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EDI time capsule buried

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Staff and clients at Employment Development Inc., County Home Road, Lisbon, buried a time capsule on Friday morning. (Left front) Peggy Anderson, Karen Grubbs, (left back) Marti Leake, Derrick Fielder, executive director Jacob Lawton, (back right) Donna Felger, Tina Cochran, (front right) ...

Woman sentenced for taking baby for ride

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LISBON — An East Liverpool woman who took another woman’s baby without permission for a couple hours in December was ordered to complete counseling at the Eastern Ohio Correctional Center in Lisbon. Kira Elaine Dunn, 33, Weber Lane, was initially charged with abduction, a first-degree ...

Salem man looks back on moon landing

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SALEM — When astronaut Neil Armstrong took that small step for man and giant leap for mankind 50 years ago today, he got a big boost from so many others. Among the hundreds of NASA support team members was Ronnie White. A longtime Salem resident, he was tasked with helping monitor fuel and ...

United faces decision on building plan

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HANOVERTON — The United school board is considering a possible building project with the increase in property tax from the natural gas collection and processing plant in Kensington. The school board this week met with SHP Architects to learn about possible building projects through the Ohio ...

4th gator sighting in Pittsburgh

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PITTSBURGH — A baby alligator was found far from the tropics in the parking lot of a grocery store outside Pittsburgh on Friday morning, the fourth alligator discovered near the city since May. An employee found the 2-foot-long creature near a garbage can at the Giant Eagle grocery store in ...

Sunday breakfast

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A pancake breakfast will be served from 8 a.m. to noon Sunday at Beaver Creek State Park’s Pioneer Village. In addition to buttermilk pancakes, there will be corn cakes, sausage, fresh seasonal fruit and beverages for a $6 donation that benefits continued maintenance and improvements to ...

World Briefing

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Suspect had grudge against studio TOKYO — The man suspected of setting ablaze a beloved Japanese animation studio, killing 33 people, was raging about theft and witnesses and media reported he had a grudge against the company, as questions arose why such mass killings keep happening in ...

Skin cancer screenings scheduled

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Sometimes you find something suspicious above an eyebrow, on your hand or arm, something you didn’t notice before. Maybe it’s a mole that changed, something with an irregular border – that may simply be a symptom of aging. Sometimes that innocent-looking freckle may be more than just a ...

Pete’s Place

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Former longtime Salem Parks maintenance foreman Pete Sauerwein and his family, including from left, son Shawn, wife Dianne, Pete and daughter Shannon, stand within the flower garden designed, landscaped and maintained by Pete on the north side of East Pershing Street directly across from the ...