The Malvern Historical Society was founded in 1994 by me, Frances Thomas Montella, and Jason L. Lombardi. Linda Byrd as treasurer and Sonia Strock as secretary have kept the society open for quite a few years and have done an excellent job.
MINERVA Friday, July 15Minerva Rotary Club, 7:30 a.m., Classic '57 Restaurant.Monday, July 18Minerva TOPS 963, 7 p.m., First Presbyterian Church.Paris Township Trustees Meeting, 7 p.m., Township Hall.Minerva Athletic Booster Club, 7:30 p.m., MHS Library.
2006Minerva High School seniors Andrew Reed and Holly Murphy were presented with vocal music awards at the Spring Choir Concert. Reed received the Denny Price Award, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, for a male vocal music student who demonstrates excellence.
On the day after Christmas 1991, the Cold War against communism ended when the Soviet Union dissolved and its military disintegrated. For 50 years the U.S. Armed Forces had faced the Soviet threat usually through proxy enemies such as North Korea and the North Vietnamese.
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I don't know what the "woman card" is. I know what a Giant Eagle card is. I know how to use my Drug Mart card. And I love my Direct Express Social Security card.But I've never applied for nor been approached to get a woman's card.
MINERVA Thursday, July 7Esther Chapter OES, 7:30 p.m., Carrollton.Friday, July 8Minerva Rotary Club, 7:30 a.m., Classic '57 Restaurant.Saturday, July 9Ladies Community Prayer Breakfast, 8 a.m., Classic '57 Restaurant.
2006Accessing the Internet via the high-speed wireless network at Minerva Public Library were Debbie Hosterman and Doug Hosterman, owners of Grinder's; Casey Logsdon, Grinder's information technology manager; and Deb Belew, library assistant.
MINERVA Friday, July 1Minerva Rotary Club, 7:30 a.m., Classic '57 Restaurant. Tuesday, July 5Minerva Knitting Club, 6:30 p.m., Minerva Library.West Township Trustees Meeting, 7:30 p.m., West Township Administration Building.Wednesday, July 6Don V.
2006Students raised money during a mini-relay. West Elementary students learned the many names of cancer as they walked by a display of their teachers' families and friends who have died from the disease. The students raised approximately $3,000 during their mini-relay.
Part 2 of two-part series: Women Marines, 18,000 strong, became a valued branch of the United States Marine Coprs on Feb. 13, 1943. This was the second war in which American women had served with the Marines; they had made an excellent record in the First World War.
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The American Legion Don V. Cross Post 357 would like to express our gratitude to local businesses for their generous support enabling us to send two young ladies and two young men to Buckeye Girl's State and Buckeye Boy's State.
2006 Residents of the Robertsville area said goodbye to their school recently as the former Robertsville School was demolished to make way for the new Robertsville Fire Station. Once its own school district, Robertsville would later join Minerva Local Schools and become an elementary school.
Part 1 of a two-part series: During World War II, American womanhood rallied to the defense of our country. For the first time in history women were allowed to volunteer for service.
Now that the warmer weather is here, a few tips to keep your dog (s) safe: Warm weather and heated vehicles: It is a known fact that the temperature inside a vehicle can reach 100 degrees or more even it the temperature outside is 75 degrees or above if the vehicle is parked in the sun.
2006The Minerva Cheese factory welcomed a 14-foot-tall, 19.5-foot-long, six-foot-wide cow to its family Thursday, May 25. The fiberglass cow traveled to Minerva from Radloff's Cheese in Hustiford, Wis.
The second annual MinervaStrong Memorial 5K race and 1-mile walk proved once again how small towns open their hearts with love, support and a show of strength as more than 200 people participated in the event.The committee would like to thank the following for their support and generosity.
As we grieve the mass shooting in Orlando early Sunday morning where so many died and were injured, we honor them and all the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, queer youth and adults who are our children, our brothers, our sisters, our parents, our friends and our colleagues.
As Minerva's new Chief of Police, I would like to address some accusations that were made in a recent editorial by Rebecca Grim of Florida. The leaders of the village, myself, the mayor, city council and the village administrator were accused of disrespecting retired Chief Robert First.
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The Minerva Local Education Association's Teacher Appreciation Committee would like to thank the local businesses that donated so generously to our end-of-the-year teacher banquet: Nevaeh, Off the Beaten Path, Grinders and Such, Pro Shine Car Wash, Studio C Salon- Kelly Mills and Rachel Mobley, L
I was at the bank today. That's very unusual for me. To be in a bank. The reason it's unusual for me to be in a bank is because I have no money in a bank. Actually, I have no bank accounts to put money in. You may say that's impossible. I may say not only is it possible but it's necessary.