Stories tagged with: zanesville

March 1, 2010 - 10:15pm
4 years 25 weeks ago

Boys Division II Sectional Semifinal-- Coshocton High School

Maysville 48 Zanesville 51 (OT)

Zanesville advances to play Claymont at 7 PM Saturday

Zanes: Tanner Gibson 21 pts, Allen Harris 14 pts

Mays: Landon Israel 18 pts, Kody Fulkerson 11 pts

Boys Divison II Sectional Semifinal @ OU Belmont

Meadowbrook 61 Beaver Local 56

Meadowbrook advances to play Coshocton Saturday at 7

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February 27, 2010 - 12:34am
4 years 25 weeks ago

Girls Division II Sectional Final @ Coshocton

West Holmes 37 Zanesville 28

Zanes: Kailee Howe 12 pts

Girls Division II Sectional Final @ OU East

Beaver Local 45 Cambridge 64

Cambridge moves on to district final against West Holmes at Tri-Valley High School, March 3rd, 7PM

Camb: Molly Ritz 17 pts, Carly Kehn 15 pts, Brandy Simpson 14 pts

Girls Division II Sectional Final @ OU...

February 24, 2010 - 5:51pm
4 years 25 weeks ago

The dream of an event center in downtown Zanesville is alive once again.

Today Mayor Howard Zwelling told members of the Zanesville Community Improvement Corporation Board that developers are interested in working with the city to make Potter's Alley a reality.

"I think it's a sign that the economy is turning around and that the developers and contractors, who have done very little in the past year or two are looking around now and looking for a project," said Mayor...

February 22, 2010 - 11:16pm
4 years 26 weeks ago

Playoff Basketball-- Girls Division II at Coshocton High School

John Glenn 34 Zanesville 65

Zanesville advances to play West Holmes Feb 26th @ Coshocton High School

Zanes: Shiloh Murphy 22 pts, Kailee Howe 12 pts, Madison Baldwin 10 pts

JG: Kelli Brock 11 pts

Girls Division ii at OU East

Coshocton 27 Cambridge  52

Cambridge advances to play Lisbon Beaver Feb 26th @OU East

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February 22, 2010 - 10:00pm
4 years 25 weeks ago

With only five weeks until the final 2010 budget for the City of Zanesville must be in place, council Monday decided furloughs may officially be an option.

An ordinance passed allowing council the authorization to implement a furlough system.

"Should council take one of the options that include furlough days, and should the bargaining units and volunteers and so forth come forth and contract with the administration to accept the furlough days, then and...

February 19, 2010 - 11:31pm
4 years 26 weeks ago

Boys Basketball

Zanesville 49 Wheeling Park 59

-- Tanner Gibson (Zanes): 16 pts; Bubby Goodwin (WP): 28 pts

Maysville 39 Tri-Valley 47

-- Clay Cameron (TV) 20 pts; Max Huddleston (Mays): 16 pts

West Muskingum 57 Sheridan 60

-- Jacob Horsley (Sher): 27 pts; Troy Sweeney (Sher): 17 pts; Jordan Wilson (West): 19 pts

Morgan 36 New Lexington 57

-- Jacob Kozad (NL): 27 pts...

February 19, 2010 - 12:34am
4 years 26 weeks ago

H.S. Girls Basketball:

D-II Sectional @ Alexander:

Sheridan: 60

Gallia Academy: 56

Kristy Swinehart (S) 20 pts

-Sheridan advances to play Saturday at 2:45 pm

 

New Lexington: 48

Fairfield Union: 43

Martha Kunkler (NL) 16 pts

Sara Murry (NL) 11 pts

-New Lexington advances to play...

February 13, 2010 - 5:57pm
4 years 27 weeks ago

Boys Basketball

Zanesville 39 Warren Harding 53

-- Raheem Foreman (Zanes): 14 pts; Cole Carpenter (Zanes): 12 pts

Rosecrans 57 Morgan 38

-- Aaron Parry (Rose): 15 pts, 10 rebs; Zack Hill (Rose): 13 pts, 10 rebs; Zak Smith (Morg): 13 pts

Tri-Valley 48 Philo 34

Maysville 54 Jonathan Alder 56

-- Brandon Ray (Mays): 11 pts

Buckeye Trail 65 Cambridge 48

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February 8, 2010 - 9:30pm
4 years 28 weeks ago

Two ordinances relating to the city of Zanesville's 2010 budget are tabled for two weeks.

The first ordinance would allow the administration to implement a furlough system for city employees.

The second ordinance refers to establishing pay, benefit and employment policies for unaffiliated employees.

Chairman of the Budget Committee David Tarbert recommended the ordinances be tabled because the issues haven't been discussed.

A Ways and Means Committee meeting was...

February 5, 2010 - 6:20pm
4 years 28 weeks ago


The city of Zanesville has a plan of attack to battle this snow storm.

As soon as it began snowing, Zanesville's seven plow and salt trucks hit the roads. The main roads will be cleared first and then the side streets.

"It will be salt at first and then if it gets to the 6 to 8 inches they will be plowing. It is the perfect temperature, but it is also a good temperature for the salt to work and the salt works well down into the 20s," says Mayor Howard Zwelling....

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