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February 8, 2004 - 12:56am
5 years 10 weeks ago
Family and friends gather today to remember staff Sergeant Lester Kinney the second of Zanesville, who was killed while overseas in Iraq.

27-year-old Kinney, also known as Buddy, was one of three people killed when a roadside bomb exploded.

While Kinney was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia locally a memorial service was held today at the South Zanesville United Methodist Church.

Jim Perdue, Kinney’s step-uncle, says he died doing...
February 7, 2004 - 1:50pm
5 years 10 weeks ago
Family and friends gathered today to remember Staff Sergeant Lester Kinny who was killed in Iraq.

27-year-old Lester Kinny also know as Buddy, was one of three people killed in Baghdad when a roadside bomb exploded.

While Kinny was laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia, locally a memorial service was held at the South Zanesville United Methodist Church.

Kinny’s Step Father says he died doing something he was very proud of and it was an...
February 7, 2004 - 1:45pm
5 years 10 weeks ago
Valentine’s day is just a week away and if you haven’t thought of gift for that special someone-your golden opportunity is here!

The traditional dozen roses is always nice but at Pugh’s Jeweler’s on Brandywine they’ve added a little twist to the flower-giving holiday.

They have single 12 inch long stemmed roses dipped in 24 carat Gold which are preserved so your sweetheart will remember this Valentine’s Day forever.

The roses come in a variety of colors and they...
February 6, 2004 - 9:43pm
5 years 10 weeks ago
It’s three years in prison for a Zanesville man who shot a 16-month-old baby in the back last year.

According to Assistant Muskingum County Prosecutor Jim Workman, 23-year-old Charles Hartman plead guilty Friday to shooting the baby boy in the back with a pellet gun. The incident occurred on Friday, November 21st at an apartment located at 1620 Maple Avenue. Hartman and his girlfriend were babysitting the chills at the time of the incident, however it has been noted that Hartman...
February 6, 2004 - 7:36pm
5 years 10 weeks ago
Dance your way to a good cause by helping kids at the same time.

The Bureau for Children with Medical Handicaps and the Senior Fund Raising Board are teaming up for a benefit dance to raise money for children and their families suffering from serious conditions such as cancer, cerebral palsy and diabetes.

Dale Tom, coordinator of the event, ensures everyone will have a great time at the dance, saying food will be served all evening, along with 5 bands for plenty of...
February 6, 2004 - 5:45pm
5 years 10 weeks ago
If you are into collecting sports memorabilia, you want to check out the Colony Square Mall this weekend.

It’s a sports collectors dream; with over 40 vendors selling signed autographed posters, cards and sports figurines.

Cincinnati Bengals fans will enjoy a special signing with NFL legend Isaac Curtis, tomorrow afternoon from 1-3 pm.

If sports are not your thing, vendors are also selling the ever-popular Beenie Babies, Longaberger Baskets and Ohio pottery.
February 6, 2004 - 5:34pm
5 years 10 weeks ago
The Zanesville area is famous for several things and beautiful pottery is high on the list.

So this weekend, The Welcome Center, downtown is hosting Zanesville’s Largest Pottery Sale.

With popular names like Hartstone, Buckeye Stoneware, Ohio Pottery At Norwich and Alpine Pottery will be displaying a variety of beautiful pieces.

The sale continues through Saturday at The Welcome Center through 4 p.m.
February 6, 2004 - 4:40pm
5 years 10 weeks ago
The Zanesville Police Department says it’s investigating a complaint about pornography at St. Thomas School.

Today, the Catholic Diocese of Columbus issued a statement concerning the incident. Director of Communications, Robin Miller says this past Monday two computer disks belonging to two St. Thomas Elementary School students were found to contain objectionable photographs.

The lab teacher who discovered the images turned both over to St. Thomas principal Michael Sens...
February 6, 2004 - 2:31pm
5 years 10 weeks ago
Area creeks and streams are running high again today. It was just one month ago that rivers were running out of their banks after more than 3 inches of rain fell.

This time widespread reports of an inch or more of rain were certainly enough, when combined with snow melt, to send waterways running high again.

Sporadic road closures have been reported in Morgan and Guernsey counties today due to high water.
You can find the latest road closures and river stages...
February 6, 2004 - 1:04pm
5 years 10 weeks ago
While last month’s flooding may be over, federal assistance was available today for local families and business owners in Morgan county.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency along with local emergency management opened a disaster relief center at the Riecker building in downtown Mcconnelsville.

Damage totals for the area estimated to over $700,000. Morgan County Emergency Management Director Terry Robison urges anyone who was affected by the flood to come to the center...
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