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Judges help hold line on spending

August 6, 2016 LISBON — Columbiana County Commissioner Mike Halleck reported some county elected officials have already heeded their call for help in addressing an anticipated $800,000 budget shortfall in 2017. more »»

Leetonia checks out state loan to buy water meters

August 6, 2016 LEETONIA— Leetonia council Wednesday night authorized administrators to register for possible loans in case the village replaces water meters. more »»

Investigators work to identify body found in Wayne Twp.

August 6, 2016 LISBON — A woman’s body found Thursday in Wayne Township has not been identified, according to Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Allan Haueter, who said investigators do not believe th... more »»

Bullfighters boldly protect bull riders at fair’s rodeo

August 6, 2016 LISBON — Introductory music plays as each participant is announced and lines up in the middle of the arena. more »»

Fair fun

August 6, 2016 Showing off their rabbits and ribbons are Caleb Ayers, 16, of Leetonia with his Grand Champion Argentbrun rabbit and Tiera Moore, 17, of Salem with her Reserve Champion French Angora rabbit. more »»

Ice cream sandwiches prove challenge

August 5, 2016 LISBON — Showing dairy cattle and eating ice cream are just some of the things that Zebediah Zehentbauer of Hanoverton excelled at this week. more »»

58 of 89 streets on summer list paved

August 5, 2016 The paving of city streets this summer is about two-thirds complete, with 58 of the 89 streets on the list finished, city Service/Safety Director Ken Kenst said. more »»

LGF funds up slightly for 2017

August 5, 2016 LISBON — For the second consecutive year, communities in Columbiana County can expect to a small increase in state fundin. more »»

Salem Twp. working on Lisbon Road

August 5, 2016 By LARRY SHIELDS Staff Writer FRANKLIN SQUARE — Salem Township Trustee John Wilms said they are doing everything they can to remedy a section of a newly chip and sealed road. more »»

Fairfield trustees approve paving project

August 5, 2016 FAIRFIELD TWP. — Kings Court and Spring HIll Drive will be paved after trustees approved $65,432 to have the work done under the Columbiana County paving program during Thursday’s meetin. more »»

Kids show off pocket pets at fair

August 4, 2016 LISBON — Before they graduate to showing horses, cows or other livestock at the county fair, kids under 9 years old can begin showing things like guinea pigs, hermit crabs and even small snapping... more »»

Landlord says some rentals packed with people

August 4, 2016 A local landlord asked city council to consider restrictions about home occupancy regarding the number of people who can live under one roof, saying there’s a growing problem of too many people in... more »»

Reilly Stadium, track ready for this week’s events

August 4, 2016 SALEM — The 23rd Star Trax 5k Night Run is on track for Saturday night — no Plan B necessary since there’s now asphalt on the Reilly Stadium oval. more »»

Cool treat

August 4, 2016 Levi Blake, 11, of Salem enjoys a big old ice cream cone at the Columbiana County Fair Wednesday. Levi belongs to the Country Wranglers 4H. more »»

Man who carried stolen gun into theater now faces federal charges

August 4, 2016 LISBON — The Georgia man who walked into a Beaver County movie theater last month carrying a handgun and ammunition stolen from Columbiana County is now facing a federal charge. William D. more »»

Columbiana County Fair fun

August 4, 2016 Brian Brenner performs a tribute to Elvis on the Midway Stage Tuesday. more »»

Leetonia council chips in for Christmas decorations

August 4, 2016 LEETONIA— Village Council Wednesday night agreed to match funds raised by a special committee to replace Christmas decorations for downtown. more »»

Father says theater incident blown out of proportion

August 4, 2016 PITTSBURGH — Federal authorities continue to investigate William Dakotah Gossett’d motive for a Monaca area theater July 23 carrying a gun and ammunition, U.S. Attorney David J. more »»

Salem public access channel going dark for few weeks

August 4, 2016 SALEM — Mayor John Berlin announced that the city’s public access channel on Time Warner Cable will be offline for the next couple weeks for an equipment fix. more »»

Broken valve replaced

August 3, 2016 From left, Salem city utility workers Steven Hippley, Dean Stokes and Mike Blythe work on replacing a broken 10-inch valve at the intersection of South Ellsworth Avenue and Pershing Street Tuesday... more »»



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