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Land bank is a good idea

April 27, 2014 Columbiana County’s landscape may be blemished with fewer dilapidated buildings in the future thanks to the creation of a land bank by county commissioners. more »»

It’s simple: just buckle up

April 13, 2014 Everyone should wear seat belts when they are driving or riding in motor vehicles. It is required by Ohio law and it has been proven to save lives. Nevertheless, many still choose to not buckle up. more »»

With truth comes trust

April 6, 2014 Columbiana Councilman Lowell Schloneger recently berated concerned citizens who had used the term “man camp” when referring to an 88-bed single story hotel being proposed for development at the... more »»

Protecting the public’s right, and responsibility, to know

March 23, 2014 You may not have realized it, but this past week, March 16-22, was national Sunshine Week. more »»

Be safe on St. Patrick’s Day

March 15, 2014 It’s time for the wearin’ o’ the green and the drinkin’ o’ the green beer and other such intoxicating beverages. Whether we’re really Irish or not, many of us will be celebrating St. more »»

East Palestine wasting energy on leasing idea

March 9, 2014 The time has come for East Palestine Village Council to quit wasting so much time at every meeting debating the merits of Councilman Don Elzer’s flawed plan for leasing village property for shale ga... more »»

Now is not yet the time to solve pothole problem

March 2, 2014 It’s been a long, cruel winter. Every time we think Old Man Winter may be ready to say goodbye, he gives us another Arctic blast. Many say this has been the worst winter of their lifetim. more »»

Center Township zoning plan deserves a chance

February 23, 2014 Center Township is attempting to do something all communities should do — protect their residents’ property values. more »»

911 service is too valuable to either ignore or discard

February 16, 2014 Columbiana County officials worked for more than 20 years to bring 911 emergency service to our residents. more »»

School officials deserve patience, and better weather

February 9, 2014 Cold, snowy, icy and just plain nasty weather has been the norm this winter throughout the state of Ohio and a large section of the countr. more »»

Another deadly reminder

January 26, 2014 “Seatbelts Save Lives.” That has been the mantra of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for more than a generation, but apparently a lot of people still haven’t gotten the messag. more »»

Sharing wealth, responsibility

January 22, 2014 Editor: As a former county commissioner, I keep tuned in to what is happening around the county as well as the regio. more »»

County fighting the good fight, and holding its own

January 12, 2014 The war on drugs is still being waged with a vengeance in Columbiana County and it appears that the continuing vigilance is producing some results. more »»

Get ready for the cold

January 5, 2014 Arctic, bone-chilling, sub-zero temperatures, which our area has not experienced for more than 20 years are headed this way Monday night into Tuesday morning. more »»

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 »»

 
 
 

 

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