Here are the top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 80 years ago.
Marco Larios “works very hard and always tries to do his best.”
Miranda and Megan Morley are daughters of Mike and Debra Morley, of Berlin Heights
Students earned scholarships through Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives’ Children of Members Scholarship competition.
Here are the top stories in the Norwalk Reflector on this date 52 years ago.
Norwalk mom overcomes addiction, graduates from program.
Five educators combined for more than 100 years of service to school district.
Annual event gives Edison High School students real-life skills.
Former students pay tribute to Jeanette Beabout.
Christie Lane, New London, South Central and Western Reserve students participated.
Teen Leadership Corps’ mini-dance marathon “brings great unity to the school.”
(UPDATED) Former election opponent asks Ohio congressman to resign.
Here are pictures and information from the Huron County Jail regarding new inmates from May 16, 2019.
Local ag official says tariff war might not affect farmers as much as some may think.
“Today’s announcement is a big win for American agriculture and the economy as a whole,” U.S. secretary of agriculture says.