Day: November 15, 2022

John’s Bakery and Café opens in former Classic ’57 building

By Thomas ClapperReporterJohn’s Bakery and Café is open and continues to provide the same services as the previous Classic ’57, but with the promise of future additions.John Myers returned to his hometown of Minerva after 35 years and multiple successful businesses in San Antonio, Texas, with the intention of retiring. In the past Myers had a restaurant in Hanoverton and in Texas he ran an event center for catering and

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Carrollton FFA Chapter attends 95th annual National FFA convention

The Carrollton FFA Chapter recently attended the 95th National FFA Convention in Indianapolis in October. Fourteen members attended the convention sessions, toured Indianapolis Motor Speedway, NCAA Hall of Champions and Fastenal.Brooke Fritz, a 2020 Carrollton High School graduate, earned her American FFA degree.The daughter of Byron and Christina Fritz, she is a college student studying Ag Business. She is a past president of the Carrollton FFA Chapter and exhibited steers at

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Football communications team retires after 30+ years

The men responsible for making sure coaches in the press box could communicate with coaches on the sideline at Carrollton football games have both retired.Tom Haun placed the headsets in the case for the final time after Carrollton’s playoff game against Steubenville Big Red Oct. 28. His partner, John Wenner, retired after the COVID season (2020).The Carrollton residents served as the caretakers of the headsets for over 30 years for

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Carrollton elementary programs also provide history lessons

By Carol McIntireEditorCarrollton elementary students honored veterans and received a lesson in history from those who served during Nov. 11 ceremonies.Students in grades 1-5 gathered in the gymnasium for the annual celebration, kicked off with individual readings by students. Fifth grader Haylee Lucas capped off the readings by introducing her guest for the day, her cousin, Ben Bryan, the keynote speaker.Bryan, a member of the Ohio National Guard, turned his

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School board agrees to release report from earlier Quattrochi investigation

By Carol McIntireEditorCarrollton School Board of Education members met in executive session for an hour and 45 minutes immediately after opening the Nov. 8 meeting.The session was to discuss compensation and investigation.The board did not take action following the session, but as its final agenda item of the meeting, approved a resolution to release Attorney Lauren Tompkin’s final investigation report of allegations made against Superintendent Dr. David Quattrochi by school

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