September 16, 2014

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H. Louise Van Arsdale

H. Louise Van Arsdale (nee Keyse), 90, of Elyria, formerly of Columbia Station, died Thursday, April 5, 2007 at The Wesleyan Village in Elyria. Mrs. Van Arsdale was born July 13, 1916, in Brooklyn Heights and has been a resident of Wesleyan Village for the past eight years. Mrs. Van Arsdale was a graduate of Read More…

Nancy Bower

Nancy Bower, (nee Brown), 69, of Vermilion, passed away Saturday, July 21, 2007 at Kingston of Vermilion following a brief illness. Nancy was a member of the Avon Lake United Church of Christ. She was a licensed L.I.S. worker and a member of National Social Workers. She enjoyed being around people, traveling and reading. Survivors Read More…

Walter D. Lundberg

Walter D. Lundberg, 88, of N. Ridgeville and formerly of Elyria, died Wednesday, July 25, 2007 at his home. He was born March 19, 1919 in Monessen, PA and attended the University of Pittsburgh. He was employed at Bendix Corporation in Wilmerding, PA and was transferred to Bendix in Elyria in 1939, where he was Read More…

Bernice Stiles

Bernice Stiles, 84, of Grafton, passed away Wednesday, July 25, 2007, at Five Stars Adult Care Home, Avon Lake, following a short illness. She was born in Cleveland, and had been a resident of Lorain County since 1946 moving from Cleveland. Mrs. Stiles operated the Maple Manor gift shop on Main St. in Grafton during Read More…

James D. White

James D. White, 66, of Spencer, passed away Tuesday, July 17, 2007 at the Good Shepherd Home in Ashland. He was born May 21, 1941 in Lodi to Dale and Helen Hoffmeyer White. He attended Spencer High School and later served in the Ohio National Guard. He was a lifelong Spencer resident and enjoyed playing Read More…

Zip versus Dice-K – red sox 1, indians 0

Tribe bats give Sabathia no support in 1-0 loss CLEVELAND — C.C. Sabathia did nearly everything in his power to get the Indians a victory Tuesday night. Unfortunately for Cleveland’s ace, the Indians were powerless against Daisuke Matsuzaka and the Boston Red Sox. With Dice-K rolling to his 12th victory of the season, the Red Read More…

Miller time put on hold … again – Tribe Notes

CLEVELAND — It appears as though another season for pitcher Adam Miller, the Indians’ top prospect, will be marred by injuries. Miller, a 22-year-old right-hander with Triple-A Buffalo, has been shut down after an examination in Cleveland on Monday revealed inflammation in his right elbow joint. It is the second time this year that Miller Read More…

Lee, Westbrook seeking answers

CLEVELAND — Cliff Lee and Jake Westbrook have had it with the numbers. They need no illustrations, no quantitative facts to back up the obvious: Their recent performances have stunk. “It’s hard to really explain why,” said Lee, reflecting on his pitching woes of late. “I’ve felt good, but things haven’t been going my way.” Read More…

Stern: This is isolated incident

Brian Mahoney The Associated Press NEW YORK — David Stern blamed a “rogue, isolated criminal” Tuesday for a betting scandal that has devastated the league and threatened the credibility of every referee. A subdued Stern said he felt betrayed by former referee Tim Donaghy, the target of an FBI investigation for allegedly betting on games, Read More…

Elyria can’t stop Fremont

FREMONT — Who were those guys and what did they do with the Fremont team Elyria played in the regular season? Fremont Post 121 capped an awesome four-game display of hitting with a 14-3 victory over Elyria Post 12 Tuesday to earn the team’s first trip to the state finals in Athens. “Fremont sure came Read More…