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Keep warm when it’s bitter cold

February 13, 2016 The word of the day — bitter. more »»

Ensure pushers are punished

February 12, 2016 Appeals court justices are supposed to interpret laws as they are written, not as someone claims legislators meant the statutes to be read. more »»

Important to continue to recycle

February 11, 2016 The city of East Liverpool is discontinuing its curbside recycling program. more »»

Month a chance to learn, reflect

February 10, 2016 Black History Month is a time to remember and reflect. It is the recognition of achievements and struggles and it’s a time for hope when our country is no longer split by racial lines. more »»

Key issue in race is basic economics

February 9, 2016 With today being the nation’s first primary election of the 2016 presidential campaign, in New Hampshire, it is safe to say the college-student vote will go primarily to Democrat candidate Sen. more »»

Reining in North Korea

February 8, 2016 Less than a month ago, North Korea tested a powerful long-range missile. U.S. more »»

Trinity church transformation a spark to area

February 7, 2016 The announcement that the congregation of Trinity Presbyterian Church will be exiting the building its called home for 5-plus decades is a sad one. more »»

Support one of our own in Super Bowl

February 6, 2016 The big game — Super Bowl 50 — is Sunday. Will you be watching? We think you should. SB50 is the pinnacle of professional football. more »»

Hancock voters have choices

February 5, 2016 It’s good to have choices. And that’s what registered voters in Hancock County will have this election year. Too many times there are candidates running unopposed. more »»

Spring is right around the corner

February 4, 2016 By now you know — Punxsutawney Phil emerged from his burrow, failed to see his shadow and let the world know that we can expect to have an early spring. more »»

Spending at federal level a pressing threat

February 3, 2016 Spending by Americans was flat in December, but they socked money away in savings accounts at the highest rate in three years, the Commerce Department recently reported. more »»

School bus law needs more teeth

February 2, 2016 Police officers and sheriff’s deputies work hard to safeguard children endangered by reckless drivers who pass stopped school buses. more »»

Old workhorse actually better

February 1, 2016 Millions of military veterans remember the famous Jeep, which made its mark as a light military vehicle that never seemed to meet terrain it could not conquer. more »»

China, India not cutting their coal use

January 31, 2016 U.S. Rep. David McKinley (R-W.Va.) visited China and India, to view for himself the miracles those two countries are allegedly performing in reducing carbon emissions and other forms of pollution. more »»

Clinton’s cracked credibility

January 31, 2016 The first question to Hillary Clinton from an audience member during Monday night’s Democratic town hall in Iowa must have been a blow from one so young — a potential new voter — this close to the... more »»

Today In History

January 31, 2016 Today is Sunday, Jan. 31, the 31st day of 2016. There are 335 days left in the year. more »»

Forcing the EPA to apply the brakes

January 30, 2016 Federal law uses statutes against conspiracy to stop plots to steal money from Americans before they can be implemente. more »»

BDC works to improve local business climate

January 29, 2016 The Business Development Corp. of the Northern Panhandle continues to collect important victories when it comes to its many local development projects. more »»

Send the coal ash bill to the White House

January 28, 2016 Even Environmental Protection Agency officials backed away from a plan to establish job-killing new regulations on coal ash after U.S. Rep. David McKinley (R-W.Va.) pointed out they were not needed. more »»

Numbers, not service, stressed

January 27, 2016 Like shady used-car salespeople who need to meet quotas, federal officials in charge of the Obamacare program are far more concerned with numbers than quality care for customers. more »»



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