Tribune Editorials

Working together for others

For many, the next meal can sometimes be a relative unknown. However, organizations like Harvest for the Hungry food pantry have been working to help ... Read more

Threats are no laughing matter

One of the most gut-wrenching things that a parent can go through is learning of a potential threat to the school their child is attending. ... Read more

All must work toward ‘dream’

In a time when our nation seems to be in some type of turmoil at every turn, it is time to heed the words of ... Read more

How life can change in seconds

A career in journalism is anything but routine. No two days are ever the same and anything could happen. Journalists have to be prepared to ... Read more

Tribune Columnists

Don’t give up on your dreams

If you’ve ever cursed the name Will Shortz, you were probably working on one of his ridiculously difficult crossword puzzles in the Sunday edition of ... Read more

Lower ticket prices could help

What signifies the end of summer for you? While the official end of the summer season is not until Sept. 23, for many, summer ends ... Read more

Plant flowers, not grass, on medians

Thousands of people can be found traveling along U.S. 52 each day through Lawrence County for a variety of reasons. It could be heading to ... Read more

Meanness is a waste of time

Why do some people go out of their way to try and make someone else’s day worse? An unknown person tried to do this to ... Read more

Editorial Cartoon

Letters to the Editor

Cats should be treated same as dogs

I have been reading about the problem of housing cats. As the problem is there is no money for cats, my suggestion is a license ... Read more

Tax volunteers serve community

U.S. taxpayers have filed more than 145 million federal individual income tax returns in 2015. Thanks to supporters of the Internal Revenue Service’s Volunteer Income ... Read more

America must turn to the truth — God

Good politicians are dishonest. Good politicians say little about themselves while spreading wide generalities and slanderous vitriol about their political enemies. Ask any good Tea ... Read more

Ironton In Bloom needs your support

I have had to stick close to home since my husband’s slow recovery from surgery in December and have not been able to be an ... Read more

Opinion Columnists

Roller coaster market not scary

After the wild stock market downs and ups last week, I crawled out from under my ... Read more

Church gives to community

Central Christian Church of Ironton was organized on Nov. 11, 1867, when several people came together ... Read more