December 19, 2014

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Juanita Barnes

Juanita Barnes (nee Bowers), 70, of Lorain, formerly of Avon Lake, passed away of cancer, Friday, August 24, 2007 at Community Health Partners Hospital and Surgical Center, Lorain. Mrs. Barnes was born, December 9, 1936 in Elba, AL and had lived in Avon Lake since 1955. Mrs. Barnes was valedictorian of her 1955 Enterprise Alabama Read More…

Diane R. Harubin

Diane R. Harubin (nee Kaczynski), 55, of Elyria died Saturday, August 25, 2007 at E.M.H. Regional Medical Center in Elyria following a long illness. She was born December 18, 1951 in Cleveland and was an Elyria resident for most of her life. Mrs. Harubin enjoyed bowling, traveling and collecting frogs. Survivors include her daughters, Julie Read More…

Browns analysis: Crennel needs to name Frye the starting QB

DENVER — End it. End the speculation. End the redundant line of questioning that hasn’t changed since the start of training camp. End the ridiculous line of answers that has followed. End the quarterback competition. Give the job to Charlie Frye. In the aftermath of a 17-16 win over the Broncos in the bowels of Read More…

Anner C. Little

Anner C. "Anna" Little, 74, of Elyria went home to be with the Lord on Friday, August 24, 2007 in Wesleyan Village of Elyria following a long illness. She was born in Lafayette, AL, coming to Elyria in 1953. Mrs. Little was a homemaker and had worked at the Elyria Country Club where she was Read More…

Browns notes: Shaved head doesn’t slow Brady Quinn

DENVER — Brady Quinn had a new look Saturday night but the same composure. The rookie quarterback from Notre Dame has a shaved head, as does rookie tackle Joe Thomas. “Just an involuntary haircut,” Quinn said, referring to rookie hazing. “I don’t know if it’s ever been this short.” Quinn was criticized by fellow former Read More…

Stricker ends title drought with win at The Barclays

HARRISON, N.Y. — Steve Stricker never lost hope, even when all the signs were stacked against him. He had gone 61/2 years and 146 tournaments since his last victory. Four times this year, he wasted prime chances to pose with the trophy. The worst feeling Sunday at The Barclays was seeing K.J. Choi pour in Read More…

Warner Robins, Ga., downs Tokyo to win Little League World Series

SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — Dalton Carriker couldn’t feel his legs as he rounded the bases. His home run in the bottom of the eighth had just given Warner Robins, Ga., a thrilling 3-2 victory over Tokyo to win the Little League World Series title. “I felt like I was flying, like Peter Pan,” Carriker said. Read More…

LeBron scores 21 to lead the U.S. past Brazil

LAS VEGAS — With big games from its three biggest stars, first place came impressively for the United States. LeBron James scored 21 points, Kobe Bryant added 20 and harassed Leandro Barbosa all over the court, and the United States clinched the top spot in its group by beating Brazil 113-76 Sunday night in the Read More…

Dixon takes over IRL points lead

SONOMA, Calif. — Scott Dixon took advantage of Dario Franchitti’s late collision Sunday, winning for the fourth time this season and taking the lead in the IndyCar Series championship with two races remaining. Franchitti, starting from the pole and beginning the Motorola Indy 300 with an eight-point lead over Dixon in the title fight, dominated Read More…

Williams sisters the focus as U.S. Open starts today

NEW YORK — As the U.S. Open begins today, the women’s title is considered up for grabs, with perhaps half a dozen serious title contenders. And yet this Grand Slam, just like women’s tennis as a whole, is in many ways all about the Williams sisters. Only one active player owns more major singles titles Read More…