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Thanks for what you do Jimmy Joe

May 19, 2012 It was a mere two paragraphs in an East Liverpool Board of Education story, but we were surprised at the question raised by board President Janice Martin. more »»

Texting bill needs signed by governor

May 18, 2012 Gov. John Kasich soon should be deciding the future of a bill on a statewide texting-while-driving ban. We’re asking the Ohio leader to sign the measure. more »»

Do something special for mom

May 13, 2012 Today is Mother’s Day — a day to honor all mothers everywhere and the importance they have in our lives. Mothers are there at all times. The good. The bad. And, yes, even the ugl. more »»

Well done, voters

May 12, 2012 Voters in Hancock County did the right thing Tuesday by approving the Hancock County Animal Shelter. It was sorely needed as the current levy is set to expire June 30. more »»

Animal shelter levy needs approved

May 8, 2012 It’s important to us to get the word out about the Hancock County Animal Shelter and the levy it has placed before county voters. Today, at the polls, we urge county residents to approve this levy. more »»

It’s time to vote Hancock County

May 6, 2012 On Tuesday, registered voters in Hancock County, as well as those throughout West Virginia, will head to the polls in the May primary. more »»

Cleanup of TS&T pottery site welcomed

April 29, 2012 The residents of Chester had reason to celebrate last week. With West Virginia Gov. more »»

Lending a hand

April 27, 2012 It was one week ago today that fire ripped through a Jackson Street home in downtown East Liverpool. more »»

Be safe and smart this school prom, graduation season

April 26, 2012 The mock vehicle accident this newspaper ran on the front of the April 19 edition is something we don’t want to see become a real life scenario. more »»

Improvement project good decision for city

April 22, 2012 East Liverpool City Council did the right thing in passing the proposed $1 million improvement project for the downtown area. more »»

Be part of your community’s cleanup effort

April 21, 2012 Never been involved in any type of community cleanup? Today is your day. There are several things taking place throughout the area. Become involved. more »»

Get to know your library

April 8, 2012 We are lucky to have libraries in our hometowns. The community’s of East Liverpool, Wellsville and Midland each have a Carnegie Public Librar. more »»

It’s April 1, take the signs down

April 1, 2012 Here we are once again ... April Fool’s Day. It’s not a national holiday. No business was shut down for the day so employees can celebrate with their families. more »»

Bullying needs to stop now

March 25, 2012 Bullying is an epidemic. And it needs to stop. We’ve all seen the reports across the nation about the affects of bullying. Now, it’s happened here . . . in our backyard. more »»

Making a difference

March 24, 2012 People can make a difference in the lives of others each day. An example, locally, is what 30 young college students have opted to do during their break from classes — volunteer. more »»

Excellent choice by Salineville officials

March 23, 2012 When any of our communities lack a full compliment of safety forces, it could spell disaster. Such was the case in Salineville, where the village lacked a police force — albeit for a short time. more »»

‘Tagging’ not wanted in city

March 18, 2012 There’s something happening in downtown East Liverpool that is upsetting to us and should make you offended as well. more »»

Winter sports season a success

March 17, 2012 As the saying goes, “all good things must come to an end.” Here we are in mid-March and with it the conclusion of the winter high school sports seaso. more »»

City concerned with road safety

March 11, 2012 We asked questions and city officials responded with answers. To that we issue a thank. more »»

Get out and vote

March 6, 2012 Today, registered voters throughout Ohio have the opportunity to go to the polls as part of "Super Tuesday," a day in which 10 states will play a role in electing the candidates for the race to the... more »»



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