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Basketball - And Something Dark

One day you’re a hero, the next you’re a bum.

I’m sure that’s not how Norwalk, Ohio felt about their High School Basketball team, but one might be excused for thinking so from the way the newspapers covered their games. 285 more words

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Young Folks to Dance

January 18, 1907 fell on a Friday in 1907. That day, the Norwalk Evening Herald had a short article for the next day, announcing a dance would be held Saturday evening for certain young people of the town, sponsored by the Omicon Pi Club of Sandusky. 270 more words

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Circus on the Frontier

Over the weekend, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus announced that they will close after 146 years in business due to declining attendance and higher costs, coupled with protests by animal rights groups. 458 more words

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Anti Saloon League

In yesterday’s post, we looked at what the citizens of Norwalk were up to on Sunday, 110 years before. According to the Norwalk Reflector… 373 more words

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Another Day in the Life of Norwalk, Ohio - January 10, 1907

I noticed something interesting while perusing Norwalk’s newspapers of 110 years ago: there is scant mention of the U.S. President compared to the obsession with the office in today’s news. 399 more words

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A Day in the Life of Norwalk, Ohio - January 9, 1907

The middle of the first full week of 1907 fell on a Wednesday. In today’s post, we’ll take a look at what the Norwalk High School Class of 1907… 509 more words

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Christmas Day 1906 in Norwalk, Ohio - Family and Charity

Go to Christmas Eve 1906 Post

Christmas Day in 1906 fell on a Tuesday. In Norwalk, Ohio, neither newspaper published on that day, but their editions for Christmas Eve and the day after Christmas paint a picture of a holiday of celebration and good will. 754 more words

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