April 17, 2014

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Critter Chronicles: Tanner

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TANNER Take time to meet Tanner. This handsome boy is a transfer from the Lorain County Kennel so not much is known about him. He’s been the perfect guest since his arrival and is friendly to everyone he meets. Tanner is probably around 3-4 years old and has a great disposition. To know him is Read More…

Critter Chronicles: Olivia

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OLIVIA Meet Olivia. This sweet girl was adopted a few months ago and just returned through no fault of her own. Her family had a baby and decided they had no time for her. Olivia is a quiet gentle girl and a little shy. She’s still a pup so she’s not entirely trained. Miss O Read More…

Critter Chronicles: Delilah

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DELILAH Introducing Delilah. This sweet girl is a transfer from the Lorain County Kennel. It’s hard to believe that no one snatched her up. She’s very affectionate and loving. Delilah is a young adult and has been the perfect guest since she’s arrived. Delilah gets along with everyone she meets. Kids in the family should Read More…

Critter Chronicles: Remie

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REMIE Remie was rescued from an abusive life and has come a long way since his arrival at Oasis. He has learned to socialize with other young dogs and walk well on a lead. Though Remie strikes a defensive pose when people approach his pen, he is shy rather than aggressive outside. This handsome young Read More…

Blue Jays 7, Indians 4: Perez can’t close it out

CLEVELAND — The Indians’ Opening Day celebration was going swimmingly until manager Manny Acta invited Chris Perez to the party. Cleveland got a sparkling effort from starting pitcher Justin Masterson on Thursday, and enough runs to win had Perez done his job in the ninth inning at Progressive Field. He didn’t, and the Indians and Read More…

Indians: Opening Day firsts

FIRST PITCH: 3:08 p.m., a strike from Justin Masterson to Yunel Escobar. FIRST HIT: Adam Lind leadoff double in the second inning. FIRST INDIANS HIT: Shelley Duncan one-out double in the second inning. FIRST RUN: Carlos Santana on Casey Kotchman’s ground out in the second inning. FIRST HOME RUN: Jack Hannahan three-run shot off Toronto Read More…

Indians: Opening Day firsts

FIRST PITCH: 3:08 p.m., a strike from Justin Masterson to Yunel Escobar. FIRST HIT: Adam Lind leadoff double in the second inning. FIRST INDIANS HIT: Shelley Duncan one-out double in the second inning. FIRST RUN: Carlos Santana on Casey Kotchman’s ground out in the second inning. FIRST HOME RUN: Jack Hannahan three-run shot off Toronto Read More…

Indians notes: Focus on winning for Tribe

CLEVELAND — Times have changed for the Indians. Rebuilding and developing players were the focus over Manny Acta’s first two years as manager, but this season is about winning, and Acta conveyed as much to his players during a team meeting Wednesday. The Indians started fast and finished slow last season, jumping out to baseball’s Read More…

Critter Chronicles: Charlie

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CHARLIE Charlie is talkative as well as entertaining.Charlie is a nice bird when he is away from his cage. But he is very territorial and will bite when his cage is being invaded by hands, etc. Charlie requires his weight to be monitored, so his new home must have a gram scale and weigh him Read More…

Critter Chronicles: Jasper

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JASPER If you’re looking for a mellow fellow. I’m your guy. I’m not much of one to play with toys, but I love hanging out in the backyard and waiting for the squirrels and deer to come by. I get pretty spunky then. I wouldn’t be much of a guard dog either, unless your valuables Read More…