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Camp Invention Connect brings a smile to young faces

Camp Invention Connect brings a smile to young faces

| July 30, 2020

This year, thanks to COVID-19, the one-week summer STEM program known as Camp Invention was formatted to be an at-home, virtual camp. Participants received a box in the mail complete with projects for each day and detailed instructions. Online video sessions for each activity was made available and opportunities to virtually interact with camp coaches […]

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Coshocton and West Lafayette water project underway

Coshocton and West Lafayette water project underway

| July 30, 2020

Last year, when chemicals were found underground that were threatening the water supply of the village of West Lafayette, West Lafayette Mayor Stephen Bordenkircher and Steve Mercer, mayor of Coshocton at the time, started working together with Safety Service Director Max Crown to figure out a way to get water from Coshocton to West Lafayette. […]

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Kids enjoying summer camp at Chili Crossroads Bible Church

Kids enjoying summer camp at Chili Crossroads Bible Church

| July 24, 2020

What child wouldn’t want to go to a summer camp on three and a half acres that offers a different activity every hour? Bikes, a zip line, horseback riding, buggy rides, a petting zoo, and slip and slide are just a few fun adventures at the camp. Children ages 3 to sixth grade are having […]

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Collins’ Meat Market celebrating 40 years

Collins’ Meat Market celebrating 40 years

| July 24, 2020

In 1973 Gary Collins started working at Young’s IGA at age 16 carrying groceries. Store manager Dick Selders asked him if he would want to go into the meat department on Friday and Saturday to help clean. He started learning to cut meat when he was 17. Today, he is known as “The Meat Man.” […]

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Progress is steady on renovations at former Sue’s Hallmark building

Progress is steady on renovations at former Sue’s Hallmark building

| July 24, 2020

The former Sue’s Hallmark on Main Street is getting a huge renovation. Progress has been slow, thanks in part to the COVID-19 virus, but steady and plans are taking shape for five mid-high end apartments and two commercial areas when the building is finished early next summer. Liz Argyle purchased the building without seeing the […]

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Allwell opens bigger facility to better serve the community

Allwell opens bigger facility to better serve the community

| July 23, 2020

Thompkins Treatment and Six County merged in October of 2016 and became Allwell Behavioral Health Services. As they worked to combine forces, resources and staff to better serve Coshocton County, they knew that in order to best serve Coshocton they would need to find a new home that would accommodate everyone and all the services […]

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Coshocton Senior Center hosts a blast from the past

Coshocton Senior Center hosts a blast from the past

| July 17, 2020

The Fabulous 50s Drive-in at the Coshocton Senior Center parking lot offered a blast from the past with root beer floats and hotdogs, door prizes and rocking to the oldies courtesy of DJ Rick Williamson and Austin Philabaum from R&D Promotions. The weather was hot, but the music, cars and root beer floats were cool. […]

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Enjoy your favorite fair food this weekend

Enjoy your favorite fair food this weekend

| July 16, 2020

Whatever your favorite fair food, you can find it at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds this weekend – Stromboli, cotton candy, French Fries, funnel cakes, pizza, caramel apples, elephant ears, deep fried Oreos, ribbon chips, chicken wings and tenders, corn dogs, snow cones, lemonade and more. With the cancellation of fairs and festivals this 2020 season local food […]

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