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Youth should be praised

Each year, especially during the holiday season, organizations throughout the region have various fundraisers along with food, clothing and toy drives among others to help ... Read more

Simple tips can keep one healthy

The Ohio Department of Health on Tuesday officially confirmed the first flu-related pediatric death came from southern Ohio. Unfortunately, that death, a 15-year-old girl, was ... Read more

Museum promotes history

For many, history provides an outlet to see our beginnings. That was the case recently when students from throughout Lawrence County were able to pen ... Read more

Find out why bills not paid

At the beginning of the month, Lawrence County commissioners got a rude awakening when they learned the county owes medical bills to St. Mary’s Medical ... Read more

Tribune Columnists

Keeping tabs on Santa

As we approach Christmas Day in less than two weeks, many are in full shopping mode looking for just the right present for their friends ... Read more

Eatery offers glimpse of home

On my first day in 10th grade biology, my classmates and I were introduced to a new teacher, Mr. Smith. Mr. Smith was from Buffalo, ... Read more

Making holidays brighter

While the lingering effects of Thanksgiving turkey and dressing followed by leftovers can undoubtedly leave us feeling sluggish, we quickly made the annual turnaround into ... Read more

Maybe I’m a tad bit Grinch

Is it possible to dread the holidays just as much as you love them? I’d say I’m running right around the 50/50 mark of both ... Read more

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Volunteers needed for projects

During this holiday season, while we are all in such a hurry to find the perfect gift, run all our errands and make the perfect ... Read more

Feeding birds is a joy

Approximately 54 million people in the U.S. feed wild birds, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Feeding the birds is now the second-most ... Read more

Celebrate small businesses all year long

If you were downtown this past Saturday, you likely saw quite the bustle of activity along the streets. Ironton aLive organized its second Small Business ... Read more

Community support makes difference

The Women of the Moose recently had a spaghetti dinner to raise money for the children we sponsor at Christmas. We would like to thank ... Read more

Opinion Columnists

Police system broken

Remember Kelly Thomas? Didn’t think so, but it’s understandable. Thomas was an unarmed mentally ill homeless ... Read more

Total control not too great

The number of Americans who choose to live alone continues to grow. So finds a recent ... Read more