October 20, 2014

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Medina police log for Feb. 5

Medina police Wednesday, Jan. 29 12:03 p.m. — 800 block W. Liberty St., Casey D. Dimitrov, 20, 8524 Branch Road, Litchfield Township, issued a summons for theft after allegedly stealing Red Bull. 8:05 p.m. — 200 block Northland Drive, traffic stop; Jeron Daqwez Boyd, 21, Cleveland, cited for not having an operator’s license; Rafheal J. Read More…

Engineer officially takes over after trial by water

Amy Lyon-Galvin

MEDINA — Amy Lyon-Galvin is Medina County’s first female sanitary engineer. Lyon-Galvin had been serving as the interim head of the department since early December when Jim Troike resigned to take the sanitary engineer’s job in Stark County. On Tuesday, Medina County commissioners made it official that Lyon-Galvin was the right person to lead the Read More…

Educator Javorek opposing Hambley for Batchelder’s seat

Richard Javorek

A retired Lafayette Township school teacher is running for the Democratic nomination to succeed House Speaker William G. Batchelder as representative for the 69th District. Batchelder, R-Medina, can’t run for re-election because of term limits. Richard Javorek said he wants the job to be a voice for small governments and rural Ohioans. “I think (Columbus) Read More…

When to Send a Child to School v.s. When It’s Best to Keep Them Home

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By Jeannie Bunch, RN, BSN, Medina County Health Department, Public Health Nursing Supervisor   It’s cold and flu season once again. Parents often ask, “When should I keep my child home from school?” or “When is it OK to send them back?” Here are a few guidelines that may help you make the decision. Keep Read More…

Before & After You Say “I Do”

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Think about your first “crush” growing up. It may have lasted for a whole elementary school year, or it may have lasted for a whole elementary school lunch. Perhaps you’re one of the ultra-rare people who still have your first crush in your life. Chances are you moved on to another hottie, learning along the Read More…

Ask Your Professional – Why should I get a regular massage?

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Q: Why should I get a regular massage? A:Having a regular massage appointment, say once or twice a month, may sound indulgent to you but in all reality it’s just as important as any other modality in your wellness routine. Massage elongates and stretches out your muscles, and with the addition of some deep tissue Read More…

Donna J. Holzman

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Donna J. Holzman, 50, a resident of Medina Township, passed away with her loving family near her, Sunday, February 2, 2014. She was born May 4, 1963, to Joseph and June (nee Kaufmann) Brnich, in Parma. Donna was a loving, caring person to family and many friends. She was very involved with the Medina Preschool Read More…

Sam M. Miller

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Sam M. Miller, 72, went peacefully into eternity with his family by his side, Monday, February 3, 2014 at his home in Spencer. He was born in Millersburg March 27, 1941, to Gros Jean Mose and Mattie Troyer Miller. Sam retired from GM in 2000. After retiring, he enjoyed spending time with the family, gardening Read More…

Ruth Jean Robishaw

Ruth Jean Robishaw, 62, of Chatham Township, passed away Monday, February 3, 2014, at Medina Hospital. She was born in Berea, December 11, 1951, to Alexander and Lois Tindal Robishaw. She was a 1971 graduate of Cloverleaf High School and served in the U.S. Army Reserve. Surviving are his sister, Sandy Robishaw of Chatham; brother, Read More…

Doris M. Mion

Doris M. Mion (nee Steiner), 83, of Nashville, Tennessee, passed away peacefully Saturday, February 1, 2014, at Vanderbilt University Hospital, in Nashville, Tennessee. Doris was born in Cleveland to the late Fred and Anna (nee Jarus) Steiner. She lived in Medina for many years, prior to moving to Tennessee, in 2009. Doris worked as a Read More…