Day: September 22, 2020

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 online course work, you will receive an

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Peggy Horn named county ‘Firefighter of Year’

A third-generation firefighter was honored as “Firefighter of the Year” by the Carroll County Firefighters Association (CCFA) recently. Peggy Horn of Perrysville was presented the award at Perry Twp. Fire Department after they held a Drive-Thru Chicken BBQ fundraiser Sept. 20. They had 100 dinners available. They sold out within 45 minutes. The CCFA planned to present the award to Horn during their annual dinner in April, but due to

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Minerva Homecoming crowning to take place at assembly; preside over game

 The Minerva High School fall homecoming crowning will take place, just not prior to the Friday night football game like in years past.  Students will assemble in the football stadium for a homecoming assembly Friday, Sept. 25.  The Homecoming Court will be presented and the king and queen will be announced. Those chosen for the court include: Brendan Bennett and Molly Boldizar, Alex Granat and Ellyse Donahue, Pierson Laha

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Stackhouse honored

Carrollton senior Mason Stackhouse was named Buckeye Career Center September Student of the Month for demonstrating the core value of responsibility/accountability. Stackhouse is a double lab student, enrolled in Auto Collision and Construction Technology. He works as an auto detailer at Guess Motors, is a member of Farm Raisers 4-H Club and Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church. He golfs and plays baseball for Carrollton. He eventually hopes to open a

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Rocket senior makes race track history

Tabby Stuber is first woman to win Midvale season points championship By Leigh Ann Rutledge Associate Editor A Conotton Valley High School senior wrote her page in the history books Sept. 12 when she won her class at Midvale Speedway. Tabby Stuber, 17, of Bowerston, won the Trophy Stock points championship and became the first female to win a championship in the speedway’s 67-year history. Add in the fact, this

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Perfect season: CHS golf team finishes regular season 16-0

Carrollton played four matches in five days and wrapped up the 2020 season with an unblemished record. The Warriors picked up two wins over West Branch and topped Salem and Canton South in Eastern Buckeye Conference play to close out the season with a 16-0 mark (12-0 in the Eastern Buckeye Conference). The team was headed to the EBC tournament Sept. 21, which will determine the final league standings. Coach

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Second half rally falls short; West Branch prevails

By Carol McInitre Editor Carrollton Coach Jim Tsilimos knew his team was facing a formidable opponent in the West Branch Warriors last Friday at Community Field. The green-and-white Warriors from Beloit were 3-0 on the season and sitting atop the Eastern Buckeye Conference standings. Coach Ken Harris’ team showed early on why they are there and held off a second half Carrollton rally for a 37-20 victory. West Branch took

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Hornets remain unbeaten with 39-28 win

Withstand late Newcomerstown comeback By Leigh Ann Rutledge Associate Editor The Malvern Hornets remain among the ranks of the unbeaten after putting a sting on the Newcomerstown Trojans 39-28 Friday evening. The Hornets built a 27-0 lead before the Trojans scored three unanswered touchdowns. The Hornets held on to become 4-0 in spite of being flagged for 17 penalties for 125 yards. “A win is a win and we were

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Accepting players for wrestling golf scramble

The Carrollton High School Wrestling Golf Scramble will take place Oct. 3 at Carroll Meadows Golf Course in Carrollton.The shotgun start is at 1 p.m. Cost is $50 per individual or $200 for a team of four. Individuals will be placed on a team. Includes 18 holes and a cart. Closest to the pin and longest drive prizes. First place receives a cash prize.Wrestling Head Coach Joey McGee noted proceeds

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Bright wears homecoming crown

CCM Staff Report Carrollton High School senior class president Cailyn Bright was crowned 2020 homecoming queen during a ceremony Sept. 18 prior to the Carrollton vs. West Branch football game. Bright, the daughter of Dave and Dana Bright of Carrollton, is a three-time qualifier to the state bowling tournament, a scholar athlete and a first team Eastern Buckeye selection in both volleyball and bowling. Academically, she is a member of

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