It was a celebration of American freedom tonight in Adamsville. Mayor Ellen Merriam says this year’s service was especially important with area soldiers overseas.
State Representative Jim Aslinides and Muskingum County Commissioner Don Madden were the featured speakers. Merriam says she loves to organize this service for her community because although they are small in size, Adamsville is big in heart.
The American Celebration Day is every year the last Sunday in June.
Two thousand years ago, Native Americans were erecting massive ceremonial mounds; so perfect in geometry and architecture that archaeologist Chris Scare included the Newark Earthworks in his book as one of the 70 wonders of the ancient world.
85 % of the Newark Earthworks are exactly how they were two thousand years ago, and historians would it kept that way for future generations to appreciate and marvel at a world wonder so close to home.
Christ’s Table in downtown Zanesville is in the black.
It’s gotten so bad a few of their employees are holding are holding their checks so they won’t bounce.
“We have been close for a long time but this is the worst year it’s been. About three years ago I came to this community and we were really in a need they really gave and took care of us,” said Dan Kocher, President of the Board of Director’s for Christ’s...
The wilds welcomed eight ospreys also known as fish hawks today to their conservation. The large birds, only 5 weeks old, were checked by vets before heading up to their tower, built especially for them.
Kids from the Wilds Summer Camp made their nests and will feed them their favorite meal of fish for 6 weeks.
This is the second year for the Wilds have welcomed ospreys. They hope this year the birds will again migrate south, until they are of breeding age, and then fly...