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Police blotter: Nov. 9, 2007

County sheriff Friday, Nov. 2 1:05 a.m. – 41500 block North Ridge Road, Elyria Township, a man at Glitter Nite Club said he was robbed at gunpoint. Saturday, Nov. 3 8:30 a.m. – 12100 block Eaton Commerce Parkway, Eaton Township, a window was smashed and a radiator stolen from a vehicle. Sunday, Nov. 4 1:42 Read More…

Ohio State tackle Kirk Barton having a blast during his senior season

COLUMBUS – Kirk Barton is the anti-Tressel. Ohio State coach Jim Tressel strolls the sideline, necktie in a perfect knot, not a hair out of place and with a personality to match. Barton, on the other hand, is a boisterous, hard-living offensive tackle. He`s also one of the top-ranked Buckeyes` captains – a decision Tressel Read More…

Raymond Joseph Bouchonville

Raymond Joseph Bouchonville, 79, of Oberlin, passed away Wednesday, November 7, 2007, at The Rehab and Nursing Center at Firelands in New London after a long illness. He was born July 12, 1928 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. He attended UEI of Chicago working toward a degree in mechanical engineering with advanced studies in electric engineering. Read More…

Vivian L. Frick

Vivian L. Frick (nee Hecker), 83, of Avon Lake, formerly of Lorain, died early Thursday morning, November 8, 2007 at the Main Street Care Center in Avon Lake, following a long illness. Mrs. Frick was born in Lorain on October 25, 1924 and was a life long resident. She was a graduate of Lorain High Read More…

Grafton/LaGrange police blotter: Nov. 9, 2007

LaGrange police Thursday, Nov. 1 3:25 p.m. – 17300 block Whitehead Road, unruly juvenile. Saturday, Nov. 3 10:40 a.m. – Intersection of East Main and Church streets, Ned Fleck, 49, 41300 block Biggs Road, LaGrange, charged with driving under suspension. 1 p.m. – 100 block Harmon Court, boy bitten by dog. Grafton police Wednesday, Oct. Read More…

Cleveland State women’s basketball relying on young players’ quick maturation

CLEVELAND – Cleveland State coach Kate Peterson Abiad said the best thing about freshmen is they become sophomores. When one of those former freshmen is Kailey Klein, that statement becomes even more accurate. Klein, a 5-foot-11 guard from Cherry, Ill., had what might have been the best season any freshman has had in the history Read More…

Local roundup: Nov. 9, 2007

Man robs adult store at gunpoint SHEFFIELD TWP. – A man wielding a pistol made off Tuesday afternoon with $307 from an adult store after holding the cashier at gunpoint, according to a sheriff’s report. A man in large green coat with dreadlocks and a nylon bandana over his face walked into Teddy Wears at Read More…