The new Director for the Governor’s Office of Appalachia made a stop in Muskingum County today.
He has now been in office for three months and hopes to get people to visit the 29 Appalachian counties.
Aside from tourism, job growth is of importance to him.
Director T.J. Justice says, “I would hope that we can continue to reduce the number of Appalachian counties that are distressed. We’re down to five now and we had as many as ten to twelve a decade ago. So I...
“Our thoughts and prayers and are with the employees and their families. That’s our main concern.” Says Vikki Michalski Conesville AEP Spokesperson.
Two Conesville American Electric Power workers are in serious condition today after an ash tank exploded early Sunday morning. .
WHIZ cameras were not allowed inside the plant, however officials say the explosion happened at three o’clock Sunday morning while 55-year-old Rick Dickson and 48-year-old Greg Smathers were on duty...
You could feel the energy tonight as the top 20 finalists performed for a packed house at the Seacrest Auditorium. 1300 hundred people showed up cheering on their favorite finalist.
The past two weeks the top 20 practiced their routines for a spot in the final 8. Each performer got a chance to sing a full 4-minute song with musical background, doing everything they could think of to impress the panel of three judges, and the 4th judge, the public.
4 out of 5 car seats are installed incorrectly and yours could be too. Help is on the way. The Carr Center recently received a grant from the Ohio Department of Public Safety to raise child passenger safety awareness. The third Tuesday of every month the Carr Center along with certified child passenger safety technicians will be on hand to check you child’s car seat.
The most common mistake parent’s make is not making sure the car seat doesn’t move.