The Holiday Hometown Cooking Show is right around the corner, and if you haven’t purchased your ticket yet, don’t miss your opportunity to not only learn some tasty dishes, but to bring home some great prizes as well.
According to Whiz Media Group Marketing Director, Danny Maxwell, the prizes to be given away are well worth the ticket price. “We have a lot of gift certificates to area restaurants, we’ll have door prizes, as well as autographed Buckeyes and Blue Jackets memorabilia...
Democratic candidate for Ohio Governor, Ted Strickland, visited Zanesville and Cambridge today.
As a child of Appalachia, the Congressman says he feels he is a viable option for the position.
Citing school funding reform, the need for job creation, and better health care programs, Congressman Strickland spoke to supporters. "I will work every day to reach those goals, and I won't give up. I'll reach out and partner with any individual or group to get it done." ...
Each year, more than 200 kids dribble, shoot, and score their way to learning valuable life lessons, and the Civic League hopes this year will be no different.
The Zanesville Civic League met with the county commissioners today to discuss funding for the youth basketball league. Funding, director Howard Stewart says, is a good investment. “It gives kids something to do in the cold months. We have mentor programs that keep an eye on the kids’ grades and if they keep their grades up...
Zanesville City Schools are ready to break ground; again.
The school board met today to discuss the efforts already underway to build 5 new schools around Zanesville.
According to school board president, Anne Hoffer, the only thing holding the board up is money. “As far as when we can start breaking ground depends on when we can get funding. We’re hoping to obtain funding soon, so we can have the projects completed by 2009.”
Enrollees in the Starlight Industries Program really brought home the bacon today. In an effort to help Hurricane Katrina victims, they brought in change and held hot dog sales to raise money to donate to the Red Cross.
But their real motivation? They got to see their superintendent kiss a pig. Sandy Knicely of Starlight Industries says they also got to see their check for over $1,000 handed over to a Red Cross representative.
The sounds of music flooded Brown Chapel at Muskingum College tonight as the Southeastern Ohio Symphony Orchestra kicked off their 32nd season with a captivating concert.
As the Southeastern Ohio Symphony Orchestra Conductor, Laura Schumann, explained, the concert featured a very special guest from across the ocean. “We have a tenor that is a native Texan, but he currently sings opera in Germany. He was here two years ago and he’s with us again to sing popular music, Broadway show...