August 27, 2014

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Marjorie Alberta Horning

Marjorie Alberta Horning (nee Bremke), 78 years of age, and a resident of Amherst, passed away Saturday, November 3, 2012, at Keystone Pointe in LaGrange, following a lengthy illness. She was born October 14, 1934 in Elyria. Marjorie was a lifetime resident of Amherst. Her primary focus in life was that of being a homemaker. Read More…

David Allen Dickson

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David Allen Dickson, 77, of the Elyria Wesleyan Village, passed away Thursday, November 1, 2012, while under the wonderful care of New Life Hospice, after having battled cancer since 2006. He was born in Lorain on March 29, 1935, the son of Orval “Bert” and Virginia (nee Love) Dickson. He graduated from Lorain High School Read More…

Charles Vernon Tubbesing

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Charles Vernon Tubbesing, 94, of Fort Myers, Florida, formerly of Avon, passed away November 2, 2012 in Fort Myers. Charles was a 2nd Lieutenant, in the Air Corp, trained as a Bombardier pilot for WWII. He was an avid reader who especially loved books about WWII. He had a passion for planes that stayed with Read More…

Rex Allen Mears

Rex Allen Mears, 52 years of age, and a resident of Amherst, passed away Tuesday, October 30, 2012, at New Life Hospice Residential Center in Lorain, following a year long illness. He was born September 24, 1960 in Lorain. Rex was raised in Lorain, graduating from Admiral King High School in the class of 1979. Read More…

High school football: Columbia runs past Archbold as quarterback Jay Banyasz runs wild

COLUMBIA STATION — All season, Columbia’s “Green Swarm” defense had carried the Raiders to victory. Saturday night, however, the legs of junior quarterback Jay Banyasz made all the difference. Banyasz rushed 34 times for 271 yards and found the end zone four times as the Raiders overcame a halftime deficit to defeat Archbold 39-34 in Read More…

High school football: Whitmer shuts down Shoremen

TOLEDO — Avon Lake has had plenty of nights when it’s won big football games and was the best team on the field. Saturday wasn’t one of those nights. Unbeaten Whitmer defeated the Shoremen 28-0 in a Division I, Region 2 quarterfinal game at Memorial Field with a stifling defense and a methodical offense that Read More…

Ohio State blows away Illinois, stays unbeaten

COLUMBUS — Now Urban Meyer has some time to prepare an unbeaten yet flawed Ohio State team for what he calls “the two big ones left.” Carlos Hyde rushed for 137 yards and three touchdowns, and Braxton Miller burnished his Heisman credentials by passing for two scores and running for another in the Buckeyes’ 52-22 Read More…

Browns believe AFC North could be ripe for a shakeup

The AFC North may soon be ripe for a hostile takeover. Baltimore and Pittsburgh have ruled the division for more than a decade, and stand first and second in the standings again this season at 5-2 and 4-3. But they have begun to show vulnerabilities. Many of their superstars and leaders are past their prime, Read More…

Girls soccer: Hawken ends Elyria Catholic’s run one spot short of state

TWINSBURG — Elyria Catholic’s history-making soccer season came to a halt Saturday on the artificial turf at Jerome T. Osborne Stadium. The Panthers, who on Wednesday became Lorain County’s first girls team to advance to a regional final, fell to Hawken School of Gates Mill, 4-1. EC was playing for a shot at another level Read More…

Campaigners making their final pushes

Voters weary of presidential election year politics only have three more days to endure the relentless campaigning. Even some of the candidates are ready for it to end. “We are kind of ready for it to be over, probably just as much, if not more, than the voters are,” Richard Ramsey, a Republican attorney running Read More…