Day: September 12, 2023

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NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS The Minerva Local School District Board of Education is accepting proposals from firms to replace the roof for at Minerva Middle School for its Middle School Roof Replacement Project. Interested firms may request an RFP from Gary Chaddock, Superintendent, at or visit the Minerva Local School District webpage, at misd, Proposals will be accepted until 2 p.m. local time, October 20, 2023. Published in

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McDonald and Sutton named Carrollton Students of the Month

Haley McDonald and Nicholas J. Sutton are Carrollton High School September Students of the Month.Haley McDonald is the daughter of Jen and Jeremy McDonald of Mechanicstown. She has two sisters, Zoe and Leah, who are both in the eighth-grade.McDonald is a member of Mrs. Mach’s middle school mentors.Her hobbies include drawing, painting and reading. In the future she plans on attending Kent State University and being some sort of biologist.When

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Banged up Rockets come from behind to top Strasburg 20-14

By Carol McIntireEditorA banged up, short-handed Conotton Valley Rockets team gutted it out Friday for a 20-14 Inter Valley Conference win over the Strasburg Tigers Friday at Leesville.The Rockets were playing without the services of multi-purpose player Kamden Wright and had use of Zach Putnam only on offense.“It took a lot tonight,” Coach Derek O’Hara said after celebrating the win with his team. “We kept fighting and came out on

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Phillips sets new mark, Hornets remain unbeaten

Malvern remained among the ranks of unbeaten with a 27-21 win over the previously unbeaten Tusky Valley Trojans Sept. 9 at Zoar.Hornet quarterback Jared Witherow accounted for all four of his team’s touchdowns.The 6-foot, 4-inch junior found senior Dylan Phillips for an eight-yard touchdown to open the scoring in the first quarter. He connected with junior Rodney Smith for two second-quarter scores on passes of 23 and seven yards. He

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Ribbon cutting complete, splash pad fun begins!

By Carol McIntireEditor“This has been a long time coming!” Carrollton Village Administrator Mark Wells told the crowd gathered at the 5th St. Park Sept. 9.The crowd was assembled for a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new splash pad, a community project made possible by community engagement and donations.“This project was the idea of former councilman and now county commissioner Chris Modranski,” Wells added. “Chris said it would be a great

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Newell family marks 80 years in business

By Carol McIntireEditorBob Newell conducted his first auction in May 1943. In 2023, his family is celebrating the 80th anniversary of the business he built.“Through all those years, it’s been a family operation,” said his son, Bill, sitting in the Canton Rd. office of Newell Realty & Auctions, LLC with his sister, Bonnie Chiurco; wife, Barb; daughter Casey Brunoni; and daughter-in-law, Alyssa Newell. All are part of the business today.“Dad’s

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