Day: November 3, 2020

Final results Nov. 3 Issues

Following are the unofficial final results released by the Carroll County Board of Elections for issues on the ballot at the Nov. 3 general election: Union Twp. road levy  Y= 347 N=160 Washington Twp. fire levy      Y= 365 N= 156 Loudon Twp. fire levy             Y= 343 N=120 Quad Ambulance                    Y= 217 N= 142 (Carroll Co.); Y=657 N= 491 (Stark Co.) Sandy Valley school levy         Y= 129 N=124 (Carroll Co);

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Final Election votes – Carroll County Candidates

Chris Modranski soundly defeated Tom White in the race for Carroll County Commissioner (Jan. 3, 2021, term) at the Nov. 3 general election, according to unofficial results. Modranski tallied 9,868 votes compared to 3,473 for White. A total of 14,025 votes were cast by county residents, either by absentee, early voting or in person voting on election day. There are 18,416 registered voters in the county.  Board of Elections officials

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First Update – Issues & Levies

Following are the first set of numbers released by the Carroll County Board of Elections for issues. The total of 8199 includes absentee and early in-person votes and votes cast on election day. Union Twp. road levy  Y= 211 N=78 Washington Twp. fire levy      Y= 208 N= 83 Loudon Twp. fire levy             Y= 150 N=57 Quad Ambulance                    Y= 217 N= 142 Sandy Valley school levy         Y= 129 N=124 Monroe

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First Update – candidates

Following are the first votes released by the Carroll County Board of Elections. Total of 8199 votes includes absentee and early walk-in votes cast at the board of elections as well as some election day votes. President Joe Biden and Kamala Harris      2421 Donald Trump and Michael Pence  5618 Write-in   12 Howie Hawkins and Angela Walker   34 Jo Jorgensen and Spike Cohen    74 Representative to Congress (6th District) Bill

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Levies and Issues absentee and early in-person votes

Following are the first set of numbers released by the Carroll County Board of Elections for issues. The total of 7,711 includes absentee and early in-person votes. Union Twp. road levy  Y= 211 N=78 Washington Twp. fire levy      Y= 208 N= 83 Loudon Twp. fire levy             Y= 150 N=57 Quad Ambulance                    Y= 217 N= 142 Sandy Valley school levy         Y= 129 N=124 Monroe Twp (Sherrodsville fire district)        Y=150 

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Absentee & Early In-Person votes

Following are the first votes released by the Carroll County Board of Elections. Total of 7711 votes includes absentee and early walk-in votes cast at the board of elections. President Joe Biden and Kamala Harris      2346 Donald Trump and Michael Pence  5216 Write-in   11 Howie Hawkins and Angela Walker   32 Jo Jorgensen and Spike Cohen    67 Representative to Congress (6th District) Bill Johnson   5137 Shawna A. Roberts   2177 State

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Arlie Donald Strawder, 78

Arlie Donald Strawder, 78, of Malvern, passed away Oct. 30, 2020, after a short illness. Born Sept. 19, 1942,  in Carrollton, he was a son to the late Arlie Ray Strawder and Evelyn Lydia (McClellan)  Strawder. Don served his country in the Army from 1960 – 1963. He married Carol Ruth Tinkey on Sept. 6, 1996.                            Don belonged to the Malvern VFW and Malvern American Legion. His passion was wood

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Owners of Top Notch Feeds utilize industry experience in new business venture

By Carol McIntire Editor Carroll County’s newest business, Top Notch Feeds, offers an option to owners of livestock, horses, pets and even those who feed wildlife. The business, located at 3120 Steubenville Rd., Carrollton, opened Oct. 26 under the ownership of two locals – Evan Ferguson and Keith McLean. Both men have experience in the feed industry. Ferguson grew up on a farm, showing cattle. He received an associate degree

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Classifieds

Help Wanted EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY The Village of Carrollton is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Street Department Maintenance Worker.  Successful applicants must possess a valid Ohio CDL Class “B” driver’s license, be able to pass a post interview, pre-employment physical and drug test. This position performs manual labor in the repair, maintenance and minor construction of Village streets and storm drainage systems, removal of snow and ice and other

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Halloween + Math games = Learning experience for all!

Carrollton elementary students in Kay Russell’s 5th grade class made Halloween a fun and learning experience for underclassmen last week. The students, dressed in Halloween costumes, taught math lessons to students in second and third grade classrooms. “The idea was to improve math skills in the district in a fun way,” said Russell. Students moved throughout the Bell-Herron gymnasium to different stations where the third graders interacted with the under-

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Edie, Naylor named students of the month

Hailey Edie and Justin Naylor were named the Carrollton High School Students of the Month for October. Edie is the only child of Steve and Heather Edie of Bowerston. She is a member of the Carrollton High School marching and concert bands, Caring Helping Sharing Club and  is a student leader for Youth to Youth Club. She is a member of National Honor Society and serves as one of the

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Columbus bound!

Minerva junior headed to state cross country meet Minerva junior Connor Shingleton is the lone area cross country runner to qualify for the state meet this Saturday at Fortress Obetz near Columbus. Shingleton qualified by placing 11th in the regional meet Oct. 31 at Pickerington with a time of 16:52.4. The top 28 runners qualified for the state meet along with the top seven teams. The Lions placed 16th in

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State XC meet qualifiers

Barker, Baker, Minerva girls team punch tickets at regional meet By Carol McIntire Editor Carrollton and Minerva are sending runners to the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) state cross country meet Saturday. Carrollton junior Camryn Barker is making her second trip to the state’s top race, which will be held at a new location, Fortress Obetz near Columbus. She will be joined by freshman teammate Hillari Baker in the

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Share-A-Christmas applications available at Conotton Valley

Conotton Valley Share-A-Christmas is accepting applications for families with children living in/attending the Conotton Valley school district, who are in need of assistance for Christmas. Applications are available at the following locations: Conotton Valley High School/Elementary, 7205 Cumberland Rd. SW, Bowerston, and the Conotton Valley Administration Office, 21 Mound St., Sherrodsville. The schools can be reached by calling 740-269-2711 (high school) or 740-269-2141. The administrative office can be reached at

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County park district plans chili cook-off Nov. 7

Get your taste buds ready! The Friends of Carroll County Parks are seeking cooks and taste-testers for the Carroll County Park District Chili Cook-Off Nov. 7 from 2:30-6 p.m. The winner will receive the coveted “golden ladle”. The event will take place at Carroll Community Park, 1061 Salineville Rd., Carrollton. The Ohio State v. Rutgers football will be live-streamed. Chili and beverages will be served beginning at 2:30 p.m. Cost

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Christmas parade moves to evening start with plans to light up Carroll County

Members of the Carrollton Rotary Club have not met since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and opted not to sponsor the parade this year. A group of local merchants discussed the importance of the parade to the local community and children, who are excited to see Santa and Mrs. Claus, and agreed to expand the event to include all of Carroll County and move it to a night event.

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Veteran, community servant waging war against a new enemy

For Ron Stone, his battle against colon cancer may be his toughest By Eric Lowe CCM Correspondent At the end of the day, it’s the Good Samaritan with the noble qualities who will always shine the light for others. This certainly applies to hometown Amsterdam resident and former U.S Army veteran Ron “Big Daddy” Stone. Not only for serving his country, but also dedicating his time and effort with charity

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