Day: May 28, 2024

Mary Ruth McFall, 67

Mary Ruth McFall, 67, of Minerva, passed away at Aultman Health Foundation on Thursday, May 23, 2024.  Mary was born in Canton, Ohio on July 8, 1956, to Lemuel Patrick and Joyce (Richards) Aaron.   Mary’s life was dedicated to caring for others as she worked as an LPN in the healthcare industry. Mary had a variety of interests that brought her joy throughout her life. She cherished attending church at Mt

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Carrollton students learn about nature

Fourth grade students at Carrollton Elementary were treated to a day outdoors with nature May 13. The Carroll Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD), along with its partners, hosted a field day at the school complex on Scio Rd. Stations were set up in the fields behind the school and students rotated from one station to the other where they learned a variety of things, all related to nature, natural

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Indian Creek eliminates Warriors from post season

By Dan Ries CCM Sports Reporter The Indian Creek Redskins scored two unearned runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to defeat the Carrollton Warriors 5-4 in the first round of district baseball action May 20 in Richmond.  The Redskins used three walks, a hit by pitch and a Warrior error to come from behind for the win. The game featured five lead changes. It was the second time

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Elementary school construction moves inside, remains on schedule

By Carol McIntire Editor Carrollton Schools Board of Education members were treated to a tour of the new elementary building during the May 14 meeting.  Brian Malinsky, project manager for the general contractor Greenspace Construction Services, opened a temporary door on the south side of the high school cafeteria and welcomed members into the cafeteria of the new elementary.  About 600 students in grades Pre-K through four will dine on tables

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