Day: September 1, 2020

Livestock Quotes Sept. 1

CYA Exchange, LLC dba Carrollton Livestock Auction Sale Date: 8/31/2020 Total # of Head Sold: 165 Cattle Feeder Cattle Light Steers & Bulls 250-525# $105.00 to $145.00 Heavy Steers & Bulls 525-900# $70.00 to $125.00 Light Heifers 250-525# $57.50 to $125.00 Heavy Heifers 525-900# $61.00 to $107.50 Cows Bred Cow by the head $650.00 to $1,000.00 Cow/Calf Pairs by the pair — to $785.00 Good Cows $60.00 to $70.00 Medium

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Sean M. Flynn, 42

Sean Michael Flynn, 42, passed away unexpectedly in his home Aug. 26, 2020. Born Sept. 30, 1977, in Warren, Sean was a 1996 graduate of Buckeye Career Center, where he was enrolled in the Ag & Diesel program. He went on to attend Nashville Auto Diesel College after graduation. Sean was an amazing father to his beautiful daughter, Nyah, and owned STF Construction & Painting with his friends, Tim and

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Storms leave trail of destruction

Severe thunderstorms that rolled through the area Aug. 27 left behind a path of destruction. Carroll County Emergency Management Agency Director Tom Cottis said the National Weather Service determined straight winds passed through the northern end of the county, causing damage to trees and powerlines. Winds were estimated to reaching 60 miles per hour, according to Cottis, who noted the weather station along SR 183 was not in operation, so

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Classifieds

Help Wanted St. John’s Villa Hiring Residential shifts, afternoon and nights, starting at $10.99 to $11.25 per hour. Earn an extra 50-cents per hour for perfect attendance per pay. After 90 day probation receive a 25 cent per hour raise for completing Med. Tech.  Certification. With 2 years combined direct service provided to adults with disabilities and the completion of  60 hours of on line course work, you will receive

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Rocket net team posts win over Cardinals, falls to Trojans

The Rockets volleyball continued their early season win streak by defeating host Sandy Valley Aug. 25 in four games, 24-26, 25-21, 25-23, 25-9. Ellie Bower recorded 18 points and six kills to lead the winners. Kendall Schaar added 10 points and four kills. Tabby Stuber recorded 11 digs.  The JV team defeated the Cardinals 17-25, 25-19, 25-21. Tusky Valley The Rockets ran into a buzz saw when they faced Tusky

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Rutledge, Irwin lead Lady Warriors to win in season opener vs. Cards

By Carol McIntire Editor Third year coach Brandon Irwin’s Carrollton girls soccer team opened the 2020 season with a 3-1 win over Sandy Valley at Community Field Aug. 24. Freshman Ariona Rutledge put the hosts on the board at the 16:48 mark of the first half after the Warriors worked the ball toward the Cardinal goal and it was kicked out of bounds, awarding Carrollton a corner kick. Rutledge’s position

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Hutchison tosses two TD passes, Hornets win 15-0

By Leigh Ann Rutledge CCM Reporter “The conditions were not ideal, but after these past five months, we would have played in just about anything,” Malvern football coach Matt Chiurco stated Friday after his Hornets opened the 2020 football season with a 15-0 win. The Hornets traveled to Tusky Valley to face the Trojans in a COVID-19 adjusted football schedule. Lightning delayed the kickoff and rain fell from the sky

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Commissioners keep an eye on county finances

By Carol McIntire Editor Carroll County Commissioner Jeff Ohler addressed the county budget during the Aug. 27 meeting, after having time to review information presented during the Aug. 24 meeting. “I am hearing noise we are in a better position than we are planning for,” Ohler noted, referring to the remainder of the 2020 budget and carryover into the 2021 year. He acknowledged real estate and sales tax income are

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Local teen is top participant at Young Marines leadership school

Youth members of the Young Marines from across the country are participating in leadership school over the summer months. YM/Cpl Richard Barr, Jr., 12, of Mingo Junction, OH and YM/LCpl Shaun Lebbano, Jr. of Carrollton, traveled to the 2nd Division Young Marines’ Junior Leadership School held mid-July at Woodfield Scout Preservation in Asheboro, NC. A national youth organization, the Young Marines is a leadership program for boys and girls age

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Keeping lakes safe

Public Service Announcements bring awareness to boat, water safety By Leigh Ann Rutledge Associate Editor Officials at Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District (MWCD) filmed several public service announcements (PSA) recently at the Atwood Lake Public Boat Launch. Adria Bergeron, MWCD marketing and public affairs administrator, decided to film PSAs to bring awareness to boat and water safety. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, people are doing more activities close to home and the

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