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Letters To The Editor

Keep Yellow Creek Township moving forward

To the editor: Yellow Creek Township Board of Trustees along with the fiscal officer are supporting the renewal of the upcoming five-year road equipment/maintenance levy. We are encouraging all voters of the township to do the same. Please keep in mind this is not a new levy. It is a renewal. ...

Former Judge supports Gamble

To the editor: Having spent 23 years handling serious crimes as a common pleas judge in Columbiana County and 10 years as county prosecuting attorney before that I know the experience and dedication it takes to be county prosecutor. John Gamble has spent his entire professional life of over ...

This month, ‘Walk in Their Shoes’

To the editor: Domestic Violence Awareness Month, as usual, is happening now, this October. Traditionally, it is a month to recognize the problem of domestic violence in our communities, call on the public to be supportive of measures to end domestic violence, ask for support for victims, and ...

A message from Dem Party Chairman

In the past few weeks, the county prosecutor’s race has seen the introduction of stories that focus on everything except what the county prosecutor does.  I can understand that because the last thing anyone running against John Gamble would want is for this election to come down to ...

A message from GOP Party Chairman

For weeks now there have been reports that Columbiana County Chief Assistant Prosecutor John Gamble was party to an incident at Pinky’s Lounge in New Garden, Ohio involving serious breaches of confidentiality and just plain inappropriate, illegal behavior by one in his position. This breach ...

We need to change our hearts

To the editor: How can we as human beings be so conceited that each time something happens we always try and blame someone else rather than look inwards? We as a species are beyond judgmental in how we go through our lives. These people aren’t beautiful because they aren’t skinny. Or ...

Medicare for all is unsustainable

To the editor: As a medical professional who serves patients each day, I know the importance of access to quality care at an affordable cost. As the debate about health care continues, some are proposing new health insurance systems that would be run by Washington politicians. This is a risky ...

‘If you want this, you gotta vote for Joe Biden’

To the editor: Major events have perhaps turned the tide for Joe Biden. What would his chance of winning in November be were it not for the China virus and the “peaceful demonstrations” on behalf of Black Lives Matter, initiated by the death of George Floyd at the hands of a policeman in ...

Mother of 9-11 victim expresses gratitude

To the editor: I want to express my appreciation to both the Evening Review and the Morning Journal for the stories on 9-11-01. I felt that you covered it with journalistic professionalism. Mayor Nancy Murry and Police Chief Wilson did an excellent presentation of the wreath. I was also ...

Community lost an outstanding public servant

To the editor: The Lisbon area lost a fine public servant recently. Center Township Trustee Kenneth Schreffler set a good example for others to follow. Kenny — husband, father and grandfather —was not political. He performed his duties without fanfare. He inspected township roads, ...