Archive for October 7th, 2013
The undefeated “rain” of Cloverleaf freshman tennis player Emily Dunbar is over, but her season is not.
On a Saturday that featured court and venue changes because of the weather, the top-seeded Dunbar fell 6-4, 6-3 to Walsh Jesuit’s second-seeded Molly Sandberg in the Medina Division I Sectional final.
Medina’s fourth-seeded Emma Deimling, who was …Read More
Nancy Johnson | The Gazette
His name is Sammy and he’s got a bad attitude.
He can’t stand geese and he chases little children away. In fact, he will threaten just about anyone if he feels they are encroaching on his turf — a five-acre lake in the middle of Medina’s Forest Meadow subdivision.
EVANSTON, Ill. — Ohio State had its hands full with Northwestern. The Buckeyes did enough to win.
The Buckeyes ran the nation’s longest win streak to 18 games, rallying from 10 down in the second half for a 40-30 victory over Northwestern at a wet and loud Ryan Field on Saturday.
The Medina City School board is expected to not renew Superintendent Randy Stepp’s contract at a work session today.
Stepp has been on paid leave since April, pending the outcome of a special state audit into his spending of district money from a carryover fund held by the Medina County Schools’ Educational Service Center.
A resolution on …Read More
Fred T. Workman, 79, passed away on Thursday, October 3, 2013. He was born September 10, 1934 in Moundsville, West Virginia, to William and Nellie (Dudley) Workman. He was a resident of Creston since 1991, but spent most of his life in Wadsworth.
Fred was retired from GTE (Verizon) phone company, and enjoyed woodworking. He served …Read More