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Archives for October 29, 2013

Gordon is staying with Browns

Scott Petrak The Gazette The offers weren’t good enough, and receiver Josh Gordon has been too good. So he’s still a member of the Browns. The NFL trade deadline passed at 4 p.m. Tuesday with no movement from the Browns and little across the league. Cleveland had been the subject of several rumors involving a Read More…

Medina boys soccer gets second chance

  Dan Brown The Gazette MACEDONIA — A year ago, a dejected Medina boys soccer team walked off the field at Nordonia’s Boliantz Stadium after a regional semifinal loss to Westlake. Now the Bees are back playing in a Sweet 16 game at Boliantz Stadium tonight against a red-hot Avon Lake squad that is appearing Read More…

Wadsworth seniors are on a mission

  Brian Dulik The Gazette HUDSON — Ciera Koons, Peyton Booth, Maddie Gilger, Andrea Beavers and Erin Zita have already carved out their spot in Medina County volleyball history. With two district championships and a 45-6 record over the past two seasons, Wadsworth’s five seniors are in uncharted waters — and they’re not done yet. Read More…

Brooklyn is loaded with experience

  Rick Noland The Gazette INDEPENDENCE — It will be young veterans against very experienced ones tonight when the Cavaliers open their 2013-14 NBA season by hosting the Brooklyn Nets at Quicken Loans Arena. The Cavs, who are expected to start third-year point guard Kyrie Irving, second-year shooting guard Dion Waiters, 10th-year center Anderson Varejao, Read More…

Magnificat beats Medina in regional semifinal

Dan Brown The Gazette BAY VILLAGE — In soccer, it’s called being unlucky. Fans of Medina’s girls team might call it something that can’t be printed in a newspaper. Either way, the Bees came up on the short end in their Division I regional semifinal Tuesday night, falling 2-0 to Magnificat at Bay High School. Read More…

I Can’T Write My College Essay

Never give out your PIN code to someone else. A good thing about bank cards or prepaid cards is the fact that can be easily purchased perhaps by people with poor credit. Thus, it’s currently feasible to use bank card or a prepaid credit for repairing or establishing credit that is bad. Take note that Read More…

Eleanor M. Gromen

Eleanor M. Gromen, 98, of Parma, passed away Saturday, October 26, 2013 at Pleasant View Care Center. She was born August 14, 1915 in Lorain, to William F. Wirsch and Clotilde (nee Schaub) Wirsch. She leaves behind her children, Barb (Ed) Barrett of Brunswick, Bill (Evie) Gierke of Parma, Gary (Kay) Gierke of Rockledge, Florida Read More…

Dale M. Wehn

Dale M. Wehn, 61, of Lafayette Township, Medina, passed away at the Ames Family Hospice with his family by his side, Sunday evening, October 27, 2013. He was born in Cleveland, May 18, 1952, to William and Kathleen (nee Thome) Wehn. Dale and Mary Susan (nee Kallis) were married on May 19, 1979. Dale was Read More…

Robert Wolf

Robert Wolf, 87, of Brunswick, passed away peacefully Sunday, October 27, 2013. He was born September 28, 1926, to the late William and Emma (nee Keenan) Wolf in Cleveland. Robert will be deeply missed by his beloved wife, Madeline, of 60 years; loving children, Susan (Robert) Billy, Carol Wolf, Thomas (Diane) Wolf, Daniel (Barbara) Wolf, Read More…

Harvey V. Funk

Harvey V. Funk, 85, of Chatham, passed away Friday, October 25, 2013. He was born March 15, 1928 in Harrisville Township, to Cyrus O. Funk and Ruby V. (Horner) Funk. Harvey was employed as a mechanical draftsman at NASA in Cleveland, from 1947 to 1978 having worked on numerous projects including the nation’s 1969 moon Read More…