October 1, 2014

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James Albert Kerr

James Albert Kerr, 87, of LaGrange, died at Medina General Hospital, on Sunday, August 12, 2007, following a long illness. Mr. Kerr was born in Pittsburgh, PA on January 19, 1920, and lived in LaGrange since 1980. He was a graduate of Lakewood High School in 1939 and served with the United States Army during Read More…

Eunice F. Sifling

Eunice F. Sifling (nee Forbes), 104, passed away Monday morning, August 13, 2007 at Mainstreet Care Center in Avon Lake, following a short illness. She was born April 21, 1903, in Cleveland, and moved to Lorain as a child. She was a survivor of the 1924 tornado in Lorain. She graduated from St. Mary Academy Read More…

Clifford Alexander Terry

Clifford Alexander Terry, 82, of Vermilion, died Sunday, August 12, 2007 in  New Life Hospice Center of St. Joseph, after a lengthy illness. He was born January 25, 1925 in Trenton, TN and had been a Vermilion resident since 1958. He was a WW II veteran of the U.S. Army. He was transferred from Ford Read More…

Yankees sweep Indians out of first place

CLEVELAND — The Indians’ Hall of Fame weekend was light on the fame and heavy on the shame where the hometown team was concerned. And it probably had something to do with the guests the Indians invited for the three-day event. The New York Yankees, the hottest bully on the big league block, stayed that Read More…

Tribe notes: GM Shapiro not panicking over recent slide

CLEVELAND — It is Indians general manager Mark Shapiro’s practice to meet with the media when his team is struggling. Sunday was one of those days. The Indians are 13-17 since the All-Star break, in a terrible offensive funk and have fallen out of first place in the Central Division, but though his club is Read More…

Browns’ Shaffer, Tucker toeing the line in new roles

BEREA — The quarterback situation continues to dominate headlines and discussion. Did Charlie Frye do enough Saturday night to earn the opening-day start? What’s wrong with Derek Anderson? How quickly can Brady Quinn get ready? But for a pair of right tackles, old and new, the man under center is an afterthought. “Honestly, it really Read More…

Tiger Woods closing in on history with 13th major title

TULSA, Okla. — The 13th major for Tiger Woods looked like so many others until he finished. His father is no longer alive for Woods to walk into his arms. His mother no longer travels to any major but the Masters. He now shares his triumphs with a wife and baby daughter, and the biggest Read More…

Jim Litke: Tiger thinks, therefore he wins

TULSA, Okla. — The best of Tiger Woods is still to come. We’re not talking about some indefinite time off in the future. We’re talking next season. Woods won the PGA Championship on Sunday by just two shots. He started the day with a three-stroke lead, saw it balloon to five and then shrink to Read More…

PGA: Sunday lowdown

SUNDAY AT THE PGA Winner: Tiger Woods shot a 1-under 69 to finish at 8-under 272 and win his 13th major championship. For those keeping track, he’s now five shy of Jack Nicklaus’ record. Thanks for playing: Woody Austin and Ernie Els made things interesting for a bit, but neither could keep it up. Austin Read More…

NHRA: Elyria’s Ray Connolly wins Super Gas

There was an Elyrian in the winners’ circle Sunday at the NHRA Lucas Oil Nationals at Brainerd (Minn.) International Raceway, but it wasn’t Pro Stock driving Dave Connolly. It was his father, Ray Connolly. Ray drove his Chevy Corvette to the win in Super Gas over Randy Nygaard of Watertown, S.D. As for Dave, a Read More…