Day: July 21, 2020


Help Wanted Carroll County-based construction company looking to hire a few good men.If interested, call 740-275-6943.St. John’s Villa Hiring for the following positions:Full time night shift 10 8:30 a.m. and 11a.m. to 11 p.m. every other weekend. Starts at $10.99.Part time Afternoons 2:30 to 10 p.m. and every other weekend 11 p.m. to 11 a.m. Starts at $11.25 per hour.Part time day shift. Starts at $9.15 per hour. Full

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Dellroy council fills vacant seat

By Jacquie HumphreyCCM Correspondent Mayor Doug Ruby informed Dellroy Council during the July meeting, he received two letters of interest for the council seat left vacant with the death of Kay Onstott in May.Matt Michaels and Amy Graham, both village residents, submitted letters of interest which he presented to council to review.Council President Joe Mabie asked Solicitor Jenna Hokes if all council members should be present to review the letters

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Work continues on Amsterdam sewer project

By Eric LoweCCM CorrespondentAmsterdam officials have been busy addressing concerns from residents regarding dust, road damage, and water lines breaking during the installation of sewage lines and a sewage treatment facility. Village officials note inconveniences are to be expected.The village is undergoing a transformation with construction equipment constantly on the move, materials continuously being brought in, and construction signs and stop lights placed and replaced throughout the village. With what

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Sikon civil lawsuit put on hold for 120 days

U.S. District Court Judge Sara Lioi signed an order June 12 to stay (put on hold) proceedings in a civil lawsuit filed by Robert Sikon and Melissa Ford, co-administrators of the estate of Robert S. Sikon, III, against Carroll County, Sheriff Dale Williams and Deputy Jacob Baker for 120 days.The defendants in the case, represented by Attorneys Patricia C. Ambrose-Rubright and Todd M. Raskin, filed a motion in U.S. District

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Health officials: Wear a mask, social distance, wash your hands often

By Carol McIntireEditor Health Commissioner Wendy Gotschall and Director of Nursing Kelly Engelhart echoed the words of Governor Mike DeWine during the July meeting of the General Health District: Please wear a mask.“Ohio trends continue to increase,” Gotschall stated. “We need to stay vigilant, take personal accountability for how we take care of ourselves and how we protect others we are around. We are asking people to be mindful if

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