SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR
The Trumbull Senior Production Company recently presented Elaina Timko of LaBrae High School with a $1,000 scholarship to the Dana School of Music for her studies to become a music teacher. Those presenting the award, from left, are Carol Bovee, vice president; Jean Bolinger, treasurer; Jason Burgermyer, president; Timko; Jeannie Trask, board member; and Leslie Wilkinson, member. To qualify for the scholarship, applicants are required to graduate from a Trumbull County high school with plans to major in some phase of the performing arts.
Added: Tue, June 25, 2013
Nick Braydich of Mooney chips out of the sand trap and onto the green on the 18th hole at the Greatest Golfer of the Valley junior qualifier at Salem Golf Club.
Matthew Popovich tees off on the 18th hole at the Salem Golf Club Monday afternoon.
Bailey Hardick of Canfield chips out of trouble and onto the green on the 18th hole at Salem Golf Club.
Kerra Loomis of Canfield watches her ball lip out of the hole on the 18th green at Salem Golf Club.
Nick Braydich of Mooney chips out of the sand trap and onto the green on the 18th hole at Monday’s Greatest Golfer of the Valley junior qualifier at Salem Golf Club.
Sue Engler, left, of Braceville is helped by her granddaughter, Hannah Engler, a student at LaBrae High School, with Warren Emmanuel Lutheran Church’s produce distribution. Engler and her husband, Randall, organize the church’s distribution programs.
Traders gather at the post of specialist Patrick Murphy, right, on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange
on Monday. Traders in the U.S. dumped stocks, bonds and commodities, prompted by signs of distress in
China’s economy and worries about the end of the Federal Reserve Bank’s easy-money policies.
Jose Perez, 6, doesn’t appear to mind holding this alligator at the presentation.
A 12-foot Burmese python gets the full attention of, from left, Hannah Harris, 12; Naiden Maynard, 8; and Kyleigh Kiester, 7, during an animal presentation by Jungle Terry. Terry, whose real name is Terry Sullivan, showed off the reptile Monday at the East Side public library on Jacobs Road.
An Ohio Edison worker checks out a terminator on West Federal Street after an outage caused blackouts Monday in downtown Youngstown. The business most affected was The Vindicator. The newspaper’s production building was without power from 7 a.m. to nearly 5 p.m.
Syied Bowers, 13, an eighth-grader in Chaney’s STEM program, was able to blow a bubble onto a piece of construction paper that lasted long enough to leave a mark. He was then able to measure its circumference. Twenty-six sixth- through eighth-graders signed up for the program this week at YSU, after 26 others participated last week.
Penelope the 300-pound potbellied pig was found in a ground-floor room of Hotel 30 on Motor Inn Drive when
Liberty police checked a tip that a wanted man was staying there.
Scrappers baserunner Martin Cervenka, right, tries to avoid the tag of Doubledays infielder Cody Dent after being caught in a rundown in the fourth inning of Monday’s game. Cervenka was eventually tagged out.
Boardman Township trustee Brad Calhoun gets a close look at the front entrance of the Terrace Motel, an eyesore on Market Street in the township that is finally coming down in July.