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Obey or pay Carrollton landlords forced to give up tenant information to village By Leigh Ann Rutledge FPS Reporter Landlords are now required to turn in a list of all tenants living within the village of Carrollton. Carrollton Council voted 4-2 last Tuesday to approve an ordinance which requires all property owners who rent or lease to tenants of residential, commercial or industrial premises to file with the village Income Tax Administrator, a report showing the name(s) and addresses (and phone num-

Carrollton’s April Sisk brought home a sixth place finish in the shot put from the State Track Meet last weekend in Columbus. Page B-1


Civil War reenactors set up camp in the backyard of the McCook House last weekend. Page C-1

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ber, if available) of each such tenant who occupies residential, commercial, or industrial premises within the village. According to the ordinance, the list shall include any tenant who has vacated the property in the preceding 12-month period, must include the date vacated and a forwarding address if available. Lists are due on or before July 1 of each year. If the property owner fails to comply, a notification will be sent certified mail requiring compliance within 30 days. The landlord will be sent a subpoena, via certified mail, to appear

before the Income Tax Administrator with required documentation (with a hearing scheduled within 14 days of date mailed.) Anyone failing to comply will be fined not more than $100. A separate offense shall be deemed committed each day during or on which a violation occurs. Anyone who fails to comply and has a previous conviction under this ordinance, shall be fined not more than $500, separate offense committed each day. Councilman Andy Gonda, who along with Wilma Lambert

voted no, questioned how the village was going to enforce the ordinance when some leases have one name on them but several people live in the home. Gonda admitted to having mixed feelings about the ordinance and Lambert wondered about confidentiality and violating people’s rights. Ken Joseph, who owns several rental properties throughout the village, told council, “I believe (the ordinance) is unconstitutional, forcing me to give client information to the government.” Joseph said he would have been happy to work with the vil-

lage for another option. Mayor Frank Leghart asked Joseph if, by his clients paying their own water bills, wasn’t his problem solved since the village already has their information. Joseph again said he didn’t think it was right to require a private business to turn over a complete client list. Village Solicitor Clark E. Battista said the ordinance allows landlords to help the income tax administrator find people who may be avoiding paying village income tax. See COUNCIL, A-8

Field narrowed to 1o for CV superintendent The field of 26 applicants for the Conotton Valley Union Local School District superintendent position has been narrowed to ten. The board of education will interview the following candidates June 11 and June 13, beginning at 5 p.m. each evening: Debra Haglock of Dover, Larry Elliott of St. Clairsville, Gregory J. Grant of Dennison, Stephen Larcomb of Marion, Adam Pittis of Cadiz, Gregg Reink of North Canton, Brent Ripley of Hopedale, Timothy Sherman of Newcomerstown, Richard Spindler of Chillicothe and Matthew Colvin of Coshocton. The position became vacant with the resignation of Ryan Caldwell, who has accepted a superintendent’s job with the Rolling Hills School District in Guernsey County. Caldwell’s resignation as superintendent/ junior senior high school principal at Conotton Valley, is effective July 31. Kevin Spears, superintendent of the East Central Ohio Education Service Center at New Philadelphia, is coordinating the search. Other applicants included: Kathyrn Anderson of Barnsville, Donald Armstrong of Jackson, George Beattie, assistant superintendent at Edison Local; Frederick Boring of Thornville, John Gaspanik of Alliance, Quinn Haas of Ashland, Jerry Herman of Gnadenhutten, James Jones of Ashland, Tony Meinerding of Greenville, Matthew Nicholas of East Rochester, James Patsey of Masury, Timothy Pingle of North Canton, Kenneth Schmiesing of Sandusky, John Stanley, retired business manager, no address; David Watson, Director of Adult and Commercial Education Sturgis, no address, and Loyal Wilson of Cambridge.

Young tractor puller Ten-year-old Austin McIntire of Amsterdam focuses on the track ahead and pushes the clutch forward on his John Deere B tractor during the Relay for Life Tractor Pull Saturday at Kilgore. McIntire, the son of Jason and Jackie McIntire, was competing in the 4,500-pound class. His first tractor pull was at the Carroll County Fair in 2011, where he proudly says, he beat his dad!

County Farm Service Agency office closing After years of struggling to keep its Farm Service Agency office open, Carroll County producers have lost their battle. It was announced last week that USDA Secretary Thomas A. Vilsack has approved the closure of five Farm Service Agency (FSA) county offices in Ohio, including Carroll County. He said the process will begin immediately. Others on the list are Clark,

Meigs, Montgomery and Perry counties. State Executive Director for the Farm Service Agency Steve Maurer said after the required notifications have been provided to producers, FSA employees and office landlords, closure dates will be established and made publicly available. He told The Free Press Standard today each producer in the county who utilizes USDA programs through the

office must also be contacted and given the opportunity to select the office they want to become associated with. He also noted the agency has a “90-day out clause” with the landlord (Carrollton Farmers Exchange) at the N. High St. office location. “It may not take that long to wrap things up,” he noted. Last month, David Baird, county executive director, announced a reduction in

hours at the Carroll County office due to the lack of employees. The office does not have any permanent full-time employees due to a retirement and an employee who accepted an opportunity to enroll in the county executive director training program. The only full-time employee in the office was not considered permanent and has accepted employment with another county farm agency. See CLOSING, A-8

Community shows support for two Conotton Valley coaches; board rehires one By Carol McIntire Editor Supporters of two Conotton Valley basketball coaches got half of what they wanted from the Board of Education Wednesday evening. About 40 students, parents and district residents showed their support for the rehiring of Boys Basketball Coach Mike Fierbaugh and Girls Coach Craig Moore prior to a special meeting of the board of education Wednesday evening. Student athletes carried signs proclaiming their support for both coaches outside the school prior to the session, which had to be moved from the library to the cafeteria to accommodate the crowd. Six supporters of the coaches voiced support to the school board including Kevin Love of Sherrodsville, Jeremiah Fierbaugh of Bowerston, Susan Kohler of Bowerston,

Patricia Moore of Uhrichsville, mother of Craig Moore; Gayle Yosick of Leesville, who shed tears and Kearstyn Moore, daughter of Craig Moore, who asked that her father be allowed to coach her during her senior year. Love noted both teams made the playoffs in their first year back in the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference and both coaches won Coach of the Year honors after the season. He noted the boys have been in the “Fierbaugh system” since junior high school which provides stability to the program. He asked how the residents of the district could trust the school board to make the tough decisions such as the upcoming levy, when they couldn’t make the easy decisions like hiring a coach. Jeremiah Fierbaugh said both coaches have been working hard to become competitive and earn the respect of the

community. “Both coaches have been successful and the community is rallying around them,” he said. “Ticket sales show it. They have done what they were asked to do and have done it well.” Kohler and Patricia Moore both read prepared remarks stating support for both coaches. Moore noted that, at no time, had either coach been given a reason that they might not be rehired. Yosick wiped tears from her eyes nearly the entire time she spoke, saying, “My blood runs green and it always will.” A graduate of Conotton Valley and a former school board member, she said, “They have brought pride into Conotton Valley. We are no longer the ‘Forgotten Valley,” she stated adding the board should listen to its athletes and consider their opinions. See COACHES, A-8

STUDENT SUPPORTERS. Conotton Valley athletes carried signs to show their support for Mike Fierbaugh and Craig Moore by carrying signs in the parking lot of the high school prior to a school board meeting last Wednesday.



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PUBLIC RECORD Common Pleas Cases Judge Dominick E. Olivito, Jr. (Addresses as listed on Court records) New Cases Filed FIA Card Services of Brea, CA, vs. Patricia M. Gallo of 134 Cheyenne Trail, Malvern, complaint for judgment for $19,616.73 on a credit card account debt. Fritz Dairy Farms LLC, Mark R. and Michelle E. Fritz of 6301 Mackel Rd. NE, Minerva, vs. Chesapeake Exploration LLC of Oklahoma City, OK., et al, complaint for declaratory judgment that defendants are allegedly guilty of fraud for allegedly modifying two 5-year gas leases with the plaintiffs in June and July 2010 which were allegedly forged on the substituted documents before recording. According to the complaint, the defendants did not provide the plaintiffs with copies of the recorded leases and plaintiffs are seeking declaratory judgment that forged leases are null and void, plus compensatory damages exceeding $25,000 and punitive damages of $25,000. Charles and Cindy Cain of 11360 Imperial Rd., Magnolia, and 14 other property owners vs. Chesapeake Exploration LLC of Columbus and three other defendants, complaint for declaratory judgment seeking termination oil and gas leases of each of the respective plaintiffs which provide for preferential right of renew, anticipatory breach of contract, fraud/fraudulent inducement, breach of implied warranties and economic coercion plus compensatory and punitive damages in unspecified amounts. Jordynn Skipper of 120 Holly Rd. SW, Mineral City vs. J & D Mining, Inc., Tucson, Inc. and Phoenix Asphalt, Co., Inc., all of New Philadelphia, and 1-5 John Does, complaint for personal injuries in which plaintiff seeks judgment in excess of $25,000 and statutory interest, reasonable costs and any other relief for injuries allegedly suffered in a traffic accident Dec. 11, 2010, when the plaintiff collided with a southbound vehicle on SR 542 at the intersection of Imperial Rd. and SR 542 where plaintiff alleges defendants either removed the existing stop sign at the southwest corner of SR 542 and Twp. Rd. 180 or discovered it was no longer in its original position at that corner as a result of the extension of Imperial Rd. with SR 542, transforming it to a 4-way intersection. Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. of Fort Mill, Sc, vs. Agnes S. Patterson of 7054 Scio Rd. SW, Carrollton et al, complaint in foreclosure for $60,021.87 on a fixed rate balloon note for $61,6625 executed Nov. 4, 2005. Bank of America at Ft. Worth, TX, vs. Todd D. and Michelle D. Miles of

808 Thomas Ave., Carrollton, et al, complaint for foreclosure for $174,853.13 on a promissory note for $178,386 executed April 12, 2008. Bank of America at Plano, TX, vs. Brad Nelson of Box 431, Hanoverton, and Becky Nelson of 5262 Antigua Rd. SW, Carrollton, et al, complaint in foreclosure for $83,608.45 on a mortgage note for $87,300 executed Aug. 2, 2007. JP Morgan Chase Bank of Columbus vs. Patricia S. West, also known as Patricia S. Brock of 9867 Hess Mill Rd. NE, Boliver, et al, complaint for money and foreclosure for $46,204.57 owed on a promissory note for $51,135 executed Nov. 18, 2004. Divorces Granted Jacqueline N. Mullins of 402 1/2 Union Ave., Minerva, from Jeremy P. Mullins of St. Clairsville; plaintiff restored to her former name of Jacqueline N. Salla. A divorce has been granted to both parties in the termination of marriage filed July 12, 2011, by Randy J. Green of 3035 Scio Rd. SW, Carrrollton, vs. Pamela K. Green of 414 McKinley Ave., Apt. A, Carrollton; defendant restored to her former name of Pamela Kaye Champer. Judgments Granted Ohio Receivables LLC of Columbus granted judgment for $15,710.04 in an other civil action filed March 21, 2012, against Jamie R. Grimes of 205 Clearview Dr. NW, Carrollton. Chase Home Finance LLC of Columbus granted judgment for $132,704.52 in a foreclosure filed April 7, 2010, against Timothy S. and April L. Phillips of 7303 Andora Rd. NE, Mechanicstown, et al. Carroll County Treasurer Jeff Yeager of Box 327,Carrollton has been granted judgment for $1,069.07 in a foreclosure filed Nov. 4, 2011, against CIT Group/Consumer Finance, Inc. of Oklahoma City, OK, et al. Foreclosures Referred For Mediation The foreclosure filed Dec. 14, 2011, by Huntington National Bank of Columbus vs. Jason S. Early of 8132 Andora Rd., Mechanicstown, and Tiffany M. Early of 9021 Avon Rd. NE, Salineville, et al, has been referred for mediation with a hearing set for July 20. Criminal Cases Anthony Michael Hill, 31, of 5541 Autumn Rd. SW, Carrollton, has withdrawn a former not guilty plea to an indictment returned Jan. 4, 2012, charging him with attempted rape, a 2nd degree felony, and has entered a

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Carrollton Police Department cases – Alan L. Weir of 6555 June Rd., Waynesburg, speed (52/35), $130 bond. Marcus E. Taylor of Goodlettesville, TN., physical control, $600 and costs, 174 days of a 180day jail sentence suspended on conditions; driving under suspension, $150 fine suspended, drivers license suspended from Feb. 20, 2012, to Feb. 20, 2013; fictitious license plates, case dismissed by state. Howard L. Swinehart of 4416 Arrow Rd. NW, Carrollton, squealing/peeling tires, $130 bond. James E. Logan of 461 S. Lisbon St., Carrollton, no operators license, no fine, $70 costs, case dismissed by state; operating a moped without a license, case dismissed by state. Lake Patrol’s case - Bret A. Rininger of 3002 Brussel Rd., Carrollton, sitting/standing on watercraft violation, $130 bond. Ohio State Highway Patrol’s cases – Amie Cline of Bloomingdale, speed (73/55), $130 bond. Carl S. Baum of Akron, no seat belt, $68 bond. Rachel E. Schreffler of 493 Elson St., Magnolia, improper passing, $130 bond. Darren S. Hammond of Canton, faulty muffler, $130 bond. Jessy A. Maynard of Massillon, no seat belt, $58 bond. Shirley E. Columbo of 503 Lisbon St., Malvern, speed (62/45), $130 bond. Christopher A. Lucas of 346 E. Main St., Carrollton, no seat belt, $68 bond. Christopher L. Debevec of New Philadelphia, no seat belt, $68 bond. Dustyn J. Wood of 3117 Apollo Rd. NE, Mechanicstown, speed (72/55), $130 bond. Julie M. Page of Dennison, speed (70/55), $45 and costs. Cody C. McCauley of 1034 Fisherman Rd., Carrollton, no seat belt, $68 bond. Keith E. Gephart of Canton, speed (67/55), $115 bond. Kara E. Taczak of Denver, CO, speed (70/55), $115 bond. William S. Abbott of 1795 Lilly Rd., Minerva, failure to obey light, $130 bond. Michele L. Dangelo of Greenwich, speed (67/55), $115 bond. Gordon M. Harrelson of 875 Colony Rd. NE, Mechanicstown, speed (74/55), $170 bond. Gary W. Brancker of 317 Tr. 267, Amsterdam, speed (67/55), $115 bond. Adam S. Geiger of 75 Oneida Trail, Malvern, failure to yield at stop sign, $130 bond. Salva C. Sedlak of 3226 Clay Rd. NW, Dellroy, failure to yield at stop sign, $130

Kenneth Guy and Linda J. Beamer to Kenneth Guy and Linda J. Beamer, 0.81A, Monroe Twp. Donald W. Davis to Harrison Hills Association Inc., Lot 1429, Yogi Bear, Harrison Twp. Joyce M. Peoples to Sara Peoples, Darla Soller, and Claireen Floreani, 100A, 21A, Fox Twp. Jennifer R. Carlton to David A. Mihlbauer Jr. and Stephanie J. Ray, 6.087A, Lee Twp., $139,900. Bryan K. and Michelle L. Eicher to Lewis E. Williams, Lot 1560, Yogi Bear, Harrison Twp., $2,500. Cindy Britzman and Cindy Hassig to Terry L. Hassig, 35A, 64A, 2A, 0.17A, 8.11A, 0.829A, Rose Twp. Florence F. Walker to Larry D. Walker, Lewis D. Walker, Emerson J. Walker and Jean F. Harris, 87.72A, Loudon Twp. John N. and Donna J. Schissler to Christopher N. Schissler, 1.105A, Washington Twp., $136,000. Hugh K. Burns to Emily K. Burns, 0.2983A, Carrollton Corp. Thomas and Charlene Good to Thomas L. and Charlene A. Good, 10.349A, Rose Twp. Atwood Conservation Trust and Thomas W. Sable Trustee to Thomas W. Sable, 2.739A, 6.154A, Harrison Twp., 6.686A, 0.396A, Monroe Twp. Kenneth R. and Barbara C. Lett to David H. and Deborah A. Bair, Lot 26, Union Twp., $32,000. Gary B. and Laura S. Reardon to Lloyd J. and Cynthia L. Ramey, Lot 43, Union Twp., $5,000. Bruner Land Company Inc. to Eleanora Irene and Bryan Charles Cox, 10.500A, Lee Twp., $28,900. Marvin and Paula Edwards to Thomas and Jodi S. Gray, Lots 8, 9, Monroe Twp., $8,000. Hannon & Baker Partnership to Scott and Sandra Patterson, Lot 2,3, Carrollton Corp., $19,000. Scott and Sandra Patterson to Archer’s Dairy LLC, Lots 2, 3, Carrollton Corp. Lysle D. Burky to Adam J. and Jean B. Siedel, 11.652A, 5.303A, Orange Twp., $156,900. Marianne B. Eick Trustee and Marianne B. Eick Trust to Kevin W. Downes and Jackie L. McCreery, 1.500A, Rose Twp. $160,000. Mallie L. Dunlevy Dec’d to Barry O. Dunlevy, Lot 123, Minerva Corp. David B. and Marilyn J. Wilkinson to Nathan A. and Carrie A. Bush, Lot 1003, Lake Mohawk, Brown Twp., $375,000. Gary R. and Beth A. Spahr and Beth A. Herretta to Gregg E. and Wendy D. Gotschall, 9.38A, 2.005A, Center Twp., $585,000.

guilty plea to the same charge. Sentencing has been set for June 15 and defendant has been granted a furlough from June 1 through June 12 at which time he is to report to the Carroll County jail. Benjamin L. Bailey, 20, of 9207 Mark Rd., Kensington, has withdrawn a former not guilty plea to an indictment returned March 7, 2012, charging him with breaking and entering and theft, both 5th degree felonies, and has entered guilty pleas to an amended indictment charging Bailey with criminal trespassing and theft, both 4th and 1st degree misdemeanors. All but 10 days of a 6-month jail sentence has been suspended and Bailey was placed on a 3-year probation on 20 conditions. Terry Lee Ochsenbine, 46, of 405 S. Market St., lot 12, Minerva, has withdrawn a former not guilty plea to an indictment returned March 7, 2012, charging her with trafficking in drugs and has entered a guilty plea to an amended indictment charging Ochsenbine with obstructing justice and sentenced to a 5-year probation on 18 conditions. Traveler L. Lewis, 26, of 101 S. Market St., Apt. 1, Minerva, has withdrawn a former not guilty plea to an indictment returned Nov. 2, 2011, charging him with 3 counts of breaking and entering and 2 counts of theft; $100,000 cash or surety bond set May 31 continued and matter continued to June 7 for pre-trial. The case of Anna M. Hambuechen, 38, of 201 Ingrain Ave., SW, Apt. 2, Canton, convicted of non support Dec. 21, 2007, and sentenced to a 5-year reporting probation, has been continued to June 28 for a merits hearing. The case of Aaron D. Borne, 29, of 405 S. Market St., Lot 12, Minerva, indicted March 7, 2012, on 3 counts of trafficking in marihuana, has been continued for a change of plea and sentencing to June 28. Substantial evidence has been found that Heather Ann Cutlip, now known as Heather Ann Kettering, 37, of 517 W. Lincolnway, Minerva, has violated 4 terms of her 5-year reporting probation imposed Jan. 16, 2009, upon conviction of forgery and receiving stolen property. However, the Court has elected not to revoke the defendant’s community control at this time and instead ordered disposition be held in abeyance with the defendant remaining in full compliance with the terms and conditions of her probation. Substantial evidence has been found that Krystle L. Amburgey, 27, of 1523 Cambridge Ave. SW, Canton, has violated a term of her 5-year reporting probation imposed Aug. 29, 2011,

upon conviction of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and theft; defendant’s community control sanctions have been revoked and the original sentence of two 11-month prison sentences has been imposed to be served concurrent, plus a $500 fine, all court costs generated by her prosecution and restitution of $895. The case of Nathaniel L. Rini, 31, last known address of 6059 Apollo Rd., Amsterdam, indicted Nov. 2, 2011, for failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer, has been assigned for jury trial commencing July 12. The case of Penny L. Roby, 42, of 5 E. Porter St., Malvern, indicted Jan. 4, 2012, for assault, has been assigned for jury trial commencing July 12. A 5-day furlough has been extended until June 12 in the case of Carl E. Teeters, 34, of 124 S. Sherrod Ave., Sherrodsville, indicted May 9 on 4 counts of burglary. Probable cause has been found that Edward Lee Gower, 31, of 4689 Kirby Ave. NE, lot 5, Canton, has violated 4 terms of his 5-year probation imposed June 24, 2005, on an arrest warrant issued in 2008; Gower has been released on a $50,000 recognizance bond and the case continued to June 14. Bond has been set at $100,000 cash or surety in the cases of Sally A. Lewis, 47, of 101 Market St., Apt. 1, Minerva, indicted March 7, 2012, for failure to appear and in another case in which she is charged with 3 counts of breaking and entering, 2 counts of theft and 1 count of possession of heroin. A motion of the defendant for replacement of counsel has been overruled and denied in cases involving Matthew W. Chilson, 20, of 2200 22nd St. NE, Canton, convicted Jan. 20 on 6 counts of forgery and sentenced to a 5-year reporting probation which has since been violated. Chilson, whose address in another case is listed as 530 Milner St., Alliance, was also convicted Jan. 20 of aggravated trespassing and sentenced to a 3-year probation. Both cases have been continued for merits hearing set for June 7 along with a change of plea and sentencing involving another case against Chilson, whose adddres is listed as 9260 Avon Rd. NE, Salineville, in which he is charged with 2 counts of burglary and 1 count each of theft from an elderly person or disabled adult, breaking and entering, theft and grand theft; Chilson’s $50,000 cash and suetry bond set May 9 has been continued. Christopher M. Copley, 27, of 142 St. Clair Ave. SE, New Philadelphia,

has withdrawn a former not guilty plea to an indictment returned March 7 charging him with breaking and entering and theft, both 5th degree felonies, and has entered a guilty plea to an amended indictment charging Copley with theft, a 1st degree misdemanor; 60-day jail sentence was suspended and Copley was placed on a 6-month probation on 15 conditions. Nathaniel B. McDaniel, 21, of 3118 Canton Rd., Carrollton, has withdrawn a former not guilty plea to an indictment returned March 7 charging him with breaking and entering and theft and entered a guilty plea to an amended indictment charging him wtith theft, a 1st degree misdemeanor; 60-day jail sentence suspended and McDaniel plced on 6month probation on 15 conditions. David P. Reed, 54, of 121 College St., Richmond, has withdrawn a former not guilty plea to an indictment returned March 7 charging him with aggravated possession of drugs, a 5th degree felony, and tampering with drugs, 3rd degree felony, and has entered a guilty plea to an amended indictment charging Reed with attempted tampering with drugs, 4th degree felony; sentenced to a 5-year community control on 17 conditions. Daniel A. Morgan, 21, of 104 Aster Rd., Carrollton, has withdrawn a former not guilty plea to an indictment returned March 7 charging him with breaking and entering and theft, both 5th degree felonies, and has entered guilty pleas to an amended indictment charging Morgan with criminal trespassing, a 4th degree misdeameanor, and theft, a 1st degree misdemeanor; defendant sentenced to 6 months in the Carroll County jail, assessed $250 fine and all court costs generated by his prosecution; sentence supended and defendant placed on 3-year probation on 18 conditions. Substantial evidence has been found that Christine E. Marshall, also known as Christine E. Pitt, 31, of 1479 Collins Ave., Marysville, has violated a term of her 5-year reporting probation imposed Feb. 22, 2012, upon conviction of trafficking in counterfeit controlled substances; defendant’s community control sanctions ordered revoked and the original sentence of 12 months in prison, plus a $750 fine and all court costs generated by her prosecution has been imposed. Judgment Awarded In other other tort action filed Nov. 24, 2010, by Tommy L. Colvin of 255 Ascot Rd., Carrollton, vs. Klinton T. Weir of 3830 Peace Rd. SE, Carrollton, and David Friley of 115 S. Main St.,

County Municipal Court Cases bond. Thomas B. Scott of Columbia Station, speed (70/55), $115 bond. Chassity D. Slentz of Bowerston, speed (65/55), $95 bond. John D. Tantarelli Jr. of Uhrichsville, speed (65/55), $95 bond. Mike B. Howard of Canton, defective equipment, $130 bond. Amanda J. Yeager of Waynesburg, speed (65/55), $95 bond; child restraint violation, $60 bond. William D. Winn of Goldonna, LA, failure to yield right of way, $130 bond. Howard J. Cooper Jr. of Mobile, AL, speed (70/55), $115 bond. Curtis D. Vanfossen of Canton, speed (73/55), $170 bond. Sheryl A. Sabino of Creston, speed (64/55), $95 bond. Eugene A. Frantum of 8828 Andora Rd. NE, East Rochester, speed (69/55), $115 bond. Jason R. Marteney of 3119 Rebel Rd., Carrollton, speed (65/55), $95 bond. Aaron J. Lloyd of 8094 Cumberland Rd., Bowerston, no seat belt, $68 bond. Eric M. Stephens of 231 S. Canton St., Malvern, no seat belt, $68 bond. Thomas C. Koons II of Waynesburg, no seat belt, $30 and costs. Travis F. Fox of Massillon, speed (69/55), $115 bone. Billy D. Whipkey Jr. of 6255 Pronto Rd., Amsterdam, no seat belt, $68 bond. Gary F. Magary of Waynesburg, speed (68/55), $170 bond. Robert G. Yacobucci of Canton, no seat belt, $68 bond. Donald G. Blevins of Jewett, speed (67/55), $115 bond. Ivan L. Kemp of East Sparta, speed (66/55), $115 bond. Matthew A. Sheldon of 2306 Empire Rd. SW, Carrollton, no seat belt, $68 bond. Spencer G. Kumpus of Canton, speed (70/55), $115 bond. William Stiles Sr. of Toronto, failure to control, $130 bond. Daniel S. Hall of Canton, speed (67/55), $115 bond. Ronald S. Gotschall of 2076 Pageant Rd., Carrollton, speed (65/55), $95 bond. State’s Carrollton Police Department case – David P. Reed of 121 College St., Richmond, drug possession, no fine, $70 costs, case dismissed by state. Sheriff’s Department case – Tori

Zeigler of 1154 Canyon Rd., Carrollton, starting/backing violation, $20 and costs. State’s Minerva Police Department cases – Joshua D. Goebeler of 150 Thomas St., Minerva, disorderly conduct, $150 and costs, 30-day jail sentence suspended on conditions. Joshua S. Shaver of 1057 Kensington Rd., Carrollton, disorderly conduct, $150 and costs, 30-day jail sentence suspended on conditions. William J. Steinberg of 405 S. Market St., Minerva, disorderly conduct, $150 and costs, 29 days of a 30-day jail sentence suspended on conditions; disorderly conduct, $100 fine, 29 days of a 30-day jail sentence suspended on conditions. James P. Poole of 317 Rose Ave., Salem, driving under suspension, $250 and costs, 180-day jail sentence suspended on conditions. Civil Cases New contract note and money actions filed during the past week included: Citibank of Sioux Falls, SD, vs. Kenneth Lee Keister of 1187 Aurora

Jacob E. Moore, 25, and Lisa M. Miller, 31, both of 2165 Aster Rd., Scio. Dustin Lloyd Shultz, 36, and Amanda Jo Crider, 25, both of 4186 Antigua Rd. SW, Carrollton. Erich J. Haas, 32, and Julie A. Myers, 31, both of 197 S. Main St., Magnolia.

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Rd. NE, Minerva, $14,418.81. Mercy Medical Center of Canton vs. Keana R. Bryant of 5071 Citrus Rd. NW, Malvern, $3,190.05. Judgments Granted Capital One Bank of Richmond, VA, from Brad M. Hintz of 34116

Bedrock Rd. NW, Dellroy, $7,418.79. LVNV Funding LLC of Greenville, SC, from Fred M. Denoon of 3012 Brussel Rd. NE, Carrollton, $8,222.46. Citibank of Sioux Falls, SD, from Danny L. Mcilvain Sr. of 132 W. Sandyvale Dr., Minerva, $2,636.77.

LEGAL NOTICE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA IN THE PROBATE COURT COUNTY OF ANDERSON In the Estate of Shirley P. Wingerter, deceased 2012-ES-04-00451 SUMMONS AND NOTICE Ray Wingerter, Petitioner, vs. Heirs of Shirley P. Wingerter, Respondent(s).


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Malvern, plaintiff awarded $12,500 against Weir in punitive damages. Dissolution Granted Adam K. Weyandt of 9167 Latin Rd., East Canton, and Tracy Arkwright of 1007 Paige Ct., Newton Falls. Civil Action Stayed The other civil action filed Jan. 23, 2012, by NAPUS FCU of Cincinnati vs. David P. Kudro of 10089 Linden Rd. NW, Minerva, has been ordered removed from the Court’s active trial docket and placed in inactive status due to a stay issued by the United States Bankruptcy Court. Civil Action Settled The other civil action filed Dec. 20, 2010, by Angela and Ronald Fisher of 322 Tuscarawas Ave. NW, New Philadelphia, and the Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation at Columbus vs. Emily Burns of 4193 Caddy Rd., Bowerston, has been settled and dismissed at the cost of the defendant. Protection Order Issued A protection order has been issued until July 31, 2012, and a full hearing was set for June 5 in a domestic violence petition filed May 29 by Kimberly L. Sevek of 322 Jackson St., Minerva. vs. Dennis M. Sevek, same address. Domestic Violence Hearing Rescheduled The domestic violence civil protection order hearing scheduld for June 5 has been continued and reset for June 19 in a domestic violnce petition filed May 7 by Misty D. Boyer of 8029 Germano Rd. SE, Amsterdam, vs. Robert A. Farkas of 5329 Smith Rd., Brook Park. Preliminary Injunction Hearing Continued The preliminary injunction hearing scheduled for May 29 has been continued to July 18 on a defense motion in the other civil action filed May 9, 2012, by Beldon & Blake Corp. of Charleston, WV, vs. Brian P. Walton of 11236 Imperial Rd., Magnolia. Order of Sale Set Aside In the foreclosure filed Aug. 13, 2007, by GMAC Mortgage LLC of Horsham, PA, vs. Greg L. and Pamela A. Dews of 101 Park Ave. SE, Carrollton, et al, judgment and decree in foreclosure and order of sale set aside and plaintiff’s complaint dismissed on plaintiff’s application at plaintiff’s cost. Civil Action Dismissed The other civil action filed June 20, 2011, by James R. Cavanaugh of 1550 S. River Rd., Zanesville vs. Richard James Jr. and Marjorie J. James of Box 425, Magnolia et al, has been dismissed by the plaintiff, along with a counterclaim of the defendant, The Kermit L. James Co. of Canton.

TO ANY HEIRS OF SHIRLEY P. WINGERTER: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to Answer to the Petition in this action, of which a copy is herewith served upon you (a copy of the Petition can be obtained from the Anderson County Probate Court), and to serve a copy of your Answer to the said Petition on the subscriber at his office at LEWEY C. HAMMETT, JR., P. A., 1821 North Boulevard, Anderson, SC 29621 within thirty (30) days after the service hereof, exclusive of the day of such service; and if you fail to Answer the Petition within the time aforesaid, the Petitioner in this action will apply to the Court for the said relief demanded in the Petition. This shall also serve as Notice of a Hearing scheduled for Monday, July 9, 2012 at 10 a.m. at the Anderson County Probate Court located on the second floor of the Anderson County Courthouse at 100 South Main Street, Anderson, South Carolina. Please be advised that the Probate Court may change the Hearing date to a date after July 9, 2012. Therefore, it is your responsibility to contact the Anderson County Probate Court for the dates of any Hearings occurring after July 9, 2012. You have the right to retain an attorney to represent your interest in this matter. If you retain legal counsel, please have your attorney to advise the Anderson County Probate Court immediately. Respectfully submitted, LEWEY C. HAMMETT, JR., P.A. Lewey C. Hammett, Jr. 1821 North Boulevard Anderson, South Carolina 29621 (864) 226-5006 Attorney for Petitioner, Ray Wingerter April 30, 2012 Published in The Free Press Standard May 24, 31, and June 7, 2012

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end of the building. May 30 – Robert J. Luketic, 40, of Rogers, was leaving a parking lot on Canal St., Malvern when he struck the side of the building with his vehicle. CARROLLTON POLICE May 29 – Maxwell Romeo, 18, of 2029 Amsterdam Rd., Bowerston, was backing from a parking space at Thorne’s on W. Main St. when he struck the parked vehicle of Gerald A. Glasser of 3025 Falls Rd., Sherrodsville.


CARROLL SHERIFF May 26 – Logan Powers, 18, of Stow was riding an ATV south on White Oak Trail in Harrison Hills Campground while Cody McClain, 18, of 4124 Marhill Dr., Minerva, was traveling north on an ATV on White Oak Trail. The ATVs struck head on. May 29 – Daniel P. Monnot, 22, of Canton, was driving through Rocky’s parking lot on Canal St. in Malvern, when the right rear top of the box truck struck the spouting on the north

Two county officials are helping Sheriff Dale Williams by providing funds for projects. Clerk of Courts William “Bill� Wohlwend told commissioners Monday he was transferring $12,500 from the Title Department administration fund to the Sheriff’s fund to pay for a light bar, paint and stripes on a cruiser. He also is transferring $12,500 to the security fund to pay for a new employee key card system for entrance to the courthouse and for upgrades to the security system at the entrance to the courthouse. Municipal Court Judge Gary Willen has already transferred $10,000 to the security fund to pay for a security camera system for the courthouse. Commissioners expressed their appreciation to Wohlwend for his assistance. “It is nice to see office holders helping each other out,� said Commissioner Tom Wheaton. In other business, commissioners: -APPROVED a request from Barb and Tom Newbold to use parking spaces at Atwood Lodge for a musical reunion planned for July 21 at Atwood Yacht Club. -AGREED to provide $7,000 to cover wages and benefit for Clerk of Courts employees if it is necessary to increase their work schedule to 40 hours per week due to an increase in copying requests. Wohlwend noted oil and gas industry related workers are reviewing records in his office and requesting copies of information, which is not allowing the employees adequate time to keep up with other work. Wohlwend noted the new schedule will begin July 1 and run for 26 weeks. Any unused money will be returned at the end of the year. -RESCINDED a motion to write a letter of support for a grant application for Sheriff Dale Williams due to incorrect information being provided by the Sheriff’s Office. They then approved sending a letter that contained the correct information. -RESCINDED a motion to place a one mill, 10year levy on the November election ballot for Carroll Hills School because the incorrect Revised Code Number was listed on the form turned into the Board of Elections. A new motion was made to place the issue on the ballot. -RECEIVED the weekly dog pound report showing 23 impounded, 21 tagged and four redeemed. -AGREED to pay two Summer Youth Employment Program employees in the courthouse $8 per hour. -SIGNED a grant agreement that provides the county $100,000 for broadband development in the county. The grant is from State Appalachian fund. -DISCUSSED water damage that occurred Friday to an office in Municipal Court and learned from Commissioner Doyle Hawk that Versico, the company that holds the patent on the material used on the roof, was to have a crew onsite within 36 to 72 hours to repair the roof. The roof on the jail has been in litigation with the company that performed the installation. Commissioners also agreed to proceed with necessary repairs to the courthouse gutters and to seek engineering specifications to repair the bell tower on the courthouse. -APPROVED a work plan for the Coalition on Homeless and Housing in Ohio to provide Fair Housing information to Carroll County officials at the request of Kate Offenberger, director of Department of Job and Family Services -APPROVED revised contracts for Help Me Grow and Family and Children First Council due to budget revisions. -RECEIVED the weekly dog pound report showing 14 impounded, seven tagged, one redeemed and two citations issued for dog owners without a proper license. -TABLED a change order for Best Commercial Energy Services for an increase in the contract of $5,700 until further information is obtained. -AGREED to send a letter of support for a grant to cover the salary of deputies at the request of Sheriff Dale Williams. -APPROVED the installation of a temporary AT&T phone tower on the Atwood Lodge property. -CONDUCTED a public hearing for a variance filed by Rosebud Mining to conduct strip mining operations within 100 feet of a Citrus Rd. in Brown Twp. No one from the general public attended the session and the variance was approved. -APPROVED the following pipeline agreements with Cardinal Gas Services: For the use of .60 miles of Apostle Rd and 1.15 miles of Apollo roads for ingress and egress from the Gault Creek Pipeline for traffic necessary for constructing sites and horizontal drilling of oil and gas wells and to complete the pipeline in Lee Twp.; For the use of .53 miles of Autumn Rd. and .40 miles of Sorrel for ingress and egress from the Long Run Pipeline for traffic necessary for constructing sites and drilling horizontal oil and gas wells and to complete the pipeline in Lee Twp.;

For the use of .63 miles of Bellflower Rd. from the Lynchburg Pipeline for traffic necessary to construct sites and drill horizontal oil and gas wells and to complete the pipeline in Augusta Twp. -SIGNED an agreement with Chesapeake Exploration LCC to use .86 miles of April Rd. for the development of the Beadnell well site in Fox Twp. and for the use of .18 miles of Orlon Rd for access to the Monroeville CDP in Fox Twp. -SIGNED right-of-way agreements with Cardinal Gas Services for use of the following roadways: four driveway permits on Apollo Rd. in Lee Twp. for the Gault Creek Gathering Line; three driveways permits on Autumn Rd. for the Long Run Phase I Gathering Line; two driveway permits on Bellflower Rd. for the Lynchburg Gathering Line; Apollo Rd. to install two eightinch pipelines under the roadway; and Autumn Rd. in Lee Twp. to install a 12-inch pipeline under the roadway. SIGNED a right-of-way agreements with CTL Engineering for geotechnical test borings on the following roadways: Marble and March roads in August Twp. for the Hawk well site; Marble Rd. in East Twp. for the Jeffrey well site; Polo and Castle roads in Perry Twp. for the Long well site; Citrus Rd. in Brown Twp. for the Whitacre Greer well site; Bark Rd. for the Helen well site; Bachelor and Irish Roads for the Petrime well site; Marble, Mecca and Melba roads for the Haley well site. Oasis Rd. in Fox Twp. for the Kruprzak well site; and Avalon and Lander roads in Harrison and Brown townships for the Casper and Linda well site. -SIGNED a right-of-way agreement with EnerVest Operating LLC for culvert replacement on Ivory Rd. in Harrison Twp. -SIGNED a right-of-way agreement with Chesapeake Exploration for the installation of a 6-inch waterline on Citrus Rd. in Brown Twp. -ACCEPTED a price quote of $3,013 from



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CARROLLTON POLICE May 28 – An Arrow Rd., Minerva woman told officers a Hereford bull was dropped at the Carrollton Livestock Barn on N. Lisbon St. Sunday evening. When the owner went to the sale Monday the bull, worth around $1,300, was missing. May 28 – A vehicle parked on Lawrence Dr. was “keyed,� leaving several 10 to 15-inch scratch marks on it. May 30 – A riding lawn mower was taken from in front of a Moody Ave. garage. May 31 – The owners of Trump Rd., N. Lisbon and 2nd St. SE, properties were sent a second letter regarding unmowed lawns. June 1 – A 5th St. man was issued a summons for two junk motor vehicles on his property. Neither vehicle has license plates and the owner has been warned before regarding plates on vehicles he intends to scrap. June 1 – A Moody Ave. man was driving in the 600 block of High St. when he heard something impact his vehicle. He stopped and didn’t see anything that could have hit his vehicle but the right rear window was shattered. June 3 – According to a report, officers filed charges and a warrant was issued for a Desert Rd., Carrollton man after he reportedly pulled a gun on a Fisherman Rd., Carrollton, man. The incident was in relation to a road rage incident. The owner of the gun said he did not point the gun at anyone, only pulled it out of the vehicle consol. The other man said the gun was pointed at his head as he was being threatened. His girlfriend and their two-year old daughter were also in the vehicle when the incident occurred.

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May 30 – A Main St., Malvern man reported an assault. May 30 – Malvern School officials reported they had a suspect in custody who was breaking into the weight room at the football field. May 30 – A Brenda Dr., Malvern man reported the theft of prescription medication. May 31 – A Norco Rd., Carrollton man reported a theft. June 1 – Deputies were called to a Lee Rd., Malvern campsite for a report of domestic violence. June 1 – Deputies responded to a Rockford Rd., Kensington residence for an assault.



CARROLL SHERIFF May 21 – A Clay Rd., Dellroy man believes someone broke into his home through a window, removed a camera and let air out of tires on vehicles in the garage. May 23 – Deputies responded to Malvern Park for an incident. May 24 – Deputies were called to E. Mohawk Dr., Malvern for an assault. May 24 – A man was riding on private property on Senlac Rd., Amsterdam. May 24 – Someone attempted to run over a Pearl Rd., Amsterdam man. May 25 – A Porter St., Malvern woman told deputies two men fighting fell on her vehicle and damaged it. May 25 – Surveying equipment was taken from a truck parked in the Bellflower-Macaw Rd., Minerva area. May 25 – An unruly juvenile was reported on Green St., Leesville. May 25 – An Anderson St., Malvern woman reported telephone harassment. May 26 – Copper wire was removed from a Deer Rd., Bowerston residence. May 26 – A mailbox was destroyed on Alliance Rd., Malvern. May 26 – Deputies were called to a Gem Rd., Carrollton campsite for a dispute. May 26 – A fight was reported at a Jade Rd., Dellroy residence. May 27 – The apartment of a Gween Dr., Malvern woman was broken into. May 27 – The owner of a Caddy Rd., Bowerston home reported someone pried on the door of his residence and broke it. May 27 – Deputies responded to Scio Rd., Carrollton for an accident on private property. May 29 – An Andora Rd., East Rochester woman reported fraud. May 29 – A street sign was removed from Salineville Rd., Carrollton. May 30 – A porch swing was damaged at an Avalon Rd., East Canton residence. May 30 – An Alliance Rd., Waynesburg man reported his credit card was taken and used in the Canton area without his permission. May 30 – An air compressor was taken from a Scio Rd., Carrollton property. May 30 – An assault was reported at a Grant St., Malvern residence.




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OPINIONS & VIEWS Readers Write To the Editor: The Carroll County Animal Protection League (CCAPL), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization wishes to thank the general public for their grand support and donation of items for our annual three-day rummage sale held at Garner’s Auction Barn on Canyon Rd. over the Memorial Day weekend. What a successful event we had! Thanks Larry and Kay Garner for all you do for us. We also want to thank our numerous and dedicated volunteers for working so hard to make this fundraiser such a grand success. All expenses were paid for by our members. The winner of the 50/50 raffle, Mr. Collins, donated his winnings back to us. The CCAPL paid off the land mortgage balance of their property April 27 with $18,448.01 to Consumer’s National Bank of Carrollton. Because of this accomplishment, we will concentrate on applying the majority of proceeds of fundraising events to our animals shelter fund towards the construction of the “no-kill” animal shelter. We will not euthanize for space but only by recommendation of a veterinarian. The animal shelter committee is working hard on finalizing the animal shelter plans to submit to the CCAPL’s board of directors for approval. Then, the shelter plans will be submitted to the state. Once approved, we will start Phase I of the construction on our property, located at 4901 Canton Rd. NW, Carrollton, and will continue onward as money is received. Any donations designated for the shelter go to the project. We started our organization Jan. 18, 2007, and have accomplished so much in five years to get a greatly-needed animal shelter built for Carroll County to save lives of domestic animals which come under our care. We are devoted and dedicated to accomplishing this and look forward to its fruition. Check our website at for our accomplishments, valuable information on our organization and other pertinent information, fundraising news and more. The CCAPL meets the first Thursday of each month at the Carrollton Friendship Center (basement meeting room) at 6:30 p.m. All are welcome.

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Eileen Rohrer President Carroll County Animal Protection League To the Editor: I would like to take this opportunity to publicly thank many organizations and individuals who have gone above and beyond to make sure children in preschool through fifth grade of the Carrollton Exempted Village School District will again receive three books of their choice to keep for their very own next year. For the past 30 plus years, our school district has been fortunate to be linked with the RIF Foundation (Reading if Fundamental). This is a non-profit national literacy foundation dedicated to getting books into the hands of children. They have always provided most of the funding to buy the three books the children get to choose and keep every year. This year the federally funded RIF program was notified it would not be receiving any funding. This left us to decide whether to keep the valuable program alive in our community. We decided it was too important not to continue it for the children and began fundraising to purchase books. Many organizations and individuals recognized the importance of the cause for our children and we would like to thank all of them for their support and generous monetary contributions. A tremendous thanks to Rex Energy, Rosebud Mining, Carrollton Schools Alumni Foundation, Carrollton Education Association, Dellroy PTO, Carrollton PTO, Auguta PTO, Betty Kaye Bakery, Harsh Memorial United Methodist Church Women’s Society, Carrollton Business Women, Carrollton Rotary Club, Carrollton Book Club, Carrollton Civic Club, Denny and Marty Jones, Joe and Rose Seck and Deborah Garaux. There are many volunteers who help RIF run smoothly throughout each school year at all of our elementary schools and we could not get the books to the children without them. A very heartfelt thanks to Missy Williams, Kristine Stenger, Melonie Garrett, Vera Fox, Debbie Eshler, Cissy Bright, Darlene Smith, Darlene Hutt, Mary Ann Erwin, Tracy Marteney, Hailey Westfall, Amy Spears, Cindy Olivito, Becky Moughiman, Richard Stone and Grace Gardner. Thanks also to the children and sponsors of the CES who participated in the Right To Read Week Read-a-Thon held this spring. Much appreciation to Leigh Ann Rutledge and The Free Press Standard for the wonderful article about RIF and our fundraising efforts. It took many wonderful people to make this happen. We are forever grateful to all of you for your support. We are a very blessed community! Doreen Abrahims RIF Coordinator Carrollton Exempted Village Schools Carrollton, OH To the Editor: On May 18 at 8 a.m. a senior assembly was held at Carrollton High School. My nephew was scheduled to receive three awards: National Honor Scoiety, National Technical Honor Society and Outstanding Vocational Student. His proud grandparents and parents arrived at the high school expecting to see their senior receive his awards. His name was listed on the program but where was he? Carrollton High School Principal Dave Davis made this senior get on the bus and go to Buckeye Career Center. My nephew and other CHS/Buckeye students were denied their right to attend the assembly and receive their awards. Is this how Mr. Davis rewards students who have worked hard for two years at Carrollton High School and two years at Buckeye Career Center? Carrollton High School is their home school. They deserve to be honored with their classmates and not banned because they have chosen to further their education at Buckeye. Karen Dreussi 1972 CHS graduate Fort Myers, FL To the Editor: As a resident of Carroll County, I would like to know why people from different states can work right here in my backyard while someone like me cannot find any work. I live here, pay taxes in the county and all this shale gas construction work is going to out-of-town people who pay zero taxes in Carroll County. This whole industry should be dealt with in a manner that says go ahead and take our minerals but do not give away the jobs and such to outsiders from Texas, Oklahoma or wherever. Where is the accountability from our county commissioners to put pressure on Chesapeake or whoever to do the right thing? David Mayle Minerva, OH

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Legislator’s Addresses State Representative (61st District) - Mark D. Okey, 77 S. High St., 10th Floor, Columbus, OH 43215; telephone, 614-466-1464; e-mail Ohio State Senator - Senator Joe Schiavoni (33rd District); State House, Columbus, OH 43215; Phone 614-466-8285. E-mail: Cong. Bob Gibbs (18th Congressional District) - 329 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, D. C. 20515; telephone 202-2256265; Fax: 202-225-6265. U. S. Rob Portman, Washington Office: B40D Dirkson Senate Office Building, Washington, D. C. 20510; telephone, 202-224-3353. U. S. Senator Sherrod Brown, 713 Hart Senate Office Bldg., Washington, D. C. 20510; telephone number, 202-224-2315; E-mail: State School Board Member (8th District) Deborah L. Cain, 12896 Sunset Circle NW, Uniontown, OH 44685; telephone, 330-699-3492; E-mail:

By Ed Feulner

What could be more American than encouraging a robust debate on one of the most controversial issues of the day? The answer — for some on the left, anyway — is: lie about your opponents and make a pathetic effort to discredit them. That, at least, is what an activist named Peter Gleick decided to do in a backwards attempt to promote his view that global warming is unquestionably and primarily a man-made phenomenon — one that will cause calamitous changes in the environment. On Feb. 14, Gleick sent several documents he had stolen from the Heartland Institute to more than two dozen fellow activists. And he threw in a fake memo for good measure — one that purportedly showed the institute trying to spread misinformation about climate change. This was followed by the gasps of horror from left-leaning pundits. Why Heartland? Because this free-market non-profit group has been at the forefront of the climate-change debate. They’ve published books, articles and reports, held conferences, and debunked the hysterical claims of the radical environmental movement. Their efforts have earned them the scorn of liberal activists who would rather smear their opponents than debate them. Consider the title of one of Heartland’s most prominent environmental reports: “Roosters of the Apocalypse: How the Junk Science of Global Warming Nearly Bankrupted the Western World.” No wonder they found themselves in Gleick’s crosshairs. As the head of the left-leaning Pacific Institute, he apparently couldn’t let any credible challenge go unsabotaged. So what did the stolen documents reveal? Mostly that Heartland has a broad base of support and that it is pursuing a variety of projects designed to further its mission. Also included was an array of confidential information — donation levels, contact information for board members, and home addresses for some directors, for example. The centerpiece of Gleick’s counterfeit cornucopia was an alleged insider memo outlining plans to stop teachers from “teaching science,” and to “undermine” reports from the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The memo also claimed the Charles G. Koch Foundation was funding Heartland’s climate-change efforts. None of this was true, but it didn’t stop Gleick from loading his “smoking gun.” Unfortunately for him, his ammunition turned out to be blanks. Computer forensic work showed that the memo couldn’t have come from any Heartland computers. It references only the documents that Gleick stole (a theft which he later was forced to admit). It also contains factual errors that no one at Heartland would have made. So why create this spectacularly inept forgery that has come to be known as “Fakegate”? It seems to be an obvious attempt to build a counter-version of “Climategate,” a genuine scandal that erupted when e-mails from the University of East Anglia were leaked in 2009 and 2011. They showed that certain scientists were manipulating data that didn’t support the left’s climate-change agenda and were blackballing scientists that refused to go along with that agenda. Climategate gave the radical environmental movement a well-deserved and very public black eye — and apparently a thirst for revenge. Is Fakegate the extremists’ way of admitting that they cannot compete in the environmental debate on a level playing field? The polls aren’t going their way. Nor is the science. In the face of all this, has it just become too much work for them to engage in a fair fight over the facts? Considering that the odds of them winning a fair fight get longer every day, it appears that the answer is yes. There’s nothing more American than asking questions — even ones that radical environmentalists insist are settled. Bravo to Heartland for standing up to the bullies who want to pretend otherwise. Ed Feulner is (






Steeple to Street When we hear words spoken in our culture today, it would often seem as though those speaking them were not aware of the weight which words carry. A young lady spent four years practicing her saxophone diligently. Her parents put time, energy and money into her pursuit of perfecting the playing of this instrument. A special expensive mouth piece was purchased in addition to the instrument itself. Her parents took her some distance for lessons, and she, being musical, was making lovely tones. Her teacher took her to perform in front of a congregation of at least 200 people. She played in a duet before 1,500. Her music was beautiful and loved by those who heard her. However tragedy struck when her youth leader made a pointed comment that he could not stand saxophones or saxophone music in front of her and her youth group of 35 friends. She was mortified. She never played the instrument again. She eventually dropped out of church. The opposite has been my personal experience. Many have offered words which have challenged me and made me want to be a better person from my youth up. My mentors have spurred me with words of encouragement. The attendees of my first pastorate, I’m sure, looked over my faults and spoke kind words which kept me working to keep from disappointing them. The power of their spoken admiration did a world of good for me. Jewish fathers, it has been noted, daily bless their children. In the Old Testament, Abraham blessed Isaac and Isaac blessed Jacob. Those fathers both gave words of blessing which cannot be taken back. The fact is that words of blessing or demeaning cannot be retrieved and both bring forth some type of fruit. Even if a person can overcome mean words, he may be affected by them for life, and likely never forget them. My heart goes out to those who were traumatized and suffer because of verbal abuse. The epitome of the power of the spoken word is recorded by John the Beloved in the Gospel of John when he writes, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God. All things came into being by Him, and apart from Him nothing came into being that had to come into being. In Him was life, and the life was that light of men…As many as received Him, to them He gave the right to become the children of God, even to those who believe in His name” (John 1:1-4, 12). Words are still as powerful as they have always been whether uttered by God or by people. The same way God’s Word created all that can be seen in its full beauty, Jesus, the Word, has power to transform and create all things new, including the life of anyone who trusts in Him. It is God who speaks peace, it is God who speaks comfort, it is God who speaks hope. Chaplain Chad Durfee Community Hospice of Carroll County

Steeple to Street A happy face God would have us meet life with a merry heart and a happy face. The writer of Proverbs says, “A happy heart is like good medicine” (17:22). Moffat translates it, “A glad heart helps and heals.” A doctor can hardly write in his prescriptions, “to be taken three times a day with a merry heart.” It is medically beneficial that those who laugh the most may live longer. A healthy laugh expands the lungs and is good for each one of us. Job tells us, “While the morning stars sang together all the angels shouted with joy.” (38:7). Be a person in whose company the sun begins to shine even on a rainy day. Remember every time we greet life with a happy human face, we are stretching the span of life of ourselves and giving ourselves the best medicine. Rev. Carl Orphanides Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church

Correction A letter to the editor published last week incorrectly stated Sheriff Williams donated paint and supplies to the Warrior football team. Sherwin Williams made the donation.

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Congratulations Warrior State Track and Field Championship participants



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Seniors Kelsey Cogan (left) and April Sisk both competed in two events at this year’s Ohio State Track & Field Championships in Columbus.


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OBITUARIES Y. Nancy McCullough,70

Darrell E. Henderson,82

Grace Anne Meteer, 72

Y. Nancy McCullough, age 70, of Carrollton had her coronation day on Wednesday, May 30, 2012, in her residence surrounded by her loving family following a brief illThe late ness of brain Y. Nancy cancer. McCullough Born on Sept. 7, 1941, in Canton, OH, she was the daughter of the late George and Helen Valetich. Nancy was a 1959 graduate of Canton McKinley High School. She worked as a secretary of Stark County Dairy Council from 19591962. While living in Carrollton, she worked five years at Ames Department Store. She was known for her sewing, quilting and provided alterations for many people in the community. She loved vacationing at the beach at Isle of Palms, SC, and visiting her two granddaughters in Keller, TX. Nancy was also a very avid reader. She was very active at Trinity Gospel Temple of Canton. She was passionate about the children’s programs for the yearly camp as well as the Bundles of Joy program for unwed mothers. She is survived by her husband of 51 years, Terry; mother-in-law, Juanita O. McCullough; sons, Mark (Elaine) McCullough of Carrollton and Steven (Holly) McCullough of Keller, TX; daughter, Kris (John) Whitmer of Canton; four grandchildren, Nathan McCullough of Florida, Isaac McCullough of Seymour Johnson, NC, USAF; and Adrianna and Kendall McCullough of Keller, TX; sisters, Annie (Perry) Tolios of Boulder City, NV, and Virginia (Ray) Barnes of Canton; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her sister, Elsie (Dan) Grimsley. Respecting Nancy’s wishes, she was cremated. Calling hours will be at 11 a.m. with a memorial service following on Thursday, June 7, at Trinity Gospel Temple, W. Tuscarawas St., Canton. Services to be officiated by her husband, Pastor Terry McCullough. A meal following the service will be held in the church buffet room. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Trinity Gospel Temple designated for Camp Trinity or Bundles of Joy, 1612 W. Tuscarawas St., Canton, OH 44708 or to Community Hospice of Carroll County, 1040 Trump NW, Suite B, Carrollton, OH 44615.

Darrell E. “Sam� Henderson, age 82, of Scio, passed away Wednesday, May 30, 2012, in Aultman Hospital. Born March 30, 1930, in East Canton, he was a son to the late Samuel A. and Florence (Miller) Henderson. Sam was an East Canton resident most of his life and was a Korean War Army veteran discharged with the rank of Sergeant First Class. He retired from the Ohio Power Company in 1991 after 43 years of service. He was a member of Kilgore Evangelical Church where he had served as a trustee, member of Ohio Professional Surveyors, Ohio Power Retirees, Carroll County Arts Commission, a Rotarian for 14 years, life member of the National Rifle Association (NRA) and former director for Bank One in the Steubenville and Wheeling area. He is survived by his wife, Terry S. (Herwick) Henderson; two sons and daughters-in-law, Bradley and Susan Henderson of Canfield, and Brian and Pamela Henderson of Gahanna, OH; four grandchildren, Samuel (Jill) Henderson, Luke Henderson, Sarah (Joseph III) Pershing, and Rachel (Mitchell) Klein; two stepsons and daughters-in-law, Anthony and Candice Silecchia and Joseph and Kristin Silecchia; one stepdaughter, Tara Silecchia; one sister and brotherin-law, Donna and William Kimball of East Canton; and a brother and sister-in-law, Dean and Janet Henderson of Louisville. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his first wife, Beverly Henderson in 2004; and an infant sister, Carol Henderson. Funeral services were held June 2 in Sanders Funeral Home in East Canton with Pastor Terry Will officiating. Interment was in Union Cemetery, East Canton. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Kilgore Evangelical Church, 8114 Germano Rd SE, Amsterdam, OH 43903. Condolences or fond memories may be shared online at

Grace Anne Meteer, 72, of Zephyrhills, FL, passed away May 28, 2012. Born July 9, 1939, in Steubenville, she was a daughter of Monroe and Nina Meteer. She lived the first part of her life in Carroll County, OH. She graduated from Scio High School in 1957 and from The Ohio State University in 1968 with a degree in Home Economics. Grace Anne moved to Florida in 1970 and retired from Sun Trust Bank in Zephyrhills in 2002. She is survived by two sisters, Adele (Royal) Miller of Carrollton, and Esther Yost of Columbia, MO; two nephews; two nieces; three great nephews; three great nieces; two great great nephews and two great great nieces. Grace Anne has been cremated. No services will be held. The family will hold a private memorial at a later date.

Ernest A. Cole, 95 The late Patricia and George Pincola

A preliminary hearing has been set for June 7 for a man accused in taking money at the Dollar General Market on Canton Rd. in Carrollton where he was employed. Steven Morgan, 49, of 2375 Jackson St., Amsterdam, was released on a $30,000 recognizance bond by Carroll County Municipal Court Judge Gary L. Willen when Morgan appeared in County Court last Wednesday. Morgan is charged with grand theft in connection with a total of $8,190 missing from the Dollar General Market receipts.

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Our sincere apology to the Mark Knisely family. Mark passed away in September 2011 and was missed in our tribute to the Veterans for Memorial Day. We are proud to have served the Veterans in the past year and will continue to do so.

Melody J. Lowery, age 51, of Kensington, died Friday, June 1, 2012, at her home following a battle with cancer. Born Oct. 27, 1960, in Alliance, she was a daughter of Bryan and Barbara (West) Grubbs. Melody had been employed at the Essex of Salem as a STNA for six years. She was a member of Bethesda Presbyterian Church. She is survived by her parents; two sons, Scott (Aneissa) Randal and Cody Lowery; a daughter, Kaley Lowery; a sister, Marsha (John) Rutledge; and a brother, Rusty (Lisa) Grubbs. She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Frank and Evelyn Grubbs, and AJ and Evie West. Services were held June 4 at Stark Memorial Funeral Home with Pastor Tom Allmon officiating. This obituary may be viewed online at


Patricia C. Pincola, 78, of Bowerston died Thursday, May 24, 2012 at Akron General Medical Center following injuries sustained in an automobile accident. Born Sept. 13, 1933, in Cherry Valley, OH, she was a daughter of the late John and Clara Vickers Ferrell. Patricia loved being with and taking care of her family, especially her great-grandchildren, they were her pride and joy. She also enjoyed her Twinges class at the YMCA, where she considered them her “second� family, and all of her special friends at the former Garver Brothers Flea Market in Strasburg. Patricia will be sadly missed by her daughter, Cathy (Dan) Galbraith of Dover; sister, Marilyn (Loren) Bates of Indiana; brother, David (Nancy) Ferrell of Blacklick; grandchildren, Jeremy (Renee) Galbraith, Erica (Matt) Zeedyk, Desta (Matthew) Cupp and Jessica Galbraith; and nine greatgrandchildren, Jillian, Carter, Hanah, Abigail, Jayden, Lily, Cailyn, Elyse and Tristan. She was preceded in death by her husband, George Pincola Jan. 6, 2005; sister, Ann Knauff; and her brother, Jay Ferrell. Funeral services were held May 30 in Toland-Herzig Funeral Home and Crematory at Dover with Rev. Lu Ann Youngman officiating. Interment was in Calvary Cemetery at Dover. Those wishing to express their fondest memories of Patricia may do so by visiting the on line obituaries and flowers link at Memorial contributions may be made to Community Hospice, 716 Commercial Ave SW, New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663.

Melody J. Lowery, 51


Ernest A. Cole, age 95, of Kensington died Friday, June 1, 2012, in his home. Born Nov. 4, 1916, in Newland, NC, he was a son to Ira and Magnolia The late (Pritchard) Cole. He was a crane Ernest A. Cole operator for United Engineering in Canton for 30 years and was a member of Carrollton Baptist Temple. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy (Hawkins) (Stoffer) Cole, whom he married Jan. 4, 1977; two daughters, Alverta Roach of N. Fort Myers, FL, and Athnee (Merle) Pearson of Waynesburg; son, Melvin (Lila) Cole of Cape Coral, FL; two stepdaughters, Donna (Paul) Kail of Minerva and Marcia (Don) McLaughlin of Conyers, GA; stepson, Larry (Diana) (Cole) Stoffer of Kensington; daughter-in-law, Darlene Cole of Carrollton; sister, Mildred Lane of Newland, NC; 16 grandchildren, 27 great grandchildren and six great great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Ruth (Grindstaff) Cole; daughter, Lovonia Cole; son, Marlin Cole; two sisters, Bonnie Calhoun and Hester Wise; and six brothers, Frank, Claude, Lovie, Clyde, Hoover and Charles Cole. Funeral services will be Friday June 8 at 11 a.m. in Carrollton Baptist Temple with Rev. David Powell officiating. Burial will be in Liberty Cemetery. Calling hours are Thursday 6-8 p.m. in Gotschall-Hutchison Funeral Home in Minerva and one hour prior to services at the church. Memorial donations may be made to the Carrollton Baptist Church. Those wishing to send condolences may sign the register at

Minerva Local School teachers have agreed to $1.4 million in concession in their new threeyear contract approved Monday. According to Minerva Local School Supt. Joe Chaddock, the Minerva Local Education Association agreed to the concessions over a 3-year period to help offset cuts in state aid of approximately $1 million annually. Under the terms of the new agreement, teachers will receive no pay or step increases and will work 15 additional minutes each day with a focus on increasing student achievement, Chaddock explained. Also, teachers will be required to contribute 12% instead of the present 8% of the cost of health insurance by the end of the agreement, he noted. Speaking on behalf of the Board of Education, Board President Robert Foltz said: “Our teachers really put our students first during very difficult economic times. Minerva students are fortunate to have such a dedicated staff that values our community and the education of its youth,� Foltz added. In a statement on behalf of the teachers, Minerva Local Education Association President Niki Blazer said: “Minerva teachers understand the difficult economic times our community is facing and the massive cuts that have been made to the Minerva District from the state. “Our teachers were willing to make financial sacrifices to help keep the district solvent. Our focus is and always will be on creating the best learning environment possible for Minerva children,� she added. Last month, the Minerva Board of Education approved a staff reduction plan of $1.2 million. “The reduction in staffing coupled with the concessions from the teachers will greatly reduce a projected $6.2 million deficit by fiscal year 2016,� Supt. Chaddock said. The reduction is to include 12-15 teacher and administrative positions and 2-5 classified jobs.

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CHURCH NEWS RABIES CLINIC LOW COST RABIES CLINIC will be held on June 20, from 5:30 PM til 7:00 PM at the Malvern Park. Sponsored by the Carroll County Humane Society. VERY LOW PRICE of $7.00 each. ALL AREAS WELCOME! Bring your pets that are 4 months or older, not pregnant and on a leash or in a cage and sign up. Shirl Berry, Program Coordinator 330-627-3044

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St. James to hold Italian Festival June 16

Children invited to attend Fiesta

St. James Church in Waynesburg will hold their annual Italian Festival Saturday, June 16, beginning at 12 noon. The event will include food

Carrollton First United Methodist Church has extended an invitation to children age 4 through 6th grade to attend a Fiesta: Where kids are fired up about Jesus! The program will be held from 9 to 11:30 a.m. June 11-15 at the church located on the corner of S. Lisbon St. and 3rd St. SE and will provide fun for all ages, including singing catchy songs, playing exciting games, making crafts, nibbling on tasty snacks and experiencing thrilling Bible stories.

Guest speaker to conduct Mt. Pleasant worship service Rev. Ashley Barker-Steele, director of the Steubenville Urban Mission, will serve as guest speaker at the 9:45 a.m. worship service Sunday, June 10, at Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church.

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Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church will host its 56th annual Vacation Bible School June 11-15 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. All children of the community in preschool through junior high are invited. The theme is Biblical Outlook and Outreach Training (BOOT) Camp. For additional information call the church office at 330-627-2219. The church is located at 89 Canyon Rd. SW, Carrollton.


stands, children’s games, games of chance, a Bocce tournament and homemade wine and sauce competitions. The Frank Gallo band will perform from 7 to 10 p.m. For more information contact the church office at 330-866-9449.

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A Biker Sunday will be held June 10 at Dellroy Church of The Nazarene when a special Bikers service will be held at 10:30 a.m. worship service, followed by a meal in the fellowship hall. A Blessing of the bikes fellowship ride will then be held to Beaver Creek State Park, departing at 1 p.m. All bike riders, single or double, are welcome. For more information call Bruce Maney at 330-735-2582.

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Minerva Area Christian School 300 West Lincoln Way, Minerva

330-868-5728 Educating Children in Preschool thru 8th Grade * Offering Preschool Classes for 3 Year Olds 2 day sessions for morning or afternoons * Offering Preschool Classes for 4/5 Year Olds 4 or 5 day sessions 9:00 -12:00 or 9:00 to 3:00 Introducing Super Kids Reading Program

Taking Registrations Now for 2012-13 school year.

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Every Saturday 8:00 AM to NOON

Worship at the church of your choice. Trinity Lutheran Church Rev. Andrew Riggs 275 N. Lisbon, Carrollton, O. Phone 627-4840 Worship 11 A.M. Sunday School 9:45 A.M.

First Christian Church of Malvern George Keralis, Senior Minister Mark Black, Associate Minister of Worship & Music Thurman Culpepper, Jr./Sr. High Youth Minister Kevin Crater, Associate Minister for Children 4046 Coral Rd. NW., Malvern, OH 44644 Phone 330-863-1303 9 A.M. - Heritage Worship-traditional Sunday School classes 10:30 A.M. - Connextion Worship -contemporary Kidz Church Sunday School classes

St. Martin Lutheran Church 301 West Main St., Malvern, OH Sunday School 9 A.M. followed by coffee Worship 10:30 A.M. Communion 1st & 3rd Sunday 330-863-1375

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Rev. Rick Chappell - Pastor Rt. 524, Bergholz, Ohio Phone 740-768-2835 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:45 A.M.

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7 Liberty St., Dellroy, Ohio Rev. David Kessell Phone 735-2609 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:35 A.M. Wed. Family Night 4:30 to 7:30 P.M. Check for small group info

Carrollton Church of God Pastor Carl Fry 371 Moody Ave., Carrollton Phone 627-5222 Sunday Worship 10:35 A.M.

Carrollton Baptist Temple Pastor: David L. Powell 1211 Lincoln Ave. N.W., Carrollton Phone 627-5124 Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Worship 11:00 A.M., 6:00 P.M. Wed. 7:00 P.M. Wed. Kings Kids & Youth 6:30 P.M. Free transportation for all services

Trinity United Presbyterian Church Rev. Alan Jeffries 2nd St. & Lincoln, Bergholz, Ohio Phone 740-768-2511 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:45 A.M.

Baxters Ridge United Methodist Church Rev. Richard Wallace Office 330-735-3187 4006 Jade N.W., Carrollton, Ohio Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship Service 10:30 A.M. (Handicap Accessible)

First United Methodist Church Rev. Daniel Loomis, Pastor Seth Filburn, Youth Director 253 S. Lisbon, Carrollton, Ohio 627-7671 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 8:20 A.M., 10:45 A.M.

Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church Rev. Carl H. Orphanides Church - 89 Canyon Rd. S.W., Carrollton Worship 9:45 A.M. Sunday School 11 A.M. Office and Church - Phone 330-627-2219

Herrington-Bethel United Methodist Church Pastor Lee Iden 4009 Arbor Rd., Phone 330-627-5291 Sunday School 9:30 A.M., Worship 10:40 A.M.

Kilgore-Harsh Memorial United Methodist Church Pastor Kimberly Arbaugh Kilgore Kilgore, Ohio Worship 9:30 A.M. Sunday School 10:30 A.M. Harsh Memorial Harlem Springs, Ohio Phone 739-3472 Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Worship 11:00 A.M. Tuesday Contemporary Praise and Worship Service, followed by small groups and youth group - 6:30 to 7 P.M.

Pleasant Grove-Mt. Zion United Methodist Church Pastor Mark Thomas Pleasant Grove 5230 Arrow Rd. N.W., Minerva Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Worship 11:00 A.M. (Chair lift available) Mt. Zion 2004 Bellflower Rd., Minerva Phone 895-2016 Sunday School 10:45 A.M. Worship 9:30 A.M. Bible Study every Wednesday at 10:30 A.M. & 7 P.M. Intercessory Prayer Wednesday at 9:30 P.M. (Chair lift available)

Sherrodsville Calvary U.M. Church

Perrysville-Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church

Pastor Clarke Hogue III Worship 9:00 A.M. Sunday School 10:15 A.M. Choir - Wednesday 6:30 P.M.

Rev. Kurtis Thomas Phone 330-614-5068 email: Perrysville Rt. 164, Perrysville, Ohio Sunday School 9:30 A.M., Worship 10:30 A.M. Pleasant Hill Scio Rd. S.W. (Rt.332), Carrollton, Ohio Worship 9:00 A.M. Sunday School 10:00 A.M.

Amsterdam Covenant Church Mike Thurston, Pastor 8427 Amsterdam Rd., Amsterdam, Ohio Sunday Worship 10:00 A.M. Sunday School 9:00 A.M. Intercessory Prayer 6:30 P.M. Friday Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 P.M. Men’s Prayer Breakfast - 1st Saturday of each month - 7:00 A.M.

Chestnut Ridge United Methodist Church Rev. Steve Anderson Cinder Rd., Carrollton, Ohio Phone 740-768-2330 Sunday Worship 11:45 A.M.

Harsh Bible Church at 4236 Lunar Rd. NE, Carrollton, will host an open mic night Saturday, June 9, which will include a covered dish at 5 p.m., followed by gospel music and readings. Beverages and eating utensils will be provided. For more information contact Pastor Ed or Debra Good at 330494-7559.


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Open mic night set for Harsh Bible Church June 9

Church of Christ (Christian Disciples) Pastor Mike Doak 353 Moody Ave. S.W. Carrollton Phone 627-4451 Worship 10:00 A.M. Sunday School 9 A.M.

First Presbyterian Church Rev. Burt McGlawn 200 N. Lisbon St., Carrollton Phone 627-4330 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Church Service 10:30 A.M.

Assembly of God Pastor Kerry Green 400 Steub. Rd. Carrollton, Ohio Phone 627-3266 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:30 A.M. & 6:00 P.M. Wed. 7:00 P.M.

Augusta Christian Church 8150 Andora Rd., NE, Augusta, Ohio Pastor Joe Sabella Phone 330-205-4441 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:30 A.M. Youth - Sunday evenings at 6:30 P.M.,

The Family Worship Center Full Gospel Church Pastor Diana Bowling 225 N. Lisbon St., Carrollton Phone 330-627-5589 Sunday Worship 10:00 A.M. Children’s Church after Praise & Worship Wed. Night Prayer 7-8:00 P.M.

Kilgore Evangelical Church Minister Terry Will 8114 Germano Rd. S.E. Amsterdam, Ohio Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Worship 11:00 A.M. Eve. 6:00 P.M. Wed. Bible Study 7:00 P.M.

Seventh Day Adventist Pastor Lori Whitted 450 12th St., Carrollton Office Phone 330-627-7777 Home Phone 330-317-5217 Sabbath School 1:30 P.M. Church Service 3 P.M.

Living Water Fellowship 9610 Muckley Dr., Waynesburg, Ohio 44688 Phone 330-866-5511 Sunday School 9:00 A.M. Sunday Celebration 10:00 A.M. Wednesday Bible Study 6:30 P.M.

Carroll United Presbyterian Church Rev. David Krankovich 265 2nd St. S.W. Carrollton Phone 330-627-4109 Sunday Worship 9:15 A.M. Adult & Children Sunday School 10:30 A.M.

Healing Stream Four Square of Waynesburg Pastor - Dr. Shawn Archer 8763 Elmfort Ave., Waynesburg Phone 330-324-5777 Sunday Worship 10:00 A.M. Wed.Evening Bible Study 6:00 P.M.

Heaven’s Edge Apostolic Church Pastor Bill Grimes 1196 Brenner Rd. NE, Carrollton Phone 330-627-7079 Sunday Service 10 A.M. Thursday Bible Study 7 P.M.

Old Path Bible Baptist Pastor David Crisco 110 Public Square, Carrollton Phone 330-575-4773 Sunday Bible Study 10 A.M. Sunday Service 11 A.M. Wednesday Bible Study 7 P.M.

Simmons Ridge Church Pastor Bill Shank Bear Rd., Amsterdam, Ohio Sunday Worship 11:00 A.M.-12 Noon Adult and children’s Bible Study Sundays at 10 A.M.

Resurrection Lutheran Church (LCMS) Lutheran ChurchMissouri Synod 105 S. Reed Ave.; PO Box 632 Malvern, OH 44644 (location formerly the Village Florist) Services: Sunday at 5 p.m. Sunday School follows Worship Service 330-205-2359 or 330-863-0178

Our Lady of Mercy Roman Catholic Church Fr. Anthony R. Batt 616 Roswell Rd. N.W., Carrollton P.O. Box 155 Phone 627-4664 Mass.-8:30 A.M. Tues., Thurs., Fri. Mass Saturday 4:30 P.M. Mass Sunday 8:30 A.M. Confessions Sat. at 3:30 P.M.

Bergholz Church of Christ Minister Dave Miller 1000 Jefferson St. Phone 740-768-2745 Sunday Worship 9:30 A.M. Sunday School 10:30 A.M. Wed. Services 7:00 P.M.

St. James Church Rev. Joseph Zamary, Pastor 400 W. Lisbon St., Waynesburg, Ohio Phone 330-866-9449 Mass Saturday 4:30 P.M. Mass Sunday 8 A.M. & 10:30 A.M.

Leesville Faith Community Chapel

Amsterdam Community Church of God

Rev. Doug McFadden, Pastor Green St., St. Rt. 212, Leesville 740-269-9024 Worship 9:30 A.M. Pastor Bob Davis Amsterdam, Ohio Phone 740-543-3927 Church School 11 A.M. Sunday Worship 10:30 A.M. & 7 P.M. Bible Service Wednesdays 7:00 P.M. Children’s Programs Choir Practice Wednesdays 8:00 P.M. Wednesday 10:30 A.M. and 7 P.M.

St. Mary Catholic Church

Harvest Christian Center

8012 Bachelor Rd. N.W., Morges Fr. Anthony R. Batt Weekday Mass - Wednesday 9:00 A.M. Saturday - 6:00 P.M. Sunday 11:00 A.M.

Pastor Charles F. Brown 204 W. High St., Minerva 330-904-4424 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Sunday Worship 10:30 A.M. Midweek Service Thursday 7:00 P.M.

Harrison Hills United Pentecostal Church Pastor Kirt Denney 87800 Cadiz-Jewett Rd. Phone 740-946-2851 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:45 A.M, 6:30 P.M. Tuesday Bible Study 7:30 P.M.

Carrollton Church of The Nazarene Rev. Grace Baughman 274 Fifth St., N.W. Carrollton, Ohio Phone 330-862-8016 Sunday Worship 11:00 A.M. Sunday School 10:00 A.M.

Christ Community Church Pastor Ron Silver 20 East Main St., Dellroy, Ohio Phone 330-735-2127 Sunday School 9:00 A.M. Worship Service 10:00 A.M.

Greenbrier Non Denominational Church Harold Barber, pastor 330-738-3301 5207 Apollo Rd., Salineville, Ohio 43945 Worship Service 10 A.M.

Waynesburg Free Will Baptist Church Pastor Raymond Stanley 8600 Waynesburg Dr., Waynesburg, OH Ph. 866-3317, Pastor’s Ph. 330-837-2494 Sunday Service 10 A.M. & 7 P.M. Thursdays 7 P.M. Gospel singing - 3rd Saturday of month at 7 P.M.

North Suburban Church of Christ

Minister: Steve Wilsford 1067 N. Lisbon, Carrollton, Ohio Mt. Zion Phone 330-627-1111 Church of God Sunday - Bible Study 9:45 A.M. 13353 Lincoln St., Minerva, OH 44657 Sunday Worship 10:55 A.M., 6:00 P.M. Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 P.M. Pastor Leamon R. Whitehead Free Bible Study Correspondence 330-868-1016 Course - P.O. Box 613, Sunday morning service 10:00 A.M. Carrollton, OH 44615 Sunday evening service 6:00 P.M. Thursday evening service 7:00 P.M.

Harsh Bible Church Minister Ed Good 4236 Lunar Rd., Carrollton, Ohio Phone 330-494-7559 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:30 A.M. Sunday Evening Service 6 P.M. Wednesday Bible Study 7 P.M.

Riley’s United Methodist Church Pastor Patrick Smith Rt. 39, Salineville Worship 9:30 A.M. Everyone Welcome

New Harrisburg Presbyterian Church Rev. John Lane 3006 Waynesburg Rd. Phone 330-627-4294 Bible Study 9:30 A.M. Worship Service 10:45 A.M.

Carrollton Bible Chapel

Sandy Valley Baptist Church Matt Smith, Pastor 530 Elson Street, P.O. Box 482 Magnolia, Ohio 44643 Ph: 330-866-3254 Sunday School 10 A.M. Sunday Preaching 11 A.M. Sunday Evening 6 P.M. Wednesday Evening 7 P.M.

Carrollton Believers Fellowship “A God Experience for the Whole Family” Pastors Frank & Fran Leghart 1001 Canton Rd. NW, Carrollton Phone 330-627-4848 Mailing address: PO Box 146, Carrollton, OH 44615 Services: Sunday 10 A.M. Wednesday 7 P.M. Children’s classes & Nursery at all services BLAZE Youth Ministry - Weds. 7 P.M.

“Community Fellowship in Jesus Christ” Malvern United Senior Pastor Dr. Chuck Wilson Methodist Church 365 Steubenville Rd. S.E. Pastor Allen Hill Carrollton 121 Wood Street Phone 627-7376 Phone 330-863-0009 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship: 9:30 A.M. Sunday Worship 10:30 A.M. Sunday School: 11 A.M. Youth: Sunday evenings at 6:30 P.M. Youth Groups Wed. 6:30 P.M.

Wesley Community Chapel Rev. Gordon Warner 569-12th St. N.W. Carrollton Phone 627-2917 Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Worship 10:45 A.M. Sunday Evening Service 6:00 P.M. Wednesday 7:00 P.M. Youth and children ministries

New Vine Baptist Church 423 East Porter St., Malvern Pastor Steve Gilreath Phone 330-627-5972 Sunday Morning Worship: 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship: 6 P.M. Adult Bible Study and Youth Group: Thursday at 7 P.M.

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Carrollton, Ohio

Thursday, June 7, 2012


Mages officials summoned to discuss Commerce Park development By Carol McIntire Editor Carroll County Commissioners met Thursday with officials from Mages to discuss development of the Commerce Park. Commissioners expressed their disappointment that the anchor company for the park, Select Energy, backed away from an agreement to locate here. “We are very disappointed with the announcement they were not coming to Carroll County,” said Commissioner President Jeff Ohler. “We had $800,000 in grant funds on the line to update the sewer system and we negotiated a TIF (Tax Incentive Funding) agreement with Carrollton Schools. That agreement wasn’t easy for them to approve because they haven’t passed a levy since in the 1970s.” Commissioner Tom Wheaton said he was beyond disappointed. “We were working with you guys up to one week before they announced they weren’t coming,” Wheaton said to Mages President Scott Theeringer and Real Estate Consultant Harris Major. “We found they were talking to Tuscarawas County officials at the same time they were working with us.” When the Select Energy made

the announcement they were not locating in Carroll County, it was learned they were locating in Tuscarawas County. “When you came in, you said you had all the connections. I don’t even see anything on your website about us,” Wheaton told Theeringer. “Initially there was a lot of hype on Carroll County,” Theeringer replied. “In the meantime natural gas has fallen below $2 and oil has dropped to about $88 per barrel. The market has changed in the last six months. “I know you are disappointed,” he continued. “Select has to do what’s best for their company. They have a new CEO and a new regional manager which also had an affect on the decision not to locate here. They also have issues with Chesapeake and don’t want to go down the road with them…and this is Chesapeake country.” He said he doesn’t believe Select Energy was hedging Carroll County against Tuscarawas County. “They are a customer-driven business and they have to go where the business is,” he stated. Going forward, Theeringer said Mages plans to market the Commerce Park to companies that have to be here, those who have contracts with Chesapeake.

John Barnett elected vice chair of county Democrat Party John Barnett is the new vice chair of the Carroll County Democrat Party. Barnett, a Carroll County native and resident of Washington Twp. was elected to the position earlier this year following the resignation of Jane Lindner. The position is voted on by members of the Carroll County Democrat Central Committee. Barnett was elected when Ruby Gilliam, party chair, broke a tie vote between Barnett and Larry Garner during the March Central Committee meeting. Barnett has been a member of the Central Committee since 2006 and has been very active in politics dating back to the 1970s when he worked on the George McGovern for president campaign in charge of the door-todoor campaign. He was a member of the Carroll County Young Democrats until 1980. He served as a presiding judge for the Fox Twp. voting precinct during elections from 1984-1986 and worked on the Walter Mondale for president campaign in 1984. He is currently working with the Ohio Democrat Party on issues pertaining to Carroll County and is coordinating the

county campaign efforts for the 6th District Congressional Campaign of C h a r l i e Wilson, Ohio 39th District campaign of Lou Gentile and 95th District Ohio House campaign of C h a r l i e Daniels. John Barnett He and his wife, Cathy, have two children, Bethany, who is serving in the military, and Kevin, who is involved in the funeral business.

Commissioner Wheaton suggested that going forward, they should look to diversify the industries that locate in the Commerce Park. “The way it has been marketed is to the oil and gas industry,” Wheaton said. “Do we have anyone locally interested in moving out there?” he asked. “I am worried about the longevity of someone going out there who is involved in the oil and gas industry. Are they going to be there a short time and

then up and leave us with vacant buildings? If we had known we were going to be so susceptible to the market, we may have looked at it a little differently in the beginning,” he added. Theeringer termed the oil and gas industry as “great” in Carroll County. “The industry is great here, but it is not there yet,” he said. “You have some rigs in here drilling but you still have a long way to go to

mature. We need to be realistic. It was a 2-5 year plan initially. That is when we thought it was a boom rush. It is going to take a little bit of time.” Ohler stressed how important it is for Mages to find companies to replace Select Energy. “Your work is cut out for you,” he said looking directly at Theeringer. “As this moves forward, you have to find tenants to replace Select. We need clients

who will provide jobs that will allow the county to get grants to upgrade the sewer plant.” “We want you to fill the park and tomorrow would be ok,” chimed in Economic Development Director Glenn Enslen. Going forward, Theeringer said commissioners would receive weekly updates on Mages’ progress from Harris. “We hope to be successful from here forward,” he said.


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Carrollton, Ohio

Thursday, June 7, 2012


Woman seeking volunteers for children at risk support group; plans meeting Concerned Citizens for Children at Risk in Carroll County will hold a brainstorming session June 21 at 7 p.m. at the home of Debbie Albright, chairman of the organization. Albright said about 20 parents have been discussing forming the group for close to a year and are hosting the session to gather volunteers to help not only at risk children but the various social service departments that work with the children. Community leaders, parents, pastors, department employees and business owners are invited to attend the meeting. Albright said, “The various departments are here to protect our children. We want to help them because as parents, we don’t


while they impose probation, are not able to enforce it. This is one of the issues the group wants to address. Other major points to be discussed at the brainstorming session include: protection of children; accountability for children who have behavior problems; and enforcement of probation rules. Albright noted she would like to see court ordered counseling enforced for all violators in and out of Tobin Center and anger management offered to juveniles. Volunteers could help with court ordered community service or in school suspension programs. Another issue the group wants to address is establishing a group home for violent offenders until

they can return home. Albright said she has heard a lot of conversations regarding the need for this type of home. Albright noted, parents are running the gantlet from being enraged to unable to stop crying over these issues. “I feel the Lord has put this in my hands,� she stated. “I have the fire and want to help these at risk children.� Interested persons over age 18 should call Albright at 330-6270122 or 330-312-5535. No special qualifications are needed, Albright said, “Just have a heart and a desire to help.� Once the group gets established, future plans include fundraisers to start a foundation. “Changes need to be made in the probation department, not regard-

ing staff, but maybe laws need changed. The community doesn’t realize how bad the problem is.

We need to open our eyes and work together,� stated Albright. “If one child is saved, it is worth it.�

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In other business, council: -LEARNED DiPietro Excavating overcharged the village $42,000 for construction projects. State auditors found the mistake and the village has been reimbursed. -DECIDED to remain with American Electric Power to supply electric service instead of using a third party vendor. -WILL purchase a new F250 Ford truck for the street department. The truck will run on either gas or national gas and will be equipped with a snowplow


feel we are being heard. We realize each department has their own role in the process, we just don’t feel we have a voice in the process.� Albright, whose children are grown and is a concerned citizen, noted there is no worse nightmare than calling 911 on your child. Several members of the group feel they are reaching out for help but it is not arriving. One of the goals of the group is to help the juvenile court system. They feel probation is being put in place regarding at risk children but it is not being enforced. “We want to help the court system to free up their time to hold the probation department accountable.� Albright said it is possible the court system’s hands are tied and

package. Bids received were $21,436.58 from Guess Motors and $23,575 from Wendell Ford. -LEARNED Chesapeake Energy has withdrawn their offer to lease village property for gas and oil drilling. However, Rex Energy has offered the village $3,500 per acre with 20 percent of gross royalties for 267 acres. The village will advertise from June 7 through July 5 for interested bidders. -DIRECTED Administrator Denny Roudebush to apply for

Ohio Water Development Authority (OWDA) funding for the Lincoln Ave. Phase II project not to exceed $100,000. Two estimates were received and both came in over the engineer’s estimate. -APPROVED a variance for 44 2nd St. SE to go from residential to non-conforming status to allow for office space. -SCHEDULED a street and alley committee meeting for June 11 at 6 p.m. -THANKED local clubs and

organizations for planting, mulching and painting within the village. -APPROVED an emergency ordinance for a cleaning contract with Integrity Carpet Cleaning of Carrollton for cleaning services at the Municipal Building and Safety Center. Cost is not to exceed $1,140 per month and includes all supplies. The contract is a $60 increase. -SCHEDULED the next council meeting for June 11 at 7 p.m. in council chambers.

who chose to speak at the hearing asked the office remain open due to the distance and time requirements involved in traveling to another office to conduct business. “FSA places the utmost priority on ensuring that our services to producers remain strong as this consolidation process begins,� said FSA

Administrator, Bruce Nelson. The agency will provide farmers and ranchers affected by closures an opportunity to choose the most convenient neighboring county office with which to conduct their future business with the agency. In addition, all employees in a closing office will be provided an opportunity to continue their work with FSA.

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Baird has been a shared executive director with Tuscarawas County for the past several years. Earlier this year when the USDA announced they

planned to consolidate the Carroll County office with the Tuscarawas County office, a public hearing was held that was attended by about 80 county producers. All of those

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Board President Lee Bowdish explained the process of hiring coaches to the audience noting it is not as simple has “just hiring a coach.� “We are bound by Ohio Revised Code,� he explained. “We must give first preference to certified staff within our own district. If none are interested, we must open it to certified personnel in other districts. If no one is interested, then we can post it to the general public.� Fierbaugh, who is retiring from the school district this year, has coached the varsity boys team for the past three seasons and was the JV coach for a year prior to that. He was rehired for the 2012-13 season. Moore was not so lucky. He coached the varsity girls team the past two seasons leading the team to a 14-7 mark this past season and a win in a sectional tournament game. He and Fierbaugh both earned post-season coaching

awards. The board did not hire Moore who is not a school district employee. Instead they awarded a one-year supplemental contact to Chanda Myers, a first year language arts teacher in the Conotton Valley District as they were required to do by Ohio Revised Code.

Founded in 1992, Hunter Associates is an independent wealth management firm headquartered in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania with a branch office located in Salem, Ohio. Hunter Associates is built on investment and wealth management philosophies developed by the firm’s chairman, David Hunter, and is among the region’s largest independent investment advisory firms. The Salem, Ohio branch was established in April of 2011 by longtime financial advisors, Robert S. McCulloch, III and John C. Scarpitti, who serve as managing directors of the firm and David A. Scarpitti who serves as the branch manager of the new office. Prior to joining Hunter Associates, Bob, John and Dave were employed by Parker/Hunter Incorporated, of which David Hunter was chairman before his departure in 1992, and its successor firm, Janney Montgomery Scott LLC, which acquired Parker/Hunter in 2005.

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Robert S. McCulloch, III, is a native of Salem, Ohio and has served clients in the investment industry for more than 30 years. He currently serves on the executive committee and board of directors of Hunter Associates. Bob holds a bachelor’s degree from Denison University and an M.B.A. from the University of Pittsburg. He obtained his CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ certification in 1985

In addition to Bob, John and David, the Salem office employs three associates and plans to add two additional advisors within the next six months.

John C. Scarpitti grew up in Sebring, Ohio and now resides in Salem, Ohio. He has served clients in the investment industry for more than 25 years. He currently serves on the management committee of Hunter Associates. John holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Mount Union and a master’s degree from Miami University. He has completed the Accredited Wealth Management program at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. David A. Scarpitti is a native of Sebring, Ohio. He has worked in the investment industry for more than 15 years. Before beginning his career in finance David was a teacher and coach with the Sebring McKinley local school district. David holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Mount Union and a master’s degree from Youngstown State University.

Hunter Associates is located at 194 East State Street in Salem, Ohio. For more information please contact the firm at (330) 318-8228 or (800) 203-6593 or visit the website at www.






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Athletic Booster Meeting Next meeting of the Carrollton Warrior Athletic Booster Club is July 2 at 6 p.m. in the CHS Home Economics room,

Section B

June 7, 2012

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Sisk places sixth at state meet in shot By Bob Evans Sports Editor COLUMBUS - Two outstanding Carrollton High School track careers came to an end last weekend at the annual OHSAA State Track and Field Championships at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in Columbus. Seniors April Sisk and Kelsey Cogan represented Carrollton in two events each. In her final day of competition, Sisk earned All-Ohio honors by placing sixth in the shot put. Her second throw of 40’6.25” in the preliminaries earned her a spot on the podium. “It was a lot of fun and I did much better than yesterday (Friday),” Sisk said. “I didn’t do well and I wanted to do better today.” Sisk will attend West Virginia Wesleyan College in Buckhannon on a track scholarship. The discus had been Sisk’s best event for most of the season, but Friday it wasn’t as she threw just 114’ 8” and didn’t qualify for the finals. She leaves Carrollton as the school record holder in the discus. For Cogan, it was a disappointing two days. On Saturday, she ran in the 3,200-meter run where she

placed 16th with a time of 12:07,97. “It was not a good race. If I want to run in college I am going to have to do better than that,” she said. Cogan will run cross country and indoor and outdoor track for Bowling Green University beginning this fall. Cogan was also a member of the 3,200-meter relay team of sophomores Naomi Young, Taylar Bennett and Lindsay Schandel that placed 15th with a time of 10:16.45. Akron St. Vincent, St. Mary won the girls team championship for the second straight year with 55 points and Columbus Eastmoor Academy was second with 46 points. In the boys portion, Carrollton sophomore hurdler Lynk Tranter ran in the 110 high hurdles. Tranter ran a 15.66 in the preliminaries and failed to make it into Saturday’s finals. Tranter was disappointed, but knows what it will take to get back next year. “I got off to a bad start,” he said, “This was a good experience. I am going to work harder so I can get back here next year.” Dayton Dunbar won the team title with 49 points and Akron St. Vincent, St. Mary followed in a close second with 46 points.

Carrollton track and field athletes April Sisk (left) and Kelsey Cogan (right) finished out their high school careers last weekend at the state meet. Sisk threw the shot to a sixth place finish and Cogan placed 16th in the 3,200 meter run.

Carrollton sophomore Lynk Tranter failed to qualify for the finals in the 110 hurdles, but is determined to get back to state next year.

Carrollton sophomores Lindsay Schandel (left), Naomi Young (center) and Taylar Bennett teamed up with senior Kelsey Cogan to place 15th in the state in the 3,200 meter relay.

State champion Sandy Valley’s Milhoan wins long jump , finishes 5th in 110 hurdles By Bob Evans Sports Editor COLUMBUS - For Andrew Milhoan of Sandy Valley it was just an amazing weekend. The Cardinals’ senior won the

Division II state championship in the long jump last Friday and followed that performance by earning All-Ohio with a fifth place finish in the 110 high hurdles on Saturday at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium in Columbus.

Sandy Valley senior Andrew Milhoan placed fifth in the 110 hurdles Saturday, a day after he won the state Division II long jump title.

“This has been an amazing weekend,” said Milhoan, “I won the long jump yesterday, finished fifth today and I graduate tomorrow. What more could you ask for?” Milhoan was just hoping to get a medal. He never thought about gold. Milhoan went out and jumped 22’ 11.5” to earn the top spot on the podium. “I thought I could make the top 10 coming out of the regional,” said Milhoan, who will be attending Mount Union University in the fall. “I was just hoping to get to the finals and a place on the podium. I didn’t think I would win.” Milhoan credited a rain delay following the preliminaries on Friday for helping him. “I think I may have over warmed up,” he said. “It helped me get a little rest.” On Saturday in the hurdles, he ran a 14.79 to place fifth. “I am happy with that,” he said. “It has been some weekend.” To get to the finals, he had to qualify on Friday where he ran a 14.993. The top nine qualifiers made the finals and the top eight earned AllOhio and a place on the podium. Also representing the Cardinals was junior Ben Lehotay in the 3,200-meter run. Lehotay ran a time of 10.08 to place 14th. The Lady Cardinals were not to be outdone at the state meet. Senior Briana Schubert jumped her way to a spot on the podium and All-Ohio honors by placing sixth in the long jump at 16’ 7”.

Minerva’s Kyle Crum churns down the track in the 100 meter dash. In the inset, Kaele Lightfoot passes runners in the 800 meter run,

Crum and Lightfoot pace Minerva athletes at top meet By Bob Evans Sports Editor COLUMBUS - It was a busy two days for Minerva senior Kyle Crum. Crum, a Kent State University football recruit, ran in four events at the state’s top track and field meet and earned two medals for his efforts. “It’s been long,” Crum said, “But worth it. “ Crum finished in eighth place in the 200-meter dash with a time of 22.20 and was a member of the 400-meter relay team of junior Jacob Riley, senior Adam Harper and junior Corey Schaffner that placed sixth with a time of 43.36.

Crum finished 10th in the 100meter dash with a time of 11.20 and tied for 14th in the long jump with a jump of 20’ 0.25” The 3,200-meter relay team of junior Lucas Nezbeth, senior Seth Goshorn, junior Quade Zeedrich and senior Adam Anderson ran a 8:26.57 to place 13th. The 1,600-meter relay team of Harper, Goshorn, Zeedrich and Anderson finished in 16th place with a time of 3:45.70. Dayton Dunbar won the team title with 49 points and Akron St. Vincent, St. Mary was a close second with 46 points. On the girls side, the Lions were represented by defending state champion in the 800-meter run, junior Kaele Lightfoot.

Lightfoot started strong, but in the end fell to fifth place in the 800 with a time of 2:15.43, her best of the season. “I am really disappointed,” Lightfoot said. “I did not run well. This will motivate me to train harder for next year.” Akron St. Vincent, St. Mary won the girls team championship with 55 points and Columbus Eastmoor Academy was second with 46 points. For the first time in a number of years, the Malvern Lady Hornets had a representative at the state meet in Division III. Junior Dolly Rinehart competed in the long jump. She finished 10th overall with a jump of 16’ 1.75”.



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Thursday, June 7, 2012


Sign up for Little Warrior football slated Sign up for Little Warrior football is slated for June 9 and June 16 from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at 84 Public Square in Carrollton. The Little Warrior grid season is scheduled to begin in early August, according to officials. The Carrollton Little Warriors organization has also announced they will be awarding two scholarships to those playing Little Warrior football to further their education. A $250 award will be given yearly to third and fourth grade players and $500 to fifth and sixth grade players. Criteria for the award will be based on citizenship, leadership and sportsmanship. The money may be used in any way, including, but not limited to college, vocational or any job related training. According to Little Warriors officials, the money can go towards housing, transportation, books or any part of the education and will be at the discretion of the winner on his or her graduation. Any high school student taking college courses may use the award at that time to help offset expenses. Participants however, must decide to take some sort of furthering education to participate in the program. The scholarship is not limited to one year, and a single player may or may not earn the award in every year he or she participates in Little Warrior football. All coaches and officers of the Carrollton Little Warriors and their children are not eligible for the scholarship.

Cage camp set for girls The Carrollton High School girls basketball program will be holding camp for all girls entering grades first through eighth June 11,12, 13 and 14 from 9-11:30 a.m. at the Bell-Herron Middle School. Cost is $40 per camper. For families with more than one child attending the camp the cost will be an additional $20 per camper. Deadline for registration is June 11, 2012. The camp will stress basketball fundamentals, including defense, shooting form, passing and dribbling. Team play and individual contests will be held. Campers will each receive a tshirt. For more information please call Jodi Poole at 330-627-7188. Checks are to be mailed to Jodie Poole, 252 Third St. NE, Carrollton, OH 44615.

LADIESgolf league The Carroll Meadows Tuesday Morning Ladies Golf League played “low put” last week. First place, Jean Bright; second place, Stephanie Lovett; third place, Carole Sabol, Donna Jackson and Mary Giannone. Birdies: Bright and Lovett. Chipin: Lovett.

Carrollton grid program selling Fathead “C” logos The Carrollton high school football program is selling Fathead Wall Graphics of the new football logo that will be featured on the team’s helmets. Each graphic is three feet tall and two feet wide and comes in three different styles, a black “C” on a white background, a white “C” on a black background, and a black helmet with a white “C”. Cost for a single Fathead is $45 and $80 for two. For more information on purchasing a fundraiser Fathead please call the Carrollton football office at 330-627-8430.

Send results, team photos to The FPS Hot Stove baseball, girls softball, coach pitch and t-ball coaches are welcome to submit weekly results for publication in The Free Press Standard. Remember to include players’ first and last names. Coaches and parents can also drop off or email team photos for publication. Please make sure team name and league and I.D. from left to right is included. Results and team photos can be emailed to:

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Lady Warrior softball athletes are selected All-District The Eastern District Softball Coaches Association announced its All-District first and second teams last week. Carrollton had two players named to the first team, Gabi Fletcher and Taylor Lowdermilk, while Bethany Sevek and Tanner Owens each were second team selections. Conotton Valley’s Kayla Conner was named first team and Becca Jones and Brooke Leatherman second team. For the Malvern Lady Hornets, Taylor Zeiger and Paige Thompson were named first teamers and Tori McKinney and Kyra Wadsworth second teamers. Sandy Valley is represented by Olivia Bland and Chloe Otte on the first team and Kennedy Bowling and Abbie Hughes on the second.

Classifieds Work! Call 330-627-5591

Carroll Special Olympians to compete in Ohio Summer Games The Carroll County Special Olympics program has chosen 10 athletes to represent Carroll County at the 43rd annual Special Olympics Ohio Summer Games in Columbus June 22-24 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. They are D. J. Anno, Erick Prowe, Gene Fankhauser, Matt Crough, Aaron Scott, John Evans, Enrique Gonzales, Jenny Moore, Lexi Swearingen and Frank Dickey. Over 2,700 athletes from across Ohio will compete in 11 different sport-

ing events. They will also see movies, attend recreational clinics and take part in the Opening Ceremonies held at Jesse Owens Stadium. If anyone would like to sponsor an athlete or make a donation please call Tomi Moore at 330-627-4866, ext. 25. Pictured are from left to right are: Front row - Jenny Moore and Lexie Swearingen. Back row - D.J. Anno, Eric Prowe, Gene Fankhauser, Matt Crough, Aaron Scott, John Evans and Enrique Gonzales.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Carrollton, Ohio


Summer Fun!


M alvern H omecoming F estival! Sponsored by Great Trail Firefighters Association

WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 THRU SATURDAY JUNE 16, 2012 • Nightly Entertainment • Great Food • Community Organizations • Nightly Ride Passes

Join us at THE ASHTON HOUSE MUSEUM for a journey back in time and catch a glimpse of life through the decades of the 20TH century. Reminisce and reflect on days gone by.

Schedule of Events

Bring Lunch & Enjoy Our Gardens 120 Third St. NW., Carrollton, Ohio 44615 330.627.2682 website:

JUNE 13 - ALL AMERICAN SCALES PARADE at 6 pm (Lineup Begins-4 pm) DJ-K-Sounds @ 7:00 pm JUNE 14 - WOODS’ GROCERY presents: Old Classic Rock Cover Band & $ 1500 of FREE Door Prizes JUNE 15 - LeBEAU GEOTHERMAL HEATING & COOLING presents: Coldshot Band - Classic Rock 7-11 pm JUNE 16 - MICHAEL J. HULIT DDS presents: Misfit Bandits Band - Classic Rock - 7 - 11 pm SATURDAY - MORE FREE DOOR PRIZES @ 1 PM AND HOT DOG EATING CONTEST @ 6 pm ( Registration at 5:30 pm)




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Great Rides & Games by Kissel Amusement Co.

Saturday, June 23, 4 - 7 PM Cost... $850 (PRE-SALE ONLY)

RIDES START: • Wed. Thurs. Fri. - 5 pm • Saturday - Noon Saturday Children’s Matinee Sponsor - ADVANCE AUTO BODY Noon ʝtill 5 :00 pm Student Scholarship Sponsor - VFW Post 4120 Ohio Charities Bring the Outstanding Citizen Sponsor - ROCKEY’S MARATHON

Incls: 1/2 Gerber’s Chicken, Scalloped Potatoes, Green Beans, Roll & Butter, Drink & Dessert.

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JULY 2012 July 3 Bands On The Lawn - Lighthouse Bistro July 4 Fireworks - Atwood Lake July 5-7 East Sparta Homecoming July 13 Rally-In-The-Alley July 14 Kody Storm Concert (FREE) at BFA July 14-15 Skunk Hollow Music Fest July 17-22 Carroll County Fair



August 3-4 Kilgore Homecoming - Kilgore

Sept. 1-3 Great Trail Festival, Malvern September 1-3 Atwood Car Show at Marina West September 7 New Wave Nation Concert - BFA September 8 Dancing On The Bridge - Malvern September 15 Tractor Pull, Kilgore September 21-22 Tractor Pull - Mechanicstown September 18 Lake Mohawk’s Fall Fest September 22-23 Fighting McCooks Re-enactment September 29 Scarecrows On The Square - Carrollton September 29 CHS Band Show Extranaganza September 29 Clam Bake-OSU/Michigian- Lighthouse September 29-30 Stockers & Streeters Car Show - Minerva

August 10-11 Antique Tractor & Draft Horse Show August 10-12 Sandy Beaver Canal Days-Magnolia August 11 Crab Boil & Movie - Lighthouse Bistro August 11 Dellroy Homecoming August 15-18 Scio Fall Fest - Scio August 18 Fish Fry & Movie - Atwood Lake Boats E August 22 Community Hospice Golf Outing August 25 Kilgore Tractor Pull August 25-26 Great Trail Fest - Malvern

MORE FUN IDEAS... Boating - Fishing - Swimming Hiking - Biking - Museums Camping -Shooting Sports Bowling - Golf ... Or Visit an Alpaca, Buffalo or Dairy Farm


October 5-6 Tractor Pulls - Mechanicstown October 5-6-7 Fall Fest -Atwood Lake Park October 12-14 Algonquin Mill Fall Festival-Petersburg October 14 Strongheart Quartet C. Bible Chapel October 19-21 12th Power Show-Fairgrounds Carrollton October 27 Kilgore Trick or Treat & Party, Kilgore October 28 Trunk or Treat - C. Bible Chapel October 31 Trick or Treat - Carrollton

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Sunday - Thursday 8 AM - 6 PM

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Friday & Saturday 8 AM - 8 PM

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Thurs., August 30 Grandstand-$15 Track-$20

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• DEMOLITION DERBIES Sun., Sept. 2 Mon., Sept. 3 $

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8 - FAIR ADMISSION INCLUDES RIDES & FREE PARKING • Daily Big Cat Encounter Shows • High School Band Concerts • Horse Shows • Harness Racing • J & E Band • Kody Storm & The Winds Band •Aftermath - Experience the 60’s • 5 Star Entertainment - A Tribute to Willie Nelson & Friends • Trippers Band • Phil Dirt Presents - Surfs Up! A Tribute to The Beach Boys

GATE ADMISSION ONLY $5.00 One of the highlights of the summer months Friday, July 20 for the young and old alike is the CARROLL COUNTY FAIR The tentative schedule is as follows:

9:00 AM Carroll County Tractor Pull Dead Weight 1 PM Flower Show Open


TUESDAY, JULY 17 Grandstand Seating $3 / Track Seats $5 8:30 AM Fair Officially Opens 9 AM Judging,Horticulture Hall, Grange Displays SATURDAY, JULY 21 9 AM Open Class Dairy Cattle Judging 8 AM - 2 PM Open Class Draft Horse / Pony Hitch 11AM Senior Sing-Along 7 PM FULL PULL PRODUCTIONS NOON Flag raising by Carroll County Council Grandstand Seating $3 / Track Seats $5 of the American Legion 12 NOON Harness Racing (Pari-Mutuel) No Grandstand Fee SUNDAY, JULY 24 10 AM Mod Rod Pullers 1 PM Flower Show Open 3:30 PM Fair Royalty Presentation 2 PM Combine Demo-Derby 7:00 OPEN TO THE WORLD HORSE PULL 6 PM Mangled Metal Productions Demo Derby WEDNESDAY, JULY 18 9 AM - 12 Tractor Games - CC Antique Tractor Club 9 AM Weigh-In For Pedal Tractor Pull

Open To The World (MUST BE 18 OR OLDER) MUST HAVE PIT PASS TO ENTER PIT AREA Grandstand Seating $3 / Track Seats $5

Male & Female will pull together in all classes

10 AM Pedal Tractor Pull 11 AM Open Class Beef Cattle Judging 7 PM CHRIS HIGBEE PERFORMANCE Grandstand Seating $3

THURSDAY, JULY 19 9:00 AM Carroll County Tractor Pull Dead Weight (cut off time 4 pm) 9:00 AM Open To The World Antique Tractor Pulls ( transfer sled) (cut off time 4 pm)

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Strawberry Festival June 7, 8 & 9, 2012

Come Join The Fun!! BINGO - GAMES - GOOD FOOD Thursday, JUNE 7

TRACTOR PULL Classes 4500 LBS. 5500 LBS. 6500 LBS. 7500 LBS (Puller must provide own hitch person)

Scales Open @ 5:30 PM Pull Starts @ 6:30 PM


Saturday, JUNE 9

Friday, JUNE 8

PARADE - 7 PM GARDEN TRACTOR Line-Up North of Village on Rt. 9 & ATV PULL Presented by: TRACTOR PULL

Classes: 8,500 10,500 LBS. and 12,500 LBS.

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CANTON, OHIO Sat. June 23, 2012 @ 7:30 p.m. All Admissions - $8.00 GATES OPEN at 5:00 P.M.

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For Additional Info call 330-324-2411 or 330-413-9648 Presented by the Augusta Twp. Volunteer Fire Dept. Inc. Entertainment and Something for everyone to enjoy! Thanks for your support! Augusta Twp. Volunteer Firefighters

• Horse Boarding • Training • Riding Lessons

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Camp LiMRod — the best time of your summer!



s a mission of the First United Presbyterian Church of Alliance, Camp LiMRod seeks to bring people closer to God and to each other by providing a Christian atmosphere within the serenity of nature.

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wonderful memories! Call or E-mail for more information or to request a camp brochure

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2012 Camps June 11 - 15 Born to Run Camp for grades 7-12 June 17 - 21 Arts Camp for grades 4-8 June 25 - 27 Mini-Resident Camp for grades 4-6 July 8 - 13 High School Service Camp for grades 9-12 July 16 - 20 Day Camp 1 for grades 1-6

July 22 - 27 Middler Camp for grades 6-8 July 30 - Aug. 3 Day Camp 2 for grades 1-6 Aug. 5-8 Primitive Camp for grades 9-12 Aug. 9 Preschool Camp - a day at camp for preschoolers and a parent

Preschool and Parent Day!

Born to Run Camp A resident camp for track/cross country athletes or other athletes using running as a part of their training June 11-15 For Students Entering Grades 7-12 Attend as an individual, or bring your whole team. The Bible uses many running metaphors for the Christian walk of faith, and the life of a runner provides many opportunities to grow closer to God. Camp LiMRod’s “Born to Run” resident camp is designed to help athletes make a meaningful connection between their running and their faith, and improve both in the process. This camp will include daily runs through the beautiful Camp LiMRod trails, but it will not be running intensive; there will be no two-a-days or strenuous workouts unless your team’s coach has instructed the athlete to do so. The focus on this camp is on tailoring your approach to your training and racing so that your faith becomes a significant part of it. Campers will also make use of Camp LiMRod’s facilities, such as the zipline, the climbing wall, and archery.

Arts Camp June 17 - 21

The Camp LiMRod Arts Camp is a resident camp designed for students entering grades 4-8 who are interested in the arts. The camp will offer campers the opportunity to explore the arts in music, dance, drama, creative writing, and various visual arts and crafts. At the end of the week the camp will host an art show. This camp will include daily chapel and devotions for the campers, and they will have access to Camp LiMRod’s other camp activities, such as: •Archery •Creek Walking •Hiking • Zip Line • Climbing Wall

Aug. 9th

2012 Art Camp I Arts & Craft Fun Ages 9-13 June 11 - 15, 2012

Music Camp Appalachian Folk Ages 9-13 June 18 - 22, 2012

Held at:

Bluebird Farm Park 190 Alamo Rd, Carrollton, OH 44615

We invite parents and preschoolers to come out and enjoy a day together at camp! Storytelling in a teepee, exploring nature, crafts, games and swimming all designed for preschoolers! Grandparents are welcome too!

$50 per child per camp. Monday - Friday 9 AM - 2 PM Registration deadline is Thursday, May 31.

Primitive Camp

Turn in one application and medical form per child at the Carroll County Arts Center 204 West Main St., Carrollton, Ohio 44615 Pick up forms at the Carroll County Arts Center or download forms at

Grades 9-12

Live, Cook, Sleep, Eat and Play in the woods! This camp will include: •Pioneering • Orienteering • Star Gazing • Team Building • Daily Devotions and Basic Survival Techniques

Openings for 30 campers for the Art Camp and 24 campers for the Music Camp. First come, First served.

Carroll County Arts Mon., Tues., Fri. 10:30 AM - 4 PM; Thurs. 1 - 8:30 PM; Sat. 11 AM - 2 PM

204 W. Main Street, Carrollton, Ohio 44615

Call for additional info 330.627.3739



Carrollton, Ohio

Thursday, June 7, 2012

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Malvern students pair up to help one another Each Friday for the last two months of the 2011-12 school year at Malvern school, students from Mrs. Nicole Shadle’s multi-handicapped class at the Middle School came down to Mrs. Susan Anderson’s kindergarten class to read to her students as part of Mrs. Shadle’s intention to help her students become better readers through practice and motivation. This effort came about when Mrs. Anderson answered an email from Mrs. Shadle requesting a reading exchange with a younger elementary class. The older students were paired with two or three of Mrs. Anderson’s children and went into the hall where they read a book they had practiced all week to their assigned students. During this time, Mrs. Shadle’s students had perfect attendance each Friday. The students in both classes worked together to improve their reading skills. Mrs. Shadle’s readers also asked their assigned students questions what the book was about and to find words beginning with specific letter sounds. Mrs. Shadle and Mrs. Anderson said they felt the time the classes spent together were beneficial to both groups. They celebrated on the last Friday with cookies Mrs. Shadle’s students made. They also made bookmarks for all the students. In response, Mrs. Anderson’s class provided drinks and hand written notes to each student to thank them for their work. Mrs. Shadle’s students included Casey Gray, Deanna Winn, Carrie Crowl, Allison Culp, Noah Gray, David Crowl, Brandon Johnson and Chris Fotheringham.

ON THEcampus CARLY SPEARS, a 2008 graduate of Carrollton High School and daughter of Mark and Cathy Spears of 200 Wayne Ave., Carrollton, was awarded the Executive Advisory Board Student Excellence in Leadership and scholarship award in general business at Ohio University at Athens. Miss Spears will graduate with dual majors in management information systems and general business. While attending OU, Carly was a member of the Association of Information Technology Professionals and served as its secretary. She also worked as a teaching assistant and completed a 12-week internship with Nationwide Insurance in Columbus. ANDREW BLAKE BULETKO, son of Andy and Lisa Buletko of Canton and grandson of Gary and Rita Mandley of Atwood Lake, has received a medical degree from the Northeast Ohio Medical University. Buletko will be a resident physician at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Cleveland, specializing in neurology. CHELSEA D. STACK, daughter of Kirt and Sandra Stack of Lincoln Ave. NW, Carrollton, has been named to the Ohio Northern University deans’ list for the spring semester where she is a senior majoring in nursing. KRISTEN CAPPELLI, a graduate of Minerva High School, has received a $2,000 Aultcare scholarship. Miss Cappelli plans to attend Mt. Union University and major in physical therapy.

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Fine Arts Booster Meeting Next meeting of the Friends of Forensic & Dramatic Arts is July 2 at 6:30 p.m. in the CHS Fine Arts Room

Longtime teacher rehired by Developmental Disabilities board A longtime classroom teacher at Carroll Hills school who retired June 1 has been rehired. At the May 24 meeting of the Carroll County Board of Developmental Disabilities, the Board rehired Zoe Gingerich on a recommendation of School Supt.

Matt Campbell to be employed at the bottom of the pay scale which is $25,821. In other business, the Board approved the Carroll Hills program calendar for the 2012-13 school year which includes starting and ending dates of Aug. 22 and May 24 for stu-

dents. Two Ethics Council recommendations were also approved and the Board reviewed the 2012 Community Survey which was conducted by Mid-East Ohio Regional Council. Members heard a report from

Supt. Campbell who attended the Ohio Association of County Boards spring conference May 10 and 11. Campbell said topics of interest were Gov. Kasich’s community first initiative, mid-biennium budget, wellness programs, current human resource issues,

accreditation, provider compliance and the effectiveness of support and sheltered employment. The board’s next regular meeting is is scheduled for June 28 at 5:30 p.m. at the administrative offices located at 1182 Roswell Rd. NW, Carrollton.

Bell-Herron Hall of Famers A total of 227 students were inducted into the Bell-Herron Academic Hall of Fame during the last full week of school. Parents watched as 89 sixth grade students, 63 seventh grade students and 75 eighth graders were honored. To be inducted into the Academic Hall of Fame, students are required to maintain a 3.0 or higher grade point average (GPA) during the first three grading periods of the current year and the last grading period of the previous year. The 8th grade class had seven students with perfect attendance. Out of 189 students, 35 eighth graders received the President’s Outstanding Academic Excellence Award for maintaining a 3.5 GPA for the year. Fifty-six 8th grade students were presented President’s Outstanding Academic Achievement Award. These students maintained at least a 3.0 GPA and have been on the honor roll at Bell-Herron Middle School every nine weeks for three years in a row. Tricia Green, Bell-Herron principal, acknowledged Bonnie Coffy who is retiring at the end of the 2011-12 school year after 35 years of teaching and Jackie Pozderac, who is leaving Bell-Herron to teach art in the high school.

Eighth grade students inducted into the Bell-Herron Academic Hall of Fame are shown in the photo above. Front row (from left) are: Brock Albaugh, James Smith, Bryce Mohn, Mark Slabaugh, Jacob Thompson, Evan Green, Max Feller, and Derrick Hemming. Row two: Dalton Ulman, Cody Brink, Nick Abel, Teague Malone, Tomas Malone, Aaron Miller, Cody Casto, Andrea Aston, and Makaela Bennett. Row three: Chevy Deitz, Brooke Beadnell, Jakob Green, Joey Knipp, Derek Bryan, Ali Kinney, and Dayle Arnold. Row four: Nathan Worth, Nathan Stallman, Sarah Christner, Stephanie Lowther, Aaron Schlabach, Hayley Barrick, Elizabeth Rainsberg, Emily Wartluft, Ashley Campbell and Sarah Donley. Row five: Nikita Knode, Cody Stevens, Ben Ocel, Alex Arbogast, Roz Pridemore, Kaylee Geiser, Ashley Luyster, Jenna McNutt, and Jenna Glasure. Row six: Chuck Smith, Luke Leslie, Gabe Owens, Eliza Days, Maddie Birong, Ali Poole, Kady Davis, Autumn Beamer, Erika Roberts, and Amanda Sammons. Row seven: Thomas Bradley, Bailie Griffeth, Danny Baker, Charles Frantum, Marissa Townsend, Autumn Keller, Olivia Albrecht, and Anna Truman. Row eight: Kaitlyn Budinsky, Kayla Bake, Lauren Ferrell, Owen Kienzle, Bailey Lane, Braden Yoder, Sara Tunder, Elizabeth Domer and Madison Yockey.

Several 7th grade students were inducted into the Bell-Herron Academic Hall of Fame during a ceremony in the gymnasium May 25. Shown at right front row (from left) are: Nina Chanel-Toalston, Elli Thomas, David Fickes, Shelby Green, Cole Russell, Aidan Pasiuk, Adam Shaw, Jacob Knipp, Cole Van Horne, and Zane Risaliti. Row two: Madison Dunlap, Amanda Barstow, Morgan Shepherd, Talia Romeo, Abbi Rainsberg, Brooke Hawk, Mariah Bell, Deanna Carlisle, Kris Torian and Mike Mizalic. Row three: Kody Bennett, Taylor Keefer, Savannah Rimmele, Alex Mitchell, Keven Bennett, Nick Williams, Chaz Dayton, Camron Roma, Jay Stoneman, and Cody Icenhower. Row four: Shane Unkefer, Adaline Kinney, Devan Lumley, Karie Koenitzer, Morgan Campbell, Makenna Greaves, Kaitlin Rininger, Ellie Nichols, and Coti Perry. Row five: Cody Leggett, Austin Ellington, Erika Knapp, Bailey Plumley, Travis Rutledge, Courtney Shine, Kaitlin Shine, Alliah Weaver, Mia Moore, and Autumn Hearn. Row six: Kaitlynn Wells, Zara Pyles, Morgan Timberlake, Nellie Wey, Jordan Witts, Tori Snider, Kierra Robinson, Jacob Beard, Kendal McFarland, and Becca Beadnell. Sixth grade students inducted in the Academic Hall of Fame are shown at right. First row (from left) are: Bailey Kline, Audrey Albright, Danielle Scott, Damon Gilland, Dakota Walters, Cassidy Laisure, Riley Knotts, Darci Leary, Cailee Husted, Mikayla Poole, Kira Anderson, and Emilee Carlton. Row two: Mike Yoder, Bryce Ferrell, Desarae Gorney, Diana Gomez, Kierra Gubesch, Jacalyn Pridemore, Maya Yockey, Grace Bartlow, Rachel Dowell and Teal Burchfield. Row three: Chayse Marmo, Brandon Prince, Jake Maple, Wyatt Thompson, Noah Carrothers, Riley Boyer-Sonnefeld, Brice Weiland, Zach Parsons, Cole Huggins, Devin Barker and Rachel Bright. Row four: Emmett Davis, Robert Barker, Alexis Swearingen, Alaney Bick, Christopher Andrews, Kyle Kline, Garrett Best, Shelby Lightfritz, and Brooke Raines. Row five: Mikayla Tuckosh, Dakota Hay, Sasha Yeager, Madison Rosenberger, Kelsie Thompson, Courtney Baggott, Destynee Wilson, Alyssa Vandergrift, Abby Miller, and Cassidy Bajornes. Row six: Alex Wiley, Danika Culp, Breanna Keyser, Austin Lewis, Chuana McLain, Alexis Coletti, Taylor Fair, Shelbee Stidom, and Emily Brown. Row seven: Marcel Poracky, Tavis Rutledge, Tre Leggett, Elija Wartluft, Alexander Ulman, Rachel Long, Rebecca Gromley, and Sarah Wilsford. Row eight: Michael Ingledue, Parker Crim, Justin Michel, Brayden Carter, Christian Barto, Jack Beamer, Bryce Yoder, and Robert Husted. Row nine: Beau McNutt, Jesse Tuckosh, Carol Vint, Sydney Gray, Mackenzie Shroyer, Emma Birong, Emily Kean, Emmy Days, Bethany Leggett, and Erica McCauley.

Southern Local FFA members attend state convention Twenty members of the FFA chapter at Southern Local High School attended the 84th state FFA convention in Columbus May 3 and 4 where several chapter members received awards. The students also visited the career and trade show and had the opportunity to hear motivational speakers at the convention. Chapter Officers Adam Sevek (treasurer), Lindsay Bonam (reporter) and Mikaela Bentley (secretary) received Chapter Officer awards for their gold rated officer books. In addition, Adam Sevek received the State FFA Degree, the highest degree awarded by the state FFA association. The award recognizes leadership and outstanding achievement in FFA. Adam is a son of Ronald and Stephanie Sevek of Salineville and is a 2012 graduate of Southern Local High School where he was a 4-year member of the FFA chapter. Adam has served as chapter treasurer for the past two years and was recognized as the 2012 Star Chapter Farmer and the 2011 outstanding third year FFA member at Southern Local. Adam also received the 2012 DeKalb Agricultural Accomplishment award recognizing leadership, academic success and agricultural



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SCHOOL NEWS ON THEhonor roll Students in grades 6, 7 and 8 at Bell-Herron Middle School named to the Honor Roll for the fourth and final nine weeks grading period of the 2011-12 school year have been reported by school officials as follows: Distinguished Honor Roll (4.00 GPA) 6th Grade Cassidy Bajornas, Emmett Davis, Rachel Dowell, Taylor Fair, Diana Gomez, Zachary Parsons and Sarah Wilsford. 7th Grade â&#x20AC;&#x201C; None. 8th Grade Autumn Beamer, Madeline Birong, Kady Davis, Elizabeth Domer, Sarah Donley and Anna Truman. Merit Honor Roll (3.6-.399 GPA) 6th Grade Kira Anderson, Courtney Baggott, Devin Barker, Grace Bartlow, Christian Barto, Alaney Bick, Emma Birong, Jeffrey Bolanz, Riley Boyer-Sonnefeld, Rachel Bright, Emily Brown, Emilee Carlton, Noah Carrothers, Alexis Colletti, Emelia Days, Sydney Gray, Rebecca Gromley, Kierra Gubesch, Dakota Hay, Cailee Husted, Emiley Kean, Bailey Kline, Kyle Kline, Cassidy Laizure,

Bethany Leggett, Tre Leggett, Kathleen Lewton, Shelby Lightfritz, Chayse Marmo, Erica McCauley, Mikayla Poole, Marcel Poracky, Brooke Raines, Danielle Scott, Mackenzie Shroyer, Shelbee Stidom, Wyatt Thompson, Jesse Tuckosh, Mikayla Tuckosh, Alexander Ulman, Elija Wartluft, Brice Weiland, Alexandria Wiley, Sasha Yeager and Maya Yockey. 7th Grade Amanda Barstow, Mariah Bell, Ryli Bolanz, Morgan Campbell, Deanna Carlisle, Charles Dayton, John Egler, Christian Elliott, Madison Formet, Meghan Fuhrer, Makenna Greaves, Brooke Hawk, Cody Icenhower, Taylor Keefer, Erika Knapp, Jacob Knipp, Devan Lumley, Kendal McFarland, Ellie Nichols, Coti Perry, Zara Pyles, Abigail Rainsberg, Savannah Rimmele, Kaitlin Rininger, Kierra Robinson, Talia Romeo, Cole Russell, Travis Rutledge, Morgan Shepherd, Kaitlin Shine, Victoria Snider, Jay Stoneman, Eleanor Thomas, Morgan Timberlake, Kristofer Torian, Cole VanHorne, Alliah Weaver, Nicholas Williams and Jordan Witts. 8th Grade Nicholas Abel, Brock Albaugh, Olivia Albrecht, Andrea

Aston, Danniel Baker, Sierra Baker, Brooke Beadnell, Makaela Bennett, Rachel Brannick, Cody Brink, Kaitlyn Budinsky, Ashley Campbell, Zachary Davis, Eliza Days, Chevy Deitz, Johnathon Fornash, Jenna Glasure, Jakob Green, Cheyenne Keller, Owen Kienzle, Alivia Kinney, Nikita Knode, Bailey Lane, Ashley Luyster, Teague Malone, Jenna McNutt, Aaron Miller, Bryce Mohn, Benjamin Ocel, Alexandra Poole, Rozalyn Pridemore, Trevor Renz, Aaron Schlabach, Nathan Stallman, Cody Stevens, Savanna Sullivan, Sara Tunder, Emily Wartluft and Madison Yockey. Honor Roll (3.0-3.59 GPA) 6th Grade Audrey Albright, Christopher Andrews, Jason Ashford, Jack Beamer, Garrett Best, Tyler Bradley, Hunter Brink, Teal Burchfield, Brayden Carter, Parker Crim, Danika Culp, Bryce Ferrell, Chase Flanagan, Damon Gilland, Desarae Gorney, Mark Grimm, Kaden Grubb, Luke Henry, Cole Huggins, Robert Husted, Michael Ingledue, Emily Kendle, Breanna Keyser, Riley Knotts, Ashley Lamp, Darci Leary, Michael Lee, Rachel

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Up Eradicate cancer! Coming Events

ACTIVITIES June 6 - Tickets are on sale for “Hot Fun in the Summertime, A Musical Reunion” sponsored by Newbold Entertainment July 21 at Atwood Yacht Club beginning at 2 p.m. Tickets are $10 per person. Food available for purchase. Cash bar. For tickets, call Barb at 330-627-4520 or 330-312-0304; Brenda, 330627-7165; Barb, 330-6276910; or Jeanine, 740-269-9016. Proceeds help Carrollton High School Instrumental Dept. purchase new band instruments. June 6 & 7 - Malvern Branch Library is closed for automation system upgrade. June 9 - Teresa Fisher Benefit 3-10 p.m. at Bluebird Amphitheater, Bingo, raffles, corn hole tournaments, more. For info, call Amy at 330-704-7820 or Brenda at 330-323-5324. June 9 - Malvern Park Board Yard Sale 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the park on SR 43/183. $5 per space rented in advance or day of sale. For info call 330-8631316. June 9 - Dellroy Ruritan Chicken BBQ at Monroe Twp. Park 4-7 p.m. Half chicken $7, quarter chicken, $4. Meal includes roll, baked beans, potato salad, drink and dessert. Tickets available presale and at event. June 10 - Baked Steak & Hamloaf Dinner 11 a.m.-1p.m. Includes vegetables, salad, bread, dessert & beverage. Adult $8 - Child $4. June 11 - Carroll County Family & Children First Council Advisory Council meeting at 10 a.m. at Carrollton Friendship Center. June 16 - Aultman Bloodmobile at Waynesburg Historical Society, 117 W. Lisbon St., Waynesburg 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bring proper ID. June 16 - Peddler’s Day Benefit Spaghetti Dinner 4-7 p.m. at Ruritan Building in Hanoverton Adults $6, children ages 8 and younger, $4. June 20 - Rabies Clinic at Malvern Park 5:30-7 p.m. Sponsored by the Carroll County Humane Society for dogs, cats and ferrets. All animals must be caged or on a leash. VETERANS June 13 - Flag Retirement Ceremony at Carrollton VFW on Chase Rd. at 6 p.m. Flags can be dropped off the VFW during business hours. June 14 - Disabled American Veterans (DAV) “Forget Me Not” Drive at Thorne’s Hometown Market on W. Main St., Carrollton 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

‘Dream Big’ during Malvern reading program The Malvern Branch Library is looking for dreamers! Readers of all ages will be dreaming big this summer as the Library presents “Dream Big - Read!” during their summer reading program. Daily activities are scheduled from June 14 through July 26, including Nancy Owen, a wild animal rescuer; a bike giveaway; photo contest; Darletta the Cake Decorator extraordinaire; worm races; monster mash dress up; and more. A kick-off carnival will be held June 14 with games, popcorn, face painting and Herky the Clown. Tickets are available for the kick-off celebration and those interested in attending, are asked to sign up. The 2012 Summer Reading Program is open to young people preschool through young adult. Adult programs will be available. Registration is open for “Dream Big - Read!” For more information, contact Malvern Branch Library at 330863-0636 or visit

Relay Rap The FPS “Lunch on the Square” is June 8 from 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. on Public Square. By donation for hot dogs, coney or sloppy joe, dessert, chips and drink. A “Bark in the Park” dog walk will be held June 10 at Bluebird Farm Park. Registration begins at 11:30 a.m. Cost is $5 per dog. Proceeds count toward Stacy’s Pink Posse Relay Team of Jefferson County for Jefferson County Relay for Life.

Participation in CPS-3 study can help future generations Residents of Stark, Tuscarawas and Carroll Counties have an unprecedented opportunity to participate in a historic study that has potential to change the face of cancer for future generations. Men and women between the ages of 30-65 who have never been diagnosed with cancer are needed to participate in the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Prevention Study-3 (CPS-3). This is the third such study conducted by the ACS. The first two studies showed the link between smoking and diet and cancer. “The goal of CPS-3 is to better understand factors (lifestyle, environmental, genetic) which cause or prevent cancer,” said Dianna Ellison, RN, OCN, CCM, oncology and palliative care nurse navigator with Mercy Med-

ical Center. “The goal is to ultimately help eliminate cancer as a major health concern for future generations. Once a person has cancer, the body has been affected by the disease, treatment, and/or lifestyle changes as a result of the diagnosis. For this reason, the ACS strongly encourages individuals without a history of cancer to enroll. Why should you enroll? Without participation from diverse populations, researchers will not be able to examine factors related to cancer prevention/occurrence in those populations. Currently, there are no other studies of this magnitude in the US that enable researchers to look at various racial/ethnic populations.

“We are encouraging everyone who does not have a cancer diagnosis to come out and partic-

ipate in this study,” explained Ellison. “Grab 10 of your relatives and friends and make it a group effort.” Minority representation is needed to determine whether risk factors for cancer are different across various racial/ethnic groups, noted El-

lison. CPS-3 enrollment opportunities will take place June 21 at Mercy Health Center of Carroll County, 125 Canton Rd., Carrollton 2-6 p.m. Events will take about 30 - 60 minutes. Study participation typically involves: Reading and signing an informed consent form; completing a survey; providing a waist circumference measurement; and providing a small blood sample (similar to a doctor’s visit). At home you will receive periodic follow-up surveys, which will ask for information on lifestyle, behaviors, and other factors related to your health. Participants will also receive annual newsletters about ongoing research from Cancer Prevention Studies. As an accredited Cancer Cen-

ter, Mercy Medical Center officials feel, “ It is our responsibility to use our influence as a leader in cancer care to encourage people to enroll. We understand the significance of this research in helping to ‘crack the code’ of cancer and reduce cancer death.” Ellison encourages people to sign up. “We all know someone, family member, friend, neighbor or co-worker, who has had to face cancer,” she stated. “Often we feel helpless knowing there is not much we can do besides provide prayers and support. However, this study is something we can do. We can make a difference for future generations.” For more information or to learn how to become involved with CPS-3, visit, email or call 1-888604-5888. Registering ahead of time is encouraged. To register for the Carroll County event, visit mercycancercenter.

Benefit planned for Teri Fisher A benefit is being held June 9 from 3 - 10 p.m. for Teri Fisher of Carrollton. Fisher is fighting her fourth battle with breast cancer since 2006 and was diagnosed in stage 4. The event will be held at Bluebird Amphitheater on Alamo Rd., Carrollton. Food will be served beginning at 3 p.m., along with adult beverages. Bill Newell of Newell Auctioneers and Realty will emcee an auction at 7 p.m. Snacks will be provided

during the auction. Items for the live auction, silent auction and Chinese raffle include a fiesta basket, wine basket with certificate, porch swing, a gun, a golf basket and many more items. A cornhole tournament will be held during the event. Cost to participate is $10, with half going to Fisher. A 50/50 is planned along with musical entertainment by a guitarist and DJ. Bring a lawn chair or blanket.

History relived during Memorial Day weekend Inaugural meeting of Red Cross program for military families will be held June 11

Members of the Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Company D set up camp behind the McCook House Civil War Museum for “A Small Town Goes to War” Civil War reenactment. Held May 26 and 27, the event was held in celebration of the Civil War sesquicentennial and the yearly opening of the McCook House Civil War Museum. A reenactment of President Abraham Lincoln reading the Emancipation Proclamation was held along with other activities. Carroll County Convention & Visitors Bureau Director Amy Rutledge said, “We want to thank everyone who attended and donated to the event.” Rutledge figured around 200 people attended the event and noted numbers were down due to the heat and Memorial Day weekend festivities. The McCook House Civil War Museum is open Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 1-5 p.m. through Labor Day. Shown above dressed in period clothing are: Janet Meek and her daughter, Mackenna, 7, of Salem. The women reenactors follow the men, clean the campsite and cook if needed.

HEAP summer cooling program underway The HARCATUS Tri-County Family Support HEAP Summer Cooling Program opened June 4 and runs through Aug. 31. Appointments for assistance are being scheduled. This summer, 1) individuals with a documented medical condition, 2) seniors age 60 and over, and 3) households with a Disconnection Notice on their electric bills, may qualify for electric utility assistance, an air conditioner, and/or fan if they are income eligible. Bill payment assistance will be provided for electric utilities only and will consist of one monthly payment for those without a disconnect notice. For those who have already been shut off, or are in threat of losing their service, the least amount necessary to keep or restore service will be paid, up to $250. The cost of an air conditioner, fan and/or electric payment cannot exceed $250 in most situations. A limited number of air conditioners will be available for eligible households who live in dwellings with casement windows that are hinged at the side and open out. All offices will continue to provide PIPP Plus reverification and counseling on payment plan options, even if the applicant does not qualify for a Summer Cooling benefit. Income eligibility is based on 200 percent of the 2012 Federal Poverty Guidelines. The guidelines begin with a maximum of $22,340 gross income for a oneperson household during the past 12 months; add $7,920 for each additional household member. All applicants are required to provide documentation of total gross household

income for either the three months or 12 months prior to the date of application and proof of United States Citizenship or Alien Status. Social security numbers, birth dates, proof of how the home is heated, and the most recent electric bill must be supplied. All household members who are 18 years of age or older that do not have an income must provide something in writing that explains their situation. Written verification must be submitted for anyone living in the household who is claiming permanent and total disability or an illness that is aggravated by extreme heat. HARCATUS Family Support Center personnel have copies available of a standard form for physician verification of qualifying illness. Staff members are not permitted to make telephone calls or access information on old agency paper files to verify income or other household information. For more information, contact HARCATUS Family Support Center at 276-2nd St. SW, Carrollton, 330-627-4101. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The office is closed from 12 -1 p.m. for lunch, Monday - Thursday. All offices are closed on Friday. Appointments may be prioritized based on emergency needs. Walk-ins are welcome and are seen as time permits. Federal funds for this program are made available to Ohio’s 52 Community Action Agencies through the state’s Home Energy Assistance Program Office, administered by the Ohio Department of Development’s Community Development Division.

The American Red Cross links members of the U.S. Armed Forces with their families here at home, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. In times of crisis, the Red Cross quickly sends emergency communications to deployed service members on behalf of their family. The Muskingum Lakes chapter is taking its military connection one step further by helping the family members of deployed service members here at home. With many local families dealing with the stress and emotions that come along with the deployment of a loved one or a returning soldier faced with reintegrating into public life, the chapter realized the importance of building a solid foundation of support for the families of Carroll, Harrison and Tuscarawas counties. In an effort to help military

families build a strong support system, the local Red Cross has developed a military family connections group which will meet the 2nd Monday of each month. The first meeting will be Monday, June 11 at 7 p.m. at Muskingum Lakes Chapter office located at 1451 4th St. NW, New Philadelphia. “This group will be participant led with topics chosen by the group member themselves,” said Chad Conrad, chapter executive director. “The main goal of our military program is to provide military families with the skills they need to help one another in order to build a strong support system.” The connection group will meet in a relaxed, confidential environment where mothers, wives, sisters, fathers and service personnel can meet to support each other and gain

valuable information on many local resources to develop a strong support system. Conrad noted that free childcare will be provided for families during the group time, pre-registration is not needed and there is no cost to attend. The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides emotional support to victims of disasters; supplies more than 40 percent of the nation’s blood; teaches skills that save lives; provides international humanitarian aid; and supports military members and their families. The Red Cross is a not-for-profit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. For more information on this group or other Red Cross programs and services contact 330-343-8633.

Homecoming Happenings Strawberry Festival begins June 7 The annual Strawberry Festival is June 7-9 in Augusta. Sponsored by the Augusta Twp. Volunteer Fire Dept., there will be bingo, food and games and other entertainment. A DJ will play tunes Thursday evening and bands will be on stage both Friday and Saturday evenings. The parade is scheduled for June 8 at 7 p.m. Line up begins north of the village on

Kensington Rd. (SR 9). Tractor pulls are scheduled for all three nights. Thursday night classes are: 4,500, 5,500, 6,500, and 7,500 lbs. Scales open at 5:30 p.m. and pulling begins at 6:30 p.m. Friday evening classes are: 8,500, 10,500 and 12,500 lbs. Scales open at 6:30 p.m. and pulls begins at 7:30 p.m. Pullers must provide their own hitch person for the

dead weight pull both nights. Cost is $5 per driver. The Ohio Mod Rod Pullers Mini Rods and Garden Tractor Pull will begin at 4 p.m. Saturday evening. More information can be found at or by contacting Fred Albrecht at 330-312-6864. For information about the Strawberry Festival, call 330324-2411 or 330-413-9648.

Fun for all ages - classic rock bands, rides - at Malvern Homecoming The Malvern Homecoming Festival will run June 13-16 at Malvern Park. Sponsored by the Great Trail Firefighters Association, the event opens at 5 p.m. Wednesday and Friday and Saturday at noon. Wednesday activities include the annual All American Scales Parade kicking off

the festival at 6 p.m. Line up begins at 4 p.m. DJ KSounds will spin tunes at 7 p.m. Classic rock bands will take the stage at 7 p.m., featuring cover band Old No. 7 Thursday; Coldshot Band, Friday; and Misfit Bandits Band, Saturday. Thousands of dollars of

door prizes will be given away Thursday night and Saturday afternoon. A Hot Dog Eating Contest will begin at 6 p.m. Saturday (register at 5:30 p.m.). Other activities include Kissel Amusement Co. rides and games, Saturday Children’s Matinee, noon to 5 p.m. and food including French fried strawberries.



Carrollton, Ohio

Thursday, June 7, 2012



Book Corner

Hello everyone! Father’s Day - it’s not too far away. My dad has been passed away for many years now but he is still thought of almost everyday. When I was growing up, my dad was head of our home. He was a person you could count on and he was always true to his word. My dad was a lot of fun but he had also learned how to cope with some hard times. We all have. I found this book most fitting to pay tribute for Father’s Day. The men and women in these stories learned that hardship gives way to greatness and tough times provide the best climate for moral and spiritual development. Also, before I forget, I’d like to remind you about the summer reading program being held at our library for kids! The big kickoff is June 8 at 6 p.m.! The program runs from June 11 through Aug. 3. The theme for this year is “Dream Big!” The kids have a great time and so do adults! Until next time, may all of your father’s have the best day ever! Your friend, Sherry Sherry Kline Bolitho Adult Book: Title: What’s So Good About Tough Times Authors: Mixed Compiled and Edited By: Joe Wheeler Publisher: Waterbrook Press Price: $15.95 Available at the Carroll County District Library In this collection of 20 stories, you will learn the meaning of the timeless question, “What’s so good about tough times?” The stories are broken into three chapters, Part 1: Heartache; Part II: Hope and Part III: Healing. Some of the stories have to do with accepting one’s role in life or what can’t be changed.

Births May 4 - Amber and Justin Collins of Malvern, a son. May 5 - Kari and Lawrence Mogus of Carrollton, a daughter. May 7 - Jessica Shankle of Carrollton, a daughter. May 8 - Candi and Charles Nichols of Carrollton, a son. May 9 - Jessica and Jonathan Lowdermilk of Carrollton, a son. May 16 - Brook Sweasey and Terry Nighman of Carrollton, a

son. May 20 - Amy and Nicholas Sutton of Carrollton, a daughter. May 20 - Theresa and Carmilo Chase Sr. of Amsterdam, a son. May 22 - Rachel Marchino and Rocky Mutigli of Waynesburg, a daughter. May 22 - Christene and Christopher Maurer of Magnolia, a daughter.

Deadline for Upcoming Events is Monday at 9 a.m.

Jeremy Jones and Rachel Cates Nicholas Pisoni and Brittany Moyer

Moyer Pisoni plan fall nuptials Brittany K. Moyer and Nicholas S. Pisoni, both of Carrollton, are announcing their engagement and upcoming nuptials. Brittany is the daughter of Walter K. and Lisa R. Moyer of Carrollton. Nicholas is the son of Jodie L. Pisoni of Alliance and the late Steve M. Devers. The bride-to-be is a 2009 graduate of Carrollton High School and is studying Early Childhood Education at Stark State College. She is employed at Rite Aid Pharmacy. Her fiancé is a 2007 graduate of Alliance High School and is employed by Loveless Exterminating. The couple will wed Oct. 20 at Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church with Pastor Carl Orphanides officiating.

Cates-Jones to marry June 23 Rachel Cates of Pensacola, FL, formerly of Carrollton, and Jeremy Jones of Fort Lauderdale, FL, announce their engagement and upcoming wedding. Rachel is the daughter of Robert Cates of Pensacola, FL, and the late Charlotte Cates. She is a 2006 graduate of the Carroll County Christian Academy in Carrollton, and a 2010 graduate from Pensacola Christian College with a degree in Early Childhood Education. Jeremy is the son of Jeff and Donna Jones of Madison, IN. He is a 2006 graduate of Hope Baptist Academy in Chelsea, IN, and a 2010 graduate of Pensacola Christian College with a degree in Criminal Justice. The couple will make their home in Plantation, FL. The wedding is set for 1 p.m. June 23, 2012, at Carrollton Baptist Temple. A reception will follow the ceremony at the church. Invitations have been sent but all family and friends are welcome. RSVP to Cheri Smith at

New officers elected Newly-elected officers of the Carroll County Republican Women’s Organization were installed at a recent meeting held at the Ashton House Museum. Shown in the submitted above photo (from left) are Carroll County Recorder Patricia Oyer, installing officer; Pam Gallaher, secretary-treasurer; Jean Ann Griffeth, vice president, and Evelyn Youngen, president. Meetings are held the 4th Tuesday of each month at the Ashton House on 3rd St. NE.


Week of June 11

Minerva Senior Center Call 330-868-6004 for reservations (before noon) the day you wish to attend. Meals are served at 5 p.m. in the senior center south of Minerva on SR183. All adults 55 years of age or older are welcome to attend. All meals are served with bread or rolls, butter and milk. Diabetic dressings and dessert available if requested at the time reservations are made. Monday - Baked turkey, cracker dressing, jello vegetable salad, peach crunch. Tuesday - Sweet & sour pork, rice pilaf, applesauce salad, ice cream, cookie. Wednesday - Rigatoni w/ meat sauce, garlic bread, tossed salad, melon. Thursday - Ham loaf, sweet potato casserole, oriental coleslaw, fruit. Friday - Birthday Dinner Roast beef, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, marinated

carrots, birthday cake. Carrollton Friendship Center, Malvern Nutrition Site and Sherrodsville Lions Club Lunch is served at 11:30 a.m. daily. Cost is $2. For reservations, call the Friendship Center at 330-627-7017, Malvern Senior Center, 301 W. Main St. Malvern 330-863-1375 (call by 9 a.m.), or the Sherrodsville Center at 740-269-2200 (before 8:30 a.m.). Free coffee & donuts weekdays after 8 a.m. Monday - Oven fried chicken, triangle potatoes, carrots, mixed fruit, bread. Tuesday - Breaded pork loin, baked sweet potato, oriental vegetables, banana, bread. Wednesday - Sliced turkey & swiss, bun, three-bean salad, pears, juice, chips. Thursday - BBQ ribette, scalloped potatoes, wax beans, oranges, bread. Friday - Baked fish, stewed tomatoes, peas, apple, bread.

6078 GLEN DRIVE, SHERRODSVILLE, OH 44675 22-0000113.000, 220000112.000 *Said Premises Appraised at: SIXTY THREE THOUSAND & 00/100 —($63,000.00) TERMS OF SALE: Property must sell for two-thirds of appraised value. 10% deposit of the appraised value required at time of the sale. Personal, Certified or Cashier’s check accepted. Balance due 30 days from date of the sale upon confirmation by the Carroll County Common Pleas Court. Note: Appraisal does not include an interior inspection or viewing by appraisers.

I will offer for sale at public auction, AT THE MAIN FLOOR OF COURTHOUSE in Carrollton, in the above named County, on TUESDAY, the 3rd day of JULY, 2012, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., *LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE CARROLL COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE, 119 PUBLIC SQUARE, SUITE 205, CARROLLTON, OH *Said Premises Located at: 244 3rd ST. SW. CARROLLTON, OH 44615 10-0001612.000 *Said Premises Appraised at: FORTY EIGHT THOUSAND & 00/100 —($48,000.00) TERMS OF SALE: Property must sell for two-thirds of appraised value. 10% deposit of the appraised value required at time of the sale. Personal, Certified or Cashier’s check accepted. Balance due 30 days from date of the sale upon confirmation by the Carroll County Common Pleas Court. Note: Appraisal does not include an interior inspection or viewing by appraisers.

PUBLIC NOTICES SHERIFF’S SALE of REAL ESTATE The State of Ohio, Carroll County CASE #11CVE26847 U.S. BANK, NA Plaintiff vs. DIANA BOWLING, ET AL Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled Action, I will offer for sale at public auction, AT THE MAIN FLOOR OF COURTHOUSE in Carrollton, in the above named County, on TUESDAY, the 3rd day of JULY, 2012, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., *LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE CARROLL COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE, 119 PUBLIC SQUARE, SUITE 205, CARROLLTON, OH *Said Premises Located at: 6040 DANA ROAD, SW, SHERRODSVILLE, OH 44675 25-0000451.000, 250000452.000 *Said Premises Appraised at: SEVENTY TWO THOUSAND & 00/100 —($72,000.00) TERMS OF SALE: Property must sell for two-thirds of appraised value. 10% deposit of the appraised value required at time of the sale. Personal, Certified or Cashier’s check accepted. Balance due 30 days from date of the sale upon confirmation by the Carroll County Common Pleas Court. Note: Appraisal does not include an interior inspection or viewing by appraisers. DALE R. WILLIAMS, SHERIFF CARROLL COUNTY, OHIO LERNER SAMPSON ROTHFUSS 513-241-3100 Attorney Published in The Free Press Standard June 7, 14 & 21, 2012. SHERIFF’S SALE of REAL ESTATE The State of Ohio, Carroll County CASE #11CVE26704 BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP Plaintiff vs. DONALD EUGENE BREWER, ET AL Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled Action, I will offer for sale at public auction, AT THE MAIN FLOOR OF COURTHOUSE in Carrollton, in the above named County, on TUESDAY, the 3rd day of JULY, 2012, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., *LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE CARROLL COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE, 119 PUBLIC SQUARE, SUITE 205, CARROLLTON, OH

*Said Premises Located at: 214 SCRANTON AVE., MINERVA, OH 44657 08-0000088.00 *Said Premises Appraised at: SIXTY THREE THOUSAND & 00/100 —($63,000.00) TERMS OF SALE: Property must sell for two-thirds of appraised value. 10% deposit of the appraised value required at time of the sale. Personal, Certified or Cashier’s check accepted. Balance due 30 days from date of the sale upon confirmation by the Carroll County Common Pleas Court. Note: Appraisal does not include an interior inspection or viewing by appraisers. DALE R. WILLIAMS, SHERIFF CARROLL COUNTY, OHIO LERNER SAMPSON ROTHFUSS 513-241-3100 Attorney Published in The Free Press Standard June 7, 14 & 21, 2012. BID NOTICE Brown Township Trustees will be accepting bids for road oil. All surcharges must be included in the bid. Specifications are for DuroPatch CRS-2 and CRS-2P. Bids may be sent to the township or they may be brought to the June 18, 2012 meeting at 6:30 PM. Brown Township Trustees reserve the right to accept or reject any or all bids. Questions, please contact Rod Wise, Eddie Clark or Joseph Chuirco at 330863-1540. Bids will be opened at 6:45 PM. This ad may also be found on the Township’s website @ Brown Township Trustees Jeanne A. Grimm, Clerk P.O. Box 378 Malvern, Ohio 44644-0378 Published in The Free Press Standard May 31 and June 7, 2012. SHERIFF’S SALE of REAL ESTATE The State of Ohio, Carroll County CASE #10CVE26269-2 BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, L.P. Plaintiff vs. ROGER EVERETT, ET AL Defendant In pursuance of an ALIAS Order of Sale in the above entitled Action, I will offer for sale at public auction, AT THE MAIN FLOOR OF COURTHOUSE in Carrollton, in the above named County, on TUESDAY, the 3rd day of JULY, 2012, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., *LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE CARROLL COUNTY RECORDER’S

OFFICE, 119 PUBLIC SQUARE, SUITE 205, CARROLLTON, OH *Said Premises Located at: 10065 OLIVE ROAD, SALINEVILLE, OH 43945 12-0000451.002 *Said Premises Appraised at: TWO HUNDRED SIXTY ONE THOUSAND & 00/100 — ($261,000.00) TERMS OF SALE: Property must sell for two-thirds of appraised value. 10% deposit of the appraised value required at time of the sale. Personal, Certified or Cashier’s check accepted. Balance due 30 days from date of the sale upon confirmation by the Carroll County Common Pleas Court. Note: Appraisal does not include an interior inspection or viewing by appraisers. DALE R. WILLIAMS, SHERIFF CARROLL COUNTY, OHIO CARLISLE, MCNELLIE, RINI, KRAMER & ULRICH CO LPA 216-360-7200 Attorney Published in The Free Press Standard June 7, 14 & 21, 2012. SHERIFF’S SALE of REAL ESTATE The State of Ohio, Carroll County CASE #09CVE25790-5 CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC Plaintiff vs. DAVID W. FLETCHER, ET AL Defendant In pursuance of an ALIAS Order of Sale in the above entitled Action, I will offer for sale at public auction, AT THE MAIN FLOOR OF COURTHOUSE in Carrollton, in the above named County, on TUESDAY, the 3rd day of JULY, 2012, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., *LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE CARROLL COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE, 119 PUBLIC SQUARE, SUITE 205, CARROLLTON, OH *Said Premises Located at: 402 SECOND ST., MALVERN, OH 44644 07-0000368.000, 070000369.000 *Said Premises Appraised at: THIRTY THOUSAND & 00/100 —($30,000.00) TERMS OF SALE: Property must sell for two-thirds of appraised value. 10% deposit of the appraised value required at time of the sale. Personal, Certified or Cashier’s check accepted. Balance due 30 days from date of the sale upon confirmation by the Carroll County Common Pleas Court. Note: Appraisal does not include an interior inspection or viewing by appraisers. DALE R. WILLIAMS, SHERIFF CARROLL COUNTY, OHIO LERNER SAMPSON

ROTHFUSS 513-241-3100 Attorney Published in The Free Press Standard June 7, 14 & 21, 2012. SHERIFF’S SALE of REAL ESTATE The State of Ohio, Carroll County CASE #09CVE25938-3 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A. Plaintiff vs. THOMAS E. HOLMES, ET AL Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled Action, I will offer for sale at public auction, AT THE MAIN FLOOR OF COURTHOUSE in Carrollton, in the above named County, on TUESDAY, the 3rd day of JULY, 2012, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., *LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE CARROLL COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE, 119 PUBLIC SQUARE, SUITE 205, CARROLLTON, OH *Said Premises Located at: 4076 BONNIE DRIVE MALVERN, OH 44644 03-0000399.000 *Said Premises Appraised at: FORTY FIVE THOUSAND & 00/100 —($45,000.00) TERMS OF SALE: Property must sell for two-thirds of appraised value. 10% deposit of the appraised value required at time of the sale. Personal, Certified or Cashier’s check accepted. Balance due 30 days from date of the sale upon confirmation by the Carroll County Common Pleas Court. Note: Appraisal does not include an interior inspection or viewing by appraisers. DALE R. WILLIAMS, SHERIFF CARROLL COUNTY, OHIO SHAPIRO, VAN ESS, PHILLIPS & BARRAGATE, LLP 513-396-8100 Attorney Published in The Free Press Standard June 7, 14 & 21, 2012. SHERIFF’S SALE of REAL ESTATE The State of Ohio, Carroll County CASE #11CVE26802 BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP Plaintiff vs. MICHAEL R. JOHNSON, ET AL Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled Action, I will offer for sale at public auction, AT THE MAIN FLOOR OF COURTHOUSE in Carrollton, in the above named County, on TUESDAY, the 3rd day of JULY, 2012, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., *LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE CARROLL COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE, 119 PUBLIC SQUARE, SUITE 205, CARROLLTON, OH *Said Premises Located at:

DALE R. WILLIAMS, SHERIFF CARROLL COUNTY, OHIO LERNER SAMPSON ROTHFUSS 513-241-3100 Attorney Published in The Free Press Standard June 7, 14 & 21, 2012. SHERIFF’S SALE of REAL ESTATE The State of Ohio, Carroll County CASE #09CVE25919-3 US BANK, N.A. Plaintiff vs. DENNIS J. LEGGETT, ET AL Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled Action,

DALE R. WILLIAMS, SHERIFF CARROLL COUNTY, OHIO LERNER SAMPSON ROTHFUSS 513-241-3100 Attorney Published in The Free Press Standard June 7, 14 & 21, 2012.

NOTICE: The Board of Trustees of Orange Twp have changed its regular meeting from Monday, June 25 to Wednesday, June 20, 2012. Mary Thompson Fiscal Officer PUBLISHED IN THE FREE PRESS STANDARD JUNE 7, 2012 NOTICE FOR BIDS Leasing of Oil and Gas Rights on Municipally Owned Property The Village of Carrollton, Ohio will be accepting bids for the leasing of oil and gas rights on its Municipally owned property until 12:00 p.m. on June 13, 2012 at Carrollton Municipal Building, 80 - 2nd Street SW, Carrollton, Ohio at the office of the Village Administrator, at which time and place said bids are to be opened and publicly read. The Municipally owned property to be leased includes 6.51 acres (plus acreage unstated) more or less in the Village of Carrollton, 16.25 acres more or less in Center Township, 8.720 acres more or less in Harrison Township and 215.17 acres more or less in Washington Township, all in Carroll County, Ohio. Interested bidders may contact the Village of Carrollton for a complete listing of tax parcel numbers. All bids shall contain an up front bonus and royalty rate stated as a gross royalty, and shall provide a complete copy of the proposed lease. All bids shall be placed in a sealed envelope marked “Carrollton Oil and Gas Lease Bid” and be delivered to the office of the Village Administrator no later than the above designated time and date. Upon acceptance of a bid, the successful bidder will enter into the lease in compliance with all terms of the bid within thirty (30) days of bid acceptance by ordinance of the Council of the Village of Carrollton. The Village reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids and to waive any informality that the Village deems to be in its best interest. PUBLISHED IN THE FREE PRESS STANDARD JUNE 7,14, 21, 28 AND JULY 5, 2012


Thursday, June 7, 2012

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To Place Your Classified Call 330-627-5591 Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Deadline for the next issue is Monday at noon Autos for Sale We install used motors & transmissions, and guarantee our labor and parts! Towing is available. ASE Master Mechanics. Call 330-868-5209. (35tfcweb) ———————————ALL CARS & TRUCKS WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE. Highest prices paid - Guaranteed! Free pickup! LINCOLN STREET SALVAGE, MINERVA. Call 330-868-1375 or 1-800487-6439. (34tfc) ———————————-

Trucks and RVʼs Transmission out of a 1998 S10 Blazer 4x4 w/4.3 motor, $300. Call 330-868-6508. (23cweb) ———————————-

Household Items A/C with remote, $200. Call 330-627-3373. (23c) ———————————Gordon’s Summer Sale! Save on ALL mattress sets, dinettes, recliners, sofa’s & more! Gordon’s Furniture, Minerva. 330-868-1099 (23tfcweb) ———————————-

Antiques-Collectibles Buying Estates! Buying antiques, furniture, primitives, small items – Anything old! Call 330-6273276. (10tfc) ———————————-

Classified deadline is Monday at noon.

Misc. for sale For Sale: 247 mixed insulators; 24 round posts; 1 lead rope; (1) 8’ ground rod; (3) 6’ T-posts; 3 bottle nipples; bucket w/nipple; 2 spools of wire; 12 gate hooks. Also, a 1946 Bollens 2-wheel tractor, variable speed w/reverse, 4’ blade, chains, $275 (negotiable). Call 330627-5380. (23cweb) ———————————Ludwig 7-piece drum set w/all hardware & cymbals. Silver. Nice looking kit. $500 or make offer. Carrollton. Call 330-4589714. (23cweb) ———————————19’ x 31’ Above Ground Pools $699. Installed FREE – Site prep extra. 1-800-5481923 (16-23pweb) ———————————-

Real Estate for sale Real Estate advertised herein is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act, thus making it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or the intention to make any such preferences, limitations or discriminations. The Free Press will not knowingly accept advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Be informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis. The Free Press Standard ———————————3 BR, 2 BA ranch w/appliances, A/C, attached 2-car garage & deck on 2 town lots. $87,500. Call 330-627-7950. (23-26cweb) ———————————4-unit apartment building in town Carrollton – Each unit includes stove, refrigerator, washer & dryer. Call for price & details, 330-2054521. (12tfcweb) ———————————-

CARROLL CO: Fox Twp., 6+ acres, $18,900. Outside Mechanicstown off T.R. 586 on Blossom Rd. No mineral rights. TUSCARAWAS CO: Perry Twp., 10 acres, $32,900. Just outside Westchester on S.R. 258. No mineral rights. Bruner Land Company, Inc. 740-6306724 or 740-685-8138. w w w. b r u n e r l a n d . c o m (23tfcweb) ———————————-

Equipment for Sale Bush Hog 5’ rotary mower, 40hp gearbox. Excellent condition. $500. Call 330627-5770. (22,23pweb) ———————————-

Miscellaneous Wanted WANTED: Standing Timber & Walnut Trees – Call Carroll County Logging, 330-738-2050 or 440-8970863. (46tfcweb) ———————————-

Help Wanted Drivers: CDL-A. We know times are tough… That’s why Smith Transport is announcing a NEW PAY PACKAGE! Call 888-2474037 or visit (22,23pweb) ———————————Full & part-time openings for housekeeping, laundry & dietary at Carriage Inn of Cadiz. Call 740-942-8084. EOE (23cweb) ———————————Immediate openings for part-time RN’s and LPN’s at Carriage Inn of Cadiz. Call 740-942-8084. EOE (23cweb) ———————————PT Experienced Meat Cutter Needed at Woods Grocery, Malvern, OH. Call 330-8630707 & ask for Jim or Mike. (23,24cweb) Classifieds Work!

———————————St. John’s Villa, an equal opportunity employer, is currently accepting applications for part-time/on-call Direct Care Resident Support Staff. You must be 18 years of age, hold a high school diploma or equivalent, and have a valid driver’s license. Applications may be picked up at the administration office, or send resume/application to: 701 Crest St., Carrollton, OH 44615. Email also accepted at: JRODRIQUES@STJOHNSVIL LA.NET. (23,24cweb) ———————————Restaurant Help – St. John’s Villa/Villa Restaurant, an outreach community for Carrollton and surrounding area in serving individuals with developmental disabilities, is looking to add on additional part-time cooks & wait staff. Open availability needed. High school diploma or equivalent required. Applications may be picked up at the administration office, or send resume/application to: 701 Crest St., Carrollton, OH 44615. Email also accepted at: JRODRIQUES@STJOHNSVIL LA.NET. (23,24cweb) ———————————CDL-A Driver: Drive with pride! Up to $3,000 sign-on bonus for qualified drivers! CDL & 6 months OTR experience required. USA Truck, 1-877-521-5775. (23ncb) ———————————Averitt starts Regional CDLA Drivers at .37-42.5 cpm w/1+ year’s experience (depends on location). 4-12 months experience? Paid refresher course! Call 888362-8608 or visit EOE (23ncb) ———————————Drivers – Daily pay! Up to $.42/mile + $.02/mile quarterly safety bonus. New trucks! Van & refrigerated. CDL-A, 3 months recent experience required. Call

8 0 0 - 4 1 4 - 9 5 6 9 . w w w. d r i v e k n i g h t . c o m (23ncb) ———————————Driver with no experience? Class-A CDL Driver Training. We train and employ! New pay increases coming soon. Experienced drivers also needed. Central Refrigerated, 877-369-7209. www.centraltruckingdriviin (23ncb) ———————————Flatbed Drivers – New pay scale starts at $.37 cpm. Up to $.04 cpm mileage bonus. Home weekends, insurance & 401k. Apply at 800-6489915 (23ncb) ———————————H i r i n g Experienced/Inexperienced Tanker Drivers! Great benefits and pay! New fleet of Volvo tractors! 1 year OTR experience required. Tanker training available. Call today, 877-882-6537. (23ncb) ———————————New to trucking? Your new career starts now! *0 tuition cost *No credit check *Great pay and benefits. Short employment commitment required. Call 888-8546062. (23ncb) ———————————Owner Operators earn up to $5k a week! Dry van, Midwest runs. Off each weekend. Plates, fusel cards, drop and hook. Call 8772 9 0 - 9 4 9 2 . www.NorthAndSouthExpres (23ncb) ———————————-

Real Estate Wanted We need land! Paying top prices for farms or acreage in Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. Call Bruner Land Company at 1-740685-3064. (01tfcweb) ———————————Cash For Your Farm Or Acreage – Call toll-free, 866-893-5263. (18tfcweb) ———————————-

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PUBLICnotices SHERIFF’S SALE of REAL ESTATE The State of Ohio, Carroll County CASE #11CVE26852 BANK OF AMERICA, NA Plaintiff vs. THOMAS S. MCGREW, ET AL Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled Action, I will offer for sale at public auction, AT THE MAIN FLOOR OF COURTHOUSE in Carrollton, in the above named County, on TUESDAY, the 3rd day of JULY, 2012, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., *LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE CARROLL COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE, 119 PUBLIC SQUARE, SUITE 205, CARROLLTON, OH *Said Premises Located at: 516 W. MAIN STREET, MALVERN, OH 44644 07-0000246.000 *Said Premises Appraised at: SEVENTY TWO THOUSAND & 00/100 —($72,000.00) TERMS OF SALE: Property must sell for two-thirds of appraised value. 10% deposit of the appraised value required at time of the sale. Personal, Certified or Cashier’s check accepted. Balance due 30 days from date of the sale upon confirmation by the Carroll County Common Pleas Court. Note: Appraisal does not include an interior inspection or viewing by appraisers. DALE R. WILLIAMS, SHERIFF CARROLL COUNTY, OHIO LERNER SAMPSON ROTHFUSS 513-241-3100 Attorney Published in The Free Press Standard June 7, 14 & 21, 2012. SHERIFF’S SALE of REAL ESTATE The State of Ohio, Carroll County CASE #10CVE2645 WRIGHT-PATT CREDIT UNION, INC Plaintiff vs. BENJAMIN M. SHAFFER, ET AL Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled Action, I will offer for sale at public auction, AT THE MAIN FLOOR OF COURTHOUSE in Carrollton, in the above named County, on TUESDAY, the 3rd day of JULY, 2012, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., *LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE CARROLL COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE, 119 PUBLIC SQUARE, SUITE 205, CARROLLTON, OH *Said Premises Located at: 104 S. LIBERTY ST., MINERVA, OH 44657

08-0000253.000, 080000254.000, 08-0000255.000 *Said Premises Appraised at: THIRTY NINE THOUSAND & 00/100 —($39,000.00) TERMS OF SALE: Property must sell for two-thirds of appraised value. 10% deposit of the appraised value required at time of the sale. Personal, Certified or Cashier’s check accepted. Balance due 30 days from date of the sale upon confirmation by the Carroll County Common Pleas Court. Note: Appraisal does not include an interior inspection or viewing by appraisers. DALE R. WILLIAMS, SHERIFF CARROLL COUNTY, OHIO JOHN D. CLUNK 330-436-0300 Attorney Published in The Free Press Standard June 7, 14 & 21, 2012. SHERIFF’S SALE of REAL ESTATE The State of Ohio, Carroll County CASE #11CVE26826 WELLS FARGO FINANCIAL OHIO 1, INC Plaintiff vs. CHRISTINE M. SMITH, ET AL Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled Action, I will offer for sale at public auction, AT THE MAIN FLOOR OF COURTHOUSE in Carrollton, in the above named County, on TUESDAY, the 3rd day of JULY, 2012, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., *LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE CARROLL COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE, 119 PUBLIC SQUARE, SUITE 205, CARROLLTON, OH *Said Premises Located at: 9111 GERMANO ROAD SE, AMSTERDAM, OH 43903 19-0000154.000 *Said Premises Appraised at: FORTY TWO THOUSAND & 00/100 —($42,000.00) TERMS OF SALE: Property must sell for two-thirds of appraised value. 10% deposit of the appraised value required at time of the sale. Personal, Certified or Cashier’s check accepted. Balance due 30 days from date of the sale upon confirmation by the Carroll County Common Pleas Court. Note: Appraisal does not include an interior inspection or viewing by appraisers. DALE R. WILLIAMS, SHERIFF CARROLL COUNTY, OHIO LERNER SAMPSON ROTHFUSS 513-241-3100 Attorney Published in The Free Press

Standard June 7, 14 & 21, 2012. PUBLIC NOTICE The following applications and/or verified complaints were received, and the following draft, proposed and final actions were issued, by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA) last week. The complete public notice including additional instructions for submitting comments, requesting information or a public hearing, or filing an appeal may be obtained at: s.aspx or Hearing Clerk, Ohio EPA, 50 W. Town St. P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, Ohio 43216. Ph: 614-644-2129 email: FINAL ISSUANCE OF ADMINISTRATIVE MODIFICATION TO PERMIT-TO-INSTALL AND OPERATE ERGON TRUCKING INC MAGNOLIA 11117 BACHELOR RD NW MAGNOLIA OH ACTION DATE : 05/30/2012 FACILITY DESCRIPTION: AIR IDENTIFICATION NO. : P0110111 Administrative Modification to PTIO No. P0109791 (issued April 4, 2012) Initial PTIO for two - 50,000 bbl (2,100,000 gals) Light Crude Oil Tanks APPLICATION FOR AIR PERMIT


BRACE WELLSITE 1165 MING ROAD CARROLLTON OH ACTION DATE : 05/31/2012 FACILITY DESCRIPTION: AIR IDENTIFICATION NO. : A0044717 A permit application has been prepared for the Brace Wellsite in Carroll County, OH. This application includes model general permit applications (GP 12 and GP 5.1). G GRAHAM WELLSITE 2166 MING ROAD CARROLLTON OH ACTION DATE : 05/31/2012 FACILITY DESCRIPTION: AIR IDENTIFICATION NO. : A0044729 This permit application is for an oil and gas wellsite in Carroll County, OH. Model general permit applications (GP12 and GP5.1) have been submitted for this facility. UTICA GAS SERVICES, LLCCARROLLTON COMPRESSOR FACILITY 2098 PANDA ROAD SE CARROLLTON OH ACTION DATE : 05/31/2012 FACILITY DESCRIPTION: AIR IDENTIFICATION NO. : A0044147 Utica Gas Services, L.L.C. (UGS) plans to operate the Carrollton Compressor Facility in Carroll County. The Carrollton Compressor Facility will be located at the same location as the Carrollton CDP. The Carrollton CDP will operate while Carrollton Compressor

Facility is constructed. Once construction of Carrollton Compressor Facility is completed and operation begins, the Carrollton CDP will be shut down. The two facilities will not operate together. UGS is proposing to construct this facility and has evaluated emissions from the site and prepared this Permit to Install/Operate (PTIO) application. Equipment at the site will consist of ten (10) natural gas-fired reciprocating internal combustion engines, three (3) triethylene glycol (TEG) dehydration units, three (3) reboilers, six (6) condensate/produced water storage tanks with a vapor recovery unit (VRU). Other storage tanks may be present at the facilities (i.e., lube oil, glycol) but are considered trivial(de minimis) activities. Published in The Free Press Standard June 7, 2012. SHERIFF’S SALE of REAL ESTATE The State of Ohio, Carroll County CASE #11CVE26856-2 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NA Plaintiff vs. ROBIN SNODE, ET AL Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled Action, I will offer for sale at public auction, AT THE MAIN FLOOR OF COURTHOUSE in Carrollton, in the above named County, on TUESDAY, the 3rd day of JULY, 2012, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., *LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE CARROLL COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE, 119 PUBLIC SQUARE, SUITE 205, CARROLLTON, OH *Said Premises Located at: 8117 KENSINGTON ROAD NE, CARROLLTON, OH 44615 01-0000059.000 *Said Premises Appraised at: TWENTY ONE THOUSAND & 00/100 —($21,000.00) TERMS OF SALE: Property must sell for two-thirds of appraised value. 10% deposit of the appraised value required at time of the sale. Personal, Certified or Cashier’s check accepted. Balance due 30 days from date of the sale upon confirmation by the Carroll County Common Pleas Court. Note: Appraisal does not include an interior inspection or viewing by appraisers.

3 BR apartment on the square in Carrollton (49 Public Square Apt. A) – 1350 sq. ft., 1 BA w/kitchen and laundry room. Includes gas, water & electric. $850/month. No pets. Drive by then call Joseph Properties, 330-484-8888. (49tfcweb) ———————————2 BR mobile home in town. No pets. Call 330-933-5670. (23-25cweb) ———————————Carrollton 3 BR air conditioned beautiful and quiet apartment w/private entrance at 726 Courtview St. (off Moody). Newly remodeled. Heat, water, trash, sewer, and wireless internet included! On-premises laundry room. Best neighborhood in Carrollton! Carport and large parking area. $855/month. Drive by then call Joseph Properties, 330-484-8888. (06tfcweb) ———————————Commercial garage space and large lot at 343 2nd St. SE, Carrollton. Former Center Twp. Garage. 14’ garage door w/opener + office space & restrooms. 40x80 building w/120’x150’ lot. $1,500/month w/lease. Drive by then call Joseph Properties, 330-484-8888. Other commercial property also available! (12tfcweb) ———————————Beautiful office space in Malvern for lease. 2,200 square feet. Call 330-8632128. (13tfcweb) ———————————-

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Garage Sales Multi-Family Yard Sale at 622 McKinley Ave. N.W. (behind house), June 7 & 8, 9-5. Lots of baby clothes from triplet’s preemie size and up, strollers, car seats, and more. Also lots of clothes, some furniture, books, Johnson Brothers dinnerware set, child’s wicker rocker, metal doll bed, Barbies, housewares, small compressors, golf clubs and more. (23cweb) ———————————Garage Sale at 554 9th St. NW, June 8 & 9, 9-? Sporting goods, double stroller, tools, lots of misc. (23cweb) ———————————Big Garage Sale at 3249 Salineville Rd. (4 miles east of Carrollton), June 7 & 8, 86 and June 9, 8-3. Large selection of HH items, antiques, and clothing (misses, plus size & men’s). Linda Harstine (23cweb) ———————————Multi-Family Yard Sale at 723 Pleasant Ave., Malvern (on the hill), June 7, 8 & 9. Opens at 9:00. (23cweb) ———————————Yarn Sale – June 8 & 9, 9-4. Hundreds of skeins of yarn, knitting and crochet supplies, pattern books, craft supplies, 4 harness weaving loom, rug hooking frame. White barn at the Algonquin Mill, 5 miles south of Carrollton on 332. (23pweb)

Cards of Thanks We Veterans of the Carrollton area (VFW Post #3301, American Legion Post #428, and DAV Chapter #85) wish to sincerely thank the citizens of Carrollton for their enthusiastic response as “Old Glory” and we veterans came down the street on Memorial Day. It has been several years since us veterans received the joyful and cheerful display of saluting, hollering and whistling as our Color Guard passed by. Honestly, it caused cold chills to go all over us as we recognized the patriotic recognition you poured out to remember our fallen comrades. Please don’t ever forget to remember those that gave their life to keep America free. Respectively yours, Carrollton Veterans (23c) ———————————-

———————————Yard Sale at 244 3rd St. SW, June 7, 8 & 9. (23cweb) ———————————Garage Sale at 624 N. High St., June 7 & 8, 9-6 and June 9, 9-12. Furniture, HH items & more. (23c) ———————————Garage Sale at 6280 Carry Rd. SE (3 miles south of Harlem Springs off S.R. 43, turn left), June 8 & 9, 9-4. Baby items, playpen, girl’s clothes sz. 18-24 mos., country & apple décor, HH items, women’s clothes sz. small to med, 2XL men’s shirts, antiques. Worth the drive in the country! (23c) ———————————Moving Sale at 4040 Arrow Rd., Carrollton, June 6, 7 & 8, 8-5 and June 9, 8-12. (23c) ———————————Sale at 622 Sterling Ave., June 7, 8 & 9, 9-5. Washer & dryer, furniture, small chest freezer, lots of HH items. (23p) ———————————Garage Sale at 3125 Napa Rd., Mechanicstown, June 9 & 10, 10-5. Look for orange signs at Mechanicstown. Lots of misc. & clothing. (23c) ———————————2 Family Garage Sale at 3198 Ivory Rd. NW, Friday, June 8 only, 9-5. Come on out & see what’s there! (23c) ———————————Garage & Bake Sale at 7011 Bane Rd., Kensington, June 15 & 16. Misc. items. (23,24c) Classified deadline is Monday at Noon.





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NEW PRICE! $92,000 3 bdrm 2 bath Ranch w/garage Kilgore area


Sale Site #1: 312 Lincoln Way East A 2-Story office Building having separate entrances for 1st & 2nd floor. Each unit has ½ bath, off street parking, a 2-car garage (formerly the Minerva School Treasurerʼs Office). Possible 2family home. Great for offices or store. The lot size is 48x130. Sale Site #2: 305 Latzer Ave. Is a 49x65 ft. concrete block building. Formerly bus service garage, having gas heat, 3 lots a total of 150x100. Many possibilities for a car lot to repair shop or storage. Terms: $4000 down per site day of Auction. 5% Buyerʼs premium per site. Balance at transfer. Chattels: Office furniture, Chairs, Tables, desks, file cabinets, appliances, magazines, books & book racks. Weight room & exercise equipment, gymnastics vault/horse, multiple pieces of strenghth/fitness equipment including; (Cybex, Hammer, etc. )Plate-2.5# to 45#, dumbbells 5# thru 110#, Olympic bars, benches, smart board stands, cleaning equipment, floor scrubbers, buffers, walk behind sweepers, plus many other items. Electronics, light fixtures, and more. All to be sold from: 305 Latzer Ave. E. Terms on Chattels: Cash, Check, Master Card, Visa, and Discover. Announcement sale date takes precedence over printed advertising. Sale by Order of Minerva Local School Board of Education SOLD BY DIMMERLING Auctioneer – Rodney C. Dimmerling

AUCTION #1 @ 10am: good 1981 GMC 3500 1 ton w/8ʼdump bed, 350, 4 sp, only 5K miles on eng; 1989 GMC 2500 ext cab 4X4, 350, auto, Western snow plow 140K miles; good 1989 Dodge Dakota 4X4, V-6, auto, only 54Kmiles; 1964 AMC Rambler 660 Classic 4 dr, 6 cyl 3 sp, 87K miles, TN car, new parts, runs good; E-Z-GO gas golf cart; 1951 Ferguson TO30 gas tractor w/hyd front loader, 3 pt 12V, good rubber, runs good; Deutz 6240 3 cyl diesel tractor, 4 sp + hi low, ps, 3 pt, live pwr, good 28” rubber; nice Simplicity Sovereign garden tractor, ps, hydro, 3 pt, 48” deck, 36” tiller, Kohler 18HP eng needs replaced; Befco 3 pt 6ʼ finish mower; (2) 3 pt 6ʼ blades; 1967 Chevy 327 short block w/remachined heads offered separate; bell housing, flywheel & Saginaw 4 sp trans for Chevy; 1936 Chevy complete eng & trans; Chrysler 440 heads; Sears 2HP 220V air comp; Marquette buzz box welder; Sanborn 3HP gas port air comp; compact storing engine stand; pr Goodyear 600 – 16” tires; misc hand tools; bicycles; good Kenmore 16 cu ft frostless up freezer; oak table w/6 chairs; oak conv coffee table; cherry finish ent center; plus misc items. Owners: Chuck & Judy Magee AUCTION #2 @ 1:pm: LIKE NEW 2009 Troy Bilt Proline CRT tiller w/Honda eng; Lawn Boy SP mower w/Honda eng; ex Kenmore ceramic top 30” slide in range; Kenmore slide in dishwasher; tan Broyhill sofa w/loveseat; pine bunk bed w/chest; 3 pc maple full sz BR suite; cherry end & coffee tables; mahogany Duncan Phyffe table w/4 chairs; pictures & dec; elec guitar; Fender Frontman 15G amp; glassware incl Fenton pcs; Haviland Bavaria service for 12 china; 3 pc Dep era BR suite; books; AMF tricycle; Hawthorne ladies bike; hand tools; still sorting. These are the former possessions of the late Dave Staley. TERMS: MC, Visa, debit, cash or check w/4% buyerʼs premium on all sales. 4% BP waived for cash or check. ID required. Lunch & porta jon on site. Auction Conducted By: Newell Realty & Auctions LLC William Newell, CAI; Bonnie Newell Chiurco; Jarrin Cheuvront, Auctioneers Adam Weyandt, Apprentice Auctioneer 330-627-2350

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Anvil – Iron Fence – Antiques – Appliances – Primitives Secretary - Coca Cola Trays – Cupboard – Lathe 287 Fourth St. NE Carrollton, OH 44615 All sells on site. Go north from Carrollton Square on N. Lisbon St. (St. Rt. 9) to right on 4th St. NE. Newell signs posted. Parking available on 3rd, 4th, & 5th Sts. NE.

Saturday June 16, 2012 10:AM Antiques & Collectibles: incl. 2 pc. painted 16 light cupbd 72ʼw x 93ʼh; few iron fence sections & posts; early 24ʼ metal lathe; good 27ʼ anvil; cast dinner bell; Odd Fellows prints & dishes; sm. steelyard; hand augers; 6 gal. crock; coffee grinder; sad irons; clock cases, parts, & keys; wooden doll cradle; crosscut saw; blacksmith tongs; boot jack; lantern; glassware incl. Fenton & Fostoria; pink Dep. plates; Scio dishes; 20 nice 1950ʼs Coca Cola trays; cast iron banks; Ransburg cookie jar; Goebel & Hummel bells & figurines; Hampden & Waltham & Seth Thomas pocket watches; Lynn Fox print; piano rolls; 1891 Harrison & Carroll Co. Comm. Record; Salem China Northstar service for 8; 8 service Albright China; runner sled; cracked cast iron kettle; doilies & embroidery; Carron record player; costume jewelry; good old books; table lamps; Roseville 6634ʼ vase; Avon Cape Cod pcs; Viewmasters; matchbooks; records; framed pictures & prints; old toys incl Tonka trucks, Big Bang carbide cannon, etc; mechanical drawing set; GE Multiplier; safe time lock; fridge containers; waterfall desk; oak serp. washstand; records; Roy Rogers puzzle; folding oak table; rolling pins; chest of dr; ex Vict secretary desk; nice Singer oak treadle sewing machine; cherry shelf clock; Vict rocker; old typewriter; etc. Appliances – Household: like new Frig auto washer & elec dryer; clean older Frig 30ʼ elec. stove; newer microwave; older Kit Aid mixer; GE dehumid; Sharp up vac; good Lazboy rocker recliner; Lazboy recliner; nice Ridgeway grandmothers clock; 2 good sofas; Zenith 27ʼ console TV; oak coffee table; good full sz bed; good maple 3 pc full sz BR suite; chest of dr; set of 4 kit chairs; wr iron patio set; wooden TV trays; towels; utensils & kit items; Corning; etc. Misc: power stairs lift; wheelbarrow; garden bench; decorations; hose reel; hand tools; metal fold chairs; scrap metal, copper; motors; etc. A nice, clean auction. Come and enjoy. TERMS: MC, Visa, debit, cash or check w/4% buyerʼs premium on all sales. 4% BP waived for cash or check. ID required. Lunch & porta jon on site. Auction Ordered By: John Ledford POA for Jean Ledford Auction Conducted By: Newell Realty & Auctions LLC William Newell, CAI; Bonnie Newell Chiurco; Jarrin Cheuvront, Auctioneers Adam Weyandt, Apprentice Auctioneer 330-627-2350

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