Stories tagged with: Awards

February 13, 2012 - 6:59pm
3 years 41 weeks ago

Some of Zanesville's best and brightest students were recognized by the Zanesville City Schools Board of Education.

Spelling bee winners, G.O.O.D. Award recipients, as well as players and coaches from the Zanesville High School Lady Blue Devils Soccer team were all recognized during a special meeting of the Board of Education.

School Board member Anne Hoffer said the Board is proud of the achievements of students in the district.

"It's wonderful, we're always...

June 6, 2010 - 10:33pm
5 years 25 weeks ago

It's a very exciting day for us here at WHIZ. Two of our reporters received special awards from the Associated Press, which held a special luncheon this afternoon to honor journalists across the state.

Kelly Gilmartin was presented with the first place "Best Feature Reporting" award for her work on "The House on Dryden." She spoke with the homeowner back in July, who has collected more than 500 items that he displays on his front lawn.

Former reporter Katie...

May 20, 2010 - 3:24pm
5 years 27 weeks ago

A group a very special students is being recognized for their hard work.

About 40 students with multiple disabilities in kindergarten through 5th grade were honored by their teachers, recognizing their contributions and accomplishments during the school year.

"They're very excited," said teacher Kelly Wright. "As a teacher it's great to see them excited and in an arena that's not classroom driven. We like to recognize some of their social skills and some of their...

March 23, 2010 - 7:28pm
5 years 36 weeks ago

Some area students are being recognized for their academic efforts and receiving help for college.

Tonight at the 21st Annual Student Leadership Recognition Ceremony, students from Morgan, Muskingum and Coshocton counties received $500 or $1,000 awards thanks to assorted scholarships.

"These are just kids who are doing great work," said Superintendent of the MVESC Dr. Richard Murray. "We just want to recognize the work and the effort."


March 19, 2010 - 11:44am
5 years 36 weeks ago

College students aren't the only ones celebrating Spring Break.

The Zanesville Muskingum County Chamber of Commerce held its annual Spring Break breakfast banquet to not only celebrate the season but to rejuvenate people's attitude's about work.

"We gave out over 100 awards and that's for accomplishments in workplace safety and for business investment in economic growth and this is a tough time for economic growth obviously but still there were successes in 2009 that...

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