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100 New, Full-Time Jobs Coming to Byesville


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A frozen drink company is slated to receive $50,000 for new machinery and equipment for a project in Byesville.   The project is expected to create 100 new, full-time jobs.   The Island Oasis Frozen Cocktail Company will use the money from the State Controlling Board for equipment like a processing and filling line, freezer… Read More

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Man Pleads To Zanesville Death

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A Columbus man today pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter for an accident in April, which killed a Zanesville woman. Darnell Harris, 27, also pleaded guilty to drunken driving. Authorities say Harris was at the wheel during a car crash which killed Koeta Pettiford. Harris will return to court in Zanesville later for sentencing.

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Airport Surveyed To Reduce Risk Of Encounters Between Animals And Airplanes

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Wildlife on and around the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport's property is being surveyed to reduce the risk of encounters between animals and airplanes. The survey is being conducted by Loomacres Wildlife Management. Loomacres biologist Matt Natali says that birds, mammals, insects and even grass height are being surveyed to determine potential problems. The study began… Read More

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Redistricting Meeting Today

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The state board charged with redrawing Ohio's legislative districts every 10 years plans to meet Monday to review several proposed maps. One GOP-drawn plan would pit three House Democrats against Republicans, and several other Democrats could potentially compete with one another in merged Democratic districts. The proposed maps await approval from the Ohio Apportionment Board…. Read More

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Marietta College Business Professor Happens Into Being An Author

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Marietta College Professor Mark Bagshaw teaches courses called Leadership in Global Contexts and Business in Global Contexts. He started out his sabbatical last year with the goal of developing a teaching tool for his students. What resulted was his first published novel "Chaucer on the Nile: A Pilgrim's Progress," a novel about international business and… Read More