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Obamacare will send costs up

February 27, 2013 Calls for repeal of "Obamacare," the president's national health care takeover, seemed to fade away after President Barack Obama was re-elected last November. more »»


February 24, 2013 Roses from a reader for the recycling changes at the city hall location. Sliding doors means no more hefting loads up and over into the bins. The elderly and not quite so strong appreciate tha. more »»

Being neighborly: Obama should approve pipeline?

February 23, 2013 Perhaps President Barack Obama should worry more about the American people than about radical environmentalists who have bullied him during his first four years, never satisfied with his own... more »»

A message to the FFA: Thank you

February 21, 2013 You may have watched the TV commercial airing during the Super Bowl about farmers. Millions did. It was masterfully crafted. more »»

Big oil players must help regulate subcontractors

February 20, 2013 Major gas and oil companies with drilling operations in our area seem to have a good-neighbor attitude about their operations. more »»

Make concerts safer by keeping pyrotechnics out

February 19, 2013 Music is only part of the show at many concerts these days. Unfortunately, death sometimes is on stage, too. During the weekend, people in West Warwick, R.I., observed a grim anniversary. more »»


February 17, 2013 Thorns to an apparent meth lab operating or in the process of being assembled to operate within a syringe throw of city hall and the police station. more »»

Kasich wise to hedge bets on casino revenue

February 12, 2013 Ohio officials will hedge their bets on state revenue from casino gambling, Gov. John Kasich revealed this wee. more »»

Kasich’s plan does provide a foundation

February 9, 2013 Taking less money out of Ohioans’ pockets while making it easier for small businesses to thrive seems like a clear path to more jobs and a better economy in the Buckeye State. more »»

New numbers help report child abuse

February 8, 2013 A statewide phone number is now available for anybody who suspects child abuse or neglect in Ohi. more »»

Ohio records need to be more, not less, open

February 6, 2013 When Ohio’s Open Records Law was originally enacted, it was an excellent safeguard against local and state governments keeping secrets from the public. Now, not so much. more »»

Judge must ensure rape trial is fair

February 5, 2013 Judge Thomas Lipps was right to order the trial of two Jefferson County teenagers accused of raping a girl be open to the press and public and be held in Steubenville. more »»

Don’t make it a stupid Super Bowl Sunday

February 3, 2013 The Super Bowl will be played this evening. It is America’s biggest unofficial holiday. more »»

Uncover, prevent bullying of children

February 1, 2013 The little 11-year-old girl in London, Ohio, frequently came home from school crying, her parents told police this week. more »»

Conservatives get 4 months to make their caseConservatives in the House of Representatives really had no choice but to postpone debate over increasing the national debt ceiling, as they voted on Wednesday to do. President Barack Obama and liberals in the

January 29, 2013 Conservatives in the House of Representatives really had no choice but to postpone debate over increasing the national debt ceiling, as they voted on Wednesday to do. more »»

Catholic Schools certainly do raise the standards

January 28, 2013 Catholic schools across the country including St. Paul School in Salem are celebrating Catholic Schools Week. It began yesterday and runs through Saturday. more »»


January 27, 2013 Roses to nice people as we like to regularly point out. Reader Hazel Piriak of Salem writes: “To the editor: Saturday, Jan. 12, I went shopping at Sparkle market in Salem. more »»

Get to the bottom of deadly attack on Benghazi embassy

January 26, 2013 During the weeks before the November presidential election, questions about the Sept. 11 attack that killed the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other Americans came primarily from Republican. more »»

Stop covering for criminals in Ohio

January 25, 2013 Ohioans who believe they can rely on criminal background checks to warn them against hiring dangerous employees may be wrong. more »»



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