Customers can help to keep electric rates lower in the future.
Gov. DeWine signs state budget bill this morning.
Family-owned company has other papers in Ohio and across the country.
Here are the top stories in the Norwalk Reflector on this date 36 years ago.
Farm bill authorizes Dairy Margin Coverage program.
School board leaning toward mandatory student drug testing
“One lane (will be open) at all times. Expect minor delays.”
House Bill 6 requires monthly surcharges on electric bills ranging from 85 cents for residential customers to $2,400 for major industrial plants to fuel a $170 million-a-year fund.
Here are the top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 101 years ago.
DeWine now has until 11:59 p.m. to sign the legislation into law.
The two-year spending plan now goes to the Senate.
The Buckeye State saw an average of about 40 pain pills per person distributed in the state each year from 2006 to 2012.
Prosecutor: Man “betrays that confidence and he corrodes that trust.”
The Internet has had images of people canoeing across parts of downtown Put-in-Bay.
Here are pictures and information from the Huron County Jail regarding new inmates from July 16, 2019.