April 21, 2014

Medina
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Thomas Dempsey

Thomas Dempsey, 80, of Medina, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2009, in Medina. He was born May 7, 1928, in Elyria and was a Medina resident since 1976. He was a salesman for Acme Visible Records and a licensed investment adviser. He was a member of Holy Martyrs Catholic Church. Mr. Dempsey enjoyed gardening, Ohio Read More…

Shari L. Gore

Shari L. Gore, 45, of Medina, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2009, in Medina. She was born May 6, 1963, in Cleveland. Mrs. Gore was a homemaker. She was a loving mother, daughter, sister and great friend. She will be greatly missed. Mrs. Gore was the loving mother of Felicia and Stefanie Gore; beloved daughter Read More…

Lottie S. Walchli

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Lottie S. Walchli, of Chippewa Lake, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2009, in Chippewa Lake. She was born April 21, 1931, in Cleveland and was a resident of Chippewa Lake since 1969, formerly of Fairview Park. She was a homemaker. She is survived by her husband, Thomas R. Walchli of Chippewa Lake; daughter, Maureen (Allen) Read More…

Cheers & Chidings

CHEERS: to the 125 fifth-graders at Medina’s H.G. Blake Elementary School who turned old, donated wooden chairs into works of art to be auctioned today in a fundraiser. Students transformed 30 chairs into themed creations using paint, foam cutouts, buckeyes and more. Proceeds will go to Kikititi Secondary School in Tanzania and pay tuition, room, Read More…

Browns go on free agent clock

By SCOTT PETRAK Staff Writer Say what you want about Phil Savage, but he knew how to make a splash in free agency. In four years as Browns general manager, he signed 25 free agents, including several big names. In 2005, cornerback Gary Baxter signed a $30 million deal. In 2006, center LeCharles Bentley and Read More…

3-D comes to town

By ALLISON WOOD | Staff Writer MEDINA — A 10½-foot-wide pair of 3-D glasses hangs in the main lobby of Regal Medina 16. Made of cardboard and designed by several students in the multimedia and digital design class at the Medina County Career Center, the glasses promote the new projector and 3-D movies at the Read More…

Keith A. Haltrich

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Keith A. Haltrich, 41, of Old Brooklyn, was called to the Lord after a courageous battle with cancer. His kind and gentle soul touched everyone he met. He enjoyed golf, baseball and making people laugh. Keith is survived by his beloved wife, Sherri (nee Roth) Haltrich; son, Kyle; daughter, Leighann; father, Richard (Ann) Haltrich; sister, Read More…

Dorothy Olson

Dorothy Olson, 82, of Medina, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2009, in Medina. She was born Aug. 4, 1926, in Cleveland. Mrs. Olson attended St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church. She was a homemaker and enjoyed cooking, decorating for holidays, and spending time with her grandchildren. She is survived by her husband of 53 years, Leonard Read More…

Cavs face tough road stretch

By RICK NOLANDAssistant Sports Editor INDEPENDENCE — The Cavaliers are 18-10 away from home with 14 road contests left to play. The team record for road wins in a season is 22, set in 1991-92. Eight of the Cavaliers’ next 10 games are on the road, beginning tonight in Houston. That means if Cleveland goes Read More…

History lost: Fire damages Hinckley home

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By MARIA KACIK | Staff Writer HINCKLEY TWP. — A lot of history went up in smoke Tuesday morning when a fire consumed what has been home to the Hanacek family for four generations and has housed the family’s barn salvaging business in recent decades. “It’s terrible. I’ve been here for quite a few years,” Read More…