Local man offers to repair leaking roof at Ontario Community Hall for free

The seemingly intractable problem of a leaking skylight in the Ontario Community Hall kitchen got a new facet Monday evening, when Curtis Miller, a member of the local Amish community, agreed to fix it for free.

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  • Local Memorial Day services slated

    May 25th, 2017
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    The following Memorial Day services will be offered.

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    Teen killed in hunting accident was ‘devoted to agriculture’

    May 25th, 2017
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    Brookwood student Logan Ferries died in a hunting accident in rural Ontario on Sunday morning.

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    Royall performs pops concert

    May 19th, 2017
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    At the Royall Pops Concert on Friday night, the high school band and choir members group together for a photo during intermission.

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    N-O-W to look at forming virtual school

    May 18th, 2017
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    The Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton School District may consider adding a virtual school to its academic offerings, Superintendent Kelly Burhop told the board of education at its meeting Monday.

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    Clifton passes ordinance regarding horse-manure road deposits

    May 18th, 2017
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    “We were getting so many complaints, we had to do something,” Town of Clifton Clerk Mary Cook said to justify the board’s resolution banning the deposit of horse manure on town roads.

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  • Spring frolic

    May 11th, 2017
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    Laila Welter, Elizabeth Curtis and Lucy Tirado Lopez pose at the Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton Elementary School spring concert on Thursday.

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    Norwalk approves library expansion

    May 11th, 2017
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    Norwalk’s small public library is poised to double in size in 2017.

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    Work starts on new Kendall wastewater treatment plant

    May 11th, 2017
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    Work began on the village’s new, roughly $4 million wastewater treatment plant Monday.

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    Norwalk gets cost on new reservoir

    May 10th, 2017
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    The new Norwalk Village Board members, Katie Vian and Damian Dinger, along with Mike Wiedl, who returned for another stint as village president after a one-term hiatus, took their seats Tuesday night and faced a barrage of questions, accusation and general bad news.

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    Kendall Depot’s future remains uncertain: Heilman says goal is avoiding bankruptcy

    May 3rd, 2017
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    The grass is green, the scent of plum blossoms is in the air, and bikers are once again pedaling down the Elroy-Sparta State Trail.

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    Falcon girls overtake Cashton for regional title

    The Brookwood girls struck back at Cashton on Monday night after narrowly losing to the Eagles in a battle for second place at the conference meet a week earlier.

    Falcons rebound ahead of regionals

    It’s fair to say that Brookwood baseball head coach Paul Olbert wasn’t thrilled about his team’s performance in its conference finale at Hillsboro on May 18.

    Panther baseball conquers Necedah 7–4

    Royall hosted Necedah and held on to a 7–4 victory at Panther Park, scoring one run in the first, a pair in the third and four runs in the fourth.

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