Monday, August 21, 2017


Staff Columns: Your Newspaper

Voter fraud is real
12:00, 8/21/17

By Jay Ambrose Tribune News Service The Trump administration wants to check up on voter fraud

12:00, 8/21/17

Today is Monday, Aug. 21, the 233rd day of 2017. There are 132 days left in the year. ASSOCIATED

Trio pulls US from brink of war with saber-rattling North Korea
12:00, 8/21/17

After threatening fire and fury, how does a superpower de-escalate? By scrambling its secretary of

Barcelona attack reinforces need for global terror fight
12:00, 8/21/17

London. Paris. Nice. Berlin. Stockholm. Jerusalem. Columbus. Charlottesville. That roll call of

Richmond doesn’t belong in YSU’s football family
12:00, 8/20/17

Richmond doesn’t belong in YSU’s football family I completely agree with a recent letter

12:00, 8/20/17

YEARS AGO Today is Sunday, Aug. 20, the 232nd day of 2017. There are 133 days left in the year.

Lessons from Taylor Swift groping
12:00, 8/20/17

By Michael Homans The Philadelphia Inquirer Many were not surprised by the prompt verdict Monday

Where are foreclosed houses?
12:00, 8/20/17

By Jim Hightower Otherwords We know that millions of American families lost their homes after

Trumbull County’s budget could do with a makeover
12:00, 8/20/17

If things were going swim- mingly in Trumbull County government, a special budget review panel would

Moment of pride for GOP
12:00, 8/20/17

Last year it was Kathy Miller whose racist rants shoved her onto the global political stage. Today

Real journalists risk their lives in order to bring you real news
12:00, 8/19/17

By Craig Forman Special to McClatchy “Enemy of the American people,” DishonestMedia, “garbage

Trump’s critics unfair
12:00, 8/19/17

By Mark Davis The Dallas Morning News I believe the appropriate maxim is, “Better late than

Institute for public servants is good fit at Glenn College
12:00, 8/19/17

Long-time U.S. senator and pioneer astronaut John H. Glenn left no shortage of legacies. Now he has

Nobody likes funerals
12:00, 8/18/17

By Gina Barreca The Hartford Courant “Just leave me on the A train,” said my father. “It’ll take

Democratic aspirants for governor have chance to reach out to voters
12:00, 8/18/17

The Democratic candidates for governor will debate for the first time Sept. 12 in Martins Ferry, a

Can-do attitude fueling optimism for cool plant
12:00, 8/18/17

In October 2016, Mitchell Joseph, a Youngstown native and CEO of The Joseph Company International,

Ohio Black Republicans back Trump's statements about Charlottesville violence
12:10, 8/17/17

The group, headed by Tracey Winbush of Youngstown, blames the media for promoting the rally

Let’s avoid more Love Canal crises
12:00, 8/17/17

By Lois Marie Gibbs Tribune News Service It has been almost 40 years since the nation heard the

Elvis inspired generations of fans
12:00, 8/17/17

By Carl Golden The Philadelphia Inquirer It’s been 40 years since the death of Elvis Presley in

Advice for Jeff Bezos
12:00, 8/17/17

By B.J. HEGEDUS Los Angeles Times Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, one of the world’s richest people