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Pedestrian struck and killed along SR 586

NASHPORT, Ohio, The State Highway Patrol reported on Monday that a Zanesville man was struck and killed while walking along SR 586 in Licking Township over the weekend. According to Sgt. Jeff Jirles with the Zanesville Post, the accident happened on Saturday around 3:00 pm on SR 586 near SR 146.
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Southeastern Ohio Drug Kingpin Found Hiding in Bathtub

Southeastern Ohio Drug Kingpin Found Hiding in BathtubOhio Mugshot. Agents with the Southeast Major Crimes Task Force, along with the Athens County Sheriff’s Office, Athens County Prosecutor’s Office, and the Glouster Police Department, executed a search warrant at 1 South Eighth Street, Jacksonville, Ohio 45740 after an investigation into suspected drug trafficking.
ATHENS COUNTY, OH
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Linden Ave. Closure Planned Monday, Tuesday Night

ZANESVILLE, Ohio – As part of the I-70 reconstruction project, a portion of Linden Avenue will be closed Monday, May 16th. th starting at 7 p.m. The closure will occur where the I-70 bridge crosses Linden Avenue. Electronic reader-boards have been moved into place announcing the closure. Motorists are...
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Southeastern Med Names Volunteer of the Year

CAMBRIDGE, Ohio — Southeastern Med’s Bill Shuman was recognized as the 2021 Volunteer of the Year at the Volunteer Appreciation Dinner on April 20, 2022. Bill began volunteering at Southeastern Med in late 2019, pre-COVID. He continued to volunteer 2-3 days a week until all volunteers were furloughed in March 2020.
CAMBRIDGE, OH
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River Clean Up Scheduled for Muskingum River

MUSKINGUM COUNTY, Ohio – On Saturday, May 21 and river clean up project is being planned for the Muskingum River in along a four mile stretch and the public is invited to help with the project. Pea Ohana, a local watersports business, is hosting the event and is partnering...
MUSKINGUM COUNTY, OH
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Miss Nana, the Adoption Shelter Society’s Pet of the Week

ZANESVILLE, Ohio – This week’s adoption shelter society pet of the week is Miss Nana. She is a German shelter mix and we surrendered to the shelter in February. She loves treats and has a lot of energy, making her perfect for a family with children. Rebecca Hunt,...
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Talk of the Town: Miss Tess with the Animal Shelter Society

Sean Fennell sits down with Miss Tess, the animal ambassador of the Animal Shelter Society in Zanesville to discuss the shelter and what it does for the community. Animal Shelter Society: https://www.animalsheltersociety.org/
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Hopewell National Historical Park

We are working a little history into your next summer road trip adventure! Shawn Ireland and the Live Happy Live Well team take us back in time to see how civilizations lived on this land thousands of years ago.

Something Different Winner

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Business is blooming for local florist shop

NELSONVILLE — Normally, most people only have to be concerned with pampering just one mom on Mother’s Day. But, this year, Nelsonville resident, Kimberle Coy is planning on making a multitude of local moms feel appreciated courtesy of the bouquets they’ll receive from her family’s florist shop. Located at 25 Public Square, Nelsonville, Family Tree Florist is literally a home- grown business that was founded by Coy, her mother and...
NELSONVILLE, OH
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Summer Farmers Market Opens, Moves to Adornettos

ZANESVILLE, Ohio- Summer is around the corner, and so is the Zanesville Farmers market. The spring farmers market is concluding, and starting this Saturday, the farmers market will be changing locations. Originally indoors at Weasel Boy, the market will be relocating to outside of Adornettos. Megan Jones, the Farmer’s Market...
ZANESVILLE, OH
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Well-known area Veterinarian Retiring after 62 Years

Dr. Daniel Schramm is retiring from his veterinary practice on April 30, which is also his 85th birthday. Dr. Schramm provided veterinary care to the Caldwell and Marietta areas for 62 years. He has been called the modern-day James Herriot of “All Creatures Great and Small” fame as he often...
CALDWELL, OH
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Airport Corner #25: Looking better

By: Carl La Rue, local pilot & businessman. News, facts and personal opinion, speaking for himself and not as a representative of the airport or this website. This has been a dismal Spring insofar as fun flying weather is concerned. With front after front sweeping through Ohio we can count on rain, wind, or changes in the local conditions every couple of days. A private airplane’s greatest utility is to use it for short visits out to 500 miles or so in every direction, and the weather patterns haven’t really allowed that except for instrument-rated pilots and airplanes so most of our visitors of late have been business traffic.
CAMBRIDGE, OH
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A spring to celebrate with art

Emerging from hibernation has never been more eagerly awaited than it has this spring. And the Hopewell Valley Arts Council has plenty of art to help locals celebrate “art in the everyday!”. Kids to Park Day, Saturday, May 14, 12-2pm at Woolsey Park, Hopewell Township:Families are invited for some...
HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP, OH
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The Wilds to open May 1 for the 2022 season

CUMBERLAND, Ohio -The Wilds opens at 10 a.m. on May 1, offering a variety of activities that are fun for the whole family. The Wilds is a safari park and conservation center that combines cutting-edge conservation science and education programs with hands-on experiences. Situated on nearly 10,000 acres of reclaimed surface mining land, The Wilds provides wide, open pastures for more than 30 rare and endangered species from around the globe to roam and coexist. Since the fall season, The Wilds has also welcomed several newborns, including four takin kids, eight Père David’s deer fawns, a greater one-horned rhino calf, two southern white rhino calves, and a Masai giraffe calf.
CUMBERLAND, OH
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