April 17, 2014

Medina
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Robert G. Hoisington

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Robert G. Hoisington passed away peacefully Monday, July 21, 2008, surrounded by his loving family. He was born Sept. 6, 1930, to Lucy and Raymond Hoisington in Athens, Ohio. He became a hairdresser in 1954 and owned and operated his own hair salon known as Robert’s Top Shoppe in Medina. He was a member of Read More…

Charlene S. McComas

Charlene Sue McComas passed away peacefully at her home in Ontario, Calif., on Sunday, July 13, 2008. She was born Nov. 8, 1947, in Wadsworth to Clyde and Viola McComas, the oldest of five children. She was a 1965 graduate of Medina High School and a 1969 graduate of Ohio Northern University in Ada, Ohio, Read More…

Martha J. Yoder

Martha Jane Yoder, 93, of Medina, has passed away. She was born in Alliance to Honor and Edith Reinhardt Keifer and was a lifetime Medina County resident. Mrs. Yoder was a homemaker and had many varied interests. She liked to sew and fish, was an avid bingo player, and helped at the Medina Senior Center. Read More…

Falling hook, line, sinker for the sport of ‘cat’ fishing

By ADAM FERRISE Special to The Gazette LODI — Fishing and family have always been connected for Jeff Arrington. Over time, Arrington’s fishing family has grown considerably larger. Two years ago, Arrington founded the Northeast Ohio Catfish Angler’s Tournament Series, a competitive cat-fishing league that has since grown in size and stature. Arrington, 46, of Read More…

Cleveland’s draft picks all sign on

By SCOTT PETRAK Staff Writer The rookies will be present and accounted for when training camp opens this afternoon. All five draft picks signed four-year contracts through 2011 Tuesday night and will be in uniform today when training camp opens with a practice at 3:30 p.m. Linebacker Beau Bell and tight end Martin Rucker were Read More…

James suffers mild sprain

By RICK NOLAND Assistant Sports Editor INDEPENDENCE — The bad news for the Cavaliers is star forward LeBron James got hurt on Tuesday. The good news is the injury doesn’t appear to be serious. James suffered what U.S. Olympic team doctors called a mild right ankle sprain while practicing against a select squad of young Read More…

Ranting, slanting, chanting

By RICK NOLAND Assistant Sports Editor Been on vacation for 2½ weeks, so let’s catch up on a few things with a Rick-o-chet around the world of sports: He’s retired, he wants to play, he’s retired, he wants to play, he’s retired, he wants to play. Is anyone else sick of this whole Brett Favre Read More…