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  1. No joyRead the original story

    Yesterday | Morning Journal

    Eighteen-year-old Madeline Aberegg of Sebring escaped injury when she rolled her 1996 Jeep Cherokee while heading west on state Route 558 in Salem Township Sunday night. Leetonia firefighter Dan Joy and wife were on their way home from Salem at about the same time.

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  2. Port appointment called into questionRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 25 | Morning Journal

    The local labor leader who was replaced on the Columbiana County Port Authority expressed his disappointment because county commissioners decided against naming another union official in his stead. Don Crane, president of the Western Reserve Building and Construction Trades Council, attended Wednesday's meeting of county commissioners to say their failure to replace him with another labor official was a break with tradition.

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  3. Mandy St. JohnRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 25 | Morning Journal

    Mandy L. St. John, 39, a former East Palestine resident, died Tuesday January 6, 2015 in Naples, Florida. She was born in Salem , on October 29, 1975.

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  4. Ending Office on Aging funding was easy decisionRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 25 | Morning Journal

    Year ago it might have been shocking to hear that the Columbiana County Office on Aging in Salem would be closing its doors. The agency once provided many vital services for senior citizens.

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  5. 911 change in the worksRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | Morning Journal

    Communities will soon be asked to approve a significant upgrade to Columbiana County's 911 plan, the first since the system becoming fully operational in 2008. Commissioner Tim Weigle said he intends to draft a resolution for his fellow commissioners to pass at their Jan. 28 meeting, which is the first step in the process needed before the system can be upgraded to Next Generation 911.

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  6. DTF hits another Salem homeRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 22 | Morning Journal

    Drug agents recovered money, drugs, drug paraphernalia and suspected stolen goods after searching a city residence at 1700 S. Lincoln Ave. Wednesday afternoon, with arrests pending. Lt. Brian McLaughlin, director of the county drug task force, said investigators have been working the case involving several people for at least three months, noting the people have only been in the house on South Lincoln for a month.

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  7. Lack of use, funds doom Office on AgingRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 22 | Morning Journal

    Columbiana County commissioners have decided to cease providing any matching funds for the local Office on Aging, a move that will result in the Salem facility closing Jan. 31. Commission Chairman Tim Weigle announced at this week's meeting they had decided to pull their funding because the Office on Aging was being used by less than three people per day on average at its offices in the Salem Memorial Building, and the state was continuing to slash its allocation. "During our budget process, commissioners decided not to fund the because the number of clients had dropped off to where it didn't justify continuing to fund it," he said.

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  8. Former Timberlanes owner named general manager at Golf ClubRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 22 | Morning Journal

    Former longtime Timberlanes CEO/owner Roy Paparodis has been named the new general manager of the Salem Golf Club effective Feb. 1. Paparodis has more than 26 years experience operating and managing area restaurants, with 14 years spent at the helm of the family business, the Timberlanes steakhouse, banquet facility and hotel in downtown Salem. More recently he had been the general manager of the Guilford Lake Grille.

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  9. Marjorie UllomRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Morning Journal

    Mrs. Ullom was born October 30, 1928 in Warren, the daughter of the late John Albert and Maude Driscoll. A 1946 graduate of Salem High School, she owned and operated a family farm with her late husband Cecil.

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  10. Potters shake QuakersRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Morning Journal

    The East Liverpool Potters rang up their sixth consecutive victory with an 83-55 decision over the Salem Quakers Tuesday night at Potter Fieldhouse. The Potters improve to 13-2 on the season.

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  11. Gail PhillisRead the original story

    Monday Jan 19 | Morning Journal

    Gail Lea Phillis, Sr. age 86, of Salem, died at 3:00 p.m. Saturday, January 17, 2015 at the Cleveland Metro Health Medical Center with his family by his side. He was born at home on April 16,1928 in Salem, Ohio, son of the late Charles W. and Mary Phillis.

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  12. Waiting turns into marathon for portRead the original story

    Monday Jan 19 | Morning Journal

    The Columbiana County Port Authority is still waiting for the Marathon Petroleum Corp. to follow through on its planned expansion in Wellsville that includes purchasing Port Authority property for $2.4 million. Port Authority CEO Tracy Drake briefly reported at Monday's meeting he has yet to hear from Marathon on its proposed purchase of the 3.6 acres located in the Port Authority's riverfront industrial park in Wellsville.

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  13. Eugene ExlineRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 17 | Morning Journal

    Eugene H. "Gene" Exline, 81, of West High Street, passed away at 2:05am, Friday, January 16, 2015 at the Hospice House of Poland following a brief illness. Mr. Exline was born August 7, 1933 in Ohio City, Ohio, a son of the late Harold C. and Neva Hazel Exline, and had lived most of his life in the Lisbon area.

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  14. Paul EskayRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 15 | Morning Journal

    Paul Regis Eskay, 90, of Salem, died at 10:30 p.m. Sunday at the Louis Stokes VA Medical Center in Cleveland. He was born June 6, 1924 in Leetonia, the son of the late John and Victoria Ohotnickey .

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  15. Man draws 27 months prison in drug caseRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 14 | Morning Journal

    A Youngstown man involved in drug trafficking both in Salem and Mahoning County was sentenced in Columbiana County Common Pleas Court to 27 months in prison. Charles L. Pete Jr., also known as P, pleaded guilty Wednesday to trafficking in heroin, possession of cocaine and heroin and failure to appear on a recognizance bond. 1 comment

  16. No major problems seen from 911 outageRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 14 | Morning Journal

    County Commissioner Tim Weigle reported early in the day that 95 percent of 911 service had been restored except for the East Liverpool area, which remained without 911 service until about 5 p.m. The public was urged through local TV stations and email alerts to call their local police department or sheriff's office in case of emergency, but Weigle was unaware of any 911 problems resulting from the outage. The public was being advised to the call the county sheriff's office in particular in case of an emergency, but Sheriff Ray Stone saw no increase in calls as a result of the outage.

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  17. Judson McCamonRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 13 | Morning Journal

    Judson D. "Jud" McCamon, 83, of Robert Road, died at 1:58 p.m. Friday at the Salem Regional Medical Center following a lengthy illness. Mr. McCamon was born Aug. 31, 1931 in Lisbon, the son of the late Aurel D. and Opal J. McCamon, and had lived his entire life in the Lisbon area.

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  18. Salem humane officer collects another thrown-away puppyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 13 | Morning Journal

    A local humane officer and Goshen Township police are looking for information on who abandoned a female Rottweiler puppy in a cage on the side of West Pine Lake Road Tuesday morning. "People have to think about how they feel out in this cold - animals are no different," Salem city humane officer Sue Davidson said.

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  19. Car hits Salem medical officeRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 13 | Morning Journal

    No injuries were reported Monday morning after a woman crashed into a doctor's office building off of East Pershing Street, causing major structural damage to the front and electrical damage inside. Patricia Saltsman, 77, of West Perry Street, told police she was in a parking space in front of Dr. Jocelyne Shimek's office when she thought her foot was on the brake but it was on the gas.

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  20. Miriam WalterRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 10 | Morning Journal

    COLUMBIANA Miriam Catharine Walter, 92, passed away peacefully at Whispering Pines Village Friday afternoon January 9, 2015 surrounded by her loving family. She was born on July 25, 1922 in Leetonia, a daughter of Paul A. and Edith Catharine Ziegler.

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