The two men arrested last week for their alleged involvement in a shooting on South Luck Avenue appeared in Zanesville Municipal Court Friday.
According to court documents, 20-year-old Ryan Saxton and 19-year-old Daniel Gause, both of Zanesville, were arrested last Wednesday afternoon, after a shooting at 1040 South Luck in which 25-year-old Aaron Willett was hit with a bullet. The two men fled and were caught in the same area of the shooting.
The Muskingum County Sheriff’s Office has been hot on the tail of a mountain lion for at least a month now.
There have been a total of 19 sightings from area residents in Muskingum County and surrounding counties. The sheriff’s office is now in process of finding specifically trained dogs to sniff out the animal and run the big cat up a tree.
A veterinarian from the Wilds is on call with a tranquilizer gun if they get a chance to get the animal cornered. A goat, a...
2003 was a good year for tourism in Muskingum County.
In a recent study done by the State of Ohio, Muskingum County has some pretty impressing statistics measuring the importance of tourism in our area.
President of the Zanesville-Muskingum County Chamber of Commerce Tom Poorman says, “The estimated impact of traveling to Muskingum County is $255 million. That’s a significant chunk of the local economy. So, we really benefit from visitors and guest visiting our attractions...
Pretty soon school starts and we all know buying school supplies can put a dent in your bank account.
Hundreds of people lined up to get a free backpack loaded with plenty of goodies.
Supervisor of Muskingum County Children Services Jeff Nezbeth says, “in addition to the book bags we the health department is here giving free immunization shots. The dental department is here giving free tooth brushes.”
The event is normally held at the fairgrounds, but because of...
Another beautiful day to head out to the Muskingum County Blue Ribbon Fair.
And it seems like that’s exactly what the local community is doing. Every year they calculate the total number of people who came to the fair and so far the numbers are up from last year.
Treasurer Don Jordan says, “So far this year Sunday and Monday both we’ve been on the plus side. Sunday we were up 928 more attending than previous years and yesterday it was up 1300 so far it looks real good.”...