Despite the cold weather people came out this morning to support a good cause. The Muskingum Christian Academy sponsored a pancake breakfast at Applebee’s. Tickets sold for five dollars at the door. Amy McDaniel, the athletic director says with their students so active in the community this is a really great way to spend five dollars. “Our student athletes participate a lot in non-profit organizations, they do a lot of volunteer work for them. They help the community in numerous other ways...
The New Year is bringing in new economic developments to the downtown Zanesville area.
Manager of Zanesville Downtown Association, Dana Matz says some of the new projects include renovation the former Montgomery Ward building for commercial use and a new Rite Aid Pharmacy will be built in the Army Navy lot.
Matz says the Rite Aid Pharmacy will be one of the first to get underway. He says these projects will be an advantage to the city since downtown is a central location...
“My Name is Earl” fans gathered at The Barn on Thursday night to support the show’s new night on WHIZ. And complete with muttonchops, a flannel and a mustache, Earl clones waited to hear the results of the Earl Look Alike contest. And the winner… Kyle Shackelford.
He says he doesn’t look like Earl all the time, but he just might keep the look.
“This might be a new trend for me…. I’m not sure…. No I’ll shave it off,” Shackelford said.