Stories tagged with: Conesville

September 30, 2013 - 5:08pm
48 weeks 14 hours ago

What was supposed to be a fun filled hunting trip turned turned into a nightmare for one man when he got lost in the woods.

Timothy Miller and his brother- in- law, Scott decided to take the two and half hour drive from Cleveland to Coshocton to hunt deer on Sunday evening, when Scott became tired, Miller decided to stay in the woods and hunt a little bit longer. Miller was making his way out of the woods when it became dark, his phone died and he lost direction.

"I was very...

May 16, 2013 - 5:37pm
1 year 15 weeks ago

More than 700 students had the day off of school to learn about the environment and our local electricity plant.

"Earth Day is an event that the plant looks forward to all year. We plan for this and have 11 different schools that participate in Earth Day. We have 22 activities and 22 busses that are either here on site back in what we call our 40 acre field back here behind the plant," said Angela Larrick, Electrical Processor at AEP.

AEP started their Earth Day event...

February 22, 2010 - 6:35pm
4 years 27 weeks ago

Conesville residents will soon have to pay to have their trash picked-up.

About 150 residents will be affected by the change.

Skip Ferrell, of Skip's Refuse Services, says Mayor William Appis sent a letter to his company, informing him that the city didn't have the funding to continue to pay for the service.

So, starting March 1st, each household will have to pay 16 dollars a month to have their trash picked-up.

WHIZ tried to contact Appis for a comment, but he could...

December 10, 2009 - 11:10am
4 years 38 weeks ago

Coshocton County Fire Investigators will spend Thursday on the scene of what's left after a large garage fire Wednesday night.

Conesville CFV Fire Chief Ray Worthington says a motorist possibly driving on State Route 16 noticed the garage fire at 46430 Township Road 483 and woke up the property's owner Jeremy Jacobs just before 11pm.

The unattached garage sits downwind from the property's home and due to the high winds Worthington says the fire and smoke was whipping around the...

September 25, 2009 - 12:48pm
4 years 48 weeks ago

Drinking water at thousands of schools across the country has been found to contain unsafe levels of lead, pesticides and dozens of other toxins.

An Associated Press investigation found that contaminants have surfaced at public and private schools in all 50 states, but the problems have largely gone unmonitored by the Federal Government.

In our area several schools appear on the list of violations, Hopewell Elementary, Canaan Mennonite Church and School, Conesville Elementary and...

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