Officers did say the woman’s blood alcohol content was high at the time of the crash.
The school district is taking the next six months to investigate options for its future.
The Clippers are ranked #8 in Division III in the latest Associated Press Girls’ Basketball Poll.
United has now won three games in a row as they improve to 8-5 overall.
The city is threatening to fine chicken owners if they don’t get rid of the animals by February.
The Columbiana Police Department took to Facebook recently with a message to residents.
Chance Mustake and Stephen Barr combined to score 25 points.
The fire chief said the frigid cold created a hazard for firefighters.
An animal rights activist found the cats walking in feces, and said the smell of ammonia was overpowering at the home on S. Middle Street.
The inaugural Winterfest took place at Firestone Farms as more than 30 vendors and retailers set up for the event.
Columbiana was getting in the holiday spirit Friday night with its 15th annual Christmas Parade.
If the liquor option on the ballot fails, the businesses will have to ask voters to reapprove their licenses once again.
Mitch Davidson had 16, 10 and 6-yard rushing TDs.
Columbiana’s playoff hopes appear to still be alive with a win over the Tigers.
After 301 rushing yards, Lisbon won a share of the ITCL White title.
Gabe Barnard scored on a 55-yard TD pass to put the Tigers ahead; Davidson tied the contest for the Clippers.
Rams stay winless, Clippers roll.
The Clippers travel to Mineral Ridge next week.
The two choppers touched down at the park’s softball fields.
The fair runs through Saturday and will feature food, rides and live entertainment.
Crestview will travel to Alliance next week.
The two ITCL rivals have combined for over 80 points through 2 and half quarters.
Caleb Hill scored three times on the ground and passed for another through the air.
The huge event not only attracts people to Columbiana County, but also keeps money in the Valley.
Crestview Schools is the first district in the area to use a new technology, designed to stop the spread of germs.
The Main Street Common is the result of a project headed by the Restoration and Beautification Committee of Columbiana.
The admission fee is $8. Kids under 12 are free.
Bob Crook’s fellow employees have described him as someone who will go out of his way to help others.
St. Jude’s and Our Lady of Lourdes are holding their first festival this weekend, despite other churches canceling theirs.
Saturday was the annual American Cancer Society Relay for Life in Columbiana.