Here are the top stories in the Reflector-Herald on this date in 1961
Vilma, a long-time resident Berlin Heights, was 86.
…used car sales! Here’s what else made Ohio families dissatisfied last year.
“Until Congress acts, we will not fully know the ramifications.”
Paul, an R.R. Donnelley retiree, was 77.
During last shutdown, Obama administration chained off playgrounds, barricaded monuments and even turned away veterans from the World War II memorial in Washington.
Ohio 13 sale in Greenwich Twp. tops this week’s list.
Chronic traumatic encephalopathy is marked by abnormal deposits of calcium and proteins throughout the brain, as well as by neuropsychiatric symptoms that range from tremors and memory problems to depression and suicidal rage.
Here are pictures and information from the Huron County Jail regarding new inmates for Jan 18, 2018:
Diagnosis ‘still feels like a death sentence.’
Oilman and pioneering corporate raider T. Boone Pickens’ Texas Mesa Vista Ranch includes 65,000 acres.
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s best estimate places the bald eagle population at nearly 143,000.
Court roundup: Local residents sentenced to jail.
ECOT closure reaction: "These bureaucrats wanted blood for ECOT challenging them..."
Republicans need some Democrats’ votes in the Senate but most Democrats say they will reject any spending bill that does not include a deal protecting so-called Dreamers brought to the country illegally as children from deportation.