Atwood Welcome Center opening marks beginning of $120 million in improvements at MWCD facilities

By Carol McIntire Editor   John Hoopingarner, executive director of the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District, proclaimed “the renaissance has begun,” just prior to a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Atwood Welcome Center More »

Donley wins three girls titles

By Jordan Miller Sports Editor   Micah Donley and the Carrollton Lady Warriors track team left their mark at the Division II District track meet May 19 and 21 at West Holmes. More »

A love of glass…Sheena Lewton creates treasures from items discarded by others

By Leigh Ann Rutledge Accent Editor   Sheena Lewton is an artist but she doesn’t use a paint brush, pencil or clay. She uses a soldering gun, grinder and a power drill. More »

184 graduates to receive diplomas at CHS graduation

Carrollton High School’s 134th annual commencement exercises for the 184 members of the senior class will be held Friday, May 27, at 7 p.m. in the Bell-Herron Middle School gymnasium. This year’s More »

Library’s digital system offers rentals on personal devices; no late fees

Carroll County District Library has expanded it digital services with the introduction of OverDrive Media Station located near the front desk. OverDrive Media Station is an in-library tool that allows visitors to More »

 

Atwood Welcome Center opening marks beginning of $120 million in improvements at MWCD facilities

By Carol McIntire

Editor

 

John Hoopingarner, executive director of the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District, proclaimed “the renaissance has begun,” just prior to a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Atwood Welcome Center at Atwood Lake Park.

Donley wins three girls titles

By Jordan Miller

Sports Editor

 

Micah Donley and the Carrollton Lady Warriors track team left their mark at the Division II District track meet May 19 and 21 at West Holmes.

Graduation ceremonies planned at area high schools this weekend

Four area high schools have graduation ceremonies planned for this weekend.

Memorial Day observances planned in area communities

Memorial Day observances in Carrollton begin with a parade May 30 at 10 a.m., followed by a ceremony at Westview Cemetery.

The parade forms on Third St. NE in front of Carrollton High School. The parade steps off at 10 a.m., traveling south on N. Lisbon St., on the west side of Public Square and south on S. Lisbon St. where it will disburse.

A love of glass…Sheena Lewton creates treasures from items discarded by others

By Leigh Ann Rutledge

Accent Editor

 

Sheena Lewton is an artist but she doesn’t use a paint brush, pencil or clay.

She uses a soldering gun, grinder and a power drill. Lewton, of Jewett, creates pieces using stained glass, fused glass and sea glass. Using items no one else wants, she “upcycles” glass serving dishes, plates, bowls, cups and other glass items to create pieces of art.

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