Day: February 9, 2021

Keith A. Lowther, 55

Known by many as “Tiny”, Keith Alan Lowther, 55, died peacefully at home surrounded by family Feb. 7, 2021.  He was called home to rest with the Lord after a lengthy battle with illness. Born June 11, 1965, he was a son of the late Bernard Lowther and late Lela Mae Melton.   He graduated from Sandy Valley in 1984 and following high school attended Kent State University. He worked at Colfor

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Livestock Quotes Feb. 8, 2021

CYA Exchange, LLC Sale Date: 2/8/2021 Total # of Head Sold: 163 Cattle Feeder Cattle Light Steers & Bulls 250-525# $75.00 to $127.50 Heavy Steers & Bulls 525-900# $80.00 to $117.00 Light Heifers 250-525# $85.00 to $122.00 Heavy Heifers 525-900# $40.00 to $75.00 Dairy Steers & Bulls 250-900# $85.00 to $95.00 Cows Bred Cow by the head $485.00 to $935.00 Cow/Calf Pairs by the pair — to $985.00 Good Cows

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Evanich Accounting purchases K.W. Hoopes; retains staff, locations

Evanich Accounting & Tax LLC has purchased K.W. Hoopes & Associates and will retain the locations and staff members of both firms. Kenny Hoopes, CPA, CFA, founded K.W. Hoopes & Associates in 1985, and he is beginning the transition to retirement. “My staff and I look forward to joining the Evanich team. We have already begun working with Rudy and his staff to integrate our systems,” Hoopes said. Rudy Evanich,

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Classifieds

HELP WANTED Carrollton First UMC is seeking to fill a part-time Custodian position. For the job description, please visit: https://yellowbrickchurch.org/custodian/. Interested persons may send resume, cover letter, 3 references in Word/PDF format via email to office@yellowbrickchurch.org, or mail to Carrollton First UMC, PO Box 85, Carrollton, Ohio 44615, no later than 4pm on February 12, 2021. St. John’s Villa          Full time direct care positions on afternoon and shift nights starting

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Malvern continues dominance on court, tops East Canton 96-49

Malvern was just shy of doubling up the final score when they traveled to East Canton Feb. 6 to face their Inter Valley Conference North Division foe, also known as the Hornets. Malvern returned home with a 96-49 win. Malvern junior Michael Minor recorded a double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds. Four others reached double figures, led by senior Derk Hutchison with 23. Junior Johnny Browning contributed 18 points,

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Warriors top Marlington, set up showdown for EBC title

By Leigh Ann Rutledge CCM Reporter The Carrollton wrestling team returned to the mat Feb. 4 after a COVID-19 hiatus, traveling to Alliance for an Eastern Buckeye Conference (EBC) match with the Marlington Dukes. The Warriors travel to Salem to face Salem and West Branch  this Tuesday, Feb. 9. They host Minerva for senior night in the final regular match of the season Feb. 11. As of Feb. 6, both

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Carrollton FFA to celebrate FFA Week with events, breakfast

Carrollton FFA officers are planning a variety of activities to take place Feb. 22-26 during National FFA Week, 2021.  There will be spirit day each day of the week. Students can dress like a teacher on Monday.  Tuesday will be beach day, complete with Hawaiian shirts. Students can dress for the wild west Wednesday, while Thursday is reserved for throwback to your favorite decade. For Friday, students may need to borrow

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Grand jury indicts four on drug charges

Drug-related indictments were handed down against four-individuals during a half day session Feb. 3. A fifth person was indicted on a firearms charge. They include: JOSEPH E. WITHROW, 34, of Canton, Aggravated Possession of Drugs, a felony of the fifth degree (F5), Possessing Drug Abuse Instruments, a second-degree misdemeanor (M2) and Drug Paraphernalia Offenses (M4). Withrow was found in possession of 58 grams of methamphetamine during a Jan. 21 traffic

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Marshall, Gomez win spelling bees

By Carol McIntire Editor Seventh grader Branden Marshall correctly spelled “esteem” with two e’s and then slowly and decisively spelled f-o-r-b-i-d-d-e-n to win the Carrollton Middle School Spelling Bee Feb. 4 in the high school performing arts center. Marshall and sixth-grade student Emma Nicholas were the only two spellers remaining in a field of 16 after five rounds of competition. Nicholas incorrectly spelled “esteem” with one e, which gave Marshall

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Winter royalty crowned

Classmates select Stoneman, Zinda to wear crowns Seniors Rebecca Stoneman and Trevor Zinda were crowned Carrollton High School Winter Homecoming queen and king Feb. 2 prior to the Carrollton vs. Salem basketball game. Stoneman was crowned by 2020 Queen Kylee Smith and Zinda was crowned by 2020 King Adam Arbogast. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the homecoming dance was not held and there was no theme for the event. Stoneman

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Man admits to setting roommate on fire

Arlen Atkinson indicted on murder, arson, kidnapping, felonious assault charges By Leigh Ann Rutledge and Carol McIntire One day after Arlen A. Atkinson appeared in Carroll County Municipal Court via video conference for a preliminary hearing, a Carroll County grand jury handed down an indictment charging him with the Jan. 23 death of his roommate. Atkinson, 53, of 2101 Bellflower Rd., Malvern, is facing one count of Aggravated Murder, two

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Richard W. “Dick” Ankrom, 81

Richard Wallace “Dick” Ankrom, 81, of Scio passed away Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021, in Union Hospital, Dover of complications from COVID-19. Born June 14, 1939, in Smithfield, he was a son of the late Everett and Stella Ankrom. He worked at the Y&O Coal #2 Mine in Hopedale for around 25 years. Prior to that he worked at the Scio Pottery. Dick was a member of the UMWA Local #1304 and enjoyed

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