Columnist fondly remembers former Huron County resident Richard D. Hendrickson, who passed away recently.
How can you get on a “duck boat” and end up dead?
Columnist says if you have children or grandchildren who haven’t tried Norwalk’s new splash pad yet, try it.
Abraham Lincoln Birthplace, a National Historical Park, is located about three miles south of Hodgenville, Ky., on U.S. 31.
Quest to finding missing external hard drive ends with teary-eyed experience.
Columnist shares visit with husband’s father.
This is about justice, not politics.
Columnist discusses “RBG” — the documentary about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
While scenic, places outside Norwalk can seem like, well, a nightmare.
North Coast Inland Trail is wonderful place to walk.
After graduating from Norwalk High in 1988, Laura Owens has become a nationally known artist.
What’s black and white and red (read) all over?
Her favorite book for all time? “To Kill A Mockingbird” by Harper Lee.
In the Eastern U.S., if you greet people you don’t know with a friendly “hello” and a smile, don’t be offended if they don’t smile back.
You can find her on Facebook, but you will find the real Debbie Leffler in the kitchen, cooking dinner, wishing for more human interaction.