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Lighting the passage to autumn

September 2, 2014 Ten lighted boats participated in the Guilford Lake Civic Association's annual end of the summer lighted boat parade Saturday nigh. more »»

 
 
 
RR crossings closed today

September 2, 2014 SALEM — Salem residents are reminded that Norfolk Southern is planning to close all eight railroad crossings in the city today for a rail replacement project. more »»

Race and alumni reunion joining Street Fair weekend

September 2, 2014 COLUMBIANA— Columbiana alumni and the general public will have some options for entertainment this weekend, with the first ever Firestone Park Homecoming Race scheduled for Saturday and the 50 Plus... more »»

Council, mayor discuss future

September 2, 2014 SUMMITVILLE—The mayor and council still remain at odds over his contention that the village is heading toward financial insolvency and should be dissolved. more »»

Discipline, love a fine line in career of probation officer

September 2, 2014 LISBON — Some children are easier to love than others, but Michael Hunt has spent more than 40 years helping many of the most at-risk and difficult children and teens become productive adults. more »»

Annual Pasta Bowl Dinner slated at St. Paul Sept. 12

September 2, 2014 SALEM— The Saint Paul School Home and School Association will host its Pasta Bowl Dinner from 4 to 7 p.m. Sept. 12 in the St. more »»

Diverse fair-goers connect with nature, each other

September 2, 2014 Whether they are farmers or city dwellers, young or old, fully entrenched homesteaders or just "dipping their toe" into the waters of sustainable living, like-minded folks from all over the U.. more »»

‘Waving’ goodbye to summer

September 1, 2014 Nick and Ashley Mesmer took advantage of their grandfather's lake in Salem Township and nice weather to do some jet skiing and tubing recently. more »»

Commissioners seek to recoup software money

September 1, 2014 LISBON —Legal action is being contemplated to recover $470,000 spent on a new case-management system for Columbiana County courts after the software provider abruptly pulled ou. more »»

RR crossings will be closed in Salem

September 1, 2014 Motorists are reminded that all the railroad crossings in Salem will be closed Tuesday for most of the day due to a rail replacement project. more »»

South Range schools hailed for health awareness

September 1, 2014 BEAVER TOWNSHIP— The South Range Local School District has accomplished a first for area schools. The American Heart Association has named the district a Fit Friendly Worksite. more »»

Unemployment numbers down

September 1, 2014 SALEM—The unemployment news is much improved with the latest state data, according to Cleveland economic Research George Zelle. more »»

Rogers council OKs fire pact

September 1, 2014 ROGERS — The village will have fire protection for five more years following approval of its contract with the Negley Volunteer Department. Council approved renewal of the contract at its Aug. more »»

East Liverpool WWII veteran getting new grave marker

September 1, 2014 EAST LIVERPOOL—An East Liverpool veteran who died while serving in an elite Army unit will receive a new tombstone at Riverview Cemetery on Thursday, just 11 days after the 70th anniversary of his... more »»

Plunging into their studies

September 1, 2014 Lisbon Village Council recently opened the Sadie Van Fossen Pool and park for students in grades 6-9 to reward students for passing their 2014 Ohio Achievement Assessments. more »»

Look what I found

September 1, 2014 Two-year-old Rosa Wallace of East Rochester plays with some gourds at the Canfield Fair. Today marks the close of the fair. more »»

Keeping cool in Canfield

August 31, 2014 Six-month-old Kenzie Coblentz was staying cool and having fun at her first Canfield Fair Wednesday by taking a dip in the watering trough display at the Bardo Hill Farms. more »»

Committee looking into joint 911 system

August 31, 2014 LISBON — Columbiana County’s 911 committee wants to take it slow in exploring whether to join with two other counties in creating a linked system as a way to save mone. more »»

Early salt buy nets big savings for county

August 31, 2014 LISBON — While other communities are faced with skyrocketing road salt prices, Columbiana County Engineer Bert Dawson was able to acquire 80 percent of his supply in May, when prices were half of... more »»

Educational leadership going to head of class at West Branch

August 31, 2014 BELOIT— The leadership teams at West Branch Local Schools will make a concerted effort this year to keep the school board informed of educational goals and achievements. more »»

THE MOVING WALL TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

August 31, 2014 THE MOVING WALL TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS COLUMBIANA COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS SEPTEMBER 11 –15 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 8:15 a.m. more »»

 
 

 

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