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Sometimes the greatest gift you can give is your own time

August 14, 2011 “Giving back,” has become an overused cliche in recent years. more »»

Safety forces do their finest work during times of crisis

August 13, 2011 We never cease to be amazed at the way safety forces in Columbiana County band together in times of crisis. more »»

Baseball fans should keep in mind that it’s only a game

August 7, 2011 Just about everyone knows an annoying sports fan whose enthusiasm borders on fantacism or downright craziness. more »»

So much to do, so little time

August 6, 2011 If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, Columbiana County is the place to be. We have fairs, festivals, reunions and yard sales going on from one end of the county to the other. more »»

Other board members were wrong to censure Wolf

July 31, 2011 It goes without saying that Richard Wolf has been surrounded by controversy most of the time since his return as a member of the East Liverpool Board of Education. more »»

Church could have been closed with compassion

July 24, 2011 Many changes in our world have been necessitated by the economic decline the entire country has been experiencing lately. more »»

There are many ways, places to survive the heat

July 21, 2011 If hot weather is your cup of tea, you should really enjoy the next few days. Keep in mind, however, that excessive heat is the top cause of death when it comes to weather and natural disasters. more »»

Don’t celebrate July 4th in the emergency room

July 3, 2011 Americans literally get a bang from the holiday we’re celebrating Monday. Even though it is illegal to detonate them in Ohio, fireworks will be booming and banging throughout the day and night. more »»

Closing the Calcutta Post Office may not be so bad

June 26, 2011 When times get tough, tough decisions must be made. And while most people agree that government must be downsized in order to make needed budget cuts, no one wants those cutbacks to affect the. more »»

They may not show it, but dads like the attention, too

June 19, 2011 It appears that we are indebted to our good neighbors in West Virginia for the celebration of both Mother’s Day and Father’s Da. more »»

Fly the flag today preferably, an American-made one

June 14, 2011 Today, the American flag is 234 years old. The Second Continental Congress officially adopted the stars and stripes as our national symbol on June 14, 177. more »»

Installation of the traffic light in Calcutta is overdue

June 13, 2011 Back in February, after receiving numerous public requests, the Ohio Department of Transportation announced that it would install a left turn signal at the intersection of state Route 11 and Dresden... more »»

Business, neighbors should be able to live together

June 13, 2011 You wouldn't think that the city of East Liverpool would be in the position to drive away businesse. more »»

Saluting D-Day heroes

June 6, 2011 It is easy now for younger generations to think of D-Day as the stuff of movies, of “Saving Private Ryan” or “Band of Brothers.” But 67 years ago today, it was no movie. more »»

A wake-up call

June 3, 2011 Editor: The cold war between the Soviet Union and the USA began in February 1945 after the Yalta Conference and ended in 1991 when Boris Yeltsin came to power. more »»

Take time to reflect

May 30, 2011 The origins of the holiday have been debated throughout much of our nation’s history, but we all recognize Memorial Day as a time to honor our war dead and as the unofficial kickoff of the summer... more »»

Health care costs are nothing new to private sector workers

May 29, 2011 It’s no wonder Ohio’s public employees are upset about the passage of Senate Bill 5 and are working to have it repeale. more »»

County officials are right to fight OEPA designation

May 22, 2011 Columbiana County officials are right to be upset about the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency’s possible designation of the county as being in violation of air pollution standards. more »»

Salem cannot afford to delay drainage study much longer

May 16, 2011 Time is running out for Salem to deal with its stormwater drainage study mandated by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. more »»



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