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May 17, 2002 - 4:10pm
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This is the second fire in Southeatern Ohio this week, and now left a family without a home. Friday morning a fire on North LaSalle started in the basement of the Garvin home. Fire crews from South Zanesville, Zanesville, and Newton worked together to stop the blaze. No one was inside the home at the time of the fire. The cause is unknown as of now. A neighbor noticed smoke coming from a back window of the home at 9:00 a.m. and immediately called 9-1-1.
May 17, 2002 - 5:35am
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The call is going out for blood. The Muskingum Valley Red Cross says there is a shortage of type O, A and B-negative blood. Red Cross donor representative Abby Corder says spring colds and other sickness led to this most recent shortage. Several bloodmobiles are planned to help with the problem. On Saturday May 18th there will be a bloodmobile at Captain D's Seafood on Maple avenue in Zanesville and at the Nashport Masonic Lodge on O'bannon road. The Red Cross says there will also be a...
May 17, 2002 - 5:11am
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A dedication is planned on Monday May 20th for a senior housing revitilization project in Zanesville. Congressman Bob Ney announced the completion of the 2.7 million dollar renovation to the historic Harper-Cosgrove building in Zanesville. Congressman Ney will join Zanesville Mayor Jack Fenton and representatives from the Muskingum County Community Action Agency and others to dedicate the new facility. Ney "says there is a shortage of affordable housing for our growing senior citizens...
May 16, 2002 - 9:51pm
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Numerous television programs, radio formats and newspapers - that's the way of american media, how is media in other countries such as Russia?
Russian visitors to southeastern Ohio shared the differences between the two cultures. Natalya Yuzhanina says the radio formats in Russia are very similar to the U.S. AM and FM formats. But television programming is mostly limited to movies and news....Yuzhanina also says media advertising is very different in Russia. While meeting with WHIZ...
May 16, 2002 - 9:47pm
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Guernsey County is receiving money to guard against terrorist attacks. The area is the first in the state to receive money as part of federal and state homeland security efforts. Lt. Gov., Maureen O'Conner along with State Emergency Management Director, Dale Shipley, presented a check for 36 thousand dollars to the Guernsey County Emergency Management Agency. The money will be used for anti-terrorist efforts including first response equipment and communication...
May 16, 2002 - 5:51am
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An area man is currently recovering at Ohio State Universtiy Medical Center from injuries sustained in an accident involving a train in Coshocton county. It happened on Wednesday. The Coshocton county sheriff's office says that 33-year-old Matthew Lingo of West Lafayette
was run over by a train near an area known as the "Red Sea" in the Coshocton county area. Deputies say that Lingo was in the process of switching train cars when his foot was run over by one of the train's wheels....
May 16, 2002 - 5:40am
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The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating an emergency landing that took place early Thursday morning on I-70 near the Pickerington exit. The Lancaster post of the highway patrol says it happened around 3:15 in the morning. A small plane carrying a pilot and a passenger ran out of gas and landed on the interstate, almost hitting a cruiser from the Fairfield county sheriff's office. One lane of traffic was blocked after the plane landed. No injuries have been reported. The Federal...
May 16, 2002 - 5:31am
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The move is on to bring an old park back to its former glory. Spangler park once located on the corner of Woodlawn and Muskingum avenues in Putnam used to be a thing of beauty and grace. The park once boasted water fountains, grand landscaping and sculptured handrails. Today there are no traces of the park that once was. The only thing left is trash. But now a husband and wife team wants to change that. Bart and Kate Hagermeyer, who have lived in the area for 13 years are working to change...
May 16, 2002 - 5:25am
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A local church is celebrating 150 years of service to the community. Duncan Falls Presbyterian Church was built in the mid-1800's. The church has around 65 loyal members which is a great accomplishment for the small Muskingum county town. A special church service is planned for Sunday and the church is going to dedicate it's new sign that was recently built near the entrance.
May 16, 2002 - 5:21am
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Some of Zanesville's most prominent citizens were taken to jail on Wednesday. No, it was not a big drug bust, but rather for a good cause....to fight Muscular dystrophy. Dennis Hamm, district director for the Muscular Dystrophy
Association says the jailbirds must raise money in the form of pledges before they are released. The event, which continues on Thursday is being held at the Zanesville-Muskingum County Welcome Center. Last year over 40-thousand dollars was raised.
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