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Americans are kept in the dark

May 12, 2014 It is understandable that the armed forces, the nation’s intelligence agencies and the White House want to avoid disclosure of information that may be harmful to national security. more »»

Shenanigans by engineers embarrassing

May 11, 2014 Another round of gross, political shenanigans at the Trumbull County Highway Engineer’s Office should be enough reason for either the Ohio Legislature to change state requirements for the position o... more »»

Preview of 14th District contest

May 11, 2014 After Congressman David Joyce, a Republican, and Michael Wager, a Democrat, secured their party’s nomination Tuesday in the 14th Congressional District race, neither wasted much time looking ahead... more »»

ORCHIDS & ONIONS

May 10, 2014 ORCHID: To Lakeview High School students and staff for participating in the second Bike to School day sponsored by the Mosquito Lake Greenway Project. more »»

Start the XL pipeline project ASAP

May 9, 2014 U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., often is in demand for weekend interview programs. more »»

Renewable energy is nothing more than hype

May 9, 2014 Thoughtful, perceptive environmentalists are coming to realize some of the panaceas suggested as ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions are no more than political hot air. more »»

Uncle Sam’s conversion into Big Brother must stop now

May 9, 2014 Most Americans can understand why law enforcement and national security officials want access to information about us — though there are serious, in some cases overriding, invasion of privacy... more »»

Allow funds to help stop elder abuse

May 8, 2014 Older Ohioans know enough to recognize a useless government feel-good program when they see it. more »»

Shots could help save kids’ lives

May 8, 2014 Much has been written of political bickering and ‘‘gridlock’’ in both state and federal governments. But sometimes, the politicians join hands to get important things done. more »»

Debt owed to veterans of military

May 7, 2014 Veterans of the armed services often take off their uniforms and attempt to step into civilian life with the knowledge they have learned valuable skills while in the military. more »»

Discrimination against victims of sex abuse

May 7, 2014 In Ohio, lawsuits against those who sexually abuse children can be filed until their victims reach 30 years of age — in most cases. more »»

Good start at addressing state park maintenance

May 7, 2014 When Gov. John Kasich and Ohio legislators tackled an enormous budget gap just a few years ago, they had to make truly painful cuts in state spending. Among them was money to maintain state parks. more »»

Robins project infuses private capital downtown

May 6, 2014 When Dan Robins built a theater in downtown Warren in 1923 he gave it an ornate staircase, three tear-drop chandeliers and giant curtains. more »»

Despite light ballot, decisions to be made

May 6, 2014 Today’s primary has a light slate of contested races and issues, but important decisions will be made nonetheless. Therefore, it’s important for everybody eligible to cast a vote. more »»

County should consider suit over water

May 5, 2014 While the city of Girard tries again to resolve the problem with low water pressure to customers in Liberty, township trustees and Trumbull County commissioners should delve into the possibility of... more »»

U.S. manufacturers grow more competititve

May 5, 2014 Perhaps the most important report on the U.S. economy in years was released last month by a private consulting company. more »»

Wanted: Voters on Tuesday

May 4, 2014 Please go vote Tuesday. more »»

Plant would add allure for drilling

May 4, 2014 The $800 million power plant proposed for Lordstown creates an enormous opportunity for the village and the school district, but everyone should also keep in mind the tremendous impact this could... more »»

Orchids & Onions

May 3, 2014 ORCHID: To workers and management at the General Motors Lordstown Complex whose work was rewarded with another $50 million corporate investment in the plant. more »»

Laird a good start; new jobs needed

May 2, 2014 The news that Warren is becoming the new home of a division of Laird Wireless Automation, which is bringing more than 200 jobs and $12.5 million worth of payroll into the city, is certainly goo. more »»

 
 

 

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