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Drunken driving death was just the first crime

September 22, 2013 It’s a shame the way the news media and others are fawning over Matthew Cordle, the 22-year-old Powell, Ohio man who became an Internet sensation for posting an online video of himself confessing to... more »»

Guards should not carry burden of this man’s death

September 15, 2013 In most cases, suicide is a horrible thing. It’s tragic to think a person feels their life has become so hopeless that they resort to killing themselves. more »»

Never forget Sept. 11, 2001

September 13, 2013 Today, as our president is asking Congress' backing to involve us in another war, this time in Syria, we pause to remember the tragic events of 12 years ago when terrorists attacked us on our own... more »»

The punishment should fit the crime in these cases

September 8, 2013 Drug overdoses have surpassed traffic accidents as the leading cause of death in Ohio. What a sad — but true — statemen. more »»

Travel safely this Labor Day

September 1, 2013 Labor Day began in 1894 as a day for America to honor its workers. It has changed significantly since that tim. more »»

Make it a safe school year

August 25, 2013 Some Columbiana County schools opened last week and the rest of those around the area will start classes in the next week, so it is a good time to remind everyone to be saf. more »»

Thanks to the AG’s office, justice was finally served

August 18, 2013 Because the state attorney general’s office was asked to get involved, a man is now behind bars for a crime committed nearly five years ago. more »»

Board may want to brush up on open meetings laws

August 11, 2013 East Liverpool School Board member Richard Wolf is to be commended for always trying to uphold open meeting laws. more »»

Digitizing newspapers will allow access to our archives

August 4, 2013 The Lisbon Lepper Library’s announcement that it would soon begin digitizing copies of this newspaper was music to our ears. more »»

This year’s fair offers something for everyone

July 28, 2013 It’s time once again to “Wheel on Down” to the Columbiana County Fair. The 168th edition of the annual fest is scheduled to kick off officially at 5 p.m. more »»

Don’t trust everything you see on social media

July 21, 2013 In the newspaper business, we know that editing, or a lack of it, can radically skew the meaning of a story. more »»

Tough times can bring out the best in people

July 14, 2013 We have said it before, but it’s worth mentioning again, when hard times hit in small towns, you’ll often see neighbors pitching in to help neighbors. more »»

Progress 2013

July 7, 2013 After many years of stagnation, the economy in the Columbiana County area appears to be moving in a positive direction thanks to the Utica and Marcellus Shale industry. more »»

Celebrate the nation's 237th birthday safely

July 3, 2013 Americans literally get a bang from the holiday weáre celebrating Wednesday. Even though it is illegal to detonate them in Ohio, fireworks will be booming and banging throughout the day and nigh. more »»

Public records laws have entered the digital age

June 23, 2013 East Palestine Village Solicitor Shirley Smith was wise to advise Village Council members to exercise caution when engaging in discussions of village business via email. more »»

Plenty to do, plenty to see in the county this weekend

June 20, 2013 Both ends of Columbiana County will be hopping with activity this weekend. more »»

He may not show it, but Dad likes the attention too

June 16, 2013 It appears that we are indebted to our good neighbors in West Virginia for the celebration of both Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. more »»

Go further on revisions to open meetings law

June 2, 2013 Ohio state Sen. Shannon Jones has proposed legislation to strengthen Ohio’s open meetings law. more »»

Some tips for keeping graduation season safe

May 26, 2013 High school graduation time is upon us once again in Columbiana County. It began Friday with Southern Local and Beaver Local, followed by East Palestine on Saturday. more »»

County should go after stolen money, one way or another

May 20, 2013 A state audit report issued last week states a former employee in the Columbiana County engineer's office inflated her husband's payroll records by $5,273, not the $459 she entered a plea to six... more »»

 
 

 

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