Archive for June 12th, 2013
Keith Yohman — Brunswick sprints
Highlights: Gazette MVP was only area boy to qualify for regionals in four events. … Hamstring injury cut season short … After recording personal-record time of 22.06 in prelim, went on to win 200 at Amherst D-I District. … Also advanced to regionals in 100 and as anchor …Read More
If it wasn’t for Solon’s Khoury Crenshaw, Keith Yohman might be polishing three Northeast Ohio Conference championship medals.
If it wasn’t for a strained hamstring, the Brunswick sprinter might be doing the same thing to a handful of state medals.
And if it …Read More
ARLINGTON, Texas — Corey Kluber allowed one run over eight innings and the Indians beat the Texas Rangers 5-2 Tuesday night to snap an eight-game losing streak.
The Indians also ended a 12-game road losing streak.
Mark Reynolds had RBI single in the fourth off Derek Holland (5-3) that put Cleveland ahead to stay. Drew …Read More
There are a lot of great athletes.
But there are far fewer great athletes who are also great teammates.
Those are the special ones. They’re, oh, so valuable.
The fact Tamita Pickett and Winnfried Schroeder are firmly entrenched in the latter category — and may even be better teammates than they are athletes — is why …Read More
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Tim Tebow finally has a new team.
The New England Patriots announced the signing of the polarizing quarterback with the poor throwing motion on Tuesday, six weeks after he was cut by the New York Jets and just in time for the start of the three-day minicamp that runs through Thursday.
A local environmental group said Medina County commissioners aren’t providing enough information about a proposed natural gas pipeline project.
That’s why Concerned Citizens of Medina County, which opposes hydraulic fracturing …Read More
A nonprofit group lobbying for health care for the working poor is calling on the state Legislature to allow Ohio to join the expanded Medicaid program authorized by the federal Affordable Care Act.
Gov. John Kasich included the Medicaid expansion in his budget bill, but the Republican leadership in the House stripped the provision from the …Read More
COLUMBUS — Ohio Supreme Court justices heard arguments Tuesday on whether company-provided fringe benefits like cars and phone services should count in determining a person’s child support payments.
The case focuses on Jeffrey S. Morrow, whose salary as president of the Ohio College of Massotherapy dropped from $120,000 to $75,000 as a result of the
2008-09 economic …Read More
Shakespeare is coming back to Medina Public Square. After a two-year hiatus, Stage Left Theatre Company is returning with “The Taming of the Shrew” — William Shakespeare’s comic take on the war of the sexes.
The company will conduct open auditions this month.