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These guys are like a family. They'll tell you the same stories about life on the railroad. Sitting by the home phone (no cell phones, no pagers) waiting for that next call. Marking up on the extra board. Spending half of your life with the guys some you liked, and some you didn't.
6:20 PM Jul 25, 2010
COLUMBUS - Touch Down milk, a new Cleveland Browns-branded product line, hits the dairy case this week at northern Ohio Giant Eagle grocery stores. Distributed by Ohio-based processor Reiter Dairy, Touch Down lowfat milk is packaged in 16-ounce plastic bottles and is available in three flavors Choco-Dawg (chocolate), Nilla-Dawg (vanilla) and Straw-Dawg (strawberry). The milk bottle features the Cleveland Browns Dawg and the 3-A-Day of Dairy logo, which reminds families to get three daily dairy servings as recommended by the U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
6:20 PM Jul 25, 2010
WILLARD City Manager Brian Humphress told council Monday the U.S. 224 sewer lift station is back on track. The city had requested permission from Mercy Hospital to place the station next to the wellness center.
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M'VILLE POLICE A Sandusky Street resident reported the suspected violation of a temporary protection order between Nov. 26 and Saturday. Police forwarded a report to the Monroeville Law Director's office for review.
6:20 PM Jul 25, 2010
The Knights of Columbus is selling "Keep Christ in Christmas" vehicle magnets to promote the true spirit of Christmas. People often forget the real reason for the Christmas season while they are buying presents, decorating their homes, and attending parties. These magnets are a way to silently evangelize this sentiment. The illustrated magnets in the shape of the nativity scene are sold nationwide by hundreds of local groups to raise funds for their causes. They are displayed on vehicles in all 50 states and several foreign countries. Last year 200,000 magnets were distributed, and this year the number will be at least 360,000.
6:20 PM Jul 25, 2010
C3C Travis S. Root, a sophomore at the United States Air Force Academy, has been selected to serve as an instructor pilot for the academy's soaring program. Root will begin instructor pilot training next month with the 94th Flight Training Squadron. Upon completion of the program in May, he will begin teaching flight theory and flying skills to USAFA cadets in the TG-10B sailplane. He will then serve as an instructor pilot until he graduates from the Air Force Academy in 2010.
6:20 PM Jul 25, 2010
The Norwalk Public Library will be presenting the final session of Beginning Knitting and Beyond from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Monday at the library's meeting room. Projects will be individually taught and tailored to the experience of the participants. Attendance at any of the previous knitting sessions is not a prerequisite for attending this class. The class is taught by knitting expert Carolyn Cicillian, who also teaches knitting at the New London Public Library.
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cashby@norwalkreflector.com PLYMOUTH A red 1994 Pontiac Grand Am stolen from a Plymouth woman was found abandoned about two miles east of the village early Saturday morning.
6:15 PM Jul 25, 2010
PLYMOUTH - Western Reserve senior Adam Daniels banked in a jump shot from the key with two seconds left in the game Friday to earn the Roughriders a 47-45 win at Plymouth in an early Firelands Conference showdown. Western's Seth Todd grabbed one of his 12 rebounds on a missed Plymouth shot with 20 seconds to go. At the 11-second mark, the Riders took the ball out of bounds, after a timeout. Daniels got the ball, controlled it out front, and then worked his way into the key. He said he knew the shot was good when it left his hands.
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Dec. 1, 1948 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 59 years ago:
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n First Baptist This church, located at 67 E. Main St., will have a live nativity scene at 6:30 p.m. Friday and Dec. 8, with rain dates set for Dec. 14 and 15.
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After years of collecting cookbooks, browsing magazines for recipes and experimenting, Ruth MacMullin said cooking is one of her favorite hobbies. "I've got tons of cookbooks and I love trying new recipes," she said. Other hobbies for the 77-year-old are gardening, flower arranging, decorating for Christmas and staying involved with the lives of her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. MacMullin and her husband, James, moved to Norwalk last spring from Bay Village. Two of their daughters, Lois Conry and Katie Barnes, live in Norwalk. Daughter Jean Sandifer lives in Tampa, Fla. Six of their grandchildren live in Norwalk and the seventh lives in Bellevue.
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Week of Dec. 3 to 7 (All meals served with milk)
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The Miami University Men's Glee Club is coming to Norwalk. They will perform at the Ernsthausen Performing Arts Center at 3 p.m. Dec. 16 as part of their 100th anniversary tour. Towne and Country Players is hosting the event.
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n Hannah Eastman of New London, is a member of Hospitality Management Student Association at Ashland University. She is majoring in hotel and restaurant management. The purpose of Hospitality Management Student Association is to provide a forum for interested Hotel and Restaurant Management students to increase their knowledge and networking opportunities in the hospitality management industry, thereby enhancing their ability to pursue careers in this industry.
6:15 PM Jul 25, 2010
GREENWICH - The South Central Junior High will again be having their annual food drive. The Junior High Student Council, Greenwich Rotary Club and East of Chicago Pizza, Greenwich, will be sponsoring the project. Students will begin collecting canned and packaged non-perishable food items beginning Monday, Dec. 10 and ending on Friday, Dec. 14.
6:15 PM Jul 25, 2010
How do you make the decision to close school? As superintendent, making the decision to close school during inclement weather is often very difficult. A variety of factors are taken into consideration before a decision is made. When school is closed, many families are affected adversely and need to make alternative arrangements for child care. The safety of our students, however, is always the top priority in our decision whether or not to open or close our schools.
6:15 PM Jul 25, 2010
MONROEVILLE - Nicole Ruffing has been named Monroeville High School's Kiwanis/Key Club "Student of the Month' for November. Ruffing, 17, is a senior who serves as treasurer of the school's key club and participates in many other clubs and organizations.
6:15 PM Jul 25, 2010
AVERY - EHOVE Ghrist adult career class is offering a new program to help boost a decline in the pool of employees skilled in machine trades. Machining technology is the new full-time program designed to prepare students for entry into the job market as machinists and to prepare the career-minded student to become proficient in a number of skills used in machine shops. Instruction covers programming and basic set-up and operation of manual and CNC machines, blueprint reading, shop mathematics, machine tool theory and safety. This program will encompass the following areas:
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AVERY - The EHOVE police academy is offering the next session beginning Jan. 9 and running through April 24, 2008. Completion of the class is a requirement to be eligible to sit for the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy certification test. John Majoy, a sergeant with the Huron Police Department, is the commander of the academy. The program is 630 hours in length, consisting of 558 hours of state mandated training, plus additional classes in radar and laser certification, advanced DUI detection and physical fitness training. This course is approved by the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC).
6:15 PM Jul 25, 2010
Thanksgiving was a little different for us this year. We drove to Florida.