A sense of closure tonight for the family of John Mumaw as his body was found near the Blue Rock area.
Last Tuesday, his family reported the 43 year old was missing and a search began. Crews from the Muskingum County Sheriff’s Office as well as cadaver dogs and divers combed through the Muskingum River, looking for Mumaw, but were unsuccessful until last night.
“It was a resident that found Mr. Mumaw in front of their residence tangled up some debris,” says Capt. Mark...
Aviation can either be a hobby or a profession, and one local airport wants to show those interested in flying how to get involved with planes. They are hosting a fly-in to raise money for an important program.
Riverside Airport is hosting a pancake breakfast this weekend to raise money for the Experimental Aircraft Association.
Chuck Bruckelmeyer is a member of EAA. He says the association is gearing more toward the younger generation, so they can get involved with...
Some area school kids are speaking out against tobacco.
Today, sixth and seventh graders at West Muskingum Middle School made T-Shirts to warn the public about the dangers of tobacco use. One of those students, Elizabeth Sandlund, shares her reason for taking a stand. “We believe that smoking isn’t right and that it’s just not killing you but it’s killing us too. If we show that we’re against tobacco maybe more people will follow.”
Sheriff Bob Stephenson recently launched a new internet based technology service, which will keep the county’s citizens better informed of the whereabouts of registered sex offenders. According to Stephenson, “These data bases were formerly only for law enforcement and now they have been open to the public. We think this is going to be great for daycare centers, for churches and for the public.”
This new service will provide citizens with access to the names, physical descriptions...