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May 1, 2001 - 10:46am
5 years 6 weeks ago
Bank One is reassigning the loan for Starlight Schools. The loan, which is for over $750 thousand dollars was used to purchase a new roof and add air-conditioning to the school. The loan transfer to another bank will not affect the conditions of the loan, but Muskingum County Commissioners still has to sign the paperwork. Hill said Bank One transferred the loan after reevaluating the bank portfolio. The annual payment for the loan is ninety thousand, four hundred and forty five thousand...
May 1, 2001 - 10:45am
5 years 6 weeks ago
Funding for Ohio’s Public Libraries may soon take a real hit. Governor Taft has already suggested in his two-year proposal to cut the budget for the State Library System by one-third, and now House Republicans are suggesting even further cuts. Since Muskingum County libraries do not have operating levies, 95% of their funding comes from the State Budget. If the proposed budget cuts takes place, this year alone, the John McIntire library in Zanesville, will lose one hundred, seventeen...
April 26, 2001 - 8:04am
5 years 6 weeks ago
Time to meet on the basketball court, but it’s not a game of horse, this time around, it’a all about the donkeys. The John Glen Agricultural Society is holding a donkey basketball game fundraiser to support the John Glen Future Farmer’s of America Agricultural Society. The game will be Friday, April 27 at East Muskingum Middle School at 8 p.m. Tickets for the game are $7 at the door. You can purchase them for $5 in advance at the middle school. Prior to the game, the society is also...
April 26, 2001 - 8:04am
5 years 6 weeks ago
Hats off to administrative professionals, since today is your day. And some administrative professionals were treated to a luncheon at the Ohio University Zanesville campus center. In addition to the luncheon, there was also a speaker and door prizes.
April 26, 2001 - 8:03am
5 years 6 weeks ago
The operation feed campaign is in full gear. Their next mission might satisfy your early morning sweet tooth. Kroger and Krispy Kreme have teamed up for a donut fundraiser. The event is Friday morning starting at 6:30 at the Kroger on Maple Avenue in Zanesville. The glazed donuts will come in a box a dozen and the price is four dollars.

Administrative Assistant Day
Hats off to administrative professionals, since today is your day. And some administrative professionals were...
April 25, 2001 - 2:46pm
5 years 6 weeks ago
The 15th annual Carr Center Cake Auction is slated for Thursday April the 26th. Last year the fundraiser raised over 200-thousand dollars to support programs and services for Muskingum County children and adults with disabilities. One of the many programs promoted is "Kids on the Block." Three Zanesville high school students bring puppets to life for school kids and discuss topics like autism. If you would like to schedule a "Kids On The Block" performance for you group or school, you can...
April 25, 2001 - 1:49pm
5 years 6 weeks ago
The Cambridge City School District took steps towards a better future. A groundbreaking ceremony marked the start of a 52 million-dollar school-building project. The site for the new school is high a top a hill on Willis Creek Valley Drive. There were three flags erected to mark the sport where a new high school, a new middle school and a new elementary school will be built. The buildings will have air condition, the latest technology, and larger classrooms. The campus design will include...
April 25, 2001 - 1:48pm
5 years 6 weeks ago
Fifth graders in the destination imagination program at McIntyre Elementary, now hold the winning crown. The students compete in creative problem solving competitions. And after receiving what they thought was a second place finish at state competition, the team advisor received a phone call. For the competition, the team had to re-create the life of an artist that created an anonymous work of art. The team will try for another win at world’s which will be held at the University of Tenn....
April 23, 2001 - 4:47pm
5 years 6 weeks ago
A new fire truck comes to the rescue. After using a rescue truck that was more than 20 years old and unreliable, the Cambridge Fire Department now has a new heavy rescue vehicle. The new truck is 34 feet long, 11 feet tall and has plenty of room for all rescue equipment. It also has generators to run electricity, an observation deck and four, 500-watt halogen lamps to help light any emergency situation. Because the new truck carries all the tools, firefighters don’t have to call back to the...
April 23, 2001 - 4:46pm
32 weeks 1 day ago

The Alfred S. Carr Center Cake Auction is just a few days away. One lady is taking her love of baking and turning it into a work of art that will be displayed and eaten at the auction. With 38 cake mixes and 50 pounds of powdered sugar being stirred up, Cheryl Dunlap is entering a cake-baking marathon. She will have seven of her edible masterpieces at the auction. Dunlap has a reputation to live up to, last year she won the people’s choice award on Thursday and Friday. She credits...

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