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Tim Ryan: Blind leading the blind

Opinion: Could it be his knowledge of workers' pensions and retirement benefits? After all, he does spew one-


YSU president's raise is extravagant, untimely

Opinion: Wasn't it Dr. David Sweet, president of Youngstown State University, who not too long ago urged the


MIKE BRAUN Radicals bear vigilance

The more I hear about the antics of the anti-hunting set, the more I just shake my head and wonder


Getting there and taking everything in

To get a better idea of the canyon's scope, try a 'flightseeing' trip. WILLIAMS, Ariz. -- Grand


You can't miss it

By CATHY SECKMAN VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT Getting dropped into the middle of Grand Canyon


GAME TIME Today

Who: Royals (May 4-10) at Indians (R. Rodriguez 2-2) When: 1:05 p.m. Radio: WKBN-AM (570).


CURRENT PRICES Around the nation

Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the


Struthers balances attack in 32-6 win over Wilson

STRUTHERS -- The Struthers High football team scored all of its points in the first half of a 32-6


MELISSA KODASH DALE HAWKINS

MELISSA KODASH DALE HAWKINS BOARDMAN -- The wedding of Melissa Kodash and Dale Hawkins took place


GARDEN FORUM Trips planned

Call Eleanor Young, (330) 758-8273, or Dorothy Haddox, (330) 799-1613, for reservations or


Wilson jubilee is celebrated at series of events

POLAND -- Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Wilson, 8046 N. Lima Road, were guests of honor at a series of


JENNIFER MITCHELL FRED LEWIS III

JENNIFER MITCHELL FRED LEWIS III BOARDMAN -- Jennifer Mitchell, a daughter of Judith and Mike


WITH THE VETS | Veterans meetings

Meeting schedule for the week of Sept. 29: TODAY Steel Valley Chapter 13, American Ex-Prisoners


LIBRARY SCHEDULES | October

YOUNGSTOWN & amp; MAHONING COUNTY "Be a Survivor -- Worst Case Scenario" for grades 7-12 at 6


KEYSTONE CLIPS A good use for unused vehicles

The city of Hermitage wants to discard its unused vehicles. City Manager Gary Hinkson brought the


MILL CREEK METROPARKS October calendar

Oct. 1: 6:30-8:30 p.m. Daffodils: Planning for Spring Bloom. It is time to put daffodil bulbs to bed


EVANNA NEOPOLITAN KIRK NAGY

EVANNA NEOPOLITAN KIRK NAGY NORTH LIMA -- Evanna Carmelina Neopolitan and Kirk William Nagy were


SVC FOOTBALL Streaks crumble with Fitch's win

Davanzo Tate's block of an extra-point kick preserved the win over Mooney. By TOM WILLIAMS


STEPHANIE ZACKASEE KEITH COLOVOS

STEPHANIE ZACKASEE KEITH COLOVOS CAMPBELL -- The Rev. Victor Romza officiated as Stephanie


YSU Exposition targets fitness, wellness

There will be free health screenings and fitness activity demonstrations at the Fitness and Wellness


JOANNE VIVIANO Glimmers of light pierce darkness of cancer

As I lay staring into the darkness, I saw the faint figure of my father move across the Connecticut


PROFILE

PROFILE Mark Baker Age: 42 Hometown: Born in Poland, grew up in Boardman. Education: 1978


INFORMATION

INFORMATION If you go A good place to start looking for information on the Grand Canyon is at


CAREER PATHS

FINANCE BOARDMAN -- Eric Martin of North Lima has been appointed branch manager and a registered


ALISON MCCARTY GREGORY PARILLO

ALISON MCCARTY GREGORY PARILLO BOARDMAN -- Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Parillo accepted


TIFFANY SLAVIN NICHOLAS WALTON II

TIFFANY SLAVIN NICHOLAS WALTON II YOUNGSTOWN -- A reception at The Butler Institute of American


YSU

YSU Tennis YOUNGSTOWN -- Youngstown State defeated California (Pa.) 6-1 Saturday at the Penguin


Still a square? Safety's improved

Don't worry about being speared by glass raining from the ceiling. Those who wish to stick with


MERCER COUNTY | Sentence court

Seven people were sentenced recently in Mercer County Common Pleas Court: Elrico Jones, 28,


PREP CROSS COUNTRY South Range runners make it twice as nice

The Raiders won the boys and girls races at the Western Reserve meet. BERLIN CENTER -- The South


ERIN DOMER BARRY GROMADA

ERIN DOMER BARRY GROMADA YOUNGSTOWN -- Erin Colleen Domer and Barry Anthony Gromada were united in


WIN, PLACE & amp; SHOW

MOUNTAINEER RESULTS SATURDAY 1st--Sargent Olson (J.Stokes)6.203.402.80 Five Partners


COLUMBIANA COUNTY

COLUMBIANA COUNTY New complaints Rajinder Singh Malhi vs. Paul Revere Life Insurance, money.


WHAT'S DOING?

SPECIAL EVENTS, SEASONS, ETC. LAWRENCE COUNTY DUCKS UNLIMITED: The Lewis Class Shoot, 50 Sporting


EAST PALESTINE Home for girls thanks community for help

Fund-raising events will start soon to help pay for upkeep. By NORMAN LEIGH VINDICATOR SALEM


To retire well, save money

How much money do you need to save for retirement? That's always been a tricky question. And now,


LIMELIGHT Awards, achievements

NILES -- William E. Phillips Sr., chairman and chief executive of Niles Expanded Metals, has been


PREP VOLLEYBALL West Branch doubles up the City

Austintown Fitch won the Olmsted Falls Invitational. BELOIT -- The West Branch High volleyball


Former Campbell graduate pens 'Guide to Surviving Life'

By GARRY CLARK VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER "Guide to Surviving Life " by Myron J. Kukla (Lockport


NCAA DIVISION III Westminster tops Allegheny

Scott Froelich scored two touchdowns in the Titans' 24-13 victory. By BILL ALBRIGHT VINDICATOR


DOCTORS

DOCTORS Four receive degrees Four Youngstown men recently received their doctor of osteopathic


RANDOLPH Research reveals stops on Underground RR

Local historians are still working to identify homes and people that played a role in the


WARREN School panel reviews construction plans

The 14 architectural firms that have submitted proposals will be whittled to three. By DENISE DICK


TRUMBULL COUNTY Report urged vendor switch

One county commissioner said he did not see the year-old analysis until last week. By STEPHEN SIFF


Finalist for ethics award

The owner says he did nothing out of the ordinary to win international recognition for business


JENNIFER MERRIMAN KENNETH SABOL

JENNIFER MERRIMAN KENNETH SABOL STRUTHERS -- A reception was held Aug. 24 at The Embassy in


SCOTT SHALAWAY Waxwings, Kinglets among many fall delights

For about two weeks a large flock of cedar waxwings has gathered each morning in the highest


McCabes honored at reception for 50th anniversary

CANFIELD -- Mr. and Mrs. John McCabe of Shields Road were honored Sept. 22 at a reception at


High Twelve Clubs hold convention

NAPOLEON -- The High Twelve Clubs of the State Association of Ohio held its 53rd annual convention


YSU THEATER Students savor insight of actor Aidan Quinn

Although he works with students a few times a year, this was the first time Quinn had the


JAMES DULLEY Cutting your utility bills Shower filters decrease exposure to chlorine

Q. I've read about negative health effects of chlorine in hot shower water. I saw some water-saving


JOHN KOVACH | Colleges Medicus is a leader at Edinboro

EDINBORO, Pa. -- Amy Medicus of Austintown has developed into a leader in more ways than one during


RAY SWANSON | Keystoner Sharpsville golfers on top of their game

Not once this season but twice. That adds up to a real plus for Coach Jim Colley and his Sharpsville


By JoANNE VIVIANO

By JoANNE VIVIANO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER T'S NOT QUITE 7 A.M., AND THE discussion focuses on


LOCAL

LOCAL Newton Falls Library schedules events NEWTON FALLS -- The Newton Falls Public Library,


BLOOD DRIVES

BLOOD DRIVES TODAY Seventh-day Adventist Church, 7668 Glenwood Ave., Boardman, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.


RESCUE MISSION OF MAHONING VALLEY

RESCUE MISSION OF MAHONING VALLEY


HALLOWEEN Happenings

A rundown of planned Halloween festivities: MAHONING COUNTY Halloween at the Morley: 6-8 p.m.


FUGITIVE OF THE WEEK

The FBI and the Mahoning Valley Violent Crimes Task Force are asking the public to help find the


A BEAR'S POEM

A BEAR'S POEM The Burden Bear Ministry offers this poem with each bear delivered: I'm not a very


She is one of about 30 men and women who make the bears to be passed along to patients with life-

She is one of about 30 men and women who make the bears to be passed along to patients with life-


YOUNGSTOWN -- Bill Rodgers, who will run in next Sunday's 28th annual Peace Race, also will make a

YOUNGSTOWN -- Bill Rodgers, who will run in next Sunday's 28th annual Peace Race, also will make a


Civil War Encampment

Civil War Encampment CANFIELD -- A Civil War Encampment will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct.


& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BARE & lt;/B & gt;, Jessie

& lt;P & gt; & lt;B & gt;BARE & lt;/B & gt;, Jessie Kathryn, 89, of


CAMPBELL Alumni pay last visit to school

Members and friends of the class of '54 told memories of the building, which will be torn down next


MARTIN SLOANE | Supermarket Shopper Poems garner competition honors

It is my great pleasure to present to my readers the winners of the 22nd Annual Supermarket Shopper


Parents announce Davis and Ewing engagement

ELLSWORTH -- The engagement of Sandy Marie Davis and Roger William Ewing, both of 8303 Knauf Road,


AFGHANISTAN Despite problems, many welcome peace

A former Valley resident finds cheer amid the rubble in Afghanistan. By MARK BAKER SPECIAL TO


Immaculate Heart Seniors hold installation of officers

YOUNGSTOWN -- The installation of officers who will head Immaculate Heart of Mary Senior Citizens


Accident injures man

Accident injures man HOWLAND -- A Stow man was in critical condition in St. Elizabeth Health


SATURDAY'S SCORES

SATURDAY'S SCORES FOOTBALL AREA Struthers 32, Wilson 6 Austintown Fitch 17, Cardinal Mooney


Huber develops into Titans' leader

The Newton Falls High graduate won the starting job at quarterback this year. By BILL ALBRIGHT


Peace Award banquet

Peace Award banquet YOUNGSTOWN -- The annual Peace Award banquet, presented by the Mayor's Task


KAREN JOHNS RICHARD EVANS

KAREN JOHNS RICHARD EVANS YOUNGSTOWN -- Simon Road Church of God was the setting at 2:30 p.m. Aug.


RYAN PAPA CHARLES DILLON

RYAN PAPA CHARLES DILLON POLAND -- Holy Family Church was the setting at 5 p.m. Aug. 23 for the


Goff-Piersol wedding to be held in park

AUSTINTOWN -- Plans for their approaching marriage are being announced by Darlene Goff and Terrence


Forum Health Northside Medical Center

Forum Health Northside Medical Center Jearra Oates, 644 Cohasset Drive, girl, Sept. 28. Tawnya


TOTALLY TUBULAR The new shape of skylights

By REBECCA SLOAN VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT ay the word skylight, and most people will picture a


HISTORICAL PLAQUE

HISTORICAL PLAQUE Text On May 8, 1847, the citizens of Randolph defended John and Harriet, two


FLU SHOTS | Locations

UMahoning County Senior Center, 1110 Fifth Ave., Youngstown: Friday, 10 a.m. to noon; Oct. 14, 2 to


JENNIFER VASKO BRIAN HIXSON

JENNIFER VASKO BRIAN HIXSON AUSTINTOWN -- Married at 2 p.m. Aug. 24 at St. Joseph Church were


Sharper-Gibson engagement is announced

The engagement of Natasha Joyce Sharper, 943 Woodford Ave., Youngstown, and Christopher Gibson, 442


Federation sets scholarship benefit

BOARDMAN -- The Youngstown Area Federation of Women's Clubs will sponsor its annual scholarship


National Parks Pass is quite a deal

Nearly every national park, monument and recreation area charges a fee for entry, and fees can add


MARY SCOTT LONNY LEARN

MARY SCOTT LONNY LEARN MINERAL RIDGE -- The Rev. Ron Maurer officiated at 1 p.m. Aug. 24 at the


A story in Saturday's paper incorrectly listed the date for an open house at a CHOICE home at 930

A story in Saturday's paper incorrectly listed the date for an open house at a CHOICE home at 930


JACK WOLLITZ Little clues offer the big picture

Every angler's day on the water is an experience with a microcosm. Even small lakes and rivers are


AREA GOLF SCHEDULE

OCTOBER 5-6 -- Mill Creek Park Golf Championships at Mill Creek Golf Course, 36-holes. (330) 740-


GIRLS SOCCER Taryn Carlson's free kick goal lifts Poland

The Bulldogs rallied from a 2-1 deficit to beat Boardman. By BILL SULLIVAN VINDICATOR SPORTS


Writing a parking ticket at a death scene is cold

Opinion: Writing a parking ticket at a death scene is cold EDITOR: On Sept. 9, I received a call that my


Fire department grants

Fire department grants NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency has awarded more


BOATING

BOATING Education program The Mosquito Lake Power Squadron will host Boat Smart a boating safety


PREP SPORTS AT A GLANCE

SATURDAY'S SCORES FOOTBALL AREA Struthers 32, Wilson 6 Austintown Fitch 17, Cardinal Mooney


'Nite at the Ice Zone'

'Nite at the Ice Zone' BOARDMAN -- On Oct. 12 at 7:30 p.m., the local chapter of the Mother's Hope


AFGHANISTAN Despite problems, peace welcome

A former Valley resident finds cheer amid the rubble in Afghanistan. By MARK BAKER SPECIAL TO


VETERANS

VETERANS Reappointed aide FORT GILLEM, Ga. -- William H. Willoughby Jr. of Cleveland was