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The Huron County Board of Elections will be open until 9 p.m. Tuesday the last day to register for the Nov. 6 election. For more information, call the board at (419) 668-8238.
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NORWALK - The following people were recently convicted of crimes in Norwalk Municipal Court, Judge John Ridge presiding: Katherine R. Schaffer, 19, 5321 Ohio 99 North, Monroeville; no dog license; conviction date: Oct. 1; fine, $25; costs, $45.
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NORWALK - The following people recently were convicted of drunken driving in Norwalk Municipal Court: Todd A. Pype, 44, Medina. Violation date: Sept. 3. Conviction date: Sept. 25. Sentence: $800 fine, $65 costs, one-year license suspension and 20 days in jail; defendant shall have limited driving only on proof of insurance and occupation from Oct. 3 to Sept. 3, 2008; valid only with restricted plates.
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MILAN - The state Highway Patrol's Sandusky post suspects alcohol was a factor in a Milliman Road crash Saturday night that sent an injured Milan man to a Toledo hospital. Stanley M. McLane, 59, of 3906 Ohio 113, was listed in critical condition in the intensive care unit of St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center this morning. Troopers said McLane was not wearing a seatbelt and suffered serious injuries in the crash that happened about 7:30 p.m. on Milliman Road south of Ohio 113.
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HIGHWAY PATROL No citation was issued Sept. 30 after Joe T. Mahon, 54, of Shelby, was forced off Ohio 598 and hit a mailbox to avoid an oncoming full-size car passing another vehicle while heading south. The same vehicle also forced Charles M. Marlatt, 52, of Groveport, off the same side of the road.
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BERLIN TOWNSHIP - A Willard woman was not injured after a collision Saturday afternoon, but a Sandusky woman in the other vehicle was flown to a Toledo hospital. A medical helicopter flew Sandusky resident Malissa Coufalik, 27, to St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center from the site of the two-vehicle crash on Ohio 113 east of Ohio 61. She was listed in good condition this morning.
1:35 PM Jul 25, 2010
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Surpassing the competition at the 26th annual Colgate Country Showdown Ohio State Final, Norwalk's Jamestown proved worthy of the state title and $1,000. The Columbus Zoo & Aquarium in Columbus showcased seven acts who had won a local contest sponsored by radio stations throughout Ohio, enabling each to perform at the state level competition of America's largest country music talent search.
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Seven-year-old bicyclist Andrew S. Crawford learned a lesson after a collision with a pickup truck Saturday night. "I asked what lesson he learned. He said, 'Not to ride Sissy's bike,'" said his mother, Connie, who declined to provide her last name. "He wasn't supposed to be riding it."
1:30 PM Jul 25, 2010
LOUISVILLE, Ky. Caleigh Ott of Norwalk, has entered one head of market lambs in the weather division of the 34th annual North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE). The NAILE is recognized as the world's largest purebred livestock show with more than 21,000 entries and nearly $700,000 in prizes and awards. Scheduled for Nov. 3 to 16, the event takes place at the Kentucky Exposition Center, Louisville, Ky.
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New London FFA NEWLONDON - Corn rootworms cost farmers across the Corn Belt an estimated $1 billion a year in crop damage and control measures. Now, local FFA youth are participating in a program to help growers monitor and better manage this costly pest.
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Editor's note: This information was sent out Friday with report cards to all Norwalk public school students: Slang. Weed, Pot, Grass, Reefer, Ganja, Mary Jane, Blunt, Joint, Roach, Nail
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Across Norwalk on Friday, Oct. 12, many alarm clocks will be silent and children will be permitted to sleep in. However, the administration and staff of Norwalk City Schools will hear their alarms and will be reporting to work for a day of professional development. (Professional development is an essential component of the federal "No Child Left Behind Act" and helps educators to upgrade their planning, preparation, and teaching of your children.)
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Week of Oct. 8 to Oct. 12 (All meals served with milk)
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MUNICIPALITIES Bellevue
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WILLARD The Willard Police Department requested assistance from the Huron County Sheriff's Office about a suspected burglary early Wednesday morning. Deputies were notified at 1:44 a.m. about the incident at Pamida Discount Stores, 4113 U.S. 224. Deputy Steve Shupp was dispatched to the crime scene.
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OCT. 6, 1962 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 45 years ago:
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It's a little early, but on Sunday you can drum up your holiday spirit by watching people build a teepee. Its purpose? To allow the young and young at heart to sit inside and hear seasonal stories told by professionals.
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A Norwalk man was indicted Friday on one count of burglary in connection with a Baker Street apartment break-in. One count of assault against Benjamin E. Blair was transferred to Norwalk Municipal Court because a Huron County grand jury determined the offense did not warrant felony-level status, instead deciding it was a first-degree misdemeanor.
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When Clarence Poole was a boy, he loved sitting on the porch and waving to people. And when senior citizens needed some groceries, he hopped on his bicycle and shopped for them. Today, at 79, Poole is still giving and he's still a people person.
1:30 PM Jul 25, 2010
I read somewhere where most of us could expect 15 minutes of fame in our lifetime. Well, I can guarantee a way where you or someone special will be remembered longer! Name a book! You can honor yourself or a loved one with a commemorative bookplate in a new library book. Many generous people and clubs have remembered a friend, relative or a club member over the years with a bookplate and a "thank you" from the library for a $15 donation or more. Or, you could join the Friends of the Library and come to the Fall Book Sale preview this week.
1:30 PM Jul 25, 2010
ATTICA Mercy Hospital of Willard honored 29 employees for benchmark years of service at the annual employee recognition reception held Sept. 27 at Our Lady of Hope Social Hall in Attica. Robert Gospodarek, president & CEO, Mercy Hospital of Willard; Gary George, regional vice president, Mercy Health Partners; Jeff Ream, chairperson, board of trustees; and Dr. Chris Bohach, chief of staff, Mercy Hospital of Willard congratulated the employees and expressed their appreciation for their dedication to the hospital and the patients they serve. Members of the hospital administration and department managers presented awards.