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Dirt school, old school, new school take on Truck Norris

Grandpa, son and grandson tackle truck restoration project By Leigh Ann RutledgeAssociate Editor Three men + Chevy pick up = Truck Norris.Three generations of Stackhouse men are rebuilding a 1987 Chevy square body 4×4 straight cab truck to its original glory, and then some. It will be dubbed “Truck Norris.”

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Dellroy council fills vacant seat

By Jacquie HumphreyCCM Correspondent Mayor Doug Ruby informed Dellroy Council during the July meeting, he received two letters of interest for the council seat left vacant with the death of Kay Onstott in May.Matt Michaels and Amy Graham, both village residents, submitted letters of interest which he presented to council

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Work continues on Amsterdam sewer project

By Eric LoweCCM CorrespondentAmsterdam officials have been busy addressing concerns from residents regarding dust, road damage, and water lines breaking during the installation of sewage lines and a sewage treatment facility. Village officials note inconveniences are to be expected.The village is undergoing a transformation with construction equipment constantly on the

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Sikon civil lawsuit put on hold for 120 days

U.S. District Court Judge Sara Lioi signed an order June 12 to stay (put on hold) proceedings in a civil lawsuit filed by Robert Sikon and Melissa Ford, co-administrators of the estate of Robert S. Sikon, III, against Carroll County, Sheriff Dale Williams and Deputy Jacob Baker for 120 days.The

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Health officials: Wear a mask, social distance, wash your hands often

By Carol McIntireEditor Health Commissioner Wendy Gotschall and Director of Nursing Kelly Engelhart echoed the words of Governor Mike DeWine during the July meeting of the General Health District: Please wear a mask.“Ohio trends continue to increase,” Gotschall stated. “We need to stay vigilant, take personal accountability for how we

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To the Editor: What started out as a peaceful protest has been hijacked by the radicals of Black Lives Matter and ANTIFA. We have seen the death and destruction, its anarchy. The cities that are being destroyed are run by Democrats and the mayors are doing little to stop it.

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Around the county…

July 16-18 “Fair Food in the Park” at Brock/Municipal Park in Minerva, from 4-8 p.m. All orders taken on a “to go” basis. Ducks will be available for the Oktoberfest Duck Race.July 28 – Carroll Soil and Water Conservation District board meeting at 5 p.m. in the office. Regular board

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Card shower set for Neala Howell

The children of Neala Howell are hosting a card shower to celebrate her 80th birthday July 27.Neala is a graduate of Carrollton High School and a life-long Carroll County resident. She owned the Virginia Restaurant and Lounge.She is an avid book reader and enjoys spending time with family and friends.She

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Birthday party takes flight!

Mary Young was flying high on her 95th birthday July 7.Young, of Carrollton, and her family ate lunch on the deck at the Airport Restaurant in Carrollton. As they finished, a male and female sat at another table on the deck. Young’s daughter, JoAnn Dennis, began passing out pieces of

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Griffeth & Son Trucking awarded emerging business plaque

By Carol McIntireEditor Jim and Betty Griffeth accepted the Eastern Ohio Development Association’s (EODA) Emerging Business Excellence award during a ceremony at the new North Lisbon St., Carrollton, location of Griffeth and Son Trucking last week.Carroll County Economic Development Director Chris Modranski, who nominated the company for the multi-county award,

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