists hit deer Friday: David C. Setzler, 49, of Clyde, on Ohio 303; and Patricia L. Gullett, 43m of 1941 Skinner Road, Plymouth, on Townline Road 12.
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sseitz@norwalkreflector.com The Main Street School Parent-Teacher Organization was cooking with a cause Friday night. This year marks the fourth annual Main Street PTO cookie walk and holiday alley. All kinds of holiday treats will be available for $5 per pound and customers will be able to choose their own assortment. There will also be pumpkin rolls, fudge, candy and cinnamon rolls that will be priced individually. For every $20 spent you will receive a free ticket for the door prize raffle. New for the 2007 holiday alley is a make-and-take craft area for children of all ages where you will be able to make craft gifts for a small fee. All the proceeds from the craft area will go to a local charity.
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WILLARD - Still looking for the Nintendo Wii? Willard Healthcare Center will be raffling off the must-have Christmas gift of the year. Tickets are $1 each or six for $5 and available until Thursday. The drawing will be held Friday and all proceeds will benefit the Alzheimer's Association in honor of the Memory Care Unit at Willard Healthcare Center. Willard Healthcare Center has a team in the Memory Walk named the ‘Jewels of Kaleidoscope Lane' and all year, donations are generated through fundraising efforts.
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The Norwalk Friends of the Library will hold its last membership meeting for the year at Sheri's Coffee House at 4 p.m. to celebrate a successful year. Lorraine Shaw, acting president, will be presenting several ideas for next year to the membership as well as going over program highlights.
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Lissa Bockrath didn't know what she wanted to paint for her current exhibit - even as the 1990 St. Paul High School graduate was painting. For her new showcase of work, Bockrath employed a method called stream of consciousness. She simply let the paint inspire her direction.