Small cities like Zanesville and Cambridge are constantly trying to develop, and one man has set out to help them.
Author Jack Schultz gave a presentation at the Pritchard Laughlin Civic Center in Cambridge today. Just like in his book “Boom Town: USA” Schultz outlined seven and a half keys to make small towns successful.
People like Brett Peach of Cambridge’s Main Street program are trying to put Schultz’s tips to use.
Prices at the pump have been a headache for most drivers lately, with the average here in Zanesville jumping close to $3.00 a gallon.
Now Congressman Bob Ney is calling on Congress to address the continued rise in gas prices.
Ney stopped at the John and Annie Glenn Museum in New Concord for a tour, and spoke about the letter he wrote to the House Energy and Commerce Committee. He asked that they bring oil company executives before Congress.
It’s a disease that virtually disappeared from sight after doctors started giving out the MMR vaccine, but now Mumps is back with as many as 800 cases being reported across ten different midwestern states,
No one in Muskingum County has the Mumps yet, but that doesn’t mean you’re safe.
Health Department Director Dr. Vicki Whitacre says it only takes one person to start an outbreak, and although most kids are required to get the vaccine twice, it’s not one- hundred percent...