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Former dog warden pleads guilty to theft

Local News

LISBON — Former county Dog Warden Dawn Croft pleaded guilty Wednesday to three felony charges, including theft in office reflecting more than $26,000 stolen during her time at the county dog pound. Croft appeared with her defense attorney Christopher Amato before Judge Megan Bickerton in ...

Highway Patrol/Lisbon Post

Police & Courts

Rick L. Davis, 58, Lisbon, was westbound on U.S. 30 in Hanover Township at 12:28 p.m. Tuesday and was making a left turn to travel south on Gavers Road and was sideswiped by Floyd Smalley Jr., 83, Hanoverton, who was northbound on Gavers Road. Both were found at fault and no citations were ...

Wimberley receives Golden Horseshoe award

Community News

NEW CUMBERLAND — Shea Wimberley, was chosen as Oak Glen Middle School’s prestigious Golden Horseshoe award for her knowledge of West Virginia history and culture. She is the daughter of David and Gloria Wimberley. In May, Golden Horseshoe award winners are invited to a ceremony in ...

BOE approves paper testing

Local News

SALINEVILLE — The Southern Local Board of Education held a special session on April 28 to take action on third-grade assessments for next fall. During the brief meeting, board members passed a resolution which allows those students to take pencil-and-paper exams instead of completing them ...

Lisbon Police Reports

Police & Courts

Michael D. Phillips, 46, Lisbon Road, Lisbon, was cited for possessing suspected marijuana and could face additional drug charges following a traffic stop for no license plate lights at the Valley View parking lot at 8:42 p.m. Tuesday. Police said Phillips acted nervous and they smelled the ...

Out & About

Community News

EAST LIVERPOOL — The East Liverpool High School Men’s Class of 1956 meets for breakfast 9 a.m. Saturday, May 4 at Vizunz, formerly Maxi’s in East End. ST. CLAIR TOWNSHIP — Mark your calendars, and then BE THERE next Wednesday, May 8th for the Max Gard Hike! As usual, we’ll meet in ...

Information sought in Hickman Road burglary

Local News

CALCUTTA — St. Clair Township police are still looking for information regarding a Friday afternoon home burglary. A home doorbell ring system captured good video and photos of the two suspects during the incident Friday afternoon, according to Detective Sgt. Scott Mick. Officers were ...

Columbiana County Common Pleas

Police & Courts

New Cases Huntington National Bank vs. Timothy R. Achberger, Lisbon, $10,953 plus court costs sought. Alissa Hysong, Calcutta, et al., vs. Nicholas A. Hayduk, Negley, et al., excess of $25,000 sought for alleged damages and injuries from a traffic crash on Sept. 7, 2017 on state Route 170 ...

THOMPSON PARK RECEIVES DONATION

Local News

GMP Council of the USM, Local Union 419 M has donated $500 to Thompson Park in the memory of Homer Laughlin owner, Joseph Wells III. Pictured (from left) Marilyn Boyd (Union Treasurer), Betsy Wells (wife of Joseph Wells III and Thompson Park Board President), Walter Call (Union President), and ...