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MUNICIPAL CURT

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LISBON — In County Municipal Court, Joah T. Leffler, 36, Sherwood Road, Wellsville, was bound over to the grand jury on charges of aggravated kidnapping, a second-degree felony, and domestic violence. Between June 18 and June 19, Leffler allegedly beat Tiffany Allen, who was 34 weeks pregnant ...

POLICE REPORTS

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LISBON — An officer reported at 12:23 a.m. Saturday seeing three males walking on South Market Street when one of them tried to open the door to the county map office. The officer confronted the man, who said he was just playing around. The officer returned later and discovered a front door ...

On the Calendar this Week

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TUE/7 LISBON Veterans Service Commission, 1 p.m., in the office. SALEM Finance Committee, city council, 6 p.m., tax split discussion, appropriations COVID-19 funds, via Zoom, Meeting ID: 920 5888 3943, Password: 764916, join meeting at ...

ACROSS OUR COMMUNITIES

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Conser Reunion canceled The Conser Reunion scheduled for July 12 has been canceled. It might be rescheduled for late Fall. Leadership roundtables set LISBON – Leadership Columbiana County will host a three-part series of virtual roundtables entitled Leading Through Change. During these ...

GALLERY: Guilford Lake Boat Parade honors caregivers

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The annual July 4th Boat Parade on Guilford Lake Saturday was sponsored by the Guilford Lake Civic Association. In keeping with the pandemic, the theme was “Honor Our Caregivers.” Prizes were awarded following the parade in front of Mark’s Landing. There were many spectators lining the ...

On the Calendar

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MON/6 LISBON Al-Anon resuming on Mondays, 7p.m., Fleming House, Rose Drive. Temperatures will be checked at door. Face masks and social distancing required. SALEM Drive-up Banquet in Salem, 5-7 p.m. (or until food is gone), Salem Memorial Building; menu includes sweet sausage sandwiches ...

Fair board moving forward with holding junior fair

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LISBON — When the county fair board voted to hold a junior fair after previously canceling the fair completely, they knew it would be an uphill battle. Despite short notice, the board continued to solidify all of the details for the junior fair at Wednesday’s meeting. The majority of ...

Salem Elks makes donation

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Salem Parks Director Shane Franks accepted a check for $700 Thursday from Kim Chapman, Exalted Ruler of the Salem Elks Lodge #305. The money was made available through the Ohio Elks Association’s Community Service Grant program. Salem Elks received one of four offered to NE District Lodges. ...

Police Reports

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SALEM REPORTS — Police investigated at least four fireworks complaints over the past few days, including shortly after 10 p.m. Saturday, when a juvenile suffered severe burns from one in the 2000 block of Edgewood Drive. He was transported to Salem Regional Medical Center. His family's ...

Highway Patrol

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— Larry S. Madison, of East Main Street in Salineville, was cited at 12:20 a.m. Tuesday on state Route 39 in Yellow Creek Township for failure to control and a no seat belt. Madison was westbound on SR 39, when he went off the road, struck a pole, garbage container, two trees and was ejected ...

Sheriff’s Office

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— Two individuals were charged after a private property crash at 8:36 p.m. June 29 on Francis Drive in Yellow Creek Township. Brian K. Custer, no address listed, was arrested on a charge of aggravated menacing and David M.C. Liptay for leaving the scene of an accident and no operator’s ...

Stagecoach comes down

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The Stagecoach Inn, a landmark in North Georgetown for two centuries, was torn down Thursday. A shell of the building had remained since a fire on April 5, 2019.  The inn was built in 1822 by Samuel Long and was on the National Registry of Historic Sites. The building was also used as part of ...

POLICE REPORTS

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Salem — At the request of the sheriff’s office, officers searched for a man suspected of assault near the Salem Community Hospital at 8:38 p.m. Thursday. Police checked the area but did not locate the man. — A caller reported hearing gunshots on South Lincoln Avenue at 9:55 p.m. ...

On the Calendar

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SAT/4 BELOIT West Branch Class of 1970 breakfast at 10 a.m. at Perkins Guilford Lake Boat parade at 2 p.m. with lineup on beach, sign up at Mark’s Landing, Dairy Bar of state park office Midland Fireworks at 10 p.m. at Hillcrest Manor SALEM Breakfast, 7– 11 a.m., Salem Hunting ...

Almost 300 tested for COVID at CAA

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LISBON - When the Ohio National Guard conducted pop-up COVID-19 testing on Monday at the Community Action Agency, there were 275 people tested before tests ran out at around 4 p.m., according to Jody Wisbith, marketing specialist at the CAA. Some people reported waiting in line in their car ...

SHERIFF’S OFFICE

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— Deputies responded with the highway patrol to the 5000 block of Lisbon Road in Salem Township at 1:37 p.m. Thursday in reference to a male who had been struck by a vehicle and was lying in the ditch. They found the elderly man had fallen into the ditch while getting his mail. Several ...

Columbiana sets energy savings days

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COLUMBIANA — The city of Columbiana and the American Municipal Power are asking customers to curtail energy usage on Monday and Tuesday. “Community Energy Savings Days” is a response program for when demand for electricity is expected to be high. The city’s electric utility department ...

West Branch to make the ride in smoother

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BELOIT - The West Branch school board this week approved repairs to the driveway at the Beloit campus. The board approved a resolution to proceed with driveway repairs at the middle and high schools at a cost of $49,827. Vasco Asphalt Company will start the stand alone project immediately, ...