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What do you tell national media?

September 27, 2016 It’s great being a Valley native in New York City in the last few weeks. That’s because all my colleagues and friends keep coming up to me and saying: “Hey, your hometown was on TV again. more »»

Errant clock favored the Tigers

September 20, 2016 It was early afternoon Friday, October 25, 1957. I was a senior at Ohio University. I hopped into my tired old 1947 Lincoln and headed toward Massillon. more »»

Reliving fall Friday nights in 1945

September 6, 2016 This Friday night, the Warren G. Harding Raiders will once again face Massillon’s Washington High School Tigers. The rivalry dates back as far as I can remembe. more »»

Reminiscing is part of a near-perfect Warren day

August 23, 2016 How about this for experiencing a near-perfect day around Good Old Warren? It’s been just a little more than two weeks now since the 4th Annual Wings-n-Wheels car, truck and airplane show at the... more »»

When play period became recess

August 9, 2016 Perhaps I should preface this little epistle with the observation that not very many kids in my class at Garfield Elementary ever became varsity anythings or even became intramural anybodys when we... more »»

When play period became recess

August 8, 2016 Perhaps I should preface this little epistle with the observation that not very many kids in my class at Garfield Elementary ever became varsity anythings or even became intramural anybodys when we... more »»

High cost of staying in Warren

July 26, 2016 Sometimes residing in good old Warren, where the cost of living is relatively low, exacts a pretty high price. more »»

Trade-offs of ‘good ole Warren’

July 12, 2016 “Just how old are you, Don?” asked a younger friend. At least he didn’t say sir. more »»

Baseball, Truman among first on TV

June 21, 2016 It was May 15, 1948. more »»

Hot Dog Shoppe’s first patrons recalled

May 30, 2016 It was almost exactly 70 years ago — June of 1946 — when J.R. and Bud, both Harding High School buddies, were looking for their friend, Ralph Costantino. more »»

What war was then, and what it is now for young Americans

May 17, 2016 Our motley little neighborhood gang of kids knew how to wage war during the Second World War. more »»

Kite-making now lacks goosebumps

May 3, 2016 It was March 1944. Sometimes it takes a bit of creativity to get what you want — especially when you’re a kid. Take having a kite, for instance. more »»

Bill holds e-schools accountable

April 24, 2016 Bill holds e-schools accountable DEAR EDITOR: The public needs to know about a critical online school (e-school) reform bill in the Ohio Senate. The bill, S.B. more »»

Life’s work, dreams can be enjoyed by all auto enthusiasts

April 19, 2016 It was the direct result of the community column that I have had the privilege of writing for the Tribune: I received a large manila envelope in the mail via the Tribune office. more »»

Community commitment big part of being in business

April 8, 2016 In February, I received the Whitney M. Young Award from the Laurel Highlands Council, Scoutreach Division of the Boy Scouts of America. more »»

Wheaties planes still find use

April 5, 2016 I could hardly wait. I found myself checking the mailbox every day in eager anticipation. How many years has it been? Seventy-two? Finally, it came. more »»

Are you liberal or conservative?

April 5, 2016 About 20 years ago, when the syndicate that represents this column was preparing to pitch it to newspaper editors, I was called in for a meeting with the sales staff and somebody asked me this... more »»

Post-wartime Easter recalled

March 22, 2016 It was Easter, 1946: World War II had been over a bit more than six months. Mom, Dad, my sister and I went to Easter services at Emmanuel Lutheran that Sunday morning. more »»

Missing days of cereal serials

March 8, 2016 It was 1945. It was just about that time at Garfield Elementary on Montclair Street. I put my bicycle clip on my pant leg. Five more minutes. I wore my webbing traffic belt with its silver AAA badg. more »»

Handkerchief uses were broad, back in the day

February 23, 2016 Let’s go back a ways in time to York Avenue NW here in Warren. more »»

Drinking water struggles not new in many parts of the world

February 9, 2016 Water has been in the headlines a lot recently. Sebring, Ohio, and Flint, Michigan have had more than their share of attention about it. more »»



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