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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 »»

Be proud of Trumbull basketball

March 10, 2014 Trumbull County has every right to be proud. One might say it was a down year for basketball, both on the boys and girls sid. more »»

Fourth time the charm for OHSAA?

March 9, 2014 In what seems to be a yearly occurrence, the Ohio High School Athletic Association announced this week that yet another competitive balance proposal is on the table for a May vote — the fourth in as... more »»

Hannon, law firm bringing Girard basketball back

March 8, 2014 They’re known for football — and maybe wrestling and golf too — but mainly football. more »»

Browns sending smokescreens prior to draft

March 5, 2014 A couple things happened in recent nights that had zero impact on my life. One was the annual Oscar Awards show, which is another reason to dislike almost everything Hollywood. more »»

YSU becomes road warriors

March 3, 2014 There are two choices for this year’s Youngstown State men’s basketball team — wonder what might have been or do something to change its fortune. more »»

Tressel will do whatever he wants to do

February 26, 2014 For some strange reason there are people in this area who just can’t keep their noses out of someone else’s business. more »»

Locals making names for themselves in Daytona

February 23, 2014 Hartford native Dale Blaney was recently crowned the 2013 national champion of the All-Star Circuit of Champions. more »»

Both sides of the 'R' word

February 22, 2014 THE word recruiting has always sparked a heated debate in this area, especially when high school coaches are being accused of performing the act. The idea behind it is an irritating one. more »»

Thoughts and tidbits about the Olympics

February 19, 2014 One of the best parts about the Winter Olympics is that for the only time in a span of four years I can write about ice dancing and not be looked at a little weird. more »»



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