Day: November 30, 2021

Livestock Quotes Nov. 29

CYA Exchange, LLC Sale Date: 11/29/2021 Total # of Head Sold: 175 Cattle Feeder Cattle Light Steers & Bulls 250-525# $81.00 to $142.00 Heavy Steers & Bulls 525-900# $56.00 to $111.00 Light Heifers 250-525# $50.00 to $125.00 Heavy Heifers 525-900# $77.00 to $116.00 Cows Bred Cow by the head — to $685.00 Cow/Calf Pairs by the pair — to $810.00 Good Cows $54.00 to $63.00 Medium Cows $44.00 to $53.50

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On newsstands today!

Pick up a copy of the Dec. 1 issue of The Carroll County Messenger for holiday information, including the gift guide, parade results and more.  Find out the new “item” you can borrow from the Carroll County District Library and see winter sports teams opening games. 

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Health department investigating E.coli outbreak at Stony Lake

By Leigh Ann Rutledge CCM Reporter The Carroll County General Health District (health department) board learned of an E. coli issue at Stony Lake during the Nov. 17 meeting.  According to Courtney Grossman, director of environmental health, there could be several reasons for the issue. She noted the lake has been drained due to a dam issue and a lot of the homes are up for sale. The lots are

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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 Take advantage

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Warrior bowling teams earn split in opening week action

Carrollton varsity bowling teams couldn’t muster enough pins to get past Perry on the opening day of the 2021-22 regular season but rebounded the following day to earn wins over Jackson. The boys team fell to Perry 2,759-2,571 at Hall of Fame Lanes in Canton and defeated Jackson 2,476-2,360 at Parke Center while the Lady Warriors fell by 33 pins to Perry, 2,565 – 2,532 and downed Jackson 2,291-1642. Boys

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Audrey Cole murder trial scheduled to begin Dec. 6

The jury trial of Audrey Cole, also known as Audrey Branch, is scheduled to begin Dec. 6 in Carroll County Common Pleas Court.  Cole, 34, has been held in the county jail since being charged with murder and felonious assault in the May 3 shooting death of Matthew Michael Mott, with whom she resided, at 6344 Arbor Rd. NE, Mechanicstown. Cole is represented by Attorney April Campbell and Atty. Chase

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COVID booster doses available

 A booster dose of COVID-19 vaccine is now available for individuals who have received the first and second doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine only at least 6 months ago (or a third dose if immunocompromised), and at least 18 years old. Booster doses are also authorized for all recipients of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine at least two months following the initial dose, or at least

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Around the county…

December – 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.  Dec. 4 – Community Breakfast at Loudon Twp. Community Center 7:30-10 a.m. Includes eggs, bacon, sausage, French

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Holiday Event Calendar

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.  Dec. 3 & 4 – McCook House Civil War Museum ‘Unveiling of the Trees’ at the museum in Carrollton from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event is free. Donations are welcome. Dec. 2 – Christmas Favors Make & Take class at

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Evening Christmas parade a hit!

By  Leigh Ann Rutledge CCM Associate Editor Like a scene from a Hallmark movie, a light snow fell as people lined the streets in Carrollton for the first night Christmas parade.  Bundled up against the chill in the air, parade goers of all ages waited for the arrival of Santa and Mrs. Claus. Their “sleigh”, a restored 1931 Chevrolet fire engine owned by Ron and JoAnn Dennis. On cue, when the

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