ORCHID: To workers and management at the General Motors Lordstown Complex whose work was rewarded with another $50 million corporate investment in the plant.
ONION: To the Youngstown State University Board of Trustees, whose chairman expressed surprise at learning that Southern Oregon University President Mary Cullinan, one of three finalists for the YSU presidency, received a no-confidence vote from faculty there. It takes about a one-second Google search and a few more seconds of reading to learn about the no-confidence vote.
ORCHID: To Warren City Schools Superintendent Michael Notar for being named Educator of the Year by the PTA Council of Ohio.
ORCHID: To the Warren PTA Council for receiving the Silver Award from the PTA Council of Ohio.
ORCHID: To Warren PTA Council Treasurer Sonny Morgan for being named Helper of the Year by the PTA Council of Ohoi.
ORCHID: To Kenny Greco, whose family owns Ken Greco Co. in Boardman and H.R. Evans Steel in East Palestine, which manufactured decorative railing for Dave Grohl Alley in downtown Warren.
ONION: To suspended Warren police officer Reuben Shaw for failing to show at a pre-discipline hearing. Shaw subsequently was fired on Friday.
ORCHID: To Starr Manufacturing Inc., employees Martin P. Moss and Carl L. Humphrey, for being recognized by Ohio Strong for their work at the Vienna company.
ORCHID: To Esther Shudmak of Youngstown for continuing to share her story about surviving the Holocaust.