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Travelers discover treasures of culture

July 16, 2010 Warren’s Bill Abell returned from halfway around the world in March after a three-week visit as a tourist to Cambodia and Laos in Southeast Asia. more »»

Attitude trumps ability

April 2, 2010 Chatting recently with Amy and Tom Burd, I learned some aspects of their work as math teachers at Warren G. Harding High School. more »»

A bold project

March 12, 2010 Editor’s Note: This column was first published May 22, 2009. The writer has updated the column for republication. more »»

Tying the knot in an exotic spot

February 19, 2010 Those who travel to distant places to marry often choose exotic spots to tie the knot. Years ago, Ruth and John Hulan of Howland decided upon nuptials in romantic Portugal. more »»

Senior News

February 19, 2010 SHEPHERD OF THE VALLEY — HOWLAND, 4100 North River Road, started Second Wind Dreams, which highlights the positive aspects of aging and encourages the community to join in on the celebration of life... more »»

Enough’s enough: Please, be positive

January 28, 2010 About 30 years ago, there was a page one story in The Wall Street Journal with a headline referencing Warren as a necropolis. more »»

'Messiah' revisited

January 8, 2010 What was it like to participate as one of the 108 singers in the “Messiah” chorus, rehearsing such a complicated work for a couple months before the two performances Dec. more »»

An unselfish leader

December 18, 2009 Clifford O. Johnson was an uncommonly good and talented man. He was a family man, person of faith, educator, advocate for civil rights and a sportsman. Mr. more »»

Senior News

December 18, 2009 LEANNA HARTSOUGH visited Washington Square Healthcare Center in Warren on Dec. 5. She sang and danced for the residents while wearing her great-grandmother’s hat. more »»

Think of the starving Armenians

November 26, 2009 When I was a kid in the ’30s, I have been told, I was a picky eater. I would leave food on my plate when I thought I was finished eating. Mother would say, “Think of the starving Armenians. more »»

Missing 'Messiah' would be a mistake

November 6, 2009 People who need music ... are the luckiest people in the world. more »»

Leaders need to do the right thing

September 25, 2009 In the mid-1950s The Hartford (Conn.) Courantt featured a photo, page one, top of the fold, of a new six-story high-rise public housing unit. The building was L shaped. more »»

Historic Hartford clocks

September 4, 2009 From 70,000 to 100,000 wooden clock works were manufactured in and around Hartford, Vienna and Warren over 23 years starting nearly 200 years ago. more »»

Where do the horses belong?

August 13, 2009 The Fourth Crusade, made up of western Europeans and Venetians, sailed south and eastward from Venic. more »»

Calm and assertive does it

July 23, 2009 Jesse and I aren’t alone together often. Even when we are alone, I’m usually in a rush and don’t take time to give her the attention she requires to be cooperative. more »»

Engines and gardens

July 3, 2009 Come see steam and internal combustion engines at the Ashtabula County Antique Engine Club’s 28th annual show this Fourth of July weekend in Williamsfield. more »»

What to believe about Guantanamo

June 12, 2009 When there has been a surprise attack of deadly force, America has reacted quickly with efforts of self defense. Protection of its citizens is a responsibility of utmost concern. more »»

A bold project

May 22, 2009 Twin tunnels for use of trains have been completed under the Allegheny River between downtown Pittsburgh and the north side of the river where the football and baseball stadiums are located. more »»

They came East in a covered wagon

January 16, 2009 In 1868, William Thomas, an itinerant Baptist minister, and his family traveled East from Nebraska in a covered wagon, guided part way by a Sioux warrior. more »»

Stories share how to recognize heart attack symptoms

January 1, 2009 “I had open heart surgery recently,” a man told me while sipping tea and nibbling a cookie at a social event. This was a first meeting. Minutes earlier, get-acquainted pleasantries were exchange. more »»



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