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Local sewers filling a need for face masks

Local sewers filling a need for face masks

| March 26, 2020

All it took was one phone call to get the ball rolling on a local effort to make face masks for local agencies. Rose of Sharon co-owner, Vickie Davis, said she got a call from a lady who was near tears because she needed face masks where she worked and asked if there was any […]

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UPDATE: Events canceled; offices closed due to COVID-19 outbreak

UPDATE: Events canceled; offices closed due to COVID-19 outbreak

| March 19, 2020

Community events are being canceled due to concerns surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak and businesses and offices are changing their hours. Please contact the hosting organizations to confirm whether events are still taking place or not and check with businesses before heading out. The following is a list of changes we were aware of by press […]

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New pizzeria overwhelmed with gratitude for support

New pizzeria overwhelmed with gratitude for support

| March 11, 2020

Coshocton has a new place to get pizza, Dany’s Pizzeria, located at 615 S. Seventh St., inside M2 Drive Thru. Owner, Danyelle Darr, said they opened for business on Feb. 15 and she has been overwhelmed by the welcome they have received and the support from family, friends and people in the community. Danyelle and […]

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EPICenter celebrates one-year anniversary

EPICenter celebrates one-year anniversary

| March 10, 2020

A desire to help their community encouraged Dianne and Kenneth Koch to open the EPICenter in March 2019. The center is located at 100 E. Main St. in West Lafayette. “An epicenter is ground zero, the heart of something,” Dianne said. “We chose the name because Epic means heroic, classic, ambitious, impressive. It goes with […]

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West Lafayette First Baptist Church hosts carnival

West Lafayette First Baptist Church hosts carnival

| March 9, 2020

More than 100 young people ages 2 to sixth grade along with their families signed up for the third annual West Lafayette First Baptist Church Indoor Carnival on March 7, which was an afternoon of games, fun and prizes to help lose the winter blues. Games included a bounce house, bowling, cornhole, football, basketball, darts, a fishing booth, a […]

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CES celebrates Read Across America Week

CES celebrates Read Across America Week

| March 3, 2020

The Cat in the Hat visited Coshocton Elementary School on March 2 for Read Across America Week. Several local celebrities also visited the school for the purpose of reading to students as well including Coshocton Mayor Mark Mills; Haley Sturtz from the Coshocton County Animal Shelter; Coshocton Fire Safety Officer Brent Endsley; Sheriff Tim Rogers; Mr. […]

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Almost 40 vendors attend bridal show

Almost 40 vendors attend bridal show

| March 2, 2020

Jandi Adams, from Clary Gardens, speaks with a couple attending the bridal show at Lake Park Pavilion on March 1. This is the second year that the show has been co-sponsored by the Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce and Visitor’s Bureau. Amy Crown said about 38 vendors set up and donated door prizes for the show. Everything that […]

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Sheriff’s office holds awards banquet

Sheriff’s office holds awards banquet

| February 28, 2020

The Coshocton County Sheriff’s Awards Presentation Banquet was a great opportunity for Boy Scout Troop and Pack 403 and Crew and Troop 447 to serve others with meal preparation, setting up tables, greeting guests and holding the door for guests as they arrived for the event held Feb. 26, at Emmanuel Lutheran Church. Following the spaghetti dinner, Starkey Lawrence opened the ceremony with the Pledge […]

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