November 27, 2014

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Critter Chronicles: Isis

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ISIS Isis is keeping an eye out for you. She’s a delightful feline that’s in need of a home. All she needs is for someone to visit her and realize what a nice gal she is. Isis has been waiting for her forever home since June. Please give her a chance. You won’t regret it. Read More…

The Hole in the Horn Buck …

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I don’t know how many times I’ve had somebody tell me about a “huge buck” only to be underwhelmed when I actually laid eyes on the beast. I guess it’s all relative, and when you’ve lived in the outdoors as long as I have, the uncommon gets pretty common. There are so many fine bucks Read More…

The Hole in the Horn Buck …

provided rav buck

I don’t know how many times I’ve had somebody tell me about a “huge buck” only to be underwhelmed when I actually laid eyes on the beast. I guess it’s all relative, and when you’ve lived in the outdoors as long as I have, the uncommon gets pretty common. There are so many fine bucks Read More…

Elyria mom charged after 3-year-old is found wandering streets a third time

ELYRIA — An Elyria mother was charged with child endangering after police found her child wandering the streets alone for the third time. Police arrested Latasha Andrewski, 33, Wednesday at her home in the 200 block of West Sixth Street after officers found her three-year-old son in the middle of East Avenue. A passing motorist Read More…

College basketball: Bucks avoid upset against Northwestern

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COLUMBUS — Usually, the two certainties at Ohio State each winter are snow and a win whenever Northwestern comes to town. For 37 minutes that certainly wasn’t the case Thursday night. Deshaun Thomas scored 11 of his 22 points in the last seven minutes and the 13th-ranked Buckeyes used a late 12-0 run to hold Read More…

Report: Ohio has overpaid millions to unemployed in past year

DAYTON — Out-of-work Ohioans collected almost $2.3 billion in state and federal unemployment compensation last year, though thousands of claims were over paid. A Dayton Daily News analysis of unemployment compensation data found one in five claims filed by Montgomery County residents resulted in an overpayment in 2012. The newspaper reports that the fraud totaled Read More…

Girls basketball: Led by seniors, Amherst put difficult season in past

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If the Amherst Comets had a team motto going into this season, it might have been: New year, new attitude. After ending the 2011-12 season with a disappointing first-round loss against North Olmsted, the Comets yearned to get back to work to ensure this season would not end the same way. “As soon as we Read More…

Lorain man with 32 driver’s license suspensions arrested

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LORAIN — A Lorain man with 32 driver’s license suspensions faces additional charges. Wilfred Lawson Jr. drove through a flashing red light at the intersection of East 28th and Grove streets around 1:05 a.m. Sunday, according to police Officer Eric Alten’s report. Alten wrote that after stopping Lawson, Lawson said, “It was a flashing light. Read More…

High school hockey: Panthers score 4 in 2nd period, shut out Eagles

BROOKLYN — Pressure. Pressure. Pressure. After a scoreless first period, Elyria Catholic turned up the offensive pressure, scoring four goals in the second period and claiming a 6-0 win over Avon in the sectional tournament at the Brooklyn Recreation Center. Elyria Catholic (15-10) will most likely face St. Ignatius, the top-ranked team in the state, Read More…

High school wrestling: Lorain’s Eli Garcia out to end his career on top

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Eli Garcia is looking for a successful finish to his high school wrestling career. Lorain High coach Jim Kudrin just wants his senior 138-pounder to have some fun. They’ll both be on the mats tonight at the Division I sectional tournament in Lorain. “It’s my last one, I don’t have any chances after this,” Garcia Read More…