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Thursday, July 10, 2014

If you couldn’t stay up, the Indians lost in 14 innings last night.

Final score: the Yankees 5, the Tribe 4.

 

A one-car crash in Erie County has left one person dead, and another, in critical condition.

63-year-old Ralph Russo of Findlay was killed early yesterday afternoon. His wife, 68-year-old Nancy Russo was flown from the scene, to the University of Toledo Medical Center. According to reports from the highway patrol, Russo’s SUV went off U.S. Route 6, near Northwest Road in Margaretta Township, and struck a mailbox and road sign, before slamming into two trees. Russo and his wife were wearing seat belts, and troopers don’t believe alcohol was a factor in the crash. U.S. Route 6 was closed for about two hours, while crews cleared the wreckage.

 

Police are investigating an early morning break-in at Discount Drug Mart in Norwalk.

An alarm sent officers to the scene shortly before 1am yesterday.  No one was there, but evidence found at the scene was sent for processing.

 

Cedar Point is doing its part, to get LeBron James to return to Ohio.

Park officials said yesterday that if LeBron comes back to the Cleveland Cavaliers, they’ll rename one of their coasters “King James.” LeBron has not announced his decision.

 

A busy night is in store, for the Norwalk Board of Education.

Tonight, the board will review applications from those interested in becoming the school district’s next superintendent. 11 people applied for the job, including current assistant superintendent Sue Goodsite, and former Huron City Schools superintendent Fred Fox. Board president John Lendrum said yesterday the board will likely set up interviews with four or five of the applicants. A second round of interviews will be scheduled later. Current superintendent Dennis Doughty is retiring July 31st.Lendrum said it may be necessary to hire an interim superintendent, for 30 to 90 days. In other business, the board will likely accept a bid of more than $222,000, to replace the boiler at Maplehurst Elementary, and the board is expected to approve a 10 cent increase in lunch prices. School lunches will be $2.15 for K-through-4th students, $2.30 for fifth-through-eighth graders, and $2.65 for high schoolers. Tonight’s Norwalk Board of Education meeting will begin at 7:30, at Norwalk High School.

 

For the second time in three weeks, someone has hit a huge lottery jackpot in Ashtabula County.

Yesterday’s only big winning Powerball ticket was sold in Conneaut.  It’s worth nearly $125 million.  In mid-June, a Classic Lotto ticket worth $72 million was sold in the city of Ashtabula.

 

It was one year ago today, that two small tornadoes touched down in Bellevue.

An EF-0 tornado hit Flat Rock Road, near Kilbourne Street, July 10th, 2013. An EF-1 twister initially touched down in Seneca County’s Reed Township, and continued intermittently for ten miles into Huron County. It lifted, near the Bellevue Reservoir.

 

Ohio is joining forces with other Great Lakes states to fight invasive, aquatic species.

Governor Kasich signed a mutual aid pact yesterday in Port Clinton with seven states and two Canadian provinces.  The agreement sets up processes to share research and resources to stop Zebra Mussels, Asian Carp and other non-native species.