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August 8, 2001 - 4:24pm
4 years 44 weeks ago
How much do you know about the issues Muskingum County faces? Pro-Muskingum is encouraging people to learn more and help control those challenges. The leadership Muskingum program encourages involvement and community awareness. Participants meet once a month for eight months to gain skills that will help in their personal and professional lives. To learn more call the Pro-Muskingum office at 454-9993.
August 8, 2001 - 4:18pm
4 years 44 weeks ago
Usually the story is people losing jobs or not being able to find a job. But now employers are in desperate need of qualified workers. In hospitals the demand for nurses is still high, and finding nurses to help take care of the sick after they leave the hospital is also growing. Interim healthcare provides this expanding service and Wednesday they held a job fair to look for qualified applicants. To learn more contact interim healthcare of Zanesville.
August 8, 2001 - 4:12pm
4 years 44 weeks ago
Back to school shopping was very special for some children from Eastside Community Ministry today. Around fifteen kids hit the racks at Wal-Mart looking for some great back to school fashions. In all 45 children from the Pomeroy Community Center benefited from the Charity Newsie. The Charity Newsie are a group of area business leaders, that are involved with helping the children.
August 8, 2001 - 11:23am
4 years 44 weeks ago
It's almost time to go back to school and that means getting school supplies, clothes, and your kids immunizations. Shots can be expensive so McDonald's and the Muskingum County Health Department have paired up to give free immunizations. The next clinic will be held Tuesday August 21st at the Maple Avenue McDonald's from 6 to 8.
August 8, 2001 - 11:01am
4 years 44 weeks ago
If your looking for a job this ad's for you. More job opportunities for area residents are in store. Pick and Save was at Amerihost today accepting applications for a variety of job positions that are available. Pick and Save plans on hiring around 2-hundred employees. Pick and Save will be at Amerihost August 9th 10 until 7.
August 7, 2001 - 4:59pm
4 years 44 weeks ago
Leaving household hazards lying around can be harmful for you and your family. The Muskingum County Recycling and litter center has a way to dispose of the waste properly. A hazardous waste collection is held each year to help residents get rid of these materials safely. The drop-of allows residents to get rid of items from car batteries and fluids to household cleaners and paint. But there are some hazardous things that won’t be accepted. If you have any questions about what will be taken...
August 7, 2001 - 4:58pm
4 years 44 weeks ago
The patriotic summertime months give honor to those that have fought for our country. And, unfortunately some of those veterans are now alone living in hospitals or nursing homes. But today, the flag waving in the breeze symbolized freedom once again as the group set off on a trip down the river in the lorena sternwheeler. They are from the veteran’s hospital in Chillicothe, where still today they’re dealing with the scars of war. The 505 chapter of the Knights of Columbus set up the trip...
August 7, 2001 - 4:58pm
4 years 44 weeks ago
Fall high school sports are underway, Monday August 6th started the first official day of practice. And with the grueling workouts comes the change for injury. For any athlete one of the most serious and season ending is a torn ACL ligament. When an athlete blows their knee, it swells and becomes stiff and sore. Once some of the motion returns, surgery is usually necessary, and the diagnosis is good. Dr. Brad Brautigan, and orthopedic surgeon said that football season is the busiest time...
August 7, 2001 - 4:57pm
4 years 44 weeks ago
Free Food will be given away to needy seniors in Muskingum County, and there is still time to sign up. Right now there are 50 openings in the new U.S. commodity food program. The free food packages consist of 32 to 35 pounds of food per month and are available to those who are 60 years or older and have an income of or lower than 130% of the poverty level. If the program goes over well, openings will be added so more people can take advantage of the program. The deadline to receive food...
August 6, 2001 - 8:09pm
4 years 44 weeks ago
Some employees traded a suit and tie for a T-shirt and tennis shoes, as workers demonstrated their running and throwing skills at the Zanesville Corporate Cup on Tuesday. The weeklong competition continued with the corporate mile, master’s relay and executive relay events. The crowd favorite Dunk-A-Boss was held as well. The corporate cup will continue on Wednesday at six p.m. with bowling at the Sunrise Center.
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