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Fair board opens 10 bids for new show barn construction

By Carol McIntireEditorTen companies submitted bids for the construction of a new show barn at the county fairgrounds, ranging in price from a low of $479,900 to a high of $975,316.The bids were opened during a special meeting to the Ag Society (fair board) Jan. 12 in the Rosebud Mining

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Buckeye Career Center sophomore visitation event is Feb. 1-5

Buckeye Career Center will host area sophomores Feb. 1-5 for in-person visits. The event, which usually occurs in November, was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but will occur with extra precautions in place.  The visits are intended for students in Tuscarawas, Carroll and Holmes counties who are interested in

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Conotton Valley’s Autumn Brown named student of the month

Conotton Valley senior Autumn Brown was one of three persons named January students of the month at Buckeye Career Center. Two high school students were chosen for the honor for demonstrating January’s core value of critical thinking. One adult education student was also chosen for the honor.  Brown is a

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Build a snowman and join the fun in February

Regardless of the weather, Public Square will be filled with “Snowmen on the Square” from Feb. 15-27. Sponsored by the Carroll County Convention and Visitors Bureau (CCCVB) and Carrollton First United Methodist Church, the event is open to families and individuals, schools, community groups, civic organizations, clubs and company teams.

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Monroe Twp. sets PPE distribution Jan. 23

Monroe Township trustees are planning a PPE (personal protective equipment) giveaway Jan. 23 for township residents. The event will be held at the township hall, located on Roswell Rd. at the east edge of Dellroy, from 9-11 a.m. The packet includes masks, gloves, sanitizer and a thermometer. In the photo

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Brown Local teachers-school board agree on new 3-year pact

The Brown Local Board of Education approved an agreement with the Malvern Education Association at the Jan. meeting with pay increases in each of the next three years. The two parties mutually agreed to reopen negotiations and to follow an Interest Based Bargaining (IBB) format.  Successful Interest Based Bargaining is

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Mental strength over emotion

For county home boss, COVID battle becomes personal CCM Staff Report Dawn Faulk has spent most of her adult life serving Carroll County’s most vulnerable population and knows first-hand the impact of COVID-19 on the community. “I strongly feel this community has the heart, compassion and strength needed to end

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Vaccination begins this week for 80 and over age group

By Carol McIntire Editor Carroll County is beginning rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine to senior citizens this 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

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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

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