Lowellville High girls basketball coach Tony Matisi has won six district titles over the past decade but — thanks to a mixture of bad luck and good opposition — he has never made it to Columbus for the state tournament. He might have his best chance this year.
Pat Conte (71) of the Youngstown Phantoms prepares to shoot past Indiana Ice defenseman Matthew
Krug (6) during the first period of Wednesday’s USHL game at the Covelli Centre. The Phantoms defeated
the Ice in a fight-fraught contest, 6-3.
One-year-old Eli Clayman-Smith, held by his father, Matt Smith, is in the spirit of a “super” Purim on Wednesday night at Temple El Emeth in Liberty. The holiday, complete with costumes and funny hats, was celebrated with a reading from the Book of Esther on how the Jews in Persia defeated the evil Haman. Participants sounded “groggers” to boo the name of Haman when it was mentioned.
"WHILE WE DO NOT YET KNOW WHICH OF OUR SERVICE MEMBERS WILL BE AFFECTED BY THE PROPOSED
MANNING CHANGES, THE 910TH IS DEDICATED TO ASSISTING OUR ASSIGNED CITIZEN AIRMEN AND THEIR FAMILIES.” -- Col. Reinhard Schmidt, 910th commander
Mike Christoff is one of 71 workers at TMK-IPSCO in Brookfi eld. The company threads pipe for use in the natural gas and oil drilling
industry. TMK-IPSCO plans to expand its work force to 120 to meet growing demand for the steel pipes.
As one of its literacy projects, the Struthers Rotary distributes more than 300 new dictionaries to all fourth-grade students in Struthers, Campbell and Lowellville. The project was created to provide students with an essential tool for their homework and schoolwork. Fourth-grade students in Campbell are shown with their new dictionaries, along with teacher Annette Tovarnak, center; and Rotarians, from left, Mike Evanson, Tom Baringer and Anthony Quahliero.
Added: Tue, February 14, 2012
Seven cub scouts from Webelo 2, Den 5, The Blue Wolves Den, recently participated in a crossover ceremony at the annual Blue and Gold Banquet for Cub Scout Pack 9022 at Calvary Baptist Church in Boardman. The boys who crossed over into the Boy Scout Troop are, left to right, front row, Juan Gomez, Justin Long, Anson Hankey, Alex Mazon and David Santangelo. In the back row are Michael Gombas and Den Leader Dave Santangelo, Absent is Zach Eckert. Zach, Juan, Anson, Justin, Alex and David received their Arrow of Light Award, the highest award that a Cub Scout can earn, and they also earned the “Super Achiever” award.