Contestants for the Miss Southeast Ohio Competition took part in a workshop session today.
The girls worked on their talent presentations, interview skills and on-stage preparations for the show in January. “Today we hope to get all the girls bugs out. They have their first opportunity to perform on stage at Secrest Auditorium, which for any amateur talent is sometimes nerve-wracking,” commented Pageant Director Vicki LeVeck.
Pets are a popular gift for the holidays, but sometimes the owner and pet aren’t right for each other.
This can have serious psychological effects on the pet. “They get depressed. They don’t want to eat, they want a family. They don’t want to be alone, they just want their couch back,” said Stacey Sucky of The Animal Shelter Society.
The Animal Shelter says that most of the time people do not realize how much work a pet can be and end up returning it after a week....
An increase in car break-ins is common with the holiday shopping season, and law enforcement officials warn that although cases in Zanesville have dropped over the years, people still have to be careful.
“If they can se it their going to break the glass and steal it,” says Sergeant Floyd Lemmon of the Zanesville Police Department.
Along with keeping cars locked, and keeping items in their bags, officials offered these tips for people who like to take items to their...
A gas leak forced about 30 people to evacuate their homes tonight, after a gas line ruptured on Snake Hallow Road, Township Road 445, in Crooksville.
“A six inch medium pressure gas line has had a rupture and we had to evacuate a quarter mile in each direction,” said Fred Redfern for the Crooksville Fire Department. “We have the area secured and we’re waiting on the gas company to come and take care of the problem.”
Firefighters sent evacuees to the Crooksville Fire...