Day: January 26, 2021

Livestock Quotes Jan. 25

CYA Exchange, LLC Sale Date: 1/25/2021 Total # of Head Sold: 166 Cattle Feeder Cattle Light Steers & Bulls 250-525# $105.00 to $150.00 Heavy Steers & Bulls 525-900# $72.00 to $127.50 Light Heifers 250-525# $85.00 to $125.00 Heavy Heifers 525-900# $60.00 to $120.00 Dairy Steers & Bulls 250-900# $48.00 to $91.00 Cows Bred Cow by the head $720.00 to $910.00 Good Cows $60.00 to $69.50 Medium Cows $50.00 to $59.50

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Paul R. Dent, Sr., 76

Paul Ray Dent Sr., 76, of Amsterdam, died Sunday Jan. 24, 2021, at Mercy Medical Center in Canton. Born June 19, 1944, in Brilliant, he was a son of the late Genevieve (Perkins) and Harry N. Dent.   Paul was a member of St. Joseph Church in Amsterdam and worked as a pipe fitter for Weirton Steel, where he retired after 30 years.  He is survived by his wife, the

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Donald L. “Donnie” Malone, 54

Donald Lee “Donnie” Malone, 54, of Tippecanoe, passed away suddenly and tragically earlySaturday morning, Jan. 23, 2021, from an apparent heart attack, with his loving wife and son by hisside.Born Nov. 9, 1966, in Canton, he was the youngest son of William P. “Bill” Malone andKathleen R. “Kathy” Stertzbach Malone of Carrollton, who survive.On New Year’s Eve 2002, Don married his love, Shannon N. Devore Malone at Deersville UnitedMethodist Church

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County Democrats support Loaves and Fishes on National Day of Service

The Carroll County Democratic Party donated $1,120 to the Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry in Carrollton as part of a National Day of Service on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. President Joe Biden’s inaugural committee promoted the day of service as part of festivities ahead of the Jan.20 inauguration. The committee worked with organizations on the state, local and national level, as well as, service leaders and members of various

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Classifieds

GUNS & AMMO Dick’s Gun Shop, 10021 Malibu Rd., Minerva, 44657, Mon., Tues., Thurs., 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. – 330-868-3265. BUYING GUNSTop prices paid for clean pre-owned guns, rifles, handguns and Thompson center muzzleloaders, estate purchases also. RUNZO’S Outdoor Sports on the strip St. Rt. 62 in Beloit 330-537-2137. Check Us Out on FB. WANTEDStanding Timber & Walnut Trees. CALL Carroll County Logging 330-738-2050 or 440-897-0863 Local and 25

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Hornet wrestlers on a roll

The Malvern Hornets mat men won a triangular with Harrison Central and Edison Jan. 19 at Harrison Central. Now 14-2 on the season with 19 dual wins, the Hornets defeated the Edison Wildcats 66-12 and Harrison Central 48-20. Edison The Hornets came out strong and claimed the win by pin or forfeit. Those pinning their opponents included TJ Proctor (113 lbs.) over Pittman in 1:14; Johnny Walker (120 lbs.) over

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CLEAN SWEEP!

Lady bowlers finish one-two at sectional preview tourney The Carrollton girls bowling team is at it again. The Warriors swept the top two places at the 14th Rootstown Rover Sectional Preview tournament Jan 16. The varsity squad won both the top team and individual honors and the junior varsity team placed second in the eight-team field. “I’m so incredibly proud of this group of lady warrior bowlers!” said Varsity Coach

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WARRIORS 52, LIONS 38

In hard-fought, foul-filled rivalry contest By Carol McIntire Editor Last week’s rivalry game between the Carrollton and Minerva girls basketball teams was everything a rivalry game should be: a hard-fought, intense, filled with three-point shots, riddled with fouls and a tale of two halves. Minerva owned the first half, winning the opening tip and holding leads of 12-10 and 20-19 after the first two quarters. Carrollton owned the final two

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Winter royalty crowning set Feb. 2

Carrollton High School Winter Homecoming royalty will be crowned between the junior varsity and varsity basketball game against Salem Feb. 2 in the high school gym. Members of the court were voted on last week by students. Those selected to the court are shown above. Front row: (center) seniors Trevor Zinda and Rebecca Stoneman. Second row (right): seniors Talen Timberlake and Lizzie McNutt. Third row (left) junior Alex Adkins and

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Naomi F. Bellville, 91

Naomi F. Bellville, 91, of Carrollton, passed away Friday, Jan. 22, 2021, at home. She was born Mar. 31, 1929, in Germano to Ernest Alexander and Nannie Laura (Polen) Johnson. She married Earl Ray Bellville on Aug. 8, 1952. He passed away Nov. 14, 2000. Earl and Naomi enjoyed traveling.  Naomi was a hostess for Welcome Wagon for many years and a member of the Carrollton Believers Fellowship Church in

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CARING HANDS: here to help community residents

Carroll County residents who have a need which was created by a medical diagnosis, illness, accident or chronic condition, can seek assistance from a local grassroots non-profit organization known as Carroll County Caring Hands (CCCH).The grassroots organization was formed in 2016 with the goal of helping county residents in need. The 501 (c)3 operates with the understanding that financial hardship can stem from loss of work, medical costs, prescription expense,

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Pre-register for snowman event

The Snowman on the Square event will take place Feb. 15. Anyone wishing to participate must pre-register by Feb. 10. Cost to enter is $5. Checks should be made payable to the Carroll County Convention and Visitors Bureau (CCCVB). Entry forms can be picked up at the CVB/Chamber office, The Yellow Brick Church, 253 S. Lisbon St., or downloaded at yellowbrickchurch.org/snowmen. The event is sponsored by the CCCVB and Carrollton

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Scout ham dinner cancelled

Boy Scout Troop 141 is deeply sorry this year that due to the COVID-19 virus, there will be no ham dinner this year.The troop made several attempts to hold the dinner, but in the end it would be difficult.According to Assistant Scout Master Mark Walters, they believe the event has never been cancelled since its beginning.“We ask that everyone understands and maybe we can bring it back next year even

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13-year-old hones woodworking skills, establishes Etsy business

By Leigh Ann Rutledge Associate Editor When you think of teenagers, you often picture them hanging out with friends, playing video games or shooting hoops. Nate Stoffer spends his time honing  his skills as a woodworker. He opened his business, NCS Cabin Creations, on Etsy in August 2020, which sells handmade log furniture, centerpieces and other items. Stoffer, son of Brian and Sarah Stoffer of Carrollton, is 13 years old

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