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  1. West Virginia plans more work for US 30Read the original story

    2 hrs ago | Morning Journal

    CHESTER, W.Va.-Fresh from the resurfacing of the U.S. Route 30 hill in Chester, the state of West Virginia is planning more roadwork for the busy highway in the spring. The unbonded concrete overlay project will result in a new surface from the West Virginia abutment of the Jennings Randolph Bridge to where the new pavement starts, said District 6 Construction Engineer Joe Juszczak of the West Virginia Division of Highways.

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  2. Salem bypass gets TID's attentionRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Morning Journal

    A new Columbiana County organization created to help with local road projects will assist the state with a proposed major upgrade of the Salem bypass. The county Transportation Improvement District board voted at Thursday's meeting to provide $25,000 to serve as a local match so the Ohio Department of Transportation can seek a $250,000 federal planning grant for the project.

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  3. EP Seniors group recruiting new membersRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Morning Journal

    Lila Darr, who turns 90 years old in April, has been a member of the original East Palestine Senior Citizens group since she moved to the village 13 years ago, and she is hoping more people will join and come to enjoy the group as much as she has. Darr was visiting the Pennsylvania YMCA with her children earlier in 2003 when she came across Mim Archibald who needed a ride home to East Palestine after accidentally locking herself out of her car at the Y. Recalling that day with a chuckle, Darr said Archibald told her about the group on their ride home.

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  4. Dog deemed part of man's estateRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Morning Journal

    A Madison Township man finally got his wish five months following his death after a local judge ruled the custody of his dog belongs to the man's estate, clearing the way for the pet to live with his son's family. The unusual ruling was issued this week by Columbiana County Common Pleas Court Judge C. Ashley Pike in the case of the late Marcus Morlan, who filed a lawsuit before he died earlier this year seeking a court order declaring that he, and not Shane B. Bogle, was the sole owner of Ker Plunk.

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  5. lisbon-parade-1-patRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Morning Journal

    CHESTER, W.Va.-The funding picture for a project to extend sanitary sewer service to U.S. Route 30 in northern ... NEW CUMBERLAND, W.Va.

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  6. No injuries after bus veers into ditchRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Morning Journal

    Some Beaver Local Elementary students had a momentary delay to their start Friday morning following a bus accident that took place just as the route was about to begin. St. Clair Township police were called around 7:55 a.m. to an accident on East Liverpool Road, about 500 feet west of Annesley Road.

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  7. EP must decide on plan to fix storm water issueRead the original story

    Yesterday | Morning Journal

    Councilman Brett Todd reported on a recent meeting between village and Ohio Environmental Protection Agency officials to discuss what the village intends to do about the problem of groundwater and storm water getting into the sanitary sewer system. When the system is unable to process the additional wastewater it can lead to backflow problems in basements and overflow issues at the wastewater treatment plant.

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  8. Grand JuryRead the original story

    Thursday | Morning Journal

    A secret indict-ment issued by the county grand jury was served on Wayne D. Fryer, 58, of Chester, W.Va.

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  9. Man ends up in river, officer nearly follows with cruiserRead the original story

    Monday Nov 28 | Morning Journal

    An Industry, Pa. man ended up in the Ohio River early Sunday morning after leading a city police officer on a pursuit into West Virginia, where the officer also nearly landed in the water.

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  10. Lois McCordRead the original story

    Friday Nov 25 | Morning Journal

    Lois A. McCord, 87, passed away at 7:48 AM Thursday at the Vista Center on her favorite holiday, Thanksgiving. She was born June 19, 1929 in Chester, WV, a daughter of the late Acey E. and Edna B. Marshall.

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  11. PoliceRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 8 | Morning Journal

    Morning Journal/Stephen Huba A Lawrenceville firefighter looks at the aftermath of a two-vehicle crash on U.S. Route 30 late Tuesday afternoon. The two male drivers were trapped and had to be extricated, were unavailable.

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  12. Joan HissomRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 3 | Morning Journal

    Joan Frances Hissom, 88, of Richardson Avenue, died at 9:16 a.m. Thursday at Stone Pear Pavilion in Chester, W.Va. The daughter of the late Eugene and Edna Marsden McDermott, She was born in Patterson, N.J. on June 30, 1928, and was raised by Lydia Dempsey following the death of her mother when she was 6 months old.

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  13. The night shiftRead the original story

    Oct 19, 2016 | Morning Journal

    Rusty Toraz and Tucker Williams of K & S Millwrights of Beloit do some modifications to the new grain transport tubes on the silos at Agland Co-op in Lisbon. The welders were working on explosion panels on the silos.

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  14. Vet receives diploma from Salem HighRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2016 | Morning Journal

    With a handshake and congratulations from Salem school board members Monday night, Salem resident and Vietnam veteran George R. Brown experienced a rite of passage he missed during his youth -his high school graduation. The retiree left in 1972 in what would have been his junior year at Salem High School and joined the U.S. Navy, giving eight years service to his country, including during the Vietnam War.

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  15. OD - Sclaims another person in SalemRead the original story

    Oct 17, 2016 | Morning Journal

    City police investigated another death from a suspected drug overdose over the weekend, leading Chief J.T. Panezott to make a plea for addicts to drop off their drugs at the station, no questions asked. "I wish the message was as simple as 'don't do it.'

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  16. Stolen Jeep parts found at Glenmoor rental homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 5, 2016 | Morning Journal

    Police officers from St. Clair and Liverpool townships converged on an Annesley Road rental home Wednesday, retrieving auto parts they said were reported stolen by a Howland resident. Patrolman Jim Briggs said he received a call from Howland Police Department about a Jeep Wrangler stolen in that jurisdiction Sept.

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  17. Woman mending after dog attackRead the original story

    Sep 27, 2016 | Morning Journal

    A Chester woman is recovering at home after being attacked by a dog while trying to deliver a care package last week. Joann Lang suffered serious injuries to her face last Wednesday as a result of the attack, requiring 50 stitches to her lip and reconstructive surgery to her nose.

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  18. Woman mending after dog attackRead the original story

    Sep 26, 2016 | Morning Journal

    A Chester woman is recovering at home after being attacked by a dog while trying to deliver a care package last week. Joann Lang suffered serious injuries to her face last Wednesday as a result of the attack, requiring 50 stitches to her lip and reconstructive surgery to her nose.

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  19. Grace HoffmanRead the original story

    Sep 22, 2016 | Morning Journal

    She was born May 4, 1926 in Chester, W.Va., the daughter of the late William and Mary Eichler Smith. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ralph "Pete" Hoffman; four sisters, Dorothy Wingett, Hazel Snyder, Mary Green and Sue Watson; a brother, Edwin Smith; and a half sister, Pauline Ward.

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  20. James PerlRead the original story

    Aug 16, 2016 | Morning Journal

    Survivors include five daughters, Marissa Wilson of Hopewell, Pa., Kayla Martinez, and Ashley, Bethany and Jaymee Perl all of Mechanicsville, Va.; sisters, Ladawna Poe of East Liverpool and Nikki Sheffield of Chillicothe; and four grandchildren.

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