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Giving our police quality training

October 20, 2015 Better training for Ohio police officers may help reduce unnecessary violence between them and members of the public. more »»

Dismissing our energy worries

October 19, 2015 If you are a West Virginian or Ohioan who read about the debate Tuesday among Democrat contenders for president, you may have wondered why not much was said about climate change, a critical issue fo... more »»

Watch for deer along our roads

October 18, 2015 Driving around the Tri-State Area this time of the year isn’t good for both deer and vehicles. West Virginia again led the country in collisions involving deer and motor vehicles. more »»

Many children being used for violent attacks

October 16, 2015 Several children have been killed during the current spate of violence between Israelis and Palestinians. more »»

Do not negotiate with Taliban

October 15, 2015 Earlier this week, first lady Michelle Obama took to Twitter to promote her list of “girl power” songs, ranging from “Survivor” to “Girl on Fire. more »»

Getting more fathers involved

October 14, 2015 When a woman becomes pregnant, she has just three options: abortion, adoption or bearing and raising her child. more »»

New business great news for the area

October 13, 2015 Within days last week, two proposed projects — totaling $1.16 billion — were announced for our little section of the world. Without a doubt that is great news. Advanced Power Services Inc. more »»

No longer blinded by the light

October 12, 2015 A change made by the Ohio Department of Transportation may seem like a small thing — unless you’ve ever been driving at night on an ice-covered road and been blinded temporarily by flashing lights o... more »»

Manchin-Toomey bill merits debate

October 11, 2015 It would border on the absurd to suggest that a West Virginia senator who owns firearms, hunts with them and once ran a campaign spot featuring him using a rifle to blow a hole in an anti-coal bill... more »»

Family Recovery Center opposes Issue 3

October 11, 2015 As a provider of substance abuse treatment and Drug Free Workplace programming, Family Recovery Center opposes Issue 3, which would legalize the sale and use of marijuana in our state. 1. more »»

International Newspaper Carrier Day

October 10, 2015 It’s important we take time today to salute those newspaper carriers, motor route drivers and bundle haulers for their hard work and dependability in making sure The Review reaches your home. more »»

Crack down on armed criminals

October 9, 2015 It has become something of a truism among defenders of the Second Amendment: If guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns. more »»

Device can make school buses safer

October 8, 2015 If even half the situations in which motorists pass stopped school buses can be prevented, something very worthwhile will be accomplished: The odds of a child being hit will be reduced dramatically. more »»

Let’s Go Bucs!

October 7, 2015 Tonight, we hope if you aren’t at PNC Park you are in front of a television screen somewhere watching the Pittsburgh Pirates. The team deserves to be showered with praise from its loyal fanbas. more »»

Deadline to register to vote is today

October 5, 2015 In addition to the much-publicized marijuana initiative on the November 3 election ballot, Ohio voters will decide hundreds of local questions—we have many here in Columbiana County directly... more »»

Don’t try to hinder free enterprise

October 4, 2015 Ohio should not join big cities elsewhere in stifling entrepreneurs, not to mention thousands of state residents who want to earn a few bucks occasionally. more »»

Priorities dangerously askew

October 3, 2015 Since the fall of the Soviet Union, the United States has been described as the world’s only super-power. But like a retired heavyweight boxing champion, we don’t scare many people these days. more »»

Reform asset forfeiture law

October 2, 2015 Few law-abiding resident of Ohio complain when they hear about assets being seized from criminals. But forcing a drug pusher to forfeit his new SUV is one thing. more »»

Keeping it away from our youth

October 1, 2015 Some opponents of legalizing marijuana in Ohio, which will happen if voters approve Issue 3 on the November election ballot, worry it would increase drug abuse by juveniles. more »»

Rep. Boehner earned nation’s gratitude

September 30, 2015 Hard-right members of Congress got their wish last week when Speaker of the House John Boehner, R-Ohio, announced he will step down — leaving not only his position as one of the most powerful people... more »»



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