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Gifts offer something to ponder

December 16, 2014 One evening just a while ago, I went to the Hot Dog Shoppe on West Market Street for a couple of hot dogs and chili. more »»

Neither race, nor occupation should define Americans

December 9, 2014 I have been considering writing this column for weeks. I don’t want to write it, to be honest. It’s controversial and hits so many tender spots of our combined history as Americans. more »»

Twenty hard-working local youths are ‘breath of fresh air’

December 5, 2014 On Tuesday evening I had the tremendous pleasure to be present for the Tribune Chronicle’s 20 Under 20 Banquet. more »»

Winter hits Thanksgiving 1950

December 2, 2014 Sixty-four years ago today, the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, we found ourselves digging out of the Great Thanksgiving Day Blizzard of 1950. more »»

An exciting time to be a Browns fan

November 25, 2014 I am a Cleveland Browns fan. For the first time in forever, I can freely announce this fact without expecting a sympathetic reply. more »»

Fatigue may have caused California crash

November 25, 2014 REDDING, Calif. (AP) — The driver of a tour bus that overturned in California, killing one man and injuring at least 30 other passengers, might have been fatigued, authorities said Monday. more »»

Development of ‘the 88 acres’ triggered end to bridle paths

November 18, 2014 We can’t make time stand still. Progress, whether good or bad, always happen. more »»

Mom would have loved this

November 11, 2014 I’ve been kinda blue lately. I’ve been missing my mom something awful. I sometimes feel like I’m struggling through this whole parenting thing. more »»

New Senate’s focus must be building up, not tearing down

November 7, 2014 Let me tell you a story. Once upon a time, six frogs sat on a log, on a hot July day. Four of the frogs felt just too warm, and decided to jump off the lo. more »»

Remembering the front porch days

November 4, 2014 Whatever happened to the front porch? Why are nearly all post World War II homes built without one? Most of the older homes that have front porches were most likely built before the Great Depression. more »»

Looking at the history of Halloween

October 28, 2014 Trick or treat. Smell my feet. Give me something good to eat! Thankfully, now that I’m grown up with a home of my own, there really isn’t much of a threat of being “tricked” by kids on Halloween. more »»

Groups get books, backpacks to kids

October 27, 2014 WARREN — Volunteers from GFWC Ohio Warren Junior Women’s League were in every second-grade classroom at Jefferson PK-8 School in Warren providing backpacks and books and reading to students as par... more »»

With Election Day around the corner, keep these issues in mind

October 24, 2014 With fall upon us with beautiful certainty (how can you hate Ohio when the trees look like they do?) there is something else adorning our yards and streets amidst the leaves: political signs pleadin... more »»

BMX can make dreams come true

October 21, 2014 Bicycle Motocross or BMX racing is a type of off-road bicycle sprint racing for up to eight racers on a dirt track course. It’s a family-oriented activity with riders who can be any age from 4 to 7. more »»

What I learned about illness, hospitals and paranoia

October 14, 2014 My 6-year-old son had a hacking, persistent cough for weeks. It stayed for at least a full month. more »»

Active listening promotes civil conversation about any topic

October 10, 2014 I recently was at a family gathering, and as they have a habit of doing, a variety of hot-button issues came up in our conversation. more »»

Columnist bucket gets a refill

October 7, 2014 Ever since I was chosen for a yearlong stint as one of the twice a month Community Columnists in the Tribune, I have had this doubt in the back of my min. more »»

Camporee takes on ‘Frozen’ theme

October 3, 2014 By BOB COUPLAND Tribune Chronicle VERNON — It was very nice late summer weather, but the theme for this year’s Girl Scouts Camporee was ‘‘Frozen,’’ with scouts learning skills to stay warm and safe... more »»

Used clothing sale to be held

October 3, 2014 AWL HOLDS WALK FOR THE ANIMALS: The Animal Welfare League of Trumbull County’s 19th annual Walk for the Animals will be held Sunday at 812 Youngstown Kingsville Road S.E., Vienn. more »»

Offer support to abuse victims

September 30, 2014 Ray Rice was banned from football. Initially, he was given a two-game suspension for the domestic abuse charges. more »»



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