August 21, 2014

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Airman First Class Eric Michael Barnes

Airman First Class Eric Michael Barnes died on June 10, 2007, near FOB Scania, Iraq in the service of his country. A1C Barnes was in the lead vehicle that sustained a roadside bomb attack. A1C Barnes was born in Lorain on July 30, 1986. He was a a member of the Emmanuel United Methodist Church Read More…

Robert Roy Cornelius

Robert Roy Cornelius, 86, and a resident of Amherst, passed away Friday, June 15, 2007 at North Ridge Health Care Center in North Ridgeville following  a brief illness. He was born March 25, 1921 in Lorain, where he was raised and graduated from Lorain High School. He has been a resident of Amherst for the Read More…

Ruford D. Freeman

Ruford D. Freeman, 77, of Lorain died Friday morning, June 15, 2007 in his home following  a three month illness of cancer.  He was born on June 1, 1930 in Wise County, VA. Mr. Freeman lived in Wise County until 1952 when he moved to Lorain where he resided for the remainder of his life. Read More…

Richard Coe Ninde

Richard Coe Ninde, dearly beloved, died June 14th, 2007, in residence at Kendal at Oberlin surrounded by family and friends. Born March 17, 1917 in Fort Wayne, IN, he was the third son of Daniel and Margaret Coe Ninde. Richard graduated from Andover in 1935, Harvard in 1939, and Harvard Business School in 1941. He Read More…

Barbara B. Titus

Barbara B. Titus (nee Graybill). 72. passed away June 15, 2007 at Elyria Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Titus graduated from Massillon Washington High school, attended Miami of Ohio University and worked in the Elyria School system as a teacher until she retired in 1995.  She enjoyed watching the Indians and the Browns. Beloved wife of Richard Read More…

Baddeley braces for Tiger

Aussie leads by 2after strong finish Doug Ferguson The Associated Press OAKMONT, Pa. — Aaron Baddeley dug his feet in the sand and trained his eyes on a golf ball buried in thick grass at the base of a bunker. He was staring at a third straight bogey Saturday at the U.S. Open, each one Read More…

No offense, Z, but this wasn’t best Cavs team

Zydrunas Ilgauskas, a lovely man, probably the most liked person in the Cavaliers organization, is also the best interview because he’s thoughtful, he’s smart and he’s honest. Ilgauskas speaks from the heart. One morning last week, the day before the Cavs’ season ended in a fourth straight loss to the San Antonio Spurs, Ilgauskas reflected Read More…

Braves get best of Byrd

braves 6, indians 2 Starter struggles again; so does Tribe offense CLEVELAND — Paul Byrd’s margin for error isn’t measured in miles per hour as much as tenths of an inch. When he is painting the outer reaches of the strike zone, dancing in and off the plate and keeping the ball down, Byrd can Read More…

Gutierrez ‘ready for anything’ – Tribe Notes

Indians platoon outfielder steadily improving despite limited playing time CLEVELAND — Sometimes the waiting is unbearable. The uncertainty can grind at the soul. Still, Franklin Gutierrez keeps his glove ready and his mind sharp. It’s life as a platoon outfielder. Gutierrez plays fifth fiddle with the Cleveland Indians. His most natural position, center field, is Read More…

Commission won’t OK razing Cleveland tower

CLEVELAND — The razing of a landmark downtown tower is off — for now — since the city’s planning commission refused to approve its demolition to make way for a county government complex. City Planning Commission Chairman Tony Coyne criticized county officials for not seriously considering saving the 29-story Ameritrust tower as part of the Read More…