It’s a beautiful flower for an important cause and every year in March the American Cancer Society hopes to get closer to a cure by selling daffodils for research and programs for cancer survivors and patients.
Volunteers from the cancer society will be selling daffodils at both Pick N Save and Wal-mart locations tomorrow in Zanesville.
With the spring season almost here, also looms the threat of tornados, so starting this Wednesday morning at 9:50 am, and every 2nd and 4th Wednesday through November, the Muskingum County Emergency Agency will be testing their sirens, as practice for the unexpected.
Some ways you and your family can prepare for a tornado are developing a disaster plan, which includes a meeting place and a contact person, and having a family disaster kit which includes a 3 day supply of food, first...
A very big Happy Birthday wish goes out to a local woman who celebrated her 107th birthday this week. Today, her family threw her a party.
Lillie Cottrell was born on March 16th, 1897. Lillie has nine children. Her daughter Violet says her mom has been a hard worker her whole life. Lillie is a mom, a grandmother, a great-grandmother and a great-great grandmother. Her daughter says her long life span may be genetics; her uncle lived to be 110.
In just 3 weeks, the concealed carry law in Ohio goes into effect, and today city and county officials had a meeting with the Muskingum County Commissioners to discuss ways the public will know if a gun is allows in a building or not.
Signs will be posted on the doors of the establishments where guns will not be permitted, but Sheriff Bob Stephenson says its important for the state to come up with a universal picture and language so everyone knows what the sign means.