ORCHID: To Clear Choice Creative CEO Tommy Ross, video manager Brad Kolasinski, and web designer Nelson Crain for creating the documentary ''Warren the Retelling'' that points out the city's attributes.
ONION: To FrackFree Mahoning Valley for already planning another attempt to get Youngstown voters to pass a ban on oil and natural gas related activities. The proposal is a preposterous waste of time and money and has already been overwhelmingly rejected twice by voters.
ORCHID: To the McDonald and Maplewood high schools cross country teams for taking first and second place in the Ohio High School State Championship last week. It's quite rare for two teams from the same county to be champions and runners-up in the same sport in the same season.
ORCHID: To Ohio legislatorss who have supported State Rep. Sean O'Brien's proposed tax breaks for purchasing vehicles that run on compressed natural gas, or retrofitting an existing vehicle engine to run on the alternative fuel.
ONION: To Lordstown Local School District officials who denied parents an opportunity to publicly ask questions about a principal accused of throwing scissors at students. Principal Laura Parise said she tried to toss the scissors on a table but they became stuck in her fingers and they hit the ceiling.
ORCHIDS: To James H. Bronson, Robert H. Brothers, Robert L. Dean, Henry M. Fox, William J. Garono, Isaac Gause, Samuel Huntington, Samuel E. Lanza, John D. Massey, Patrick McGunigal, James T. Pantalone Sr. and Herbert W. Seelbach Sr., Trumbull County residents who had been inducted into the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame.
ORCHIDS: To Roger H. Gardner and Alexander P. Kish, Trumbull County's most recent inductees into the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame.