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Bill allows sale of second prison to private operator

July 2, 2015 COLUMBUS — The state can sell a central Ohio prison to a private company under a bill on the way to Gov. more »»

New flagpole dedicated at Broadway Wharf

July 2, 2015 EAST LIVERPOOL — Just in time to celebrate the nation’s birthday, a new 50-foot-tall flagpole was dedicated Wednesday morning at the Broadway Wharf near the edge of the Ohio River. more »»

It’s a go

July 2, 2015 EAST LIVERPOOL — At long last, the J. Burchfield Cartwright municipal swimming pool will open for the season at 1 p.m. Sunday, according to Mayor Jim Swoger. more »»

It’s a not

July 2, 2015 EAST LIVERPOOL — The 2015 Ohio River Tour by the American Wind Symphony Orchestra, which included a stop in the city, has been canceled, according to officials of the Southern Columbiana County... more »»

County Briefing

July 2, 2015 Farm market vouchers available A new Farmer’s Market Voucher Program is being offered to income eligible Columbiana County residents. more »»

Market Report

July 2, 2015 Damascus Livestock Auction Tuesday June 30, 2015 Hogs – Receipts 6 Head No. 1’s 230-260 lbs. $44-$45 No. 2’s & 3’s 230-260 lbs. $40-$40 Sows 300-500 lbs. $30-$30 Sows 500-650 lbs. more »»

Heading home

July 1, 2015 Morning Journal/Patti Schaeffer Tuesday afternoon's thunderstorms quickly dumped a reported 1. more »»

Democrats in independent clothing tossed off ballot

July 1, 2015 LISBON — Two people running for East Liverpool City Council as independent candidates were disqualified from appearing on the November ballot after voting as Democrats in the May 5 primary election. more »»

Charter school loan OK’d

July 1, 2015 EAST LIVERPOOL — An educational management company was granted a $30,000 small business loan Tuesday by the Community Improvement Corporation for the start up costs of three new charter schools, one... more »»

Salem council to consider income tax increase

July 1, 2015 SALEM — An additional 1/4 percent permanent income tax exclusively for infrastructure needs may come before voters this fall if Salem City Council members approve their own recommendation. more »»

Washingtonville man involved in fatality

July 1, 2015 WOOSTER — A Wooster man was killed in a car-mortorcycle crash Saturdayafternoon, according to the highway patrol. The motorcycle, driven by Corey Stone of Wooster, was westbound on U.S. more »»

Kasich signs $71B, two-year budget

July 1, 2015 COLUMBUS — Ohio Gov. John Kasich on Tuesday signed a $71.2 billion, two-year state budget that continues his expansion of the Medicaid health program and provides an income-tax cut. more »»

Oho anti-monopoly measure to fall ballot

July 1, 2015 COLUMBUS, — State lawmakers in Ohio sent a proposal to the fall ballot on Tuesday that would ban constitutional monopolies, an effort with the potential to scuttle marijuana legalization in the state. more »»


July 1, 2015 A look at some of the highlights contained in the state’s $71.2 billion, two-year operating budget that’s before Ohio Gov. John Kasich: TAXES: — Provides roughly $1.9 billion in net tax cuts. more »»

July 4 Activities

July 1, 2015 Columbiana A bevy of events are scheduled for Columbiana’s Fourth of July celebration in Firestone Park Saturday. more »»

Sun will not be in the fans’ eyes, at least not the hometown fans

July 1, 2015 CALCUTTA — The new bleachers of Beaver Local High School’s football field along with plans for an open house for the new K-12 campus were among the top topics discussed during Tuesday’s Beaver Local... more »»

Court: Veteran’s ducks for therapy violate law

July 1, 2015 COLUMBUS — A former Ohio National Guardsman violated a local ban by keeping pet ducks that he says help relieve his post-traumatic stress disorder and depression, a state appeals court concluded as... more »»

Leetonia schools eye levy renewal

July 1, 2015 LEETONIA — The Leetonia school board Tuesday night agreed to pursue a renewal levy on the November ballot. more »»

South Range board responds to man’s latest criticism

July 1, 2015 GREENFORD — The South Range school board is not prohibiting public speaking at future meetings, according to board president Ralph Wince. Wince made the clarification during a special meeting at 7 a. more »»

Southern Local board closes books on old year, looks ahead to new one

July 1, 2015 SALINEVILLE — As the 2014-2015 school and fiscal years close, the Southern Local Board of Education made its final appropriations for the year during a special meeting Tuesday morning, and also... more »»



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