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January 16, 2003 - 5:18pm
5 years 38 weeks ago
A fire destroyed part of a home outside of Frazeysburg at 9345 Black Run Road. Now fire investigators continue to search for the cause of the blaze. Marvin Wheeler, chief of Frazeysburg Volunteer Fire Department, says the Muskingum County Investigation Team will continue to investigate the cause of the fire. Officials say a young male lives at the home and didn't get hurt. The fire departments were able to salvage part of the home, which holds many valuables to the owner.
January 16, 2003 - 5:03pm
5 years 38 weeks ago
For almost seven years Muskingum County, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency and the Ohio Attorney General's Office have been working on a plan to improve the county's sewer system. After the EPA and the Attorney General's Office investigated improper sewage plants in the 1990's, the county has agreed to a consent order requiring a payment of $25,000. The county also must close two of its package plants but the West Muskingum Plant will remain open for the time being. Next tuesday a...
January 16, 2003 - 5:26am
5 years 38 weeks ago
The Coshocton county sheriff’s department says a second suspect will now be charged in a double shooting that occurred early Monday morning on Chestnut street in Coshocton. Deputies say Joshua Klein, who investigators think is a co-conspirator in the case, is being charged with attempted murder. 18-year-old Michael Shane was also charged earlier this week with attempted murder. Both men are being held in the connection with the shooting of 18-year-old Candice Darling of Coshocton and 22-year...
January 16, 2003 - 5:20am
5 years 38 weeks ago
Two Muskingum county robbery suspects appeared in Muskingum county common pleas court on Wednesday. 20-year-old Chaise King of Zanesville and 24-year-old Tony Buechner of Norwich entered not guilty pleas to one count of complicity to aggravated robbery with a firearm specification and one count of misdmeanor theft. The two are suspects in the robbery of the Duncan Falls BP gas station on December 2nd of last year. They could face up to 13 years in prison if convicted.
January 16, 2003 - 5:16am
5 years 38 weeks ago
A man accused of kidnapping a local cab driver could face up to 20 years in prison if convicted. 22-year-old Matthew Rupe of Bidwell entered not guilty pleas Wednesday to one count of aggravated robbery and two counts of abduction. On New Year’s Eve, Rupe was arrested after he allegedly kidnapped the cab driver and another passenger. He is being held on 100-thousand dollars bond.
January 16, 2003 - 5:10am
5 years 38 weeks ago
There is a new program to help you buy that dream home. The Ohio Housing Finance Association is introducing a program that will allow home loan applicants to receive a 20-percent tax credit. Century National Bank Vice President Bruce Kolopajlo says it’s a great program that will allow people that want to build a new home to get lower interest rates. He says for example: a loan applicant would typically pay six-percent for a 30-year fixed mortgage. If they purchase a home within the sale...
January 16, 2003 - 5:06am
5 years 38 weeks ago
The city of Coshocton is moving up when it comes to higher education. For year, Coshocton residents have relied on the Central Ohio Technical College, Ohio State-Newark branch, and Muskingum College for their higher education needs. But resident no longer have to make the drive because the Coshocton Education Center has opened its doors. The center features the services of a number of universities under one roof. The center offers Associate’s, Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree programs.
January 16, 2003 - 5:02am
5 years 38 weeks ago
Zanesville police are looking for a suspect who reportedly stole a woman’s car, while she was shopping in a local store. Zanesville officer Bill Shaw says the suspect is described as five-feet-nine to five-feet-ten inches tall, and in his early 20s. He was wearing a black coat with yellow coloring. Lt. Shaw says the suspect stole the woman’s car when she left it running and went into Richey’s market. Police say they pulled the suspect over on Dryden road and he then fled. The suspect was...
January 15, 2003 - 12:08pm
5 years 38 weeks ago
The Morgan county economy is taking another hit. A local plant has announced that it’s closing. Gould, which makes cooper foil for electronic circuitry will be going out of business. Plant officials told employees about the issue this week. Morgan county economic development specialist Jeff Shaner says Gould has had three or four major job cuts in the last two years. At its peak the company employed 215 people. This final layoff will affect around 65 workers.
January 15, 2003 - 5:36am
5 years 38 weeks ago
America will honor one of its greatest historical figures on Monday, Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Locally, the Martin Luther King Jr. scholarship foundation will be hosting its annual prayer breakfast. The breakfast not only is to honor the memory of King, it’s also a scholarship ceremony for outstanding area minority students and a presentation for outstanding community members. Since the inception of the event over 63 scholarships have been awarded. The breakfast is scheduled for Monday...
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