July 31, 2014

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New guard hopes fest maintains its lure

VERMILION — This weekend the city by the lake is gearing up to celebrate the bounty of the sea with a festival celebrating fish — and, not to be forgotten, fathers. It’s called the Festival of the Fish, and it is the must-do family event for residents. There will be parades, boat races, pageants, food, Read More…

Duct!

Tape creations to land at festival AVON — It is the silver, or not, sticky, and smooth, sometimes fashionable, sometimes practical, fix-it-all wonder — duct tape. And hundreds of rolls of the sticky stuff will be unrolled this weekend at the fourth annual Avon Heritage Duct Tape Festival at Veteran’s Memorial Park, 37001 Detroit Road. Read More…

Don’t change a thing?

Despite 0-3 hole, LeBron doesn’t plan to alter game CLEVELAND — LeBron James doesn’t want to change his game, sees no need to change his game and doesn’t plan to change his game. That was the word from the Cavaliers small forward Wednesday afternoon with his team down 3-0 to the San Antonio Spurs in Read More…

Bowen doing it all

Defensive stopper proving he’s not one-dimensional CLEVELAND — Somewhere, Ray Allen is smiling. Vince Carter undoubtedly shook his head. Allen Iverson probably muttered under his breath at the TV and Steve Nash cringed. They all watched Bruce Bowen lunge for dear life at LeBron James and clasp at his jersey as referee Bob Delaney watched Read More…

Greens giving field the blues

107th u.s open Doug Ferguson The Associated Press OAKMONT, Pa. — This was no magic trick, just Oakmont. Steve Stricker was standing next to his bag marking his golf balls before his final practice round Wednesday at the U.S. Open when he dropped one on the green. He watched it trickle around the bag, appear Read More…

Strange, but due

Tribe can thank weird sixth for snapping two droughts indians 7, marlins 3 Tim Reynolds The Associated Press MIAMI — Florida manager Fredi Gonzalez wasn’t happy when he left for the clubhouse three innings early. And the Cleveland Indians only made his night worse from there. David Dellucci broke a tie with a three-run homer Read More…

Getting comfortable

Quarterbacks taking to Chudzinski’s new offense, but Crennel still sees work to do BEREA — Charlie Frye drops back and hits Braylon Edwards between the numbers on a deep out. Then he finds Edwards on a comeback. Derek Anderson spots tight end Buck Ortega over the middle and zips a completion. Not to be left Read More…

Gaylord Charles Kruse, Sr.

Gaylord Charles Kruse, Sr., 83, a lifetime resident of Amherst, passed away Tuesday, June 12, 2007 at New Life Hospice Residential Center in Lorain following a brief illness. He was born February 29, 1924 in LaCarne. He was raised in Amherst and graduated from Amherst High School in the class of 1942. Gaylord served in Read More…