Day: November 24, 2020

Elinor J. Potts, 95

Elinor Jane Potts, 95, of Aurora, formerly of Carrollton, died early Tuesday morning Nov. 24, 2020. Born January 4, 1925 she was a daughter of the late John D. and Dorothy Carman Poplin.  Janie was preceded in death by her husband, Harry Potts in 1996. Elinor was a member of the Carrollton Eastern Star.  She is survived by two sons, Thomas Potts of Aurora, and Timothy Potts of Fayetteville, GA; five

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Livestock Quotes Nov. 23

CYA Exchange, LLC dba Carrollton Livestock Auction Sale Date: 11/23/2020 Total # of Head Sold: 223 Cattle Feeder Cattle Light Steers & Bulls 250-525# $1.00 to $141.00 Heavy Steers & Bulls 525-900# $74.00 to $129.00 Light Heifers 250-525# $70.00 to $113.00 Heavy Heifers 525-900# $38.00 to $99.00 Dairy Steers & Bulls 250-900# $39.00 to $59.00 Cows Bred Cow by the head $525.00 to $860.00 Cow/Calf Pairs by the pair $685.00

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Zinda, Stoneman named Students of Month at CHS

Seniors Trevor Zinda and Rebecca Stoneman were named Carrollton High School Students of the Month for November. Zinda is the son of Aaron and Jodi Zinda of Carrollton. He has a younger brother, Ben, who is a sophomore. He is a member of the band, jazz band and brass choir. He participates in speech and debate, plays and musicals, CHS Club, Youth to Youth Club, Radio Control (R/C) Club and

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High School bowling season kicks off

Warriors top Glen Oak Carrollton picked up wins on both the girls and boys sides in the first regular season match of the 2020-21 bowling season. The Warrior girls topped Glen Oak 2,506 – 2126, led by Cailyn Bright with a 423 series (games of 256 and 167). Carena Fowler added a 370 series (213,157), followed by Nikki Rummell 355 (183, 172) and Anissa Flanagan 330 (145, 185). Kellyn Harsh

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Carrollton Post Office bringing Operation Santa to drive-thru Christmas parade

The United States Postal Service is helping Santa fill the wishes of children this Christmas through the Operation Santa program, which will be part of the Carroll County Drive-Thru Christmas parade this Saturday. Families with requests should write letters to Santa that include sizes and colors for shoes and clothing. Letters requesting toys, games and books should be specific. Letters should be placed in an envelope and addressed to: Santa

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Food box distribution set at Carrollton First UMC

Carrollton First UMC is partnering with the Urban Mission (Steubenville) to hand out food boxes to Carrollton residents Nov. 24, Dec. 1, 8, 15. The handout will be drive-thru only and will take place in the parking lot at the Yellow Brick Church, located at 253 S. Lisbon St., beginning at 12:30 p.m. Boxes will contain fresh produce, meat and dairy. One hundred seventy five boxes are available for distribution.

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Readers share thoughts during tumultuous year

CCM Staff Report The modern Thanksgiving holiday tradition is traced to a well-recorded 1619 event in Virginia and a sparsely documented 1621 celebration at Plymouth in present-day Massachusetts. The 1621 Plymouth feast and thanksgiving was prompted by a good harvest, which the Pilgrims celebrated with Native Americans, who helped them get through the previous winter by giving them food in that time of scarcity. Over the years, the celebration has

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Parade moves to drive-thru format

CCM Staff Report The Carroll County Christmas parade is taking on a revised format due to COVID-19 restrictions. Under Governor Mike DeWine’s COVID-19 mandates, traditional parades are not permitted as they are considered mass gatherings. Rather than cancelling the Nov. 28 event, the committee worked with the county health district and fair board to come up with a revised format: a drive-thru Christmas parade. “We’re moving the event to the

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