Day: April 27, 2021

Livestock Quotes April 26

CYA Exchange, LLC Sale Date: 4/26/2021 Total # of Head Sold: 211 Cattle Feeder Cattle Light Steers & Bulls 250-525# $100.00 to $146.00 Heavy Steers & Bulls 525-900# $75.00 to $132.00 Light Heifers 250-525# $91.00 to $44.00 Heavy Heifers 525-900# $80.00 to $126.00 Dairy Steers & Bulls 250-900# $50.00 to $76.00 Cows Bred Cow by the head $825.00 to $835.00 Cow/Calf Pairs by the pair — to $1,100.00 Good Cows

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County health dept. moving away from mass vaccinations

By Leigh Ann Rutledge CCM Reporter The Carroll County General Health District is going to change how they distribute COVID vaccinations. Kelly Engelhart, director of nursing, explained they are moving away from mass vaccinations to outreach and community based during the April 21 meeting. “We will be going to where people live, work and play,” she stated, even though it will be slower (way to vaccinate), but the steady way

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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. Full time night shift starting at $10.99 per hour,  bonus for perfect attendance each 2-week pay period. Full time positions qualify for medical, dental, vision & life ins. and personal time after 90 days and 2 weeks vacation after 1 year of full time employment. Summer help in maintenance dept. with experience

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Knipp, Culp named students of the month

Josh Knipp and Hope Culp were named Carrollton High School April Students of the Month. Knipp is the son of Joe and Rae Knipp of Carrollton. He has two older brothers, ages 22 and 23. He played football and enjoys hunting and fishing. Knipp plans to attend Kent State University and have a career with the State Highway Patrol. Who has influenced him and why? “My dad because he taught

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Conotton Valley seniors poised for early graduation

Ceremony scheduled May 2 The 41 members of the Conotton Valley Class of 2021 will accept their diplomas earlier than normal this year. Due to the construction schedule at the new Rocket Center, graduation was moved from the traditional date near the end of May to the first Sunday of the month, May 2. The ceremony will be held in the football stadium. “The last day of school for students

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Hornets pick up IVC win over TCC

The Malvern Hornets baseball team defeated Tuscarawas Central Catholic 8-1 at home April 19. Top hitters for the Hornets included Ethan Bush with three singles and three runs; Noah Ball, two doubles and two RBI’s; Adam Moser, three singles and Connor Lefevre, two singles. The Hornets scored one run in the first and fifth innings and two runs in the second, fourth and sixth innings. Derk Hutchison was the winning

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School campus beautification project, plans for elementary building outlined at meeting

By Leigh Ann Rutledge CCM Reporter Carrollton School Board heard of possible plans to beautify the middle/high school campus during the April 13 meeting. Ryan Borland, Ag Education teacher, updated members on the efforts for beautification of the campus.  A Carrollton School Tree Donation project for “plant a tree-support our roots” was created and continues for anyone wishing to purchase a tree, shrub or perennial/floral plant. Anyone interested, should contact

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National Day of Prayer observations set

On Public Square, Carrollton The Carroll County Ministerial Association will host the county’s annual observance of The National Day of Prayer May 6 on Public Square in Carrollton.  Community residents are invited to gather on Public Square (rain location: First Presbyterian Church, 200 N. Lisbon Street) to lift communities and the country in prayer. Community members will read scripture from 11 to 11:50 a.m. with the formal program to begin

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Gary Lee resentencing hearing scheduled May 24

CCM Staff Report Gary D. Lee will be resentenced via video conference from the Lorain Correctional Institute May 24 at 1:30 p.m. The resentencing hearing is a result of an appeal filed by Lee’s attorney, Aaron Kovalchik of North Canton, with the Seventh District Court of Appeals of Lee’s conviction in Carroll County Common Pleas Court Jan. 27, 2020, by a jury. The court reversed and vacated two convictions for

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