Day: December 1, 2020

Virginia M. Davidson, 86

Our mother: Virginia M. Davidson, AKA: Pixie’s Mom, was called home by her family in heaven Sunday, Nov. 29, 2020. Jenny will be missed by all who knew her; Mother, friend, grandmother, neighbor, hospice volunteer, crafter, birdwatcher, bus driver and candy maker. She was the unofficial greeter at Golden Age Retreat and the first person on the bus for a trip to a parade or out to eat. She loved

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Rosemary Everly, 85

Rosemary Everly, 85, of Amsterdam, passed away Monday evening, Nov. 30, 2020. Born March 26, 1935, in Jefferson County, she was a daughter of the late Richard and Jennie Shalaty Bendle.  Rosemary is survived by three sons, Richard Duane (Lisa) Everly Jr., Ronald Lee (Tammy) Everly and Randy Christopher Everly; a daughter, Rhonda (Michael) Boone; seven grandchildren, Christopher Chamberlain, Matthew Chamberlain, Leah (Anthony) Thomas, Alyssa (Joseph) Kerker, Tabitha (Brian) Reighard,

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Toys for Tots accepting applications through Dec. 4

Ohio’s oil and gas industry is partnering with Toys for Tots in seven counties in eastern Ohio to collect toys for distribution to those in need in early December. The Toys for Tots program, with roots dating back to 1947, has helped countless families over the years. This year, as in past, the local oil and gas industry has joined in to help.   Those who wish to sign up need to register online at www.toysfortots.org, click on the “Request a Toy” section at

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Robert C. Anania, 80

Robert (Bob) C. Anania passed away peacefully in his home Thursday, Nov. 26, 2020,   in South Charleston, OH, at the age of 80.  He and his family were residents of Carroll County for many years before moving to South Charleston to retire. While in Carrollton, he was a pharmacist at Rite Aid Pharmacy. Bob is survived by this wife of 56 years, Susan Anania; along with his children Rob Melisa)

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Linda C. Grace, 73

Linda C. Grace, 73, departed this earth Nov. 28, 2020. Born Nov. 7, 1947, she was a daughter of her beloved late parents, Monford and Audria (Johnston) Dodd. She spent most of her life’s journey in living in Carroll County and grew up in Perrysville. She often shared many fond memories of her childhood, including riding her bike, visiting family and friends and walking to the historical Perrysville Methodist Episcopal

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Mary Ellen Yoder, 88

Mary Ellen (Weaver) Yoder, 88, of Kensington, died Monday, Nov. 30, 2020, at home. Born Oct. 10, 1932, in Lynnhaven, VA, she was a daughter to the late William and Fannie (Stutzman) Weaver.  She married Phineas M. Yoder Nov. 7, 1954.  Mary was a loving mother and homemaker and a member of the Glade Run Mennonite Church in Kensington. She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, four brothers,

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Food distribution continues in December

Two hundred boxes of free food were distributed to Carorollton residents at the Carrollton First United Methodist Church under a partnership program with the Steubenville Urban Mission during the first of four distribtion dates. Future dates for the drive-thru distribution are Dec. 1, 8 and 15  beginning at 12:30 p.m. Boxes contain fresh produce, meat and dairy products. There are no income guidelines. Boxes available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

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Virtual open house planned at Buckeye Career Center

Buckeye Career Center’s annual open house is going virtual in 2020. The event will be held Dec. 10 from 5:30-7:30 p.m., by way of the Buckeye Career Center website and Zoom video conferencing platform. The event will be available to prospective students, their family members and the community. Each of the 33 programs will have their own Zoom session for students to enter at 15-minute intervals. Sessions will start at

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Powers dumps in 41 points, Hornets win twice

Maddie Powers dumped in 41 points in two games last week as the Malvern Lady Hornets opened the girls basketball season with two wins. In the opener, the Hornets slipped past United Local 26-23 before dominating Lisbon 61-43 in a non-conference contest. United Local The two teams started slow, scoring only points each in the opening quarter. Malvern won the second quarter 9-6, with United claiming the third to take

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Timberlake scores 21, Warriors roll over Claymont

Carrollton senior Talen Timberlake and sophomore  Jaxon Rinkes combined for 36 points as the Warriors won the season opener 50-42 over Claymont. Carrollton took a one-point lead 7-6 lead after the first quarter before taking control of the non-league contest with 16 points in the second period. The visiting Warriors led 23-14 at intermission and 31-27 heading into the fourth quarter. Two of Timberlake’s 18 points from the field came

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Perry Twp. trustees plan PPE distribution

Perry Township Trustees plan to distribute personal protective equipment to township residents Dec. 12 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in a drive-thru event at the township hall. All township residents are invited. One package of supplies will be distributed to each household. The township hall is located at 154 Amsterdam Rd. SE.

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Holiday events set in Minerva

Minerva’s traditional Downtown Wonderland event has transformed this year into December Wonderland – a month’s worth of family holiday events and activities! Santa and friends will bring the parade to the people Saturday, Dec. 5, beginning at noon. The North Pole Fire Department will drive Santa through neighborhoods and parking areas within the village. The map of his route will be published on the Minerva Area Chamber of Commerce Facebook

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Courthouse hours modified due to COVID-19 cases

By Carol McIntire Editor Public access to the Carroll County Courthouse is being altered due to “numerous cases of COVID-19 confirmed inside the courthouse” Carroll County Commissioner President Bob Wirkner released new hours, effective Dec. 7 after meeting with the courthouse security committee Nov. 30. “I received a letter Nov. 25 from the county health commissioner indicating numerous cases in the courthouse,” Wirkner stated. “The letter recommended limiting the number

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Just what the doctor ordered…Parade smiles and laughter

CCM Staff Report If there are positives to come out of the COVID-19 pandemic, it could be that many of us have learned that change is acceptable, it’s ok to establish new traditions and, even in the face of adversity, smiles and kindness are the best medicine. All these were on display Nov. 28 when the traditional Christmas parade, if there was to be one in 2020, had to take

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