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Dems need to channel Gov. Rhodes

Wow, big Bert actually still thinks "Fitz" has a chance? I forgot, this is the Mahoning Valley...lol.

September 10, 2014 at 11:07 a.m. suggest removal

Tide is turning in Ohio on marriage equality, proponents say

When two men or two women can produce an offspring by themselves, naturally and without scientific intervention, I will support their right to marry each other. Until then, it's Satin's way of corrupting our society. And his plan is working pretty well currently.

There is my challenge, gays. Produce an offspring between the two of you, naturally, the same way you got on this earth. Until then, go away and leave the rest of us normal people ALONE!

June 18, 2014 at 12:30 a.m. suggest removal

Settlement calls for Lyndsey Hughes to receive $72,000

Only in Youngstown. Only if you work in the government. Isn't it crazy how quickly people are to settle ridiculous lawsuits WHEN IT'S NOT THEIR MONEY!!

Youngstown, what a JOKE!

Kitchen will probably be appointed Mayor after McNally becomes a convicted Felon!

You get the government you deserve.

June 14, 2014 at 7:45 p.m. suggest removal

'Significant announcement' coming from University of Akron

Looks like Attis got it all wrong! Welcome home Jim, your back where you belong. YSU will look back on this day as a day that changed the University. For the better. I just hope everyone's expectations are as high as mine are. I know Trussell lead us into Division I football. He's no slouch with academics either folks.

May 8, 2014 at 8:49 p.m. suggest removal

Sebring board will buy out school superintendent's contract

Only in public education, funded by taxpayers, could such a sweet buyout occur. Wow! When are the taxpayers of Ohio finally going to rise up and say:

"ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! Enough of these sweet taxpayer funded public pension systems and taxpayer buyouts for fired or retired government workers. We can't afford it. No more accumulated sick days or vacation days. Use it or lose it each year. No more public funded pensions, no hundred thousand dollar buyouts for fired employees, no more double dipping in government by "retired and rehired employees."

I hope I live long enough to see these reforms in our government. I'm 41 and doubt I will, but maybe my grandchildren will. We all know it's just a matter of time. Our government is bankrupt.

However, in the meantime, we taxpayers continue to fund these outlandish employee contracts and it is absolutely breaking the taxpayers back as well as creating animosity towards those who receive this legalized fraud.

April 7, 2014 at 9:48 p.m. suggest removal

Dunn out at YSU March 21, with no further pay

I find it quite insulting that Dunn was more than willing to give a reporter from Southern Illinois's local newspaper an interview about what he wanted to happen at last night's trustee's meeting on Monday, March 4th, while our local press and TV had no information as to what was going to transpire at the meeting; just speculation. According to the newspaper in Carbendale, Illinois, Dunn's wife is busy house shopping this week. Apparently, no Presidential home is part of his new contract. He may have to make a house payment like everyone else. What a joke and a sneaky guy he is. He said to their paper he will read a couple memo's at his final trustee meeting before leaving for southern Illinois.

Also, it was reported their was apparently a conflict of interest situation going on between a trustee and one of her children as far as getting a job at SIU involving Dunn 3 years ago. The trustee involved supported his recent hire at the school. What a dirty taxpayer sucking scum he is. The research committee YSU paid $90,000 for did a GREAT job.

March 6, 2014 at 8:33 p.m. suggest removal

Dunn out at YSU March 21, with no further pay

Finally, the trustee's bought a clue. Better late than never.

March 6, 2014 at 9:57 a.m. suggest removal

Dunn could leave YSU by March 31; Provost Khawaja likely interim president

Dunn should agree to leave with no further pay. It's the least he could do to demonstrate some type, any type of respect for the institution. Clearly his mind an efforts are elsewhere.

March 3, 2014 at 8:31 a.m. suggest removal

YSU president can’t expect a fond farewell when he leaves

Boy, I thought the YSU Trustees were ignorant but I didn't realize they were flat out brainless.

First, the get scooped on their President's possible new job by the college newspaper in Illinois. They had no clue.

Then, they come out and praise this idiot as if he was slain on the job like President Kennedy who was murdered serving the USA.

Next, the Trustees gleefully agree to let him serve another six months, to leave on his terms, when he wants to, and pay his salary, as if he's truly earned a dime. He probably has boxes that haven't been unpacked yet.

Only in our public funded corrupt college system, designed and controlled by liberal figures from the top on down, could such an ending be scripted.

Surely the Trustee's will want to have the university pay for a fond farewell parade, right down Wick Avenue to the Southern Park Mall, to honor such a great liberal. A liberal who made it to the top of the ladder with our tax dollars, laughing all the way to the bank.

Does anyone at YSU have the common sense to do the right thing today, and lock the door to his office and send him be to where he came from immediately.

To ice the cake, the Trustees announced another tuition increase the day after the meeting. I'm sure it's needed to cover the losses this crook racked up in less than a year. What a sad joke.

February 24, 2014 at 6:38 p.m. suggest removal



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