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AUG. 14, 1964 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector on this date 43 years ago:
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From well-wishes to chastisement, the story carrying the headline "Spotlight on sisters Samantha, Savannah" in Saturday's issue has generated dozens of reader comments atwww.norwalkreflector.com. Here is a sampling: Oh Great wrote on Aug. 11, 2007 10:55 a.m.: "2 more unwed mothers with children, Odds are I'll be paying to raise the children for the next 18 years. Birth control girls its free at the welfair office."
9:00 AM Jul 25, 2010
It is a story that has to be told. When just finishing brings tears to a grown man's eyes, you know it is something special. As I walked away Saturday from the first Fisher-Titus Medical Center Maple City Triathlon, a man looked at me and told me what I already knew. "You have to do a story on Jim Collins."
9:00 AM Jul 25, 2010
Mannino's On Main marks anniversary Mannino's On Main, Antiques, Etc. will be celebrating its eight-year anniversary during August. The three-level, multi-dealer shop offers a wide variety of antiques and collectibles that includes furniture, glassware, primitives, post cards, local memorabilia, cars, trains and linens. It also carries reference books, coins, music (albums/CD's) and locally made candles. It features a Christmas area and a flea-n-tique on the upper level.
9:00 AM Jul 25, 2010
MILAN - Village officials will ask residents in November to approve a 3.5-mill replacement levy to provide operating funds for village services. The current levy has been in place since 1983, and generates a little less than $54,000 each year. If passed the replacement levy would bring in $113,000 per year, village administrator Bruce Bowie said.
9:00 AM Jul 25, 2010
Three positions have been eliminated at Huron County Department of Job and Family Services in order to "do more with less and being more efficient." Eliminated will be one administrator and one eligibility/referral supervisor position. Also eliminated was the public information officer Stacia Badovic. Marla White, Jon Kelley and Badovic were told Friday their jobs would be eliminated, effective Aug. 24.
9:00 AM Jul 25, 2010
They've both suffered experiences that might make an equestrian newcomer vow never to ride, or go near a horse again. But, a broken arm, injured leg and a nasty scar have hardly scared Sheree Whitelock and Chas Lang away. Read the rest of this story in Today's Reflector...
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BERLINHEIGHTS- The Berlin Heights Basket Festival had one day with dry sunshine and one day with liquid sunshine.
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AVERY The EHOVE Career Center Board adopted three-year contracts for the teaching and classified staff at its last meeting. The new contracts include a 2.95, 2.85 and 2.75 base salary increase over the next three years.
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NEW LONDON - The police department was recently the recipient of an $1,100 grant from the Firelands Electric Cooperative People's Fund, according to Police Chief Mark Holden. Holden told council Monday the money will be used for the purchase of plastic back seats for three cruisers.
9:00 AM Jul 25, 2010
HIGHWAY PATROL No citation was issued Aug. 7 in the incident on Ohio 99 involving the vehicles driven by Sherri L. Coburn, 44, of Shelby, and Theresa L. Burkhalter, 29, of 609 Lisa Lane, Willard. Coburn was attempting to pass another vehicle while heading south in a no passing zone. Burkhalter had to swerve off the east side of the road to avoid a collision, but hit a ditch.
9:00 AM Jul 25, 2010
Wakeman library WAKEMAN The SEO mobile computer lab will be at the Wakeman Community Library all this week, with classes offered each day.
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NEW LONDON - The fifth-annual Float Fly-in this past weekend at the New London Reservoir was a success, according to Bob James, president of the Firelands Float Flyers. James said around 30 pilots brought remote-controlled sea planes and planes on floats to the event, which was sponsored by the Float Flyers club and Nitro Model Planes.
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Twilight Gardens Barbra Wurzel a communion distributor from St. Paul Catholic Church held a communion for residents. Reciting the rosary followed.
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Kyle and Shelly (Swick) Marks of Columbus are the parents of a baby boy, Ryan Adler Marks, born July 28. Grandparents are Tom and Linda Swick of Norwalk, John and Lynne Horrigan of Norwalk, and Randy and Stephanie Marks of Columbus.
9:00 AM Jul 25, 2010
Country fans from all around Huron County packed the grandstands and surrounding area Monday night to see Rodney Atkins perform. The guitar player and singer started off with upbeat "In The Middle." a song from "If You're Going Through Hell," his most recent album released in 2006. He followed that up with another quick-paced song, "About the South," also from that album, as were most of the songs he performed. Two girls near the front had even made shirts for the occasion, with their backs reading "he's what I love about the south." Atkins got the crowd up and moving with one of his three major hits, "Watching You." He talked briefly about his son starting kindergarten and learning to ride a bike, and then about his two step-daughters, for whom he sings the next song, "Cleaning This Gun." The song has a definite southern sound to it, and made the crowd laugh and cheer with its lyrics about fathers intimidating their daughter's boyfriends.
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Monday's attendance at the fair was 7,692 the highest it's been on opening day in at least six years. Last year, the rain-soaked opener drew 5,770, which was down from 6,183 in 2005. Opening day drew 6,742 in 2004, 6,229 in 2003 and 6,260 in 2002.
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A Greenwich man died in a two-vehicle accident this morning at the corner of Ohio 18 and Greenwich Milan Townline Road (Ohio 601). The driver of the first vehicle, Earl R. Hartley, 76, of Greenwich, was killed and pronounced dead at the scene. He was transported by North Central EMS to Fisher-Titus Medical Center.
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Country singer Rodney Atkins wowed the largest crowd ever at the Huron County Fair with two hours of music Monday night. The concert, even with seating added to the track, was sold out for the first time that fair board members could remember.
9:00 AM Jul 25, 2010
A Greenwich man was pronounced dead at the scene of a two-vehicle accident Monday morning at the intersection of Ohio 18 and Greenwich Milan Townline Road/Ohio 601. Earl R. Hartley, 76, died after the 1998 Ford Econoline van driven by Mark A. Stockmaster, of Norwalk, made "full impact" with the driver's side of the 1991 Buick Park Avenue carrying Hartley and his wife, said Lt. Jim Bryan of the state Highway Patrol. The Norwalk post commander said charges probably will not be filed because Hartley was at fault.
8:55 AM Jul 25, 2010
AUG. 13, 1964 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector on this date 43 years ago: