Stories tagged with: Perry County

November 9, 2011 - 1:19am
4 years 33 weeks ago

Voters have elected write in candidate Darrel Lantz as the Mayor of Crooksville.

In the race for Mayor of New Lexington, Dale Eveland beat out Larry Rentschler by about 150 votes and in the race for Mayor of New Straitsville,David Brown is the winner over Susan Miller.

As for issues in Perry County, the Crooksville Municipal Park levy passed while the New Straitsville Parks and Recreation levy failed.

Voters said yes to the Perry County...

October 28, 2011 - 6:26pm
4 years 35 weeks ago

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Some Perry County residents are nervous over a Madison Township property housing exotic animals... Following last week's incident in Muskingum County at Terry Thompson's farm.

Perry County Sheriff William Barker said he has been keeping a sharp eye on the Township Road 106 property. At last count the Sheriff said homeowner Andrea Morris had four bears and four lions. But he believes there has...

October 1, 2011 - 4:56pm
4 years 39 weeks ago

The Village of Somerset came together to honor and remember a notable Revolutionary War Veteran Saturday afternoon.

Members of the Perry County Historical Society said Lieutenant Edward Rose was originally from Bedford, Pennsylvania. He enlisted in the Bedford County Militia and was later appointed First Lieutenant in the First Battalion, Second Company. The idea of the ceremony came after a historian discovered Rose was buried in a local cemetery and is rumored to be a member of...

February 17, 2011 - 8:20pm
5 years 19 weeks ago

Malnourished and neglected are just two of the ways Veterinarian Brian Williams described the animals discovered at Cindy Boyce's home on Township Road 57. Five horses and ten dogs were removed from the property last week after an on-going investigation led Humane Society Officer John Price to execute a search warrant.

"I'm working hand in hand with the humane society to make sure that this lady takes responsibility for these actions and that these animals are getting the best...

December 31, 2010 - 6:36pm
5 years 26 weeks ago

One Southeast Ohio County is helping to make a difference in the lives of its residents by using radio as a means of communication in assisting those with emergency situations.

Perry County has launched a nation wide emergency assistance program called REACT. React stands for Radio Emergency Associated Communication Team. REACT Team President Richard Follette says the volunteer based program responds to emergency situations people may encounter through the use of radio communications,...

December 15, 2010 - 12:19pm
5 years 28 weeks ago

A local couple is changing the lives for many residents of Perry County.

Dr. Steve and Terri Ulrich announced the creation of The Steve and Terri Ulrich Scholarship Fund for residents of Perry County who commit to serving the area as medical or mental health professionals.  Dr. Ulrich says their main purpose is to help the community of Perry County have the proper health care that they need.

"This fund is being established to help and encourage other young people,...

December 14, 2010 - 5:46am
5 years 28 weeks ago

The Perry County Sheriff’s Office says it hopes to release more information Tuesday about a fatal accident over the weekend. A man in Glenford was killed after he was hit by a tree limb that he was sawing. Investigators say it happened Saturday afternoon around 12:30. The name of the victim has not yet been released.

November 11, 2010 - 5:05pm
5 years 33 weeks ago

Two Perry County residents are facing charges after authorities discover a large marijuana growing operation inside a Corning home.

Perry County Sheriff's Sgt. Kevin Starrett says deputies along with the Central Ohio Drug Enforcement Task Force and the Corning Police Department seized more than 50 marijuana plants and hydroponic equipment from inside a residence at 167 Main Street around 8 a.m. Thursday.

Sgt. Starrett says a tip from a resident is what led them to the...

September 16, 2010 - 10:49pm
5 years 41 weeks ago

The relief effort for the victims continue through the night..

For victim's of the tornado, they had a safe haven at Crooksville High School which was transformed into a relief zone. ***Update***Shelter moved from High School to Crooksville Fire Department****Update

"We felt that it was safe to keep all the people here in the building after that the red cross had contacted me and we decided that we would use this as a spot," says Crooksville Principal, Kasey Coffey...

September 5, 2010 - 3:41pm
5 years 43 weeks ago

Bridge construction will begin this Tuesday on a road in Perry County.

Crews from Shelly and Sands out of Zanesville will be working on State Route 668 at mile marker one. Drivers will not be able to access the road for 60 days, starting one mile south of Maxville through one mile north of the Perry-Hocking County line.

ODOT Public Information Officer, Kate Stickle, says the project is aimed at making the structure sound and safe for drivers to use.

It's expected to last...

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