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Lisbon ends 2019 with less carryover than previous year

Local News

LISBON —The village general fund ended 2019 with a $58,492 carryover balance, about $26,000 less than the year before. Fiscal Officer Tracey Wonner said there were several reasons for the decrease, starting with the fact there were 27 pay periods in 2019, and the village payroll averages ...

Energy Express: A creative way to learn

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NEW CUMBERLAND, W.Va. — Getting children excited about reading is what Energy Express is all about. The six-week summer reading program encourages kids to express their creativity while instilling a love for reading. “I think that our youth when they come, they find it fun because the ...

Property Transfers

Business

Butler Township Craig Weingart to Michael and Laura Grimstad, 12 acres on Shelton Road; $97,376 Craig Weingart to Starlon Howell, 2.7 acres on Shelton Road; $139,700 Center Township Nancy Klaes Weber to Caleb Hood, home on Forest Street; $115,000 Columbiana Ella M. Kimpel to Matthew ...

­Feelings: Don’t ignore yours

Community News

In writing about feelings, E.G. Wishart says, “If we want to be loved, we must reveal ourselves. If we want to love someone, they must allow us to know them.” This profound thought strikes fear in the hearts of people who have been conditioned to believe they are unworthy, who have been ...

Benefit concert

Community News

NEWELL — A benefit concert, “Out of the Ashes”, will take place from 6:30-8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31 at the Newell First Church of the Nazarene, 3rd and Grant Streets. Local singers are Cliff and Lori Hutchison. A free will offering will be taken for Pastor Steve and Edwina Cummings, who lost ...

Repairs to be finished at Morris Street Station

Local News

NEW CUMBERLAND, W.Va. — The water and sewer committee met Monday to discuss upcoming projects. The board approved to order sub trollers for the wet pump near the city building. The sub trollers are for helping with the electrical issues the well 1-c pump is having. They are still waiting on ...

Bowyer named student of the month

Community News

LISBON — Blake Bowyer, son of Tracy Cochran, and Adam and Kelly Bowyer, has been chosen as the Columbiana County Career and Technical Center’s December Student of the Month. He is a full-day CCCTC Senior from Beaver Local High School and is enrolled in the Welding and Fabrication Program ...

Merit Scholars

Community News

The East Liverpool Junior High School Merit Scholars of the Month are (from left) Allyson Furman (September), Peyton Vulgamore (October), and Rylee Handlee (November). (Submitted photo)

Parade winners

Community News

The 2019 Wellsville Christmas Parade winners are: Mayor’s Choice - CAA; Most Original - Wellsville Elks; Safety - Madison Township; Best Band - Wellsville High School; Best Marching Unity - Girl Scouts. (Submitted photo)

SERVICE PINS

Community News

East Liverpool Masonic Lodge #681 recently awarded service pins for 25 and 40 years of service to the Fraternity at its recent Christmas meeting. Pictured are Dan Kirkbride, Mark Wiley, John Dangelo, Mark Fryman (25yrs), Dave Simms (40yrs), and Dan Chinander (25yrs ) service to masonry. ...