Archive for August 3rd, 2013
CLEVELAND — The kicker competition has been under way for a while, but won’t really get started until later in the week — the preseason begins Thursday when the Rams visit FirstEnergy Stadium. Veteran Shayne Graham and rookie Brandon Bogo…
April 4, 1932 – July 27, 2013
Georgie Ann Dickerson, 81, of Bradenton, Florida, formerly of Newark and Lakewood, died Saturday, July 27, 2013.
Georgie is survived by her sisters, Lois Whitacre, Jean Martin; a brother, Robert (Barbara) Stieger; her children, Diane (Steve) Hulett, Mark (Lori) Dickerson, all of Ohio and Cheryl (John) DeLorey of Bradenton, Florida; …Read More
James H. Novak passed away Friday, August 2, 2013, surrounded by his family at Falling Waters in Strongsville. He was born September 25, 1927 in Cleveland, to George and Anna (nee Ptak) Novak.
James was a U.S. Navy veteran of WW II. He was a truck driver for Famous Supply for over 30 years and a …Read More
Herbert George Strahsburg, 85, of Medina, was welcomed into the arms of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, Saturday, July 27, 2013 in Brunswick. Herb was born in Cleveland January 30, 1928, to the late Paul and Emma (Siller) Strahsburg.
Herb served in the U.S. Air Force. Following his discharge Herb attended the Assembly of God …Read More
A lawsuit filed by a Medina taxpayer may have a better chance of succeeding in getting Medina Schools Superintendent Randy Stepp’s contract rescinded — something the school board tried to do unilaterally in April.
That’s the conclusion of a legal expert asked about the unusual case.
“It’s clearly a little cleaner to have a taxpayer file suit,” …Read More
WESTFIELD TWP. — Cloverleaf Schools Superintendent Daryl Kubilus remains optimistic about the district’s chances of passing a levy in Tuesday’s special election.
That’s because the district seems to be closing the gap between “no” and “yes” votes.
“We’re hoping to continue that momentum in this election next Tuesday,” Kubilus said.
A levy last November fell short by 6 …Read More
MEDINA — A 71-year-old accused bank robber, who was released from jail in June for health reasons, had his case postponed three months so he can undergo a further medical evaluation.
Hugh G. Crouch Sr., of 1439 Ridge Road, Hinckley Township, is accused of robbing the Brunswick Huntington Bank branch on Center Road on Feb. …Read More
MEDINA — Two cases before Medina County Common Pleas Judge Christopher J. Collier were postponed Wednesday.
• A 58-year-old Creston woman accused of burning down her former Wadsworth home in October now is scheduled for a Sept. 3 trial.
Jill I. Tucker, formerly of South Pardee Street, pleaded not guilty in June to aggravated arson, a first-degree …Read More
MEDINA — At a sheep shearing demonstration Friday at the Medina County Fair, George Meuhlheim shaved a sheep in less than five minutes.
All the while the Bellville resident talked about the skill of shearing sheep.
“The goal everyone shoots for is shaving three (sheep) in six minutes,” he said.
Meuhlheim, a farmer who applies his skill throughout …Read More
Katie Owen’s cow may have come in second in the show competition at the Medina County Fair, but the Holstein still is getting a lot of attention in the dairy barn.
It weighs more than a ton.
“She weighs about 2,200 pounds,” Katie, 13, said.
The cow was raised on her family’s farm, H.B. Owen and Son in …Read More