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Monthly Archives: January, 2012

Clay Shirky a real eye-opener for people in the press

If someone had ever asked me directly, “Do you have any cognitive surplus?” I might first have asked, “What?” before answering, “I don’t think so.” I want to think everything I do with my time is important. Don’t you? Well, it turns out that’s not the case. You’d guessed that already. I want to turn [...]

Man gets nine months in Bay church break-in

By Jeff Gallatin BAY VILLAGE A Brunswick man was sentenced in Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas to nine months in jail for breaking into St. Barnabas Church in Bay Village last August. Robert D. Davis, 46,  began serving his time immediately after being sentenced by Judge John Russo last week after Davis pleaded guilty to [...]

Kennedy ready for new challenges as North Olmsted mayor

By Jeff Gallatin NORTH OLMSTED Halfway through his first term as mayor in his hometown of North Olmsted, Kevin Kennedy is ready to do more. “I’m satisfied with what we’ve accomplished, but we have a long way to go,” Kennedy said after delivering the annual state of the city Thursday to the North Olmsted Chamber [...]

Longhorns sink Black River to extend winning streak to four games

  By Amy Rutledge The Lutheran West Longhorns continued their winning streak with a strong win over the Black River Pirates 60-38. “This was a nice team win for us,” said Longhorns head coach Josh Campbell. “The girls are starting to play the way they are capable of. Black River put up a fight tonight. [...]

 

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