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Paul worked at Canfield Lumber, American Fire Clay in Canfield, Franklin Furniture in Columbiana, and retired from Leebaw Manufacturing in Canfield where he was a shop foreman. He was of the United Methodist faith, and a member of the Calvary United Methodist Church in North Lima for many years.

Paul was an avid hunter and fisherman who enjoyed camping and woodworking. He enjoyed being a part of the neighborhood card club. Along with his wife and family, he traveled much of the United States, including Alaska. He was a devoted member of the Greenford Ruritan Club for over 30 years. He will be sadly missed by all who knew him.

Paul leaves to cherish his precious memory, his wife Mildred; his three sons, Harold and his wife, Cindy, of Columbiana, Gordon and his wife, Norma, of Salem and Ward and his wife, Jody, of Kent; nine grandchildren, Keesha McCue, Kaylin (Brad) McClaugherty, Corrie, Rebecca, Seth, Nathan, Brittany, Alex and Nate McCue; and two great grandchildren, Jayla and Nechine.
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AUTAUGA COUNTY, AL (WSFA) One suspect is in custody after a Saturday shooting in Clanton, while another is still at large. The search for the suspect led to a manhunt that extended across counties Saturday and Sunday.The Clanton Police Department advises that Willie Edwards Reeves, 23, of Montgomery has been arrested and charged. Andrekus Jawuan Wooley, 22, of Millbrook has been identified as the second suspect in a shooting on Wade Street in Clanton. Saturday, officers responded to the scene of the shooting and found a 34 year old man suffering from a gunshot wound. He was treated at the scene and taken to UAB hospital by helicopter, according to police.Witnesses told police the suspects left the scene in an old white Lexxus. A deputy saw a vehicle matching the description and attempted a traffic stop, but the vehicle refused to stop, leading to a chase. The chase led into Autauga County, and near the 196 mile marker the driver of the suspect vehicle left the roadway and entered the median.The two suspects left the vehicle and ran in the direction of County Road 20. After a short foot chase, one suspect, Reeves, was arrested, but the second, Wooley, ran into the woods.Multiple agencies, including the Autauga County Sheriff’s Office, assisted in the search for the second suspect, setting up a perimeter in which the area between County Road 20 and County Road 68 was the focal point. Alabama Law Enforcement Agency air support and the Department of Corrections dog team were involved in the search. Sunday, but the suspect was not found. They learned the suspect had hidden in a vehicle overnight. 31 and County Road 68, where the track ended. However, after checking the scene they recovered enough evidence to identify the suspect as Wooley.Wooley is described as 5 foot 9 inches and 180 pounds. His most recent address was in Wetumpka and he is known to frequent Millbrook, Wetumpka and Montgomery. Warrants have been obtained for charges in this case.Anyone with information that could lead to the capture of Wooley is asked to call 205 755 1194 and speak with Detective Cameron Bates.Reeves is charged with robbery, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, assault first degree, and attempted murder. Police say a firearm matching witnesses’ descriptions was found at the scene when he was arrested.The sheriff described the case as one that has left both his staff and this entire southwest Virginia community disturbed.Human trafficking is ‘all around us,’ Tri State group warnsHuman trafficking is ‘all around us,’ Tri State group warnsUpdated: Friday, March 9 2018 1:35 PM EST2018 03 09 18:35:01 GMTTwo Cincinnati area groups say people live in a “bubble” and don’t recognize the signs of human trafficking (File)Two local organizations are warning the community that not only is human trafficking a growing problem, but traffickers are using all sorts of techniques to lure people in.Two local organizations are warning the community that not only is human trafficking a growing problem, but traffickers are using all sorts of techniques to lure people in.2 killed, 3 critically injured in NYC helicopter crash2 killed, 3 critically injured in NYC helicopter crashPosted: Sunday, March 11 2018 8:10 PM EDT2018 03 12 00:10:43 GMT
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A gunman and three hostages are dead after a standoff at the Veterans Home of California in Yountville.

A gunman and three hostages are dead after a standoff at the Veterans Home of California in Yountville.

NYPD confirms 5 passengers in NYC helicopter crash are deadNYPD confirms 5 passengers in NYC helicopter crash are deadPosted: Sunday, March 11 2018 8:10 PM EDT2018 03 12 00:10:43 GMT

Updated: Monday, March 12 2018 2:25 AM EDT2018 03 12 06:25:26 GMT

It was not immediately known how many people were aboard the aircraft at the time.

Officials say a helicopter has crashed into the East River off Manhattan.

Student walkout over guns poses balancing act for schoolsStudent walkout over guns poses balancing act for schoolsPosted: Sunday, March 11 2018 9:00 AM EDT2018 03 11 13:00:14 GMT

Updated: Monday, March 12 2018 2:25 AM EDT2018 03 12 06:25:19 GMT

(Craig F. Walker/The Boston Globe via AP). In this Feb. 28,
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2018 photo, Somerville High School students sit on the sidewalk on Highland Avenue during a student walkout at the school in Somerville, Mass. A large scale, coordinated demonstration is plann.

Schools around the country are bracing for a series of national student walkouts to protest gun violence.

Schools around the country are bracing for a series of national student walkouts to protest gun violence.

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Mr. McCartney was born in July of 1944 in Youngstown, a son of loving parents Huck and Peg McCartney.

He was a lifelong area resident, and a graduate of Boardman High School in 1963. John attended Youngstown State University, majoring in Business Administration.

John excelled as a heavy equipment salesman across Ohio and ran successful paving and excavating businesses. He was proud to be an Ohio operating engineer.

John was a former Four Square Club member, served on his church building committee and council, and was a president of Canfield Kiwanis. John was inventive and mechanical. He had a natural talent for solving complex mechanical issues. John got an early start painting locomotives in his Grandpa Earl machine shop. John tinkered with go carts, scooters, vintage cars, and motorcycles. John loved a good road trip. John and Judy most memorable cross country adventure was driving their Corvair from Ohio to California. John was always quick with a witty comment, and he enjoyed Bluegrass festivals and the Highland Games.

Surviving are his loving wife of 52 years, the former Judy Davidson, whom he married in 1965; four daughters, Michelle, Molly, Kate, and Leigh; sons in law Jeff, Ryan and Ross; and grandchildren Victor, Hank, and Drew. He also leaves his brother, Paul; his sister, Nancy; and brother in law Geoff.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Huck and Peg.

No one pleased John more than his loving family, who made him smile. He will be greatly missed. on Jan. 27, at the Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 550 N. Broad St., Canfield.

Family and friends are also invited to attend the memorial service that will follow.

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met John and his brother Paul when I was about 4 years old. My brother Richard Amey carried me on his shoulders through the farmland and cowpath behind our home and we came across the McCartney boys in a horse pasture. I later was in first grade with Paul and continued to see John off and on over the years. We had his asphalt company pave the driveway of our first home. Always pleasant and I always enjoyed the times when we had a chance to stumble upon each other and talk. RIP John and prayers to his family. Bill Jean Amey on January 27, 2018

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and Judy were always great friends the children kind of grew up with our two boys even though they were in Youngstown and we in Columbus . We managed to get together a few times a year when we lived in Columbus or when we visited our family in Youngstown. John loved his family to the fullest and lived life to the fullest especially his love for motorcycles. In our younger days we drove Triumph Tiger Cubs and 55 Chevys. Lots of love to Judy, John’s children and their families forever. Jim and Elaine Steinfurth Lakewood Ranch Florida Jim and Elaine Steinfurth on January 24, 2018
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at the Canfield Presbyterian Church, 140 West Main St. in Canfield for James R. Allen Sr., 86, who died March 2, 2018, after a brief illness.

the son of the late Charles C. and Neva Hull Allen, was born Oct. 26, 1931, in Ellsworth.

As a teen, Jim began working with his father as a land surveyor, taking over the business in the 1960s. Although semi retired, he could still be seen in the field working with his son, Bob, until a few months before his death.

Jim was a storehouse of knowledge of local history, having surveyed thousands of properties through their various ownerships and developments over a 70 year career. Jim proudly served as a Canfield Township Trustee for 27 years, from 1971 to 1997. As a trustee, he was involved with the formation of the Joint Fire District and worked with the Mahoning County Sheriff Department to get better police coverage for township residents.

Until a few years ago, Jim was an active member of the Canfield Presbyterian Church and volunteered his time serving on various committees and as Deacon, Elder and Trustee. Jim was a charter member of the Rotary Club of Canfield, where he held several offices, chaired multiple committees and received the Paul Harris Fellow award. While serving on the Exchange Student Committee he and his family hosted students from Bolivia, Brazil, Columbia, Sweden, Japan and South Africa. He and Jeanne enjoyed participating in Rotary International Conventions in various cities throughout the United States as well as Birmingham, England, Munich, Germany and Toronto, Canada.

Jim also served his community through the Canfield Community Club and the Canfield Junior Citizens Club. Jim enjoyed playing bridge with the Canfield Bridge Club, square dancing with the Ball and Chain Square Dance Club, antique shows and traveling. His most memorable trip was to Bogota, Columbia for his son wedding in 1982.

Besides his parents, Jim was preceded in death by his loving wife and best friend, Jeanne E. (Eyster) Allen, whom he married April 16, 1955; and by two brothers, Charles C. Allen Jr. and Richard Allen; two sisters, A. Joyce Brooks and Beverly Graves; as well as two nephews and a niece.

Jim is survived by three children, James R. Allen Jr. and his wife, Claudia Allen, and Charles Allen, all of Canfield and Meg Allen Evans of Hubbard; four grandchildren, James R. Allen III and Cristina Allen, both of Dallas, Tanna D. (Andrew) Angyal and Evan A. Evans, both of Hubbard; a great grandson, Alexey James Angyal; a sister, Margery Cooksey of Poland; sister in law, Nancy (Phil) Rakestraw of Chesapeake, Va.; his Rotary exchange student children, Nelson Valverde of West Newbury, Mass, and Joao R. Pereira of Sao Paulo, Brazil; and many nieces and nephews.

The family requests that memorial tributes take the form of contributions to Hospice of the Valley, 5190 Market St., Youngstown, OH 44512; or to the Canfield Presbyterian Church Memorial Fund, 140 West Main St., Canfield, OH 44406.
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Florence was born Jan. 11, 1924, in Youngstown, the daughter of Rocco and Lucy (Caputo) Ripoli.

Florence had worked at the former Livingston in the Liberty Plaza, for six years as a sales clerk, but for most of Florence life she was a devoted wife and mother to her family. She was a member of Oblate Sisters of Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Cinquanta Club. Florence loved shopping and always loved going to McDonald She leaves to cherish her memory, her sons, Sylvester (Joyce) Pace of Austintown and Robert (Diana) Pace of Liberty Township; her grandchildren, Robert (Sarah) Pace, Dana (David) Smelko, Shawna Marsteller and Richard (Maria) Marsteller;
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and great grandchildren, Sophia, Gianna, Dante, Nikolette and Johnathan.

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and brothers Louis Ripoli and Andrew Ripoli.

The family wishes to thank the staff at Meridian Arms and also Hospice of the Valley for their kind and compassionate care that was given to their mother.

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Barbara was born March 24, 1924, in Cleveland, a daughter of the late Thomas and Gertrude Austin Clayton.

She was a 1942 graduate of Hubbard High School and attended Youngstown College, majoring in accounting. Mrs. Schrock worked as an accountant for H Block for over 20 years. Since 1958, Barbara was a member of the Poland Presbyterian Church. She was also a member of the Friends of the Poland Library and Poland Garden Club. In her earlier years, Barbara enjoyed golfing and playing bridge with friends.

Her husband, George Schrock, whom she married June 16, 1945, preceded her in death on July 13, 2004.

Memorial tributes may take the form of contributions in Mrs. Schrock name to the Friends of the Poland Library, c/o Development Department of Public Library of Youngstown, Poland Branch, Youngstown, Ohio 44503.
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After talking with constituents in Bluestem Bistro on Saturday, Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer evaded a group of people shouting and questioning his position on Medicaid. The group followed him to his car in an Aggieville parking lot, and the governor appeared to drive away, though he later came to his next scheduled stop down the street.

The group of residents asked the governor whether he would sign a bipartisan bill to expand Medicaid, and they said Colyer tried to “lecture” them and didn’t give satisfactory answers.

Medicaid is a federal and state health care program for low income families. Expanding the program in Kansas, which would cover about 180,000 more adults, has gained bipartisan support in the state legislature. Colyer, a conservative Republican, has openly opposed the expansion.

Colyer stopped at Bluestem Bistro Saturday afternoon to meet with constituents. He also planned to visit Varsity Donuts afterward, where he was to speak with members of the media, but when some of the people continued to ask him about Medicaid expansion, he walked out of the coffee shop and down the street, climbed in his vehicle and left. A group of about 15 people followed him to his car, shouting at him.

“Expand Medicaid,” people shouted as Coyler’s driver started the engine and shut the back door. “Expand Medicaid or lose your job!”

Colyer drove away, but he did go to Varsity Donuts about 15 minutes later, according to reports.

Colyer was sworn in as governor on Jan. 31 after former Gov. Sam Brownback left for a job in the Trump administration as ambassador at large for religious freedom. Brownback vetoed an expansion of Medicaid last year after it passed both chambers. Lawmakers nearly had enough votes to override.

Brandon Irwin of Manhattan said the governor’s argument against expanding Medicaid doesn’t make sense, because the state already has paid federal taxes that go toward expanding the program.

“He’s trying to make an economic argument against it, saying that we can’t afford it, which is frankly a ridiculous argument,” Irwin said. “Kansas already pays for it. We’ve paid our federal taxes ever since the (Affordable Care Act) expansion, which has accumulated up to the amount of $2 billion dollars that the federal government wants to give back to us.”

Refusing to expand Medicaid means Kansans’ federal taxes are paying for Medicaid in other states that have chosen to expand their program, Irwin said.

Neil Baker, a longtime Manhattan resident and a biological science technician for the USDA, said the group was trying to get Colyer to talk about expansion because a bill regarding the issue is set for a hearing in the legislature soon.

“It’s an issue that’s been pressing for well over a year now, since the ACA came out, they wanted to expand,” Baker said. “And we’re afraid that he’s going to take the exact same stance that Brownback took since he’s already stated that he feels the same way. He’s just like Brownback so he’s not going to change.”

He said Colyer’s response to those asking about Medicaid was pretty much the same. Baker said he lectured them, assuming people didn’t really understand although some of the people questioning him practice medicine and understand how healthcare works.

“He’s not the only one who understands how it works,” he said. “But I guess that’s just what politicians do, they kind of talk down.”

Some of the Manhattan residents in the group said they intended to drive to Wamego, Colyer’s next and final stop in a series of coffee shop visits throughout the day.

KMAN AM radio reported that Colyer actually did return to Varsity Donuts 15 minutes later and answered questions then.

“Here’s the issue,” Colyer told KMAN. “If you talk to Kansans, they’re not interested in expanding Obamacare. And what we’ve seen is that what Obamacare did is it took money out of Medicare, which is for seniors, and it has damaged all of our hospitals. And it’s really had a terrible effect on our state. And it’s driven up the cost of everybody’s insurance mine, yours.”

Colyer, a plastic surgeon, said he thinks the state needs a more “Kansas based solution” that would be more affordable.

Speaking about the prevalence of Medicaid related questions during his Manhattan stop, he told KMAN that the state has other issues, such as school finance, that are important to address.

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Some schools wait awhile. Some have never experienced the thrill of hoisting the Gold Ball. For the CasteelColts that won’t be an issue. This was a quick rise to the top of the 3A mountain.

In year number three of existence, albeit without a senior class, Coach Spencer Stowers and the Colts reached the summit of high school success winning 35 28 over Tucson Pusch Ridge Academy in the 3A state championship game Saturday night at Campo Verde high school.

It wasn’t easy. By any stretch. Turnovers plagued the Colts early. A key injury took a hit or so we thought out to their explosive offense. The top ranked Lions throwing everything but the kitchen since at them.

A Mack Johnson fumble at the 11 yard line was the initial miscue setting them back on this championship evening. The Lions struck two plays later with a Gavin Davis burst from six out.

Cue Gunner Cruz. The offense has put up points all season (692 to be exact). So why should tonight be different? A six play eighty yard drive was the response,
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culminating in a Kyheem Waleed 44 yard connection from his signal caller.

A 35 point explosion in the 2nd Quarter kept the crowd entertained. Each team responding to each other. A Zach Nelson 12 yard score gave Casteel a lead on a 9 play 80 yard drive.

But Casteel coughed it back up and four plays later a Mitch Maas 36 yard reception tied it at 14. Mack Johnson broke one for 15 and Waleed a second from 26 were the other two scores in the first 24 minutes.

“They’re a good football team.” Cruz said. “They kept fighting. The two fumbles hurt us without question. Take those away who knows maybe we put it away earlier. It’s mute now. We stayed composed. My boys kept fighting,”

That they did. 330 yards of offense in the first half gave them a 28 21 cushion.

With a chance to break it open to start the second half Cruz threw a pick to Maas. Turnover number three didn’t amount to much for the Lions as they went three and out.

Pusch Ridge showed why they are ranked no. 1 as they tied it with9:42remaining.

Back to work. Actually Mack to work.

A 13 play 84 yard drive featuring six carries from Johnson was the decisive break the Colts needed to put this away. Johnson sprinted in from 2 yards out on 4th and Goal for the go ahead score.

“I’m ready for the ball at all times. It’s just great coach has this kind of confidence in me. That was a great opponent and we just grinded it out tonight,” stated the tired Johnson.

Four defensive stops later Casteel made history. Defensive lineman Jehrt Flitton was ecstatic.

“We’ve put in so much work and it’s paid off. We knew they had a mobile Quarterback and that was their offense. Couldn’t be happier for this group of guys. We allowed some yards but at the end all that matters is we got one final stop.

Coach Stowers carried that precedent.

“Great group of kids they boughtin three yearsago. Everyone associated with the program has believed in what we are doing. Just a special team that has worked hard and they deserve it.”
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