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The observation that history repeats itself is illustrated by how events and circumstances have come full circle in the century since the Mahoning County Courthouse was built and opened..ÒWe owe a debt of gratitude and appreciation to the leaders, both in the public and private sectors, who, a century ago, demonstrated vision and resolve to complete this courthouse amid economic uncertainty,Ó said William Lawson, executive director of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society..Lawson was speaking at a Friday ceremony, during which hundreds of people gathered on all floors of the courthouse rotunda to mark the centennial of the March 6, 1911, opening of the building..

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The Vindicator ( Youngstown)

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The observation that history repeats itself is illustrated by how events and circumstances have come full circle in the century since the Mahoning County Courthouse was built and opened..ÒWe owe a debt of gratitude and appreciation to the leaders, both in the public and private sectors, who, a century ago, demonstrated vision and resolve to complete this courthouse amid economic uncertainty,Ó said William Lawson, executive director of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society..Lawson was speaking at a Friday ceremony, during which hundreds of people gathered on all floors of the courthouse rotunda to mark the centennial of the March 6, 1911, opening of the building..

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The Vindicator ( Youngstown)

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The observation that history repeats itself is illustrated by how events and circumstances have come full circle in the century since the Mahoning County Courthouse was built and opened..ÒWe owe a debt of gratitude and appreciation to the leaders, both in the public and private sectors, who, a century ago, demonstrated vision and resolve to complete this courthouse amid economic uncertainty,Ó said William Lawson, executive director of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society..Lawson was speaking at a Friday ceremony, during which hundreds of people gathered on all floors of the courthouse rotunda to mark the centennial of the March 6, 1911, opening of the building..

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The Vindicator ( Youngstown)

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The observation that history repeats itself is illustrated by how events and circumstances have come full circle in the century since the Mahoning County Courthouse was built and opened..ÒWe owe a debt of gratitude and appreciation to the leaders, both in the public and private sectors, who, a century ago, demonstrated vision and resolve to complete this courthouse amid economic uncertainty,Ó said William Lawson, executive director of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society..Lawson was speaking at a Friday ceremony, during which hundreds of people gathered on all floors of the courthouse rotunda to mark the centennial of the March 6, 1911, opening of the building..

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The Vindicator ( Youngstown)

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The observation that history repeats itself is illustrated by how events and circumstances have come full circle in the century since the Mahoning County Courthouse was built and opened..ÒWe owe a debt of gratitude and appreciation to the leaders, both in the public and private sectors, who, a century ago, demonstrated vision and resolve to complete this courthouse amid economic uncertainty,Ó said William Lawson, executive director of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society..Lawson was speaking at a Friday ceremony, during which hundreds of people gathered on all floors of the courthouse rotunda to mark the centennial of the March 6, 1911, opening of the building..

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

The Vindicator ( Youngstown)

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The observation that history repeats itself is illustrated by how events and circumstances have come full circle in the century since the Mahoning County Courthouse was built and opened..ÒWe owe a debt of gratitude and appreciation to the leaders, both in the public and private sectors, who, a century ago, demonstrated vision and resolve to complete this courthouse amid economic uncertainty,Ó said William Lawson, executive director of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society..Lawson was speaking at a Friday ceremony, during which hundreds of people gathered on all floors of the courthouse rotunda to mark the centennial of the March 6, 1911, opening of the building..

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The Vindicator ( Youngstown)

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The observation that history repeats itself is illustrated by how events and circumstances have come full circle in the century since the Mahoning County Courthouse was built and opened..ÒWe owe a debt of gratitude and appreciation to the leaders, both in the public and private sectors, who, a century ago, demonstrated vision and resolve to complete this courthouse amid economic uncertainty,Ó said William Lawson, executive director of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society..Lawson was speaking at a Friday ceremony, during which hundreds of people gathered on all floors of the courthouse rotunda to mark the centennial of the March 6, 1911, opening of the building..

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The Vindicator ( Youngstown)

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The observation that history repeats itself is illustrated by how events and circumstances have come full circle in the century since the Mahoning County Courthouse was built and opened..ÒWe owe a debt of gratitude and appreciation to the leaders, both in the public and private sectors, who, a century ago, demonstrated vision and resolve to complete this courthouse amid economic uncertainty,Ó said William Lawson, executive director of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society..Lawson was speaking at a Friday ceremony, during which hundreds of people gathered on all floors of the courthouse rotunda to mark the centennial of the March 6, 1911, opening of the building..

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The Vindicator ( Youngstown)

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The observation that history repeats itself is illustrated by how events and circumstances have come full circle in the century since the Mahoning County Courthouse was built and opened..ÒWe owe a debt of gratitude and appreciation to the leaders, both in the public and private sectors, who, a century ago, demonstrated vision and resolve to complete this courthouse amid economic uncertainty,Ó said William Lawson, executive director of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society..Lawson was speaking at a Friday ceremony, during which hundreds of people gathered on all floors of the courthouse rotunda to mark the centennial of the March 6, 1911, opening of the building..

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

The Vindicator ( Youngstown)

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The observation that history repeats itself is illustrated by how events and circumstances have come full circle in the century since the Mahoning County Courthouse was built and opened..ÒWe owe a debt of gratitude and appreciation to the leaders, both in the public and private sectors, who, a century ago, demonstrated vision and resolve to complete this courthouse amid economic uncertainty,Ó said William Lawson, executive director of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society..Lawson was speaking at a Friday ceremony, during which hundreds of people gathered on all floors of the courthouse rotunda to mark the centennial of the March 6, 1911, opening of the building..

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

The Vindicator ( Youngstown)

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The observation that history repeats itself is illustrated by how events and circumstances have come full circle in the century since the Mahoning County Courthouse was built and opened..ÒWe owe a debt of gratitude and appreciation to the leaders, both in the public and private sectors, who, a century ago, demonstrated vision and resolve to complete this courthouse amid economic uncertainty,Ó said William Lawson, executive director of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society..Lawson was speaking at a Friday ceremony, during which hundreds of people gathered on all floors of the courthouse rotunda to mark the centennial of the March 6, 1911, opening of the building..

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

The Vindicator ( Youngstown)

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The observation that history repeats itself is illustrated by how events and circumstances have come full circle in the century since the Mahoning County Courthouse was built and opened..ÒWe owe a debt of gratitude and appreciation to the leaders, both in the public and private sectors, who, a century ago, demonstrated vision and resolve to complete this courthouse amid economic uncertainty,Ó said William Lawson, executive director of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society..Lawson was speaking at a Friday ceremony, during which hundreds of people gathered on all floors of the courthouse rotunda to mark the centennial of the March 6, 1911, opening of the building..

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

The Vindicator ( Youngstown)

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The observation that history repeats itself is illustrated by how events and circumstances have come full circle in the century since the Mahoning County Courthouse was built and opened..ÒWe owe a debt of gratitude and appreciation to the leaders, both in the public and private sectors, who, a century ago, demonstrated vision and resolve to complete this courthouse amid economic uncertainty,Ó said William Lawson, executive director of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society..Lawson was speaking at a Friday ceremony, during which hundreds of people gathered on all floors of the courthouse rotunda to mark the centennial of the March 6, 1911, opening of the building..

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

The Vindicator ( Youngstown)

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The observation that history repeats itself is illustrated by how events and circumstances have come full circle in the century since the Mahoning County Courthouse was built and opened..ÒWe owe a debt of gratitude and appreciation to the leaders, both in the public and private sectors, who, a century ago, demonstrated vision and resolve to complete this courthouse amid economic uncertainty,Ó said William Lawson, executive director of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society..Lawson was speaking at a Friday ceremony, during which hundreds of people gathered on all floors of the courthouse rotunda to mark the centennial of the March 6, 1911, opening of the building..

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

The Vindicator ( Youngstown)

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The observation that history repeats itself is illustrated by how events and circumstances have come full circle in the century since the Mahoning County Courthouse was built and opened..ÒWe owe a debt of gratitude and appreciation to the leaders, both in the public and private sectors, who, a century ago, demonstrated vision and resolve to complete this courthouse amid economic uncertainty,Ó said William Lawson, executive director of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society..Lawson was speaking at a Friday ceremony, during which hundreds of people gathered on all floors of the courthouse rotunda to mark the centennial of the March 6, 1911, opening of the building..

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

The Vindicator ( Youngstown)

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The observation that history repeats itself is illustrated by how events and circumstances have come full circle in the century since the Mahoning County Courthouse was built and opened..ÒWe owe a debt of gratitude and appreciation to the leaders, both in the public and private sectors, who, a century ago, demonstrated vision and resolve to complete this courthouse amid economic uncertainty,Ó said William Lawson, executive director of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society..Lawson was speaking at a Friday ceremony, during which hundreds of people gathered on all floors of the courthouse rotunda to mark the centennial of the March 6, 1911, opening of the building..

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

The Vindicator ( Youngstown)

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The observation that history repeats itself is illustrated by how events and circumstances have come full circle in the century since the Mahoning County Courthouse was built and opened..ÒWe owe a debt of gratitude and appreciation to the leaders, both in the public and private sectors, who, a century ago, demonstrated vision and resolve to complete this courthouse amid economic uncertainty,Ó said William Lawson, executive director of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society..Lawson was speaking at a Friday ceremony, during which hundreds of people gathered on all floors of the courthouse rotunda to mark the centennial of the March 6, 1911, opening of the building..

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

The Vindicator ( Youngstown)

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The observation that history repeats itself is illustrated by how events and circumstances have come full circle in the century since the Mahoning County Courthouse was built and opened..ÒWe owe a debt of gratitude and appreciation to the leaders, both in the public and private sectors, who, a century ago, demonstrated vision and resolve to complete this courthouse amid economic uncertainty,Ó said William Lawson, executive director of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society..Lawson was speaking at a Friday ceremony, during which hundreds of people gathered on all floors of the courthouse rotunda to mark the centennial of the March 6, 1911, opening of the building..

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

The Vindicator ( Youngstown)

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The observation that history repeats itself is illustrated by how events and circumstances have come full circle in the century since the Mahoning County Courthouse was built and opened..ÒWe owe a debt of gratitude and appreciation to the leaders, both in the public and private sectors, who, a century ago, demonstrated vision and resolve to complete this courthouse amid economic uncertainty,Ó said William Lawson, executive director of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society..Lawson was speaking at a Friday ceremony, during which hundreds of people gathered on all floors of the courthouse rotunda to mark the centennial of the March 6, 1911, opening of the building..

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

The Vindicator ( Youngstown)

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The observation that history repeats itself is illustrated by how events and circumstances have come full circle in the century since the Mahoning County Courthouse was built and opened..ÒWe owe a debt of gratitude and appreciation to the leaders, both in the public and private sectors, who, a century ago, demonstrated vision and resolve to complete this courthouse amid economic uncertainty,Ó said William Lawson, executive director of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society..Lawson was speaking at a Friday ceremony, during which hundreds of people gathered on all floors of the courthouse rotunda to mark the centennial of the March 6, 1911, opening of the building..

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The Vindicator ( Youngstown)

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Melany Nobbs and Brian Suchora

Added: Wed, February 2, 2011

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Lance Gross and Kristie Culp

Added: Fri, July 30, 2010

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dice

Added: Sat, February 26, 2011

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Joe Schiavoni and Margaret Potts

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

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Ross L. Morrone and Stephanie R. Pridon

Added: Wed, February 24, 2010

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Nicole Henrich and Tod Lavanty

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

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Participating in an awards ceremony during a recent meeting of Argus Lodge 545 were, from left, John Martin, Greg Anstrom, Robert Chambers, Bill Britton, Carmen Pompeii and Richard Percic.

Added: Fri, February 25, 2011

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Michael Narducci and Mimi Karsh

Added: Sun, September 5, 2010

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Added: Sat, September 18, 2010

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Dan Houck and Meghan Witmer

Added: Sun, September 12, 2010

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Hailing from Poland are buddies Hannah Lavelle, left, Minhy Man and Christian Compton.

Added: Sun, September 13, 2009

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Tony and Jason Gonzalez of Hubbard take a break from playing with Kimmy, who has watched over them since they were babies.

Added: Mon, February 14, 2011

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Isabella LaMont, 2, daughter of Ronda and Keith LaMont of Lowellville, plays princess dress-up with her dog Gotti. Photo submitted by Cindy Perry of Lowellville.

Added: Tue, February 15, 2011

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Nihera Antelman, 15, plays with Rascall Flatts during a visit with her grandmother, Nancy Kausits of Youngstown, last August. She is the daughter of Barbara Kausits of Brighton, Mass. Her sister, Natiya, 18, took the picture, and her aunt, Autumn Kausits of Youngstown, submitted it.

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

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Nihera Antelman, 15, holds Rascal Flatts, and her brother Asael, 9, holds Saty Sue. They were visiting their grandmother, Nancy Kausits of Youngstown, last August when their sister Natiya, 18, took this picture. They are the children of Barbara Kausits of Brighton, Mass. Autumn Kausits of Youngstown, their aunt, submitted the photo.

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

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Veronica Cionni hangs out with Robby, a retired Boardman police dog who has been her best friend since she was born. She is the daughter of Brian and Krissie Cionni of Poland.

Added: Sun, July 5, 2009

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You know they're definitely going to get a colorful story out of this one! Here are Bam Bam and Fallon James, son of Ryan and Ashley James of Westlake, Ohio. Grandparents are Randy Horvath and Joanne James, both of North Jackson; and great-grandparents are Bob and Evelyn Horvath of Austintown and Tom and Marge Rochford of North Lima.

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

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5-year-old Yashar Antelman is playing with Rascal Flatts while visiting his grandmother, Nancy Kausits of Youngstown, last August. His sister Natiya, 18, took this picture, and his aunt, Autumn Kausits of Youngstown, submitted it. He is the son of Barbara Kausits of Brighton, Mass.

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

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Jimmy Putko, 19 months, loves hanging out or playing with Jack! He is the son of Jim and Casey Putko of Boardman.

Added: Sun, February 27, 2011

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AJ Holtzman, 2 1/2 years old, likes to take his dog Nino along for car rides. And Nino likes to ride on AJ's lap! His parents are Allen and Melinda Holtzman of Charlotte, N.C., formerly of Poland.

Added: Sun, February 13, 2011

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Hailing from Poland are buddies Hannah Lavelle, left, Minhy Man and Christian Compton.

Added: Sun, September 13, 2009

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Who says Dobermans are mean? This was taken 20 years ago by Betty Estes of Girard, whose two sons, Rick and Tony Estes, are getting kissed by their dog, Tara. Betty also submitted the photo.

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

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Eight-week-old Samuel James Jackson relaxes with the family dog, Moose. Parents are Sam and Lisa Jackson of Poland, who submitted the photo.

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

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Giving her kitty, Bella Butt my Darling, a little help with her smile is Grace Katherine, daughter of Bethany Paulin of New Middletown.

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

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Asael Antelman, 9-year-old son of Barbara Kausits of Brighton, Mass., was playing with Saty Sue when he and his family were visiting his grandmother, Nancy Kausits of Youngstown, last August. His sister Natiya, 18, took this picture, and his aunt, Autumn Kausits of Youngstown, submitted it.

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

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Jimmy Putko, 19 months, loves hanging out or playing with Jack! He is the son of Jim and Casey Putko of Boardman.

Added: Sun, February 27, 2011

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Tony and Jason Gonzalez of Hubbard take a break from playing with Kimmy, who has watched over them since they were babies.

Added: Mon, February 14, 2011

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Grace Katherine, daughter of Bethany Paulin of New Middletown, proudly shows off her bunny, Alice.

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

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Asael Antelman, 9-year-old son of Barbara Kausits of Brighton, Mass., was playing with Babe when his sister Natiya, 18, took this picture. He and his family were visiting his grandmother, Nancy Kausits of Youngstown, last August. Autumn Kausits of Youngstown, his aunt, submitted the photo.

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

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Jimmy Putko, 19 months, loves hanging out or playing with Jack! He is the son of Jim and Casey Putko of Boardman.

Added: Sun, February 27, 2011

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Best friends often share clothes, right? Here are best friends Madalyn Trell, 9, and Reggie Trell, who is 1. Photo sent in by Mike Trell.

Added: Sat, October 30, 2010

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The Antelman siblings, Nihera, 15, Asael, 9, and Yashar, 5, are showering lots of attention on Rascal Flatts. Their sister Natiya, 18, took this picture while their family was visiting their grandmother, Nancy Kausits of Youngstown, last August. Autumn Kausits of Youngstown, their aunt, submitted the photo.

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

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Nuhal Antelman,11-year-old son of Barbara Kausits of Brighton, Mass., was playing with Rascal Flatts when his sister Natiya, 18, took this picture. He and his family were visiting his grandmother, Nancy Kausits of Youngstown, last August. Autumn Kausits of Youngstown, his aunt, submitted the photo.

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

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5-year-old Yashar Antelman is playing with Rascal Flatts while visiting his grandmother, Nancy Kausits of Youngstown, last August. His sister Natiya, 18, took this picture, and his aunt, Autumn Kausits of Youngstown, submitted it. He is the son of Barbara Kausits of Brighton, Mass.

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

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Jimmy Putko, 19 months, loves hanging out or playing with Jack! He is the son of Jim and Casey Putko of Boardman.

Added: Sun, February 27, 2011

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It looks like Zackary Hull, 4, of Poland and Jobe are about to take a cat nap!

Added: Mon, February 14, 2011

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Jimmy Lipjanic, 3, became immediate best friends with Diesel, his pet rescue dog from Animal Charity. Here they are, riding home to Boardman. Jimmy's parents are Jim and Candace Lipjanic, and Candace sent in the photo.

Added: Sat, February 5, 2011

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Elaine Eickhoff of Youngstown submitted this photo.

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

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Dhani Romack and her best friend, Bella, get ready to take a nap. They're both from Youngstown.

Added: Sun, January 2, 2011

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AJ Holtzman, 2 1/2 years old, likes to take his dog Nino along for car rides. And Nino likes to ride on AJ's lap! His parents are Allen and Melinda Holtzman of Charlotte, N.C., formerly of Poland.

Added: Sun, February 13, 2011

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Jacob Turk of Hermitage, Pa., plays with Hershey, a 2-year-old Chocolate Labrador at Linden Point. Hershey loves to catch the snowballs that Jacob throws for her. Hershey is owned by Emilia Clune of Hermitage, who sent in the photo.

Added: Wed, December 15, 2010

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Michalea and Bella Roberts of Bowie, Md., enjoy some summer weather while relaxing in the pool. They are the granddaughter and "granddog" of Thomas and Joanne Roberts of Canfield.

Added: Sat, June 19, 2010

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Brelyn Bower of Austintown relaxes with her dog Trinity. They're both 5 1/2 years old. Brelyn is the daughter of Brandon and Jackie Bower, who sent in the photo.

Added: Wed, February 9, 2011

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Sierra Banks, 13, of Columbus, Ohio, shows nothing but love for Koda, his Labrador. Photo taken and submitted by Sierra's grandma, Lenore Banks of Boardman.

Added: Sat, February 12, 2011

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It looks like Nuhal Antelman, 11, is trying to get Rascal Flatts to jump through hoops, doesn't it? He is the son of Barbara Kausits of Brighton, Mass. He and his family were visiting his grandmother, Nancy Kausits of Youngstown, last August. His sister Natiya, 18, took the picture, and his aunt, Autumn Kausits of Youngstown, submitted it.

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

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Do you think they see eye-to-eye on a lot of things? Samuel Pacora, son of Sam and Sherri Pacora of Girard, enjoys some unseasonably warm weather with Mel while visiting Jackie Cannatti in Poland, who is Samuel's aunt.

Added: Thu, February 17, 2011

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Karen Hum sent in this photo of her niece Jayli Wilt. She had told Jayli while they were outside playing in the snow not to throw the snowballs at her because Karen had her camera. With two huge snowballs in her hands, Jayli then turned her attention to Karen's dog, Lucy.

Added: Tue, February 22, 2011

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Michalea and Bella Roberts of Bowie, Md., share a sweet moment. They are the granddaughter and "granddog" of Thomas and Joanne Roberts of Canfield.

Added: Sat, November 27, 2010

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Alexa Marco, 13, relaxes on the floor with her Australian Shepherd, Angus. They live in Boardman. Photo taken and submitted by Alexa's mom, Paula.

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

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Samuel Pacora, son of Sam and Sherri Pacora of Girard, has a seat with Jazz while visiting his Jackie Cannatti in Poland, who is Samuel's aunt.

Added: Fri, February 25, 2011

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Justin Bish, 3 1/2 years old, is trying to get his new puppy, Sparky, to face the camera so his grandma, Pam Filo of Hubbard, can snap the picture.

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

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Gina Lariccia of Poland sent in this photo of her two greyhounds who were waiting for a warmer day to come along so they could go outside.

Added: Tue, January 11, 2011

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Lynnette Holland of Girard submitted this photo of her goldendoodle Jaxon, who is sharing his pool with his cousin Marissa Wilson.

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

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Gordon Sonntog of East Liverpool is playing with Sadie, who belongs to his gandparents, Randall and Debra Sonntog of Wellsville. Gordon is 3 years old, and Sadie was 3 months old.

Added: Thu, October 21, 2010

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Finn O'Hara of Hubbard plays with Scout, a Labrador puppy.

Added: Fri, July 2, 2010

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Finn O'Hara of Hubbard plays with Scout, a Labrador puppy.

Added: Fri, July 2, 2010

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Jaxon, a goldendoodle who belongs to Lynnette Holland of Girard, doesn't think he's too big to be a lap dog as he relaxes with his cousin Marissa Wilson. Photo submitted by Lynnette Holland.

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

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It looks as if Finn O'Hara of Hubbard and Scout, a Labrador puppy, are sharing a joke while they play.

Added: Fri, March 4, 2011

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Mary Rose Nordquist sent this picture of her grandson, A.J. Maloney, with his dog, (her "grandpuppy") Wembley, an English bulldog. A.J. was 18 months old when the photo was snapped by his mom, Jenn Maloney of Boardman.

Added: Tue, October 12, 2010

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