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Ohio’s ban on texting while driving is overdue

December 18, 2011 The Ohio Senate has been dragging its feet too long about instituting a texting while driving ban in the state. more »»

Time for BWD to pay up

December 13, 2011 Buckeye Water District's payment of $4.8 million awarded to the city of East Liverpool in a breach-of-contract lawsuit is long overdue. Originally the courts ordered BWD to pay East Liverpool $9. more »»

Learn about that date which will live in infamy

December 7, 2011 "December 7, 1941, a date which will live in infamy," is how President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, described that horrible day 70 years ago today when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. more »»

Volunteer groups should have financial transparency

December 4, 2011 The need for transparency has become a catch-phrase to describe anything, especially government-related, that has previously been shielded from public view. more »»

Holiday shopping can make or break local merchants

November 25, 2011 To traditionalists, the holiday season officially starts this weekend and to merchants, the day after Thanksgiving — Black Friday — and the subsequent weekend can either make or break their holiday... more »»

A few simple steps may help prevent vandalism

November 20, 2011 Once again we find ourselves asking what makes some human beings reap joy from performing senseless acts of vandalism. more »»

Even small governments can interfere with small business

November 13, 2011 At a time when most people agree that there needs to be less government interference with private business, the East Liverpool City Council voted to assert its influence where it wasn’t needed. more »»

Major decisions on Tuesday

November 6, 2011 Tuesday is Election Day, a very important day for determining the futures of our communities. more »»

AVL requirement should not be a dead issue

October 30, 2011 We hope Columbiana County’s 911 advisory committee’s decision to temporarily delay requiring ambulance companies to outfit their vehicles with locator devices does not cause the idea to be lost... more »»

New Baard project could be an improvement for county

October 23, 2011 The Baard Energy project for the Wellsville area, which many had given up for dead, now appears to have new life. The project, however, has changed significantly. more »»

You can make a difference

October 22, 2011 Today is Make A Difference Day — the largest national day of community service, held annually on the fourth Saturday in October. more »»

Firefighters deserve thanks

October 16, 2011 This past week was National Fire Prevention Week — a week set aside to honor our firefighters and review fire safety procedures. more »»

With Nolte at their helms, Kent campuses have grown

October 9, 2011 Jeff Nolte’s resignation as dean of Kent State University’s Columbiana County campuses leaves big shoes to fill in the local education community. more »»

Salem should relent, OK car dealer's flag pole

October 5, 2011 Salem car dealer John Kufleitner probably didn't think he would be asking the city of Salem for any special favors when he decided to try to fly the largest American flag in Ohio from his... more »»

State needs to institute ban on texting and driving now

September 25, 2011 Ohio’s proposed law prohibiting texting while driving is getting attention again. more »»

The right time and place for Appleseed Fest lovers

September 19, 2011 When the autumn air turns crisp and cool, many folks in Columbiana County develop a craving for apples and apple treats. more »»

Council should go as slow as carts in considering new law

September 18, 2011 Anyone who has ever been immobilized can surely sympathize with the pleas of a Columbiana World War II veteran and his daughter to allow him to use his golf cart or neighborhood electric vehicle... more »»

Eternal vigilance, eternal remembrance

September 12, 2011 It's hard to believe that it has been 10 years since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 changed our world in many ways. Before that day we'd never heard the term "Homeland Security. more »»

Be safe this Labor Day

September 4, 2011 Labor Day began more than 100 years ago as a day for America to honor its workers. It has changed significantly since that tim. more »»

Keep up the good work

August 28, 2011 Congratulations to Columbiana County students, parents and educators: Half of the school districts in our county have received A’s or “excellent” grades on the state report card results released las... more »»

 
 

 

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