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Lakeview

Lakeview

Lakeview


Jody Seabolt

Jody Seabolt

Jody Seabolt


Damien Jarrett

Damien Jarrett

Damien Jarrett


Maj. Gen. Gregory W. Wayt of the Ohio National Guard

Maj. Gen. Gregory W. Wayt of the Ohio National Guard

Maj. Gen. Gregory W. Wayt of the Ohio National Guard


GENEROSITY: Scott Weimer, with his sister, Holly Watts, and their father, Richard Weimer, show off the donated gift baskets that will be raffled off on a bus tour that Watts is organizing to New York City. The Proceeds from the raffle and bus tour will benefit the Nancy L. Weimer Scholarship Fund named for the Weimer family matriarch who passed away from a brain tumor in December.

GENEROSITY: Scott Weimer, with his sister, Holly Watts, and their ...

GENEROSITY: Scott Weimer, with his sister, Holly Watts, and their father, Richard Weimer, show off the donated gift baskets that will be raffled off on a bus tour that Watts is organizing to New York ...


SISTERS IN TENNIS: Serena Williams attempts to return a shot from her sister Venus during their quarterfinal match at the U.S. Open in New York Wednesday. Serena won the match 7-6 (8), 7-6.

SISTERS IN TENNIS: Serena Williams attempts to return a shot ...

SISTERS IN TENNIS: Serena Williams attempts to return a shot from her sister Venus during their quarterfinal match at the U.S. Open in New York Wednesday. Serena won the match 7-6 (8), 7-6.


TRYING FOR A GAIN: Youngstown State's Ferlando Williams (1) tries to put a move on Ohio State's Austin Spitler during last Saturday's game in Columbus.

TRYING FOR A GAIN: Youngstown State's Ferlando Williams (1) tries ...

TRYING FOR A GAIN: Youngstown State's Ferlando Williams (1) tries to put a move on Ohio State's Austin Spitler during last Saturday's game in Columbus.


Palin

Palin

Palin


INCREASING OPERATIONS: U.S. Maj. Gen. Jeffrey J. Schloesser, right, shakes hands with Afghan soldiers after arriving at a U.S. base in Nuristan province east of Kabul, Afghanistan. U.S. forces in Afghanistan will increase offensive operations against militants this winter because insurgents are increasingly staying in the country to prepare for spring attacks, the top U.S. commander said.

INCREASING OPERATIONS: U.S. Maj. Gen. Jeffrey J. Schloesser, right, shakes ...

INCREASING OPERATIONS: U.S. Maj. Gen. Jeffrey J. Schloesser, right, shakes hands with Afghan soldiers after arriving at a U.S. base in Nuristan province east of Kabul, Afghanistan. U.S. forces in Afghanistan will increase offensive operations ...


Tim McGlynn

Tim McGlynn

Tim McGlynn


Oscar Ponce

Oscar Ponce

Oscar Ponce


Nicholas Rolfi

Nicholas Rolfi

Nicholas Rolfi


Billy Stull

Billy Stull

Billy Stull


Mark Zuppo

Mark Zuppo

Mark Zuppo


Indians White Sox

Indians White Sox

Indians White Sox


Mark Zuppo

Mark Zuppo

Mark Zuppo


HAVING A GOOD TIME: Alternate Ohio delegate Kathy Eshelman of Dublin, Ohio, reacts to the speeches with others during the Republican National Convention in St. Paul, Minn. She was appropriately attired in political regalia for the event Wednesday.

HAVING A GOOD TIME: Alternate Ohio delegate Kathy Eshelman of ...

HAVING A GOOD TIME: Alternate Ohio delegate Kathy Eshelman of Dublin, Ohio, reacts to the speeches with others during the Republican National Convention in St. Paul, Minn. She was appropriately attired in political regalia for ...


Jon Ballard

Jon Ballard

Jon Ballard


Denise Lindheim

Denise Lindheim

Denise Lindheim