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November 3, 2003 - 5:43pm
4 years 44 weeks ago
The future is something we all think about. What will it be like and when are those flying cars going to get here? A Smithsonian exhibit coming to the McIntire library shows the ideas of the future from the 1950s. The “Yesterday’s Tomorrow” exhibit has been traveling the state of Ohio and will make a stop in Zanesville beginning this Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until noon. The exhibit features past visions of what the future will be like. This is the only library that will house the exhibit...
November 3, 2003 - 5:42pm
4 years 44 weeks ago
A local pioneer and aviation hero is honored this morning at the Zanesville Municipal Airport. Charles “Gene” Griffin began flying in the mid 1930s. He flew stunt shows and began training American and French pilots for WWII. His friends say this dedication will be an inspiration for pilots to come. This morning a bust of Griffin was dedicated at the terminal building. His friend Chuck Norman remembers the day Griffin died, August 4, 1950. He was flying a plane when the wing snapped and he...
November 3, 2003 - 5:39pm
4 years 44 weeks ago
A local sculptor reports he has half the needed funds for his proposed memorial. Alan Cottrill spoke to the Muskingum County Commissioners this morning. He let them know he’s raised over $87,000 toward his WWII/Korean War Memorial. The funds paid for the three bronze statues outside VFW post 1058 in Putnam. Cottrill said it took over six months to raise the first half and he’s hoping the second half won’t take as long. That money will pay for the 290 helmets in honor of those veterans who...
November 3, 2003 - 1:31am
4 years 44 weeks ago
Rioting partiers at an annual Athens Halloween bash started street fights, lit couches on fire and threw bottles at officers during what police called “the worst event to date.” Athens police chief Rick Mayor said police arrested 66 people overnight Saturday and responded to nearly 20 fights and at least five fires. Another 15 were arrested Friday. During one fight, police say a man’s leg was slashed to the point it might be amputated. They said a second man stabbed repeatedly in the chest was...
November 3, 2003 - 1:21am
4 years 44 weeks ago
The world’s strongest men and women made their way to our area tonight to demonstrate their strength and power. Cornerstone Full Gospel Church played host to the Next Generation Power Team. The team not only shows their strength, but they also provide an encouraging message. If you would like to see the team perform, you still have a chance. The group will be in our area Monday, November 3rd, through Wednesday, November 5th, at the Cornerstone Full Gospel Church located at 4509 Salt Creek Drive...
November 2, 2003 - 7:23pm
4 years 44 weeks ago
Another local community event that will be coming to our area is that Soroptimists’ Annual Charity Auction. There will be many great prizes to be auctioned off, but one in particular is special to community. Proceeds from this year’s auction will benefit the Soroptimists’ dental trailer which provides dental services to elementary schoolchildren in Zanesville. The auction is by reservation only because there is a dinner prior to the event. All those who are interested should contact Bobbe...
November 2, 2003 - 7:21pm
4 years 44 weeks ago
It was a picture perfect afternoon…for pets that is. The PAWS group teamed up with Pictures Plus to offer area pet owners the opportunity to get their picture taken with their pets. PAWS uses the proceeds from this event to help fund their spay and neuter program. For more information contact the animal shelter society at 452-1077.
November 2, 2003 - 7:17pm
4 years 44 weeks ago
Some senior citizens in the area were cooking up a good recipe today. The Muskingum County Senior Task Force had their annual “recipe for retirement” offering a sampling of food and entertainment from local vendors. Terry Dunn, executive director of the Muskingum County center for seniors says the event has improved a lot, surpassing many expectations. All proceeds from the fundraiser will go to the Senior Task Force for upcoming programs in the community.
November 2, 2003 - 7:12pm
4 years 44 weeks ago
A local family had a “smoking” celebration today at the Zanesville Fire Department. After placing the highest bid on the fire department’s party package at the Carr Center’s cake auction, the Dierkes family finally were able to enjoy what they paid for. The Dierkes family was initially attracted to this party package for various reasons. The Zanesville fire department will continue to auction off creative packages in the future.
November 2, 2003 - 2:52am
4 years 44 weeks ago
Scientists in the U-S have developed dried blood that can be stored for years to be used for accidents, emergencies or operations. The blood is made from donated human blood, which has a normal shelf life of 42 days. So far tests on the new product have been successful. Doctors in Sweden have completed three years of trials on patients and said there were no side effects. Blood is in constant demand around the world—a lack of donors and a short shelf life means there is a constant shortage. The...
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