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Political war all the time

October 11, 2015 There is a time for war and a time for peace, according to the book of Ecclesiastes and The Byrds. more »»

Syrian attack should not be a surprise

October 8, 2015 Annoyance registered by U.S. officials at Russian military activity in Syria reminds us of one of many famous lines from the movie “Casablanca. more »»

Drop in deportations to trigger popularity rise

October 8, 2015 Not since 2006 has the federal government deported more illegal aliens. But then, not since then have Democrat hopes for the presidency been so low. more »»

Baby Rainn search shows unity, strength

October 6, 2015 The close-knit community in Trumbull County was gripped this weekend as they waited and hoped for the safe rescue of baby Rainn, the toddler who went missing Friday evening from a North Bloomfield... more »»

Charter school grant raises more questions

October 6, 2015 Federal officials who awarded Ohio $71 million to expand charter schools said they spotted “no weaknesses” in the state’s application for the money. Talk about making a silk purse out of a sow’s ear.. more »»

Don’t stifle new entrepreneurs

October 5, 2015 Ohio should not join big cities elsewhere in stifling entrepreneurs, not to mention thousands of state residents who want to earn a few bucks occasionally. more »»

Queen of Hearts needs oversight

October 4, 2015 Thousands of people are expected to gather tonight in the parking lot of an Austintown restaurant and bar for the Queen of Hearts drawing that could make someone a millionaire. more »»

Warren council must adopt dual employment issue

October 2, 2015 Last week Warren City Council approved second reading of legislation that would ban city workers from using vacation time at the end of their city employment while they begin a new job elsewhere. more »»

Space exploration must be reinstated

October 2, 2015 President Barack Obama’s decision to scrap the U.S. space shuttle program was a mistake, one that may have set exploration of the great beyond back by years. more »»

Boehner post will be challenging to fill

October 1, 2015 Hard-right members of Congress got their wish last week when Speaker of the House John Boehner, R-Ohio, announced he will step down — leaving not only his position as one of the most powerful people... more »»

Sex offender problem should be addressed

September 30, 2015 Drug offenses are why the overwhelming majority of people behind bars in Ohio were sent there. As many as 80 percent of state prison inmates have histories of trouble with substance abuse. more »»

Deadline today for those interested in becoming community columnists

September 30, 2015 The Tribune Chronicle is seeking four Trumbull County residents to serve as community columnists on the Opinion page. Today is the last day to submit materials to be considered for this role. more »»

EPA should have caught VW coverup

September 29, 2015 Environmental Protection Agency officials and members of Congress should be asking themselves this question: How did Volkswagen executives think they could get away with cheating on emissions... more »»

Safeguards not enough for legal marijuana

September 29, 2015 Some opponents of legalizing marijuana in Ohio, which will happen if voters approve Issue 3 on the November election ballot, worry it would increase drug abuse by juveniles. more »»

Obama, also, must follow the law

September 28, 2015 “It is unheard of for a U.N. member state not to oppose resolutions critical of its own laws,” The Associated Press emphasized in a story earlier this week. more »»

Wean’s impact to be felt for generations

September 27, 2015 When Shari Harrell read the three major nominating criteria for this year’s Ohio Philanthropy Award, she knew immediately she was in the presence of one person who was a perfect fit for this high... more »»

Orchids and Onions

September 26, 2015 l ORCHID: To participants in this week’s local International Day of Peace Celebration and Walk. Dozens turned out for the walk at Kent State University’s Trumbull campus to help foster peace on earth. more »»

Voters must decide issues

September 25, 2015 It’s true we have spoken out strongly in the past against attempts by anti-fracking groups to pass a Community Bill of Rights in Youngstown because of the negative effect it would have on local... more »»

Keep focus on saving money

September 24, 2015 As the six-month test on the cost effectiveness of reading Warren’s water meters by air winds down, it remains unclear how the cost compares with the existing traditional service that uses two legs... more »»

Got a question for Warren mayoral candidates?

September 24, 2015 The Tribune Chronicle is sponsoring a Warren mayoral race debate 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Warren G. Harding High School cafetorium. more »»



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