10:40 PM Jul 24, 2010
Today I got a "Recipe Tree" letter in the mail from a friend of mine. Apparently, if I send my favorite recipe to the address on the back of the letter and send a copy of the letter to six other people, I'll receive 36 different recipes in the mail. It goes on to assure me that, because no money is involved, it's perfectly legal and I need to get it done in one week or I might ruin the whole thing. Read the rest of this story in Today's Reflector...
10:40 PM Jul 24, 2010
Allstate opens new office in Norwalk Allstate Insurance Company has announced the opening of a new office.
10:40 PM Jul 24, 2010
Norwalk City Council is planning to approve $25,000 from the city's revolving loan fund to help a new tanning salon get off the ground. Read the rest of this story in Today's Reflector...
10:40 PM Jul 24, 2010
WILLARD - Willard police are investigating a robbery that occurred Sunday morning at the Hy-Miler gas station . Read the rest of this story in Today's Reflector...
10:40 PM Jul 24, 2010
On Wednesday and Sunday afternoons, between 50 and 60 Huron County Jail inmates gather for one-hour religious services. Read the rest of this story in Today's Reflector...
10:40 PM Jul 24, 2010
A $2.6 million project to resurfacing part of U.S. 250 is set to start later this month. Read the rest of this story in Today's Reflector...
10:40 PM Jul 24, 2010
NEW LONDON - All the village police cars now have video cameras in them, said Police Chief Mark Holden, who spoke to council Monday. Read the rest of this story in Today's Reflector...
10:40 PM Jul 24, 2010
Nordic Walking is the fastest growing fitness activity in Europe. Read the rest of this story in Today's Reflector...
10:40 PM Jul 24, 2010
HIGHWAY PATROL Greg L. Henry, 36, of Bellevue, was cited for assured clear distance Tuesday on Sand Hill Road after his vehicle exited the roadway and struck a stop sign and ditch.
10:40 PM Jul 24, 2010
Food service managers often wish they had training available for employees on basic safe food handling practices. Person In Charge Food Safety Training, offered by Ohio State University Extension, may be just the thing. Read the rest of this story in Today's Reflector...
10:40 PM Jul 24, 2010
Soups, salads, main dishes and desserts can all be healthy. It's just a matter of how they're put together. Read the rest of this story in Today's Reflector...
10:40 PM Jul 24, 2010
Heartsaver CPR Fisher-Titus Medical Center is offering Heartsaver CPR training from 6 to 10 p.m. April 25, at the hospital, 272 Benedict Ave., Norwalk.
10:40 PM Jul 24, 2010
Fisher-Titus Medical Center's Cardiopulmonary Department has been named a "quality respiratory care provider" for the fourth consecutive year under a national program aimed at helping patients and families make informed decisions about the quality of respiratory care services available in hospitals. Read the rest of this story in Today's Reflector...
10:40 PM Jul 24, 2010
MONROEVILLE - Josh Eggleston, the village's new administrator, has been on the job for a week and feels he's headed in the right direction. "I feel like I hit the ground running," he told council during a work session prior to Tuesday's council meeting.
10:40 PM Jul 24, 2010
It's all in the line of duty. That's what went down Wednesday when Norwalk Police Sgt. Tom Cook was called to a Townsend Avenue location after a squirrel tussled with a German Shepherd-mix dog.
10:40 PM Jul 24, 2010
The plug hasn't been pulled quite yet on the hope for fireworks in Norwalk on the Fourth of July. Norwalk Veterans of Foreign Wars Post Commander Gary Felter said he met with VFW members Wednesday and the organization will begin looking for volunteers to help raise money for the show and guard the fireworks during the display.
10:35 PM Jul 24, 2010
APRIL 11, 1927 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 80 years ago:
10:35 PM Jul 24, 2010
The children's version of the "Aladdin" ballet that will play the Ernsthausen Performing Arts Center on May 6 is not open to the public. It is for a select group of area schoolchildren who have received invitations.
10:35 PM Jul 24, 2010
I would like to express my frustration regarding an issue that is before the Ohio House. This is an issue that all Ohioans need to make a priority, as it will have a drastic effect on our future. House Bill 119 threatens to pull the Ohio College Opportunity Grant (OCOG) from students seeking enrollment at a proprietary (for-profit) school. Currently OCOG is determined by financial need to students enrolling for a minimum of a two-year degree. Should HB 119 pass, students eligible for such funding will be denied the OCOG if they enroll in a school that is not state-funded. Since when does the government think it is their right to discriminate against citizens who would prefer to attend a school that is the best choice for them? Most students who attend proprietary schools are considered "non-traditional;" many are single parents, adults returning to the workforce or those who need to train for a new industry. Smaller, proprietary colleges offer a flexible, convenient, and less expensive alternative to reaching their educational and career goals.
10:35 PM Jul 24, 2010
I am writing about the recent drug testing debate: "Does It Work?" "To me it's a deterrent," said one person. Americans are teaching their children to be obedient robots, not intelligent people who use free will to make the right decision because it is the right decision. "Obey. Conform. Resistance is futile."
10:35 PM Jul 24, 2010
I'm not sure what has prompted me to watch it. I really am, deep down, a good person who just made a mistake. I apologize for it. There, I said it. Yes, I'm a fan of the Don Imus Show. I try to catch what bits of it I can in the morning at home and then switch it on for the final hour while at work.