Talking with local residents, we received reaction to President Bush’s win.
Kyle Jones says he voted for Bush. “Bush started this war and I guess I picked him because I knew he would finish it out, if you’re wining a baseball game you can’t change pitchers in the middle of the game, and I guess that’s how I decided.
Other residents said moral issues including abortion and same-sex marriage were key issues with Bush winning the election.
One of the biggest local races in Muskingum County Tuesday night centered on Muskingum County Common Pleas Court.
And Kelly Cottrill defeated Howard Zwelling for the position. Zwelling stood on a platform of experience. Cottrill says his stand on tough crime put him over the top with voters because people in the community want to feel safe.
Cottrill says he’s encouraged and excited to start his new position in this county. Ohio Common Pleas Judges serve a...
Although we’re not even a week past Halloween, the annual Christmas parade in South Zanesville is rapidly approaching.
This year’s parade is on Sunday November 21t. Parade Chairman Dee Dee Dodson says this year will be even better than year’s past.
“It’s going to be bigger and better because bigger corporations bigger businesses, but it can be the smallest business it could be an independent you don’t even have to be a business you can just want to have a great time,”...
One local issue that passed with flying colors last night was the Rambo Health Clinic levy.
Cindy Harrison, Administrator for Rambo, says many will benefit from the money.
“With the levy passing, it means that Rambo will be here to provide all of our free programs and services to Muskingum County residents for another 5 years and we just want to take this opportunity, on behalf of the board of directors, the staff and myself, to say thank you so much.”