Today village council and village and county officials in Frazeysburg were making history and bringing it back to life. A special guest was on hand to help with the dedication, State Senator Jim Carnes who represents nine counties including Muskingum. Preserving historical landmarks and recognizing established villages and towns is a program that began back in 1953, however it became inactive until the Ohio Bi-Centennial Commission, The Ohio Historical Society and ODOT provided grant money and...
It may be the warm weather that is attracting the nation’s symbol to the state, since this year’s winter has been mild. Whatever the case, officials at the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division Of Wildlife claim that nearly 260 bald eagles have been recorded this year. And the Muskingum county area is among the counties with the highest number of the birds observed. Observers found eagles in a record 44 counties during the two-week survey that was conducted. Dillon State Park officials...
Local law enforcement officials are continuing to keep "trouble off" the streets of Zanesville. To pursue those who are involved in prostitution and crime in Zanesville Police Department is cracking down. Prostitution was labeled a problem when chief Lambes was promoted to chief of police.
It has been years since the program has been adopted, and great strides have been made to service people throughout the state. To commemorate this anniversary the Ohio Department of Insurance is holding a year long celebration, which includes an event held locally to get those unsure about health care in the commuity involved. For more information call 1-800-686-1578 or log onto www.ohioinsurance.gov.
The number of Ohioans who have registered through the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles to become donors is on the rise. In 2001 over 1.5 million Ohioans registered to become organ donors through the BMV. The reason for the increase.... more people are into giving thr gift of life.
The dispute between the city of Zanesville and a female police officer continues. Officer Theresa Tysinger has filed a federal suit against the ZPD alleging sexual and pregnancy discrimination. No trial date has been set for the case.
Building and running remote control planes and vehicles is what the members of the Zanesville area remote control society love to do. This coming Saturday they want to share their hobby with you. The SWAP meet runs January 26th from 9 until 2, it's held at the Old Licking Elementary School or the West Muskingum booster building on Highland Raod.
Fifteen students who excel in the science field will be competing in the science olympid this weekend in Newark Delware. Roseville Middle School was one of the sixty junior high teams in the U.S that was chosen to attend the invitational.
Finding affordable day care is a problem for many working parents. Locally there may be help. The opening of a 1.7 million dollar facility in Zanesville has gained attention natiowide. In a grand opening ceremony Wednesday, organizers thanked everyone who worked hard to make Carreytown a reality. The first day for children is Thursday January 24th. Carreytown is accepting applications for enrollment, for more information call 454-6819.
For years she saw her father give a helping hand to the community and she continued her father's kindness to others as she grew up. And for all her good deeds, Dee Dee Jellison, was awarded the annual "service to mankind award", by the Zanesville Sertoma Club on Tuesday.