The Malvern Branch Library Board and Staff would like to "Thank the Community for their participation in our 2017 Summer Reading Program. Our theme this year was "Build a Better World.".
The Minerva Area Historical Society wants to thank everyone who donated items for the Route 30 Buy-Way sidewalk sale. But they want to especially thank all those who stopped by and purchased items or just visited inside the museum.
There's a fine line drawn when it comes to crossing over from a teenager to an adult. The crossing of that fine line may be easier for the teen to cross but not so much for us adults, parents, grandparents, authoratative voices, etc.
The Paris Township Trustees are giving an option to residents in Paris Township to approve a levy for road materials on the November ballot. The levy that will be on the ballot is a 10 year 4-mil levy that would help pave many roads over the next ten years within Paris Township.
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We would like to publicly thank everyone who helped make our second annual Dutchcraft Truss-Pole Barns Direct Charity Golf Outing a huge success! Through the generous support of our sponsors, we were able to raise over $2,000 for St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital.
So, I was reading the Newsleader; Thursday June 29 edition: page A4; Article on the Malvern Beautification Project headed up by Karen Wackerly and the team of fine folks who got out there and planted flowers, but, I was not so struck by their ideas and fortitude to put the time and effort into th
The parades, speeches and fireworks are over as another national celebration of our country's founding has ended. I am grateful that I live in America and am especially thankful for the wisdom of the founders of this country.
Don V. Cross American Legion Post 357 wishes to offer our gratitude and thanks to the following community leader and businesses. Thanks to their kind donations and support, we were able to send three of our future leaders to Buckeye Boys State this spring.
I have been wondering what happened to all the democratic voters in the years of of the unions negotiating for more wages, (etc). Could it be they have gotten all these higher wages and more, now think they are one of the upper 1 percent?
I'm very proud of the team that came together to make Malvern's Beautification project happen this Spring. We planted flowers in 42 community planters, eight hanging baskets on the bridge, and three community gardens. All this took a lot of teamwork, and I'm grateful to the many volunteers.
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Everyone at SAVE22 would like to take this opportunity to say Thank You and express our sincere gratitude to the following local businesses and organizations for helping us to put on our second annual Veteran Suicide Awareness Hike on May 6 of this year.
On behalf of our awesome members and Board of Directors, the Carroll County Animal Protection League would like to thank the general public and Larry and Kay Garner for everyone's support of our three-day rummage sale held at Garner's Auction Barn, Carrollton, Ohio over the Memorial Day weekend.
Yesterday (June 5) Macon went back to his roots. For those of you who don't know Macon Jake Roosevelt Vahila, he is our dog.
MINERVA Friday, June 16 Minerva Rotary Club, 7:30 a.m., Classic 57' Restaurant. Monday, June 19 Paris Township Trustees Meeting, 7 p.m., Township Hall. Minerva Athletic Booster Club, 7:30 p.m., MHS Library.
The Minerva Local Education Association would like to thank the local businesses who donated gifts for our Annual Teacher Appreciation Banquet which was held on Monday, May 22. Their generous donations helped make the evening a special recognition.
Born in a small Illinois town of Abingdon on Dec. 23, 2923, James B. Stockdale entered Annapolis with the Class of 1947. His frustration at missing out on action during World War II peaked when his cousin, Robert H.
Sometimes after walking and jamming to some great rock and roll, I like to go sit at one of the picnic tables; mellow out and listen to some slow tunes. Just me and my dog. Just look at the sky. " If you don't know me by now......
Born in Jersey City, New Jersey Charles J. Watters grew to be a tall, lean man. Ever since he was in the fourth grade in school, he expressed the desire to become a priest.
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A unique contribution to the successful efforts of World War II was given by our Native Americans, the Navajo Code Talkers. However, code talking was pioneered by the Cherokee and Chocktaw Indians during World War I.
2007 Ten Malvern Elementary fifth-grade students will attend the Young Authors conference in New Philadelphia on May 18. Young Authors is a writing program sponsored by the Tuscarawas-Carroll-Harrison Educational Service Center.