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Deli On The Square opens with all-new menu

By Thomas ClapperReporterOwning a business like Deli On The Square has been a goal of owner Laura Byler for years.“I was going to open a food truck eventually,” said Byler. “Then one day Donna Saur of Donna’s Deli said, ‘Why don’t you just buy this place,’ and that is how

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Dellroy church hosting three Holy Week services

With a passionate desire to share and tell the miraculous story of Easter, the congregation of Christ Community Church in Dellroy is preparing three very special Holy Week services.Following the last week of Jesus’ life here on earth, it will share the story through acting, singing, dancing, lighting, sound effects

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Minerva honor society celebrates induction of new members

Minerva National Honor Society inducted 22 juniors and one senior during a March 1 ceremony.The tapping ceremony consisted of the presentation of the National Honor Society pin, card and key during an impressive candlelight ceremony.The newly elected senior is: Aaron Honeycutt, son of Beau and Chrisana Welden.Newly elected juniors are:

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And now there is one…

By Jan H. KennedyThere were no appearances on Dick Clark’s “American Bandstand.”We didn’t buy pink Cadillacs for our mothers like Elvis did and no company paid us outrageous money to wear their tennis shoes. That was not what fate had in store for the Del-Royals.Who were the Del-Royals?Many of you

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Woman convicted in 2022 of starving horses skips town

By Carol McIntireEditorA woman sentenced in Carroll County Municipal Court last year for starving horses now has a statewide warrant issued for her arrest.Diane Silbaugh, 69, who listed a Carrollton-area campground as her residence, was released from the county jail Dec. 4, 2022, after completing four 90-day consecutive jail sentences.

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Grove opens new Carrollton store

By Carol McIntireEditorThe closing of D&D TV and Appliance at the end of 2022 left a void in the local community when it came to the purchase and repair of appliances.The void was filled this week with the opening of Grove Appliance TV Furniture & Mattress in the Drug Mart

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Malvern officials:
of fee voids
building lease

By Thomas ClapperReporterMalvern Council declared Great Trail Fire District (GTFD) in violation of the lease agreement for the North Station at the March 6 meeting.As a result, the village can take the building back, it was determined at the meeting.“The lease was for 25 years and was signed in 2011

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Sheriff dispatcher recognized for
providing life-saving CPR instructions

By Thomas ClapperReporterCarroll County Commissioners held an Emergency Services Appreciation Day ceremony at its March 6 meeting. Honored was Emergency Medical Dispatcher, Brittney Gifford.Commissioner Robert Wirkner thanked all county emergency services personnel. He advised that the emergency services personnel are charged with saving lives and protecting property every day of

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CHS girls third at state

By Carol McIntireEditorCarrollton garnered its best finish in school history at the girls state bowling tournament March 3 with a third place finish in Division II competition.The Warriors qualified for the championship round in second place, 40 pins ahead of the Conotton Valley Rockets (3,235- 3,195), the team that swept

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12 area wrestlers head to Big Dance this weekend

By Leigh Ann RutledgeCCM ContributorTwelve area wrestlers earned a “Schott” at a state championship during district competition last weekend.Five Carrollton Warriors, four Minerva Lions and three Malvern Hornets are headed to the Schottenstein Center in Columbus for the 86th annual Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) Tournament March 10-12.The top

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