Hawk High Dairy hosts open barn

Hawk High Dairy in rural Norwalk hosted an open barn Thursday.

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    September 14th, 2017
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    In a convergence of the visual and literary arts, two local men’s pieces will be among those featured at a Pump House exhibit, “BANNED: Art Inspired by Banned Books,” through November.

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    The Brookwood FFA has started “Socks and Sentiments for Houston,” a project to help people in the surrounding areas of Houston, Texas, following Hurricane Harvey. 

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    A juvenile female driver was cited for underage consumption and violation of the absolute-sobriety law Sept. 2 on the north side of Ontario, according to Ontario police reports.

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    September 13th, 2017
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    The 10th annual Rails-to-Trails Marathon will be Sunday, Oct. 8, at the Norwalk Village Park.

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    The Kendall American Legion put on its annual Labor Day celebration last weekend.

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    Kendall hosts gathering, all-school reunion

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    A part of the village’s Labor Day celebration, the Kendall All-School Reunion and Gathering was Saturday night at the Kendall Community Hall.

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    Ontario man arrested for third-offense drunk driving

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    Ontario police arrested Phillip Wallace of Ontario early Sunday on multiple charges, most of them related to alcohol.

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    Wilton Fall Harvest Fest slated for Oct. 14

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    Kendall Labor Day parade results

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    The results of this year’s Kendall Labor Day parade are the following.

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