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GAIL WHITE Couple has seen 50 states, 51 years together

As I sat down in Paul and Marion Manchester's Canfield home, I was curious to hear of their


JUNIOR FAIR

JUNIOR FAIR Livestock champions Columbiana County Fair's Junior Fair livestock champions:


Malys team goes deep to find talent, right touch

By BILL SULLIVAN VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF YOUNGSTOWN -- Dr. Joe Malys is a family dentist during


Jackson-Milton district rides out financial storm

Opinion: The good news is that after two years of having a state commission oversee its finances, the


NEW CASTLE Neighbors appeal council's decisions

City officials accepted a $510,455 bid for work on a new sewage line. By LAURE CIOFFI VINDICATOR


OHIO ARTS COUNCIL Grant awards

The Ohio Arts Council has awarded these amounts to Mahoning Valley organizations and events:


HUBBARD Plans for plaza progress as state drops land price

Estimates of the sale price ranged up to $300,000. By TIM YOVICH VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF


YOUNGSTOWN Exal plans to add jobs

The container-maker wants to expand its plant and add new manufacturing equipment. By ROGER G.


COURTS

MAHONING COUNTY Marriage licenses John R. Leshinsky Jr., 36, of 5100 Firnley Ave., Boardman, and


LIQUOR CONTROL Permits

The Ohio Department of Liquor Control is processing these liquor permit transfers and applications


OHIO LEGISLATURE Bill would change funding system

In this area, only East Liverpool would be affected by the legislation. By NORMAN LEIGH


WARREN Council in quandary over job

One lawmaker called the proposed tax administrator salary 'outrageous' while others say it's


September rite set for Miss Betz and Russell Wells

Stephanie Betz, 4495 N. Warwick Drive, Canfield, and Russell Wells, 2550 S. Raccoon Road,


More country than courtly

By VERONICA GORLEY VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER LISBON -- Wearing jeans and muddy boots, the 2001


OUR GOOD COOKS An engineer of good taste

This Girard man learned the culinary basics from his mother ... just in case. By SARAH A. CART


Health and Safety Fair planned for Friday

Health and Safety Fair planned for Friday YOUNGSTOWN -- The third annual Family Fest Health and


POLITICAL CAMPAIGN FUNDS Most Traficant contributors not from Valley

The indicted congressman has $62,067 in his campaign war chest. By DAVID SKOLNICK VINDICATOR


Boardman splits four games in tourney

EATON -- Boardman West won its first two games then dropped a pair in Tuesday's state Little League


Jeanine Brent to be bride of Stephen Slater

GIRARD -- Announced by James and Joyce Brent, 282 Churchill Road, is the engagement of their


Teen-ager sought in attack on girl

Teen-ager sought in attack on girl LISBON -- Columbiana County deputy sheriffs are searching for a


14-year-old in serious condition after tractor accident on farm

LOWELLVILLE -- A 14-year-old boy was taken by helicopter to Akron Children's Hospital on Tuesday


YOUNGSTOWN Cop loses job over report discrepancies

The man arrested spent three months in jail. He has since sued the former cop. By PATRICIA MEADE


Treasurer search

Treasurer search WARREN -- The school board will continue its search for a treasurer. The


WEST FARMINGTON Village remains fearful

The sheriff's department continues to investigate the nine arson fires. By PEGGY SINKOVICH


BIRTHS

St. Elizabeth Sean and Jennifer Rowland, 7358 West Blvd., Boardman, boy, July 31. Jeffrey and


TRUMBULL COUNTY Indictments

The Trumbull County grand jury handed up indictments Tuesday against these people. The grand jury


ON AREA DIAMONDS Youth baseball

Tri-T Colt (15-17 years) East Palestine Venezia Auto Sales 9, Columbiana 6: Ed Byerly singled,


Laura Murphy, Michael Smith to wed Sept. 1

POLAND -- Alexander and Anne Murphy of 7762 Indian Trail are announcing plans for the coming wedding


OUR GOOD COOKS this is just a copy; flow in all

This Girard man learned the culinary basics from his mother ... just in case. By SARAH A. CART


CSC Lawyers: Purchase is still possible

CSC's attorney said a prospective buyer could be announced today. By BOB JACKSON VINDICATOR


WARREN County officials to approve layoffs

Laid-off workers do not have automatic bidding rights for other county jobs. WARREN -- Trumbull


OHIO ARTS Council suffers cut in funding; not all organizations affected

The council increased awards to three local organizations. By MARALINE KUBIK VINDICATOR STAFF


Standoff in Boardman ends with arrest of man

BOARDMAN -- A township man was taken into custody at 3:50 a.m. today after a five-hour standoff with


Take a night out

Take a night out YOUNGSTOWN -- National Night Out, from 5 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, will begin on Elm


BOARDMAN Police investigate thefts at businesses

An audit suggests that a company employee has been stealing from one business for more than a year.


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CHAMPION Program fosters little bookworms

The program is designed to help young kids get excited about reading. By JENNINE ZELEZNIK


IRISH PEACE EFFORT FALTERS

Opinion: Miami Herald: Once again the clock is ticking toward a deadline, and once again government leaders


WARREN Music store robbery trial continues

Police say Mitchell was shot while trying to rob RBG Music. By PEGGY SINKOVICH VINDICATOR


OHSAA rule is long overdue

The days of Ohio's best athletes jumping from high school to high school as the seasons change are


Where's the beef? Look near the milk

Milkshakes and rib-eye steaks are hot items at the fair. By NANCY TULLIS VINDICATOR SALEM BUREAU


Parents announce Pruitt-Davis engagement

WARREN -- The engagement of Felicia D. Pruitt and Robert L. Davis Jr., both of Warren, is announced


SUMMER HEAT TAKES A BITE OUT OF MOSQUITO Lake down, stink up

By AMANDA C. DAVIS VINDICATOR TRUMBULL STAFF BAZETTA -- A hot, dry summer has taken its toll on


COITSVILLE Trustees to discuss buffer zones

The zones would provide visual and sound barriers between businesses and residents. By PETER H.


McVeigh defense team should get nothing more

Opinion: McVeigh defense team should get nothing more EDITOR: Would someone please help me understand how