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Archives for February 2, 2014

Charles Valentine Peters

Charles Valentine Peters, 91, of North Olmsted, passed away Wednesday, January 29, 2014, at the North Ridge Health Center in North Ridgeville. He was born in Cleveland and had been a resident of North Olmsted for most of his life until moving to North Ridgeville in 2003. Charles served in the U.S. Army as a Read More…

H.S. Wrestling: Pioneers peaking — have 4 champs, finish 2nd at Northeast Ohio Conference Tournament

GARFIELD HTS. — Don’t look now, but Elyria coach Erik Burnett is in the midst of assembling a team that could make another strong run in the state tournament.
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Super Bowl XLVIII: Big game has everything — high-scoring offense, stifling defense, QBs with different styles

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — This Super Bowl has just about everything a fan, a player, a coach — and certainly a league — could ask for. Denver’s record-setting offense versus Seattle’s relentlessly stingy defense. Coaches who actually smile and think football should be fun. A wintry setting, and the best two teams in the NFL. Read More…

Boys Basketball: Strong Lakewood team stops Elyria’s winning streak at 7

ELYRIA — Lakewood proved to Elyria what it’s been proving all year to its West Shore Conference opponents. The Rangers are pretty darn good. Lakewood methodically took apart the Pioneers on Saturday, 67-48, to put an end to Elyria’s seven-game winning streak. The Rangers are 13-2; Elyria 13-4. “Give Phil and his kids credit,” Elyria Read More…

Girls Basketball: Elyria Catholic shows toughness with comeback, but falls at finish to Lakewood

LAKEWOOD — Many times the true character of a team is more visible in defeat than in victory. If that holds true for Elyria Catholic, then coach Eric Rothgery had reason to smile Saturday after the Panthers’ 39-37 defeat to Lakewood in a West Shore Conference game. What could have been a disaster for Elyria Read More…

Rockets 106, Cavaliers 92: Cleveland rallies, then falls apart for another bad loss

HOUSTON — Jeremy Lin impressed his teammates with his first career triple-double in Houston’s win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday night. The Rockets were even more surprised that he achieved the feat coming off the bench. Lin tallied 15 points, a career-high 11 rebounds and 10 assists and James Harden returned from injury to Read More…

Rain can’t dampen spirits at Vermilion Ice-A-Fair

VERMILION — Organizers of the city’s annual Ice-A-Fair were hoping for better weather, but that didn’t stop people from coming out to view the ice sculptures, said Main Street Vermilion Co-chairwoman Janet Ruh. As many as 57 ice sculptures, created by Elegant Ice Creations, were on display in front of city businesses Saturday. Heavy rainfall Read More…

Oberlin Conservatory symposium demonstrates cutting-edge technology in voice research

OBERLIN — Attendees of Oberlin Conservatory’s Symposium for Voice Performance Pedagogy got an “inside look” at singers’ techniques on Saturday. It wasn’t the most flattering view of the participants, but doctors from the Cleveland Clinic’s Voice Center were able to fully examine — and project on a screen — the vocal chords in action during Read More…

Western Reserve Land Conservancy staff exhibits own art for land awareness

MORELAND HILLS — Imagine putting on an art exhibit with your co-workers. Keep imagining. Now, stop laughing. Unless you work in an artistic field, the idea of a staff art exhibit may seem a little … unnatural. But the Western Reserve Land Conservancy pulled it off and discovered an artistic community within its own ranks Read More…