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...
From walkers to runners, everyone was out today at the seventh annual EcoThon at the Wilds.
Director of communications, Larry Fletcher says “somewhere between 850-900 people came today to run or walk three to six miles on courses that cover trails through the woods, grass and certainly a lot of mud.”
People from all ages and all-over enjoyed the event.
The Zanesville Muskingum County Port Authority has some good economic development news. Muskingum County will soon be home to what are called the world’s largest printing machines.
Linear Color Corporation will soon be building a 100,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility in the East Pointe Industrial Park. Inventor and founder of Linear Color, Tad Nakanishi will be bringing the world’s largest and fastest machines, here, specializing in billboard printing.