Friends and family of a Tri-Valley teen who died Sunday night are now just trying to cope with the loss. Sixteen-year-old Anthony Mitchell crashed head-on into a tree on Friday and died of his injuries.
Monday, Anthony’s best friend, Clay Hand, sat down with WHIZ’s Jasmine Lo to remember Anthony’s life. For the full story, click “Watch Video” or read below.
“He’s my motivation.”
Seventeen-year-old Clay Hand describes his best friend Anthony...
The 76th Annual Buckeye State Sheriff’s Association Conference and Exhibit is being held in Zanesville this week.
The conference usually takes place in a larger city, but this year they decided to bring the 4-day conference and exhibit to Muskingum County.
“Sheriff Stephenson proved to us that you have the facilities here in the community to put on a good show and for that reason we brought it here to Muskingum County and are glad to do so,” explains Bob...
Even though the election was only five days ago, the results are already being seen in Zanesville.
Last Tuesday, the Zanesville Fire Department’s levy passed and they wanted to show the community how grateful they are that people went to the polls and supported them. So, Sunday they held a fundraiser at Terry’s Tavern.
“Our union always gets together and supplies a certain amount of money every year. We just wanted to supplement it this year to be able to...
The recent resignation of the United States’ Secretary of Defense has raised many questions and brought the war in Iraq to the forefront.
So, we took it to the streets of Zanesville to ask veterans for their insight on Donald Rumsfeld stepping down.
“I think that it’s a good deal with Rumsfeld. He should’ve left a long time ago because I think the war in Iraq is going in the wrong direction," comments Tex Howe, Division 2 Commander of Sons of American Legion....
Talented high school muscians spent the weekend at Muskingum College immersing themselves in music.
The two-day Youthfest event culminated in a concert held today at Brown Chapel.
But Youthfest is much more than just preparing for a concert.
“We also go to classes, which is what is kind of fun about this festival, they’ll go to class in music theory, music literature and then they’ll have sessions with applied teachers,” conductor William Schlacks said. ...