Here is the top stories in the Norwalk Reflector on this date in 1972
Open enrollment to choose ACA Exchange Plans ends Friday.
The 67-year-old local man pleaded guilty to 20 felonies, mostly related to drug crimes.
ExploreAg program will be launched this summer.
Norwalk man, who served on the Western Reserve school board and was part owner of US 20 Auto Parts, was 83.
Sandusky woman was 85.
School is out and children are taking advantage of it.
Progressive Insurance scheduled to hire 7,500-plus employees in 2018 — about 1,300 of them in Northeast Ohio.
Vanessa, who retired from Pepperidge Farms, was 63.
Huron County’s clerk of courts honored by state association.
Older patients, who have greater difficulty metabolizing medicines, are more likely to suffer dizziness, confusion and falls.
Here are pictures and information from the Huron County Jail regarding new inmates for Dec. 13, 2017:
Republicans are working to repeal a key element of the health law in the tax bill Congress is negotiating.
Rep. Jim Jordan: “There’s just no way it’s just anti-Trump text messages that got Peter Strzok — Mr. James Bond super agent — kicked off Mueller’s team.”
Many of staff members give of their time and money to provide for students’ basic needs throughout school year.