World champions in anything are pretty hard to come by for a city the size of Norwalk. The city did have one. His name, Steve Austin, or as many called him, The “$6 Million Man.”
Here are some of the big news items published in the Reflector on this date in 1999.
50 years ago, their threat became a reality in Norwalk.
Eagle player Howard Schild suffered a concussion and was transported to the Norwalk Memorial Hospital.
Big news in January 1951 involved one of Norwalk’s own — a young man who grew up on Elm Street.
Fifty years ago today, a storm that included 13 inches of rain broke through Norwalk’s lower reservoir, sending millions of gallons of water down Norwalk Creek.
Some newspaper editors in 1948 were just plain bullheads and blockheads because Truman seized the lead with the first returns of the night and never trailed.
Former Norwalk resident contributed to Lou Boudreau-managed team that won the World Series.
Seemingly, no one, be it the school board, or the administration, could see eye to eye on anything.
Here are big news stories from yesteryear.
At the junior high school, Shadle was known for teaching fundamentals in many sports.
Don Hohler shares the highlights from news events in the past.
Don Hohler shares the highlights from news events of 1968.
The St. Paul football team puledl off a huge upset, defeating Edison in the fall of 1969.
Jack Nicklaus signs golf ball for sportswriter.