We have a winner!!! The 2004 Y-city Star is Justy Christian. The panel of celebrity judges, and the 4th judge, (the public) voted and tonight crowned Justy the winner.
Justy will receive a $1000 cash prize, a professional 3-song demo recording CD and tons of other prizes. Justy says her faith gave her inspiration, along with so much support from her family and friends and co-workers.
The top 20 finalists performed tonight at a packed Seacrest Auditorium. Over 1,800 came...
The national panel looking into the September 11th attacks released its findings Thursday, and curious readers can sift through the near-500 page document themselves….
A paperback edition of the entire report is available at bookstores nationwide for $10.00. However you may have to wait to read the findings…Dodi Bessent, Manager of the Zanesville Waldenbooks says her store sold out of the copies quickly.
Bessent adds that now people are able to add their names to a...
The Muskingum County Sheriff’s Office is announcing ten new employees to their staff. The 10 new hires will be working at the brand new work release building on Adamsville Rd.
The new hires will serve as resident monitors for the non-violent offenders staying at the facility. Sheriff Stephenson says these new workers are currently going through an intense training period before starting their new positions.
The resident monitors will be unarmed, because the building...
A good education is important for all children, but a new study is saying the State needs to beef up support for children in foster care to prevent future problems.
You’ve heard the old story before: kid goes to foster care, kids ends up running away and living on the streets. Well a new study out is saying State agencies need to do more to make sure children in foster care succeed in school to prevent these situations from becoming a reality.