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Things were good in Steubenville

January 13, 2013

To the editor: I live in Las Vegas but grew up in Steubenville until the mills went bad. I left in 1977 and have lived here in Las Vegas since. Growing up in Steubenville and attending St....

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Jan-15-13 10:09 AM

Previous post revised to retract/delete words "ethically depraved".....I apologize, got emotionally carried away. While I do not agree that Reno is guilt free, it is solely an opinion not a fact or accusation. All are entitled to be innocent until all facts are determined by the courts.

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Jan-15-13 9:49 AM

You speak as an empty-headed, nostalgic fool. Steubenville in the 60's was full of crime, gambling, prostitution was rampant. Remeber Waterstreet dummy!? Yea, the cops protected the gambling find it all nice and nostalgic like a Norman Rockwell was NOT LIKE THAT! The air was so polluted the snow was graphite coated, priests raped young altar boys at will, the mob ruled the ville...THOSE were your's and Reno's good ole days. Unfortunately for you and that ethically depraved coach, things have really changed for the better now that full national attention is airing out the town's filthy linen. Hope you can escape your trip to the historical twilight zone!

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