the Bulldogs to victory
Olmsted Fall’s mascot Bulldawg leads the fan faithful in cheers
as the Bulldogs routed Amherst Friday. For complete game coverage,
click here. (Photo by Larry
WESTLAKE The world’s fastest sport — ice hockey
— may soon be coming to the Westshore. Ohio Arenas, Inc. is expected
to submit plans next month for a 100,000 square-foot ice rink facility
on Viking Parkway, in an industrial-zoned section of Westlake. The
complex would contain two pro-sized ice rinks, city officials said.
says district at ‘critical point’
NORTH OLMSTED With the fourth try for an operating
levy within a year coming this November, Superintendent Kurt Stanic
says the clock is ticking on the district's ability to maintain
the recent excellence it has attained.
of dog park deal?
ROCKY RIVER Officials from Rocky River and
Lakewood plan to meet soon to discuss possible solutions to a noise
nuisance from the later city's dog park.
conquer Amherst, turn attention to Avon Lake
Junior running back Mike Varga had a big night as
Olmsted Falls advanced to a 5-0 record, 3-0 in the SWC. Varga rushed
21 times for 115 yards. Senior Shane Smith caught three passes for
82 yards including a 29-yard touchdown. Senior Dave Pellerite caught
a 10-yard touchdown pass. Senior Cory Castro had a 23-yard touchdown
come together in win over Bay
With Magnificat leading 1-0 at halftime, Bay came
out much more aggressively in the second half. After several near
goals, Senior Katie Kinkelaar finally found the back of the net.
& K Portage Market is based on 50-year family tradition
In the 1950s, Yaro Kolar began a 50-year family tradition.
He opened a retail meat shop in the old Hungarian neighborhood at
103rd and Union in Cleveland. His sons Jerry and Dennis grew up
working in the family business. Jerry Kolar and his son Rick continue to run K &
K Portage Market as an old-fashioned retail meat shop with a full-service
deli. They sell chicken, beef, veal and seafood, with an in-store
bakery, and beer and wine.