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APRIL 18, 1961 The top stories in the Reflector-Herald on this date 46 years ago:
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College is a place filled with infinite opportunity. For many it is a place to make the treacherous transition from teenager to adult. Yet, adults often find new paths at college as well, either changing careers or making advancements in their current fields. College is a place for learning and creativity, a chance to discover the larger world and the many ideas and people that inhabit it. Therefore, when such an institution is the scene of horrific violence, death and tragedy as Virginia Tech now is after a student opened fire and killed 33 of his classmates Monday before turning the gun on himself it is a stark and brutal juxtaposition. It is a reminder amidst the hope and optimism of a college campus that the "real world" can be, and often is, cruel, cold and painful. While students and professors are testing the boundaries of knowledge, we must acknowledge that little rhyme or reason exists in the world to explain why such things happen to good, innocent people.
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Sanjaya must go. His performance in Tuesday night's American Idol show was, in the words of Simon, "literally horrendous." Read the rest of this story in Today's Reflector...
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Charlie and Jean Fisher, owners of Hillside Wood Heat, were presented Friday the National Dealer of the Year Award from Amaizablaze Corn Stoves. Read the rest of this story in Today's Reflector...
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A North Canton man is accused of fleeing a Greenwich home Monday afternoon with his 10-month-old daughter after a suspected domestic violence incident involving the child's mother. Kody L. Dewitt, 20, must post a $5,000 bond before being released from the Huron County Jail on two misdemeanor counts of domestic violence.
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Megan DeMaria, the 5-year-old daughter of Joseph and Susan DeMaria of Norwalk, recently gave a special gift when she donated her hair to "Wigs for Kids.'
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The runner-up in the bid to replace the outgoing Norwalk law director landed a nice consolation prize - assistant law director. Norwalk's current Assistant Law Director - and soon-to-be law director - Stuart O'Hara announced Doug Clifford would be his replacement.
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Huron County Sheriff's Major Greg Englund promises the county special response team takes each school bomb scare very seriously. "We don't take any bomb threat for granted,' he said.
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Two male Norwalk High School students are accused of pulling a fire alarm Tuesday afternoon and then fleeing the school that was evacuated for about 10 minutes. Read the rest of this story in Today's Reflector...
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WILLARD - Authorities are encouraging residents in New Haven and Richmond townships to report suspicious activity because of three vehicles stolen this month. Read the rest of this story in Today's Reflector...
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The former county human services building has a new owner - again. The building was sold Monday at a sheriff's auction for $95,000 to Milieu LLC out of Asheville, N.C.
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The following information came from a Willard city council meeting Monday: The city will be conducting routine hydrant flushing inside and outside the city from Tuesday through April 26. The purpose is to clear the lines of any built-up sediment. All water service customers should not wash clothes during times of flushing.
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HIGHWAY PATROL Adam L. Oney, 17, of 4819 Ohio 18, Wakeman, was charged with failure to maintain assured clear distance Monday after he hit the rear of the vehicle driven by Paul V. Ebinger, 72, of 6406 Mason Road, Berlin Heights, at the intersection of Ohio 601 and Gibbs Road. Ebinger's passenger and relative, Thelma, 69, was not transported for possible injuries.
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The staff of the Norwalk Public Library would appreciate people calling or signing up at the library to receive tickets for former Sen. Dick Schafrath's speech and book signing. Those registered will be eligible to win a copy of his new book, "Heart of a Mule: The Dick Schafrath Stories," which he will sell and autograph after the program. It is being sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
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Lt. Col. Marianne Bishop retired from the Air Force Reserve Dec. 31, 2006 after 22 years of combined active and reserve duty. She served from September 1984 until December 2006, during which she worked as a mental health nurse working in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. Her first duty platoon was Wilford Hall Medical Center, San Antonio, Texas, followed by Clark Air Base, Republic of Philippines, Weisbaden Air Base, Germany; Lakenheath, England, Seymore Johnson Air Base, North Carolina and finally Wright Patterson in Dayton.
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Local barbecue MONROEVILLE The Huron River Joint Fire District chicken barbecue will be held at 11 a.m. Sunday. Eat in and carry out is available. The menu includes half chicken dinner with dessert for $7.
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NORWALK - Construction on the $4 million track expansion project at Summit Motorsports Park is on schedule, according to Bill Bader, Jr., president of the facility. The Bader family will unveil its new facility formerly Norwalk Raceway Park at Saturday's season opener. Coupons for free tickets to Saturday's event will be available in the Thursday and Friday editions of the Norwalk Reflector.
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The woman who alleged she was denied multiple promotions because of sexual discrimination at the department of job and family services has sued the agency and its outgoing director. Nichole Baker, who began as a file clerk at the Huron County Department of Job and Family Services (HCDJFS) Jan. 12, 2004, filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the department, the Huron County Commissioners, department director Erich Dumbeck and human resources administrator Bonnie Richards. Baker claims she was passed over for five promotions and has suffered discrimination at work because of "Dumbeck's infatuation with her," according to the complaint.
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Incorrect information appeared in Monday's edition of the Norwalk Reflector. Jeffrey A. Resor, 26, of 33 Bouscay Ave., is not the father of Donavan Lykins.
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APRIL 17, 1943 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 64 years ago: