October 30, 2014

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Luther Tony Miller

Luther Tony Miller, 70, of Lorain, died Wednesday, August 22, 2007 at Lake Pointe Health Center in Lorain following a lengthy illness. Mr. Miller was born August 25, 1936 in Dumas, AR and had resided in the Lorain County area for 40 years. He was a member of Worship Cathedral, Inc. in Lorain. He worked Read More…

Frank L. Pasadyn

Frank L. Pasadyn, 82, of Grafton, passed away Friday, August 24, 2007, at his residence after a brief illness. He was born September 8, 1924 in Grafton and had lived in the Grafton area his entire life. He was a member of Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church all his life. Mr. Pasadyn was Read More…

Elizabeth A. Fitch-DeMiere

Elizabeth A. Fitch-DeMiere (nee Woskobunik), 64, of Lorain, died Wednesday, August 22, 2007, at her home after a 2½ year fight with cancer. She was born November 16, 1942, in Brownton, WV and had resided in the Lorain/Elyria area most of her life. Betty worked as a nurses aide at the Lutheran Home of Concord Read More…

Bertram A. Kaiser

Bertram A. Kaiser (Bert), 91, went home to be with the Lord on August 14, 2007. He was born November 11, 1915 in Fremont, to Emmanuel and Alice Kaiser. Bert graduated from Central High School in Bellevue, in 1935. In 1962 he moved his family to Phoenix, AZ from Elyria. He was a Tool and Read More…

Indians, Westbrook zero in on first place

DETROIT — There was good news and bad news for the Indians coming out of Comerica Park on Thursday. The bad news was that a day after it showed signs of life for the first time in an extended spell, Cleveland’s offense went back into hibernation. The good news was that it didn’t matter — Read More…

Tribe notes: Gutierrez earns more playing time

DETROIT — Expect to see Franklin Gutierrez in the Indians’ lineup on a more regular basis the rest of the season. Cleveland manager Eric Wedge said the surging outfielder, who has been platooning with veteran Trot Nixon in right field, has earned more playing time against right-handed pitching. “He’s definitely worked to that,” Wedge said Read More…

Elyria golfers win another tournament

ELYRIA — Led by Alex Treuel and Kyle Lottman, host Elyria High won the Pioneer Invitational Tournament on Thursday at Spring Valley Country Club, the second tourney triumph for the Pioneers in the last 10 days. Elyria shot a 314 Thursday on a hot and muggy afternoon, five strokes better than it shot in winning Read More…

Browns analysis: Still more questions than answers

BEREA — Two preseason games remain before the regular season begins Sept. 9, but training camp officially ended Thursday after 28 days and 27 practices. It seems like a good time to take a look back at the most pressing issues facing the Browns as they began camp July 27 — and see if those Read More…

Browns notes: Crennel pleased as camp wraps up

BEREA — Coach Romeo Crennel walked away from his third training camp with a smile on his face. “Overall, I thought the guys’ attitudes have been really good and they worked really hard,” Crennel said Thursday after the last practice of camp. “It’s encouraging when you see a day like today and they’re focused on Read More…

Prep football: Players to watch, area capsules

Northeast Ohio / Lake Erie / North Coast Up in arms • Strongsville quarterback Tim Kamczyk (1,339 yards, 14 TDs). • Solon quarterback Zack Brillhart (718 yards, 6 TDs) • Elyria quarterback John Yeoples (874 yards, 11 TDs) • Elyria Catholic quarterback Cody Schuster (861 yards passing, 980 yards rushing, 5 TD passes) He’s got Read More…