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Four of the suspects indicted this month by an Erie County grand jury are Huron County residents. Patrick "Pablo" S. Ringle, 18, of 33 1/2 Woodlawn Ave., was charged with theft in connection with stealing rings, DVDs, video games and a video game system from his grandmother's home, Erie County Assistant Prosecutor Vicki Palmer said.
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GREENWICH County Commissioner Mike Adelman attended the South Central Board of Education meeting Monday night and read a proclamation from the commissioners recognizing the South Central baseball team. The Trojans won the Div. IV sectional, district and regional championships and reached the state semifinals.
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AVERY Nurse Practioner Margaret Sullivan served as the featured speaker at the graduation ceremony of the EHOVE School of Practical Nursing. Commencement for the 83 students from the part-time and full-time classes took place Tuesday at the Ernsthausen Performing Arts Center at Norwalk High School. This was the 16th full-time, eighth part-time evening class and fourth part-time day class of the EHOVE School of Practical Nursing to complete the course, which successfully meets the standards as set by the Ohio Board of Nursing and the EHOVE Board of Education.
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Norwalk leaders have offered their advice to a similar town near Youngstown and they will receive the same in a few weeks. Norwalk and Salem have teamed up to get "a snapshot" of each others towns, said Safety Service Director Dale Sheppard. Sheppard, Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Melissa James, Economic Development Director Bethany Dentler, Huron County Development Council Executive Director Jim Wiedenheft and then Main Street Norwalk President Cheri Gersak all toured the 12,000 person city of Salem last year.
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Members of the senior class of Norwalk High School held a Baccalaureate Service June 1 at the school. A baccalaureate is a sermon delivered to a graduating class.
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A Norwalk man reportedly broke into a North Pleasant Street home early Sunday morning. Mark A. Noller Jr., 31, most recently of 11 Rule St., is accused of stealing $50, a cell phone and "a bunch of food" during the burglary, Norwalk Assistant Law Director T. Douglas Clifford said.
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NORWALK FIRE Assisted North Central EMS with a patient at 12 Breezewood Drive at 1:44 p.m. Tuesday. Returned to station at 2.
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Movie in the Park The Norwalk Jaycees are hosting a Movie in the Park Friday at Jaycee Park, on Pleasant Street in Norwalk. Families who attended the showing of Disney's "Cars" last month voted on what the next movie would be, and they picked the new "Charlotte's Web," starring Dakota Fanning and Julia Roberts. The movie will start as soon as it's dark enough, about 9:30. There will be candy and pop available for sale. Call (419) 706-7545 with any questions. Indoor yard sale
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A Wakeman woman was sentenced Tuesday to 17 months in prison for having sex with a 15-year-old relative and was classified as a habitual sex offender. Vickie Todd, 34, of 4467 Seminary St., will be required to register and update her address annually with the Huron County Sheriff's Office for the next 20 years. On April 4, she pleaded guilty to an amended count of attempted sexual battery for the offense that happened about Jan. 1, 2006.
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Lock her up and throw away the key. That's the verdict issued by voters in the Reflector's latest online poll: "Does Paris Hilton deserve to be in jail?"
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The bad news is, water and sewer rates are going to go up every year for the next five years. The good news is, the size of the increases will not be larger than residents are already seeing on average. Norwalk City Council heard a presentation Tuesday night from its consultant on the long-term capital improvement plan, Prism Municipal Advisors. The city is facing many Environmental Protection Agency mandated sewer and water projects and is exploring options to finance these projects, which will total more than $15 million.
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A Wakeman woman was sentenced Tuesday to 17 months in prison for having sex with a 15-year-old relative and was classified as a habitual sex offender. Vickie Todd, 34, of 4467 Seminary St., will be required to register and update her address annually with the Huron County Sheriff's Office for the next 20 years after serving her prison term. She pleaded guilty April 4 to an amended count of attempted sexual battery for the offense that happened about Jan. 1, 2006.
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JUNE 19, 1965 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector on this date 42 years ago:
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NORWALK HIGH Principal's List
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Ohio voters' have hit the jackpot at least on the issue of gambling. Rather than have a government that ignores the clear will of its citizens, Gov. Ted Strickland has followed the voters' lead and taken a hard-line stance against gambling. In November, voters overwhelmingly shot down a proposal to allow slot machines at the state's seven race tracks. At issue recently have been video game consoles found at some bars and restaurants that work like slot machines with potential payouts.
4:20 AM Jul 25, 2010
Semper Fi, times two. Jean Vanderpool and her husband, Bob, have had quite a spring. Jean's 21-year-old son, Steven, graduated May 18 from Parris Island, S.C., and the new Marine is now at Camp Lejeune, N.C.
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County treasurer to visit Willard WILLARD For Willard residents wishing to pay property taxes in person without driving to Norwalk, Huron County Treasurer Kathleen Schaffer will be at the Willard Senior Center, 315 E. Tiffin St., from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 26 for collection. You are asked to pay with a check or money order. No credit/debit card will be accepted. The tax bill must be presented at the time of payment. This is the only day the treasurer will be in Willard. Second-half property taxes are due by 4:30 p.m. July 13. The treasurer's office is located at 16 E. Main St. in Norwalk. N.L. spring cleanup
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NORWALK The following people were recently convicted of crimes in Norwalk Municipal Court, Judge John Ridge presiding: Jeremy D. Kelsey, 23, 4453 Ohio 60, Wakeman; two counts dog at large; conviction date: June 6; total fines, $50; total costs, $66.
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COLLINS - Western Reserve Alumni Association met June 9 for the annual meeting and banquet. Out-of-state members and guests came from California, Texas, Maryland, Connecticut, Florida, West Virginia and Kentucky. President Leon Yun called the meeting to order after the Boy Scout Troop 242 presented the colors.
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A Norwalk man has been charged with insurance fraud and identity fraud felonies in connection with trying to pass off his friend, who was wanted on unrelated warrants, as himself. The injured 33-year-old friend didn't feel comfortable with the situation in which Robert A. Strader, 52, of 23 Newton St., Apt. D8, offered to have him use his identification, Norwalk Assistant Law Director T. Douglas Clifford said.
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NEW LONDON - More than 200 alumni and friends gathered Saturday for the 116th New London High School Alumni Banquet, held in the school cafetorium with the dinner provided by Catering by Design. Alumni Association President Stu Cooke conducted the proceedings, and New London Superintendent Jim Eibel was the speaker.