Three days after a warning from her lawyer that she may kill herself, authorities at the Marysville Reformatory for Women found twenty-one-year-old Candace Vansickle of Johnstown hanging from her cell by a bed sheet.
Doctors at OSU Medical Center say Vansickle is brain dead and they are recommending she be removed from life support.
Vansickle was sentenced to eight years in prison on April 19th after pleading guilty to a series of burglaries last year.
It may seem like a small thing to do, but it will have a big effect on many people in the area and Thursday you can help Operation Feed just by eating lunch!
Heavenly Ham and the United Way have teamed up to help raise money for the local organization. Heavenly Ham owner Mike Alfman says, “for any boxed lunch we sell on Thursday, we will donate $3 of that sale to Operation Feed.”
Make sure you order all deliveries be fore April 27th. To fax you lunch order dial 454-...
Genesis Hospital has found a way to get the funding for new equipment at a lower interest rate, through the local government.
Muskingum County Commissioner, Ed Kenily, says the County is expected to reach its maximum debt of tem million dollars because of projects in the city including work at the sewer treatment plant, but the Commissioners did approve the Hospital to go to Morgan County to get the funding pass through.
“Well I believe the hospital is making improvements...
Welcome to Mustang Country where we caught up with one of Muskingum County’s top Mustang enthusiast. The Mustang made it’s original debut at the World’s Fair in New York and since then 8 million people including 73-year-old Roy Taylor and son Terry have bought Mustangs.
Together they own 17 Mustangs and have won almost 40 awards from car shows across the state.
One of his hot rods in particular, a 1964 model where he has spent alone $600 restoring it and his other prize...