On Jan. 20th, people in America and around the world witnessed the inauguration of the 45th President of the United States. I can celebrate this as one more peaceful transition of political power, a transition that in many countries follows coups, revolutions and tainted elections.
Wow! Thanks to the generosity of donors and ringers, the Minerva-Malvern Salvation Army 2016 Kettle Drive raised just over $30,000 for the local Service Unit.
Joe R, Hooper was born in South Carolina in 1939 and raised in rural Moses Lake, Washington. After serving a three year tour in the Navy, Hooper enlisted in the Army in 1960.
The HARCATUS Family Support office in Carrollton would like to extend our sincere gratitude to Carroll Electric Co-op for their very generous support in 2016. Their donation made our blanket drive a huge success and helped many Carroll County families. We truly appreciate their effort.
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When the news of the fall of Sumter reached Cincinnati, the Germans in the area immediately held a meeting at Turner Hall, for the purpose of raising a German regiment. The assembly was addressed by Judge J.B. Stallo, Colonel A. Moor and Colonel Robert L.
Carol Brawley, Malvern Community Development Fund president and chairwoman of the annual Christmas Tree Project, was pleased with the results this year, saying, "Thanks to the donations and work of many people, all the trees were sponsored.
I watch a lot of TV. The reason I watch a lot of TV is because I have no other technical skills from which to gather information from the outside world.
We would like to send a huge Thank-You to Aaron Stoller and the Sandy Creek Joint Fire District-Minerva Fire Department. We want to send a special Thank-You to David Catlett who was instrumental in organizing the entire project.
I've been a resident of Malvern for many years and I love our small town. Just recently our Mayor, Angela Lambert resigned due to health issues. What she has accomplished in one year should be more than appreciated.
The Minerva/Malvern Salvation Army Unit would like to thank all of the individuals, businesses, and churches of our community for their assistance in making our Christmas Gift Program a success in 2016.
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The Minerva Police Department would like to thank the individuals, local businesses and area organizations for their donations and support for this year's Toy Program. Once again, your response was wonderful! Your continued support enables us to keep this long-standing program going.
Myself and the Malvern American Legion Post 375 would like to thank everyone who donated to our Christmas collection for veterans and Toys for Christmas. We took care of 186 kids and eight needy families. I took $13,913 of needed items to the V.A.
Born in a small Illinois town of Abingdon on Dec. 23, 1923, James B. Stockdale entered Annapolis with the class of 1947. His frustration on missing out on action during World War II peaked when his cousin, Robert H.
For the second year Minerva Area Coats Kids made its distribution of 195 coats from the Minerva Elementary School. Students from all three schools were involved in the "bagging of the coats." Nancy Hazen and Cindy Beight were also instrumental that the child received the correct size.
In the afternoon of their attack on Pearl Harbor, the Japanese moved to consolidate their victory by snatching territories throughout the Pacific.
Let's talk about Thanksgiving and let's talk about the "thanks" first. I have two motto's in life. Motto #1 is why bake it when I can buy it. Motto #2 is why sew it when I can pin it. But now I'm going to add Motto #3 - no thanks to Thanksgiving. No thanks to giving thanks.
At 7:55 a.m., only two nurses were on duty at the small Station Hospital Hickam Air Field on Dec. 7, 1941, when they heard jets roaring and loud explosions. The nurses could see waves of Japanese bombers flying low over the field.
Thanks to the generosity of many donors, the Dancing on the Bridge 2016 festival raised enough money to complete all the planned projects: welcome banners for downtown, benches for downtown, a parent/child swing, mile markers for the hiking trail and safety ground cover in the community park Purchase and installation of these items will be in
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Editor; During the past few months, the Village of Malvern has been under some turmoil. One of the issues discussed at the meetings has been an accusation that I have "scheduled myself" to work on weekends.
MINERVA Monday, Nov. 28 Paris Lions Club, 7 p.m., St. John's Lutheran Church, New Franklin. MALVERN Monday, Nov. 28 Carroll County Commissioners, 9 a.m., Courthouse, Carrollton. Rotary Club of Malvern, 6 p.m.