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Ohio deer benefit from CRP

July 12, 2014 The most widely-used federal program that benefits wildlife is the Conservation Reserve Program. Continuous CRP signups began June 9, and landowners can enroll into the program at any time. more »»


July 12, 2014 IRONMAN?CLAY?BIRD?SHOOT: The Leetonia Sportsman’s Association, along with the Independence Fund, will host an Ironman Clay Bird Shoot to help buy an All Terrain Wheelchair for a wounded veteran on... more »»

Timko makes move at Ohio Am

July 11, 2014 Despite his scores the first two days of the 2014 Ohio Amateur Golf Championship, Boo Timko had plenty of reasons to stay positive heading into Thursday’s third round at Coldstream Country Club in... more »»

Wrestling to invade Eastwood Field

July 11, 2014 NILES — Pro wrestling fans will get a chance to see all their favorite TNA IMPACT WRESTLING superstars in action live and up-close, including World Heavyweight Champion Eric Young, Bully Ray, Mr. more »»

Lordstown’s Cash to walk on at YSU

July 10, 2014 Sarah Cash wanted to remain close to home. The 2014 Lordstown High School graduate and class valedictorian wanted to take her academic skills to Youngstown State University. more »»

Area briefs

July 6, 2014 Thornton qualifies for National Senior Olympics CANTON — Jack Thornton Jr., program director and coach of the Warren Striders Track Club and the boys and girls track coach at John F. more »»

On the right path

July 3, 2014 There really wasn’t another choice in Fitzgerald Toussaint’s mind. more »»


July 1, 2014 As the biggest moment in the school’s history approached — with two outs in the bottom of the ninth in Game 1 of the Junior College World Series — Southeastern Community College head coach Justin... more »»

Area briefs

June 29, 2014 Striders excel in summer opener STEUBENVILLE — Six members of the Warren Striders Track Club performed well in their 2014 summer track opener held at the Big Red track on June 14. more »»

Outdoor brief

June 29, 2014 Ironman Clay Bird Shoot The Leetonia Sportsman’s Association, along with the Independence Fund, will host an Ironman Clay Bird Shoot to help buy an All Terrain Wheelchair for a wounded veteran on... more »»

A vision come true

June 27, 2014 LIBERTY — Second-year Liberty football coach Kevin Cylar had a vision: to gather together an elite group of former local football standouts who played in college and the NFL and conduct a football... more »»

Puerto Rico bound

June 25, 2014 Two Howland sophomores are headed to Puerto Rico this summer to play baseball. more »»

NBA bound?

June 24, 2014 For Desmar Jackson, it’s more than his dribble drive that has baffled his fair share of opponents. The former Warren G. more »»

Martino’s making way to TV

June 23, 2014 A little local flavor will be scene the next six Mondays as part of the Discovery Channel’s “Motor Monday” series of shows. “Fat N’ Furious: Rolling Thunder” is a one-hour show that will air at 10 p. more »»

JFK grad makes history at JCU

June 23, 2014 Going into his final preliminary throw in the shot put at the 2014 NCAA Division III national track and field championships in Delaware, Ohio, Rocky Mitolo was sitting in 18th place and needed to... more »»

One of Warren’s best

June 22, 2014 WARREN — Imagine a high school basketball coach being told by a potential star player that he doesn’t want to play football. more »»

Tayala proves haters wrong

June 22, 2014 KENT — Matthias Tayala isn’t the Incredible Hulk. Though he might be built like the fictional green superhero, he doesn’t turn green and double his size when made angry. more »»

Keeping the faith

June 21, 2014 WARREN — Former NFL player and Penn State linebacker Deryck Toles says he has the best job in the world. more »»

area notices

June 21, 2014 BASKETBALL CAMPS ¯ HOWLAND TIGERS BOYS BASKETBALL CAMP for boys entering grades 5 through 8 is June 23 through 26. The camp goes from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and costs $45. more »»

Barzak lands job at Thiel

June 18, 2014 GREENVILLE, Pa. — Kelly Barzak, a 2013 Thiel graduate, has been named the head coach of the Thiel College women’s volleyball team, as announced by director of athletics Jack Leipheimer. more »»

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