Day: November 17, 2020

Thomas P. Herbert, 83

Thomas Paul Herbert, 83, of North Canton, passed away in his home after a lengthy illness, Thursday, Nov. 12, 2020. Born Nov. 4, 1937 in Canton, he was the son of the late Wilfred and Jeanette Herbert.  Tom’s entire working career was in the electrical field. Starting as an electrician at age 16, he earned a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Dayton followed by a master’s degree in

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Classifieds

Craft Show Christmas Craft Show Saturday, November 28, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., 6092 Mirth Rd., Mechanicstown (Miller’s Metal Sales).  Vendors – Amish Baked Bread, Homemade Candies, Klean 4-Life, Sisel, Pampered Chef, Norwex, Young Living, Stampin-Up, Jewel, Amish Soft Pretzels, Fudge, Floral Arrangements, Tupperware, Fry Pies and Many More!  Call 330-760-9898 or 330-738-2467 for additional information. Help Wanted Fox Twp. Trustees will be taking applicants for a Part-Time road

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Leesville council sets annual lighting ceremony

Leesville council made plans for the upcoming holiday season during the November meeting. Mayor John Traxler thanked employee Skip Bernhart for being proactive in putting the Christmas decorations up in the village circle in preparation for the annual lighting ceremony. Fiscal Officer Sally Bernhart inquired as to how council plans to conduct the annual lighting ceremony. Following a discussion, council agreed to proceed with the event, but noted masks and

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Council approves project to allow holiday lights to shine

By Jacquie Humphrey CCM Correspondent Dellroy Village Council agreed to move forward with a project that will keep holiday lights shining in the village this holiday season during the November meeting. Council has been contemplating replacing and weatherproofing approximately 24 poles for several months. The repair is needed for the placement of holiday lights and decorations. Council President Joe Mabie, filling in for Mayor Doug Ruby, asked council to review

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Lady bowlers place second at pre-season tourney

Carrollton kicked off the 2020 girls bowling season the same way they finished the 2019 season: as a team that will contend for a state tournament berth. The Warriors kicked off the pre-season Nov. 14 at the Parke Centre in North Canton, placing second to Green. Under the tournament format; the teams bowled two regular games and 10 baker games to qualify with the top eight teams advancing. The Warrior

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Hutson, Warner share special football bond

Carrollton quarterback Luke Warner and his grandfather, Leonard Hutson, have plenty to talk about when the family gets together. Luke pioneered the Warriors to a 7-3 record this year and Hutson guided the 1956 Warriors football team to a 7-2-1 mark from the quarterback position. He graduated in 1957. “He’s a lot better quarterback than I was,” Hutson said last week of his grandson. “Back when I played, we were

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Grand jury indicts 18; several on drug-related charges

A Carroll County grand jury returned indictments against 18 individuals during a half-day session Nov. 12. Prosecuting Attorney Steven D. Barnett said the grand jury heard testimony from 15 witnesses. Indictments were returned against the following: ERIC D. COWAN, II, 34, of 155 Arrow Rd., Carrollton, one count of Having Weapons While Under Disability, Carrying Concealed Weapons, Aggravated Possession of Drugs and Obstructing Official Business. Carrollton Police conducted a traffic

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Garage sustains damage when fire jumps from pit to house

A home and garage owned by John and Marci Schaffer sustained extensive damage Nov. 9 from a fire involving burning leaves. Carrollton Village Fire Chief Shane Thomas said the department was called to the Schaffer home at 128 Ascot Rd., at 2:53 for a brush fire. “When we arrived, we found it was a structure fire,” Thomas said. “The owners told us John was burning leaves in a pit in

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50 years in the making

At 17, Jonathan Walters purchased plans to build a plane; at 67, he flew it for the first time By Carol McIntire Editor Advice from a longtime friend, a little inspiration from another and a deep-seated love for aviation nudged Jonathan Walters to complete a project he started 50 years ago: building an Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Biplane. The project came to fruition Oct. 8 when the plane sped down the

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Thanksgiving dinner moves to drive-thru event

The community Thanksgiving dinner hosted by Amsterdam Community Church of God is taking on a new format this year, due to COVID-19. The meal, traditionally a sit-down dinner, will be a drive-thru event for this year only, according to church officials. Community residents are invited to pick up a free Thanksgiving dinner Nov. 21 at the church, located 8247 Bear Road SE, from 4-6 p.m. Dinner includes turkey, dressing, mashed

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