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  1. It's time to upgrade 911Read the original story

    12 hrs ago | Morning Journal

    Columbiana County is preparing to upgrade its nearly 10-year-old 911 system to the Next Generation 911, which is capable of accepting text messages, photographs and videos sent from cell phones and other electronic devices. In March, county commissioners passed a resolution supporting the amendment of the 911 system, but other cities, villages and townships representing at least 60 percent of the county's population must also approve the upgrade before it can go forward.

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  2. East Liverpool outlasts TigersRead the original story

    Thursday | Morning Journal

    For the Potter boys, Quinn Lyle won the 1600 and 800. Andre Sloan was a triple event winner for the Tigers.

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  3. Couple sees light at end of tunnelRead the original story

    Thursday | Morning Journal

    The couple in a dispute with the village since annexing their Unity Township property in 2007 may be coming to a settlement agreement. According to the agreement before council, Dave and Michelle Vargo would receive $25,000 and have their unpaid income taxes forgiven from 2012 through 2014.

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  4. Drugs lead three to date with a judgeRead the original story

    Thursday | Morning Journal

    Three men who each blamed their crimes on their drug addiction issues were sentenced in unrelated cases before Judge Scott Washam in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court on Thursday. Herbert Jones, 27, Midland, Pa., was sentenced to 24 months in prison for breaking and entering, attempted robbery, safecracking, possession of cocaine and two counts of theft.

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  5. East Liverpool dunned for cemetery cleanup billRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Morning Journal

    The city has been referred to a collection agency for nearly $47,000 owed to the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency , but officials said the delinquent bill is not the city's responsibility. Service-Safety Director Ryan Estell shared an April 3 letter from the General Revenue Corp. to the now-defunct Spring Grove Cemetery Association, noting its "delinquent tax account" totaling $46,694.84 had been referred for collection.

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  6. Lisbon strikes East LiverpoolRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Morning Journal

    The possibility of a teachers strike seemed to phase the East Liverpool softball team much less than the powerful offense of undefeated Lisbon on Wednesday. The Potters attempted to keep their momentum going after earning their first win of the season Tuesday, but that momentum was taken courtesy of a fifth inning slugfest for Lisbon as the Blue Devils won 14-6 at Dickey Athletic Complex.

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  7. Potters playing like there's no tomorrowRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Morning Journal

    With uncertainty hanging over the second half of their season due to a possible teachers strike, the East Liverpool baseball team is prioritizing only what it can control. Wednesday, the Potters' focus looked sharp as they brushed aside Lisbon 10-0 in five innings at Allen Dickey Field.

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  8. Chalmers KidderRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Morning Journal

    Chalmers "Earl" Kidder, 88, formerly of East End, died Monday at the Assisted Living Ministries in East Liverpool following a lengthy illness. He was born Jan. 10, 1927 in Holidays Cove, W.Va., the son of the late Rufus Chad and Elsie Kidder.

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  9. KSU begins celebrating golden year in East LiverpoolRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Morning Journal

    An evening of music and art Tuesday kicked off the 50th anniversary celebration of Kent State University opening its doors in the city. Mayor Jim Swoger officially opened the celebration in the KSU library at John J. Purinton Hall by issuing a proclamation in honor of the anniversary.

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  10. Prep TennisRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Morning Journal

    The Salem boys tennis team dropped only eight games on the way to 5-0 win over East Palestine at East Palestine City Park on Monday. BELOIT-The East Liverpool tennis team handed West Branch its first loss of the season Monday 3-2.

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  11. Jane SchuckRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Morning Journal

    She was born in East Liverpool on Jan. 16, 1923, the daughter of John Thomas and Mary Ellen Walsh McNicol. A longtime resident of East Liverpool, she had lived 15 years at Foxcrest in Chester before moving to the Steubenville area in 2013.

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  12. William WakefieldRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Morning Journal

    Born in Steubenville on Dec. 8, 1934, he was the son of the late James M. and Elizabeth Matthews Wakefield. Mr. Wakefield served with the U.S. Air Force during the Korean Conflict, and later worked as a loader for Crucible Steel for over 23 years.

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  13. ELO board follows through on promiseRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Morning Journal

    At a raucous meeting in which teachers cheered, applauded and waved signs, the East Liverpool school board on Monday adopted its latest contract offer to the teachers union. Teachers who had gathered at the Westgate Middle School auditorium pleaded with the board to "collaborate" with them and return to the bargaining table but to no avail.

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  14. Walgate earned the callRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 12 | Morning Journal

    Local basketball fans who attended the Ohio Division II state championship final on March 28 saw a familiar face on the floor. Former East Liverpool resident Rob Walgate was one of the three officials for the overtime thriller between Defiance and Cleveland Central Catholic.

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  15. Mary SchuckRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 12 | Morning Journal

    Mary Jane Schuck, 92, formerly of East Liverpool, died at 7:23 a.m. Sunday at Lancia Villa Vista here.

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  16. Ernest SchachtRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 12 | Morning Journal

    He was born in Ambridge Pa., on April 19, 1932, the son of the late Ernest O. Schacht and Matie Fugi, and lived most of his life in this area. Mr. Schacht was a pipefitter for Dravo Corp. and later worked as a security guard at Mountaineer Racetrack until his retirement in 1980.

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  17. A calm before the stormRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 12 | Morning Journal

    Both the city school board and the East Liverpool Education Association appear to have drawn lines in the sand where a new teachers contract is concerned. Members of the ELEA and OAPSE Local 233 solicited support from the public outside Westgate School Sunday night prior to a special board meeting held completely in executive session which resulted in no action.

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  18. CitySweep only one of the events being planned for East LiverpoolRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 11 | Morning Journal

    A variety of activities are set for April 25 aimed at cleaning up the city, including citySweep2015 hosted by Heritage Thermal Services. At a press conference Friday, Heritage Thermal chemist Maria Kinsey announced that, for the 19th consecutive year, the company will sponsor a free roundup of household hazardous wastes, old electronics and pharmaceuticals for East Liverpool area residents.

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  19. School board prepares for strikeRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 11 | Morning Journal

    The East Liverpool City School District Board of Education will meet tonight to discuss options on how classes will remain in session should teachers decide to go on strike. In a statement, board vice president Bob Estell said the meeting will be to figure out a plan in the event of a strike by the East Liverpool Education Association .

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  20. Teachers file labor complaint against ELO school boardRead the original story

    Friday Apr 10 | Morning Journal

    An unfair labor practice complaint has been filed with the State Employment Relations Board against the city school board by members of the East Liverpool Education Association . In a release Friday, ELEA spokesmen Trisha Hutton said the ULP was filed Thursday alleging a number of violations, including, but not limited to, violating the duty of good faith bargaining under the collective bargaining law.

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