Day: January 17, 2023

Lambert re-elected to lead council

By Thomas ClapperReporterCarrollton Village Council held its first meeting of the new year on Jan. 9. Council voted Wilma Lambert once again president pro-tem of council.Village Administrator Mark Wells reported he attended OPWC District 14 Integrating Committee meeting. He received documentation indicating the village’s 3rd St. storm water improvement project has received funding requested, including a $100,000 grant and a zero percent interest loan of $79,750.The remaining balance of the

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Experienced Warrior team dominates young Lions in cross-county rivalry

By Carol McIntireEditorCarrollton Coach Mike Aukerman’s boys basketball team won its ninth straight game in dominating fashion last week, downing rival Minerva 68-41 in the CHS gym.With the win, Carrollton improved to 11-2 and 4-1 in the Eastern Buckeye Conference (EBC).“We knew they had some close games recently and were capable of playing with anybody in spite of their inexperience,” Aukerman said following the win. “We knew we had the

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Area wrestlers crowned Top Gun champs

CCM Staff ReportCarrollton crowned two champions and Minerva one at the 26th annual Top Gun wrestling tournament Jan. 13 and 14 at Alliance.2023 marked the return of the top-rated tournament after a two-year absence due to COVID.The Warriors earned third place in the team standings with 125.5 points, narrowly missing the runner-up spot, claimed by Streetsboro with 128.5 points. Nordonia won the title with 163 points. Minerva placed 12th with

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John Gregg students recognized for excellence

John Gregg Elementary is taking time to recognize students who strive for excellence in classwork, behavior and attendance.Principal Tammy Burchfield said the school has always placed its focus on supporting students’ needs but is now touting those who go the extra mile. This year, pupils who stand out are touted during their lunchtimes and receive “Burchfield Bucks” to save or purchase popcorn and items from the Spirit Corner store operated

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Malvern man joins Veterans Service Commission board

Sergeant Preston G. Anderson is joining the Veterans Service Commission of Carroll County as an at-large member.Anderson, a Malvern resident, was sworn in by Carroll County Common Pleas Judge Michael Repella, II during a ceremony Jan. 12.As per law, Repella appoints members to the commission.He is a 12-year army veteran, having served in Iraq IOF 1 and is active in the Malvern American Legion and Minerva Veterans of Foreign Wars

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‘Locomotion’ propels
Bowery to spelling bee title

By Thomas ClapperCCM ReporterCarrollton Middle School has two champions from its Jan. 11 spelling bee at the Carrollton Schools PAC.Aubrie Raines is the winner of the fifth-grade bee with the word “address” and Brayden Bowery is the winner of six through eight-grade bee with the word “locomotion.”Rose Seck served as pronouncer and judges were Acting Superintendent Dave Davis, Director of Special Services Tricia Green and Elementary Principal Matt Nicholas.The fifth-grade

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