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Archives for September 2009

Observation well to be dedicated to local farmer

WESTFIELD TWP. — A new observation well to be dedicated in the memory of dairy farmer Tom Gallatin on Saturday was built through collaboration among businesses, residents and the public sector. It was constructed without public money, township trustee Carolyn Sims said. Tom’s brother, Tim, and resident Dennis Delagrange, along with Baker Sand Inc., pitched Read More…

Cavs media day: Star-powered squad says it’s ready to rock

INDEPENDENCE — The NBA’s version of The Beatles started its 2009-10 tour Monday afternoon at Cleveland Clinic Courts. The revamped, star-powered Cavaliers, featuring lead singers LeBron James and Shaquille O’Neal, assembled for the first time and were all smiles a day before their first practice of training camp. There was a ton of electricity in Read More…

It’s no secret, solving QB ills crucial for Browns

BEREA — As Eric Mangini chases his first win as Browns coach, he’s got more problems than players. Well, certainly more problems than playmakers. The margin of defeat has gone from 14 to 21 to 31 in three weeks, while the level of competitiveness has fallen at the reverse rate. The offense ranks last in Read More…

Obituaries for Sept. 29, 2009

Frances Montgomery Julie Anne Goffe Elsie Violet Pasek Charles Larry Christopher Read the full obituaries on The Gazette E-dition at: http://medinagazette.oh.newsmemory.com/

Obituaries for Sept. 28, 2009

LINDA M. GEORGE ELSIE VIOLET PASEK CHARLES L. REPP Read the full obituaries on The Gazette E-dition at: http://medinagazette.oh.newsmemory.com/

Medina Hospital throws party to celebrate Clinic affiliation

81-year-old woman hit, killed walking on State Road

SHARON TWP.— An 81-year-old Wadsworth woman died Sunday after she was struck by a vehicle while walking on State Road. The Medina post of the Ohio Highway Patrol reported that Vivian Bernhard was struck about 10:35 a.m. by a 1997 Plymouth Breeze driven by Joshua Smith, 27, of Brunswick. Smith saw her standing in the Read More…

Quinn benched, but Anderson not much better as Browns get blown out again

BALTIMORE — The quarterback derby that wouldn’t end has started up again. The drought without a meaningful offensive touchdown has reached nine games. So has the losing streak. The worst part? There’s no reason to believe any of the above will end anytime soon. The result Sunday in the palace of purple was predictable: Ravens Read More…

New team, season have Shaq fired up

CLEVELAND — New Cavaliers center Shaquille O’Neal got the party started Sunday night at the Barley House, where he was welcomed to Cleveland on the eve of the team’s annual Media Day. Tickets were $15 for general admission and $50 for VIPs, but that didn’t deter about 750 Cleveland pro sports fans, who haven’t had Read More…

Obituaries for Sept. 26, 2009

John E. Kandar Earl G. Rupp Linda M. George Kim D. Grieve Dorothy E. Krafft Read the full obituaries on The Gazette E-dition at: http://medinagazette.oh.newsmemory.com/