Day: November 23, 2021

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The Nov. 24 issue of The Carroll County Messenger is packed with information for the holiday season and the winter sports season. A list of area holiday events is inside, along with school news and community government reports. Read about your favorite sports teams, who is returning, promising newcomers and more. On newsstands today.

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Injuries reported in house fire

A mother and her four children are homeless after a fire destroyed their home in the early morning hours Nov. 20.  Ralph Castellucci, chief of Great Trail Fire Department, said the department was toned out at 2:26 a.m. for a fully involved structure fire at 49 Arbor Rd., Minerva.  Castellucci said both floors of the two-story home were engulfed when they arrived on scene.  The occupants were out of the

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Evening parade kicks off holiday events in Carrollton

Amsterdam, Minerva hosting December parades CCM Staff Report It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in area communities.  The first light snowfall of the season blanketed parts of the county Nov. 14, setting the mood for the holiday season.  It’s all about lights this year in Carrollton with a Public Square lighting ceremony planned Nov. 27 at 5:30 p.m., followed by the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce Christmas parade,

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Minerva merchants plan Shop Small Saturday event

Minerva will celebrate Small Business Saturday, a day dedicated to the local businesses that create jobs, boost the economy and ensure communities stay strong and vibrant. On Nov. 27, a wide variety of businesses throughout the village will offer discounts, giveaways, door prizes, activities and more. A map of all participating businesses, their hours and special offers will be available at the businesses and on the Minerva Area Chamber of

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Assistance available with winter heating bills through HEAP

The Ohio Department of Development and HARCATUS Tri-County Community Action Organization, Inc. are reminding Ohioans assistance is available to help with home energy bills. The Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) helps Ohioans at or below 175 percent of the federal poverty guidelines pay heating bills. Ohioans who are threatened with disconnection, have been disconnected from their utility service, transferring services, establishing new services, at or below 25 percent fuel, or

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Classifieds

Off-Street Parking  Offstreet parking available in downtown Carrollton.  Paved lot. Close to Courthouse and Public Square.  Reasonable rates.  Call 330-691-0118  or 330-805-7642. 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 and 25 Years Experience! Real Estate

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Herman proposes CV students attend core classes at home school, tech classes at BCC

By Jacquie Humphrey  CCM Correspondent Conotton Valley Local School District Superintendent Todd Herman presented school board members with the option of having Conotton Valley students who attend Buckeye Career Center complete the academic portion of their classes at Conotton Valley. Herman presented statistics he’d compiled on both attendance and financials of the arrangement. Herman stressed he is “not trying to compete with Buckeye as far as skills (training)” goes but

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Dale E. Hull, 93

Dale Eugene Hull, 93, died Nov. 21, 2021, peacefully at Mercy Hospital, Canton. Born Oct. 3, 1928, at home on the family farm in Fox Township, Carroll County, he was a son to father, George E. Hull and mother, Mabel (Ray) Hull.  Dale is survived by his two sons, Skip (Pam) Hull of Los Lunas, NM, and Randy (Linda) Hull of Carrollton; three grandchildren, Scott Hull of Canton, Keri (Hull)

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George K. Butler, 89

George K. Butler, 89, of Salineville, died Saturday, Nov. 20, 2021.  Born Feb. 7, 1932, in Norfolk, OH, he was a son to G. Ross and Grace (Kelley) Butler.  He had worked for Hercules Motors in Canton and the Tennessee Gas Company and was the owner of the Hoot Owl Inn in Malvern.  He graduated from Carrollton High School in 1950 and was a US Army veteran having served in

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Sandra J. Busler, 86

Sandra Jane (Simmons) Busler, 86 of Dallas, OR, died Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021, from complications of Lewy-Body Dementia with her daughters by her side.  Never a dull moment with Sandy as she will been seen driving her golf cart with a bag of clubs, her beloved fishing poles and tackle box, and sewing machine, behind her.  Sandy retired after 30 years teaching in the Carrollton Exempted Village School District.  She began

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2022 county dog license go on sale Dec. 1

Carroll County dog licenses will be on sale Dec. 1 through Jan. 31, 2022, for the 2022 year. Late fees will apply to all tags purchased after Jan. 31, 2022. Cost is $16 for a one-year tag, $48 for a three-year tag, $80 for a kennel license and $160 for a permanent tag. Kennel licenses must be purchased in the Auditor’s office and the applicant must have a valid vendors

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Holiday event listing

Thanksgiving has arrived and holiday events will begin. A listing is provided below.  Activities Carrollton: The Ashton House Museum is open Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. until Dec. 24. Decorated for the season. Located at 120 3rd St. NW, Carrollton.  Nov. 26 – Jonathan White Christmas Concert at 6:30 p.m. at Carrollton Bible Chapel, 365 Steubenville Rd. SE, Carrollton. Public invited with a cookie reception following. Admission is gloves

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Around the county…

November – Mondays – Lunch 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. by donation at the Warren Twp. Community Center on SR 212 in New Cumberland.  Includes many sides, dessert and a drink. Plus, The Loft Resale Shop open 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.   Tuesdays – Carrollton Rotary Club meets at St. John’s Villa at noon.  Thursdays – Women for Christ-Give Back Ministries will host a talk at 5 p.m. about what is

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