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Court hearings suspended when women overdose on drugs

Hearings in two separate courtrooms were abruptly canceled Thursday when two women, who appeared to have overdosed required treatment. Allison N. Bowling, 20, of 7051 Canal Lane, Malvern, was transported to Aultman More »

Carrollton Board of Education selects Phil Mauro as new head football coach

By Jordan Miller Sports Editor   CARROLLTON – The search for a new head football coach for the Carrollton Warriors has come to an end. The Carrollton Board of Education has elected More »

Warriors complete NBC three-peat

By Jordan Miller Sports Editor   CARROLLTON – Twenty-six years. The Carrollton Warriors went 26 years without a Northeastern Buckeye Conference (NBC) championship; now, they’ve won three consecutive titles. More »

Southern Local students have designs set on mural project

SALINEVILLE – Southern Local High School students are thinking outside the box when it comes to completing their senior projects, and one plan has designs on decorating the building. More »

 

Longtime Minerva BOE member recognized

A longtime member of Minerva Local’s Board of Education was honored, along with spelling bee winners at the Board’s Feb. 13 meeting.

New officers take helm of Animal Protection League

The Carroll County Animal Protection League (CCAPL) reorganized during the Feb. 2 meeting at the Senior Friendship Center in Carroll County. This year’s goal is to continue construction on the no-kill animal shelter located on SR 43 between Carrollton and Malvern. The group is amending and revising mechanical plans. Once they are corrected, they will be submitted to state officials for approval and permits.  Donations are greatly appreciated and can be sent to: CCAPL, PO Box 353, Carrollton, OH 44615. Shown above are new officers and board members for 2017.  They include (front from left): Joyce Angerer, secretary; Patti Willoughby, treasurer; Eileen Rohrer, president; and Lorna Whaley, vice president. Standing behind are board members David Schnebelen, Lynne Prince and Harriette Bolen.

The Carroll County Animal Protection League (CCAPL) reorganized during the Feb. 2 meeting at the Senior Friendship Center in Carroll County.
This year’s goal is to continue construction on the no-kill animal shelter located on SR 43 between Carrollton and Malvern. The group is amending and revising mechanical plans. Once they are corrected, they will be submitted to state officials for approval and permits.
Donations are greatly appreciated and can be sent to: CCAPL, PO Box 353, Carrollton, OH 44615.
Shown above are new officers and board members for 2017.
They include (front from left): Joyce Angerer, secretary; Patti Willoughby, treasurer; Eileen Rohrer, president; and Lorna Whaley, vice president.
Standing behind are board members David Schnebelen, Lynne Prince and Harriette Bolen. (FPS/Leigh Ann Rutledge)

Reception for BZTAT, an animal artist, is Feb. 24 Center

A reception for the artist BZTAT (Bee-Zee-Tat) will be held Feb. 24 from 6-8 p.m. in the Carroll County Arts Center in Carrollton.

‘Tribe of Dan’ is focus of Leatherneck meeting at McCook House Museum

By Leigh Ann Rutledge

Accent Editor

 

Members of the Marine Corps League Chapter Ohio Leathernecks learned about past military personnel during their Feb. 2 meeting.

Atwood owner, business associates share plans for alcohol, drug rehabilitation center

By Nancy Schaar

FPS Correspondent

 

DELLROY – William Burns, the new owner of Atwood Resort, and two business associates who will be establishing a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center on the property, outlined their plans for the facility for area residents during a Monroe Township Trustee meeting Feb. 15.

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