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Roasts and Toasts

December 19, 2013 TOAST syndicated columnist Ben Shapiro, whose column appears in the Morning Journal, for having the courage to tell the complete life story of iconic South African leader Nelson Mandela, warts and... more »»

Recorder’s mistake will cost county taxpayers

December 15, 2013 It shouldn’t have taken the involvement of the Ohio Supreme Court to realize that Columbiana County Recorder Theresa Bosel was wrong to delay compliance with a public records request. more »»

Time running out on Rogers

December 14, 2013 It appears Rogers’ status as a village may be coming to an end. Money is running out and most residents are opposed to enacting an income tax. more »»

Fair board deserves support, credit for grandstands project

December 8, 2013 When the 169th Columbiana County Fair kicks off next year, there should be new grandstands from which to view the demolition derbies, tractor pulls, concerts and other main attractions. more »»

What Pearl Harbor meant, and what it still means today

December 7, 2013 On a calm Sunday afternoon 72 years ago, Americans tuning into their favorite radio programs learned that their placid lives had been shattered. The Japanese had attacked Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. more »»

A day for giving thanks

November 28, 2013 Throughout our great land, Thanksgiving is celebrated today. It is a uniquely American holiday, in which the purpose of the occasion has not been subordinated to materialis. more »»

East Palestine council should make this concession . . . stand

November 24, 2013 Looks like East Palestine Village Council may be getting ready to cut its losses and get out of operating the concession stand in the park. more »»

County’s generosity is bountiful again this year

November 22, 2013 As we prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving in Columbiana County and the surrounding area we realize there is much to be thankful for again this year. more »»

Good safety procedures begin with notification

November 17, 2013 Along with the opportunity for economic improvement the shale boom has also brought the increased potential for environmental hazards to Columbiana County and the surrounding area. more »»

Veterans Day is a tribute to those who keep us free

November 10, 2013 It all began on Nov. 11, 1918 and was originally known as Armistice Day. It was the celebration of the end of World War I, the war that was called “the war to end all wars. more »»

Our futures are on the ballot this Election Day

November 3, 2013 Tuesday is Election Day, a very important day for determining the futures of our local communities. more »»

Sometimes the best moves are ones that don’t pan out

October 27, 2013 The village of Salineville can probably count its blessings that newly hired police officer Terry G. Weyand never showed up for work. more »»

Early detection is key to breast cancer fight

October 20, 2013 Everyone is wearing pink this month. Pro and college football players are donning pink socks and sporting other pink accessories. more »»

This was a good season for local baseball fans

October 13, 2013 It’s amazing how many Americans allow the success of our sports teams to determine our happiness levels. But... more »»

Too many fire dangers can spoil the cook

October 7, 2013 This week is National Fire Prevention Week ä a week set aside to honor our firefighters and review fire safety procedures. more »»

Local news is still the Morning Journal’s focus

October 6, 2013 Today is the beginning of National Newspaper Week, the time every year during which newspapers pay homage to ourselves and celebrates the ways we affect everyday life. more »»

Maintain the focus, professionally

October 2, 2013 There is an apparent rift between county Prosecutor Robert Herron and Sheriff Ray Stone, and that cannot be good for Columbiana County. more »»

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 »»



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