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STATE OF WISCONSIN  CIRCUIT COURT RACINE COUNTY Traditional Mortgage Acceptance Corporation 3900 Capital City Blvd. Lansing, MI 48906 Plaintiff, v. The Lee A. Guenzler and Pearl D. Guenzler Revocable Trust u/a/d February 23, 2005 a/k/a Lee A Guenzler and Pearl D Guenzler Revocable Trust Agreement dated The 23rd Day of February, 2005 c/o Oliver L. Guenzler, Successor Trustee 4241 Duchess Road Sherrodsville, OH 44675                                     Defendant. THE STATE OF WISCONSIN,

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Livestock Quotes July 11

CYA Exchange, LLC Sale Date: 7/11/2022 Total # of Head Sold: 148 Cattle Feeder Cattle Light Steers & Bulls 250-525# $134.00 to $160.00 Heavy Steers & Bulls 525-900# $106.00 to $159.00 Light Heifers 250-525# $135.00 to $143.00 Heavy Heifers 525-900# $125.00 to $150.00 Dairy Steers & Bulls 250-900# $58.00 to $78.00 Cows Bred Cow by the head — to $975.00 Cow/Calf Pairs by the pair $1,250.00 to $2,400.00 Good Cows

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Wild turkey blamed for SR 164 fatal accident

CCM Staff Report A wild turkey is blamed for a motorcycle accident that took the life of an East Liverpool woman June 5 in Orange Township. Carroll County Sheriff Dale Williams said the accident remains under investigation. Preliminary details indicate Oliver James Humphrey, 72, and his wife, Sheila Denise Humphrey, 69, of East Liverpool were driving west on SR 164 (Amsterdam Rd.) just east of New Hagerstown about 2:42 p.m.

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Leggett defeats Nuzzolillo in Republican race for county commissioner

By Carol McIntire Editor In the only local contested race on the May 3 primary election ballot, Carroll County Republicans chose Donald Leggett, II as their candidate for the Jan. 1 term of county commissioner. Leggett garnered 65 percent of the 3,464 votes cast to defeat political newcomer Ronald Nuzzolillo 2,242-1,222. No Democrats filed petitions for the seat, leaving Leggett the only candidate on the November ballot. Anyone wishing to

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Around the county…

Mondays – Lunch 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. by donation at  Warren Twp. Community Center on SR 212, New Cumberland. The Loft Resale Shop is open 10 a.m-1 p.m.    Tuesdays – Carrollton Rotary Club meets at St. John’s Villa at noon.  Wednesdays – Story Time for ages 0-5 and their caregivers at Minerva Library 10:30-11 a.m. Songs, stories, early learning activities. Cancelled if Minerva Schools are closed.  Thursdays – Evening Family

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New name, new look for senior care provider

 CHCC Companies has rebranded itself with a new name and look. Now Inspira Health Group, the identity better reflects the experience residents receive at the group’s five locations across Northeast Ohio.  “The changes to the Inspira Health Group name and logo highlight the progress we have made as a company. As forward thinkers, we’re breaking the stereotypes of what senior care really is, from using advanced medical technologies to

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Ulman is student of month at BCC

 Devan Ulman was named the Adult Education Student of the Month for December at Buckeye Career Center (BCC).  A graduate of Carrollton High School and BCC, he is enrolled in the Welding Technology program. Outside of school, Ulman is a trustee at Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church and a 4-H volunteer. He hopes to eventually own his own welding company.  Ulman was nominated by his instructor, Marvin Menefee. “Devan

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Mary Jane (Marshall) Schmitt, 88

Mary Jane (Marshall) Schmitt, 88, passed away Aug. 8, 2021. Born July 5, 1933, she was a daughter to the late Ellis and Lucille Marshall. Jane graduated valedictorian of the Carrollton Schools Class of 1952. She received her undergraduate degree from Hiram College and her master’s degree in Chemistry from Case Western Reserve. Jane was retired from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. She is survived by two

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Deborah Lynn Dobbins, 63

Deborah Lynn Dobbins, 63, of Malvern, passed away at her home Thursday, Aug. 12, 2021.  Born Aug. 5, 1958, in Canton, she was a daughter to William and Rosa Maxine (Hillyer) Watson.   Deborah enjoyed gardening, camping, garage sales and spending time with her best friend, Debbie Smith. She also enjoyed spending time with the family, especially her grandchildren. She would have the entire family together for Memorial Day and all the grandchildren

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Melvin Kohler, 80

Melvin J. Kohler, 80, of Amsterdam, died Thursday, May 27, 2021 in his home. A son of the late Howard “Earl” and Froma (Kohler) Kohler, he was born May 17, 1941, in Kilgore, where he grew up on the family farm. During his life, Melvin attended both Kilgore and Carrollton schools.  He worked at times as a truck driver and dozer operator, as well as in the coal fields and

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STATE BOUND: Barker, Carman, Pidgeon; Walker; Burress, Norris, Norris

Different look to state tourney for 2021 The Ohio School Athletic Association’s 84th State Wrestling Tournament is scheduled March 13 and 14 at three separate venues across the state. Due to COVID-19 regulations, each division will be held at a separate location. Division II (which includes wrestlers from Carrollton and Minerva) will take place at Highland (Marengo) High School in Marengo, in Morrow County. Area wrestlers competing in Division II

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Virtual tour of Buckeye Career Center is Feb. 26

Buckeye Career Center (BCC) is releasing a new way for prospective students, their family members, and the community to tour the career center during the existing health pandemic.  BCC will release to the public a 360-degree virtual tour Feb. 26  at 2:30 p.m. on the career center’s website. It can be found by visiting www.BuckeyeCareerCenter.org. Visitors will then click on the blue “Virtual Tour” box in the top right corner.

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Carrollton grad named Edison teacher of month

Joanne Johnston is Edison High School’s Employee of the Month for January. She has worked at Edison full-time for 18 years and has an education degree in Dairy Science and Agricultural Business, plus she has served as a substitute for four years. Johnston has held a variety of positions throughout the years including cook, special needs preschool and general education preschool aide, kindergarten aide, attendance aide and special education aide.  

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COVID-19 vaccine rollout begins with Jan. 20 clinic

By Carol McIntire Editor Carroll County is scheduled to begin rollout of COVID-19 vaccine to senior citizens next week. In her weekly report, Kelly Engelhart, director of nursing at the county general health district, said vaccinations for those 80 and over will begin with a drive-thru clinic Jan. 20 at the county transit building, 2205 Commerce Dr., just off SR 9 across from the Golden Age Retreat. Clinics will be

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Warriors recognize coach during Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The Carrollton Warriors football team wore pink jerseys during the Oct. 2 game to celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but chose to honor one of their own fighting cancer prior to the contest with Cambridge. The Warriors recognized Coach Josh Beadnell, who was diagnosed with cancer in June 2020, and his family during pre-game festivities. The coach is undergoing treatment for a high-grade glioma (brain cancer).

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Warriors shut out Lions in soggy season opener

Carrollton scored twice in the second quarter and once in the third and fourth quarters as they shut out the Minerva Lions 28-0 in lightning-delayed contest at Community Field. Dominick Speelman ran for an 11-yard touchdown in the second quarter and Jarod Becknell added the extra point. Sophomore Brock Smith caught a 26-yard pass from Luke Warner with 3:04 remaining in the first half. Becknell’s extra point gave Carrollton a

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Stirring Salineville area mural honors service on earth, in heaven

By Eric Lowe CCM Correspondent Artist Joey “Mushroom” Wilson reached out and touched the sky with a beautiful mural painting on a Carroll County horse arena. The mural attempts viewers’ thoughts of patriotism that will easily persuade community spirit, specifically on one’s love of country. “The mural pays tribute to God, country, and our military,” Wilson said. “Being proud of what you have and honoring the men and women, who

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Pamela K. Yingling, 70

Pamela K. (Oser) Yingling, 70, of Carrollton, passed away Tuesday morning, June 16, 2020, at Mercy Medical Center in Canton. Born Aug. 4, 1949, in Barberton, she was the daughter of the late Paul and Mildred Garman Oser.  Pamela attended St. Phillip Elementary, St. James Middle School and Northwest High School. In 1970, she completed nursing training at Timken Mercy. She married, Joseph N. Yingling, June 19, 1971, in St. George Catholic Church in Clinton, OH. She and Joseph lived in Canal Fulton until

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Sharing a message of peace

Garrett Grimes of Carrollton was the only person who shared a message during a rally on Public Square in Carrollton Sunday afternoon. Grimes stood at the north end of Public Square holding an orange peace sign and waving at motorist. “My message is love,” he said. “These are crazy times.” Law enforcement, who were alerted to a possible protest, were prepared to handle the situation if it got out of

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Police confiscate large amount of fentanyl during traffic stop

Two Akron men are sitting in the Carroll County jail after Carrollton Police discovered “an enormous amount” of fentanyl during a May 29 early morning traffic stop. Carrollton Police Chief Bob Ellington told The Messenger Patrolman Lionel Woods initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle on East Main St. just before 1 a.m. During the stop, 67.75 grams of a substance believed to be fentanyl was confiscated.    “That’s equal

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Classifieds

Truck/Welder 2003 F-350 4WD, Flat Bed, 61,000 Miles $20,000 OBO! Also Classic II Welding Machine, 2900 Hrs. $8500 OBO. 330-627-6366. Guns & AmmoBUYINGTop prices paid for clean pre owned guns, rifles, handguns, and thompson center muzzleloaders, estate purchases also. RUNZO’S Outdoor Sports on the strip St. Rt. 62 in Beloit 330-537-2137. Check Us Out on FB.Guns & AmmoDick’s Gun Shop, 10021 Malibu Rd., Minerva, 44657, Mon., Tues., Thurs., 7 pm

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Jean Kintigh celebrates 100th birthday with family

Family and friends honored Jean L. Kintigh on her 100th birthday Saturday with signs, flowers and balloons.Jean, a resident at Carroll Health Care, gazed out the window at family as they celebrated. Born May 9, 1920, Jean is a daughter of the late Thurman and Olive (Swank) Rice. She was raised in Stark County with her sisters and brothers, Catherine (Scholink) of California, Joyce (Cassidy) of Arizona and the late

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Livestock Quotes May 4, 2020

CYA Exchange, LLC dba Carrollton Livestock Auction Sale Date: 5/4/2020 Total # of Head Sold: 96 Cattle Feeder Cattle Light Steers & Bulls 250-525# $129.00 to $140.00 Heavy Steers & Bulls 525-900# $95.00 to $136.00 Light Heifers 250-525# $107.00 to $142.00 Holstein Steers & Bulls 250-900# $57.00 to $60.00 Cows Bred Cow by the head $500.00 to $810.00 Cow/Calf Pairs by the pair $875.00 to $1,150.00 Good Cows $60.00 to

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