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CLEVELAND: How best to measure the pain of a fan base in the wake of the Cavaliers’ loss in the NBA Finals?
Especially when, unlike Jose Mesa’s meltdown or Michael Jordan’s shot, it crept in, pin by pin piercing the well-punctured voodoo doll of Cleveland’s sports history.
Anderson Varejao’s torn Achilles.
Kevin Love’s dislocated shoulder.
Kyrie Irving’s fractured kneecap.
Matthew Dellavedova’s dehydration.
LeBron James’ exhaustion.
JACKSON TWP.: When Mark Dickerhoof takes a look at his report card from his senior year at Jackson High School, he sees all A’s under the final grade column.
HUDSON: Earning three more varsity letters was not exactly easy for Sarah Wolanske as she concluded her four years at Hudson High School.
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Jonathan Knight’s latest book started at an Indians game.
When the Supreme Court ruled in favor of gay marriage, more than one commentator wondered whether positive media images of gay people, and especially gay couples, had played a role.