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Neighborhood News

Heck recognized as a CCTC Student of the Month

LISBON — Hailey Heck was the Columbiana County Career and Technical Center’s February Student of the Month. Heck is a half-day CCCTC senior from Crestview High School and is enrolled in the auto technology program under the instruction of Jim Beardsley. She has enlisted in the United ...

Area students named as Mount Union Regula Scholars

ALLIANCE — The following students have been selected as Regula Scholars at the University of Mount Union for the 2020-2021 Academic Year. Tianna Dillon and John Madison, both of Alliance, were among the eight students selected. The Regula Scholars Program was created in an effort to ...

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SAT/16 GOSHEN TOWNSHIP Scrap Appliance/Metal Drive, daylight hours, township garage and recycling center, 12649 Seacrist Road; information at 330-205-4204. New Alexander Free drive-thru spaghetti dinner, 3:30 p.m. until dinner are gone, New Alexander Christian Church (Rochester Road at ...

Columbiana County Career Center nursing grads

Twenty five students completed all the requirements at the Columbiana County Career Center’s registered nursing program to be eligible to sit for their state boards, the NCLEX-RN. The group was completing its last segment of training when the COVID-19 crisis began. Students earned their ...

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Lisbon grads can be honored with tree LISBON — Lisbon’s Shade Tree Commission is offering friends and families of the 2020 graduating class a chance to honor the high school’s 65 seniors by planting a tree. Purchased trees can be placed in yards, or along curb lawns (the space ...

Columbiana HS grad earns law degree with honors from Capital

Angela M. Grate, a summa cum laude graduate of Columbiana High School and of Capital University, graduated from Emory Law School with honors and her Juris Doctorate degree May 10. While at Emory Law, Grate was selected as a member of the prestigious Emory Law Journal, where she wrote her ...

Ward honored as a CCCTC Student of the Month

LISBON — Mat Ward was honored as the Columbiana County Career and Technical Center’s March Student of the Month. Ward is a half-day CCCTC senior from Beaver Local High School and is enrolled in the Construction Technology Program under the instruction of Chance Bricker. Ward is a member ...

WR Ranger named to state boards

BERLIN CENTER— During Western Reserve Rangers virtual May meeting, Cooper Selley shared the importance of Vitamin C and sunshine to help in the defense against COVID-19 and Tony Schram gave a list of Fire Safety Tips for your home. Cooper and Tony are the 2020 Health and Safety Officers. ...

WB student awarded scholarship Aultman Health

Ambassadors have awarded a $250 scholarship to Hope McGuire, shown here, a freshman at West Branch High School. The Aultman Health Ambassadors held an essay contest beginning in January and ending in early April, covering healthy lifestyle goals, promotional health activities around the school ...

On the calendar this week

FRI/15 GOSHEN TOWNSHIP Scrap Appliance/Metal Drive, daylight hours, township garage and recycling center, 12649 Seacrist Road; information at 330-205-4204. GUILFORD LAKE Ruritan Club fish fry, 4 ­- 7 p.m. 3 piece fish dinner including potato, cole slaw; carry out ...

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Salem school board to meet Monday SALEM— The Salem Board of Education will meet for a special board meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday live-streamed via Zoom videoconferencing followed by the regular meeting at 7 p.m. Join the meeting at ...

Free Ohio to rally again in Lisbon

The local Free Ohio Now group intends to hold another rally in the Lisbon square at 1 p.m. Saturday, according to Jamie Kenneally of East Palestine. Last week’s rally drew about 100 people and was held in conjunction with rallies in 33 of Ohio’s 87 other counties. The group is opposed to ...

Marriage licenses now available

Columbiana County residents will again be able to obtain marriage licenses beginning today. A new procedure requires filling out an application, making certain all the required information is ready for the clerks and then waiting for a call from Probate Court clerks for an appointment. Licenses ...

Lepper Library to welcome back patrons with curbside service

LISBON — The Lepper Library announced that it will be offering curbside delivery of library materials beginning on Monday. The library has been closed since March 14 due to the coronavirus pandemic. A Lepper Library cardholder can request items in three different ways: — From the ...

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THU/14 GOSHEN TOWNSHIP Scrap Appliance/Metal Drive, daylight hours, township garage and recycling center, 12649 Seacrist Road; information at 330-205-4204. LISBON Lisbon school board, 5 p.m., via Star Leaf (https://live.starleaf.com/OTA0NjAyMDU6NjU0ODM3); information at ...

NATION/WORLD

West Branch plans family commencement BELOIT— West Branch High School will hold a single family, in-person commencement ceremony from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 31. The ceremony will happen in a safe environment with many parameters put in place. Social distancing best practices and compliance ...

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WED/13 GOSHEN TOWNSHIP Scrap Appliance/Metal Drive, daylight hours, township garage and recycling center, 12649 Seacrist Road; information at 330-205-4204. LEETONIA Leetonia school board, 4:30 p.m., via Zoom (meeting ID: 870-2391-7128); special meeting with executive session only to ...

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Lisbon will still honor the vets LISBON — Lisbon will not hold a Memorial Day parade and service this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, American Legion Post 275 Commander Jeff Dorrance said. Instead, the post will hold a small private ceremony on Memorial Day to honor our fallen ...

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TUE/12 GOSHEN TOWNSHIP Scrap Appliance/Metal Drive, daylight hours, township garage and recycling center, 12649 Seacrist Road; information at 330-205-4204. LISBON Columbiana County Board of Elections, 1:30 p.m., board office, 7989 Dickey Drive Suite #3. Village council, 6:30 p.m., via ...

SRMC safety measures have facility prepared for return to services

SALEM – As the level of COVID-19 infections begins to stabilize in the community, Salem Regional Medical Center (SRMC) is starting to reschedule appointments, surgeries and procedures that were delayed during the pandemic. “In this time of uncertainty, SRMC remains our patients’ ...