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The rub of the green

February 23, 2011 You cannot always blame the government. Some people had a horrible night Monday. The snow struck, hard, and roads became impassabl. more »»

It’s time to collect from Firestone Farms

February 20, 2011 Columbiana County Treasurer Nick Barborak thinks two years is long enough for the county to wait to collect $154,000 in back taxes from the Firestone Farms housing development, and we agree. more »»

Look out below

February 18, 2011 Some people say we no longer have spring. The seasons go from winter to summer. We don’t know about that. But there is another season before summer and after winter. And it began early this year. more »»

There was a lot to talk about after the explosion

February 16, 2011 Residents of Columbiana County are still talking about Thursday night’s explosion of the natural gas pipeline owned by Tennessee Gas in Hanover Township. more »»

East Liverpool’s school board is right to appeal

February 13, 2011 The East Liverpool Board of Education is doing the right thing by appealing an arbitrator’s ruling that the board erred when it filled the high school football head coaching position in 200. more »»

The key to winter survival

February 12, 2011 Is it just us, or is there more stress out there these days? We have been seeing a lot of police reports concerning domestic arguments and domestic violence, more than usual. more »»

Ambulance companies should pay for this upgrade

February 11, 2011 Ideas to improve ambulance response times following a call to the 911 dispatching center have public safety at heart, but we can’t help but wonder who will pay for this. more »»

Tips for a safe Super Bowl Sunday

February 6, 2011 It’s Super Bowl Sunday once again, and to the delight of many local fans, the Pittsburgh Steelers are in it again, attempting to win their seventh championshi. more »»

Hold on, there are just seven weeks 'til spring

February 3, 2011 Today is the day we're supposed to be watching to see if the groundhog predicts an early spring. more »»

Increasing wages will not save Salem money

January 23, 2011 Is it just us, or were you baffled by Salem City Council’s vote to increase wages to help offset the amount elected officials are now being asked to contribute to their pension plan? Wasn’t the idea... more »»

Townships may be willing to pay for peace of mind

January 16, 2011 Columbiana County Sheriff Ray Stone expressed disappointment last week that Fairfield Township trustees had dropped efforts to contract with his office for extra police coverage. more »»

Landfill regulations, the tougher the better

January 9, 2011 An Associated Press story last week reported that the proposed strengthening of Ohio environmental restrictions regarding dumps that accept construction and demolition waste has some landfill... more »»

Johnson should learn from Wilson’s mistakes

January 2, 2011 When Charlie Wilson left for Washington four years ago, he was Charlie, the businessman from Belmont County, who spoke plainly and understood his district. more »»

Think before you drink, stay alive when you drive

December 31, 2010 Today is New Year’s Eve, believed by many to be the biggest party night of the yea. more »»

Pause to consider

December 25, 2010 For thousands of area residents, Christmas Morning brings with it a special joy that comes from compassionate, generous hearts. more »»

Sheriff made difficult but very prudent decision

December 20, 2010 Some may have been shocked when hearing that the Columbiana County prosecutor's office was dropping charges against an inmate who remained hospitalized after injuring himself at the county jail. more »»

Drive safely, don’t make this winter your last

December 15, 2010 Winter is still officially a few days away, but most of us are already growing weary of the snowy, arctic blast we’ve been experiencing since December began. more »»

ODOT needs to hear more squeaky wheels

December 12, 2010 Apparently the Ohio Department of Transportation believes the squeaky wheel should get the grease. ODOT officials tell St. more »»

Shopping dollars spent locally benefit everyone

December 5, 2010 You may have missed it, but sandwiched in between Black Friday and Cyber Monday last week was Small Business Saturday. If you haven’t heard of this yet, it’s no wonder. more »»

Gratitude and generosity

November 24, 2010 Despite the slow local economy there is much to be thankful for in Columbiana County. more »»



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