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Salem could be truly beautiful

May 2, 2013 Editor: If I were new to the area and coming into Salem from any one of the main routes I would think twice about relocating to such a dismal area. Every route coming into Salem is lined with litte. more »»

A tradition

April 28, 2013 Editor: It’s a recent Saturday morning around 7 a.m. I find myself with a dozen other men, cutting grass, raking, leveling dirt, setting and lining base paths and hanging sponsor banners. more »»

Old times

April 17, 2013 Editor: Memories of my time as a Morgan’s Raider. more »»

Time to change, for the good

April 12, 2013 Editor: Recently I tuned in to a popular talk show and listened to a rather heated discussion about the social problems facing this countr. more »»

Saturday mail should remain

April 11, 2013 Editor: The Postmaster General’s proposed plan to end Saturday mail is ill informed, and it may ultimately just discourage customers from using the Postal Service reducing mail volumes even further... more »»

Meals on Wheels needs your support

April 10, 2013 Editor: You never know when you might be in need of Columbiana Area Meals on Wheels, and we never think it could be us, but before my husband passed away we were receiving Meal on Wheels and it was ... more »»

The poisoning persists

April 4, 2013 Editor: So if the rumors we have been hearing for the past 10 years are true, that the original construction debris put in the Negley Dump was from the 9/11 disaster, then the people in Negley and... more »»

Highlighting need for shelter

April 3, 2013 Editor: The story in the Morning Journal on March 29 was very beautifully written by Jo Ann Bobby-Gilbert. more »»

Animal neglect

April 3, 2013 Editor: Most people have probably heard the old joke that someone “couldn’t get elected dog catcher. more »»

It was a very good Good Friday

April 2, 2013 Editor: I wanted to commend the Morning Journal on an awesome story in Friday’s edition. more »»

Hit list

April 2, 2013 Editor: Shame on the Grand Ole Opry and the entertainment media for trying to dovetail this new country western music with the old. more »»

Papal praise

March 31, 2013 Editor: After waiting with much anticipation for the election of our new pope, I am ecstatic with the election of Pope Francis. more »»

Shady days again in Lisbon

March 26, 2013 Editor: It’s that time of year again when the Lisbon Shade Tree Commission will be conducting a spring planting. more »»

Another kind of shady days

March 26, 2013 Editor: Hold onto your empty wallets folks, another U.S. president has gone to the Middle East to broker a peace deal, or should I say “piece” deal. more »»

More tax talk

March 24, 2013 Editor: In 2011, United Local School Board put a $9.75 million levy on the ballot for a new school. It was turned down two times by the voter. more »»

America’s path

March 23, 2013 Editor: Americans, specifically 66 percent, believe the country is heading in the wrong direction. The Bible and the Constitution are integral to our nation’s survival. more »»

Pump support into fire levy

March 21, 2013 Editor: The village of Lisbon, Center Township and Elkrun Township jointly own and share the building that contains the fire department in Lisbon. more »»

Team Clayton helps, asks help

March 18, 2013 Editor: As “Team Clayton” approaches our fourth year of fund-raising for the Walk for Autism to be held at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on June 1, we look for another successful year. more »»

Still waiting

March 16, 2013 Editor: This is a suggestion for Scott Cahill, TAC, and Salem City Council as they consider TAC’s proposals. I haven’t heard of any further developments since Mr. more »»

Past and future

March 15, 2013 Editor: In the late 1990s, the Lisbon Area Chamber of Commerce funded the annexation of Route 154 that borders the village of Lisbon and Elkrun Townshi. more »»

 
 

 

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