Day: October 18, 2022

Malvern announces Fall Homecoming court

Isabella Witherow and KJ Wafler were crowned Malvern High School Fall Homecoming queen and king during a ceremony prior to the Malvern v Newcomerstown football game Oct. 7. Members of the court include: Front row (left to right): Sophomore attendant Audrey Sikorsky, Senior Attendant Emily Nevi, Queen Isabella Witherow, Junior Attendant Abigail Abel and Freshman attendant Amber Gray; (back row) Sophomore attendant Jared Witherow, Senior attendant Frank McClelland, King KJ

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Modern Auto and Truck Parts continues longtime tradition of providing quality customer service

By Thomas ClapperReporterModern Auto and Truck Parts, located at the site of the former Carson Auto Parts on E. Main St. Carrollton, continues to serve the community under new ownership.“Our goal of servicing the community has not changed,” said General Manager Kellen McMillen. “We would like to offer our appreciation to the Rogerson and Carson families for the years of service to the community and the opportunity to purchase a

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Lady Lions win EBC title; Warriors finish third

Minerva won its fifth consecutive Eastern Buckeye Conference (EBC) girls cross country title Oct. 14 at Salem.The Lions won the championship with three runners earning first team EBC honors, led by Hera Hoffee in second place, Caitlyn Hopple third and Kayla Crissman fifth. Hannah Ison placed 12th and Annabelle Crissman 14th to earn second team honors.Carrollton nailed down third place with two runners earning second team EBC status – Elizabeth

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Senior group tees off together one last time

By Carol McIntireEditorA group of five Carrollton High School seniors closed out the most successful three-year run in the history of the school’s golf program at the Division II state golf tournament Oct. 14 on The Ohio State University Scarlet course.The Warriors placed third in the field of 12 teams.It was the third consecutive appearance for the team, which placed third in 2021, and set the bar high for future

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Splash pad donations gain momentum

By Thomas ClapperReporterCarroll County Energy made a donation on Oct. 5 to the Village of Carrollton to go toward a planned water pad at the 5th Street Park.Mayor Bill Stoneman and Village Administrator Mark Wells accepted the check on behalf of the village from Carroll County Energy Facility Manager Merritt Brown.“Anytime we see the community investing in themselves, we want to be a part of that,” said Brown. “It is

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