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Water plant operator to face criminal probe

January 26, 2016 The Sebring water superintendent has been placed on administrative leave and is facing a criminal investigation by the Ohio EPA for allegedly falsifying records. more »»

No lead in water detected in any West Branch School District buildings

January 26, 2016 BELOIT—The Ohio EPA has completed water testing at West Branch High School, West Branch Middle School and the West Branch Athletic Building and there was no detection of lead in the water at any of... more »»

Several schools closed today

January 26, 2016 West Branch middle and high schools, as well as the preschool, will remain closed today due to concerns about Sebring water qualit. more »»

Trustees get more bids for equipment storage building

January 26, 2016 Trustees received more bids and some better prices this time around for construction of an equipment storage building, but made no decision Monday, pending a review of bid documents. more »»

Guide dog missing from Rogers home may have turned up in Texas

January 26, 2016 ROGERS — A guide dog who went missing from a Rogers home last year has possibly been found in Texas. more »»

STEAM leadership program in works at Columbiana High

January 26, 2016 COLUMBIANA — Columbiana High School is continuing to develop a program that will give students more options for their future. more »»

Tasty snow

January 26, 2016 Kaz, a Welsh terrier, sports a snow mustache as he and his owner, Bruce Wiggins of Columbiana, take a walk in Firestone Park. more »»

Davenport quits Dem race

January 26, 2016 LISBON — One of the two Democratic congressional candidates is quitting the race. Michael D. more »»

Schools remain closed

January 25, 2016 SEBRING (AP) — Sebring Schools are canceled today as more tests are being done due to elevated levels of lead and copper found in tap water. more »»

United Local student, grandpa build on idea to provide a gift for students

January 25, 2016 HANOVERTON — Being a straight A student in United Local's gifted program, fourth-grader Samara Martin is good at solving challenges. She wasn't going to take this one sitting down. more »»

Council making little noise over quiet zones

January 25, 2016 COLUMBIANA —The city is in no hurry to file a letter of intent for the quiet zone project. more »»

Council seeks input on building murals

January 25, 2016 COLUMBIANA — Business growth in the downtown area has led the city to begin reviewing its laws, or lack thereof. The city’s planning commission will continue a discussion at its Feb. more »»

State releases front half of new report card

January 25, 2016 LISBON —Results from the first half of the new state report card were released last week. more »»

Getting ready for the Polar Plunge for Rescue

January 25, 2016 Members of the VFW Post 892 and the AMVETS Post 45 in Salem will participate in the second annual Polar Plunge for Rescue at the Guilford Lake Grill on Jan. 30. more »»

Head of the class

January 25, 2016 Crestview was a repeat winner as it captured the championship with seven round wins in the 2016 Columbiana County Academic Challenge held Saturday at Crestview High School. more »»

Group aims to promote downtown

January 24, 2016 SALEM — To promote and enhance Salem’s historic downtown — that’s the mission for business owners, building owners and others joining forces on behalf of the landscape inside Lincoln and Ellsworth... more »»

Council commits to EMS

January 24, 2016 LEETONIA — Village council members have made a verbal commitment to fixing the EMS department and keeping it operating. more »»

Traffic deaths up in state, down in county

January 24, 2016 LISBON — While traffic deaths increased statewide over the last two years, deaths on Columbiana County roads decreased from 2014. more »»

New mayor anxious to revitalize village through available funding

January 24, 2016 LISBON — New Mayor Joe Morenz could be found in his office this week hunched over a computer searching for state and federal grants to help revitalize the village in general and the downtown in... more »»

St. Paul parishioners host own March for Life

January 23, 2016 SALEM — Parishioners at St. Paul Church in Salem hosted their own March for Life Friday, enduring freezing cold temperatures as their counterparts in Washington, D.C. more »»

 
 

 

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