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MUNICIPALITIES Bellevue
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NORWALK The following people recently were convicted of drunken driving in Norwalk Municipal Court: Constance Gillum, 23, 5 Countryside Drive, Greenwich. Violation date: July 26. Conviction date: July 30. Sentence: $600 fine, $55 costs, six-month license suspension and 30 days in jail, 27 days suspended and defendant placed on probation for a period of two years; credited with $250 and three days in jail time upon completion of alcohol intervention program (AIP); defendant shall abide by laws and have no convictions for two years; defendant shall show proof of restitution to the court within 90 days; defendant shall have limited driving only on proof of insurance and occupation from Aug. 10 to Jan. 26, 2008.
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Over the last couple years, the business world has been obsessed with the work of a Harvard professor named Clayton Christensen. Christensen writes about innovation, and particularly what he calls disruptive innovation. A disruptive innovation is an industry killer the car was a disruptive innovation to the horse and buggy or an industry creator the personal computer, for example. It's certainly the right topic for a professor to take on at the opening of the 21st century, when the number of industries being disrupted and of others emerging is far greater than at any other time in living memory.
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Toast all off of the area youngsters who are preparing for next week's Huron County Fair. Most people don't realize how much time is put in to prepare for the fair the long hours and dedication with animals, crops and projects. All we hope for is some good weather and a good time for everybody. Roast Barry Bonds*, who by this time Tuesday could be the all-time home run champion of baseball. Right now Bonds is sitting at 755 and is tied with Hammerin' Hank Aaron. As we have said before, Bonds* has had a great impact on the game and is a remarkable athlete, but all of the steroid allegations have taken the fun out of what should be one of the greatest accomplishments in sports of all time.
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By now I should know better, but the Huron County Fair still sneaks up on me in August. I know it has been in August for decades now, but I still think of the fair as a September thing.
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Main Street Norwalk (MSN) held their Upstairs Tour Thursday. It was a great event, touring Norb Smith's amazing transformation of the building at Seminary and Benedict was like walking into another world. Luxurious is an understatement and too easily describes the result of the last 15 years Norb has dedicated to working on this building.
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Miss Ohio 2007 Roberta Camp will be at The Erie County Fair Tuesday. Camp was crowned Miss Maple City 2007 in February in Norwalk and went on to represent Norwalk at Miss Ohio in Mansfield in June.
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AUG. 6, 1968 The top stories in the Reflector on this date 39 years ago:
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GREENWICH Fourteen national, regional and local bluegrass bands will be performing at Northern Ohio's largest bluegrass festival Thursday to Aug. 11. Performing will be Ralph Stanley II, Dave Evans, Vern McIntyre, The Larkins, Bluegrass Mountaineers and many others.
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John Schupp wants to "share the fair with the troops." Schupp, a professor of chemistry at Cleveland State University, wants to help families who have loved ones overseas get a piece of the Huron County Fair via their computer.
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A judge ordered a Norwalk woman to serve the remainder of a suspended jail term on the weekends Thursday. The court ordered Megan L. Derby, 21, of 7 Adams St., to report to the Huron County Jail on Friday to serve 88 days left from a jail term handed down in a 2004 misdemeanor case.
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Fisher-Titus Medical Center will have a booth in the Commercial Building from noon to 8 p.m. Aug. 13 through 18 at the Huron County Fair, 940 Fair Road, Norwalk. A variety of health screenings, information and activities will be offered throughout the week. In addition, the Helmets for Kids program will be fitting children up to 18 years old for bicycle helmets on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
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WAKEMAN Results from the Wakeman Homecoming Firemen's Festival. Baby Contest 0 to 6 month Girl, Kadense Zellnr; Boy, Cooper Allon Zunis. 7 to 12 month Girl, Lillian Harrington; Boy, Chad White.
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Jeff Franklin believes he can strongly influence the direction of a new library in Arizona. And for good reason: The former Norwalk resident is the first-ever librarian of the newly opened Dewey-Humboldt Library, in the town 85 miles north of Phoenix. Franklin worked at the Norwalk Public Library for 12 years and moved to Arizona earlier this year. He has been Dewey-Humboldt's librarian for about a month, and is preparing for the library's grand opening. In addition to Franklin, whose position is paid, eight volunteers currently help out in the library. Read the rest of this story in Today's Reflector...
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Are you getting tired of humdrum sports? Of catching the same bass in the same farm ponds? Or shooting just one more woodchuck? Or loafing along a creek trying for bullheads and sundaubers? If that's your problem well into this long, hot summer, there's a sport that's not only exciting, but just a little dangerous and not for the faint of heart. They call it turtle grabbing.
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HIGHWAY PATROL Jeffrey I. Adams, 45, of 726 Myrtle Ave., Willard, was charged with failure to yield the right-of-way Thursday in the collision with the vehicle driven by Sharon Jeffreys, 40, of 410 E. Walton St., Willard, at the intersection of Ohio 4 and Pontiac Section Line Road.
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It's Huron County Fair time again. Like the 4-H and FFA student exhibits and animal judging events, the library also shows stuffed animals and winning floral arrangements. The Town and Country Garden Club has been decorating the library's Christmas tree and mantelpiece over the holidays for over 30 years. Younger library patrons give the garden club's bear in the children's room first prize over our many stuffed storybook characters. At the beginning of summer "Reda" was wearing a yellow polka-dot bikini and now "Browser" is dressed as a detective with a deerstalker hat, trench coat and magnifying glass representing our "Get a Clue@Your Library" mystery summer reading program.
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The field for Huron County Junior Fair King and Queen is crowded this year as nine young women and six young men are competing for the titles. Here are profiles of the candidates, beginning with those seeking the queen's crown:
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It might be goats not girls gone wild at the Huron County Fair as one club alone is bringing more than 100 goats for 4-H projects this year. Diane Sergalis, advisor for Hartland Haybusters, said the 13 members of the club will bring in about 105 goats, almost double the 60 animals club members brought last year.
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MONDAY, AUG. 13 8 a.m. Fair opens (entries must be in place)
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North Fairfield Public Library NORTH FAIRFIELD North Fairfield Public Library presents "Books Meet the Big Screen."