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Mrs. Shirley J. McCulley

Shirley Joan McCulley, 73 of New Concord, went home to be with the Lord on May 16, 2022 at Genesis Hospital in Zanesville surrounded by her loving family. Shirley was born in Zanesville, Ohio on June 1, 1948. She is the daughter of the late Robert V. and Patricia J (McDonald) Barr. She worked for the Longaberger Basket Company in Quality Control and enjoyed quilting, cooking and baking. She was a member of the Bloomfield Presbyterian Church. She was very active with the Church, she was instrumental in starting the community dinners and she was known as “the oldest teenager” at the church. She loved taking her grandchildren on adventures and spending as much time with her family as she could.
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Mrs. Margie L. Mallett

Margie L. Mallett, 63 of Cambridge, passed away peacefully on May 14, 2022, at her home while surrounded by her loving family and while under the care of Shriver’s Hospice. Margie was born in Cambridge on June 15, 1958. She is the daughter of Reda (McKinley) Blasenhauer and the late Jack Blasenhauer. Margie retired from the Sporting Goods section of Walmart in Cambridge after working there for 16 years. She loved owls, from watching them to collecting figurines of them. Margie loved to spend time Fishing and playing Bingo, but her favorite way to spend time was with her family.
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Chandlersville Man Awaits Sentencing on Kidnapping Charge

ZANESVILLE, Ohio – A Chandlersville man faces prison for holding down an infant and attempting to infect the child with herpes. 22-year-old Alanzo Palmer Jr. pleaded guilty Monday to a second-degree felony charge of kidnapping. According to the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, Palmer put fluid from a herpes lesion into...
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A century in the making

ZANESVILLE — The Abbott Home celebrates its 75th anniversary this year, but the home was more than 100 years in the making.  When the Helen Purcell Home for women was being built, B.F. "Frank" Abbot was solicited for a donation. Abbott, who was a shopkeeper in Zanesville and later Kansas City, said the city...

Upper Room Assembly starts new food pantry construction

COSHOCTON — With skyrocketing food prices and supply chain issues, one Coshocton church is looking to better serve the community.  A groundbreaking was held Monday afternoon by Upper Room Assembly and Worship Center at 803 Vine St. on a vacant lot adjacent to the church for construction of a building to serve as a food pantry and youth activity center. It should be completed in about a month, said Pastor Stan Braxton. Mayor Mark Mills and Commissioner Dane...
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May Flower of the month

You may enter each time you visit the McConnelsville library. A special thank you to Dori's Flower Shoppe of McConnelsville for sponsoring the floral arrangement.
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Downtown Walk in Honor of National Employee Wellness and Fitness Day

ZANESVILLE, Ohio – Quality Care Partners celebrated National Employee Wellness and Fitness Day by hosting a lunchtime walk through downtown Zanesville. Quality Care Partners is an organization that coordinates healthcare services, insurance companies, and employers. Quality Care Partners CEO Cindy Baker explained how people can benefit by using lunchtime...

Former Hoppy's bar demolished

ZANESVILLE — Dan Quinn stood and watched as an excavator bit chunks out of the former Hoppy's on Putnam Avenue on Wednesday, celebratory cigar smoke drifting away in the spring breeze. "I am absolutely elated," he said, as chunks of the building were loaded into a dumpster. "This thing has been a nuisance forever." Quinn owns the nearby Sunshine Shoppe florist. ...
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With Tops supermarket closed, Black Buffalo residents scramble to find food

The Tops supermarket where Saturday’s fatal shootings took place is a store that Black Buffalo residents fought for years to get. Its temporary closure has left neighbors scrambling to find food. NPR’s Adrian Florido reports. This article was originally published on WBUR.org. Copyright 2022 NPR. To see more,...
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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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Ohio safari park welcomes 4 Sichuan takin kids

CUMBERLAND, Ohio — An Ohio safari park is celebrating the births of four new Sichuan takin kids. The takin kids were born at The Wilds in Cumberland, Ohio, on March 14, March 16, March 17 and April 9. According to officials at The Wilds, the takin kids are doing...
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Mrs. Miller’s Homemade Jams Issues Voluntary Recall Due to an Undeclared Soy Allergen

FREDERICKSBURG, Ohio – Mrs. Miller’s Homemade Jams in Fredericksburg is voluntarily recalling its Smokey BBQ Bacon Jam and Spicy Chili Bacon Jam, packaged in 9 oz. glass jars. The recall is due to an undeclared soy allergen found in the Worcestershire Sauce and Hickory Smoke ingredients used in these jams. This recall has been initiated due to the ingredient label not stating a soy allergen and it is sold at one store in Caldwell.
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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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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.
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