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Stay warm as temperatures become frigid

January 7, 2014 If you haven’t yet experienced it, here’s your warning — it’s cold outsid. more »»

Keep aware of safety hazards during holidays

December 13, 2013 Most all of us love to decorate for the Christmas season. But it may surprise you as to the safety hazards. Here’s some statistics that are staggering. * According to the U.S. more »»

Be mindful when out shopping

December 12, 2013 Most of us are in the midst of holiday shopping. A few of the lucky ones, though, already have wrapped up what can be a stressful event this time of year. more »»

Every bit helps in ‘Red Kettle’ campaign

December 6, 2013 It’s been 122 years since Salvation Army Captain Joseph McFee started what would become the organization’s Red Kettle drive. more »»

Attend local events during the holidays

December 5, 2013 Let’s celebrate the season. more »»

Take part in something charitable

December 3, 2013 Today is being recognized as the National Day of Giving. more »»

Support ‘Small Business Saturday’

November 30, 2013 Perhaps you may not be aware, but today is recognized as “Small Business Saturday,” a national movement established to support small businesses on one of the busiest shopping weekends of the yea. more »»

Travel with care during the holiday

November 27, 2013 Patience and safety. Think about those two words as you travel this week. The Thanksgiving holiday travel period is defined as Wednesday, Nov. 27, to Sunday, Dec. . more »»

Safety is key in wintry conditions

November 26, 2013 The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch, today through Wednesday, for those of us in the Tri-State Area. more »»

Stress exercise in your child’s daily routine

November 22, 2013 A recent study by an exercise physiologist at the University of South Australia tells us that children today are not as fast and don’t run as far as their parents did when they were youn. more »»

Donate to a local food drive

November 21, 2013 One week from today, many of us will gather with loved ones and celebrate Thanksgiving. Most will sit at a table covered with dishes that make up the annual holiday feast. more »»

Cheer on Bears as they go for ‘three-peat’

November 15, 2013 In 1989, the Los Angeles Lakers players and fans started using the term “three-peat” as the organization attempted its third-straight NBA titl. more »»

Support the Tigers in the playoffs

November 14, 2013 It doesn’t matter what school colors you bleed, it’s time to jump aboard the Wellsville High School football bandwago. more »»

Firefighters’ cooperation great to see

November 12, 2013 Once again our communities witnessed the cooperation that exists between our area fire departments. more »»

Good move by school districts to join league

November 8, 2013 The move to the Buckeye 8 Athletic Conference is a perfect match for both the Beaver Local and East Liverpool school districts. In fact it’s long overdue. more »»

Many voters opted not to cast a ballot

November 7, 2013 Election Day throughout Columbiana County, to us, was simply embarrassing. Only 28 percent of those registered to vote bothered to venture to the polls on Tuesday. more »»

Get informed before voting on excess levy

November 6, 2013 A special election will be held Saturday throughout Hancock County, and the only item on the ballot will be the school excess levy. more »»

Sad ending for Meals on Wheels

November 2, 2013 After 40 years of providing meals to our needy, the Quad City Meals on Wheels will close. Sadly, the lack of volunteers to adequately operate the program is the reason for the program’s demis. more »»

New village chief getting the job done

November 1, 2013 In only a week on the job, it appears Andrew Straley, the new police chief for the village of Salineville, is getting the job done. We offer up a hearty congratulations. more »»

Put safety first this Halloween

October 31, 2013 There’s good news and bad news for those headed out later today to celebrate Halloween. The good news, for the kids, is there’s plenty of candy for the taking from your generous neighbors. more »»

 
 
 

 

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