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Hitting 80 no big deal anymore

September 22, 2015 It was June of 1939. It was my grandmother’s birthday. I was nearly four years old and my sister would be nine years old soon. more »»

Thoughts from Warren doc

September 8, 2015 Some time ago (July 1, 2014) I wrote a community column about a quadriplegic friend of mine, the late Sid Latcham. Almost immediately, Dr. more »»

Study of ‘moral psychology’

September 1, 2015 An article recently appeared in our local Tribune announcing a $155,747 grant given for the creation of an institute on “Moral Psychology and Education. more »»

U.S., U.K. politics mirror images

August 29, 2015 LONDON — It’s remarkable how often British and American politics resemble each other; often only the accents differ. more »»

El Rio was landmark on Strip

August 25, 2015 EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the second installment of a two-part story about the family-owned El Rio / Fiore’s Ristorante. On St. more »»

El Rio / Fiore’s Ristorante: Part 1

August 11, 2015 Some time when you’re driving southeast on Youngstown Road (422) downhill from Pat Catan’s at Ridge Avenue and before you get to Cafe 422, keep glancing to your right. more »»

Joyful times with Mary Joyce

July 28, 2015 The little boy in this story had a wonderful playmate named Mary Joyce when they were both 3 and 4 years old. more »»

The tale of glass bottles, tractor tires and one angry farm girl

July 9, 2015 Last week, I walked up and down the side of the road, getting continuous honks, beeps, waves and even a few semi toots. more »»

Memorial bike ride to be held

July 9, 2015 MEMORIAL RIDE TO BE HELD: The fifth annual Larry Furniss Memorial Bike Ride will be held 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday at Western Reserve Greenway at the Sunside Trailhead, Route 305, Champion. more »»

Stories of three Lu Lus

July 7, 2015 We all make mistakes. Perhaps I can alleviate some of your misgivings about mistakes you have made by telling you about a few made by my friend, Ron. l No. more »»

Remembering dad’s good deeds

June 16, 2015 Sunday is Father’s Day. more »»

‘Gray’ — or the purple crayon

June 2, 2015 The little boy didn’t go to kindergarten. His mother really didn’t want him to go. Maybe she didn’t want to be left alone at home. more »»

The sounds of bygone times

May 26, 2015 There’s a theory that states that sounds never truly disappear — that all sound in some way is still somewhere in the atmosphere. more »»

Fight poverty to save the county

May 15, 2015 For most of my career as a community columnist, I’ve sought to share the good news about our community, because the bad news gets significantly more attention. more »»

Planting season begins; help near

May 7, 2015 Hello, Tribune Chronicle readers. So very glad that May is here. Hopefully, our April showers bring May flowers and lots of warmer and drier weathe. more »»

Remembrances for Mother’s Day

May 5, 2015 Sometimes we think of the stereotypical mom as that little old lady in the purple dress that wears a tiny purple pillbox hat with a fake daisy on it standing up like a periscope. more »»

Show respect during elections

May 1, 2015 Well, it’s here. Election season has begun. more »»

Farming: Not a Disney adventure

April 23, 2015 Let me start off by saying this is a clean article. No swear words, I promise. However, a few weeks ago I had a friend tell me she thought growing up and working on a farm sounded fun. more »»

Stand Against Racism at YWCA

April 23, 2015 VIOLINIST TO PERFORM AT EVENT: The YWCA of Warren will be hosting world renowned violinist Jerald Daemyon today at the Stand Against Racism event. more »»

The story of the Quarter Pipe

April 21, 2015 Maybe you haven’t heard of a quarter pipe. more »»



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