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Reduce the burden of state government

July 24, 2014 West Virginia legislators may not be able to kill two birds with one stone, but perhaps they can at least wound them. more »»

Lure more job creators

July 22, 2014 West Virginia has one of the lowest labor force participation rates in the nation, meaning that the percentage of state residents who work for a living or are seeking jobs is worse than in most othe... more »»

President’s cronies protect each other

July 21, 2014 No reasonable person can doubt some Internal Revenue Service officials abused their power in harassing conservative organizations. But it is unlikely anything ever will be done to punish them. more »»

Don’t limit basic free speech rights

July 20, 2014 Frustrated that the Constitution enshrines Americans’ freedom of speech, including that in which they spend money to speak out on political candidates, a few liberals in the U.S. more »»

Earned-income tax credit a good thing

July 16, 2014 Something of an experiment in conservative economics is underway in Ohio. Both Gov. John Kasich and state legislators deserve enormous credit for engaging in it. more »»

Rejecting Obama, but not on votes

July 14, 2014 Many Democrat members of Congress are keeping their distance from President Barack Obama, especially when he offers to go to their states to help them in re-election efforts. Recently, U.S. Se. more »»

Unmasking sex predators

July 13, 2014 Sexual predators are crafty in the extreme, and that is a special worry to parents trying to safeguard their children. Now, Ohioans have a new weapon in that fight. more »»

Stopping flow of illegal immigrants

July 12, 2014 President Barack Obama has said he will act on his own to change U.S. immigration policy. But what does he have in mind? During a recent speech, the president dropped a hin. more »»

Safety of residents important

July 10, 2014 Trustees in Liverpool and Center townships recently made moves to better protect the residents of their communities. more »»

Extending hiring freeze prudent

July 9, 2014 West Virginians cannot afford for state finances to be handled the same way some people manage their money. more »»

Drug epidemic far from cured

July 8, 2014 It would be nice to believe statistics about illegal drug trafficking in Ohio are evidence of success in fighting it. Nice, but not realistic. more »»

Spirit of 1776 continues to live today

July 4, 2014 We cannot describe the spirit of freedom any better than the men who created the document which led the nation toward the actions which we celebrate today. more »»

Think safety first in all waterways

July 2, 2014 The unfortunate drowning that took place during the weekend should remind us all about the dangers of our waterways. We understand it is summer. We understand it is ho. more »»

Leave the fireworks to the experts

July 1, 2014 Feel like a trip to the emergency room? Try handling fireworks, because there’s a good chance by doing so you could find yourself being treated at the hospital. more »»

A salute to the Chester VFD for 100 years

June 27, 2014 For 100 years, the Chester Volunteer Fire Department has had a presence in the state’s northernmost city. That is quite a feat. more »»

Let mayor do her job, process runs its course

June 22, 2014 Susan Haugh, mayor of Wellsville, appears to be in an unenviable position these days — hand-picking a candidate whom she believes should be the next village police chief. more »»

Morris was dedicated to Chester

June 21, 2014 After 14 consecutive years in office, and 18 overall, Ken Morris lost his bid June 10 for another term as the mayor of Chester. more »»

Get involved Saturday with River Sweep

June 20, 2014 River Sweep 2014 is Saturday. We urge you to volunteer. It’s a great endeavor to clean up the banks and shoreline along our small section of the Ohio River. more »»

Elections always are important

June 12, 2014 Those registered voters who went to the polls on Tuesday in Chester made a difference in the running of their city. more »»

Family fun at Pottery Festival

June 11, 2014 For the 47th time, the downtown streets are expected to be filled with crowds as the three-day Tri-State Pottery Festival opens Thursday in East Liverpool. more »»

 
 

 

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