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HISTORY LESSON: Sept. 1901 – An Ohio president dies in office

By Bob Leith The Ironton Tribune Between 1861 and 1901, the White House seemed to belong to the Republican Party and former Civil War veterans. ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Guest Columnist.

Bare releases box set compiling works with Silverstein

NASHVILLE — The holiday season is approaching and there is now a major release available for fans of Bobby Bare, compiling one of the most ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Heath Harrison.

The region had a number of World War I ace pilots

Soon you will be able to see some of artifacts collection concerning Ironton’s WWI ace, Capt. Bill Lambert. The plan of the museum committee is ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Guest Columnist.

Long day in the animal clinic emergency room

I got caught by a stoplight so I was parking as my shift began Sunday morning. I was in the building by 8:02 a.m. The ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Guest Columnist.

Answering questions about Ohio’s absentee ballots

Dear Readers: I have received several questions about absentee ballots and the upcoming election. Instead of writing this as a typical column, I have put ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Guest Columnist.

Pivotal moments in history

History records for us many moments where the tides have turned, where ideologies converged and where decisions were made that shaped futures for generations. My ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Guest Columnist.

Stymied by a strike, getting to the moon needs funding

I noticed the passing of Fred Sammons, who was the son of Forest Sammons. This reminded me of a story about his father, who was ... Read more

1 month ago by Guest Columnist.

Closing the churches is wrong

The clouds overhead seemed to breed concern and angst. The rumors swirled through every vein of the state, the threats were real now. The man ... Read more

1 month ago by Guest Columnist.

Stories to brighten up the school day

School is going back in session for another academic year. I would like to dedicate this article to all of the hard-working teachers, principals, custodians ... Read more

1 month ago by Guest Columnist.

Deciding when it is time for euthanasia is tough

COVID-19 has changed many things.  Businesses, like restaurants and gyms, may be going out of business, unless they have embraced a new component of service ... Read more

1 month ago by Guest Columnist.

Tyler Childers takes serious turn in ‘Long Violent History’

Tyler Childers made a surprise drop of his new album, “Long Violent History,” on Sept. 18. His album is a serious departure of Childers, known ... Read more

1 month ago by Mark Shaffer.

Bankruptcy may be only way out of debt

Dear Lawyer Mark: Me and my girlfriend live together with our daughter, and are worried about the bills we’ve been getting. We were barely making ... Read more

1 month ago by Guest Columnist.

Render the Hearts to perform at Ironton aLive’s Tuesday Night Concert

Render the Hearts will be on stage at 6:30 p.m. for the Tuesday Night Concert Series in downtown Ironton. It is a free outdoor, family-friendly ... Read more

1 month ago by Staff Reports.

MJ Wixsom: Cats are complex creatures

I have been working with a new software to create new exam room videos. While I think the animation adds something to it, this is ... Read more

1 month ago by Guest Columnist.

Tim Throckmorton: By 13, your worldview is established

In 1791, Dr. Benjamin Rush, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence wrote a lengthy piece providing a dozen or so reasons why ... Read more

1 month ago by Guest Columnist.

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