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Walkers raise $25,000 for Heartbeat

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EAST LIVERPOOL — Heartbeat of Columbiana County held its annual Walk for Life on Saturday at Thompson Park in East Liverpool. Despite the chilly morning, more than 170 people turned out to walk in support of the organization and the free services it provides to local women and families. ...

Joy of Christmas light show readied

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COLUMBIANA — The annual Joy of Christmas light display organized by the Columbiana Area Tourism Bureau will begin on Nov. 16. The drive-through holiday light display opening night will begin at 6 p.m. at the Harvey S. Firestone Park located at 338 E. Park Ave. in Columbiana. The ...

Ballot issue seeks to reform Ohio drug laws

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CLEVELAND — A November ballot issue aimed at reforming Ohio’s drug laws, reducing the state’s prison population and making millions of new dollars available for drug treatment should be part of the state constitution because the Republican-dominated Legislature has failed to address ...

Police

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Highway Patrol — Lucas James Voorhees, 18, Kiowa Cove, Negley, was northbound on state Route 7 in Elkrun Township at 6:53 p.m. Saturday and hit a deer. — Kim R. Stanley, 49, Cedarwood Avenue, Alliance, was northbound on Homeworth Road in Knox Township at 11:36 a.m. Thursday and was backed ...

New markers placed on graves of Civil War veterans

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SALEM — Two Grand Army of the Republic Civil War veterans who went to their graves in the early 1920s now have new markers at Grandview Cemetery honoring their service to the Union. “As Sons of Union Veterans, that’s what we do. It’s an honor for me and our group to honor those who ...

Recycling idea kicked to the curb

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LISBON — The Village Council committee asked to take a second look at the feasibility of implementing a curbside recycling program still does not believe it is a good idea. Councilwoman Dawn Thomas, who was named chairman of the special committee, said they did not find any new information ...

Businessman finds new site for meadery

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LISBON — The person wanting to open a honey wine meadery in town has found a new location. Philip Campbell of Buffalo obtained a permit to open his meadery in the former Pozenel Insurance storefront on South Park Avenue. Campbell had planned to open the meadery in the former Motorcycle ...

Deputy’s job filled, 2 more remain open

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LISBON — Columbiana County Sheriff Ray Stone hired a Liverpool Township police to replace a deputy who recently quit. Stone said Kevin Walker started Oct. 8, replacing deputy Jon Price, who quit Sept. 30 to take a job with the East Cleveland Police Department. Walker had been a full-time ...

Lunchbox Auction

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CINCINNATI — Look, up on the shelf! It’s Superman. There’s the king of the wild frontier himself, Davy Crockett. And over in that case is Davy Crockett again, except this time he’s Daniel Boone (we’ll explain later). And aaaaay! It’s The Fonz and the whole “Happy Days” ...

Museums offer yoga, meditation with art

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A little mindfulness is part of the collection at many American art museums, which are offering yoga, meditation and other wellness programming as part of the art-viewing experience. In New York City, the Brooklyn Museum offers yoga and meditation sessions. The Metropolitan Museum of Art last ...