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Debra Jane (Hatcher) Sudduth

Debra Jane (Hatcher) Sudduth, 64 of Zanesville, Ohio – Formally of Quaker City, Ohio. Debra Jane (Hatcher) Sudduth, age 64, of Zanesville died Thursday, October 21 at her home in Zanesville, OH. She was born January 13,1957 in Barnesville to Nancy Joyce (Betts) Bob Burns and her father the late,...
ZANESVILLE, OH
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Dennison to give supplemental pay to police officers, firefighters

DENNISON — The village of Dennison will be using federal American Rescue Plan Act funds to give supplemental pay to its police officers and firefighters. Council passed an ordinance Thursday granting the nine members of the village's safety forces an additional $1 an hour in pay. The increase is for 2021 and 2022 only.
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Cincinnati: A 19 Girl Shot At Colerain Apartments

Cincinnati we have to put the guns down. Too many of our young people are being affected by gun violence. A 19 year old girl was shot in Colerain .Via Fox19 The shooting happened around 5:30 p.m. in the 2800 block of Royal Glen Drive, according to Colerain police. The woman was found shot and […]
CINCINNATI, OH
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Darrel 'Cubby' Cubbison remembered for his sincerity, compassion

NEW CONCORD — For many, it's easy to describe the kind of person Darrel Cubbison was. "It's unique to be that sincere," said Brian Bennett, who grew up next door to Cubbison. Cubbison, known by many simply as "Cubby," died Sunday. He was 84. Those close to him say him...
NEW CONCORD, OH
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State Golf: John Glenn out to make its own history

NEW CONCORD — It has been a season for making history in the Muskingum Valley League. Last week, Sheridan registered the highest finish in league history among girls teams at the Division II state tournament, taking third at Ohio State's Gray Course. Alongside, Crooksville junior Riley McKenzie finished 16th of 72 players to account for the highest individual finish among girls in Ceramic history.
NEW CONCORD, OH
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Local News Brief: ODOT closing Leatherwood Road for culvert work

The Ohio Department of Transportation will close Leatherwood Road (Ohio 265) just east of Burga Lane near Salesville on Tuesday for a culvert replacement project. The estimated completion date is Friday, weather permitting. The posted detour is Leatherwood Road to Wintergreen Road (Ohio 285) to Interstate 70 to Batesville Road...
SALESVILLE, OH
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Ms. Beverly E. (Fogle) Brown

Beverly E. (Fogle) Brown, 85, of Zanesville, died Wednesday (October 20, 2021) at the Adams Lane Care Center, Zanesville. She was born April 27, 1936 in Byesville, daughter of the late Clyde Fogle and Ruby (Edwards) Fogle-Robinette. Ms. Brown had worked as a retail clerk at Moore’s Jewelry of Cambridge...
ZANESVILLE, OH
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Tuscarawas juvenile court judge improves program

Tuscarawas County Juvenile Court Judge Adam W. Wilgus has improved an existing court program that assists juvenile drug and alcohol offenders in recognition of National Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Month. Juveniles who come to the court with drug and alcohol concerns currently are referred to the court’s licensed drug and...
TUSCARAWAS, OH
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Autumn A. Hayes charged with shooting into neighbor's home, garage

NEW PHILADELPHIA — A 52-year-old Uhrichsville woman has been charged with shooting into her neighbor's apartment and garage on Sept. 4. Autumn A. Hayes, of 824 N. Dawson St., was indicted by the Tuscarawas County Grand Jury on two charges: improperly discharging a firearm into a habitation or a school safety zone, and criminal damaging or endangering.
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Fire destroys empty house in Tusky early Thursday

TUSCARAWAS — The State Fire Marshal is investigating a fire that destroyed a vacant house in the village early Thursday, according to Warwick Township Fire Chief Harold Booth. He said seven of the department's firefighters responded to the fire at 346 N. Main Ave. after being dispatched at 2:05 a.m....
TUSCARAWAS, OH
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You Can Glamp Inside a Yurt in Cumberland

Need a break from the hustle and bustle? Enjoy an exclusive, adults-only “glamping” getaway in a cozy, comfortable yurt at the Columbus Zoo’s The Wilds in Cumberland, about three hours away from Cincinnati. These yurts—round, cloth-covered tents traditionally used by Central Asian nomads—are a glamper’s dream, featuring unique accents like bamboo flooring and Asian-inspired decor.
CINCINNATI, OH
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Boo at the Bike Trail set for Oct 26

ST. CLAIRSVILLE — The Belmont Soil and Water Conservation District will be hosting a Boo at the Bike Trail from 4-6 p.m. Oct. 26 at the St. Clairsville Bike Trail gazebo. This event will be fun for the whole family. There will be stations along the Bike Trail to stop and learn some really fun facts about creatures of the night. Test your senses to see if your nose is as sharp as a bat’s, weave your way through a human sized spider web, compare your wingspan to a Vulture’s and much, much more.
BELMONT, OH
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King Pumpkin auction nets $8,500

Following the parade Saturday, the sale of the state record setting 2,195-pound King Pumpkin grown by Jeff Theil of Dillonvale garnered a winning bid of $8,500 from Belmont Classic Cars, a classic and collector car dealership at the intersection of Stenger Road and SR 149 between Belmont and Morristown. Owners of the specialty dealership that opened in 2017 are Andy and Dana Mistak.
BELMONT, OH
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Ohio man attempts speed record hiking the Buckeye Trail

UHRICHSVILLE — After completing what is known as the "triple crown of hiking" on Sept. 9, Portage County resident Josh Horsfall was looking for a new challenge. Finishing the triple crown — hiking the 2,193-mile Appalachian Trail in the eastern U.S., the 3,100-mile Continental Divide Trail in the Rocky Mountains and the 2,654-mile Pacific Crest Trail on the west coast — took him five years.
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Paxton Ronald’s first buck is a dandy

The opening day of the 2021 archery season likely isn’t a day that Paxton Ronald of Uhrichsville will forget any time soon. The 10-year-old son of Drew and Tonya Ronald harvested his first buck on Saturday, and it was a bruiser at that. “I’m not saying it was 300 pounds...
UHRICHSVILLE, OH
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Ladders Coffee Bar in Cambridge aims to brew hope

For Carl Brazell Jr., Ladders Coffee Bar is a place to grab a cup of coffee while sitting out front on the bench and catching up with friends about football or whatever else crosses their minds. Brazell said he tries to stop daily for a small coffee with cream because...
CAMBRIDGE, OH
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