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Good starts on a personal level

August 16, 2013 There is far more good happening in our city and our Valley than any of us could ever imagine. The surprising thing is that most of this good is brought about by regular people doing regular things. more »»

Public education is misguided

August 14, 2013 As a trained scientist, I do my best to let the facts speak for themselves, keeping my personal feelings separated from conclusions. It’s never been more difficult. more »»

Literacy is local at the core

August 13, 2013 Literacy is ‘‘the ability to identify, understand, interpret, create, communicate and compute, using printed and written materials associated with varying contexts. more »»

Three things we need to hear

August 9, 2013 There are three things that we all need to hear from time to time. They are: Don’t give up. Everyone wants to be understood. You are loved. more »»

Why this country girl loves the City of Warren

August 9, 2013 Why this country girl loves the City of Warren "Country Girl' A friend on Facebook teasingly called me that not too long ago. He's right. I am a country girl. more »»

Farmers busy with small grain harvest

August 8, 2013 Area farmers have been busy the past three weeks or so harvesting small grains, including a little barley, wheat and a few oats. more »»

Fresh eyes keep sight of good

August 2, 2013 Having recently moved into our new home, my wife and I took a Friday and did some painting. Like all novice painters, we removed the tape and found that there was some touching up to do. more »»

Thanks for the memories and histories

July 30, 2013 During this summer of holidays and memorials, a flag has adorned our home. It is not the traditional emblem of our nation. more »»

Exploring the bullying epidemic

July 29, 2013 I recently heard about a ‘‘Back to School Bully Buster Bootcamp’’ held for families at Kyuki-Do Marital Arts in Huntley, Ill. more »»

Exploring the bullying epidemic

July 29, 2013 I recently heard about a ‘‘Back to School Bully Buster Bootcamp’’ held for families at Kyuki-Do Marital Arts in Huntley, Ill. more »»

Standing on her own, proud of the area

July 26, 2013 I like people who stand on their own, who have a counterpoint view. I’ve been both impressed and mystified by Kathleen Anne. more »»

Speed bumps line busing transition

July 26, 2013 Late last year, the Trumbull County commissioners made the decision to transition the transportation services that were provided by the Department of Elderly Affairs to the Trumbull Transit Board. more »»

Justice served, or parties served?

July 15, 2013 Recently, the Chief Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court, Maureen O’Connor, asked us in Tribune op-eds to learn more about her proposals for improving our judiciary system by looking at the website... more »»

Writer gets a second chance

July 12, 2013 Second chances. How many have you gotten? When you got that second chance, what did you do with it — use it wisely or waste it? Second chances are special. more »»

Two sets of rules seem to apply

July 12, 2013 It amazes me that our local public officials expect citizens to obey the law when they themselves ignore it. The Trumbull County Board of Health is a perfect example of thi. more »»

Is Ohio your paradise lost?

July 9, 2013 Most locals who hate living in Ohio are deceiving themselves. more »»

Second Amendment key to Bill of Rights

June 28, 2013 Many people would assume that an instructor for a concealed carry class would be ex-military or law enforcement, and lots of them are. more »»

Local festival season is upon us

June 21, 2013 June is almost over, and that means that the Trumbull County festival season is swinging into high gea. more »»

An unjustice that stinks

June 18, 2013 I recently met Barbara Glaspell of Cortland. She is a sweet grandmotherly lady, but in the eyes of the law, she is a criminal. more »»

Education system out of control

June 14, 2013 Just who controls the educational system in our country? Most people would answer that we taxpayers d. more »»

 
 
 

 

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