Day: December 16, 2020


Help Wanted Non-attorney support staff person needed for local law office. Must be proficient in word processing and in dealing with the public.  Real estate title examination experience a plus, but not a requirement.  Please send resume to P.O. Box 326, Carrollton, Ohio 44615. Services High-Speed Internet Unlimited Data Plans – BFE Satellite Solutions, LLC 330-627-0361. Guns & Ammo Dick’s Gun Shop, 10021 Malibu Rd., Minerva, 44657, Mon., Tues., Thurs.,

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Bergholz couple ‘goes for their dream’

Open handbuilt shop known as Anchor’s Point Repair By Leigh Ann Rutledge Associate Editor Nestled on a corner of 500 acres in Jefferson County is a small engine repair shop and showroom. The handbuilt wooden structure houses Anchor’s Point Repair, located just outside Bergholz. The shop is owned and operated by Michael Reiboldt, who repairs equipment powered by a small engine requiring gasoline. He is assisted by his apprentice, son

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CHS bowlers remain undefeated

Wins over Indian Valley and United Local allowed the Carrollton boys and girls bowling teams to remain unbeaten on the season. The Warrior boys team rolled over Indian Valley 2,265-1,862 at Alpha Lanes Dec. 9 and topped United Local 2,501-2,214 at Forest Lanes.  With the wins the team improved to 6-0 overall, 3-0 in Stark County Bowling Association. The girls team defeated Indian Valley at Alpha Lanes 12,432 – 2,045

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Hornets double up score on Rockets

In a cross-county battle, Malvern defeated Conotton Valley 41-21 at the Eastern Ohio Sports Complex in Sherrodsville Dec. 9. Senior Rocket Kendall Schaar opened the game landing the first shot within seconds after tip-off. The Hornets went down the court and answered. Both teams went back and forth with a steal by Hornets Lanie Bower resulting in two points. The Hornets led 8-6 at the end of the first period.

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Nutcracker to be shown at Roxy Theatre; COVID-19 guidelines to be followed

The Minerva Area Chamber of Commerce’s Roxy Theatre will show “The Nutcracker,” rated G,  Saturday, Dec. 19, at 7 p.m. The 1993 movie of the George Balanchine ballet features Macaulay Culkin and the New York City Ballet. In order to abide by the state’s guidelines, guests will be asked to sanitize their hands upon entry, every other row will be closed, and each group of patrons must sit six feet

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Gas, oil industry sponsors county Toys for Tots distribution

 Ohio’s oil and gas industry partnered 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.    A distribution was held Dec. 10 in at Our Lady of Mercy Church

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Holiday light displays aglow

Holiday light displays are aglow across the area, offering families the opportunity to jump in the car and take a drive. The following residents submitted their names and/or addresses to The Messenger to include on a list that allows for families to create their own drive-it-yourself tour. Anyone who would like their name/address added to the list for the Dec. 23 issue, should call the office at 330-476-6343 or email

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Ruta Mazelis’ hands help horses heal

By Leigh Ann Rutledge Associate Editor Life for a city girl, who grew up with a love of horses, has come full circle. In September, Ruta Mazelis became only the third person in Ohio to become a certified therapist in the Masterson Method of equine bodywork. She is the owner of Solstice Equine Massage Therapy where she uses the technique. The Masterson Method is a technique that reduces accumulated muscle

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