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September 13, 2009 - 3:24pm
6 years 32 weeks ago
The Granville Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol is still investigating a three car crash in Licking County that injured five people.

It happened near the intersection of US 16 and Maren Road yesterday.

The Granville Post says one car was at the intersection, getting ready to turn northbound, another car was traveling westbound on US 16, and a third car was traveling south on Maren Road, crossing US 16.

Three drivers and four passenger were involved in...
September 12, 2009 - 10:54pm
6 years 32 weeks ago
We've all seen the images that ensued on September 11th, 2001, but most of us have no idea what it was like to live through them.

A special group got the chance tonight though to listen firsthand to a man who was in the North Tower of the World Trade Center on that fateful day.

George Sleigh spoke at the Coshocton County Career Center, telling the audience his story of survival.

He says seeing pictures or watching video of that day still shakes him up....
September 12, 2009 - 5:09pm
6 years 32 weeks ago
Local girl scout are promoting safety and community awareness.

The girl scouts from Maysville and Philo/Duncan Falls School Districts held a safety fair at the South Zanesville K-Mart. They partnered with State Farm and the Carr Center.

"Well we really want the community to know that health and safety, safety as in getting your car seats inspected or learning about fire safety, we have the smoke house out here from Newton Township, that safety is really important and...
September 12, 2009 - 4:56pm
6 years 32 weeks ago
People at Brighton Presbyterian Church are reaping the rewards of their hard work.

In the spring, the church held a plant and seed giveaway. Many in the congregation said their gardens were successful.

"So we invited people to come back bring food from their garden and we will have pork and sides and there is information on putting your garden to bed and planting for next year. So just a way of finishing the gardening season," says Suellen Skinner the Pastor at Brighton...
September 12, 2009 - 4:51pm
6 years 32 weeks ago
Today local families got to experience life down on the farm.

The 15th annual Farm City Day took over the Muskingum County Fairgrounds. While there were vendors, live music and games, the star of the show was the beef.

*CG score Mark Mechling

OSU Extension
"We want to emphasize the importance of beef cattle to the economy. A lot of people don't realize Muskingum County is one of the top, if not the top, producing county in terms of feeder calves in Ohio....
September 12, 2009 - 4:44pm
6 years 32 weeks ago
Even though swine flu shots may be available in October, many organizations are taking extra precautions, including Catholic churches.

The Archdiocese of Columbus is informing all it's churches to step up their hygiene practices to prevent the spread of swine flu in churches. While priests already wash their hands before and during mass, people are being given the option not to drink from the cup.

"When it first came out, when swine flu first was recognized, we stopped...
September 12, 2009 - 4:29pm
6 years 32 weeks ago
Traffic was briefly restricted to one lane Saturday afternoon on Maple Avenue.

A red Chevy, Monte Carlo hit a Jeep leaving Whit's Custard before striking a telephone pole.

"We have one vehicle that was stopped here at Whit's ready to make a turn and another vehicle, a Chevy Monte Carlo, and at this point we are not sure why she (the Chevy driver) went off the edge of the road, but she went off the right side and struck the Jeep Liberty that was waiting here to turn," tells...
September 12, 2009 - 3:58pm
6 years 32 weeks ago
A Hocking County man is being held at the Southeast Ohio Regional Jail after authorities say he was caught videotaping people in his bathroom.

The Hocking County Sheriff's Office says it found over 200 tapes in Jim Reed's home, after a 13-year-old boy living with Reed tipped authorities off.

They say the videotaping has been going on for more than a decade.

Reed faces two counts of pandering sexually oriented material, involving an adult and a child, one...
September 11, 2009 - 11:45pm
6 years 32 weeks ago
Zanesville 28
Wheeling Park 0

Philo 36
New Lexington 16

Miller 0
Crooksville 32

Frontier 28
Buckeye Trail 21

Barnesville 16
Caldwell 20

Johnstown 42
Lakewood 6

Coshocton 41
West Holmes 17

Fisher Catholic 0
Newark Catholic 61

Sheridan 45
John Glenn 14

West Muskingum 19
Tri-Valley 35

Strasburg 7
Rosecrans 28

Morgan 7
September 11, 2009 - 11:29pm
6 years 32 weeks ago
It's a unique living experience for senior citizens; one that offers downtown living plus an instant social life.

Friday afternoon, Pollock Apartments on Market Street in Zanesville held an open house to show off what they have to offer. A list that includes never before lived in units, a community room where residents socialize together, and security, "All of our outside entrances are secure. You have to be buzzed in by a tenant if you're coming to visit," said Betty Buker Pollock...
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