September 21, 2014

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Charles Wade Hallauer

Charles Wade Hallauer, age 83 of Oberlin, died June 23, 2007 at the Welcome Nursing Home of Oberlin following a short illness. He was born June 4, 1924 in Oberlin, OH. Known by many as Wade he had served his country in the Army and lived his entire life in Oberlin. He and his late Read More…

Cathleen V. Moyers (nee Moore)

Cathleen V. Moyers (nee Moore), 72, of Wellington, passed away Friday, June 22, 2007 at her residence. She was born in Gilmer County, WV. She moved to Lorain County in 1951 and had resided in Wellington since 1960. She attended Glenville State Teachers College and received her bachelors degree in education from Akron Univer-sity. She Read More…

Christopher “Kiki” Pacheco

Christopher "Kiki" Pacheco, 15, of Lorain passed away Thursday. He was born in Amherst, Ohio May 5, 1992 and spent most of his life in Lorain. Christopher would have been a freshman at Clearview High School in Lorain. He attended La Iglesia de Dios Inc., The Church of God Incorporation of Lorain. He enjoyed all Read More…

Dennis P. “Otis” Ward

Dennis P. "Otis" Ward, 59, of Amherst, died Saturday, June 23, 2007 at his residence while under the care of New Life Hospice following a lengthy illness. He was born August 7, 1947 in Lorain; and lived in Amherst since 1976. He graduated from St. Mary High School, Lorain in 1965 and received an associate Read More…

Tracy bullies way to win

Ruffles feathers in 3rd win in Cleveland CLEVELAND — Paul Tracy won the Grand Prix of Cleveland on Sunday afternoon, he just didn’t win any friends along the way. Tracy was involved in early crashes with Champ Car rookie Graham Rahal and series veteran Bruno Junqueira. Tracy lost a pair of nose cones; Junqueira lost Read More…

Denny’s Dozen delivers again

ELYRIA — Denny’s Dozen turned on the power button Sunday afternoon and zapped Ryan-St. Marie Insurance 12-7 at North Park. It was the second straight title for the team from Elyria North Little League but first at this level. Denny’s Dozen won the Majors city championship Sunday, following its city title in Minor A last Read More…

Lease pitches Parker to title

ELYRIA — Why buy when you can “Lease”? Right-hander Jacob Lease was just about untouchable in pitching Parker Aerospace past Hershey’s, 11-0, in the Little League Minor A (age 10-12) city championship Sunday at Little League North. Lease struck out 10 in five innings, allowing only two hits and three baserunners. Limited to 75 pitches Read More…

Strickland praised for data theft response

COLUMBUS — Gov. Ted Strickland’s response to the theft of a computer storage device containing information on thousands of state workers and Ohio citizens has won mostly praise from experts in communications and crisis management. Strickland, a Democrat who took office in January, announced on June 15 that a computer storage tape had been stolen Read More…

In Youngstown, acceptance is first battle

M.R. Kropko The Associated Press   YOUNGSTOWN — The panoramic view from the front steps of Loretta Bares’ modest hillside home says a lot about this old, industrial Northeast Ohio city. The houses, generally well kept, are a testament to a time when steel jobs were abundant. But two abandoned houses with broken out windows Read More…

Second Suspect charged

Woman went to school with Cutts Jr.    Coroner verifies body is Jessie Davis From wire reports LAKE TOWNSHIP  — The sign taped outside the door to Logos Baptist Assembly on Sunday morning read: “No Media Allowed.” Just two days earlier, the Rev. C.A. Richmond Sr. had invited everyone, including reporters, to witness a spiritual ceremony Read More…