Day: August 11, 2020

Warrior linkers off to a fast start

Carrollton kicked off the 2020 high school golf season with a win at the Dennison Yard Tuscarawas Central Catholic (TCC) Invitational Aug. 5 and followed it up with a non-league win the next day over Malvern. The Warriors slipped past New Philadelphia 336-339 to claim the TCC Invitational title, led by Jaxon Rinkes with a four-over-par 76. Colton Moore carded an 81, followed by John Birong, 90, and Caden Rininger,

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CHS Athletic Hall of Fame ceremony postponed

Members of the Carrollton High School Athletic Hall of Fame Committee made the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 induction ceremony. The ceremony was originally scheduled to be held Sept. 4 and 5 in conjunction with the Carrollton vs. Coventry football weekend. “It is with a sad heart we announce the ceremony will be postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic,” said Mark Spears. “Our plan is to reschedule the event

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Magnolia Park comes alive with music, car cruise-in

By Carol McIntire Editor Jim Crews made the trek from Wellsville to Magnolia to join other car enthusiasts for a cruise in sponsored by The Nest Café and Ice Cream Parlor. As vehicles of all shapes and sizes arrived in Magnolia Park for the July 31 event, Crews was busy polishing his 1977 Dodge Charger Daytona, which has only 36,000 original miles on the motor. “It’s a kind of different

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Life-flight transports two after separate motorcycle crashes

Two people were life flighted to area hospitals after separate motorcycle accidents over the weekend. Douglas R. Bursh, 21, of New Philadelphia, was traveling west on SR  39 in Monroe Twp. near Royal Rd. Aug. 7 at 5:50 p.m. As he was negotiating a curve, the 1993 Honda Hawk GT motorcycle he was riding went off the right side of the roadway. The bike tipped over. Bursh was ejected. He

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Former Ponderosa nearly ready to open as Chop House

New atmosphere and sit-down dining By Carol McIntire Editor Gary Hulett calls it Divine Intervention. Mike Guess calls it a birthday present. Actually, the upcoming opening of Carrollton’s newest restaurant, The Chop House of Carrollton, is both. In the spring of 2020, Hulett was feeling the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on his Canton-area catering business. “I was a one-man show,” Hulett said referring to his business, Jojutlas, based in

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Local teen adds world champion title to his resume´ By Carol McIntire Editor At just 17 years old, Trey Burchfield of Carrollton added a title to his resume´ most people spend a lifetime dreaming about: world champion. Burchfield and his partner, Derrick King, won the Pro Doubles competition at the 2020 American Cornhole League World Championships, held Aug. 4-8 at Rock Hill, NC. The pro-doubles double-elimination tournament began with 90

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