Community News

Ohio Department of Aging encourages service providers to seek coronavirus relief funding

The State of Ohio has made available more than $485 million in CARES Act Coronavirus Relief Funds to certain providers that offer long-term services and support to older Ohioans. The funding is intended to help with costs related to the COVID-19 pandemic and safely maintaining or restarting services. Eligible providers include skilled nursing facilities, MyCare […]

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Patrol offers pedestrian and motorist safety tips ahead of Halloween

Patrol offers pedestrian and motorist safety tips ahead of Halloween

While the traditional trick-or-treat night may look different this year, safety should remain a primary concern for parents, children, and motorists. This is why the Ohio State Highway Patrol is reminding both pedestrians and motorists to be vigilant on the roads while communities are hosting their trick-or-treat nights. “Halloween is always a fun night for […]

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New Rust Decor owners grow number of vendors

New Rust Decor owners grow number of vendors

Jill and Kevin Sheridan have a little bit of everything for everyone in their store at 1148 Walnut St. The number of vendors has increased from the 15 they inherited when they first purchased Rust Decor in June to 30 vendors at this time. “We’re going to stop at 30. It’s a good number for the […]

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Sports

Local bowlers strive for perfect game

Local bowlers strive for perfect game

Legacy Lanes has seen several people bowl perfect games since they reopened after being closed due to COVID – 19. According to Jeff Oswald, co-owner, the new lanes are synthetic, so they are more consistent and offer more pin action. A perfect game is a score of 300 – which means a strike in every […]

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Coshocton soccer club finds more results

Coshocton soccer club finds more results

The newly formed Ohio Extreme Soccer Club here in Coshocton and home based out of the Kids America sports complex has found success once again at a major youth tournament in Central Ohio. The soccer club currently field’s teams for both boys and girls in the age groups of u9-u11 in competitive traveling soccer, and […]

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CHS and RVHS organize Volley for a Cure

CHS and RVHS organize Volley for a Cure

When Kayla Dulgar, a sophomore volleyball player for River View High School approached varsity assistant coach Stephanie Snyder about doing Volley for a Cure against Coshocton High School it wasn’t long before the game was on. “I always loved to see the girls play as a little girl and it brings a whole other level […]

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Opinion

Chamber presents annual awards and announces date for 2021 dinner

Chamber presents annual awards and announces date for 2021 dinner

The Buckeyes looked pretty sharp in their season opener against the Nebraska Cornhuskers. It took a bit to get going, but once they did, it was almost like watching the team from last year on the field. In fact, the Buckeyes made enough of an impression in the first game that they soared from the […]

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Shop early, shop often and shop local this holiday season

Shop early, shop often and shop local this holiday season

Someone said there was a football game in Pittsburgh on Sunday. That’s odd, because I never found a football game. I saw a thrashing though. Just think, only a couple more weeks and all this craziness will be over, and we can go back to being civil with each other. I’m sure that the national […]

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I guess we are still observing things after all?

Town seemed a bit quieter as I made the left turn onto Main Street on Monday morning. Then I remembered – this is Columbus Day – Monday, Oct. 12. Gee, I thought that this may have went away with the dodo bird, statues, monuments, team names, and on and on. You get the idea. So, […]

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Notices

Sheriff’s Office Report for October 26, 2020

On October 25th, the Sheriff’s Office investigated 0 Accidents and 2 Complaints.  Accidents:   Complaints:  Ashley Rogalski of Coshocton reported criminal damaging. Michael Buckmaster Sr. of Coshocton reported having power tools stolen from his garage.

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Sheriff’s Office Report for October 25, 2020

On October 24th, the Sheriff’s Office investigated 3 Accidents and 3 Complaints.  Accidents: Mark Warpenburg of Coshocton reported a motor vehicle accident. Ida Dansby of Coshocton backed into Jennifer Jennings in the parking lot of the Bellflower Apartment Complex. Ida was cited for driving under suspension, non-compliance, as well as improper backing. Shawn Surgenor of […]

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Sheriff’s Office Report for October 23, 2020

On October 22nd, the Sheriff’s Office investigated 0 Accidents and 5 Complaints.  Accidents:   Complaints:  Thomas Krasky of West Lafayette was stopped for no tail lights. Upon further investigation, it was found that Mr. Krasky was driving under suspension. Mr. Krasky was cited for no tail lights and Driver under a child support suspension. Tina […]

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Clubs & Organizations

Meet Leslie Fehrman Ridenbaugh – LCC Class of 2021

Meet Leslie Fehrman Ridenbaugh – LCC Class of 2021

Leslie Fehrman Ridenbaugh is a Coshocton native, growing up in the City of Coshocton attending Coshocton High School. Following graduation in 2004, she attended Marietta College majoring in international business. Realizing this major was not a good fit for her career goal, Ridenbaugh returned home to attend Central Ohio Technical College, where she started in […]

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Warsaw Lions Club organizing raffle

The Warsaw Lions Club annual variety show has been canceled for this year due to the COVID pandemic. About 80% of their budget stems from the show which helps groups and organizations in the community. “We considered a virtual show but with production and filming it wouldn’t have been profitable,” said Jim Williamson, raffle chairperson. Instead, […]

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Rock hunt winners named

Rock hunt winners named

The Coshocton Fatherhood Initiative sponsored in conjunction with Papa John’s Pizza and Clary Gardens a free family friendly rock hunt. The event was held at Clary Gardens Oct. 24-25. Thirty rocks were placed on the grounds for fathers and their children to be hunted for. Rocks found could be redeemed for prizes on each day […]

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E-Edition

October 22, 2020 Coshocton County Beacon

October 22, 2020 Coshocton County Beacon

This week’s e-edition of The Coshocton County Beacon is now online. Want to get free mail delivery of the print edition of The Beacon? Request it here!

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October 15, 2020 Coshocton County Beacon

October 15, 2020 Coshocton County Beacon

This week’s e-edition of The Coshocton County Beacon is now online. Want to get free mail delivery of the print edition of The Beacon? Request it here!

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October 8, 2020 Coshocton County Beacon

October 8, 2020 Coshocton County Beacon

This week’s e-edition of The Coshocton County Beacon is now online. Want to get free mail delivery of the print edition of The Beacon? Request it here!

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