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Do what you’re told, or not

May 18, 2012 One day years ago, my wife and I were traveling to New England through northeastern Pennsylvania. We had picked out a motel that seemed easily accessible from a travel guide. However, we got los. more »»

Tales of tropical islands

April 27, 2012 One April morning, two men surprisingly poked their heads up out of a large body of water off St. John’s Island in the Caribbean. more »»

Explore Ohio’s geology

April 6, 2012 Five thousand feet of ice may have covered what we know as Courthouse Square and surrounding northeastern Ohio some time during the Ice Age. more »»

A salad that’s 280 million years old

March 16, 2012 The metaphor used for the title of this column could read, “A Window Into the Past” or “An Encyclopedia of Ancient Fossil Plants.” This is a story about coal ball. more »»

Managing money at the MS?Society

February 24, 2012 Many years ago, I took a job with a Multiple Sclerosis Society in another state that had nearly 500 members registered. It was supported by 10 United Funds. more »»

Professionals provide comfort, strength when stroke hits

February 3, 2012 It was 1:10 a.m. Tuesday morning, June 21, when I got into bed. Sally was getting ready to come to bed. She joined me and I rolled over to give her a good night kiss. “You’ve had a hard day,” I said. more »»

Senior News

February 3, 2012 SENIOR OUTREACH GROUP TO MEET: SOC will meet at noon Monday in the social hall of the Champion Presbyterian Church. Laurie Cook from AAA will talk about “Driving for Senior Citizens. more »»

Papers reflect local people

December 23, 2011 June 9, 2012, will mark the 200th anniversary of the Tribune Chronicle and its predecessor newspapers. more »»

Valley car researcher seeks help

June 17, 2011 “There were 20 entrepreneurial car manufacturers in the Mahoning Valley during the early 1800s,” according to Michael Yost. more »»

Flying five sails

May 27, 2011 While I had never driven a team of galloping horses, keeping control of a 38-foot ketch in a steady wind with a spinnaker, jib, main, mizzen and kite flying aloft must have come clos. more »»

Keep on voting

March 25, 2011 Harriet Taylor Upton (1853-1945) is the name of a woman of special note to Warren, Trumbull County and the nation. She is identified by an important word not used often these day. more »»

60 years of chemistry

March 4, 2011 Talking with Jim Sherwood and Charles “Chuck” Simpkins, both were chemists at the Warren Water Filtration Plant on Elm Road (put into service in 1954), I told them of an experience in a city in... more »»

Looking back at Civil War

February 11, 2011 The Civil War spurred an age of prosperity and political power for Ohio. Its story touches nearly every community in our state. more »»

A band of note

January 21, 2011 The pre-game rallies and parades, explosive entrance to the stadium and perfectly executed half time performance of a highly talented marching band at a contentious football game in a 100,000-plus... more »»

More growth is on the way

December 31, 2010 In Trumbull County, we are aware of Canada geese — their graceful V-formation flight, honking with authority while they fly; two mature geese (mom and pop) swimming proudly with their goslings;... more »»

Couple finds romance in France

December 10, 2010 Sometimes people say to others after visiting a new vacation site, “We are glad we went there, but we’ve seen enough and won’t go again. more »»

Birthday party goes overseas

November 19, 2010 Roselyn “Roz” Jackson’s recent birthday was of sufficient importance that her children and grandchildren promised Roz and her husband, Charlie, a visit to her grandparents’ far-away homes in Sloveni... more »»

Slave forts in Ghana remnants of horrors

October 29, 2010 L. B. Griffith Jr. offered me the loan of a 110-page book, with color pictures and narrative, titled “Castles & Forts of Ghana” by Kwesi J. Anquandah. more »»

Report from Trieste

October 8, 2010 This summer a neighbor, Isabelle Seavey, introduced Warren friends to her houseguest, Maria Ulivella Mosconi, from Trieste, a port city of 200,000 people in northeastern Italy on the Adriatic Sea. more »»

Create a budget to bank on

September 17, 2010 “Papa … Papa, I need more money,” Anna cried imploringly into the phone to her father in Swede. more »»

 
 
 

 

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