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The Times Recorder from Zanesville, Ohio • Page A3

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TIMES RECORDER II 3A PAM JAMES Editor 740-450-6751 LOCAL Weekend events halted by rain STOVERTOWN The Triple Nickel Cruise-In scheduled for this weekend at St. Lutheran Church in Stovertown has been postponed to 1to 5 p.m. Oct. 10 because of predicted rain. Also due to expected inclement weather, the Perry County Historical OctoberFest for Saturday in Somerset has been canceled.

Franklin schools having meeting ROSEVILLE Franklin Local Comm unity Schools Board of Education will meet in regular session at 3 p.m. Thursday at the Franklin Local Community chool, 76 W. Athens Road, Roseville. BRIEFS ZANESVILLE MUNICIPAL COURT JUDGE WILLIAM JOSEPH Sept. 22 Robby L.

Grandstaff, 29, 216 Second Nellie, damage to realty, failure to control, $200 plus costs. Chad A. Hammonds, 38, 4825 Twinhills Drive, OVI, no tail lights, $525 plus costs, six days in jail, six-month license suspension. Justin A. Harris, 20, 9705 Hickory underage offense, OVI, loud exhaust, $325 plus costs, 10 days in jail suspended, 90-day license suspension.

Acacia J. Hendricks, 33, 804 Cass Dresden, petty theft, $250 plus costs, 20 days in jail, one year robation. Robert D. Lupher III, 25, 161West Second Frazeysburg, disorderly conduct, $200 plus costs, 20 days in jail suspended. Chad M.

Ferguson, 24, 1142 Putnam possession of criminal tools, criminal damaging, $400 plus costs, 20 days in jail, $5 in restitution. Chad M. Ferguson, 24, 12998 Gilmore Road, Port ashington, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, assault, $600 plus costs, 80 days in jail. Wesley A. West, 24, 1083 Pine domestic violence, $300 plus costs, 30 days in jail.

Matthew R. Morrison, 26, 1140 Beverly child endangering, $400 plus costs, 45 days in jail. Sept. 23 Daniel L. Grant, 58, 1164 Wheeling possession of marijuana, marijuana drug paraphernalia, $200 plus costs.

Bryan A. Hollins, 38, 857 Putnam disorderly conduct, $200 plus costs, 10 days in jail. Dusty R. Melvin, 32, 1015 Taylor restricted license, $100 plus costs, five days in jail suspended. Ronald L.

Rowe, 46, 108 South Sixth Newark driving under suspension, seat belt, $130 plus costs. Cassie A. Turner, 25, 318 Brighton Boulevard, driving under suspension, license, seat belt, $130 plus costs, 15 days in jail suspended. Veronica L. Brooks, 45, 1385 E.

Whittier Columbus, menacing, $150 plus costs, 10 days in jail suspended. James E. Tinney II, 42, 2311Linden OVI, driving under suspension, marked lanes, $625 plus costs, three days in jail, 180-day license suspension. Leo A. Hayes, 60, homeless, disorderly conduct, $100 plus costs.

Jay A. Suttles, 50, 751Putnam drug abuse, $250 plus costs, 10 days in jail. Sept. 24 Jerry R. Derwacter, 47, 422 Abington criminal trespass, $150 plus costs, five days in jail.

Scott A. Kinney, 39, 430 Pine disorderly conduct, $100 plus costs, 10 days in jail suspended. Billie J. Steele, 40, 342 Main disorderly conduct, $150 plus costs, five days in jail. Dennelle D.

Vaughn, 33, 265 Hudson Newa rk, child endangering, $300 plus costs, 60 days in jail suspended. Tricia L. Winegar, 44, 1180 Ohio 541, Coshocton, petty theft, falsification, $750 plus costs, 100 days in jail. Scott M. Wolfe, 27, 12371Rosefirm Road, Crooksville, possession of drug instruments, $250 plus costs, five days in jail, one year probation.

Ronald J. Vaughn 30, 232 Van Buren driving under suspension, seat belt, $130 plus costs. Dennis A. Palmer, 54, 3455 Coopermill Drive, no icense, expired plates, unauthorized plates, $150 plus costs. Douglas C.

Miller, 57, 1267 Newark Road, OVI, $500 plus costs, six days in jail, 180-day license suspension. COURT RECORD BIRTHDAYS Ina Ruby, 2284 Coopermill Road, birthday was ct. 1. Marta George, 420 White Oaks birthday was Sept. 29.

Sister Diana Durling, who worked with the Perry ounty Consortium of Catholic Parishes, will have a birthday Oct. 8. Send cards to 5900 Deltri Road, Mt. St. Joseph, 45051.

GET WELL Mary Lent, recovering from knee surgery, Adams Lane Care Center, Room 407, 1856 Adams Lane. Betty Liggett Patterson, formerly of the Zanesville area, 108 Eastern Erlanger, Kentucky, 4 1018. ANNIVERSARY Ralph and Carol Lee, 5515 Foxfire Drive, 50th wedding anniversary is Oct. 9. on and Nancy Chappelear, 395 Englewood 50th wedding anniversary was Oct.

1. BE NEIGHBORLY It is hard to believe hat it is already the onth of October and hat autumn has officially started. The Zanesville Farmers Market will continue to be held at the Muskingum County Fairgrounds every Saturday throughout October. The last market will be on Oct. 31, which means you still have five more Saturdays to come out and shop from your local farmers.

Please note this Saturday the market will be closing an hour early due the Gunfest, which is also being held at the fairgrounds. Because the vendors have to clear out before the Gun- fest begins, we will only be open from 9to 11a.m. Please remind your friends they need to get to market early. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes our customers. We appreciate our customer loyalty, so please bear with us this week, as the change is beyond our control.

The market will esume regular hours from 9 a.m. to oon in the remaining weeks. Even though the full moon was too cloudy to see this week, it was, in fact, the full Harvest Moon. Aptly named, his moon shines during the time seas on there is such an abundant harvest be gathered. Late summer vegetables such as tomatoes, green beans, and peppers are usually still hanging on, although they have slowed down a nd quantities may be limited.

The fall harvest is in full swing so items such as sweet potatoes, winter squash, pumpkins and gourds of all shapes and sizes will be found in abundance. Apples, the quintessential fall fruit, are available in almost any variety you an imagine. And forget to pick a jug of freshly pressed apple cider. Spaghetti squash is a really fun winter squash. When cooked, the flesh of this football shaped, yellow squash asily shreds into thin strands that ook very similar to spaghetti, hence he name.

A lot of people will substitute it for pasta and pour marinara sauce over the top, but there are a lot of other creative ways to cook this quash. A lot of customers have told me they find it difficult to cut into the thick skinned winter squashes. I have found you can remedy that by baking the squash whole, and cutting it in half after it has cooked and is soft. To bake aspaghetti squash do the following: reheat oven to 375 degrees, prick kin of squash all over with a knife or fork, bake on cookie sheet until tender when pierced with a knife (probably at least an hour depending on the size), emove from oven and let cool. Once it i cool, cut it in half, remove seeds, a nd scrape out strands with a fork.

Information supplied by Kristen Baughman for the Zanesville Farmers Market Association. Cooking with winter squash ay be easier than you think KRISTEN BAUGHMAN FARMERS MARKET Here is an easy way to prepare your spaghetti squash once you have it cooked (adapted from a recipe at sunbowfarm.com.) SPAGHETTI SQUASH WITH FETA, ARUGULA AND PINE NUTS 1large spaghetti squash, cooked and shredded as directed above 1large bunch arugula, washed and chopped 1clove garlic, minced 1T. olive oil 4 oz feta, crumbled or cut into cubes 3 T. pine nuts Salt and pepper to taste Put cooked spaghetti squash in a serving bowl and season with salt and pepper. In a saucepan, warm the garlic in the olive oil, then add the arugula.

Stir quickly for one minute to wilt the a rugula, and then stir the greens into the spaghetti squash. Mix in feta and pine nuts. Serves four to six people. More than 800 communities across Ohio will share in an $11.5 million settlement resolving an antitrust lawsuit over past rock salt prices, Attorney eneral Mike DeWine announced on Thursday. hirteen entities will share $54,816 in Muskingum County, with the county government getting the largest share at $21,897.

hirteen entities across Sandusky ounty will share $46,144. Washington Township will receive the largest share a $15,117 and the county government will get $14,485. The state Department of Transportation gets $1.7 million from the settle- ent as largest single rock salt buyer. About $6.8 million will be distrib- ted to local governments. Some of the money also goes to the Ohio Turnpike Commission and antitrust fund.

DeWine says all the public entities hat made eligible claims are getting a heck. The settlement ends a lawsuit in hich the state alleged that Chicago- based Morton Salt Inc. and Minnesota- based Cargill Inc. agreed not to compete with each other to inflate prices on ock salt used to de-ice roads and bridges. Both companies denied wrong- oing.

Communities were reimbursed based on their purchases between 2008 and 2010. Every entity that submitted a claim is receiving some reimburse- ent. road-salt deal reached GANNETT OHIO, WIRE REPOR TS SATURDAY Pancake breakfast Malta Lodge 118, 10665 Main Norwich. 7 to 11a.m. Pieceable Quilters Guild auction Trinity United Presbyterian Church, 830 Military Road, Zanesville.

9 a.m. asement Sale Westminster Presbyterian Church, 17 N. Liberty New Concord. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Celebrating 200 Years of Agriculture in Muskingum County various presentations and exhibits, bicentennial tree planting. Local farming families will be recognized for 100 and 200 years of farming. Tunis Farm, 5640 Baughman Road, Zanesville. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Walk for Autism 2015 Community event to aise awareness and raise money for families affected by autism. Zane Landing Park, Market Street, Zanesville. 10 a.m. to Noon. 614-580-3699.

www.naaseo.org. Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day Bring a bicycle, helmet and water. The event is targeted at encourages families to bike together, exercise and make new friends. There will be three different groups on three different trails. A bicycle skills clinic will be before the ride.

State of Ohio Dillon State Park, 5265 Dillon Hills Dr, Nashport. Noon. Y-City Gun Fest Double Cut will play from noon to 3 p.m. and the Phillip Fox Band from 4 to 7 p.m. Various raffle drawings from 2 to 7:50 p.m.

Muskingum County Fairgrounds, 1300 Pershing Road, Zanesville. $50. Noon to 8 p.m. 740-2210183. www.ycitygunfest.com.

Voter registration drive Only MCC, 1451 Railroad Zanesville. Noon to 6 p.m. Benefit dinner Donations will go toward having The Tribute Quartet perform at 7 p.m. Nov. 7 at the church.

Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church, 400 Pleasant Grove Road, Zanesville. 4:30 to 7 p.m. Halloween safety event for kids There will be atouch-a-truck opportunity for children with local service vehicles, a stranger danger demonstration, showing of the short film Story of and a Halloween Goodie Parade where children will go around and receive candy and more. Bring lawns chairs or blankets. Children should dress in costume.

Zane State College, 1555 Newark Road, Zanesville. 6 to 8 p.m. 740-5881397. Nightmare In Nashport Trail of Terror Nightmare In Nashport, 7200 Frazeysburg Rd, Nashport. $12.

7:30 to 11:59 p.m. 740-704-6644. Antonia Bennett and band Daughter of Tony Bennett performing. Secrest Auditorium, 334 Shinnick Zanesville. 7:30 p.m.

740 588-0871. www.zanesvilleconcertassociation.com. Doo-wop musical in the style of Shop of about a small diner at the cook who invents Triangle Burgers. The Renner Theater, 148 N. 7th Street, Zanesville.

$15 for adults, $12 for students and seniors, $5 for those 12 and younger. 8 p.m. 740-453-8481. ww.zanetraceplayers.org. Haunted Forest Township Park, Perry County, 8:30 p.m.

SUNDAY Antique Tractor Pull Old Steam Gas Club tractor pull, Garmer Park, Adamsville. 10 a.m. Pet photos Cost is $10 for the sitting. Larry Marshall of Reflections of Time will be the photographer. Proceeds will benefit PAWS of Muskingum County.

Ohio University-Zanesville, Rogge Pavilion, 1425 Newark Road, Zanesville. $10 for sitting. Noon to 4 p.m. Taylor family reunion Falls Township Park, Dillon Falls Road, Zanesville Noon. 740-588-9785.

Tri-Valley Band Boosters Turkey Shoot 12 or 20 gauge only, lucky prize given with every shoot, 3 prizes per day per person, concessions available. $3 per shoot, band boosters provide shells Dillion Sportsman Range, 5200 Pleasant Valley Rd, Nashport. Noon to 4 p.m. 740-704-9306. Life Chain for Pray for Life Day Participants are ncouraged to stand together in prayer for those, both living and unborn, affected by abortion while holding pictureless signs opposing the procedure.

Colopy Kevin OD, 2501Maple Ave, Zanesville. 2:15 to 3:30 p.m. 740-454-7529. Doo-wop musical in the style of Shop of about a small diner at the cook who invents Triangle Burgers. The Renner Theater, 148 N.

7th Street, Zanesville. $15 for adults, $12 for students and seniors, $5 for hose 12 and younger. 2:30 p.m. 740-453-8481. ww.zanetraceplayers.org.

MONDAY Walk a Mile in My Shoes Event to raise awareness about domestic violence. Proceeds benefit the Transitions, Domestic Vilence Shelter and Advocacy program. Muskingum County Courthouse, 401Main Zanesville. $100 per team. 5 p.m.

740-252-2051. Rosecrans Bishops Bingo Bishop Rosecrans High School, Drury Hall, 1040 E. Main Zanesville. 5:30 to 10 p.m. 740-452-7504.

Civic Chorus Rehearsals Central Trinity United Methodist Church, 62 South Seventh Street, Zanesville. 7 to 7:30 p.m. 740-452-3241. www.thursdaymusic.org. Y-City Barbershop Chorus meeting Grace United Methodist Church, 516 Shinnick Zanesville.

7:30 p.m. 740-454-4825. COMMUNITY CALENDAR Zane State and OU Zanesville having College Day ZANESVILLE College Day will 9 to 11a.m. Friday in the Campus enter at Zane State College and Ohio niversity Zanesville. ore than 70 colleges and universi- ies will be on hand to relate information and options to an estimated 1,100 tudents from 16 high schools.

For more information, recruitment coordinator Jody Burchett at 740-5881 277 or Locals named to Columbus State list; two graduate COLUMBUS Several local stud ents have been named to the summer semester list at Columbus State ommunity College. onored were Ashley Hill of Corning, Brandon Martin of Nashport, lizabeth Ballantine of Norwich and Robert Panian and Leslie Smith of Thornville. Graduating from the college this summer were Jordan Taylor of Hopewell and Samantha Smith of Thornville. Oct. 10 Poker Run to start a Angry Bull Saloon ZANESVILLE The Nostalgic A utumn Ohio National Road Poker un sponsored by the Ohio National oad Association will be Oct.

10 at the A ngry Bull Saloon on Linden Ave. Sign-ups are 11a.m. to 1p.m. Motorcycles, cars and trucks are ligible to enter with antique vehicles ncouraged. There will also be a live auction and drawing.

Cost to enter the run is $10 a person and $15 a ouple. Stops will be announced day of the run. For more information, call 740-6417970 or 740-704-2559. Rain date will be Oct. 17.

Proceeds benefit the Ohio National Road Association. Oakfield Wesleyan Church olding revival services OAKFIELD Revival services will Oct. 11to 14 at Oakfield Wesleyan hurch, 3583 Ohio 13 SE, Oakfield. vangelist David Hopkins from eebles will speak at 10:30 a.m. and 6 services that Sunday and at 7 p.m.

Monday to Wednesday. For more information, call Pastor aniel Hinkle at the church at 740-3423 081. MAILBAG.

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