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Obituaries for June 30, 2012

Francis J. Branic C. Irene Cironi Barbara Jean “BJ” Sanford Read the full obituaries on The Medina-Gazette E-edition at: http://wp2.medina-gazette.com/GazettEdition/

Local golf: Bob Koch left speechless

COLUMBUS — It’s been over 24 hours and Bob Koch is still in a bit of shock over what he did Thursday at Wedgewood Golf and Country Club. The Medina resident recorded one of the biggest accomplishments of his golf career by qualifying for next month’s USGA Senior Open. “Actually, I can’t describe it to Read More…

Cavs’ Tyler Zeller can expect long NBA career

INDEPENDENCE — The Cavaliers aren’t predicting Tyler Zeller will be a star, but they are confident he’ll be in the NBA for many years. The 7-foot-½ Zeller was acquired when Dallas took him with the 17th pick in the NBA Draft on Thursday and traded him to Cleveland for the 24th, 33rd and 34th choices. Read More…

Richardson, Weeden still unsigned

Brian Dulik The Gazette BEREA — With the start of training camp just 29 days away, Browns first-round draft picks Trent Richardson and Brandon Weeden remain unsigned. They’re far from alone. A total of 14 players taken in the first round of the NFL Draft have yet to sign contracts, including the top eight selections. Read More…

Scott gives Waiters ringing endorsement

Rick Noland The Gazette INDEPENDENCE — Cavaliers coach Byron Scott wouldn’t have taken Florida shooting guard Bradley Beal over Syracuse’s Dion Waiters. Ditto for Kentucky small forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist. In fact, Scott said Friday at Cleveland Clinic Courts that the only player he would have picked over Waiters was Kentucky big man Anthony Davis, who Read More…

Orioles ends scoring drought vs. Tribe

By David Ginsburg BALTIMORE — Ryan Flaherty singled in the tiebreaking run in the seventh inning, Matt Wieters hit a three-run homer, and the Baltimore Orioles broke out of their scoring funk with a 9-8 victory over the Cleveland Indians on Friday night. On a steamy night in which temperatures reached 100 degrees, both teams Read More…

‘Obamacare’ upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court

Supporters of President Barack Obama’s health care law celebrate outside the Supreme Court in Washington on Thursday after the court’s ruling was announced. (AP PHOTO)

By Robert Barnes The Washington Post WASHINGTON — Chief Justice John Roberts on Thursday joined the the Supreme Court’s liberals to save the heart of President Barack Obama’s landmark health-care law, agreeing that the requirement for nearly all Americans to secure insurance is permissible under Congress’s taxing authority. The court’s 5 to 4 ruling was Read More…

Q&A: What happens now with health care?

By N.C. Aizenman The Washington Post The Supreme Court’s decision to uphold all but one provision in the Affordable Care Act means that for now, at least, one of the most far-reaching overhauls of the nation’s health-care system will be the law of the land. New rules for insurers that have taken effect will remain Read More…

Two West Virginia men hurt in Ohio small plane crash

FARMERSTOWN — Two West Virginia men have been hospitalized after the small, twin-engine airplane they were in crashed in a northeast Ohio field. The Holmes County sheriff’s office said the 1957 Piper Apache reported engine trouble before it crashed Thursday nearly 30 miles southwest of Canton. The pilot, 60-year-old Floyd S. Pierson, of Milton, W.Va., Read More…

Ohio collector sells 1960s ‘Star Trek’ TV-prop vehicle

CANTON — A prop vehicle that was used in the original “Star Trek” TV series in the late 1960s and acquired by an Ohio collector has sold at auction for just over $70,000 after a last-minute bidding war. The (Canton) Repository reported an Akron-area collector had been storing the partially restored 24-foot-long Galileo shuttlecraft for Read More…