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James T. Wickham Sr.

James Thomas Wickham Sr., 75 of Norwich, passed away peacefully on June 27, 2022, while at the James Cancer Center in Columbus, Ohio. Tom was born in Zanesville on November 4, 1946. He is the son of the late Harvey and Esther Wickham. Tom proudly served his country in the United States Army. After serving his country, Tom moved to Ohio, and made his family here. Then, in 1979 he moved back to Utah where he worked in a Uranium Mine, and then worked as a maintenance man at Allen Memorial Hospital in Moab, Utah. In 2011, after retirement, Tom moved back to Ohio, where he’d spend his time hunting, fishing, and camping. Tom also enjoyed going to yard-sales and flea-markets, as well as collecting coins and guns.
NORWICH, OH
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Ohio man held infant down and tried to give child herpes

MUSKINGUM COUNTY, Ohio (WTRF) — An Ohio man was sentenced to jail for 10 and a half years after he pleaded guilty to a second-degree felony count of kidnapping. It was reported that Alanzo Palmer Jr., 22 of Chandlersville, held an infant down and attempted to give the child herpes through fluid from a herpes […]
MUSKINGUM COUNTY, OH
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More Thefts, Break-Ins Reported in Tusc County

Nick McWilliams reporting – More incidents of thefts and break-ins were reported over the weekend in Tuscarawas County. The most recent break-ins were reported in New Philadelphia and Fresno. On Sunday, a resident in New Phila reported their truck was broken into, with a handgun, ammunition, a knife, and...
TUSCARAWAS COUNTY, OH
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Amanda Jane (Ritchey) Pearce

Amanda Jane (Ritchey) Pearce, 40 of of Punxsutawney, PA. , formerly of Cambridge. Amanda Jane (Ritchey) Pearce, 40 of Punxsutawney, formerly of Cambridge Ohio, passed away Thursday, June 23, 2022 at her home in Punxsutawney. Amanda was born July 7, 1981 in Cambridge, Ohio to Richard Dugan and Pamela Ritchey who survive. Amanda graduated in 1998 from Cambridge High School in Ohio where she played clarinet in the marching band. She moved to Punxsutawney with her husband Matt in 2006. She was very excited to be in the process of moving back to her home town of Cambridge Ohio. Amanda enjoyed life. She was an avid reader, enjoyed Star Wars, and her Baby Yoda collection. She loved Baby Yoda! Amanda liked attending yard sales, flea markets, Thrift stores, anywhere she could find a good deal. Most of all Amanda loved her family. She adored her two daughters and would spend countless hours creating memories with them whenever she could. She is survived by her husband of 22 years, Matt Pearce, Punxsutawney, two daughters, Christina J. Pearce, Kayla E. Pearce, both of Punxsutawney, two sisters, Jessica M. Ritchey, OH, Stephanie L. Dickerson and husband James, OH, a brother, David H. Knight and wife Brittney, OH, sister-in-law Valerie J. Powell and husband Chris, OH, two brother-in-law’s, John M. Pearce, OH, Michael L. Pearce and wife Brittany, OK, a bonus sister Audi Guignet, Punxsutawney, two bonus daughters, Hailey Wilson and Sophia Guignet, Punxsutawney, and numerous nieces, nephews and extended family. She was preceded in death by her father and mother-in-law Joseph and Lois Pearce, a brother-in-law Timothy Pearce and a nephew Nehemiah Dickerson. Calling hours will be from 12:00 to 2:00 on Saturday July 2, 2022 at Bundy-Law Funeral Home with funeral services to follow at 2:00 at the funeral home with Pastor Ken Harper officiating. Burial will be in Zion Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations can be sent to Valerie Powell at 5901 Palmer Road, Millersport, Ohio, for future expenses of her daughters and funeral expenses.
CAMBRIDGE, OH
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Cleveland Road Trips: 3 Midwest Eateries that are Havens for Foodies

Newark Ohio's Market Street Soda Works, Detroit's Joe Ann’s BBQ and more are all worth the trip. Summer is all about a cold drink after a long day in the sun, a backyard barbeque and making s’mores over a campfire. When it comes to delicious eats and refreshing drinks, there are favorites to be found all over the region.
CLEVELAND, OH
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Cornhole hits mark with Ohio roots, nearby participation

Those who have been to a college party, or recently, even at some outdoor bars have probably seen people playing the game of cornhole. While this trendy activity is often associated with outdoor barbecues and tailgating parties today, the origin of the game goes as far back as the 14th century in Germany.
MOUNT VERNON, OH
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'We do get to be a family' — Area pools share how they are keeping staff for season

As May becomes June and temperatures hit the 80s and 90s, community pools are a popular stop for many who want to cool down and a fun place to go. Despite delayed openings for some locations — like the Loudonville Swimming Pool — the summer season is now in full swing, and some pool managers say they are busier than ever. Busy days lead to a need for more lifeguards and local managers shared how they recruit and keep workers at their pools.
LOUDONVILLE, OH
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Yard Sale to Benefit Animal Shelter Society

This Saturday you’ll have a chance to help the Animal Shelter Society through shopping. Orthopaedic Associates of Zanesville is hosting a yard sale from 8am until Noon in the parking lot of their Bell Street location. “We’ll be here with a tremendous amount of stuff that may be the...
ZANESVILLE, OH
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Mobile spa a natural fit for Wells

DRESDEN — Kylie Wells understands the importance of skin care after her own struggles. It was one of the reasons she became an owner/operator of MOBO Med Spa in the Muskingum Valley territory. She has been with the company since December, where she has grown from one local location to 10 in less than a year, including one in Coshocton. ...
COSHOCTON, OH

What's the Buzz: Poolside tunes and a rodeo for some summertime fun

Pick any one of the events happening in and around the area to keep your week busy. Whatever you choose to do, I’ll be highlighting attractions, activities, and festivals right here, every week. From local music and shows to options for those of you who don’t mind traveling a bit, there’s something for everyone. Be sure to check all activities, as cancellations can occur. The events listed are for June 23 to July 2. Saturday ...
CAMBRIDGE, OH
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DFA Georgina G456 won grand champion owned cow-calf pair at the 2022 Ohio Junior Angus Associaion Preview Show, June 11 in Zanesville. Brianna Foxx, Hillsboro, owns the December 2019 daughter of Coleman Engage 5255. A January 2022 bull calf sired by 5T Power Chip 4790 is at side. Clint Hall, Hillsboro, evaluated the 29 entries.
HILLSBORO, OH
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Coshocton market planning Christmas event

The Coshocton Farmers Market will hold its Christmas in July event on Saturday, July 23 during their regular market hours of 8:30 a.m. to noon. This event is open to direct sales vendors. Any direct sales vendors who would like to participate should contact Becky Bowden, market manager at [email protected], texting 740-294-9468, or calling 740-327-2235.
COSHOCTON, OH

Mobile spa a natural fit for Wells

DRESDEN — Kylie Wells understands the importance of skin care after her own struggles. It was one of the reasons she became an owner/operator of MOBO Med Spa in the Muskingum Valley territory. She has been with the company since December, where she has grown from one local location to 10 in less than a year. ...
DRESDEN, OH
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Flat wall cupboard, dresser w/ mirror, flyer sleds, and misc.

Flat wall cupboard, dresser w/mirror & marble insert, old kitchen cabinet bottom w/porcelain top, china cupboard, youth bed, 3 corner cupboard, drop leaf tables, children’s roll top desk, old trunks, old Victrola w/records, 1 drawer table, butcher block, old Zenith upright radio, piano desk, Lane cedar chest, old National cash registers, baby cradles, old wood & Flexible Flyer sleds, old dressers, spinning wheel, Grandfather clock, Temple radio & record player, old school desk, sm wood box dated 1928 Skalny, old quilts, wood barrel, doll furniture, high chair, children’s chairs, old rockers, dinner bell, copper kettles, cast iron kettle w/spider, corn meal grinder, lard press, cider press, camel back trunks, cast iron skillets & pots (Griswold), cast iron bean pot, Burnside #1 pot bellied stove, laundry stove, Fairbanks & Morse Co. coffee grinder, wheat cradle, ox yoke, oil lamps, crank corn sheller, sev old scales, sev stone crocks & jars, smudge pots, gum ball machine, lighted Pepsi sign, old grindstone wheel on stand (very nice), Babcock & Wilcox Co. pressure gauges, iron wheels, coal buckets, corn jobber, pottery umbrella holder, barn & RR lanterns, old planes, duck decoys, fishing poles & reels, oil cans, feed scoop, wool carder, washboard, old children’s lunch pail, old walk behind brush cutter (works), double rinse tubs, old marbles, Toys: Talking Silver railroad Express train set, Charley Weaver Bartender, steam engines, Tonak toys, trench cannon (works), 2 trumpets, Lumar Utility Service truck, leather sewing machine, ladder back chairs, Occupied Japan cups & saucers, silverware, misc glass, sev sm items, sev misc items too numerous to mention. Things still coming in. A large all day auction.
ADAMSVILLE, OH
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Farmers markets offer fresh goods and homemade crafts

If you are looking for the freshest local produce available, homemade baked goods, and unique handmade crafts, then the Coshocton and Fresno farmers markets are the place to go on Saturday mornings. But you had better come early before it’s all gone. Elsie Summers from Spring Valley Farm sold...
FRESNO, OH
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GALLERY: Danville Chicken Days 2022

Grant is a 2020 graduate of Ohio University where he obtained his Bachelor's degree in journalism. Afterward, he was a general assignment reporter for the Ashland Times-Gazette till being hired at Knox Pages in June 2022.
DANVILLE, OH
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