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October 26, 2003 - 9:13pm
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Ohio State Patrol officers say the rain may have contributed to another accident on I-70 today. Around one o’clock on I-70 westbound, troopers said a jeep went off the left side of the highway, striking the embankment in the median. Trooper Russ McDonald of the Ohio State Patrol said the jeep appeared to have rolled several times. The accident caused lots of backup, closing one lane of traffic. Trooper McDonald said the driver and passenger, whose names are not known at this time were taken...
October 26, 2003 - 1:02am
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According to the Muskignum County Sheriff’s Office, the robbery happened shortly before 7 p.m. on October 25th. A lone gunman walked into the Red Head gas station, which is located on 436 Main Street in Duncan Falls, and robbed the store, he then fled on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash. No one was injured in the incident, however officers need your help in apprehending the robber. He is described as a younger white male; he stands about six feet tall. At the time of the robbery he was...
October 26, 2003 - 12:56am
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An analysis by the Dayton Daily News has found reports of assaults against Peace Corps volunteers around the world more than doubled form 1991 to 2002. Nearly 70 percent of the assaults were committed against women. In a story prepared for October 26 editions, the daily news says records form a Peace Corps database show that assault cases jumped 125 percent during the eleven-year-span. The number of volunteers increased by only 29 percent. The Peace Corps says the newspaper misinterpreted the...
October 26, 2003 - 12:51am
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Fertility doctors say the rise in the number of multiple births is becoming a big problem. Doctor Mark Bidwell is a fertility doctor at Kettering Medical Center in Dayton. He says people tend to glamorize high-multiple births, but that in this field, it’s their number one problem. Multiple births are more common now than ever before. In the past six weeks, two women delivered quintuplets--that’s five babies at a Miami Valley Hospital. The rate of triplets and higher multiple births rose...
October 26, 2003 - 12:44am
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Ohio hasn’t decided whether to link its databases with an interstate anti-terrorism program. The multi-state anti-terrorism information exchange program would give law-enforcement officials a one-stop search engine of public and private records. Critics of the federally funded program say it includes too much information about law-abiding citizens. Ohio attorney general’s office Spokeswoman Kim Norris says the state has not transmitted any data. Former attorney general Betty D. Montgomery...
October 26, 2003 - 12:42am
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A consultant’s draft report is again at the office of Ohio Consumers’ Counsel Rob Tongren, after it was discarded in July. The report made recommendations on how much Akron-based Firstenergy Corporation should be allowed to recover from what it spent on nuclear power facilities before the electricity market was deregulated in 2001. Tongren’s decision to keep the findings from the public during Ohio’s deregulation debate in 1999 and 2000 and his office’s destruction of the draft report last...
October 25, 2003 - 9:39pm
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A local church spends the evening with food, prizes and lots of fun. The South Zanesville Church of the Nazarene held their annual hog roast this evening on the church grounds. For $3 per person or $8 per family, attendees got all the barbeque food they could eat including: hog, turkey and all the fixin’s. Also included in the festivities, a cake walk. This is a unique game where the winner ends up with a homemade dessert. All the proceeds are going towards building a worship and...
October 24, 2003 - 10:38pm
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The former superintendent of Muskingum Valley Schools was honored today for his contributions to education in this area. The Muskingum Valley Educational Service Center officially dedicated their new learning center in James Mahoney’s name. The new facility will benefit Southeastern Ohio Schools by enabling students to connect to other local area schools via a T.V. signal and phone line. In total the learning center project will cost around 1-hundred thousand dollars.
October 24, 2003 - 10:31pm
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A special groundbreaking ceremony was held today in Zanesville for the Greenwood Revitalization Project. It’s been three years since the initial project began. Today several officials took to the podium to speak about the project and how it will benefit our area. Among the speakers included Congressman Bob Ney. The project will cost over two-and-a-half-million dollars. Once its complete there will be 23 new houses sitting on Greenwood Avenue. The project is scheduled to be complete by the end...
October 24, 2003 - 9:54pm
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New from Morgan County: at approximately noon Friday the Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant in Bloom Township. According to Sheriff Thomas Jenkins, the warrant was the product of an on-going investigation into drug trafficking in the county. A 54-year-old man was taken into custody, and is facing multiple charges of felony drug trafficking. While deputies were on scene, five other arrests were made in connection to drugs. Formal charges will be filed Monday through the County...
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