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Nothing says "team" more than when a coach plays all her bench — plus several jayvee players. That's exactly what the St. [Read More]
It was ugly through three quarters, but the Western Reserve Lady Roughriders and New London Lady Wildcats saved the best for last. With both teams... [Read More]
The Norwalk Truckers traveled into neighboring Seneca County to play the Tiffin Columbian Tornadoes in a Northern Ohio League basketball game on at Columbian High School on Friday evening. The Norwalk cagers came home in defeat, losing by a... [Read More]
After nearly an hour and a half debate Thursday night on whether the Senior Enrichment Services (SES) board would accept a contract with Fisher-Titus Medical Center, allowing the agency to... [Read More]
I am privileged to live in our nation's capital. I am surrounded by beautiful monuments like the Lincoln, Jefferson and Washington, and impressive public buildings like... [Read More]
Jan. 20, 1915 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 102 years... [Read More]
Summit Motorsports Park is proud to announce that Edelbrock has been named title sponsor of the park's popular Super Series. Categories including Edelbrock Super Pro,... [Read More]
Terry Bohland, 67, lifelong resident of the Nova and Ruggles area passed away Thursday, January 19, 2017. Born February 25, 1949 in New London, to... [Read More]
Robert Lee Tucker Sr., 76, of Bellevue, died Friday at Stein Hospice of Sandusky. He was born Feb. 7, 1940 in Monterey, Tenn. He had worked as an... [Read More]
This week the kindergarten students in teacher Jennifer Nardecchia's class at the Norwalk Catholic School Early Childhood Center studied a unit on the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Enjoy these photos by... [Read More]
Despite comprising a shrinking share of Ohio's economy, the manufacturing sector still remains vital to the economy and labor market. Ohio should enact policies to strengthen... [Read More]
The following real estate transactions represent the highest and lowest amounts recorded in Huron County for the week ending Jan. 13: High: $1,476,360 - Donald R and Betty... [Read More]
Students from four area schools — Edison, St. Paul, Perkins and Sandusky St. Mary — competed in the annual mock trial today at the Huron County Courthouse. Twenty students comprised the two St.... [Read More]
The Norwalk High School Hall of Fame Committee is proud to announce this years Hall of Fame inductees: Robert Factor (Class of '62 Academic), Peggy Corrigan (Distinguished Citizen), Jim... [Read More]
The girls of South Central High School were treated on Friday to an inspirational presentation by Paige Wiers, the reigning Miss North Coast. [Read More]
D&D Winery is celebrating nine years of business in the Norwalk area. To mark the occasion, a celebration will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the winery,... [Read More]
The Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, is perhaps one of the biggest, and most challenged, pieces of legislation enacted by President Barack Obama during his time in office. It... [Read More]
Despite a stormy political climate and uncertain future, America's small business owners are confident. Really confident, in fact. According to a National... [Read More]
Many think of the presidential election, the change of power from one man or woman to another, as mainly affecting things on a national level, less so on a local level. All of... [Read More]
The president's job is to shape our country. That's what he or she does from the time they campaign until they time they leave office four or eight years later. [Read More]