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Trainers look to create fitness program for those with special needs

LISBON — After obtaining special certification to work with special needs individuals, two of the trainers with RAM Fitness approached the Columbiana County Board of Developmental Disabilities last Wednesday to better explain their program. Elaine Gardner, who said she was inspired by her ...

Local veteran celebrates 95th birthday

Robert Bertschy celebrated his 95th birthday with family and friends April 9. Mr. Bertschy turned 95 on April 7. He is a local veteran who served in WWII as well as the Korean War. He was a graduate of East Liverpool. Celebrating his birthday included his four children, 12 grandchildren, 21 ...

ALL YOU CAN EAT PUBLIC BREAKFAST

The New Lisbon Masonic Center will host a public breakfast from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday. It will be all you can eat for $10 per person. Children under 12 eat free. Items include eggs, bacon, sausage, home fries, sausage gravy over biscuits, coffee, juice, and water. There will also be a ...

Area Briefing

Tops 1341 Tops 1341 met at the Glenmoor Presbyterian Church on Monday, with Darlene Naukam, leader, presiding. Mary Gailey was best loser and Pat Allison was runner up. The drawing winners were: Mary Gailey 50/50, calorie chart and weight loss, Terry Otto junk food, and Judy McComas jack ...

KENT STATE SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

Last fall, the annual Kent State Columbiana County Volleyball Classic was held between the East Liverpool and Salem high school teams. As part of the event, the local Kent State campuses award $500 scholarships to two students from each of the high schools. The scholarships can be used on ...

OHIO BUCKEYE GIRLS STATE DELEGATES

The East Liverpool American Legion Post 374 Auxiliary have announced the Ohio Buckeye Girls State delegates from East Liverpool High School. The week-long event will be held in June at Mount Union College and allows delegates to learn about the workings of our government. The delegates are, ...