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Changing state test targets unfair

September 26, 2016 No teacher in his or her right mind would spend months preparing students to take a specific test, then give them an entirely different examination. It is a recipe for failure. more »»

 
 
 
Return SAFER grant if tax fails

September 25, 2016 Warren city leaders must consider long-term options, should the coming income tax levy fail, including the possibility of giving back a Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response, or SAFER,... more »»

Orchids and Onions

September 24, 2016 ORCHID: To Newton Falls police Sgt. Brian Foor, late Austintown firefighter John R. Fritz and Rootstown resident Tom Smith, who were honored this week with 2016 Ohio Fire Service Hall of Fame award. more »»

Homecoming should be about future

September 23, 2016 Welcome home! That’s intended for all the “expatriates” returning to our great city this weekend, as well as for those that have never stopped calling Warren hom. more »»

Transparency needed in Niles fiasco

September 22, 2016 It is unfathomable to us how a recommendation for the need for a new roof made by Boak and Sons in 2011 to the former Niles administration was not only ignored by the city’s former leaders, but... more »»

The facts prove control lacking

September 22, 2016 Don’t worry, liberals ranging from Hillary Clinton to President Barack Obama assure us. The government can check all those immigrants from the Middle East to ensure none of them are terrorists. more »»

Closer look at online school is warranted

September 21, 2016 Some proponents of taxpayer-funded charter schools are outspoken critics of public educatio. more »»

Americans are not buying president’s line

September 21, 2016 At least 29 people were wounded by a bomb in New York City on Saturday. Another bomb was found blocks away before it detonate. more »»

Government job killing must end

September 20, 2016 Applications for unemployment benefits were up during the first week of September. Retail sales slumped in August. Manufacturing was down in many areas of the country. more »»

Time was right to lift septic rules

September 19, 2016 It was a long 10 years since the consent decree regulating the Trumbull County Combined Health District’s management of septic systems was adopted. more »»

Outline city’s spending plan before Warren income tax vote

September 18, 2016 Early on, we were pleased to see the Warren city administration’s willingness to involve a group of five aware and knowledgeable citizens in discussions about the city’s upcoming income tax levy. more »»

Orchids and Onions

September 17, 2016 ORCHID: To Cardinal Mooney kicker Lizzie Philibin, who last week became the first female to play for the Cardinals. She split the uprights with two PATs. more »»

Violent offender registry should be considered

September 16, 2016 We hear the horror stories over and over again. A brutal crime is committed. After police make an arrest, it is revealed the perpetrator has been in trouble before for an act of violence. more »»

Arson at mosque sparked by hatred

September 16, 2016 As a nation, we Americans are a good, fair, compassionate people. Nearly all our neighbors are that way. more »»

N. Korea threat grows with arms buildup

September 15, 2016 There has been no indication for years that North Korea was slackening the pace of its arms buildup. Nothing the rest of the world has done in response has proven effective. more »»

Make lone wolf removal priority

September 15, 2016 It is no longer as easy as it was 15 years ago for terrorist groups to mount major assaults within the United States. more »»

Don’t rush medical marijuana sale rules

September 14, 2016 Ohio’s medicinal marijuana law took effect last week, but don’t bother trying to find any of the drug on sale in the Buckeye State. The rules for that have not yet been adopte. more »»

Tressel’s leadership big part of YSU success

September 13, 2016 It is apparent by last week’s Youngstown State University enrollment report that President Jim Tressel is continuing to lead the university in the right direction. The university saw a 2. more »»

State must deal with problem gambling

September 12, 2016 Public schools, and local and state government entities in Ohio raked in about $10 billion during the past four years, some of it by feeding an addiction that can ruin lives and wreck familie. more »»

Vets lose with VA cost overruns

September 12, 2016 Members of Congress finally are showing some overdue concern about another outrage at the Department of Veterans Affairs. more »»

Orchids and Onions

September 10, 2016 ORCHID: To the National Packard Museum and collector Ed Lozick who willed his rare and valuable 1937 Packard Twelve Coupe Roadster to the Warren museum’s permanent collection. Mr. more »»

 
 
 

 

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