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Use common sense when storms near

January 22, 2016 We would hope that Tri-State Area residents know to take prudent steps every winter that would allow them to do well if a big storm does bear down on the region. more »»

Bill will protect victims of violence

January 21, 2016 A bill pending in the Ohio General Assembly would protect victims of domestic violence, and it makes sense. more »»

Standardized test would help W.Va.

January 20, 2016 At long last, West Virginia education officials may be ready to bite the bullet and use a standardized test that will allow the state to compare its schools and students to those in many other states. more »»

Bill could preserve thousands of jobs

January 19, 2016 Celebrations of victories against President Barack Obama’s assault on coal and affordable electricity have tended to be short-lived. more »»

King remembered today

January 18, 2016 Today, Americans of all races and religions mark the observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. more »»

Speech broke very little new ground

January 17, 2016 It was almost embarrassing to listen to President Obama’s final State of the Union address Tuesday night. more »»

Events remember legacy of King

January 16, 2016 Once again, residents of Steubenville and surrounding communities are set to commemorate the life and legacy of the late Martin Luther King Jr. in events scheduled downtown this weekend. more »»

Bowie’s talent helped to change our world

January 15, 2016 A champion for the oddball. A hitmaker. A starman. An actor and composer and playwright. Androgynous. Andy Warhol 2.0. more »»

Online registration right for Ohioans

January 14, 2016 Ohioans can do a variety of things from the comfort and convenience of their homes, providing they have computers with Internet connections. They can send money and get mone. more »»

Is clarification in order here?

January 13, 2016 Whether the science on energy-related issues is settled apparently depends on whether it is politically correct. more »»

Safety belts continue to keep motorists safe

January 12, 2016 News about highway safety in Ohio came with an implied warning recently for travelers everywhere: Buckle up. Highways in general have become steadily safer for several years. more »»

Winter driving can offer challenges

January 11, 2016 The lack of snow so far this winter has left many drivers with a false sense of security on the road. more »»

Numbers good news for Ohio’s economy

January 10, 2016 Ohioans got some good news about the economy during the fall, when the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services reported there were 240,000 job openings in the state. more »»

Ed Laman served Wintersville well

January 9, 2016 Ed Laman always knew he was going to be the the chief of the Wintersville Police Department. Laman retired at the end of 2015 after serving as police chief since 200. more »»

Steelers ready to start playoff run

January 8, 2016 A couple of weeks ago, it looked as if the Pittsburgh Steelers had decided to cash in and give up, losing to the rival Baltimore Ravens when a win could have sealed the Black and Gold’s fate as a... more »»

Better communication a good place to start

January 7, 2016 Twelve-year-old Tamir Rice might be alive today if Cleveland police officers had been told they might be about to confront a kid with a pellet gun. more »»

Medicare questions just won’t go away

January 6, 2016 Millions of older people who rely on Medicare will find the health care program is different this year. Several changes have been made to reduce costs and allegedly improve qualit. more »»

Guarding against attack important

January 5, 2016 Nuclear war is a “real and growing danger,” former defense Secretary William Perry has warned. There can be no reasonable argument about that. What is open to question is what U.S. more »»

Plan to release land a boost for region

January 4, 2016 One of the biggest barriers to economic development in our region has been the lack of available land to draw new businesses. more »»

Low fatality rate in coal a cold comfort

January 3, 2016 The embattled coal mining industry continues to fight a war against the double whammy of the economy and the ever-tightening regulations of a government agenda aimed at ending the burning of fossil... more »»

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