December 19, 2014

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Robert W. Eichholz

Robert W. Eichholz, 74, of Lorain died Saturday, September 22, 2007 at his home following a brief illness. Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by the Schwartz, Spence, Boyer & Cool Home for Funerals, Lorain.  

Sophia M. Przbylyski

Sophia M. Przybylski, 93, of Avon passed away Tuesday, September 25, 2007 at the New Life Hospice Center of St. Joseph. Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by the Busch Funeral Home, 32000 Detroit Rd. Avon.  

Theodore M. Mathis

Theodore M. Mathis, 51, of Elyria passed away Sunday, September 23, 2007 at his residence following a lengthy illness. Theodore was born in Elyria on February 1, 1956 and had been a life long resident. He had been employed by Ford Motor Company until becoming disabled. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army and Read More…

Violet “Granny” L. Flint

Violet "Granny" L. Flint (nee Johnson), 89, of Lorain, died Sunday, September 23, 2007 at Anchor Lodge Nursing Home following a brief illness. Mrs. Flint was born October 9, 1917 in Philadelphia, PA and had lived in the Lorain County area since 1956. She worked at Lorain Community Health Partners in the housekeeping department and Read More…

William L. Wigton, III

William L. Wigton, III, 86, of Amherst, died Friday, September 21, 2007 at the Golden Acres Lorain County Home after a lengthy illness. He was born on March 21, 1921 in Peking, China, then moved to Lorain County when he was four. William was a 1938 graduate of Oberlin High School and attended Oberlin College Read More…

Careful what you wish for: Tribe needs to figure out how to beat Yankees, Red Sox

CLEVELAND — The good news is the Indians won the Central Division title and will make their first trip to the postseason since 2001. The bad news is they have to play either the New York Yankees or Boston Red Sox when they arrive. With the American League’s wild-card berth all but headed to the Read More…

Browns’ loss to Raiders still feels like a kick in the gut

BEREA — A cross-country flight home and several hours of sleep did nothing to make the Browns feel any better about their 26-24 loss Sunday in Oakland. In fact, having a day to reflect on the Raiders blocking Phil Dawson’s 40-yard field goal as time expired appeared to make Cleveland’s players feel even worse about Read More…

Browns notes: Failure to stop run could bring lineup changes

BEREA — After watching his run defense get run over in three straight games, Browns coach Romeo Crennel has seen enough. Pittsburgh’s Willie Parker, Cincinnati’s Rudi Johnson and Oakland’s LaMont Jordan have all had 100-yard games against Cleveland, leading to the team’s 31st ranking in the NFL in rushing defense and total yards allowed. “I’m Read More…

Elyria boys soccer team downs Amherst for first win

AMHERST — The guys in the red-and-white shirts dumped a big tub of ice water on Greg Leininger on Monday night and Elyria’s rookie soccer coach didn’t mind a bit. It was in celebration of the Pioneers’ 3-1 non-conference victory over Amherst, their first of the season after five losses and five ties. Amherst dropped Read More…

GM workers strike

DETROIT — In the end, the first nationwide strike against General Motors Corp. in 37 years came because the United Auto Workers want something that GM will find difficult to promise: Job security. UAW officials said the 73,000 UAW members who work at about 80 U.S. facilities for the nation’s largest automaker didn’t strike Monday Read More…