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July 24, 2005 - 12:31am
7 years 6 weeks ago
The bands were jamming and the people were dancing tonight in downtown Zanesville.

As local residents showed their care and concern for others.

The annual jam at the landing is a major sponsor for the American Cancer Society.

Bringing together local residents to eat, play games, and listen to music.
Publicity chair, Lee Ann Brune tells us just how important this event is.

"This event raised over 15,000 dollars last year and also helped...
July 23, 2005 - 12:40pm
7 years 6 weeks ago
It was a blood fest, literally, at a local F.O.P Lodge, as some local hero’s set out to save lives.

Today marked the 4th annual Guns...
July 23, 2005 - 12:30pm
7 years 6 weeks ago
A local town is set to celebrate a big birthday, and the festivities include a trip back in time.

Old Washington turned 200 years old today, and some historical events were planned for the big event. According to Old Washington committee member, Edwin Wagstaff, excitement leading up to today’s event was contagious. “We’ve gotten a lot of help from a lot of people, not only from this town, but from surrounding areas. There’s a lot of people who have lived here at one time or...
July 22, 2005 - 2:39pm
7 years 6 weeks ago
A local movie theatre is getting closer to being completed, and neighboring businesses can’t wait for its doors to open.

The new Cinemark Theatre is inching closer to completion. The state-of-the-art movie complex recently took over the old Lazarus building at Colony Square Mall, and crews are now working diligently to get the project completed.

Marketing director for Colony Square Mall, Kevin Pinson, says Cinemak will soon take over the building to get the project...
July 22, 2005 - 2:29pm
7 years 6 weeks ago
The London terror attacks may have occurred halfway around the world, but some local residents are feeling the effects right here in Zanesville.

Floyd Denton remembers World War II like it was yesterday. As a veteran of war himself, he sees the recent attacks as a scare tactic. “What they’re trying to do is prove to all the people that want peace in this world, that they are not going to let it happen. The only reason there are terrorist attacks is to command attention and...
July 22, 2005 - 2:21pm
7 years 6 weeks ago
The weather is getting warmer and warmer, and it could be a problem for some people.

Heatstroke occurs when the body is unable to compensate and properly cool itself. Under normal circumstances, the body cools itself by sweating, but under certain conditions, sweating just isn’t enough.

According to Dr. Vicki Whitacre of the health department, you should take precautions when planning outdoor activities, especially in the summer. “Stay out of the sun. Don’t work to...
July 22, 2005 - 11:20am
7 years 6 weeks ago
With the recent attacks on London, officials say an attack can happen anywhere, including here in Southeastern Ohio.

Zanesville Fire Chief Dave Lacy says it’s not out of the question to think something may happen in this area, and he urges local residents to be aware of their surroundings at all times. Lacy adds that no city is immune from an attack, especially one that appeals to traveling terrorists.

“Normally, we wouldn’t think of Zanesville as being a location they...
July 22, 2005 - 11:02am
7 years 6 weeks ago
The Muskingum County Sheriff’s Office today released the name of the man who was found dead in a field on Thursday.

Detective Fred Curry says it was 54-year-old James Stein of Fredrickstown in Knox County.

Curry says Stein was found in a field near Duncan Falls.

No foul play was suspected at the time the body was discovered.

Today the detective say the victim suffered a heart attack.
July 21, 2005 - 5:42pm
7 years 6 weeks ago
The oldest tournament in Muskingum County keeps getting bigger as local residents take to the course to raise money for a cure.

Avid golfers and those who just want to have fun and raise money for a good cause spent their day at Jaycees golf course in Zanesville for the 32nd annual Muskingum County Men's golf Championship.

Event Organizers say the tournament plays a major role in raising money for cancer education and research.

"We're very proud of it, it's...
July 21, 2005 - 4:51pm
7 years 6 weeks ago
Officials at a local shelter are thanking volunteers and local residents as the organization breaks every record ever held in 46 years of operation.

The highest number of animals to ever be adopted out of Muskingum County Animal Shelter since it opened in 1959 took place this June.

On average 300-320 dogs and cats are adopted out of the shelter each month but last month an overwhelming 533 were placed in homes.

Executive Director of the Animal Shelter, Larry...
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