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McLain’s first, and likely last, movie review

April 16, 2014 The last person that should ever write a review of any movie is moi. I’m not sure if the director is the one that says action or the producer. more »»

Seek and ye shall find

April 14, 2014 Geocoaching. For those who aren’t familiar with the activity, according to, it’s “a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. more »»

A sports editor’s simple sports birthday wishes

April 13, 2014 WHEN your clock strikes 6:28 p.m., it will officially mark the 33rd year of my existence on this earth. more »»

Chill out, kids, they're just words

April 12, 2014 People are so touchy nowaday. more »»

NFL doesn’t have any down time

April 9, 2014 You know, there really isn’t an offseason in the NFL. There might be a few hours of one day in late February when nothing is stirring in the league that can be officially called the offseason. more »»

Browns found experience at wide receiver

April 8, 2014 There’s a good reason why the Browns were in search for an experienced receiver with leadership qualities this offseason. more »»

McDonald, KSU friends motivate each other

April 7, 2014 Miles Dunlap and Matthias Tayala have a good affect on each other. The two Kent State University juniors have been good friends for some time, going back to their days at McDonald High School. more »»

Clarifying competitive balance

April 6, 2014 Last week, the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association held its annual luncheon in Columbus. more »»

The faults with AAC scheduling

April 3, 2014 Heading into the spring sports season, the morale surrounding the All-American Conference is high. more »»

The real Browns might be more entertaining than ‘Draft Day’

April 2, 2014 It probably should have been the first question asked of actor Kevin Costner during a conference call last Monday. more »»

It’s time for the snow to go

March 30, 2014 Breaking news read here first at the Tribune Chronicle: Spring in Ohio really just means more winter (no matter what the groundhog says), and spring sports did not get underway on March 31 like the... more »»

A non-billion dollar winner

March 26, 2014 In one of my saner moments, I wisely decided to not take Warren Buffet up on his billion-dollar giveawa. more »»

Division II track regional headed to Austintown

March 24, 2014 Division II regional track and field competitors have been on the move the past couple of years. This year, the Ohio High School Athletic Association has found another new home for the D-II meet. more »»

News and notes from Columbus

March 22, 2014 COLUMBUS Any financial planner will tell you diversification is good. Lima Central Catholic coach Frank Kill knows all about that. more »»

Down goes the 'villain'

March 21, 2014 COLUMBUS Whether warranted or not, Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary was the clear-cut villain — the team most impartial observers wanted to see lose — at this weekend’s boys basketball tournament. more »»

McDonald thrown into limelight

March 17, 2014 McDonald High School is the mecca of throwers in northeast Ohio, or a great pipeline to Kent State University’s track and field program. more »»

Grisdale rips SV-SM, Joyce after loss

March 16, 2014 CANTON — Poland coach Ken Grisdale is always accommodating to reporters, win or lose. more »»

Coaches win, not recruits

March 15, 2014 As fans gripe about it and members of the Ohio High School Athletic Association try to find a way to stop it, people need to understand something about recruiting: It doesn’t make a great team. more »»

One more hoops season in the books

March 12, 2014 Another high school basketball season is about to be put into the record book. more »»

Browns need more brains than money in free agency

March 11, 2014 The good news for the Cleveland Browns is they will have about $59 million in cap space when the free-agent supermarket open. more »»



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