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Rice to continue baseball career at Bluffton

Rice to continue baseball career at Bluffton

| May 27, 2020

Garrett Rice son of Jeanette and Joe Rice of Coshocton signed his National Letter of Intent to play baseball at Division III Bluffton University in Bluffton. The Coshocton High School graduate began playing t-ball while at Lincoln Elementary and continued to grow and learn good sportsmanship up through high school said his parents who are […]

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Mayor requesting feedback from residents

| May 27, 2020

At the May 26 City Council meeting, Mayor Mark Mills stated he wants to hear from the residents of Coshocton regarding the legislation he has been working on that would allow the use of UTVs (Utility Task Vehicles) on city streets. A UTV is a four to six-wheel off-road vehicle furnished with a steering wheel, […]

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Library offering curb side services

Library offering curb side services

| May 26, 2020

“Since day one of being closed to the public we have been actively working on restoring services,” said Coshocton Library Director Jennifer Austin. “We took a realistic look at what we could launch.” Patrons can get access online and look to see what items are available for them or they can call. They are notified […]

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#SpotCoshocton offers family fun

#SpotCoshocton offers family fun

| May 22, 2020

The Coshocton Visitors Bureau has several unique trails listed on their website to help visitors and local people find all that Coshocton has to offer. Among the choices are the Three Rivers Wine Trail, The Antique and Unique Shopping Trail, geocaching, a quilt barn trail and #SpotCoshocton. Many of these may not offer much in […]

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Coshocton Moose Lodge updating during stay at home closure

Coshocton Moose Lodge updating during stay at home closure

| May 22, 2020

While no business wants to be forced to be closed, the Coshocton Moose Lodge decided to take advantage of the stay at home order and update the club. Members will be happily surprised when they are able to return to business, which was scheduled for May 21 with very limited hours. Missy Adkins, manager of […]

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Community honors seniors on the court square

Community honors seniors on the court square

| May 22, 2020

After talking to Missy Adkins-Mossman who mentioned other communities were honoring the class of 2020 by placing pictures of graduating seniors in public places, Tiffany Swigert from the Coshocton Port Authority thought it would be cool to place all the seniors pictures downtown. “I was super excited. I think it is a fantastic idea to honor […]

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In memory of our heroes

In memory of our heroes

| May 21, 2020

Every year, Memorial Day is celebrated by a parade down Main Street, followed by a special ceremony on the court square that honors those brave men and women who fought to keep our country safe and free. It is a celebration of the honor, bravery and courage these service people had. During the ceremony, the […]

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Local veteran publishes first book

Local veteran publishes first book

| May 21, 2020

In 1965, a small, pocket-size Bible was handed to a soldier heading for Vietnam.  In 2017, that same Bible was carried to Afghanistan by another soldier. The story of this Bible’s 50 plus year journey through seven soldiers and four foreign countries is told in the new book “Faith in War: The Soldiers Bible.” It […]

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