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Melodie Adelman and Robin Reed were re-elected to the Monroeville board of education in Tuesday's general election. Adelman garnered 541 voted in Huron County, while Reed had 482 and Valerie Ball collected 381.
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NOV. 7, 1929 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 78 years ago:
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SANDUSKY Pity poor Joe. People accuse him of standing idly by while tragedies occur, as though he could care less about the victims.
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MILAN The Edison High School Drama Club is set to perform "Done to Death," about five mystery writers struggling to create a television mystery series. Curtain times and dates are 7:30 p.m. today, Friday and Saturday at the Edison High School Auditorium.
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"America's Finest Singing Machine" will open Towne & Country Players 42nd season at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Ernsthausen Performing Arts Center. The Bowling Green State University's Men's Chorus will present a 20-minute patriotic musical package, along with comedy, pop and traditional show material.
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HURON Norwalk High School won first-place honors in the 23rd annual academic tournament held Saturday at BGSU Firelands. The academic quiz teams from Edison and Perkins high schools captured second and third places. The academic tournament is an academic quiz contest sponsored by BGSU Firelands.
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CLEVELAND One Monroeville student received the Gavel Award and two received honorable mention at the Cleveland Council on World Affairs Model United Nations (MUN) conference Friday at Cleveland State University. Sophomore Adam Mastroianni took home the prestigious gavel award, while junior Tori Rogers and senior Randall Littlejohn were awarded honorable mention for their participation in the 64th biannual conference. More than 18 Cleveland area schools and 300 students attended. Monroeville was the only school from Huron County that participated.
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NORWALK The following were the results of health department inspections of Norwalk-area food establishments and schools in September: FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS
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United Fund NEW LONDON The United Fund drive is within $740 of the $10,000 the community needs to raise by Nov. 15, according to Cathy Carpenter, treasurer of the fund board.
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Tom Gerrity, director of the Huron County Board of Elections, said he expects a moderate turnout today and voters should not have to wait long to cast a ballot. "The longest line I've heard of is four people waiting," he said this morning. "We had a couple of bumps getting our machines up and running.
4:05 PM Jul 25, 2010
Not too many things can intimidate a judge, but the thought of taking dance lessons left John S. Ridge feeling a bit apprehensive. Earlier this year, Ridge, the longtime judge of Norwalk's municipal court, and his wife, Joyce, signed up for the ballroom/social dance lessons offered at the Ernsthausen Community Center. The daughter of family friends was getting married, so the Ridges joined them and the engaged couple who were preparing for the wedding.
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CLEVELAND The "Dancing with the Stars" nationwide tour will make a stop in Cleveland early next year. The tour, which includes stars and professional dancers from the ABC hit show's first five seasons, will visit 37 cities throughout North America.
4:05 PM Jul 25, 2010
Voting started this morning at the county's polling places, and late tonight we'll all know who won. But for the meantime, here are the results from the Norwalk Reflector's completely unscientific online poll as of this morning. The polls are part of the online election guide, which will be available all day, just in case anyone needs to brush up.
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WAKEMAN The Wakeman Police Department raised about $113 for its general fund after a bicycle auction Thursday at the police station. Chief Tim Hunker urges all residents to register their bikes with police.
4:05 PM Jul 25, 2010
It's official. The St. Paul football team will meet Warren John F. Kennedy at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Div. VI regional semifinals at Ken Duke Stadium in Medina. At the same time, the Lady Flyer volleyball team is hoping to be playing for a second straight state championship at Wright State University in Dayton.
4:05 PM Jul 25, 2010
Norwalk Mayor Sue Lesch told city council she has already received resumes for the position of public works director, but the city will continue advertising until Dec. 1. James Sawyer resigned from the position as Norwalk's public works director unexpectedly last week. Council held an executive session to discuss personnel during Tuesday night's meeting, but did not have any announcement when they returned to open session.
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WILLARD The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) will repave the portion of U.S. 224 in the city limits within the next 18 months or so. City Manager Brian Humphress told council ODOT plans to repave the portion of the roadway between Austin Drive and Pamida and between Neal Zick Road and the city boundaries.
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WAKEMAN - The Wakeman Police Department is investigating suspected animal cruelty after someone found a cat Saturday with an arrow stuck through it. Chief Tim Hunker said the gray cat without a collar was still alive when police arrived on Hyde Street about 9:45 a.m. The resident had taken out the "target arrow" and then took the cat to the Vermilion Regional Vet Clinic in Wakeman.
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Jim Sitterly said the response to his campaign to gather 2,000 signatures to put an increase in the county's real estate conveyance fee before the voters is "overwhelming." "We must have taken in 800 names since we began Friday," Sitterly said.
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Below you will find an index of stories about the Monroeville Clerk's race. Check back, the list will be updated through the election. Reer has needed common sense for job - Oct. 31, 2007
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Below you will find an index of stories about Huron County Township elections. Check back, this list will be updated through the election. Eight Huron Co. townships have contested races - Oct. 31, 2007