Day: March 23, 2021

Timberlake named Carrollton police chief

Carrollton council accepted Mayor Bill Stoneman’s recommendation to hire Tim Timberlake as the replacement for Chief of Police Robert Ellington during the March 22 meeting. Stoneman said they interviewed five candidates, including two who are village employees. Timberlake, a Carrollton resident, retired after almost 30 years with the Ohio State Highway Patrol. He will begin his duties near the end of April when Ellington retires.

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Youth wrestlers capture third place at tournament

Carrollton Youth wrestlers competed at the Bulldog Open in St. Clairsville Feb. 27. The team placed third out of 23 teams. Wrestlers are shown above. They include (front from left): Masen Wood, Austin Newsome, Camden Poole and Rykr Plunket. Row two: Taylor Fewkes, Nick Sampson, Joanna Hart and Kadence Ullman. Row three: Logan Sampson, Jaxon Sutton, Noah Jenkins, Jayden Sutton, Levi Kiko, Cohen Little, Michael Ullman and Gavin Godfrey.

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Warrior Wash & Detail: Spring clean your ride

By Leigh Ann Rutledge Associate Editor Mason Stackhouse and Chris Gamble share a love of cruising in a nice, clean vehicle. Both men have been involved with detailing automobiles for several years and decided to combine their talents and open “Warrior Wash & Detail.” The new business, which opened March 8, is located at 617 Canton Rd. NW, Carrollton, in the front section of the R & L Auto Service

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Emergency service recognition includes proclamations for citizen valor, lifetime service

By Carol McIntire Editor Emergency Services Appreciation Day took on a new look this year. The annual appreciation event that recognizes emergency personnel from the disciplines of firefighting, emergency medical services, police and sheriff service was expanded to include a resolution for lifetime service to the community and citizen valor. Commissioner President Bob  Wirkner  presided over the ceremony, held during the March 18 meeting of commissioners.  He noted the 2020

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Busby earns  BCC adult honor

Buckeye Career Center (BCC) has named the March Student of the Month recipients. The Adult Education Student of the Month is Medical Assisting AM student Micah Busby of Bowerston. Busby is a Conotton Valley graduate and has volunteered for Community Hospice. She enrolled in Medical Assisting after taking the high school Intro to Nursing program at BCC. Her instructor, Sandy Moss nominated her for the honor. “Micah is an excellent

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HELP WANTED St. John’s Villa full- time direct care positions on afternoon shift starting at $11.25 per hour, plus .50 cents an hour bonus for  perfect attendance each 2 week pay period. Full and part time positions also available on day shift starting at $9.15 her hour. Full time positions qualify for medical, dental, vision & life insurance and personal time after 90 days and 2 weeks vacation after 1

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Garbrandt released on recognizance bond

Bond was set at $100,000 personal recognizance for a Sherrodsville man facing multiple sex-related charged. Carroll County Common Pleas Judge Michael V. Repella, II, set bond for Rickie A. Garbrandt, 57, of 6382 Crane Rd. SW, during an arraignment hearing March 18. He entered a not guilty pleas to all 13 charges. A grand jury indicted Garbrandt March 3 on two counts of Rape, each a first-degree felony (F1), one

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9-1-1 coordinator: We will get EMS to your home

By Carol McIntire Editor House numbering in Carroll County was once again a topic of discussion for county commissioners. 9-1-1 Coordinator Cheryl Keyser appeared at the March 18 session to discuss the system used for dispatching emergency services and how the department has been able to work around incorrect house numbers over the years. “As everyone knows we did an electronic map project with commissioners before the county went to

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