October 2, 2014

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Online memoriam for Airman 1st Class Eric Barnes

Airman 1st Class Eric Barnes, 20, of Lorain, was killed by a roadside bomb while riding as a passenger in a lead convoy vehicle Sunday in Iraq. Barnes graduated from Admiral King High School in 2004, and was an Eagle Scout. He enlisted in the Air Force in 2005, and had already served one tour Read More…

Needed: Effort, wins

Cavs hoping home crowd provides spark CLEVELAND — The Cavaliers did it once, but no NBA team has ever done it twice in the same postseason. Cleveland earned its first trip to the NBA Finals by winning four straight games after being down 2-0 to the Detroit Pistons, but now finds itself down by the Read More…

Pitching falters early, late

mariners 8, indians 7 Indians fight back from 7-0 deficit, still fall CLEVELAND — In an ironic scene early Monday night at Jacobs Field, a flock of birds flew around the outfield while Indians pitcher Paul Byrd was on the mound. Unfortunately for Byrd and the Indians, so did baseballs. With Byrd offering up his Read More…

Cardinals make ex-Comet star’s dream a reality

Antone DeJesus knew the telephone would ring. The standout center fielder from the University of Kentucky had spoken with enough scouts and baseball draft experts that expressed interest in his abilities. But no matter how confident DeJesus was that he would inevitably be picked somewhere in last week’s Major League Baseball amateur draft, the call Read More…

McGuire leaving Elyria High

Lifelong Elyrian and EC grad approved as new Solon AD For the last 31 years, Mark McGuire has needed to drive all of one mile to reach his place of work. That’s about to change. After spending his life as a student and professional in the city of Elyria, McGuire will be moving on after Read More…

Sowers replacement to be chosen soon – Tribe Notes

CLEVELAND — The Indians still aren’t saying who will take the place of demoted pitcher Jeremy Sowers, who was scheduled to start Thursday in the series finale against Florida before being optioned to Triple-A Buffalo. “We’ve got a pretty good idea but we’re going to keep it under our hat, because we’re not 100 percent Read More…

Roger L. Garton

Roger L. Garton, 53, of Wakeman, died suddenly at his home Sunday, June 10, 2007. He was born on April 28, 1954 in New London, and has lived in the area his whole life. He was a 1973 graduate of Western Reserve High School and has worked at Certainteed in Milan for 33 years. He Read More…

Bonita J. Husk

Bonita J. "Bonnie" Husk (nee Walker), 66, of Grafton, died Saturday at the Cleveland Clinic following a illness. She was born June 12, 1940 in Elyria and was a lifelong Grafton resident. Mrs. Husk was a 1959 Midview High School graduate, and was a member of Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Grafton. Read More…

Julia E. Kish

Julia E. Kish (nee Moger), 93, of Lorain, died Sunday, June 10, 2007 at Community Health Partners Hospital & Surgical Center following an extended illness. Julia was born in Castalia on July 18, 1913, and had been a long time resident of Lorain. She was employed as a ticket seller at the former Crystal Beach Read More…

Anthony Piwinski

Anthony T. Piwinski, 87, of Amherst, passed away Monday, June 11, 2007, at Welcome Nursing Home in Oberlin following a six-month illness. He was born June 12, 1919 in Cleveland.  Anthony has been a lifetime resident of Henrietta Township. Anthony served in the U.S. Army in World War II serving in the Normandy Invasion, D-Day, Read More…