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Come out and celebrate iFest

August 8, 2013 Next to the Salem Super Cruise, one of the biggest downtown crowd magnets will be here Saturday. more »»

Abortion rules no ‘war on women’

August 6, 2013 New Ohio regulations on abortion clinics are a “war on women’s health,” the head of a pro-abortion group claimed last week. more »»

Successful schools suffer in budget While we have always supported the function that charter schools serve in Ohio and defended them against undue criticism from their public school counterparts, some of the funding language favoring charters in the new

July 31, 2013 While we have always supported the function that charter schools serve in Ohio and defended them against undue criticism from their public school counterparts, some of the funding language favoring... more »»

Fairs are big part of area’s summer

July 29, 2013 There's no glitz, glamour or full-scale high-tech wizardry used to awe which seems to be needed — or felt it is needed — in this day and age of providing entertainment. more »»

OSU? racking study plan worthwhile

July 27, 2013 Although federal officials recently gave hydraulic fracturing at gas and oil wells a clean bill of health, much more remains to be learned about the practice. more »»

Making the war on coal global

July 26, 2013 Xor decades, leaders of the World Bank have recognized one of the surest ways to reduce poverty in developing countries is to help their residents obtain reasonably priced electricity. more »»

Defense chief needs to lead

July 25, 2013 Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is spending much of his time these days jetting around the country to spread his woe-is-us message to the Pentagon’s civilian worker. more »»

Judge should ban ‘pre-meeting’ official gathering

July 24, 2013 Most of the time when public officials try end-runs around Ohio’s open meetings law, they sincerely just want to get things done for taxpayers in the most efficient ways possible. more »»

Obama must keep US out of Syria

July 23, 2013 Presidents are right to insist the Pentagon prepare contingency plans to meet any eventuality, no matter how remote the possibility they may be used. more »»

Roses&Thorns

July 21, 2013 Roses to good people. Plain, pure and simply good people. An example was recently submitted to us. An elderly women fell on an East State Street sidewalk. more »»

Ohio legislators looking out for all state’s taxpayers

July 20, 2013 Ohio legislators worried about paying the state’s bills are getting a bad rap. Perhaps Buckeye State taxpayers should stand behind them more firmly. Earlier this year, Gov. more »»

Ohio should stick with front plate

July 18, 2013 Periodically, proposals to change Ohio law requiring that vehicle owners display license plates on the front and rear of their cars and trucks come up. more »»

More funds alone won’t cure schools

July 10, 2013 Ohio’s recently enacted state budget bill makes some changes to the way schools are funded. more »»

New agency a wise approach

July 9, 2013 Ohio is taking a step, on paper, at least, to cope with one of the most infuriating aspects of government — agencies that waste money in duplicating efforts, often sacrificing effectiveness in the... more »»

NRC?chief needs to do better job

July 6, 2013 Transparency will be the hallmark of her administration of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Allison MacFarlane assured U.S. more »»

CHURCH HAPPENINGS

July 6, 2013 Women of Vision to meet COLUMBIANA — Women of His Vision is a group of women from Columbiana, Mahoning and Trumbull counties that meets on the second Saturday of each month at Das Dutch Haus in... more »»

ACROSS OUR COMMUNITIES

July 6, 2013 Ghost walk set tonight HANOVERTON — Hanoverton’s first ghost walk of the 2013 season begins at 8:15 p.m. today at the Spread Eagle Tavern and includes a trip to the cemetery. more »»

Don't waste jobless training funds

July 3, 2013 Taxpayer-funded programs to help the unemployed find new jobs traditionally have been among the most inefficient, corrupt initiatives in government — and that is saying a lo. more »»

Enjoy your holiday with local activities

July 2, 2013 “The second day of July, 1776, will be the most memorable epoch in the history of America. I am apt to believe that it will be celebrated by succeeding generations as the great anniversary festival. more »»

Obama’s war on coal to cost plenty

June 29, 2013 President Barack Obama is intelligent enough to understand what his declaration of war on the coal industry will mean to tens of millions of Americans. more »»

 
 

 

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