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The battle of the news releases

September 22, 2013 These are the headlines from two news releases I received Friday: ‘‘Joyce Votes to Avert Government Shutdown, Defund the Affordable Care Act’’ and ‘‘Dave Joyce Puts Government On A Path To Shutdown. more »»

Interest weak in House seat

September 8, 2013 Interest in running for the 64th District Ohio House seat occupied by Democrat state Rep. Tom Letson, who cannot seek another term because of term limits, looks slim. more »»

Letson mimics character’s disrespect

September 1, 2013 Tom Letson is in the middle of a struggle with residents on and around Foster Drive N.E. in Warren, where the state representative owns a home at the center of a mess. more »»

Elections board made the correct decision

August 25, 2013 Odds and ends from last week: Members of the Trumbull County Board of Elections took about three months to carefully look over opting out of a maintenance agreement it has on its electronic voting... more »»

Official out-tosses columnist in skillets

July 28, 2013 I came, but I did not conquer. Despite my trash talking and swagger, I did not walk away champion of the skillet toss competition at the Trumbull County Fair. more »»

Dominoes could start tumbling

July 21, 2013 Members of Warren City Council this week will begin considering repealing a 1999 law that says when the council members can give themselves a pay raise. more »»

Mayor candidates: Democrats in independents’ clothing?

July 14, 2013 Members of the board of elections in Mahoning County when they meet this week will be asked to determine if two independent candidates for mayor of Youngstown are Democrats. more »»

Care and keeping of voting machines

July 7, 2013 Trumbull County Board of Elections members are continuing to examine whether it would be wise to opt out of a maintenance agreement for its electronic voting machines. more »»

Kasich climbing in polls

June 30, 2013 John Kasich’s job approval rating has grown to 54 percent, marking an all-time high for the Republican governor of Ohio. more »»

‘Pants on Fire’ for Letson

June 23, 2013 PolitiFact Ohio recently rated statements made by state Rep. Tom Letson, a Democrat from Warren, and U.S. Rep. more »»

Last time for Dann headlines?

June 16, 2013 Former Ohio Attorney General and ex-Liberty resident Marc Dann was back in the news last week, this time for regaining his license to practice law. more »»

Aerial spraying a win-win

June 9, 2013 Two Republican members of the U.S. more »»

Looking to save a buck

June 2, 2013 Trumbull County Board of Elections members are looking to save a few dollars next year. more »»

Challengers to thrones speak out

May 26, 2013 Democrat Congressman Tim Ryan and Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich when they run for re-election next year may have challengers from the Mahoning Valley. The Rev. more »»

Catching up with Congress

May 19, 2013 Something from each of the Congressmen who represent Trumbull and Mahoning counties: U.S. Rep. more »»

Dean loses; election a big snoozer

May 12, 2013 Bob Dean captured the presidency of Warren City Council in 2011 by winning six of the city’s seven wards. Dean gave up the seat on Tuesday in much the same wa. more »»

Big spenders not running in Trumbull

May 5, 2013 Campaign finance reports for Tuesday’s Democrat primary election show candidates in the few contested races in Trumbull County just aren’t spending much money. more »»

Ryan still fighting for Hoerig

April 28, 2013 Congressman Tim Ryan continues to keep the heat on high on the Brazilian government to return a woman to the U.S. to face trial in Trumbull County for the 2007 shooting death of the woman’s husband. more »»

Kasich still ahead for 2014

April 21, 2013 Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a Republican, continues to lead over likely Democrat challengers in the 2014 gubernatorial race. more »»

Public should be heard

April 14, 2013 Members of the Trumbull County Board of Health, if they haven’t already, should consider reinstating public comments at their monthly meetings. more »»

 
 

 

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