Day: March 9, 2021

Minerva Community Charitable Fund recognizes donors at annual meeting

The Minerva Community Charitable Fund (MCCF) held its annual meeting via Zoom Jan. 28, electing officers, appointing new board members, highlighting grants given during 2020 and thanking donors. Roger Bartley, who was elected chair during the meeting, noted 2020 grants were awarded to the Minerva Senior Center to aid with the delivery of meals during COVID-19, the Roxy Theatre for a handicap-accessible restroom and the production of “The Odd Couple”,

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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 GUNS Top 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. WANTED Standing Timber & Walnut Trees. CALL Carroll County Logging 330-738-2050  or 440-897-0863 Local

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BCC students qualify for state competitions

A number of Buckeye Career Center students advance to their respective career-technical student organization’s state competition in the coming weeks. All regional competitions were held remotely. HOSA Future Health Professionals members qualifying for the state competition to be held virtually April 12-15 include: Myra Davis (Carrollton), first place in Medical Spelling; Kylie Ferguson (Conotton Valley), third place in Life Support Skills; Victoria Frazee (Carrollton), fourth in Dental Terminology and Colette

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Hawks outscore Hornets late, win district title

Another Hiland-Malvern classic  By Bob Evans Correspondent Over the years the Malvern Hornets and Hiland Hawks have played some classic basketball games. Last Friday’s Division IV district championship will find its way into that category. In a game in which the lead changed hands many times, the Hawks outscored the Hornets 8-2 in the final minute-and-a-half to pull away for a 48-43 victory and a trip to the Sweet

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STATE BOUND: Barker, Carman, Pidgeon; Walker; Burress, Norris, Norris

Different look to state tourney for 2021 The Ohio School Athletic Association’s 84th State Wrestling Tournament is scheduled March 13 and 14 at three separate venues across the state. Due to COVID-19 regulations, each division will be held at a separate location. Division II (which includes wrestlers from Carrollton and Minerva) will take place at Highland (Marengo) High School in Marengo, in Morrow County. Area wrestlers competing in Division II

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William G. Shaw, Jr., 80

William George Shaw Jr., 80, of Minerva, passed away at his home Saturday, Feb. 27, 2021.  Born in Massillon Aug. 29, 1940, he was a son to William George Sr. and Hester (Tuttle) Shaw.  He retired from PCC after 40 years of service.  He served in the US Navy and was a member of VFW Post 4120.  He enjoyed fishing and hunting.  He was the past president of the Minerva

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Lisa A. McAllister, 54

Lisa Ann McAllister, 54 of Homeworth, passed away at Summa Akron City Hospital Saturday, Feb. 27, 2021.  Born March 23, 1966, in Alliance, she was a daughter to Russell and Madolyn (Headley) Kerns.  Lisa graduated from Minerva High School and attended the Salem Branch of Kent State University. She worked at Alliance Community Hospital emergency room as a telephone receptionist. She loved her cats.  Lisa is survived by a daughter, Samantha McAllister

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Craig A. Tice, 67

Craig A. Tice, 67, of Carrollton, passed away after a short illness March 5, 2021, at Aultman Health Foundation.  Born June 12, 1953, in East Liverpool, he was a son to the late Stanley and Vivian (Mathess) Tice. He is survived by two brothers, Jeffrey (Carol) Tice of Carrollton and Kevan (Debbie) Tice of Boardman; his uncle, Dale (Jean) Tice of Irondale; and his special friends, Dave (Patty) Bell of

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Rev. David J. Paul, 73

David John Paul, 73 of Buffalo Mills, PA, passed away peacefully going to his eternal home March 4, 2021, while surrounded by his family at his home.   Born Aug. 30, 1947, in Cumberland, MD, he was a son of the late Walter Edward Paul and Leona Luwela (Eversole) Paul.   David married Mildred Louise Caldwell Paul on June 27,1969. She preceded him in death Aug. 31, 2009.  David and Mildred spent 40

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Janet E. Chappell, 92

Janet E. Chappell, 92, of Centreville Village of Carroll County in Carrollton, went to be with her Lord Sunday morning, Feb. 28, 2021, in Centreville Village surrounded by her loving family. Born July 19, 1928, in Columbia, PA, she was the daughter of the late Clarence Deury and Violet May Ressler Nagle. Her husband, Harold M. Chappell, Sr., whom she married Oct. 19, 1950, passed away Aug. 25, 2011. In addition

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All-day fish fry set at Our Lady of Mercy hall

Our Lady of Carroll County Knights of Columbus 15401 will hold an all-day fish fry Friday, March 19, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the church hall on the corner of Moody Ave. Fried fish and baked salmon patty dinners will be available. Sides available include onion rings, fresh cut fries, macaroni and cheese, coleslaw and applesauce. Individually packaged desserts will be included with all dinners. New this year will

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National Ag Day display focuses on soybeans

“Soybeans” are the theme of the window display at the Carroll County District Library in recognition of National Ag Day, March 23. The display, an outreach of the Carroll County Farm Bureau, will be on view until the first part of April. Vickie Caldwell has been decorating a library window for 18 years. Themes revolve around a “book of the year” chosen by the Farm Bureau. The book featured is

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Sherrodsville man indicted on rape, related sex charges by grand jury

A Sherrodsville man was indicted by a Carroll County grand jury with multiple sex-related charges dating back to 2001. Rickie A. Garbrandt, 57 of 6382 Crane Road SW, Sherrodsville, was indicted on two counts of) Rape, each a first-degree felony (F1), one count of Attempted Rape (F2), two Sexual Battery (F2), three counts of Sexual Battery (F3), four counts of Gross Sexual Imposition, (F3) and one count of Unlawful Sexual

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Baker trial set to begin July 9

A two-week trial is scheduled to begin July 9 in Carroll County Common Pleas Court in the voluntary manslaughter trial of Carroll County Sheriff Deputy Jacob Baker. Visiting Judge Linton D. Lewis released a scheduling order last week that includes time lines for filing motions, disclosing expert witnesses, filing exhibits intended to be used at trial and the filing of pre-trial motions. A status conference/plea is scheduled June 18 at

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DREAM COMES TRUE

‘for little kid from Carrollton’ By Carol McIntire Editor Many of us find ourselves sitting in front of the television watching a college or professional championship contest and wondering… “What would it be like to participate in a post game celebration – confetti falling from the sky, hugs, smiles, tears, trophies and overwhelming joy?” For most of us, it’s only a dream, but for one Carrollton native, it became reality

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SR9, 171 intersection crash claims life

Leetonia man dies from injuries, two others hospitalized CCM Staff Report A Leetonia man was killed and two others injured in a two-vehicle crash at 12:49 p.m. March 5 at the intersection of SR 171 and SR9. Carroll County Sheriff Dale Williams identified the deceased as Lawrence A. Darner, 79 of Leetonia. Williams said Darner and his granddaughter, 21-year-old Madison Yvonne Woody of the same address, were taken to Aultman

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