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Struthers High School graduates Kalea Hall, left, and Emmalee Torisk, reporters for The Vindicator, were guest speakers at the Jan. 21 meeting of the Struthers Rotary Club. Rotarian Tom Baringer is on the right.
Added: Sun, January 19, 2014
The Cavaliers’ Luol Deng, left, drives around the Pelicans’ Al-Farouq Aminu during the first quarter of their
NBA game, Tuesday at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland. Cleveland fell to New Orleans, 100-89. Deng, who
has been slowed by an injured Achillies, scored only six points.
Jason Kokrak watches the flight of his golf ball off the first tee during Round 3 of the Sony Open in Honolulu. In the midst of his third full year on the PGA tour, Kokrak, a Warren JFK grad, has developed a comfort level both on and off the course that he feels will help lead him to his first Tour win.
Youngstown State University president Randy J. Dunn talks about the significance of the university’s new Center for Innovation in Additive Manufacturing, which was unveiled Tuesday in Moser Hall.
President Barack Obama delivers the State of the Union address in the House chamber Tuesday.
Hemp chef Derek Cross helps harvest hemp during the first known harvest of the plant in more than 60 years in Springfield, Colo. The federal farm-bill agreement reached Monday reverses decades of prohibition for hemp cultivation. Instead of requiring approval from federal drug authorities to cultivate the plant, the 10 states that have authorized hemp would be allowed to grow it in pilot projects or at colleges and universities for research.
Carmen George makes sure to dress in layers when she delivers mail in Boardman during extremely cold weather.
Seattle running backs coach Sherman Smith, center, talks with Seahawks backup quarterback Tarvaris Jackson (7) and fullback Michael Robinson (26). Before he was a coach with his second Super Bowl team … before he spent eight years as an NFL player … before he won three Mid-American Conference titles as Miami’s (Ohio) first black quarterback, Smith was a Youngstown teen who couldn’t see past the city limits.
Bob Richardson, center, works with Sgt. Don Coppola of the Lowellville Police Department, left, and patrolman Patrick Campbell of the Struthers Police Department during an eight-hour law enforcement training session at Lowellville City Hall on Tuesday. Richardson, a law enforcement training officer with the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy, was one of two instructors at the session, which was intended to help officers more safely and efficiently conduct building searches.