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Library hosting Tails and Tales for children and teens

Library hosting Tails and Tales for children and teens

| June 11, 2021

The Coshocton Public Library’s summer reading program is in full swing, and families are taking advantage of the fun, excitement and learning that each animal antic session is providing. Cyndi Shutt, youth services coordinator for the library, said all of the animal Antics sessions are booked, but she wants to encourage people to call if […]

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Indian Mud Run organizers are excited to be back

Indian Mud Run organizers are excited to be back

| June 9, 2021

When the park levy failed in 2012, an amazing fundraiser known as the Indian Mud Run was started. In their first year the obstacle race brought in more than 500 people, and it has grown every year since. 2019 was the year they had their best race and their best reviews. As a matter of […]

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Corvettes coming back to Roscoe Village

| June 9, 2021

Mark your calendars for the 22nd annual All Corvette Cruise-In at Roscoe Village on Sunday, June 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., sponsored by the Classic Glass Corvette Club and the Roscoe Village Business Association. Car Club President Mike Johnson said cars come from all over, some from Pennsylvania, Indiana, Michigan and all over Ohio. “We’ve […]

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Antiques in the Park brings community members out for fun in downtown

Antiques in the Park brings community members out for fun in downtown

| June 7, 2021

Antiques in the Park was a free all-day event held on June 5 in the artPARK featuring antique dealers selling primitives, pottery, glass, furniture, collectibles as well as food vendors, and games for both adults and children with some pretty nice prizes. Perfect weather made for a great day to have a bicycle give away. Jaxon Sampsel, […]

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Coshocton City Council exploring DORA

Coshocton City Council exploring DORA

| June 2, 2021

May was a busy month for Coshocton City Council with the appointment of a new council president, Tom Hilgenberg, cameras getting set up at Himebaugh Park, senior banners being placed on the court square, council members getting to meet in person after approximately a year of video meetings, and the mayor introducing and proposing DORA […]

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Conkle helps WLU win MEC Softball Tournament

Conkle helps WLU win MEC Softball Tournament

| May 25, 2021

Riley Conkle, a 2019 graduate of Coshocton High School, is making a splash playing softball for West Liberty University. In high school, Conkle played several positions on the field. She was at second base as a freshman and short stop as a sophomore. Her junior year, she played at short stop and pitched and as […]

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StoryWalk ribbon cutting held at Clary Gardens

StoryWalk ribbon cutting held at Clary Gardens

| May 25, 2021

A dream that several people have had for years has come true at Clary Gardens. The ribbon cutting to officially open StoryWalk was held on May 24 with representatives from the groups who worked so hard to bring their dream to reality. The Coshocton Public Library, Clary Gardens and the Frontier Power Company came together […]

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River View graduate Reas Pepper is soaring high

River View graduate Reas Pepper is soaring high

| May 21, 2021

Seniors all over are graduating with hope for the future. For some, they may be uncertain as to what path they want to take, while others may have their careers mapped out. For one very unique and special young man, he has allowed his dreams to take flight and his future is looking very bright. […]

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