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Thursday, September 20, 2018

Village to rebuild Industrial Park Road By NANCY SCHAAR

FPS Correspondent

Village administrator Mark Wells explained the funding options to village council for the reconstruction of Industrial Drive. The preliminary estimated cost for the project is $686,000. Wells said this road has to be taken down to the ground and be rebuilt. Increased traffic not only from the industrial park but anticipated increase in traffic from the new school being built was also a consideration. The project will clear the present road down to the bedrock and will not only provide a new road but it will also include new curbs as well.

Council agreed to contribute $205,800. Council will seek an OPWC (Ohio Public Works Commission) loan for $100,000. The grant would have 0% interest over a 20 year period and yearly payment would be $380,200. Wells presented several funding options but council decided they would proceed with the loan. A contract for the project is expected to be awarded before the end of the year. Wells said it would take about three months to do the project. A start date of July 1 is anticipated. Council approved the 15th Annual Scarecrow Day on the village square on Sept. 29. Businesses, service groups, clubs and families will be constructing scarecrows on the square from 10 to 2 p.m. The event

is sponsored by the Carrollton Visitors Bureau and the Chamber of Commerce. Director Amy Rutledge said there will be much more for kids and families to do this year during the event. Vendors will be present with their crafts and other items. There will be some good food from several local vendors as well as face painting, pumpkin decorating, and more. The street will remain open on the side of the courthouse. The opposite side will be closed from 10 to 2 from traffic. Detours will be set up to redirect traffic on St. Rt. 332. A special event will be held at 1:30 p.m. with the unveiling of an 8 foot tall Pottsy creation. The large grouping of daffodils, the county

flower, will be placed in the large flower bed on the square. This artwork was provided to the village by a $1,000 grant from the Ashton Foundation. Rutledge said this is the biggest flower that Pottsy has made. "It is wonderful that we will have a local artisan's work represented prominently in the village," said Rutledge. Administrator Mark Wells reported he had met with a company from Jefferson County who is interested in leasing space on the new village water tower.  The company already leases space on six water towers in Jefferson County. Council member Chris Modranski informed Wells that the company has a contract with county commissioners for the county owned communication tower

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that is pending final approval. In other business council: - LEARNED that the village has closed on the purchase of a property on Third St. for fire department training. At a cost of $41,800, the facility will also provide extra parking for the fire department members. - ACCEPTED the resignation of part time police officer Hunter Duerig. - ANNOUNCED trick or treat will be held on Saturday, Oct. 27 from 4 to 6 p.m. - WILL offer leaf bags, available at the municipal building Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Bagged leaves will be picked up on Friday's from curb strips through Nov. 20, 2018.

Carrollton Police get new K9 officer Carrollton Police Chief Bob Ellington and Carrollton Mayor William Stoneman welcomed the newest member of the village police department, named Baxter, last Thursday. Baxter was born March 3, 2017 and started his training on Monday, Sept. 17. Training will last five to seven weeks.  "It is very intense training," said Baxter's new owner Jason Neider. Trained police dogs serve their department between six and eight years, according to Neider. Neider isn't married and doesn't have children and he said Baxter will be an only child. Local business owners and community


Shown left to right are Baxter, Officer Jason Neider, Chief Bob Ellington, and Carrollton Mayor William Stoneman. From left to right: Sharon Kampfer, Shirley Pitts, Cheryl Halter, Patricia Oyer, Brittany Cain

Recorder’s office makes difference in foster children’s lives The Carroll County Recorder’s Office is reaching out to help children placed in foster care. Recorder Patricia Oyer said that when children enter foster care, they’re usually given two trash bags for their belongings, but with the help of the people in the community, each child will receive a new duffel bag, which includes a stuffed animal, blanket, coloring book, pack of

crayons, hygiene kit, and a personalized luggage tag along with fabric pastels and stencils to decorate the bag the way they like it. Oyer said that the Recorder’s office can’t accept donations directly, however, anyone wishing to make donations to this cause can go to the Recorder’s Facebook page and click the link titled ‘Comfort Carroll County Kids’ under the

‘Together We Rise’ portion of their page for directions to where the donations can be sent. Any and all donations will be going to the Carroll County kids in foster care, and the bags will be given to the Carroll County Department of Jobs and Family Services who will then give them to the children at the time they enter foster care.

Commissioners updated on Wellness Program incentives By NANCY SCHAAR

FPS Correspondent

County Auditor Lynn Fairclough came to the Board to state her position on the Wellness Incentive Program. Fairclough does not want to do away with the incentive program altogether. “There are a lot of good ideas for the future, including spousal coverage,” said Fairclough. Fairclough said that in 2017 there were a total of 278 employees on county insurance and 128 of those employees participated in the incentive program. In 2018, there are 269 employees and only 86 of those employees have participated. The new online program offered

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by their insurance CEBCO (County Employees Benefit Consortium) is not very user friendly, according to Fairclough. Commissioner Bob Wirkner advised the model that was presented to commissioners specified penalties to the employees that did not participate in the wellness program. Wirkner continued to say there is a lawsuit in Columbus at this time regarding this various issue. Employees contend that they were never told they would face penalties if they did not choose to participate in the wellness program. “I was present for the original meeting when the incentive program was rolled out. They

weren’t sure how long their funding mechanism would work. They never discussed a penalty for those that don’t join,” said Wirkner. Fairclough said that when CEBCO started five years ago, CEBCO was to pay for the wellness incentives. In other business commissioners: LEARNED Building Maintenance Supervisor Ed Eick applied for a grant and received $4,982 to purchase a power washer to clean outer courthouse windows and walls. - AUTHORIZED TNT Tabler Construction to improve the 2nd St. parking lot at a cost of $4,300. - SIGNED a contract with AeroMark of Streetsboro for pavement

marking at a cost of $69,000. - READ a proclamation recognizing a 50th anniversary for the establishment of Carrollton Bible Chapel. - APPROVED a contract with Hill Top Learning Center through July 31, 2019. Cost is dependent on use. - RECEIVED the dog pound report through Sept. 8 with 11 impounded, one adopted, one redeemed, none destroyed, and one citation for no license and two citations for running at large. Through Sept. 15, there were four impounded, five adopted, five redeemed, none destroyed, one citation for no license and two citations for running at large.

Voter registration deadline set for October 9 By NANCY SCHAAR

FPS Correspondent

Carroll County Board of Elections Director Vickie L. Reed announced that Oct. 9, 2018, is the last day to register to vote or make any changes to your name or address for the Nov. 6, 2018 election. The election office will be open till 9 p.m. on Oct. 6 to give voters plenty of opportunity to register. A person is qualified to vote if he or she is a citizen of the United States. They must be 18 years old on or before the Nov. 6 election. They must also have resided in the State of Ohio for at least 30 days before the election and have registered to vote at least 30 days before the election. Carroll County residents may register at the Carroll County Board of Elections in the lower level of the courthouse in Carrollton. Voters may also register on the web at Registration is available at the following places during normal business hours: any Bureau of Motor Vehicles, Department of Human Services, Health Department, any high school or vocational school or college and all public libraries. Reed says that if you are registered to vote but


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OFFICER from PG.1 members supported the financial cost to bring Baxter to the police department. The total cost for Baxter and his training is $12,500. "Without the support of the community this wouldn't have

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happened. Everyone gave and didn't hesitate when we asked for donation and their support," said Stoneman. Baxter will begin his duties with the police department by the end of October. Chief Ellington can't wait to put him to work.

Issues and candidates that are on the Nov. 6 election are also available to review at the Board of Elections website. Regular office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. If you have any questions, please call 330-6272610.

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Voters with disabilities can use their “Own Voice” to cast vote this November By CHRIS MODRANSKI

FPS Correspondent

Voters with disabilities will be able to use their “own voice” during the General Election this November. Secretary of State John Husted has given a directive to each of Ohio’s local Board of Elections (BOE) that they must implement a remote ballot marking system prior to this year’s general election. The directive stemmed from a ruling from the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth

Circuit which stated a lawsuit from the National Federation of the Blind could move forward if tried. Previously voters with disabilities might have needed the assistance of a poll worker or their own assistant to help cast their vote which does not maintain confidentiality. Registered voters with a qualifying disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) will have the option of voting from their own electronic device in the comfort of their home during the absentee

voting period. An application must be completed and sent to the BOE and once the request is approved an email will be sent containing your ballot and instructions on how to cast your vote. “Voters with disabilities will get their ballot electronically which will allow them to use their own adaptive devices to assist them in casting their ballot,” said Amanda Tubaugh, Carroll County Board of Elections Deputy Director. Part of the directive required

the BOE to purchase a remote ballot marking system reader software which will tally these votes on election night. The Secretary of State provided each county with a $16,000 grant to assist with the implement. Carroll County was able to purchase a software package that is expected to be used for the next 5 General Elections with the granted funds. The last day to register for the General Election is Oct. 9 and absentee voting begins Oct. 10.

Scarecrow contest Health Dist. to hold ‘Drive Thru Flu Shot Clinic’ set for Sept. 29 By NANCY SCHAAR


FPS Correspondent

The 15th Annual Scarecrow contest will be held on the Square on Saturday, Sept. 29. Activities begin at 10 a.m. Area businesses, organizations, families, classes, youth organizations, church groups, and political groups are invited to construct a scarecrow on the square. The scarecrows will remain on display until Oct. 21. Rules for the contest are that you must construct the scarecrow display on site using the supplied frame, unless prior arrangements have been made. Those participating should bring what they will need with them. Items such as hand tools, newspapers, special clothing, props, etc. Straw for stuffing will be available the day of the contest. Judging will begin at 1 p.m. on Saturday and winners will be immediately announced. Ribbons will be awarded for first, second, and third places. The categories are organizations, business, family, political and classroom/youth organizations, five categories, five chances to

win! You must register in advance and the entrance fee is $5. Registration forms are available at Ashton's 5 & 10 Cent Store, Consumers National Bank and the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce/Convention and Visitors Bureau. Forms must be turned in by Sept. 25. To add more excitement and fun to the event, Ja Pa's, Carrollton Civic Club, and Betty Kaye Bakery will be set up on the square with something good to snack on. Other vendors will be Pieces with a Purpose and a Posh representative will be selling their wares. If you would like to be a vendor, contact Amy at the Carroll County Chamber, 330627-4811. There will be many activities for children. There will be a small cost to participate. Those activities include face painting, chalk art, pumpkin painting, cookie decorating from Lil Brown Dog Cafe and a coloring contest. The picture to color is available at the Chamber office. This event has been sponsored for 15 years by the Carrollton Business and Retail Association.

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The Carroll County General Health District will hold their 4th annual drive through flu shot clinic on Thursday, Oct. 4 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. This event will be held at the county fairgrounds on Kensington Road. There is no need to even get out of your vehicle according to Natasha Yonley, Epidemiologist for the health department. In 2015, 175 vaccinations were done during the drive through; 160 vaccinations were done at the drive through in 2016; 2017 it increased to more than 180 vaccinations. “We have a goal to vaccinate 300 people this year!” said Kelly

Engelhart, Director of Nursing for the health department. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommends anyone six months of age and older get a flu vaccine every year, especially those at high risk of developing complications from the flu. This includes children six months to two years, adults 65 years of age and older, pregnant women and women up to two week postpartum, residents of nursing homes, and other long term care facilities, and also individuals with chronic medical conditions and those with weakened immune systems. The county health department will only be immunizing during the drive through flu clinic people three years and older.

For younger children, please call the health department at 330627-4866 to schedule an appointment or the health department advises you contact your family doctor. Residents are asked to bring with them insurance cards, Medicaid or Medicare cards along with their driver’s license, so the cost of the vaccine can be billed.  Most insurances are accepted. Without insurance, the cost is $25. You can get the form to register from the health district website at The annual drive through clinic has a double purpose for the health department. The main purpose is to serve county residents but the clinic is also a test of the health department’s

preparedness in responding to emergencies in the community and county. The Carroll County Sheriff’s office and Sheriff Dale Williams will be present at the immunization clinic to host the yearly Drug Take Back day. The Anti-Drug Coalition of Carroll County will also be distributing the drug deactivating Doterra bags to members of the community. The American Red Cross will also be on hand to sign up residents for free smoke detectors. For any questions or more information please contact the health department at 330-6274866 or stop at the department offices at 301 Moody Ave., Carrollton.

Sherrodsville Village in need of council members By NANCY SCHAAR

FPS Correspondent

Sherrodsville council is asking for two residents to step up and represent their village. Last month council accepted the resignation of long time council member Bud Newell since he had recently sold his property in the village and no longer resides there. A few days later, council lost another member, Joe Walters, to an unexpected illness. Fiscal officer Valerie Gardner said that to serve on council, you must be a registered voter and have resided in the village for at least one year. Anyone interested in serving


the village as a council member are asked to contact Mayor Ken Moffat. If no one has come forward to serve on council within thirty days, the mayor must appoint someone to fill the vacant seats, according to village solicitor J. J. Ong. Following the disbanding of Sherrodsville Community Fire & Rescue Dept., the village is moving forward and selling equipment, from trucks to breathing apparatus. If anyone is interested in purchasing any of the equipment, they are to contact Moffat. A complete list of items for sale is being prepared and may be offered at auction or on a website for sale. With the closing of the fire department, Gardner moved forward and canceled phone, internet and other services to the fire department. Moffat notified

the State Fire Marshal's office. Moffat said he would like to pursue hiring a police officer for eight hours one day a month. "He could work eight hours writing citations one month and then spend the next month enforcing them," said Moffat. He said the village could supply one uniform that identifies the officer as a Sherrodsville police officer. Moffat suggested since they don't have a police car, the officer could use a magnet sign on the side of his own vehicle. Ong said that would be ok as long as the officer was not pulling vehicles over for citations. Moffat told council that the health department had went door to door during the last two weeks because two confirmed cases of rabies were found in raccoons. Moffat advised people to not feed any stray cats and to keep their pets indoors.

Kevin Vandegrift, EMS coordinator, called and told Gardner he attended a training class in Alabama. In other business council: - ACCEPTED a $1,000 donation to the village from Bud Newell. - DISCUSSED consolidating all village offices into one building. - AUTHORIZED $100 and 50 cents per mile for Gardner to attend training in Twinsburg. - REPAIRED more pot holes and will order street signs and poles as needed for those that have turned up missing lately in the village. -AUTHORIZED maintenance for the furnace at village hall. - SHOWED the tanker truck to representatives of Fox Twp. Fire Dept. An offer will be considered in the near future.

Health District issues rabies health alert By NANCY SCHAAR

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Carroll County Health District Interim Health Commissioner Wendy Gotschall has issued a health warning for residents in the Village of Sherrodsville. There has been one positive rabies case found in a raccoon in Sherrodsville and a second raccoon is being tested. The health district is concerned about stray cats.

The Health Advisory for Protection and Prevention states: - Do not feed any stray animals (wildlife or domestic) at your home. - Keep animals inside your home as much as possible. - Avoid any contact with any wildlife - Report immediately any strange or unusual behavior of wild animals to the Carroll County Health District at 330-627-4866. If

after hours follow the prompt by pressing “1” to be connected to someone to dispatch a health district official. If you have found an animal suspected of having rabies, The Ohio Department of Health can test animals for rabies but the brain must remain intact for testing. For more information please call the health department at 330-6274866.

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Eight area high school bands and their drum lines will be featured at the annual Carrollton Band Extravaganza this Saturday at the Community Field football stadium on SR 332, south of Carrollton. Beginning at 6:30 p.m. with a preview show by the Carrollton band, the show will feature bands from Malvern, Strasburg, Claymont, West Branch, Tusky Valley, Minerva, Sandy Valley and Carrollton. The show will conclude with a Mass Band performing God Bless America. Tickets are $5 and are available by contacting any band member or the director David Dickerhoof. The rain date is Oct. 13. There will be no parking at Community Field except those with FFA parking passes for football games. Shuttles, starting at 5 p.m. at the Carroll County fairgrounds, will shuttle visitors to and from Community Field. The program for the show, which includes a look at each band and the numbers they will perform, along with numerous advertisements, is included in this week’s FPS.

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Farm Bureau holds annual meeting Dave Evans inducted into Hall of Fame By CHRIS MODRANSKI

FPS Correspondent

The Carroll County chapter of the Ohio Farm Bureau held its annual meeting last Tuesday evening at the FFA Camp Muskingum’s Discovery Center. Bernie Heffelbower, President of the Board of Trustees, presided over the business meeting. About 130 members attended the meeting. Dave Evans was inducted into the 2018 Ohio Farm Bureau Hall of Fame. Evans grew up in Ravenna, OH and made trips to his grandfather’s farm in Carroll County. These visits developed his love for farming. In 1952, Evans’ grandfather suffered a stroke and he took it upon himself to ask his parents if he could move in with his grandfather and help maintain the farm. They approved the request. Evans is a past president of the Augusta FFA and married his wife, Kay, in 1953. The couple will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary this December. Evans took ownership of his grandfather’s farm in 1961 and raised registered Holsteins. The couple has four children, seven grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren and three greatgreat grandchildren. Evans is still actively farming 500 acres and 35 head of cows. His son, Michael, works the family farm with him. The couple remains

very involved in the agricultural world today. MEMBER OF DISTINCTION – This award is to recognize a county member for their service to the county’s farm bureau. Dave and Traci McKarns were selected as the 2018 Members of Distinction. McKarns has served on the Farm Bureau Board for six years and during that time he worked on buildings at the fairgrounds. He also built the announcers booth. The McKarns also designed, built and donated the barn shaped book cases you can find in our local libraries. “This wonderful couple has contributed their time, talents and treasures to this community and they will have a long lasting impact for the county farm bureau,� said Bernie Heffelbower. PARTNER OF THE YEAR – The Farm Bureau has held their annual meeting at the FFA Camp Muskingum for the last seven years. The camp has also hosted several young farmer events this past year and will be hosting the State Farm Bureau meeting in a few weeks. Todd Davis and the FFA Camp Muskingum have been selected as the 2018 Partner of the Year. SCHOLARSHIPS – Luke Logan, Vice President of the Board of Trustees announced scholarship award recipients for the year. Eliza Days, who is majoring in Human Resource

Management and Marketing with a minor in Business Administration at the University of Mount Union, received a $1,000 scholarship. Days is the daughter of Rodney and Connie Days of Carrollton. Travis Rutledge, who is attending The Ohio State University, received a $500 scholarship. Rutledge is the son of Todd and Leigh Anne Rutledge of Carrollton and is majoring in Agricultural Science. Jay Stoneman, who is studying architecture and music at Kent State University, also received a $500 scholarship. Stoneman is the son of Neil and Lori Stoneman of Carrollton The Farm Bureau board agreed to create 3 additional trustee positions to add Young Ag Professionals to the Board. The new positions will be At-Large and members will need to be between the ages of 18 and 35 at the time of the election. The board also set a term limit of three consecutive years as trustee. Members must take a minimum of a one year break before running for trustee again. A policy for meeting notifications was established as well. Meeting notices will be mailed, emailed or hand delivered with a minimum of 3 days’ notice prior to any meeting. Trustees voted to request the Ohio Farm Bureau to support joint solid waste districts to develop a statewide action plan

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Dave Evans, 2018 Farm Bureau Hall of Fame Inductee, is presented a plaque by Heffelbower, President of the Board of Trustees for the Carroll County Farm Bureau.

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The Carrollton Tractor Supply store is hosting a community Farmers Market on Saturday, Sept. 22. From 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., local farmers, crafters and artisans will be onsite selling homemade and homegrown goods at the store located at 1335 Canton Rd. NW. According to store manager Brad Sell, there’s no better way to celebrate the fall harvest season in the Carrollton area.  “Farmers markets are a great way to highlight skills, foster community relationships and support neighbors,� said Sell. “We are excited to provide a platform for our customers to showcase their homemade and homegrown goods.� Tractor Supply’s Fall Farmers Market event will take place Saturday, Sept. 22 at 1335 Canton Road NW. Contact the Carrollton Tractor Supply store at 330-627-3738 for more information or details about participating in the event.


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COMMON PLEAS (Addresses as listed on Court records) New Cases Filed Stark Federal Credit Union of Canton has filed a complaint for replevin of a 2014 Keystone Impact Travel Trailer and replevin of a 2014 Dodge Ram 3500 against Craig S. Mellon of 6068 Avalon Rd. NW, Malvern. Keith R. Leasure and Bobbi Jo Leasure of 5387 Josephine St. NW, North Canton, have filed a complaint for judgment against Harold E. Fauseheaucht, c/o Stephen M. Fausnehaucht of Football Ranch, CA, seeking judgment in excess of $25,000 for injuries allegedly suffered by Keith Leasure, a passenger, in a traffic accident Oct. 18, 2016, on Alliance Rd. at the intersection of Carrollton St. in Malvern when the defendant negligently pulled his vehicle into the path of a vehicle operated by Robert Vincent DeVaul. John W. Friend of 278 S. Lisbon St., Carrollton, has filed a petition for a domestic violence civil protection order against Ryann A. Friend of 5125 Canton Rd. NW, Carrollton. Roioano Contracting, Inc. of 2163 Patriot Rd. SE, Carrollton, has filed a breach of contract complaint against Roadside Lumber Services & Metal Sales, LLC, c/o Henry E. Miller, agent, at 7134 Satin Rd. NE, Mechanicstown. The action involves erection of a steel pole building for William Williams, owner of a property at 300 Co. Rd. 42, Toronto, and unjust enrichment of benefits to the plaintiff’s detriment in excess of $25,000. Residential Bancorp of Lake Zurich, IL, has filed a complaint for foreclosure against Taylor J. Norman of 6085 Avalon Rd. NW, Malvern, et al, seeking judgment for $104,593.29 due on a promissory note for $107,516 executed July 2, 2016. Tort Action Dismissed The other tort action filed May 5, 2017, by Eric E. and Tonya N. Hinerman of 3040 Steubenville Rd. SE, Carrollton, vs. Macey K. Miller of 923 Jones Ave. NW, Carrollton, has been dismissed on an agreed journal entry of dismissal. Criminal Cases A capias has been issued for the arrest of John L. Broad II, 40, of 7474 Oakhill Ave., Alliance, for repeated violations of a five-year probation imposed July 2, 2015,

upon conviction of breaking and entering and receiving stolen property. Substantial evidence has been found that Marshall W. McMillin, 28, of 1095 Salineville Rd. NE, Carrollton, has again violated a three-year probation imposed April 26, 2018, upon conviction of vehicular manslaughter. However, the Court has elected not to revoke McMillin’s community control at this time and instead ordered modification to include 15 days in jail with credit for 15 days previously served. Substantial evidence has been found that Lisa L. Irwin, 47, of 6634 Twp. Rd. 21, Marengo, has violated a five-year probation imposed Sept. 9, 2016, upon conviction of aggravated trafficking in drugs, possession of cocaine, aggravated possession of drugs, possession of drugs and soliciting. However, the Court has elected not to revoke Irwin’s community control sanctions at this time and instead ordered a modification to include 30 days in jail with credit for 30 days previously served. Substantial evidence has been found that Darrell R. Pittman, 56, of 2376 Bacon Rd. NW, Carrollton, has repeatedly violated a three-year probation imposed July 15, 2016, upon conviction of possessing drug abuse instruments. However, the Court has elected not to revoke Pittman’s community control sanctions at this time and instead ordered a modification to include 9 days in jail with credit for 9 days served. Bobbianne M. Ennis, 38, of 5081 Citrus Rd. NW, Lot 6, Malvern, has entered a not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging her with aggravated possession of drugs, possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia offenses; bond set at $10,000 cash or surety and matter continued to Sept. 27 for pre-trial. Leona R. Hoopingarner, 33, of 378 Industry Rd., Atwater, has entered a not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging her with possession of drugs, possessing drug abuse instruments; bond set at $25,000 cash or surety and matter continued to Sept. 20 for pre-trial. Darrienne Jackson Brodrick Yospur, 20, of 125 W. Carrollton St., Magnolia, has entered a not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging him with ten counts of rape, two counts of pandering sexually oriented matter involving a minor, one count of gross sexual

Judge Dominick E. Olivito imposition and two counts of pandering obscenity involving a minor; $1 million bond set Sept. 10 continued and matter continued to Sept. 19 for pre-trial. Tyler Lee McClish, 22, of 25358 Quaker Church Rd., East Rochester, has entered a not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging him with aggravated possession of drugs; defendant released on $10,000 recognizance bond and matter continued to Sept. 27 for pre-trial. Thomas G. Clark, 40, of 18242 Fife Coal Rd., Wellsville, has entered a not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging him with aggravated possession of drugs; bond set at $10,000 cash or surety and matter continued to Sept. 20 for pre-trial. Alan Lee Radtka, 32, of 1304 Cole Ave. SE, Canton, has entered a not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging him with improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle; defendant released on $10,000 recognizance bond and matter continued to Oct. 4 for pre-trial. Kimberly I. Mutersbaugh, 52, of 5100 Autumn Rd. SW, Carrollton, has entered a not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging her with possession of heroin and possessing drug abuse instruments; defendant released on $10,000 recognizance bond and matter continued to Sept. 27 for pre-trial. Jason A. Cottrell, 35, of 9173 James St. SE, Lot 2, Waynesburg, has entered a not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging him with domestic violence; defendant released on $10,000 recognizance bond and matter continued to Sept. 20 for pre-trial. Jamie Lee Spencer, 54, of 4101 Peace Rd. SE, Apt. A, Carrollton, has entered a not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging the defendant with aggravated possession of drugs, possessing drug abuse instruments and drug paraphernalia offenses; bond set at $25,000 cash or surety with a 10% feature and matter continued to Sept. 20 for pre-trial. Charles L. Bailey Jr., 40, of 12815 Gavers Rd., Hanoverton, has entered a not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging him with aggravated possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia offenses; bond set at $5,000 cash or surety with a 10% feature and matter continued to Sept. 27 for pre-trial. Johnnie Ray Nicholas II, 40, of 1404 Pawnee Blvd., Akron, has entered a not guilty plea to a Sept.

5 indictment charging him with inducing panic, unlawful possession of dangerous ordnance, arson and criminal damaging; defendant released on $50,000 recognizance bond and matter continued to Sept. 20 for pre-trial. Joshua D. Kirkpatrick, 37, of 4152 Bonnie Dr., Malvern, has entered a not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging him with aggravated possession of drugs, drug paraphernalia offenses, and driving under suspension; bond set at $10,000 cash or surety with a 10% feature and matter continued to Sept. 27 for pre-trial. Douglas P. Pinkerton Jr., 33, of 105 Euclid Ave., Minerva, has entered a not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging him with aggravated possession of drugs, receiving stolen property, failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer and two counts of drug paraphernalia offenses; defendant released on $50,000 recognizance bond and matter continued to Sept. 20 for pre-trial. Andrew W. Foster, 26, of 224 2nd St. NW, Carrollton, has entered a not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging him with receiving stolen property; defendant released on $25,000 recognizance bond and matter continued to Sept. 20 for pre-trial. Probable cause has been found that Derrick C. Burchett, 22, of 10075 Manor Rd., Minerva, has violated a five-year probation imposed June 5, 2015, upon conviction of grand theft of a motor vehicle and breaking and entering; bond set at $25,000 cash or surety and matter continued to Sept. 20 for pre-trial conference. Probable cause has been found that Randi L. Clevenger, 23, of 3348 SR 213, Steubenville, has violated a three-year intervention plan imposed Aug. 24, 2018, upon conviction of aggravated possession of drugs; bond set at $25,000 cash or surety and matter continued to Sept. 20 for pre-trial conference. Substantial evidence has been found that David F. Dycus, 34, of 412 Prospect St., Minerva, has repeatedly violated a five-year probation imposed Feb. 19, 2016, upon conviction of burglary and petty theft; defendant’s community control sanctions have been revoked and terminated and the original sentence of 18-months in prison, plus a $1,000 fine and $140 in restitution has been imposed, along with all court costs generated by his prosecution. Dycus was given credit for 195 days of local jail time.

The domestic violence civil protection order issued Dec. 26, 2017, against Dana L. Confalone, 31, of 142 Arbor Rd. NW, Minerva, has been terminated. Bobby L. Francis, 34, of 1416 3rd St. SE, Canton, has entered a not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging him with receiving stolen property and resisting arrest; $100,000 cash/surety bond set Sept. 11 continued. The case of Jirod J. M. Finn, 27, of 116 S. Green St., Richmond, indicted May 2 for aggravated possession of drugs, possessing drug abuse instruments and two counts of driving under the influence, has been continued to Oct. 11 for a change of plea and sentencing; $25,000 recognizance bond set June 13 continued. Shawna R. Young, 37, of 109 4th St. NW, Apt. 2, Canton, has entered a not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging defendant with felonious assault, receiving stolen property and resisting arrest; $100,000 cash/surety bond continued and matter continued to Sept. 19 for pre-trial. Ross A. Amos, 32, of 401 Prospect St., Minerva, has entered a not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging him with receiving stolen property, aggravated possession of drugs, possessing drug abuse instruments and drug paraphernalia offenses; $20,000 cash/surety bond continued and matter continued to Sept. 27 for pre-trial. The $25,000 recognizance bond has been ordered revoked in the case of Angela M. Dupal, 30, of 1641 Sandwith Ave. SW, Canton, due to the defendant failing to appear at an arraignment hearing scheduled for Sept. 13 on an indictment returned Sept. 5 charging her with aggravated possession of drugs and possessing drug abuse instruments; bench warrant issued for Dupal’s arrest. Matthew B. Fishburn, 33, of 5255 13th St. SW, Apt. 4, Canton, has entered a not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging him with aggravated possession of drugs and possessing drug abuse instruments; defendant released on $25,000 recognizance bond and matter was continued to Sept. 19 for pre-trial. Nathan W. Snyder, 30, of 2071 Canton Rd. NW, Carrollton, has entered a not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging him with aggravated possession of drugs, two counts of driving under the influence and one count of operating a motor vehicle bearing

COUNTY MUNICIPAL COURT Carrollton Police Department cases – Benjamin Geiser of 5231 Fresno Rd., Dellroy, physical control, $600 fine, $70 costs, 167 days of a 180-day jail sentence suspended on conditions; marked

lanes violation, $60 fine. Luke Galbraith of 392 Deerhaven Dr. SW, Carrollton, driving under the influence, $600 fine, $70 costs, 167 days of a 180-day jail sentence suspended on conditions,

POLICE | SHERIFF’S REPORT    SHERIFF INCIDENTS Sept. 10 - Deputies received a complaint from an ODOT road crew in Loudon Twp. who reported a guard rail damaged on Blossom Rd. in Salineville. Sept. 12 - An unknown substance was reported thrown on a car trailer in Center Twp. at a Steubenville Rd., Carrollton, location. SHERIFF ACCIDENTS Sept. 11 - A vehicle was stopped in southbound traffic on Scio Rd. when the driver backed up and into the front of another vehicle driven by a W.

Main St., Scio, woman. The first driver left the scene. POLICE INCIDENTS Sept. 14 - A Waynesburg man reported being harassed at a Canton Rd. restaurant by his ex-wife’s new husband. Sept. 13 - Two men were charged with trespassing and taken to the county jail after several warnings about trespassing at a property near the library on 2nd St. Charged were Tyler R. Rainsberg, 21, of Canton Rd. and Cody Passwaters, 25, of Macaw Rd., both Carrollton.

BENCH WARRANTS Bench warrants have been issued by Carroll County Probate and Juvenile Court Judge John S. Campbell for the arrests of Michael A. Vankirk of 705 Wilkin St.,

Apt. 1, Steubenville, and Scott Bryan of 39710 SR 517, Lisbon, for failure to appear for support contempt hearings scheduled for Sept. 12.

MARRIAGE APPLICATIONS Jesse Ray Manbeck, 26, and Kaya Marie Mansfield, 22, both of 3069 Amsterdam Rd., Scio. Dylan S. Eyelene, 22, of 14109 Louisville St. NE, Paris, and Cassandra L. Morrison, 23, of 9090 Cologne Rd. SW, Bowerston. Eli E. Miller, 20, of 7008 Avon Rd. NE, Carrollton, and Susan A. Troyer, 21, of 3228 Channel

Rd. NE, Carrollton. Colter Douglas Whitmore, 20, of 10154 SR 164, Amsterdam, and Taylor Madison Keefer, 19, of 1430 Magnolia Rd. SW, Dellroy. James L. Hostetler, 29, of 245 Arbor Rd. NE, Carrollton, and Lydia Ann Detweiler, 22, of 7151 Andora Rd. NE, Mechanicstown.

CHILD SUPPORT A total of $310,846.96 was collected by the Carroll County Child Support Enforcement Agency during August. According to Carroll County Prosecuting Attorney Steven D. Barnett this amount includes child and spousal support and/or medical support paid to the families and/or Ohio Department of Job and Family Services or public assistance. A total of $6,674.12 also was paid

to the county treasurer for processing charges. Five new cases with orders were filed last month, 15 new cases were opened or transferred in without orders, 56 contempt hearings were held, 2 administrative orders were established and 7 administrative review hearings were filed for establishment of cases. The Agency is currently handling 1,372 open/active cases.

operators license suspended from Aug. 5, 2018, to Aug. 4, 2019; traffic signal violation, $50 fine. Carolyn Wackerly of 79 Bellflower Rd. NW, Minerva, driving under the influence, $600 fine, $105 costs, 167 days of a 180-day jail sentence suspended on conditions, operators license suspended from Aug. 10, 2018, to Aug. 9, 2019; marked lanes violation, $50 fine. Donald Williams of 220 ½ 2nd St. NE, Carrollton, muffler/smoke violation, $150 fine, no costs. Kaleb Weller of 290 4th St. NE, Carrollton, drug paraphernalia offense, no fine, $70 costs, case dismissed due to successful completion of diversion program. Matthew Hepner of 83 2nd St. NE, Carrollton, expired license plates, $50 fine, $70 costs. Jesse Garcia of 87 5th St. NW, Carrollton, signal/change violation, $50 fine, $70 costs. Steven Cox of Salem, failure to control, $130 bond. Roger Beckett of 4187 Avalon Rd. NW, Carrollton, failure to yield road, $130 bond. Dustin Natcher of 8532 Bay Rd. SE, Carrollton, assured clear distance, $50 fine, $90 costs. Billy Criner of 25878 Quaker Church Rd., East Rochester, no operators license, $50 fine, $70 costs. Lake Patrol’s case – Alain Marec of Medina, operating a vessel without carrying sufficient number of life saving devices on board, $130 bond. Ohio State Highway Patrol’s cases – William Coole of 289 ½ 2nd St., Carrollton, speed (72/55), $130 bond. Tammy Vonwyl of 1214 Graber Dr., Dellroy, no seat belt, $68 bond. Santa HernandezChavez of 449 ½ 12th St. NW, Carrollton, speed (70/55), $115 bond. Ashley Wilson of Richmond, speed (74/55), $130 bond. Barbara Boring of 1003 Roswell Rd. NW, Carrollton, speed (65/55), $95 bond. Matthew Hepner of 83 2nd St. NE, Carrollton, no seat belt, $30 fine, $38 costs. Tyler Harris of Bolivar, lanes of travel violation, $50 fine, $70 costs. Bryana Carper of 2011 Park Rd., Carrollton, failure to yield at stop sign, $60 fine, $70 costs. Cody Townsend of 167 Skeleton Rd. NW, Dellroy, speed (66/55), $50 fine, $70 costs. Tammy Thompson of 41715 Rumley Rd. E, Jewett, lanes of travel violation, $50 fine, $70 costs. Amber Jellison of 304 Murray Ave., Minerva, speed (69/55), $115 bond. Amy Mathie of North Canton, speed (77/55), $130 bond. Cassandra Brown of Uhrichsville, speed (67/55), $115

an invalid license plate ID mark; defendant released on $25,000 recognizance bond and matter was continued to Sept. 13 for pre-trial. Brandon L. Pool, 26, of 125 Front St., Wintersville, has entered a not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging him with possession of heroin and possessing drug abuse instruments; defendant released on $50,000 recognizance bond and matter was continued to Sept. 12 for pre-trial. Matthew M. Pallaye, 32, of 718 Garfield Ave. SE, Canton, has entered a not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging him with aggravated possession of drugs and possessing drug abuse instruments; defendant released on $25,000 recognizance bond and matter was continued to Sept. 13 for pre-trial. Foreclosure Dismissed The foreclosure action filed Oct. 4, 2017, by JP Morgan Chase Bank National Association of Columbus vs. Janette M. and Scott M. Steiner of 280 3rd St. SW, Carrollton, et al, has been dismissed on a motion of the plaintiff. Title Issued The Carroll County title department of the Clerk of Courts office has been ordered to issue a Certificate of Title in the name of David E. Kohler of 7186 Germano Rd. SE, Amsterdam, as the owner of a 1952 Studebaker pickup truck. Divorce Granted A divorce has been granted to each party in the divorce/legal separation filed July 16, 2018, by Gina M. Anstine, now known as Gina M. Allison of 309 Adelaide St., Minerva, vs. Kyle A. Anstine of 1572 Bellflower Rd. NE, Minerva. Motion to Vacate Approved A motion to vacate and set aside the sale of property in the foreclosure action filed March 12, 2018 by Carroll County Treasurer Jeff Yeager vs. Stanley Ray Hall of 216 W. Wine St., Alliance, et al, has been granted; plaintiff to proceed to re-advertise and an order of sale shall be issued. Dissolution Granted Martha J. Koehler of 170 Amsterdam Rd. SE, Scio, and Christopher B. Koehler of 4836 Grandview Ave., Canton; petitioner restored to her former name of Martha Joann Knox.

Judge Gary L. Willen bond. Kimberly Scott of 1015 N. Lisbon St., Carrollton, no seat belt, $68 bond. Matthew McIntire of 5153 Brocade Rd. SE, Amsterdam, no seat belt, $68 bond. Brandy Mossor of 1052 Perron Rd., Carrollton, speed (66/55), $115 bond. Luis Sumpay of Minden, LA., speed (65/55), $95 bond. David Cavelli of 4007 Apollo Rd. NE, Mechanicstown, no seat belt, $68 bond. Larry Murral of 208 Grant St., Bowerston, no seat belt, $68 bond. State’s Carrollton Police Department cases – Bryan Sebler of 5246 Tyner Ave. NW, Canton, drug instruments possession, $200 fine, $127 costs, 69 days of a 90day jail sentence suspended on conditions. Donald Williams of 220 1/2 2nd St., NE, Carrollton, no operators license, $100 fine, $95 costs. Sheriff’s Department cases – Michael Christner of 5071 Citrus Rd. NW, Lot 20, Malvern, disorderly conduct, $100 fine, $117 costs, 30-day jail sentence suspended on conditions; driving under suspension, $200 fine, $295 costs, 160 days of a 180-day jail sentence suspended on conditions; driving under suspension, $100 fine, $95 costs. Timothy Clark of 1629 Bank Place SW, Canton, disorderly conduct, $200 fine, $92 costs, 25 days of a 30-day jail sentence suspended on conditions. Ross Sizemore of 8150 Blade Rd. NW, Malvern, receiving stolen property, $200 fine, $127 costs, 150 days of a 180-day jail sentence suspended on conditions; drug paraphernalia offense, $100 fine; driving under suspension, $200 fine, $70 costs, 150 days of a 180day jail sentence suspended on conditions; fictitious registration, $100 fine; improper license plate, $60 fine. Kody Vinka of 1007 Jefferson St., Bergholz, violation of a temporary protection order, case dismissed by State. Xavier Powers of 11355 State St. NE, Alliance, driving under the influence, $600 fine, $80 costs, 167 days of a 180day jail sentence suspended on conditions, operators license suspended from Aug. 5, 2018, to Aug. 4, 2019; driving under the influence, case merged; turn signal violation, $50 fine. James Miller of North Canton, driving under suspension, reckless operation and improper license plate, all cases dismissed by State, defendant incarcerated in Lorain for 12 months due to felony convictions. Jvaughn Johnson of Akron, unsafe vehicle, $100 fine, $70 costs. Samuel Rosenbalm of Toledo, possession of drugs, no fine, $180

costs; drug paraphernalia offenses, no fine or costs, both cases dismissed due to defendant’s completion of the diversion program. Dakota Evans of 9588 Main Ave. SE, East Sparta, speed (78/55), $130 bond. Dyan Byelene of 14109 Louisville St. NE, Paris, speed (74/45), $50 fine, $70 costs. Jeanna Ward of 8061 Clover Rd., Mechanicstown, speed (77/55), $130 bond. Lola Kidwell of 7003 Morning Rd., Mechanicstown, assured clear distance, $130 bond. Edward Berardinelli of 6286 Germano Rd., Carrollton, assured clear distance, $130 bond. Erna Brace of 550 Avondale St., Malvern, assured clear distance, $130 bond. State’s Minerva Police Department cases – Alexander Plott of 106 Barr Rd., Lot 55, Minerva, assault, $200 fine, $138 costs, 160 days of a 180-day jail sentence suspended on conditions. Stephanie Owens of 933 E. First St., Minerva, driving under the influence, case merged; driving under the influence, $800 fine, $105 costs, 140 days of a 180-day jail sentence suspended on conditions; operators license suspended from June 30, 2018, to June 29, 2020; marked lanes violation, $50 fine. John Heinzamn of 7100 Dial Rd. SW, Carrollton, driving under the influence, case merged; driving under the influence, $600 fine, $95 costs; operators license suspended from Aug. 18, 2018, to Aug. 17, 2020; driving under suspension, $250 fine; hit-skip, $200 fine, 144 days of a 180-day jail sentence suspended on conditions; reckless operation, $50 fine; failure to file registration, no fine imposed. Civil Cases New eviction and contract note actions filed during the past week included: Eviction Action Roy Dailey of 7039 Red Brush Rd., Ravenna vs. Larry Elkins of 1012 Canton Rd. NW, Apt. 7, Carrollton. Contract Note Actions Mariner Finance LLC of Canton vs. Richard H. Shepherd of 240 Park Ave. SE, Carrollton, $2,105. Midland Funding LLC of San Diego, CA, vs. Hope Carman of 8163 Arrow Rd. NW, Minerva, $797.45. Midland Funding LLC of San Diego, CA, vs. Todd Davis of 9354 Linden Rd. NW, Minerva, $1,057.11. Credit Acceptance Corp. of Southfield, MI, vs. Carl Lowther of 2311 20th St. NE, Canton,

$6,061.56 Consumer National Bank of Minerva vs. Tess Shannon of 5081 Citrus Rd. NW, Lot 7, Malvern, $854.63. Judgments Granted Discover Bank of New Albany from Suzette L. Unkefer of 2818 Clay Rd. NW, Dellroy, $2,682.25. Convergence Acquisitions LLC of Cedar Rapid, IA, from Ronald Kempf of 112 N. Star St. NW, Carrollton, $1,534.19. Crown Asset Management LLC of Columbus from June C. Adams of 8083 Curry Dr. NW, Malvern, $1,106.46. Midland Funding LLC of Columbus from Michael Celano of 7146 Sycamore Rd. NE, Malvern, $4,476.34. Midland Funding LLC of Columbus from Mark Dailey of 9115 Arrow Rd. NW, Minerva, $4,163.36. One Main Financial Service, Inc. of Evansville, IN, from Sherry L. and Kenneth Boone of 4006 Pecan Rd. SE, Amsterdam, $5,664.50. Midland Funding LLC of Columbus from Nicholas Ware of 45 Gallo Rd. NW, Carrollton, $1,742.07. Cavalry SPV I, LLC of Valhalla, NY, from James Douglas of 701 Garfield Ave. NW, Carrollton, $933.89. BBC, Inc. of Mansfield from Ronald Rose of 1362 Bellflower Rd. NE, Minerva, $1,613.24. Consumers National Bank of Minerva from Scott M. Rowan, doing business as Bud’s Flowers & Gifts at 100 N. Lisbon St., Carrollton, $1,008.47. Tina Kmatz of 321 2nd St. NE, Carrollton, from Michael McCoy of 1226 Brown St., Akron, $2,243. Contract Notes Dismissed Claim for $854.94 filed May 11 by Midland Funding LLC of San Diego, CA, vs. Loretta Starks of 4230 Waynesburg Rd. NW, Carrollton. Claim for $3,482.45 filed June 8 by The University of Akron, c/o State of Ohio Collection at Columbus vs. John A. Glasure II of 8058 Clover Rd. NE, Mechanicstown. Claim for $2,272.75 filed June 21 by Crown Asset Management LLC of Columbus vs. Tonia M. Stephenson of 5021 Graph Rd. NW, Dellroy.

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Free Press Standard

Welcome to the new school year By: Dr. David Quattrochi

Superintendent, Carrollton Exempted Village School District

Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year!   We have started school and our students in the marching band have been practicing for weeks and our athletes have finished scrimmages and are working hard for regular season games. The first day of school is a major milestone in the life of any young person. Back to school time can bring about feelings of excitement and apprehension. The staff at Carrollton Schools worked hard to help alleviate the “first day jitters” and instill a

sense of hope in this new beginning. Significant progress is being made on our building project and we are on schedule to take possession on May 31, 2019. The walls are up in the middle and high school portions of the building, and construction workers have poured the concrete for the second floor. The goal is to have everything under roof, windows and doors installed, and heating and cooling (HVAC) up and running before winter. The foundation is in place for the new field house being constructed at the site of the old storage barn. The 22,500 sq. ft. multi-purpose building will house classrooms, a weight room, PE spaces and locker

rooms for home and visiting athletic teams. The facility is slated for completion by May, 2019. Due to the construction of our new 6-12 building, there will be limited parking at Community Field this fall. Varsity football games and the CHS Band Extravaganza will use buses to shuttle fans from the Carroll County Fairground. Parking is free and instructions and shuttle schedules are located on our website at The Carrollton Schools construction project remains very busy with many trucks and heavy equipment all over the site. Soon, a construction fence will be placed around the perimeter on the main site of the field house adjacent to Community Stadium and the

Power Training Center. With so much going on, being attentive to your safety is even more important as the district administration offices remain open daily with limited parking. Lastly, we are focused on our mission and committed to collaborating with families, community members, business leaders and institutes of higher education to pursue excellence through high-quality instruction to enrich all students’ academic growth. On behalf of the Board of Education and the staff of the Carrollton Exempted Village School District, I would like to take this opportunity to thank our parents and community members for your continued support.

“Tandem instructor” Rick Lord. Carroll County Extension Homemakers Gail Ugran of Kensington and Lois Carpenter of Harlem Springs were the subjects of a feature story on a special program they were putting together, “Pleasing Bits for Busy People”. The Carrollton Warriors cross country team improved their record to 4-1 in the Senate League by defeating Minerva 21-38. Lead Warrior runners were Mike Frase and Jay Watts. The return of senior Tom Holmes from injury might very well have inspired Malvern to a 12-6 victory over Strasburg.

were Sarah Mangun, Stacey Johnson, Amber Hutchison and Johnna Mangun.

LOOKING BACK 60 YEARS AGO From 1958 FPS Files Richard, Margaret and Marie Preston of Rt. 1, Bowerston, were photographed grooming their lambs for showing at the 108th Carroll County fair scheduled for Sept. 24-27. The three young men who filled Carroll County’s Induction Call No. 101 into the Armed Services included Patrick J. Horrigan of Minerva, leader; David L. Shockley of Amsterdam, and Charles W. Mansfield of Leesville. Estimated operating expenses of Carroll County for the next year, ending Dec. 31, 1959, totaled $779,072.55, according to County Auditor C. Jay Owen. Perrysville Methodist Church held its 125th anniversary homecoming wit Rev. Charles Dailey of Toronto as principal speaker. 50 YEARS AGO From 1968 FPS Files Operating under the name of Carroll County Aviation, the new Carroll County Airport personnel included Marvin Bahnman, Phyllis Heischuber and Gene Cooley, all of Akron, and Jerry Blackburn of Rt. 2, Carrollton, line boy. The former “Little Store” which closed at the end of the 1967 school year, was converted into professional administrative offices in Carrollton. Winners in the Carrollton Garden Club’s 13th annual flower show included Mrs. Carl Gotschall, who won the

“sweepstake” award and Mrs. John Ashton, whose arrangement won best of show in the design division. Riding “White Star”, Cindy Guess won the high point trophy in the fun show for horses and ponies sponsored by the Trail Riders, Inc., which attracted 231 entries and held at the Carroll County fairgrounds. 40 YEARS AGO From 1978 FPS Files Local school administrators were looking for a possible land building site for a new high school. A dairy judging team from the Carrollton High School FFA department placed first in a dairy judging contest at the Stark County fair. Team members included Charlotte Cummings, Joanne Starkey and Dick Walters. They were pictured with Gary Bunnell, local FFA advisor. Rev. Will Morris III, pastor of Carrollton Church of Christ (Christian) since 1975, accepted a call as minister of Tallula Christian Church in Tallula, IL. Carrollton cross country runner Steve Gantz ran his best time of the young season by finishing the 2 1/2 –mile course in 13.07. 30 YEARS AGO From 1988 FPS Files Three Carroll County men – Alan Miller, Rock Smith and Dave Clay – took part in the Air/Commerce Day at the Carroll County Airport by each making a skydive attached to

20 YEARS AGO From 1998 FPS Files The Brown Township-Malvern Sewer District was given the go ahead to enter into a contract with an engineering firm to begin preliminary work on the upgrading of the present sewer system. Isaac Winters of Carrollton and Mike Piatt of Malvern, both members of Malvern’s Boy Scout Troop 155, were the Troop’s 72nd and 73rd members to receive the Eagle Scout Award. Dan Long, a 1997 graduate of Carrollton High School, was a member of the 1998 Muskingum College football team. A four-member team from the Carrollton High School FFA chapter took first place honors in the general livestock judging competition at the Columbiana County fair. Team members

10 YEARS AGO From 2008 FPS Files Residents across Carroll County were cleaning up from the aftermath of Hurricane Ike that blew through the county, leaving thousands without power. Rev. Andrew Riggs of New Philadelphia was installed as pastor of Trinity Lutheran Churches in Carrollton and Magnolia. The Moyne Smith Golf Outing winning team members were Targan Peterson, Craig Phillips, Denny Ross and Gene Dunlap. Mrs. Lisa Turner, a 4th grade teacher at Carrollton elementary school, was honored as the Ag Educator of the Year at the September meeting of the Carroll County Farm Bureau.

business as At Your Service, et al, of Shreveport, LA, regarding the decision of the Common Pleas Court granting the defendant’s Chesapeake Exploration LLC, et al, motion to dismiss the appellant’s (Kirk Excavating) second amended complaint. The motion regarded a mechanics lien, which was rejected by the Recorder’s office

because it did not contain an accurate legal description as required by law. Thus, the affidavit did not comply with the mechanics lien statutes - the assignment of error is meritless and the trial court’s decision is affirmed, the three-member Appellate Court concluded. In a separate 7-page opinion written by Appeals Court Judge

Gene Donofrio, the Appellate Court overruled an assignment of error and affirmed the judgment of the Common Pleas Court regarding a motion of Michael Wynn of 3029 Brenner Rd. NE, Carrollton, to enforce a settlement agreement involving the sale of a large portion of land Wynn owned in Carrollton.

Auditor announces second half 2017 tax year settlement Carroll County Auditor Lynn Fairclough has announced the second half of the 2017 tax year settlement showing real estate and public utility receipts of $16,598,085.02 and distributions totaling $16,598.085.02. The distributions included the following:

County general fund, $1,333,033.29; County Home, $530,599.35; Carroll County Board of Developmental Disabilities 1, $292,277.51; Carroll County Board of Developmental Disabilities II, $1,238,911.88; roads, $200,815.18; Senior Citizens, $175,864.29; Townships (14),

$1,559,048.12; Schools (9), $10,600,229.93; Corporations (7), $248,026.24; Real Estate Assessment Fund, $266,622.71; Carroll County Health Department, $88,908.91; Election, 0.00; Emergency Management Agency, $720.90; Delinquent Tax and Assessment Collection Fund-Prosecutor,

$6,265.43; Delinquent Tax and Assessment Collection FundTreasurer, $6,265.42; Delinquent Tax and Assessment Collection Fund-Special Assessment, $953.23; Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District, $49,542.63; Unclaimed Funds, 0.00.

Countryside Estates LTD to Village of Carrollton, 3.965A. Patricia A. and Ronnie L. Clapper to Cody M. Feron, 1.501A, Washington Twp (except coal). John D. and Paula Miller to Village of Carrollton, Lot 15, Atkinson McCook Plat, Carrollton. Cozy Ridge Acres Campground LLC to Kristopher W. and Amy P. Schmid, 49.294A, Harrison Twp., $217,800. Fannie Mae Federal National Mortgage Association to Mary Service, 0.511A and 0.055A, Brown Twp. Robert D. and June M. Wagner to Lawrence B. and Janice G. Vaughn, 0.949A, Lee Twp, $92,500. Beryl D. and Nancy J. Davis to

Beryl D. and Nancy J. Davis, Lots 666-667, Lake Mohawk. Mary Ellen Albright, Dec’d., to John T. Albright, 7A, Rose Twp. Sheriff Dale R. Williams and Terry L. Brooks, et al, to First Christian Church of Malvern, 0.270A and 0.164A, Brown Twp., $35,800. ASA Properties LTD to Bradley J. and Helen J. Lewis, Lot 24, Boharts, Carrollton, $63,500. Michael A. and Cindy G. Bostic to Oak Tree Minerals LLC, 5.416A, (minerals only). Randal and Rosemary L. Steele to Jeffery S. Smith, 0.961A and 0.732A, Harrison Twp., $179,900. MJM Property Group LLC to Joshua A. Peterson, 2.810A, Brown Twp., $129,900.

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Correction: The selling price for the real estate transfer of Lot 19 in Carroll Heights from John R. and Lenora J. Yeager to Carl D. Campbell Jr. and Nancy L. Campbell in last week’s issue was incorrect. The correct selling price should have been $137,000. David C. and Shirley Vernon to Thomas Drew, 7.7359A, Augusta Twp., $85,000. Goldia M. Pratt, dec’d. Estate to Terry S. and John V. Siegwald, Lot 1, German Allotment, Monroe Twp., $15,000. Aaron L., Sarah B., Henry L. and Clara J. Miller to Henry L. and Clara J. Miller, 1.790A and 1.500A, East Twp. Charles D. and Elizabeth L. Patterson to Todd J. Patterson Trustee and Patterson Family Trust, 39.697A and 31.388A.

Monroe Twp. Ray and Eren Morrow to Donald E. Leggett III and Haley J. Leggett, 4.934A, Monroe Twp., $151,000. Shaun E. and Misty M. Burchfield to Taylor N. Burchfield, 4A and 4A, Fox Twp., $63,000. Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. Trustee to Tim and Julie Shocksnider, Lots 24, 26 and 41, Brown Twp. $25,500. Mary C. Henley Dec’d. Estate to Ray and Eren Morrow, Lot 19, Countryside Estates, $251,000. Jeffrey M. Solomon to Rebecca J. Preston, Lot 19, Carrollton, $87,900. Dustin A. and Tammy J. Naylor to James Mayle, 9.298.A, Harrison Twp., $162,000. Arnold R. Twaddle to David A. and Debra Jo Hoopes, 7.995A, Washington Twp.


Viola B. Paxton Viola B. Paxton, 83, of Minerva, died Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018, in the Minerva Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center. She was born July 10, 1935 in Unionport, OH to Clarence and Sara (Eshbaugh) Paxton. She was a member of the Bayard United Methodist Church. She was a graduate of Minerva High School in 1953 and did a work tour to Honduras for Church Missions. She had worked for Isaly’s in Minerva and for the Minerva Public Library.

She is survived by a sister, Mary (Allen) Clapper of Louisville, companion, George Horvath of Malvern, good friend Cathy Carlton of Carrollton, niece, Melody (Rich) Burchett, 4 nephews, Jim (Robin) Jordan of Minerva, Michael (Jennifer) Jordan of Minerva, Greg (Reta) Clapper of Minerva, Jim (Melissa) Clapper of Green, and a great nephew and 6 great nieces. She is preceded in death by her first husband, Gerald Douglass in 1983, sister, Pat Jordan, brother, David Paxton, and niece, Tina Jordan. Funeral services were held Thursday, Sept. 13 at 7 p.m. in the Gotschall-Hutchison Funeral Home in Minerva with Chaplain Larry Karlen officiating. Burial was in Herrington Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery on Friday, Sept. 14. Those wishing to send condolences may sign the online register at

Shirley Moore Tinlin Shirley Moore Tinlin, 89, of Carrollton, passed away Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018 at the Carroll Health Care Center. She was born April 3, 1929, in Urichsville, OH to Herbert Moore and Alma Gertrude (Vought) Lusk. She married Lester Tinlin July 4, 1948 and he passed away Sept. 16, 1996. Shirley was employed by Carrollton Exempted Schools as a crosswalk guard and also worked as the janitor at the elementary school. She was a member of the Church of Christ Disciples and belonged to the Ladies Auxiliary Carroll County Vet’s Club and Ohio Eastern Stars No. #315. Shirley’s

passion was fast dancing. Survivors include a son Jerry (Joyce) Tinlin of Carrollton; daughter Rose McLain of Carrollton; two brothers, Tom Lusk of Carrollton and Edward Lusk of Malvern; two grandchildren, Jeremy McLain and Josh McLain and four great-grandchildren. Preceding her in death were two brothers, John Frazell and Richard Ohler and four sisters, Norma Conrad, Mary Beadle, Agnes Lynch and Alma Horshok. At Shirley’s request, there will be no services. Burial will be in the Harlem Springs Cemetery. Allmon Dugger Cotton is in charge of arrangements.

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Warriors knock off state-ranked Quakers Benner’s pick-six is lone score for Warriors in 7-0 win By JORDAN MILLER

Sports Editor

SALEM - Does the saying ‘defense wins championships’ still hold true? If so, the Carrollton Warriors are in for a fun season. The Warriors’ defense recorded their first shutout of the year, and their third defensive score in two game as they hold off the Salem Quakers, 7-0. “If you get a shutout, you’re probably going to win a lot of football games,”

said Carrollton defensive coordinator Storm Hill. “We flew around the football. They started to stack the line and try to run the power game at us but we made some good adjustments and helped isolate that problem.” At the half, Carrollton and Salem were scoreless in the first Eastern Buckeye Conference (EBC) game. At the start of the second half, Carrollton junior defensive back, Brady Benner picked up an unsportsmanlike

penalty, giving the Quakers 15 yards and an automatic first down. On the following play, Benner had the chance to intercept a Salem pass, but dropped the perfectly placed ball. Third time’s the charm, right? This time, Benner dropped back into coverage and picked off a Salem pass at the Quakers’ 40-yard-line. On his way to the end zone, Benner avoided a slew of defenders as he went the distance, scoring the first-and-only touchdown

of the game, one-minute into the second half. “I was thinking I had to redeem myself,” Benner said. “I screwed up, I screwed up pretty bad. I gave them good field position, so I had to play my heart out from there on.” Benner, who has had a slow start to the season, had no intentions on slowing down after the pick-six in the third quarter. He finished the game with six-and-a-half tackles, three assists,

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Carrollton junior Brady Benner (18) returns an interception 40 yards for a touchdown in Friday night’s win over the Salem Quakers. Benner finished the game with 6.5 tackles and two interceptions.

a pick-six and another big time interception; this time late in the fourth quarter. Down 7-0 with 1:10 remaining in the contest, Salem gave it one last shot. Salem’s Turner Johnson heaved the ball down the field and right into the hands of Benner. “Brady played big, he’s a great athlete, he just needs to have confidence,” said Carrollton Coach Phil Mauro. “He came up with two huge plays.” Benner came down with the interception inside Salem’s 20-yard-line to seal the game for Carrollton. “I just made sure I was the deeper man, just in case,” said Benner. “I didn’t want to give up a touchdown.” The Quakers were ranked 13th in the state in Division IV football entering the game with an undefeated record. “It proves to us as Carrollton to be Warriors,” Benner said on knocking off a state-ranked opponenet. “We can take down anybody as long as we believe. It just feels nice. So are we moving up to 13th?” Not just yet, but the Warriors did moved up to be a top-20 team in the state, holding down a spot at 19. The Carrollton offense who has averaged 190 rushing yards a game, racked up 150 in the win against Salem. For the third straight week, the Warriors have had a different leading rusher for the game. Against Salem, junior Bryce Carte carried the ball nine times for 55 yards. Quarterback Teagin Mohn caught himself scrambling 17 times for 46 yards and Brandon Daniels gained 42 yards on the ground. Carrollton now sports a 3-1 record after four weeks of football. The Warriors will travel to take on the 3-1 Marlington Dukes Friday, Sept. 21.

Wildcats rout Lions 35-0 By JORDAN MILLER

Sports Editor

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Carrollton sophomore Cailyn Bright hits the ball over the net during Carrollton’s win over Canton South Sept. 13.

Lady Warriors improve to 9-2 with two EBC wins By JORDAN MILLER

Sports Editor

CARROLLTON - The Carrollton Warriors edged Canton South and Alliance last week, to improve to 4-1 in the Eastern Buckeye Conference (EBC) and 9-2 overall. The Lady Warriors faced Canton South and defeated them in four sets; 25-13, 22-25, 25-16 and 25-16. Sadie Green led Carrollton with 13 points, eight aces and 31 assists. Mac Tubaugh recorded 11 kills in the win and Allison Davis finished with 13 digs. The Lady Warriors’ top blocker against Canton South was Lucy

Pridemore with two solo blocks and an assist. Carrollton defeated Alliance in a clean sweep Sept. 11; 25-11, 25-14 and 2516. Green showed out in the Lady Warriors’ win with 19 points, an aces and 24 assists. Tubaugh recorded 18 kills and Allison Davis had 13 digs. Carrollton senior Chloe Glass recorded one solo block and an assist during the Warriors threeset win over Alliance. The Lady Warriors are set to host the Louisville Leopards in a nonconference match Sept. 20. Match time is scheduled for 5 p.m.

Conotton Valley drops to 0-4 SOUTHINGTON - The Conotton Valley Rockets dropped to 0-4 on the season with a 35-6 loss against Chalker Friday night. Chalker scored early and often, taking a 20-0 lead into the locker room at halftime and led 27-0 after three quarters. Mike Cottis scored the Rockets only

points of the game in the fourth quarter on a two-yard run to cut Chalker’s lead to 35-6. The two-point try was no good. Cottis finished the game with 47 rushing yards on four carries. Conotton Valley will host Bridgeport Sept. 21. Kick off is scheduled for 7 p.m.

CANTON SOUTH - The Minerva Lions dropped to 0-4 on the year with a blowout (35-0) loss to the Canton South Wildcats Friday night. Canton South was 0-3 entering the game against an 0-3 Minerva team, but picked up their first win of the year in dominating fashion. Minerva sophomore Jimmy Common rushed for nearly 100 yards, finishing with 95 on 20 attempts. Quarterback Alex Kimble completed four passes for seven yards in the Lions’ loss. The Canton South offense finished the game with 215 rushing yards and four-of-five of their touchdowns coming from the ground. Canton South senior Jalen Merriweather rushed for 66 yards on five carries, scoring twice. Jc Philippi also scored twice on six attempts for 21 yards. The Minerva Lions will host the West Branch Warriors Friday, Sept. 21. The Warriors are 3-1, coming off a 34-21 loss to the Alliance Aviators Friday.

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Minerva sophomore running back Jimmy Common is tackled by a Canton South defender in Friday night’s 35-0 loss.

Moser sets Hornets’ single-game rushing record with 414 yards By JORDAN MILLER

Sports Editor

Adam Moser

MALVERN - The Malvern Hornets improve their record to 2-2 on the season by doubling up the Newcomerstown Trojans 42-21. Malvern’s Adam Moser rushed for an outstanding 414 yards on36 rushes, scoring four times. Moser’s 400-plus yard performance is a new school record, crushing the previous record set in 2013 by Cobin Plessinger who ran for 282 yards in a game. Moser scored the first three

touchdowns of the game. His first two scores were both under ten yards out. His third touchdown of the game was a 71-yard-run which he capped off with a two-point conversion of his own to give the Hornets a 22-0 lead. Newcomerstown’s Gavin Little scored from a yard out for the Trojans first points of the game but it didn’t take long for the Hornets to respond. Malvern quarterback Derk Hutchison capped off a drive with a one-yard touchdown run of his own. The Malvern Hornets will travel to Garaway Sept. 21.

Boys golf team splits a pair of EBC matches The Carrollton boys golf team split a pair of matches with Canton South and Alliance last week. The golfers hosted the Alliance Aviators Sept. 12, defeating them 172174.

Drue Moore led Carrollton with a low of 38. Jimmy Birong followed with a 44. Coby Weiland and Griffin Bagozzi each golfed 45s in the Warriors’ win. The Warriors fell to Canton South at Spring Valley, 185-183.

Birong paced the Warriors with a low of 42. Moore golfed a 47, Josh Shepherd recorded a 47 and Weiland followed with a 50. The boys golf team will host Salem Sept. 18 at Carroll Meadows.

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Free Press Standard | SPORTS

CHS cross teams overcome adversity at Boardman Invite

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BOARDMAN - The CHS cross-country teams raced at the Boardman Invitational Sept. 15. The Carrollton varsity boys team placed ninth out of 48 teams, led by Jon Russell. Russell placed 26th with a time of 17:56.8. Evan Days followed with a time of 18:14.8 and Connor Rutledge placed 78th with a 19:02. Jayson Naylor ran a 19:39.4, finishing 113th and Alex Carrothers (114th) was right behind him with a time of 19:40.5. Nate Blake ran a 21:48.9 and Adam Chaney along with Hayden Burgett both ran a time of 22:07. “This was their best team performance of the year and it’s only the start,� said Carrollton coach Jon Naylor. The girls team finished the race 23rd, overcoming some obstacles along the way, including a runner losing her shoe during the race.

“Props to Ella Little who did nearly the entire three mile race with only one shoe,� Naylor said. “She never stopped and never gave up despite the fact that her foot hurt the entire race.� Micah Donley led the Lady Warriors with a 22nd place finish and a time of 21:14.0. Camryn Barker placed 83 with a time of 22:53.8 and Mary Lewis finished 116th, 23:30.9. Little followed with a time of 23:33 and Cindy Lewis ran a 23:59.6. Tesa Bodo finished 225th with a time of 26:17.5 and Aliyah Jenkins ran a 26:57.9, finishing the race in 240th place. Ali Menarcheck recorded a time of 27:04.6 and a finish of 245th. “I was extremely proud of how each girl raced,� Naylor said. The Carrollton cross-country teams are scheduled to run at the Malone Invite at Malone University Sept. 22nd. Race time is set for 9 a.m.

Carrollton’s Katlynn Miller kicks the ball up field in a girls soccer match against Dover Sept. 17. Dover won the match 5-0.

Carrollton hosted the Dover Tornadoes Sept. 17 and fell by a score of 5-0. Dover’s Meredith Lehman and Natalie Baker recorded a pair of saves each for the Tornadoes. Bentley finished with a gamehigh seven saves for the Lady Warriors. Carrollton will host the Sandy Valley Cardinals Monday Sept. 24. Game time is set for 7 p.m.

Lions take down the Eagles 3-2 Minerva’s Coletta Miller (9) and Shea Cress go up for a block during a match against the United Eagles. Minerva picked up their second win of the season with a five-set win over United; 3-2; 25-18, 25-21, 22-25, 23-25 and 15-12.

West Branch, Dover shutout Warriors CARROLLTON The Carrollton girls soccer team dropped a pair of matches last week to Dover and West Branch. West Branch routed Carrollton by a score of 8-0 Sept. 12. Alivia Bentley recorded nine saves for Carrollton. Elizabeth Ostablish lead the West Branch Warriors with three goals.

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Bell-Herron girls golf team (left to right): Ashley Garner, Savannah Gallo, Penelope Menarcheck, Madison Bittaker, Kenna Roudebush and Coach Mark Spears.

Bell-Herron golf team wins invitational CARROLLTON - The BellHerron girls golf team won the Wells/Cogan Invitational at Carroll Meadows Sept. 15. Madison Bittaker and

Savannah Gallo led the Lady Warriors with scores of 110. Penelope Menarcheck record a 111. Ashley Garner and Kenna Roudebush both shot 115s.

Malvern girls cross team places 13th MEADOWBROOK - The Malvern girls cross country team placed 13th out of 15 teams at the Meadowbrook Invitational Sept. 15. Paige Peshina placed ninth out of 126 runners with a time of 22:36.4. Zoe Moser recorded a 58th place finish with a time of 27:24. Mary Prevot finished 81st, running a 29:19. Makayla Bowe placed 106th with a time

of 32:44.1 and Kara Lawrence placed 124th with a time of 38:49.4. “Meadowbrook is a tough course and we could have been better focused,� said Malvern coach Jeremy Maher. “We will get to work this week and hope to improve at Sandy Valley next week.� The Lady Hornets will race in the Sandy Valley Invitational Sept. 22. Race time is 9 a.m.

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Free Press Standard | SCHOOL

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Carrollton students get Chromebooks By NANCY SCHAAR

FPS Correspondent

Matt White, Director of Technology for Carrollton Schools, brought examples of the new electronic devices provided for students this year. Chromebooks were distributed to all freshman and sophomores and are being utilized by students. IPAD’s were obtained for all middle school students that includes sixth, seventh, and eighth grade. White said this device harnesses a neat way for students to learn. White also presented One to One devices that include grades 6 to 10 that are being used by students. White said they are using a great deal of educational content online.

“The 471 IPAD’s distributed to Bell-Herron students are used everyday in classes. These devices include more than 50 apps. They include notabilites, which lets students take notes, photo shop that is used for art, flash cards for study and memorization, time line apps which is used for Social Studies, music and metronomes and apps that allows them to check out books from the library. There is reading, science and other textbooks,” said White. This is the third year at BellHerron for Chromebooks and they are really seeing what the dream was by the use of these electronics for students, according to White. The Chromebooks are more of a laptop which are geared more

to high school students. Students can take advantage of instruction on the internet, do more research, more composing, take advantage of all the internet has to offer. White assured the board that safeguards are in place and students cannot wander into areas of the internet that is not approved. The devices automatically lock down if there has been an attempted breach or malfunction, or if the device is lost or missing, according to White. Students are creating their own quizzes, learning graphic design and students are checking their own grades. White said high school students are excited following such overwhelming success at Bell-Herron.

Director of Programs Ed Robinson updated board members about the Entitlement funds available for The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). IDEA ensures needed services for children with disabilities. IDEA specifically details how schools must provide for early intervention, special educational and related services for eligible students. The information provided needed answers for parents as well as teachers and administrators. In other business the board: - HEARD a presentation from Amy Griffith regarding the national sport of rodeo. Griffith’s daughter has participated in these competitions for years and

Griffith asked that it be considered a sport within the district. Griffith requested being included in the yearbook and would ask for excused absences when her daughter must travel on a school day to a competition. Griffith is the only student in the district competing but there is another teen at Malvern that is involved in the competitions too. - APPROVED a contract with East Central Ohio Educational Service Center for services for 2018-2019. - AUTHORIZED field trips for CHS FFA to Indianapolis in October and the Senior Class to New York City in April. - ACCEPTED resignations from Brandon Boosz as assistant varsity wrestling coach.

- AWARDED supplemental contracts for Kyle Poole, varsity football assistant coach, Richard Mitchell as middle school football coach, Todd English as girls varsity golf head coach, Kenneth Pasuik as head varsity wrestling coach, McKenzie Hagy for CHS annual, Ryan Borland for CHS senior class advisor, Philip Mauro as CHS student council and Jordan Provost as assistant band director. - AGREED to hire as substitute teachers: Shannon Foster and Jody Poole. Also hired as classified employees: Susan Barber, Douglas Miller, Megan Newell, A. Gary Shepherd and Morgan Hepner.

Southern Local talks improvements, fundraiser SALINEVILLE Some improvements are coming to Southern Local Schools amid discussions during the Sept. 12 regular board meeting. Superintendent Tom Cunningham told leaders during the brief session that he was gathering estimates to

construct a restroom facility near the weight room on campus in an effort to improve amenities. “It would be a restroom/shower facility,” he explained, saying that more lighting was also installed at the sports complex for safety purposes. In addition, students can get creative with their parking spots at Southern Local High School through an upcoming fundraiser. SLHS and its student council are offering student drivers an opportunity to personalize their

spaces in the school lot. Spaces can be painted for a $25 fee and proceeds will be split between the student council and studentrelated activities within the district. Cunningham said a painting day is set for Sept. 29 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a rain date eyed for Oct. 8. Parents and friends are also welcome to help the students with their designs. The students will be responsible for their painting materials and must also cover the spaces in black prior to the seniors’ last school day on May 17. Designs must also be submitted and

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approved before painting occurs. Officials said they must follow school codes and may include names, sports jersey numbers, renderings of instruments, hobbies, famous quotations or slogans or unique creations that meet administration’s approval. A rough draft of the design must be submitted to the high school office by Sept. 24 and payment is due among the issuance of parking permits. In other matters, the board: Approved substitutes Kathryn Forbes as secretary; Luann Wright, cafeteria and

custodian; Kim Boston, cafeteria, secretary and custodian; and Chasity Sloan, cafeteria, secretary and teacher’s aide; and Katie HutchinsonStowers, teacher; - Approved an FFA field trip to Indianapolis, IN, for the National FFA Convention on Oct. 24-27; - Approved Anna Sevek as a volunteer high school volleyball coach and Rick Stanley and Anthony Abraham as volunteer football coaches for the 2018-19 school year; - Named school board President John Sawyer as Ohio

School Boards Association delegate and Vice President Jay Cole as alternate; - Named Charlie Puckett as athletic grounds supervisor; - Approved the first reading for policies regarding the Business Advisory Council and College Credit Plus program; - Reimbursed the TEC Club $600 for a camera to be used at school events; - Agreed to hold the SLHS Prom at Firestone Farms in Columbiana on April 26, 2019; - Set the next regular meeting for Oct. 17 at 6:30 p.m. at the district office.

Students open café and marketplace to the public

Shown left to right are Academy students Justin Webber, Faith Locke, Amber Powell and Isaiah Locke.

Christian Academy receives new Chromebooks By NANCY SCHAAR

FPS Correspondent

Students at Carroll County Christian Academy are enjoying the recently purchased Google Chromebooks in 7th through 12th grade. The Chromebooks are laptops that let students use digital resources for many types of information, lessons, and even testing. Students may learn in a variety of ways that best suits their learning abilities through

interactive lessons. Students are able to create and submit documents, take tests and quizzes digitally, and keep the line of communication open between students, parents and teachers through the Chromebooks. This access to technology encourages not only communication but also creativity and critical thinking skills. Chromebooks also allows students to consistently apply those skills and prepare them for college and future careers.

NEW PHILADELPHIA Buckeye Career Center students opened the doors to the Joe Carlisle Café & Marketplace for its second year of business. The marketplace opened to the public Monday, Sept. 10 and will be open Monday-Friday throughout the school year from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The café opens Wednesday, Oct., 10 and will be open weekly Wednesday–Friday from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Hours and days of operation could vary depending on school events and weather. Buckeye Career Center Superintendent Bob Alsept

hopes the expanded days and hours of operation will encourage more area residents, local employees and Kent State Tuscarawas faculty and students to use the recently renovated space. The café, which is known for its pleasantly priced meals, has an expanded salad bar option this year. Culinary Arts/Chef Training instructor Mike Starlin is anxious for his students to learn about the daily restaurant business, which can include serving, cooking, cleaning and overall customer service. The café will be staffed completely by BCC Culinary Arts students.

Meanwhile, the marketplace features a floral counter, meat and deli counter, baked goods and coffee. These areas are staffed by floral, meat cutting, and hospitality students. Buckeye Career Center asks that the public use the separate, side entrance when patronizing the Joe Carlisle Café & Marketplace. The facility was constructed ahead of the 20172018 school year to better serve students hoping to enter the customer service industry. The facility is named in honor of Mr. Joe Carlisle, Buckeye Career Center’s first superintendent.

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Students from various programs serve customers in the Marketplace. The public can buy flower arrangements, meat and deli items and specialty coffee drinks, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018, Malvern Elementary School held a special morning memorial ceremony for students and staff to commemorate the events of Sept. 11, 2001.  Students in grades prekindergarten through fifth grade wore red, white, and blue for the event.  Mrs. Weber, Malvern Elementary Principal, shared that it was important to remember the event as a school

family and encouraged students to share the experience with their families that evening. Fourth grade students Grady Barkley, Jayla Burrows, Ashlyn Bush, Maggie Cockerham, Jaxon Jones, Madalyn Kurtz, and DeLonte Simmons read a poem titled “That Day” by Billy Nardozzi. Fifth grade students Ian Cobb, Charlotte Crater, A’auna Eckard, Elijah Heropulos, Josua Untch, and

Zion Watson read excerpts of a timeline for the events from Sept. 11, 2001. While the flag was lowered to half staff, Malvern Senior & Eagle Scout from Malvern Boy Scout Troop 155, Devin Kandel played the taps. To end the  ceremony, the Hornet Marching Band played the National Anthem and all students and staff shared the Pledge of Allegiance.

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FPS Correspondent

The Carrollton High School graduation class of 1943 held their 75th class reunion at Centreville Village on Saturday. There were 83 in the class, and twelve still remain. Six members of the class were able to attend. Three members of their class died while serving in World War II. Class member John McLoney was pleased to get together with childhood friends and schoolmates. McLoney said school was different back then than it is today. “Most of the teachers were women, about 2/3 of them were women. We didn’t go to school nine months of the year until we were in high school. In grade school we went in September through April,” said McLoney. McLoney continued by saying that most of the families were farm families and planting and spring chores made it necessary for children to be done at the end of April. “I grew up in East Twp. and walked a half mile to get to the school. Once I was in high school, we took the bus,” said

McLoney. Buses were much different than they are today. McLoney said they were much smaller and there was no heat. And there were no seats. A bench ran down the wall of the bus on each side. Two benches ran down the middle of the bus. The only heat was from the exhaust pipe that ran the length of the bus. But students had to be careful where they put their feet. All children wore rubber boots back then, according to McLoney. And if you put those boots too close to the exhaust pipe the boots would melt. Parents were not pleased when that happened. McLoney said you dressed up for occasions back then. The boys wore suits. And you had to be quiet walking down the halls. There was no talking. McLoney said it wasn’t how kids act today. When asked if McLoney had fun at school, he strongly replied, No! “We were there to learn. We weren’t there to have fun. And teachers made sure you learned. It was work,” said McLoney. McLoney spent his life as a carpenter. He said he worked for Bill Riley and helped build what is now known as the

Sherry’s Book Corner Hi kids! Well, are you ready for a walk? I hope so. We have a trail nearby called the Appalachian Trail. There are many different trailheads you can start on. Just look it up on your map. A week ago our library had this book on display in the front hallway. What a remarkable story! What a remarkable woman! Just think! This could be some of you. I’m sure many of you have been told that walking is good for you! It is! A few years back I used to walk 7 miles a day three or four days a week with my dog Mossy. Now I’d rather ride my tenspeed bike! This is a true story about a woman by the name of Emma Rowena Caldwell. She grew up in a crowded log house in the

woods not far away from the Ohio River. She grew up with fourteen brothers and sisters. Emma loved walking. One day she read about a man who had spent months walking the entire length of the Appalachian Trail. The trail is two thousand miles long between Georgia and Maine. If you think you can walk that far my friends, you’d better get prepared! And if you get prepared? You can do it! After you have read this story, maybe this is something you’d like to do. Talk it over with your parents and see what they think. Who knows, your whole family may want to try it some summer. Until next time, get ready for the walk of your life!

Golden Age Retreat. McLoney said he laid the block for the basement and installed 114 doors. Martha Yeagley King remembered there was a sadness to those years due to the boys going off to war. Everyone had someone in their family that was in the service. She said you prayed a lot and worried a lot about your loved ones and friends so far from home. Gertrude (Gertie) Ferguson Miller and her husband Herman graduated from the same class. But they didn’t date in high school. They did arrive at the reunion in style by driving in to Centreville in their 1929 Model A Ford. Gertie said things were different back then mostly because of the war. But she said girls dressed up for special things. She said girls don’t dress up for things now. She said they had respect for school and teachers and the events they attended. Jean Ferrall Ledford said she had fun in school with her friends. “We went to movies, listened to the radio, rode the school buses. No one had cars. It was a different time,” said Ledford. Harry the Canary entertained

THIS WEEK EVENTS AREA 16 Workforce Development Board (WBD16) will hold their quarterly meeting Sept. 21 at 10 a.m. at Puskarich Public Library, 200 E. Market St., Cadiz. For more info contact Rob Guentter at 740454-3724. FLU CLINIC at the Masonic Center, 75 3rd St. NE, Carrollton, Sept. 22 from noon to 3 p.m. Bring insurance card. NIGHT AT THE RACES at Carroll County Fairgrounds Sept. 22. Join us for an evening of pre-recorded horse racing wagering, silent auction, 50/50 and raffles. Steak dinner and 1 drink included. Proceeds used for new sign at the Arts Center, programs and operating expenses. $35 per person. 21 and over only. Tickets available at the Arts Center or by calling 330-627-3739. Tickets also available on CHRISTIAN MUSIC at Scroggsfield Presbyterian Church, 81 Apollo Rd., Carrollton, Sept. 23 from 6-7 p.m. Harold Moore and Tom Carrick, musicians. Everyone welcome. CAREGIVER SUPPORT Group meeting Monday, Sept. 24 from 2:30-4:30 p.m. at the Carroll County Library, 70 2nd St. NE. For more info. contact Pat Lake, RN at (800) 9454250 ext. 4901 or, BOOK DISCUSSION on “The Masterpiece” by Francine Rivers at Carroll County

Chorus Director, brought Carrollton students to sing the Alma Mater for them. The older voices blended with the young and once again, thoughts of high school were on

their minds. Sweet smiles and many thank you’s to the Chamber Chorus, the reunion class enjoyed dessert and reminiscing with their oldest friends.

Carroll County Art Center hosting Art Contest and Show

denim fabric. She used a baby Your friend, bottle for water, and a plastic Sherry shower curtain for a tent.                                                     She did not own a pair of Children’s Book: hiking boots, so she made good Title: When Grandma use of her high-top sneakers. On Gateway Took A Hike her first attempt she got lost. Written by: Michelle Houts But she never gave up. The Illustrated by: Erica Mangus illustrations bring to life Grandma Gatewood and her Publisher: Ohio University hike. She went on many Press different walks but stayed in Price: Not listed Ohio.  Age group: 12-adult Available at the Carroll County District Library In 1955, Emma Gatewood became the first woman to successfully hike the Appalachian Trail alone in one continuous journey. She was sixty-seven-years-old. She sewed her own sack from a yard of

The Carroll County Art Center will sponsor an art contest with the theme, “Going Home, An Appalachian Story”. The center is located at 204 W. Main St., Carrollton. Artists may submit work depicting the theme of An Appalachian Story. The art can be two or three dimensional work that will be judged Best of Show, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. There will be categories for adult and high school students. Cash prizes will be awarded. Items that will be accepted must be ready to hang with wire securely attached to the back. It will be accepted at the art center on Oct. 16, noon to 4 p.m., Oct. 18, 1 to 6 p.m.

and Oct. 19 from noon to 4 p.m. There is a limit of two pieces for each submission. The fee for members will be $15 and for non-members $25, which includes a one year membership to the Art Center. It is up the discretion of the Art Center regarding acceptance of overly large work. Judges will judge the work as to what most represents the theme and skill level. Work will be displayed throughout November. Photography will not be accepted for this show but a future themed show will be planned. A reception will be held with a future date to be announced.


District Library, Wednesday, Sept. 26 at 6:30 p.m. UPCOMING EVENTS 15th ANNUAL Scarecrows on the Square event Sept. 29 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. APPALACHIAN FESTIVAL at the Carroll County Art Center, 204 W. Main St., Carrollton, Sept. 29. Will begin shortly after Scarecrow on the Square event. Features music, food and demonstrations by local artists and artisans. 1ST ANNUAL Craft and Vendor Show at Scio Presbyterian Church, Oct. 6 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Church is behind Napa and Circle K. Sale is in basement. Not handicap accessible. ALL YOU Can Eat Breakfast at Loudon Twp. Community Center (former Kilgore school) Oct. 6 from 7:30 – 10:30 a.m. By donation. Takeout available. Located 10 miles south of Carrollton on Rt. 9. For directions or info. call Donna at (330) 739-4193 or Judy at (330) 323-5610. STEAK FRY and Bake Sale Oct. 6 from 5-8 p.m. at Carrollton VFW Post 3301 on Chase Rd. Music by the Old Geezers from 8-10 p.m. Open to the public. Take-out available. LADIES OF Grace Craft & Vendor Show Oct. 13 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Carrollton Baptist Temple, 1211 Lincoln Ave. For more info. call 330671-7692. MEET THE Candidates Night Monday, Oct. 29 from 79 p.m. at the Carroll County Friendship Center. Everyone is welcome to attend this free and informative meeting. CRAFTERS NEEDED for Dellroy Fire Dept. Craft Show, Nov. 10 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. For more info. Contact Denise at 330-904-9389.

the class members with songs from their time in high school. Members of the class sang along and didn’t seem to have trouble remembering the words. Mrs. Mindy Domer, Chamber

By Sherry Kline Bolitho

EVENTS ON GOING EVENTS STORY TIME at Bowerston Library on Mondays, Sept. 10, 17, 24 and Oct. 1 at 1:30 p.m. We will be reading books and doing some crafts! Ages birth through 5 years old. Come and have fun!

The Class of 1943 enjoyed time spent together and a great dinner at Centreville Village last Saturday. Shown seated are Joyce Norton Effinger, Herman Miller, his wife Gertrude Ferguson Miller, and Jean Ferrall Ledford. Standing are John McLoney and Martha Yeagley King.

THEME: MARINE LIFE ACROSS 1. Capital of Tunisia 6. Gumshoe 9. “____, over here” 13. #18 Across, alt. sp. 14. Busy one 15. Misrepresent 16. “____ One” on a ticket 17. ____ ____ mode 18. Become hardened to 19. *Pinching crustacean 21. *SquarePants 23. *Female #19 Across 24. Frigid shipping hazard 25. Medicinal baths locale 28. Microsoft browser 30. Peter of Peter, Paul and Mary 35. Stay out of its way! 37. Like word of mouth 39. Truth, in the olden days 40. American Society for Clinical Investigation 41. *a.k.a. solvent of life 43. Title for Turkish leader 44. Woodwind mouthpieces 46. Large, prefix 47. Alexander Hamilton vs. Aaron Burr, e.g. 48. Alaskan archipelago 50. Agitate 52. Before, in verse 53. Fire starter, in a pinch 55. Lamb serving 57. *Star of Raffi’s song 60. *Where ocean meets river 64. Not a trick 65. Boozehound 67. It is best not mentioned 68. Eagle’s nest 69. Grass bristle 70. Japan to U.S. in WW2 71. Gwyneth, for short 72. Actress ____ Thompson 73. Official state sport of Wyoming

DOWN 1. *Ocean color, bluish green 2. Ctrl + Z 3. Like after a novocaine shot 4. March marchers 5. Parlor piece 6. Alpine transport 7. *Snake-like fish 8. ____-fire 9. Teller’s partner 10. Terrestrial gastropod 11. Make children 12. Kickoff prop 15. Methane 20. Furnish with a fund 22. Be nosy 24. “Egg ____,” egg substitute 25. *Thresher ____ 26. Promenade in Spain 27. Formed a curve 29. SI unit of mass 31. Beatles’ “Abbey ____” 32. “____ One: A Star Wars Story” 33. Not the same one 34. *Giant mammal 36. Calf-length skirt 38. Toy block 42. Train runners 45. “Yes, Sir!” gesture 49. Party barrel 51. It’s “sealed with a kiss” 54. Like allergy spray 56. *Excrement of sea birds 57. Tea or beer 58. Strange and spooky 59. Been in bed 60. Volcano in Sicily 61. Tucked in 62. Capital of boot-shaped country 63. Walk-the-dog toy 64. “You’re it” game 66. Be obliged



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y t i n u Comm Trinity Lutheran Church Rev. Andrew Riggs 275 N. Lisbon, Carrollton Phone 627-4840 Worship 11 A.M. Sunday School 9:45 A.M. First Christian Church of Malvern Kenny Thomas, Senior Minister Brandon Schwartz Jr./Sr. High Youth Minister Kevin Crater, Children’s Minister 4046 Coral Rd. NW., Malvern Phone 330-863-1303 8:30 a.m. - Heritage Service 10 a.m. - Connection Service 11:30 a.m. - Connection Service St. Martin Lutheran Church 301 West Main St., Malvern, OH Sunday School 9 A.M., followed by coffee Worship 11:00 A.M. Communion 1st & 3rd Sunday 330-863-1375 Bergholz Faith Community Church Pastor Chad Thompson Rt. 524, Bergholz, Ohio Phone 740-768-2835 Worship 10:45 A.M. Dellroy Church of the Nazarene Pastor Damon Spurgeon 7 Liberty St., Dellroy Phone 735-2609 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:30 A.M. Wed. Kids ROCK 5:30-7 p.m. Ladies Bible study 6-7:30 p.m Youth group 6:30-8 p.m. Carrollton Church of God Pastor Jarron Fry 371 Moody Ave., Carrollton Phone 330-627-4406 Sunday Worship 10:30 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 Sherrodsville Calvary U.M. Church Pastor Ken Ogg Worship 9:00 A.M. Sunday School 10:15 A.M. Choir - Call church for current days and times Chestnut Ridge United Methodist Church Pastors Lee Iden 1177 Cinder Rd. NE, Carrollton Phone 330-614-4395 Sunday Worship 11:45 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. (Handicao Accessible) First Unted Methodist Church Rev. Daniel Loomis, Senior Pastor Rev. Kimberly Arbaugh, Associate Pastor 253 S. Lisbon, Carrollton, Ohio 627-7671 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 8:15 A.M., 10:45 A.M. The Bridge (Carroll County Fairgrounds) Sunday Worship 10 a.m. Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church Rev. Steve Smith Church - 89 Canyon Rd. S.W., Carrollton Worship 9:30 9:45 A.M. Worship A.M. Sunday School10:45 11 A.M. Sunday School A.M. Office and Church Phone 330-627-2219 Herrington-Bethel United Methodist Church Pastor Allen Hill 4009 Arbor Rd., Phone 330-627-5291 Worship Service at 9:30 A.M. Kilgore-Harsh Memorial United Methodist Church Rev. Mark Thomas 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 John Carpenter 330-895-2011 (Cell) 740-262-8103 Pleasant Grove 5230 Arrow Rd. N.W., Minerva Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m. Mt. Zion 2004 Bellflower Rd., Minerva P.O. Box 163, Augusta, 44607 Phone 330- 895-2016 Worship 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 A.M. Bible Study every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. (Vertical chair lift available, elevator like)

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Carrollton Tractor Supply partners with Arbor Day Foundation for hurricane reforestation efforts

Perrysville-Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church Rt. 164, Perrysville Sunday School 9:30 A.M., Worship 10:30 Pleasant Hill Scio Rd. S.W. (Rt.332), Carrollton Worship 9:00 A.M. Sunday School 10:00 A.M.

Mt. Zion Church of God 13353 Lincoln St., Minerva Pastor Leamon R. Whitehead 330-868-1016 Sunday morning service 10:00 A.M. Sunday evening service 6:00 P.M. Thursday evening service 7:00 P.M.

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

First Presbyterian Church Rev. Mike Doak 200 N. Lisbon St., Carrollton Phone 627-4330 Church Service 10:30 A.M. Augusta Christian Church 8150 Andora Rd., NE, Augusta, Ohio Phil Fairchild Phone 330-738-3302 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:30 A.M. The Family Worship Center Full Gospel Church Pastor Diana Bowling-Ruoff 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 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. 330-739-5035 Seventh-day Adventist Pastor William Rodriguez 450 12th St., Carrollton Office Phone 330-627-7777 Cell Phone 440-465-4299 SaturdayServices Sabbath School 2 P.M. Church Service 3 P.M. Thursday Bible Study @ 6:30 p.m. Handicap accessible Carroll United Presbyterian Church Rev. Lewis Johnston 265 2nd St. S.W. Carrollton Phone 330-627-4109 Sunday Worship 9:15 A.M. Adult & Children Sunday School 10:30 A.M. Heaven’s Edge Apostolic Church Pastor Bill Grimes 1196 Brenner Rd. NE, Carrollton Phone 330-324-7969 Sunday Service 10 A.M. Thursday Bible Study 7 P.M. Old Path Bible Baptist Pastor David Crisco 295 E. Main St., Carrollton Phone 330-575-4773 Sunday Bible Study 10 A.M. Sunday Service 11 A.M. WednesdayBibleStudy6:30P.M. Resurrection Lutheran Church (LCMS) Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod Pastor Kevin Mcleod 105 S. Reed Ave. Malvern (location formerly the Village Florist) Services: Sunday at 9:30 A.M. Sunday School follows Worship Service 330-205-2359 or 330-863-0178 Amsterdam Community Church of God Pastor Steve Anderson Amsterdam, Ohio Phone 740-543-3927 Sunday Worship 10:30 A.M. & 7 P.M. Children’s Programs Wednesday 10:30 A.M. and 7 P.M. Harrison Hills United Pentecostal Church Pastor Phillip Spellman 87800 Cadiz-Jewett Rd. Phone 740-946-2851 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:45 A.M, Youth Service 5 P.M Tuesday Bible Study 7:30 P.M. St. James Church Rev. Joseph Zamary, Pastor 400 W. Lisbon St., Waynesburg Phone 330-866-9449 Mass Saturday 4:30 P.M. Mass Sunday 9 A.M. Carrollton Church of The Nazarene Rev. Grace Baughman 274 Fifth St., N.W. Carrollton Phone 330-862-8016 Sunday Worship 11:00 A.M. Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Christ Community Church Pastor Scott Welch 20 East Main St., Dellroy, Ohio Phone 330-735-2127 Men’s Group 8 A.M. L4 - Learning for Life 9 A.M. Worship Service 10 A.M. Kids Church 10 A.M. Grace Chapel 22797 Ellsworth Ave., Minerva 330-868-6700 Sunday services meet at Minerva High School (501 Almeda Ave) Visit website for times and details

Carrollton Bible Chapel “Community Fellowship in Jesus Christ” Senior Pastor Dr. Chuck Wilson 365 Steubenville Rd. S.E. Carrollton Phone 627-7376 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Sunday Worship 10:30 A.M. Y outh 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 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 Phone 330-627-1111 Sunday - Bible Study 9:45 A.M. Sunday Worship 10:55 A.M., 6:00 P.M. Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 P.M. Free Bible Study Correspondence Course - P.O. Box 613, Carrollton, OH 44615

CARROLLTON – Tractor Supply Company in Carrollton  is participating in a companywide hurricane recovery initiative that will benefit the Arbor Day Foundation’s hurricane reforestation efforts. For every Husqvarna chainsaw purchase made in Tractor Supply stores or on its website, five trees will be planted within a forest of need in areas that were severely affected by last year’s hurricanes, including Florida, Texas and Puerto Rico. Tractor Supply has committed to donating up to 50,000 trees. The hurricane recovery initiative will run through Oct. 28, 2018. It comes approximately one year after Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria left lasting damage in parts of southeastern U.S., Texas and Puerto Rico. “We are well aware of the devastation and disruption last year’s hurricanes caused to our communities and natural surroundings, and we as a company are committed to ongoing recovery efforts through our Stewardship Program, which is the company’s environmental sustainability initiative,” said Ben Parrish, Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary at Tractor Supply. “It is a privilege for us to support the Arbor Day Foundation’s efforts to help make our communities and our world cleaner and greener.”

The Arbor Day Foundation has committed to supplying five million trees to the reforestation efforts in Florida, Texas and Puerto Rico. The Foundation will work with local forestry experts who can assess the best time to replant trees and help distribute them to affected homeowners. Long-term reforestation benefits for the impacted communities include improved air quality, support of local wildlife habitats, better flood control, and cleaner water, among others. “Replanting trees in areas that experienced such devastation is no small task, but it is certainly a critical one,” said Dan Lambe, president of the Arbor Day Foundation. “The support of Tractor Supply will help us bring beauty and hope back to the communities that so desperately

need both.” Tractor Supply customers can purchase Husqvarna chainsaws now through Oct. 28 to help fund reforestation efforts. Tractor Supply offers six models of Husqvarna chainsaws and accompanying accessories in stores, with a larger selection available online at The trees funded by Tractor Supply’s Husqvarna hurricane recovery initiative will be planted in early 2019. For more information on Tractor Supply’s Stewardship Program, visit      For more information about the Arbor Day Foundation and its hurricane tree recovery efforts, visit

Sandy Valley Baptist Temple Pastor Matt Smith 530 Elson Street, P.O. Box 482 Magnolia, Ohio 44643 Ph: 330866-3254 Sunday School 10 A.M. Sunday Preaching 11 A.M. Sunday Evening 6 P.M. Wednesday Evening 7 P.M.

Frightful fun for the family coming to Jewett, Scio

Carrollton Believers Fellowship “A God Experience for the Whole Family” Pastors Frank & Fran Leghart 3006 Waynesburg Rd., Carrollton Phone 330-627-4848 Mailing address: PO Box 146, Carollton, OH 44615 Services: Sunday 10 A.M. Wednesday 7 P.M. Children’s classes & Nursery at all services BLAZEYouthMinistry-Weds.7P.M.

The Harco House Of Horrors will start Friday October 5th, and run every Friday and Saturday Night in October. Doors creak open at 6:30 p.m. and tours start at 7 p.m. The cost of the Haunted House is $ 10 a person. Any questions about the Haunted House please call Tammy Dray at 740-

Malvern United Methodist Church Pastor Frank Zugaro 121 Wood Street Phone 330-863-0009 Worship: 9:30 A.M. Sunday School: 11 A.M. Youth: Sunday evenings at 6:30 P.M. 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. Damascus Friends Church Malvern Campus Malvern High School, 401 W. Main St. Mark Wells, Campus pastor 330-605-8435 Contemporary Sunday Services: 9:30 Adult Sunday School 9:30 A.M. High-middle school 11 a.m. Children’s Reign Forest, both services VoAsh Lake Chapel Non-Denominational Church 6702 Morningside Dr. SW Carrollton, OH Pastor Ben Boggess Worship: Sunday, 10 a.m. Bible Study: Monday, 6:30 p.m. Catholic Community of Minerva and Malvern Pastor Rev. Fr. Victor Cinson Office 330-868-4498 P.O. Box 275, Minerva, OH 44657 St. Gabriel 400 W High St., Minerva Saturday: 6 p.m. Sunday: 10:30 a.m. Weekday: Tuesday & Thursday 9 a.m. St. Francis Xavier 125 Carrollton St., Malvern Saturday: 4 p.m. Sunday 8:30 a.m. Weekday: Monday & Wednesday 8 a.m. Riley’s United Methodist Church Pastor Patrick Smith Rt. 39, Salineville Worship 9:30 A.M.

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491-7807. The Wildcat Corn Maze will start Friday, Oct. 5, and run every Friday, Saturday and Sunday in October. Corn Maze starts at 6 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, on Sundays it will be 2 p.m. - 6 p.m. The cost of the Corn Maze is $ 8 for adult and $ 5 for child-(12 &under). Any questions about

the Corn Maze please call Russ Arbaugh at 740-491-0751 Addresses: Harco House of Horrors, 117 West Main Street, Jewett, Ohio 43986 Wildcat Corn Maze: 89230 Scott Road (Old Jewett road, then take Scott road by the Jewett Water Lagoon) signs will be posted.

ODNR announces archery season for deer hunters COLUMBUS, OHIO – Hunters will have their first opportunity to pursue whitetailed deer when archery season opens on Saturday, Sept. 29, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). Ohio’s 2018-2019 deer seasons include: Archery: Sept. 29, 2018 - Feb. 3, 2019 Youth gun: Nov. 17-18, 2018 Gun: Nov. 26 - Dec. 2, 2018, and Dec. 15-16, 2018 Muzzleloader: Jan. 5-8, 2019 New for the 2018-2019 season, only one antlerless deer may be taken from Ohio’s public hunting areas per license year. In addition, from Dec. 3, 2018, through Feb. 3, 2019, no antlerless deer may be taken from public hunting areas in Ohio, excluding controlled hunts. A list of public hunting areas can be found at In addition, new carcass rules apply to all carcasses brought into Ohio from a Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD)susceptible species (white-tailed deer, black-tailed deer, mule deer, elk, caribou or moose.) No person is permitted to bring high-risk carcass parts of CWDsusceptible species into Ohio from any state, Mexican state or

Canadian province, regardless of the CWD status of the exporting jurisdiction. Highrisk carcass parts may be transported through Ohio if they are not unloaded within the state. If you hunt outside Ohio, you must bone out the meat before returning to the state with an elk, mule deer, white-tailed deer, black-tailed deer, caribou or moose. Only the following parts may be brought into Ohio: Meat with no part of the spinal column or head attached; Meat that is boned out, securely and completely wrapped either commercially or privately; Cleaned hides with no heads attached; Skull plates that have been cleaned of all meat and brain tissue; Antlers with no meat or tissue attached; Cleaned upper canine teeth; Hides and capes without any part of the head or lymph nodes attached; or Finished taxidermy mounts. As a reminder, portions of Holmes and Tuscarawas counties have been declared a Disease Surveillance Area (DSA) as part of the state’s ongoing efforts to monitor CWD. Specific regulations that apply to hunters who harvest a deer within the DSA can be found at The statewide bag limit is six

deer, and only one deer may be antlered regardless of location or method of take. Deer bag limits are determined by county, and hunters cannot exceed a county bag limit. Deer hunting hours are 30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes past sunset for all deer seasons. Additional details and requirements for deer hunting are contained in the 2018-2019 Ohio Hunting and Trapping Regulations booklet, available where licenses are sold or at The ODNR Division of Wildlife remains committed to properly managing Ohio’s deer populations through a combination of regulatory and programmatic changes. The goal of Ohio’s Deer Management Program is to provide a deer population which maximizes recreational opportunities, while minimizing conflicts with landowners and motorists. ODNR ensures a balance between wise use and protection of our natural resources for the benefit of all. Visit the ODNR website at For more information, contact: John Windau, ODNR Division of Wildlife 614-2656325, or Matt Eiselstein, ODNR Office of Communications 614-2656860.

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Fri., 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (38cweb) ___________________ Line Operators needed at plastic manufacturing plant. Full benefits, tiered pay scale, must pass drug test. Apply at 750 Garfield Ave., Carrollton, OH. (08tfcweb) ___________________ Chizzle Remodeling is seeking FT or PT employee for 30-40 hrs. per week. Pay is $10/hr. No experience necessary, we will train you. Must have driver’s license & reliable transportation. Work in

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For Sale Spacious Custom-Built Brick Ranch Home Countryside Estates Carrollton Schools 1087 Countryside Dr. NW, Carrollton, OH 44615 $299,900 Call or text Geno Kiko, 330-495-0131 for more details.

For Rent 3 0 9 - 1 5 0 7 . www.BaseCampLeasing .com (29ncb) ___________________ 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 ___________________ 2 BR, 2 BA manufactured home in country setting w/storage building & nice lawn, available Oct. 1st. Call 330-627-5573 or 330-806-0145. (38,39cweb)

Services ___________________ 3 BR mobile home, 1 mile out of Carrollton, available Oct. 1st. Call 330-627-0724. (38,39cweb) ___________________


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Quality Antiques – Woodworking Tools – Glass Top Hats – Furniture – Swiss Stella Music Box Antique Furniture – Beaded Purses – Drone – Fitness Equipment – Building Materials – Reclaimed Lumber & Much More! Absolute auction, all sells to the highest bidders on location: 1268 Magnolia Rd., Dellroy, OH 44620 Directions: From Magnolia take Magnolia Rd. (542) approx. 8 miles south to address. Or from Dellroy take 542 north along Atwood Lake to address. Watch for KIKO signs. Wednesday – September 26, 2018 – 3:00 PM Visit for more info & pics! AUCTIONEER/REALTOR: Eric Bevington, 330-417-5471, REALTOR/APPRENTICE AUCTIONEER: Ashely Ritchey, 330-495-3474,

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HUGE Multi-Family Garage Sale at 1495 Antigua Rd. SW, Sept. 21, 9-6 and Sept. 22, 94, rain or shine. Almost everything will be halfpriced. (38cweb)

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Carroll County Commissioners

Accepting Applications for the position of Part-Time Custodial Technician I A full job description can be obtained at or by emailing Resumé and application are due by 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 27, 2018 to the Carroll County Commissioners 119 S. Lisbon Street, Suite 201 Carrollton, OH 44615   Carroll County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Provider Published in the Free Press Standard on September 13 and 20, 2018

Open House! Sunday Sept. 23. 12:PM-2:PM

Eckley Auction

COLLECTOR FIREARMS – GUNS – MILITARY – CIVIL WAR 106 Kensington Rd NE Carrollton, OH 44615 Selling the outstanding, lifetime collection of the late William “Bill” Eckley “without reserve” at the Carroll County Fairgrounds on St Rt 9 at the Northern edge of Carrollton. From Carrollton Public Square, go North on St Rt 9 – 1 mile. Newell signs posted.

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Nicely Updated 2 or 3 Bedroom 2 Story in Salineville! Large garage and lot! 117 W Main St Salineville, OH List Price : $72,900


**Two New Job Openings** CARROLL COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING Senior Citizens “Friendship Center” MALVERN NUTRITION SITE WORKER 8:30 AM -12 PM/Mon-Fri. Requirements- Good customer service Ability to serve food and clean Attention to detail with paperwork SUB- MEALS ON WHEEELS DRIVER 8:30 AM-1PM [as needed] Good driving record Ability to work well with seniors PLEASE COMPLETE APPLICATION AT; THE FRIENDSHIP CENTER 100 KENSINGTON RD. CARROLLTON No later than 9/28/2018

Roof Auction Handyman Cabin Home – 3.94 AC, All Wooded Union Twp. – Carroll Co., Ohio – Carrollton Schools Sells on location to settle the estate: 3224 Alamo Rd., Carrollton, OH 44615 Wednesday – October 10, 2018 – 5:30 PM Auction By Order Of: Jan Baker Administrator of the Donald R. Baker Estate, Carroll Co. Probate Case #20161111. Auctioneers/Realtors: George Kiko, 330-418-1095 and Eugene R. Kiko, 330-495-0131 KIKO Auctioneers (330) 455-9357

SECLUDED LOG HOME & BLDGS on 17.5 WOODED ACRES TRACTORS – TOOLS – ANTIQUES - PRIMITIVES – BOAT – GAS & OIL ROYALTIES - LOUDON TWP – CARROLL CO 7015 Quince Rd SE Amsterdam, OH 43903 Owners are downsizing & selling the home they built. All sells onsite. From Carrollton, go South on St Rt 9 approx 13 miles (go past Kilgore) to Left on Calvary Rd and then Left on Quince Rd. Newell signs posted.


NOTICE To: All Interested Applicants From: Brian J. Wise, P.E., P.S. Carroll County Engineer Subject: Carroll County Engineer - Job Position Opening Applications for the position of Highway Worker IV may be obtained from the Carroll County Engineer's Office located at 200 Kensington Road N.E., Carrollton, Ohio from September 19, 2018 through October 5, 2018 from 7:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Completed applications must be returned by no later than, October 5, 2018 at 3:30 P.M.

Real Estate Auction BRICK RANCH HOME ON 85’x150’ LOT 801 Thomas Ave NW Carrollton, OH 44615 From St Rt 43, turn East on 8th St (at McDonalds). Newell signs posted. TUESDAY SEPT 25 6:PM

A valid State of Ohio Commercial Driver’s License is a condition of employment for this position. A Class A (with combination and air brake endorsements) is preferred. A Class B (with air brake endorsement) is the minimum required for application however candidates with a Class B must obtain a Class A within 6 month of employment. Tanker and Haz-Mat endorsements are desirable. Applicants should have a minimum of 3 years verified experience in either: • Diagnosis and skilled repair of diesel and gasoline engines, electrical, mechanical and hydraulic systems. Proficiency with welding equipment is desirable. • Steel and concrete bridge construction, maintenance, and repair or heavy/highway construction with proficient skills in carpentry, concrete work and erecting structural steel desirable.

Offering a 1959 – 3 bedroom, full bath brick ranch home of 1200 sq ft. Home has birch eat-in kitchen, living room, 1 car attached garage, enclosed patio, and full basement with gas furnace & central AC. Home is ready for updates, but has a VERY nice location! Level corner lot served by village water & sewer. Current taxes are $1333.08 per year. Call Bill Newell to view! 330-323-4832 Tax Parcel # 100000510000 TERMS: Non-refundable $5,000 down auction day in cash or check. Balance due at 30 day closing. Any desired inspections to be made prior to bidding. Sells subject to confirmation. No Buyers Premium!! Auction Ordered By: Owners Auction Conducted By: Newell Realty & Auctions LLC William Newell, CAI; Bonnie Newell Chiurco, Broker 330-627-2350

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: A commitment to equal employment opportunities as prescribed by the laws and Constitutions of the State of Ohio and the Federal Government is reaffirmed by the Carroll County Highway Department Procedure and Policy Manual. Therefore, all personnel decisions and/or practices, including but not limited to hirings, suspensions, terminations, layoffs, demotions, transfers, and evaluations shall be made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, handicap, age, or other lawful bias. All applicants for employment and all employees of the Carroll County Engineer shall be treated fairly and equitably based upon their respective merit, fitness, and bona fide occupational qualifications. ______________________________ Brian J. Wise, P.E., P.S. Carroll County Engineer ______________________________ Date: Published in The Free Press Standard September 19, 2018 and September 26, 2018 Published in The Carroll County Messenger September 19, 2018 and September 26, 2018

REAL ESTATE SELLS AT 11:AM! Custom built 1994 rustic log/timber frame home, of over 2000 sq ft, featuring log & chinking construction, 2 lofts, brick fireplaces, wide plank flooring, metal roof, decks, etc. The walkout basement level features built in bar & back bar, wood stove, full bath, laundry, oil furnace, bedroom area, & fire-proof gun room. The main level has open living room w/cathedral ceilings, rustic cherry kitchen w/ lots of built in cupboards, dining room, full walk-through bath w/cast iron tub, master bedroom, & 2 lofts. There’s also a detached 2 car garage, & 24’x40’ steel pole barn on the property. The home is served by spring water & septic. The lot is rolling, entirely wooded, & has trails. A creek running across the property features a 6’ waterfall. There’s plenty of timber and firewood present and abundant wildlife as well. The access to the home is fairly level, easy, and provides a private setting. If you desire peace, quiet and tranquility, check out this property! Entire property is in gas & oil units and producing royalties. Gas & oil will be offered separately after the real estate. Call Bill Newell for details or to view the property. Current taxes are $1721.70 per year. RE TERMS: $15,000 down auction day in cash or check. Balance due at closing. Any desired inspections must be made prior to bidding. Sells on confirmation. No Buyers Premium! GAS & OIL TERMS: $5,000 down on auction day. Balance due at closing. Sells on confirmation. No Buyers Premium! NOTE: Gary & Sonja have local ties to R&N China and Widders Hardware. Gary also built log homes for years. Many interesting things here! - Bill Auction Ordered By: Gary & Sonja Roof Auction Conducted By: Newell Realty & Auctions LLC William Newell, CAI; Robert Hall & Adam Weyandt, Auctioneers 330-627-2350

Winchester 1873 32-20, 1876 45-60, 71 348, 1885 Falling Block 30-40, 1910 401, 1897 12G, 1895 405WIN, 1886 40-82, 1894 38-55, 70 338MAG, Winchester Lee 1895 st pull 6MM; Colt Lightning 1885 44WCF, 1908 25ACP,73 S.A. 22, Marine Corps Mod 1905 USMC38 Colt, 1903 auto 32 ACP; Colt Walker Heritage 1847 44; Colt replicas incl 1st Dragoon1848 44, 2nd Mod Dragoon 44, 1862 Pocket Police 36, 1862 Pocket Navy 36, 1851 Pocket Navy 36, 1860 Army 44, Colt Italian P1873 45 Colt,; Marlin 336-A 32SP, 1894 25-20, 1893 32-40; Henry replica 44-40, Browning A-5 12G; Remington 81 35, 8 35REM, 14 30REM, 1889 12G, 700ADL 22-250, 1858 original 44, Rolling Block 1905 #5 RB 7.62x57, Rolling Block Argentine 1879 EN RB 43 SPAN; Savage 99EG 250-3000, 23D 22 HORNET, Savage Fox Double B 410G; Springfield 1866 50-70, 1884 45-70, 1884-1888 45-70, KRAG military 1898 34-40, KRAG SPORT 1898 30-40; M1 Garand. Spencer Carbine Original 1865 56-50; Mossberg 46-M-B 22; British Enfield No1 Mark III 303B; Snidep Enfield British 1870 577; Russian Mosin-Nagant 1891 7.62x54; Parker Double G-grade 12G; Ruger Blackhawk flat top 44 mag; Hepplestone double rifle 450x3-1/3” BP; Whitworth Safari 458Win; replica Shiloh Sharps 1874 50-140; Navy Arms Harpers Ferry 1803 replica 58; JP Clabrough 12ga muzzleloader shotgun; French military 69 cal; 44 cal kit pistol; Wm Eckley built Hawkins Percussion 54 & Lancaster Co PA Flintlock muzzleloader 40; Mauser Military 71 11MM, German Mauser 98K 8x57MM; BB guns: Haenel 28-R .177; Benjamin Franklin BB gun. ALSO SELLING: RCBS bench loaders; many RCBS dies; MEC bench loaders; lead pot; bullet molds; brass & supplies; military helmets, belts, canteens, ammo belts, magazines, etc; powder horns & flasks; 1950 Camp Breckinridge photo; Buck knives set; field officers sword; African Game Trails by T. Roosevelt (1910): History of the Eightieth Ohio by Fryer (1904); bayonets, hunting pouches; sleigh bells string; toy steam engine; 2 mule deer mounts; 1909 C Russell print; Ohio Roster of Civil War Soldiers; Hudson Bay blanket; Simmons 1208 spotting scope; Chronograph; gun books; ex McClellan saddle, bridle, & US Saddle bags; gun stocks & blanks; etc TERMS: MC, Visa, debit, cash or check w/4% buyer’s premium on all sales. 4% BP waived for cash or check. ID required. Lunch & porta jon on site. All FFL laws apply. LOCAL MOTELS: Days Inn 330-627-9314; Microtel 330-6271133, Candlewood Suites 330-627-1200 Auction Ordered By: Roberta Eckley Auction Conducted By: Newell Realty & Auctions LLC William Newell, CAI; Robert Hall & Adam Weyandt, Auctioneers 330-627-2350


Thursday, September 20, 2018

Free Press Standard

LEGALS FOR SALE BY BID The Board of Lee Township Trustees, Carroll County, will be accepting bids for a 1989 International model #4900 truck with approximately 50,000 miles, DT 466 engine, 5-speed transmission, 2-speed rear end, air brakes, single axle dump with spreader box. To view the truck, contact Dale Tinlin at 330575-4225. Bids will be opened at the regular meeting on October 16, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at Lee Township Community Hall, 3160 Apollo Rd. SE, Carrollton, Ohio. Bids may also be mailed to Lee Township, 2294 Steubenville Rd. SE, Carrollton, Ohio 44615. There is a $6,000.00 minimum bid. Lee Township Trustees reserve the right to refuse any and all bids. Nancy Knox Fiscal Officer Lee Township

TREASURER Plaintiff -vsSTANLEY RAY HALL, ET AL Defendant In pursuance of an ALIAS Order of Sale in the above entitled Action, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office, in Carrollton, in the above named County, on TUESDAY, the 2ND day of OCTOBER, 2018, at 10:00 o’clock A.M. If the property does not receive a sufficient bid, said property will be offered for sale again on TUESDAY, the 9TH day of OCTOBER, 2018 at 10:00 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: CASHMERE RD., SCIO, OH 43988

Published in The Free Press Standard September 20 and 27, 2018.

28-0001257.000, 0001256.001 SHERIFF’S SALE of REAL ESTATE The State of Ohio, Carroll County CASE #18CVE29020-2 JEFFREY YEAGER,


*Said Premises Appraised at $9,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount at the first sale date. If the property does not sell at first sale date and is offered at the second sale date, the sale will start with a "No set minimum

bid". The purchaser shall be responsible for cost, allowance, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover. Neither the Sheriff's Office nor any affiliates have access to the inside of said property, including appraisal for bank loans, and is not liable for the condition of the property upon confirmation of the sale. TERMS OF SALE: Deposit due on the day of the sale, personal, certified or cashier's check accepted. Balance due upon confirmation of the sale by the court. If the appraised value of the property is: Less than or equal to $10,000 = Deposit of $2,000 More than $10,000 but less than or equal to $200,000 = Deposit of $5,000 More than $200,000 = Deposit of $10,000 Buyer beware that he/she may be responsible for any and all outstanding costs not covered by sale proceeds.

The State of Ohio, Carroll County CASE #18CVE29026 KEYBANK, N.A. Plaintiff -vsMAZEN ALHADID, ET AL Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled Action, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office, in Carrollton, in the above named County, on TUESDAY, the 2ND day of OCTOBER, 2018, at 10:00 o’clock A.M. If the property does not receive a sufficient bid, said property will be offered for sale again on TUESDAY, the 9TH day of OCTOBER, 2018 at 10:00 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: 5048 MARK RD. NE, MECHANICSTOWN, OH 44651


11-0000522.000, 0000521.001

Published in The Free Press Standard September 6, 13 and 20, 2018.

*Said Premises Appraised at $33,000.00 and cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of that amount at the first sale date. If the property does not sell at first sale date and is offered at the second sale date, the sale will




Pursuant to Section 5721.03 Revised Code of Ohio, notice is hereby given of the forthcoming publication on October 11th, 2018 and October 18th, 2018 of the delinquent land list of Carroll County, Ohio. The list will contain the name of the CUREENT OWNER*, description and ANY UNPAID TAX (*formerly 2 consecutive semi-annual installments). Delinquent taxes may be paid on or before Tuesday, September 25th, 2018 to the County Treasurer between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. A written undertaking with the County Treasurer to pay unpaid taxes may be entered into 120 hours prior to publication (4:00 p.m. Thursday October 4th, 2018). Beginning December 1st, 2018 and INTEREST CHARGE will begin accruing on all unpaid accounts not having a written undertaking.

Pursuant to the Ohio Revised Code, notice is hereby given of the forthcoming publication on October 11th, 2018 and October 18th, 2018 of the delinquent manufactured home list of Carroll County, Ohio. The list will contain the name as listed on the current title of ownership and or subsequent owner, address and ANY UNPAID TAXES. Delinquent taxes may be paid on or before Tuesday, September 25th, 2018 to the County Treasurer between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Interest will be charged December 1st, 2018 on all unpaid taxes. Unpaid taxes are now subject to tax foreclosure as per Ohio Revised Code 323.25 to 323.28.

LYNN FAIRCLOUGH CARROLL COUNTY AUDITOR Published in the FREE PRESS STANDARD September 20th and September 27th, 2018.

LYNN FAIRCLOUGH CARROLL COUNTY AUDITOR Published in the FREE PRESS STANDARD September 20th and September 27th, 2018.


start with a "No set minimum bid". The purchaser shall be responsible for cost, allowance, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover. Neither the Sheriff's Office nor any affiliates have access to the inside of said property, including appraisal for bank loans, and is not liable for the condition of the property upon confirmation of the sale. TERMS OF SALE: Deposit due on the day of the sale, personal, certified or cashier's check accepted. Balance due upon confirmation of the sale by the court. If the appraised value of the property is: Less than or equal to $10,000 = Deposit of $2,000 More than $10,000 but less than or equal to $200,000 = Deposit of $5,000 More than $200,000 = Deposit of $10,000 Buyer beware that he/she may be responsible for any and all outstanding costs not covered by sale proceeds. DALE R. WILLIAMS, SHERIFF CARROLL COUNTY, OHIO WELTMAN WEINBERG & REIS CO LPA 800-910-4249 Attorney Published in The Free Press Standard September 6, 13 and 20, 2018. OEPA PUBLIC NOTICE The following matters are the subject of this public notice by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. The complete public notice, including any additional instructions for submitting comments, requesting information, a public hearing, or filing an appeal may be obtained at: .aspx or Hearing Clerk, Ohio EPA, 50 W. Town St. P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, Ohio 43216. Ph: 614-644-3037 email: Approval of Application for Water Supply Revolving Loan Account Financial Assistance Malvern 116 W Main St, PO Box 384, Malvern, OH 44644

Facility Description: DW Financial Assistance ID #: FS390562-0004 Date of Action: 09/07/2018 Project will develop an Asset Management Plan for the Village of Malvern. Published in The Free Press Standard September 20, 2018. LEGAL NOTICE OHIO SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION COMMISSION ELECTION LEGAL NOTICE The Ohio Soil and Water Conservation Commission will cause an election of Supervisors of the Carroll Soil and Water Conservation District to be held in accordance with Chapter 940 of the Ohio Revised Code. Residents or landowners, firms, and corporations that own land or occupy land in the Carroll Soil and Water Conservation District and are 18 years of age or older may vote for Supervisor. A nonresident landowner, firm or corporation must provide an affidavit* of eligibility, which includes designation of a voting representative, prior to casting a ballot. There are three ways an eligible voter can cast a ballot: (1) At the SWCD annual meeting/election event, which will take place on October 4, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. at the Carroll County Friendship Center, 106 Kensington Road, Carrollton, OH 44615; (2) At the SWCD office until 4:30 a.m. on 10/03/2018; (3) Vote absentee by requesting the proper absentee request forms from the SWCD office at the following address: Carroll SWCD 613 High Street Carrollton, OH 44615 TWO (2) Supervisors will be elected to a three year term. Nominees are: 1. Doug Eshler 2. Robert (Brad) Luckey 3. Samantha Martin Published in The Free Press Standard September 20, 2018.

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