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W.Va. lawmakers ranked on annual bipartisanship scale | News, Sports, Jobs

CHARLESTON — Which West Virginia legislators rank highest on the bipartisanship scale? The nonpartisan Lugar Center — founded by the former US Sen. Richard Lugar — and the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University released their annual Bipartisan Index Rankings last week for the first session of 117th Congress, covering 2020 and 2021.… Read More »

Rally cheers 4,000-job Navy project for Lordstown, Lorain | News, Sports, Jobs

KRISTIN BAUER/ CHRONICLE Lordstown Mayor Arno Hill speaks during a labor rally for Bartlett Maritime held at Black River Landing on Monday morning, May 2. LORAIN — A potential submarine dry dock project in Lorain and Lordstown received support from Ohio’s trade unions at a Monday rally. The AFL-CIO, joined by Lorain Mayor Jack Bradley,… Read More »

NEMCSA’s Homeless Response Team earns statewide honor | News, Sports, Jobs

News Photo by Julie Riddle From left, Ashley Gagnon, Victoria Purvis, Ashley Smart, Simone Latuszek, and Jaime Gabriel, members of the Northeast Michigan Community Service Agency Homeless Response Team, get silly with donated supplies at the agency’s Kindness Closet on Thursday. ALPENA — Fighting homelessness in Northeast Michigan takes determination, empathy, and colleagues as close… Read More »

Hinson visits Tama, discusses Iowa Premium plant | News, Sports, Jobs

US Rep. Ashley Hinson (R-Iowa) visited the Iowa Premium plant on April 21, and although media was not allowed inside the building for this visit, Hinson dropped by the offices of the Tama-Toledo News Chronicle to talk about her visit and stake her claim as to why she deserves to be reelected in November. “We… Read More »

Four months after tornado, Kentucky focuses on rebuilding | News, Sports, Jobs

AP Photo/Mark Humphrey Debris is removed from damaged buildings in a Dec. 10 tornado on April 21, in Dawson Springs, Tenn. MAYFIELD, Ky. (AP) — Sundays at the Bullock home in rural Kentucky were filled with lasting memories: big family dinners, cornhole, basketball and karaoke. Those gatherings ended the night of Dec. 10, when a… Read More »

Fundraising flowers have been blooming for 65 years

Now in its 65th year, MOTH flower fundraising continues to thrive. Bright flower bouquets and colorful arrangements welcome visitors to Stellawood Cemetery where MOTHs are stationed inside the gates. Money raised from flower sales is used to keep MOTH country cottages thriving with seasonal sales that flow throughout the year and end on holidays such… Read More »