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Pee-Wee Sheep Show at the Muskingum County Fair

ZANESVILLE, Ohio – The 176th Muskingum County Blue Ribbon Fair featured the Pee-Wee Sheep Show on Thursday, August 18th. Director of the County Sheep Committee, Michele Potts says that the event highlights kids and parents alike to have fun while being surrounded by animals. The show is for kids who aren’t quite old enough to join 4-H but still want to have a chance to raise cattle Potts also told us.
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Lexington Police Department raising money in hopes of saddling up

LEXINGTON, Va. (WDBJ) -The new Lexington Police Mounted Unit is raising money in the hopes of saddling up soon. Jasper and Buddy are donated horses for the new Lexington Police Mounted Unit. Gabriella Jones says it took her a while after she moved to feel a part of the community. She donated Jasper in hopes of creating unity.
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Zanesville-Muskingum County Port Authority Gives Update

ZANESVILLE, Ohio- The Zanesville Muskingum County Port Authority met early Wednesday to discuss the latest economic investments in the community. Port Authority Executive Director, Matt Abbott, said they talked about the interests in the business park. The board also discussed the existing businesses and attracting new companies. “The investments that...
Farm and Dairy

Special feeder sale. Over 100 steers and heifers, also selling 2 video lot.

25 steers and heifers weighing 500-700 lbs., weaned and vaccinated. 17 heifers weighing 750-850 lbs. and 17 heifers weighing 400-500 lbs., weaned, wormed, double vaccinated and started on feed. 80-90 steers and heifers (75% heifers and 25% steers) weighing 600-750 lbs., double vaccinated and weaned. 12 Angus-Holstein cross steers and...

Pet of the Week: Meet Gizmo

ZANESVILLE, OH- The Animal Shelter Society’s been giving homeless pets both big and small a second chance since 19-59. This week they’re looking for a home for one of their smallest residents….Gizmo. He’s just about three months old and is a Terrier Beagle Mix full of energy who’d bring joy to just about any home. Executive Director of the Animal Shelter Society, April Cohagen-Gibson, spoke about what Mr. Gizmo will be like when he grows up and what kind of home is perfect for him.

Leaning lighthouse tower of Bremen could collapse into sea

BERLIN — (AP) — Officials in Bremen said Thursday that an iconic lighthouse at the German city’s port has tilted sideways and could soon topple over entirely. Public broadcaster Radio Bremen quoted the head of the water police, Uwe Old, saying nothing could be done to save the lighthouse.

You Know I'm Right: Granville needs to address the smell

Granville stinks. Fortunately only in two places that I know of; one is near the entrance to Bryn Du Woods on Newark-Granville Road and the other is near the entrance to the Denison Golf Club. I was sitting on the (thankfully recently rejuvenated) patio of Denison’s Granville Inn with my Loving Wife of Some 40 years (LWOS40yrs) and my daughter, a graduate of Granville High School, when the topic of the imminent Intel invasion came up.

Rabbit Showmanship At The Muskingum County Fair

ZANESVILLE, Ohio- 4-H provides critical learning resources for kids and teens all year long. 14-year-old, Julia Carpenter, and her rabbit, Sam, told us the impact 4-H had on them the last five years. “It definitely takes time and commitment. And you really have to take some responsibility,” she said.

County treasurer to conduct tax lien sale

Perry County Treasurer Theresa Moore will be collecting more revenue for the county and the schools by conducting a tax certificate sale after second-half taxes are settled this year. A tax certificate sale allows the treasurer an opportunity to give taxpayers more time to pay their delinquent property taxes, rather than taking the last resort of sending the file to the county prosecuting attorney to file a foreclosure action against the taxpayer. Notices will be sent to taxpayers to give them time and an opportunity...

Three things to know

Why not work something out? A letter writer suggests that officials of Hocking College and Perry County should arbitrate a resolution to their ongoing property dispute that will be of benefit to both parties. See letter to the editor, page A3. Help for delinquent taxpayers. Perry County Treasurer Theresa Moore will be conducting a tax certificate sale after second-half taxes are settled this year. The sale lets the treasurer give taxpayers more time to pay their delinquent property taxes and avoid foreclosure. Learn more on page A6. Listening to the public about health. Funding recently announced by the Ohio Department of Health will allow the Perry County Health Department to conduct health assessments of populations in New Lexington and Shawnee/New Straitsville, and then to carry out a project to improve public health. Learn more on page A6.

Perry County real estate transfers

June 17-23. Listed prices do not necessarily reflect actual property values. • Tammera Lulin Kaido and Walter John Kaido, 0.92 acres, section 32, Pleasant Township, to Tammera Lulin Kaido and Walter John Kaido, exempt, to an heir or devisee, between spouses or to a surviving spouse, from a person to himself and others, to a surviving tenant, or on the death of a registered owner. • Brent Todd Moyer, Jeffrey...

Millersport news: Cruisin' on the Commons, Tour De Buckeye Lake this weekend

The Millersport Sweet Corn Festival Committee will host Cruisin’ On The Commons on Friday, at the Millersport Lions Park, Home of the Sweet Corn Festival, Chautauqua Boulevard in Millersport. Registration will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. with the show ending at 8 p.m. Registration is $10 for cars, trucks and motorcycles. Winners will be determined by “Cruiser’s Choice” for one pre ’72, one ’73 to 1999, and one 2000 and newer. There will be lots of fun, music, good food, door prizes and 50/50 drawing. For more information call 614-562-1919 or 740-953-1521. Proceeds will benefit Millersport Lions supported charities.

Local High School Sports Scores: 8/17/22

Goal scorers: (Heath) Allie Dunlap 5, Brielle Keck 2, Kerilyn Davis 1. Goal scorers: Bishop Rosecrans: Sydney Maxwell 2, Chloe Zemba 1, Caitlyn Wilson 1. John Glenn: Riley Zamensky 1. Zanesville: 0 Dover: 1. A late Dover goal spoiled the Lady Devils soccer opener in Sulsberger Stadium. Next up is...