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Plan for Future In Steubenville

June 25, 2013

In 1964, thousands of area residents worked in the Ohio Valley’s many steel mills. Coal miners, also with good-paying jobs, were plentiful. Steubenville had about 32,000 residents....

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daWraith

Jun-25-13 11:03 PM

Yeah hoopiehead, see what an Effing PLAGUE the UNIONS have brought to the Ohio Valley.

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WVUGEO

Jun-25-13 1:48 PM

At least there isn't any more of the silly blather in this article about how Mr. Marcellus and Mr. Utica gwine save us all, bringing us baskets full of good jobs and new industries.

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Hefner

Jun-25-13 9:32 AM

Let us hope that the government of Steubenville has at least the foresight to select persons for their planning commission who are not the same people who allowed the city to decay to a utopia for rapist, druggies, and criminals, as Wheeling has done. It is impossible to keep doing the same thing and then to expect different results, but the has-beens that run Wheeling, and I suspect Steubenville, just can’t get that into their rose colored muddle that fills their cranial cavity.

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Hefner

Jun-25-13 8:33 AM

What would Dean Martin do?

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wvhoopie

Jun-25-13 6:42 AM

$8 an hour retail jobs are the future. Be sure that you give the poverty job providers plenty of tax incentives so that you can shift all of there employee costs onto the taxpayers in the Valley...

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