Day: April 6, 2021

Charles M. Flanagan, 82

Charles M. Flanagan, 82, of  Dellroy, died Thursday afternoon, April 1, 2021, in the AdventHealth Sebring Hospital in Sebring, FL. Born March 10, 1939, in Dellroy, he was the son of the late Harry McClelland and Sylvia Hinkle Flanagan.  In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife Sandra Kay Easterday Flanagan, whom he married June 25, 1961, and who passed away July 16, 2020. Charles

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High school students create paper flowers for senior citizens

Students in the Carroll Hills high school class recently created Easter flowers to present to senior citizens. The class made about 350 flowers using paper napkins and glued a piece of chocolate candy in the center. The flowers were delivered to the Carroll County Friendship Center March 31, the last day of the 2021 Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month celebration. The theme was “Inclusion is within Everybody’s Ability.”  Each person who

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Classifieds

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 per hour. Full time positions qualify for Medical, dental, vision & life ins and personal time after 90 days and 2 weeks vacation after 1 year of

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March students of month named

Madeline Hoogstraten and Thomas Rutledge were named Carrollton High School students of the month for March. Hoogstraten is the daughter of Amy Hoogstraten of Carrollton. She is a member of the marching, concert and jazz bands; CHS (Caring Helping Sharing) Club, drama club, ladies ensemble and chamber chorus and National Honor Society. She enjoys creative writing and playing video games. She plans to attend Carnegie Mellon University to study writing

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Pidgeon throws one hitter; softball team blanks Beaver Local

Offense explodes for seven runs in second inning By Carol McIntire Editor A seven-run second inning propelled the Carrollton softball team to a 10-0, five-inning shutout over Beaver Local in the season opener March 30 at the Carrollton Field of Dreams. Sunny skies and exceptionally warm temperatures greeted the team as they took the field for the first time since the 2019 season. “It felt amazing to be back on

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Warriors win opener

Strong offensive effort, aggressive base running add up to 13-3 win over Tusky Central Catholic By Carol McIntire Editor Opening day for the Carrollton Warriors baseball team looked more like the first day of summer than the last day of March as temperatures surpassed the 70-degree mark and sunglasses and shorts were appropriate attire for the game. The host Warriors gave the crowd plenty to cheer about as they blew

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Tickets on sale for Republican spring dinner

The Carroll County Republican Central & Executive Committee will hold the annual Spring Dinner May 13.  Keynote speaker is Secretary of State Frank LaRose.  The event will be held at Ohio FFA Camp Muskingum, 3266 Dyewood Rd., SW Carrollton.  A meet and greet will be held from 6 – 6:30 p.m. with dinner and commentary to start promptly at 6:30 p.m. Dinner will include chicken, rigatoni, sides, dessert and non-alcoholic

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Court of Appeals reverses decision of Common Pleas Court; sends Gionino’s case back to trial court

The Seventh District Court of Appeals has reversed a decision by the Carroll County Court of Common Pleas in the case of Gionino’s Pizzeria, Inc. vs. James F. Reynolds, Jr. et al and remanded the matter back to the trial court for a hearing on Gionino’s motion for injunctive relief. Gioinino’s appealed a Jan. 28, 2020, common pleas court order granting the preliminary injunction in part and dening part of

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Card shower set for 95th birthday

A card shower is being held in honor of Wilma Grigsby’s 95th birthday April 13. Wilma resides at Centreville Assisted Living and loves playing cards and spending time with family and friends. She loved crocheting and canning. She is a member of Carroll Eastern Star and the United Presbyterian Church. Prior to retirement, she was employed at Peacock Cleaners and the Villa Restaurant. Wilma has two children, Diane (Ed) Warner

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Committee heads up effort to save community hall from auction block

By Carol McIntire Editor Dellroy Community Hall was built by a group of community-minded residents in the 1990’s for the benefit of the small community. Today, a committee of Dellroy Council is aiming to keep it that way. Building Committee members Amy Graham, L.B. Palmer and Matt Michel are mounting a campaign to return the hall to its former status in the community and make it a break-even or profitable

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