Day: September 19, 2023

Fake money purchases lead to indictments

A Carroll County grand jury indicted two area men for using fake money to purchase items in Dellroy and Malvern during a full-day session Sept. 6.According to Carroll County Prosecuting Attorney Steven D. Barnett, the grand jury heard testimony from 15 witnesses involving 14 cases. Indictments were returned in all 14 cases.TIMOTHY S. CZUCHAJ, 47, of 117 S. Reed, Malvern, and CHARLES L. STOUT, 56, of 604 N. Lisbon St.

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Linkers remain unbeaten with win over Aviators

The Carrollton Warriors girls golf team remained unbeaten in regular season matches last week, picking up five matches.The Warriors improved to 14-0 overall and 7-0 in Eastern Buckeye Conference (EBC) action as the regular season winds down and tournament play begins.The week began Sept. 11 with a home match at Carroll Meadows against Louisville, which the Lady Warriors won 180-192. Claire Hostetler carded a 36 to lead the winners. Ashlee

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Hornet fireworks fizzle, high powered Cardinal offense explodes for 40-7 win

By Carol McIntireEditorThe fireworks expected when the unbeaten Malvern Hornets hosted the once-beaten Sandy Valley Cardinals Sept. 15 didn’t materialize.The Hornets had no answer for the high-powered Cardinal offense and the Cardinals had a successful game plan that shut down the Malvern offense. The result: a lopsided 40-7 Sandy Valley win.Cardinal Coach Brian Gamble called his team’s defensive effort, “unbelievable.”“Ben Thomas, our defensive coordinator, put together an amazing game plan,”

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Warriors get mojo back, roll over Garfield

By Dan RiesSports ReporterAnyone arriving late to their seat Friday at Community Field likely missed the first touchdown by the Carrollton Warriors on their way to a 41-20 win over the Akron Garfield Golden Rams.After receiving the opening kickoff on their own 31-yard line, Ryan Kiko took the handoff on a second-down play through the left side of the line and to the endzone for a 69-yard touchdown. Only 21

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Bay Rd. barn fire ruled arson, investigation underway

Law enforcement officials are investigating a Sept. 11 barn fire in Lee Township.Carroll County Sheriff Calvin Graham confirmed the fire was arson but would not name a suspect.A report filed by Major Jonathan Kampfer stated a fire was started in two separate buildings on a farm at 7074 Bay Rd. A wheelbarrow filled with rags was on fire in the milking parlor. Fires were burning in two separate spots on

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Community comes together to rehab Zinda sisters’ home

By Carol McIntireEditorAn “Extreme Makeover – Amsterdam style” is taking place in the small village in southern Carroll County.Thanks to donors and volunteers from near and far, the childhood home of Joy Knox and Jeanne Zinda has been transformed over the last few months.Jeanne, confined to a wheelchair since birth due to Spina Bifida, has lived in the home all her life. Her sister, Joy Knox, has been caring for

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