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The community’s cornerstone

October 7, 2012 Today is the beginning of National Newspaper Week, the week every year during which newspapers pay homage to themselve. more »»

No excuse for such violence

October 6, 2012 There are few creatures more vile than those who prey on innocent animals and human being. more »»

The one that got away should be returned now

September 30, 2012 It’s sad when dedicated people work hard to improve their community, and low-life thieves and vandals try to sabotage their efforts. more »»

A part of ‘living history’

September 22, 2012 The 150th anniversary of the American Civil War has given us a chance to reflect on the devastating impact that war had on our country. more »»

End it

September 16, 2012 Just when we thought the city of East Liverpool vs. Buckeye Water District seven-year-old lawsuit was headed for resolution, East Liverpool is reneging on the agreement and asking for more money. more »»

Remember those we lost

September 11, 2012 It has been 11 years since the terrorists' attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 changed our world in many ways. Last year many local remembrances were scheduled to mark the 10th anniversary of that tragedy. more »»

Hirings should be both legal and morally right

September 9, 2012 City Councilman and retired East Liverpool city firefighter Ray Perorazio is right to shine the light on the recent hirings by the fire chief and question whether they’re prope. more »»

Don’t be another statistic this Labor Day weekend

September 2, 2012 Labor Day began in 1894 as a day for America to honor its workers. It has changed significantly since that tim. more »»

If commissioners share casino funds, everyone wins

August 26, 2012 Should Columbiana County commissioners share the loot? Commissioners recently announced that their first share of tax receipts from Ohio’s first two casinos would be nearly $94,000. more »»

Beaver Creek should stay off-limits to drilling

August 19, 2012 The Marcellus and Utica Shale drilling boom has taken our area by storm. more »»

Safe Surrender has potential

August 18, 2012 The recent Fugitive Safe Surrender program held at the Lisbon Nazarene Church had minimal success — only 24 fugitives turned themselves in — but it is still a worthwhile program, with a few changes. more »»

Foreclosure notification ordinance is just plain dumb

August 12, 2012 Here’s a nomination for the stupid legislation pile: East Liverpool’s proposed foreclosure notification ordinance. more »»

Research library is worthy to bear Dale Shaffer’s name

August 11, 2012 We have long regarded the late Dale Shaffer as one of the treasures of Salem and Columbiana County. more »»

Commissioners are hedging their bet with casino funds

August 5, 2012 Gambling foes kept casinos out of the Buckeye State for years while surrounding states cashed in on the loot. more »»

The county fair offers something for everybody

July 30, 2012 It's hard to believe that the summer is slipping away so quickly, but it's time once again to "wheel on down" to the Columbiana County Fair. more »»

It may be convenient, but early voting could be costly

July 22, 2012 “You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make it drink,” as the old saying goes. By the same token you can make voting extremely easy but many people will still not vot. more »»

An improved 911 system is a benefit for everyone

July 21, 2012 The exact location of 911 calls made within Columbiana County, whether they are from land lines or cell phones, should be able to be determined by 911 system dispatchers by the end of the year. more »»

Make it a happy and safe Independence Day

July 3, 2012 Americans literally get a bang from the holiday we're celebrating Wednesday. Even though it is illegal to detonate them in Ohio, fireworks will be booming and banging throughout the day and nigh. more »»

Dignity was thrown aside during officials’ quarrel

July 1, 2012 Two days before tabloid talk show host Jerry Springer came to town to help the Democrats, two Republican county officials — Commissioner Mike Halleck and Common Pleas Court Judge Ashley Pike —... more »»

Dad likes the attention as much as Mom does

June 17, 2012 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 »»



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