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SHERIFF'S OFFICE An area resident reported Thursday clumps of tar on Peru Center Road
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Wakeman library WAKEMAN - October is going to be a busy month at the Wakeman Community Library, starting at 10 a.m. Tuesday with Exercise with Arthritis made Simple and Easy (EASE) continuing each Tuesday throughout the month.
12:50 PM Jul 25, 2010
Cadets from the Civil Air Patrol's Firelands Composite Squadron in Norwalk had the opportunity to fly with an instructor pilot in a CAP glider. A glider is a plane that has no engine, so it needs to be towed aloft by a powered aircraft. Once released, gliders can soar on thermals that are created by the heating of the earth's surface, often remaining in the air for hours. After his first glider flight, C/Bas Joseph Kreglow said: "It was kind of scary taking off. But it was nice and smooth after we released. Overall, it was great. I can hardly wait to do it again."
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Pvt. Sean Miller can be reached at the following address. Pvt. Miller, Sean RN 330
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Two members of the Norwalk Kiwanis Club received special awards at Thursday's meeting. Linda Furey was named Kiwanian of the Year, while Bruce Leimbach received the Distinguished Service Award.
12:50 PM Jul 25, 2010
There is the old saying of a person moving to the beat of a different drummer. For the congregation of First United Methodist Church in Norwalk, that drummer is none other than the senior pastor, The Rev. Roger Smith. Since childhood, Smith has had a love for playing and later collecting different types of drums, and in recent years has been able to combine that passion with his role as a pastor. The result has meant coming out from behind the pulpit to reach people through the ministry of music.
12:50 PM Jul 25, 2010
A state fire marshal's investigator has ruled the 23 Newton St. fire was an arson. "The state fire marshal office is only doing that portion of the investigation … and has turned that (information) to the police department so they can finish the investigation,' spokesman Shane Cartmill said. "So our investigation is basically done.'
12:45 PM Jul 25, 2010
SEPT. 28, 1979 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector on this date 28 years ago:
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BELLEVUE - Authorities spotted and seized 177 six-foot tall marijuana plants growing in four fields near Ohio 4 and Ohio 269, south of Bellevue late Wednesday afternoon. "They were within a half-mile of each other, if that," Huron County Sheriff's Capt. Bob McLaughlin said.
12:45 PM Jul 25, 2010
Falling leaves, yellow buses, football games ... these are all signs that autumn is here and school is back in session. But school isn't just for our youth any more employers need to go back to school as well.
12:45 PM Jul 25, 2010
The first collection by the city of Norwalk of hazardous waste was very successful, Safety-Service Director Dale Sheppard said. A total of 726 vehicles came through the line with various hazardous materials for disposal. A total of 66,850 pounds of waste was collected.
12:45 PM Jul 25, 2010
NORWALK POLICE An Area resident reported Thursday his car was missing from his home. It was later discovered on Morley Drive off Jefferson.
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LOGOS CLARKSFIELD - The Clarksfield United Methodist Church presents its after school LOGOS program from 4:30 to 7 each Wednesday beginning Oct. 10.
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Sean and Carrie (Tanzillo) McGuinness of Phoenix, Ariz. are the parents of a baby boy, Seamus Michael, born Sept. 13 at John C. Lincoln Mountain Hospital. Local grandparents are Nancy and Bob Germond of Norwalk.
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Business women SANDUSKY - Sandusky Bay Charter Chapter of the American Business Women's Association October meeting RSVP deadline is Friday.
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Story time sign-ups Registration is under way for Preschool Story Time (begins Tuesday, Oct. 16
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Two 16-year-old area boys face charges stemming from a vehicle stolen from a Florence Township church. While on an early morning patrol Sept. 21, a Vermilion police officer saw two male suspects near a 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass stuck in the "main street beach," Erie County Sheriff's Capt. Paul Sigsworth said. One of the men was behind the wheel while the other man was attempting to push the car.
12:45 PM Jul 25, 2010
The minutes and seconds ticked away ominously, as though to emphasize the importance of acting now against substance abuse. The clock actually counted down the 59 minutes of the second of two drug and alcohol awareness information meetings organized by community leaders for parents and caregivers.
12:45 PM Jul 25, 2010
A kitchen fire Thursday caused $1,000 in smoke damage at 19 Grand Ave., Norwalk Fire Chief Doug Colleta said. According to a report, the fire was caused by a paof grease on the stove, and was contained to the pot.
12:40 PM Jul 25, 2010
If you want to lie on the beach, do not go to Maine. But if you like a rocky coast (and cold water), old inns and white clapboard houses, and the best lobster you've ever tasted, get thee to Maine. Virginia may be for lovers, but Maine is for hikers, bikers, boaters, kayakers, explorers, antiquers, photographers, history buffs, lighthouse aficionados, and eaters.
12:40 PM Jul 25, 2010
SEPT. 27, 1958 The top stories in the Reflector-Herald on this date 49 years ago: