It’s way to help re-build the city of Slidell without ever picking up a hammer instead they’ll be using microphones.
“Let The Good Times Roll” is more than just the name of the production, it is what John Kunkel and his nearly 60 person production hope to do next weekend, when they take a full musical performance down to Slidell.
Mayor Butch Zwelling says he thinks a little music and dancing is just what the people of Slidell need.
It’s a nationwide campaign the government hopes will raise awareness on the roadways, “Click it or Ticket.” Local troopers are gearing up for its kick-off.
A new study shows that close to 48 million Americans aren’t wearing their seatbelts, and with a holiday weekend right around the corner, Lieutenant David Lee says it’s important to get the word out to travelers before they hit the highways.
“We want everyone to get where they’re going safely, everybody having a great...
A summer in Zanesville wouldn’t be complete without Gus Macker Basketball and today with less than a month to go the sponsors gathered at the Muskingum County Welcome Center to see the tournaments progress.
Dana Matz, Downtown Association; “We are just real excited, we’ve got the corporate sponsors here the special event sponsors and the committee, and the committee does a great job.”
With over 600 teams already signed up, Matz says they are on their way to another...
Some exceptional students were recognized at Tri-Valley Middle School.
Eighty-six seventh and eighth graders became members of the National Junior Honor Society. The induction included a lighting of seven candles that represent the characteristics of an Honor Society member, including scholarship and leadership.
New inductee Kelsey Dotson says it’s not an easy organization to get into.
“We had to have a 3.5 PGA to be in the Honor Society and...