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Christmas Castle helps almost 400 families

Christmas Castle helps almost 400 families

| December 18, 2020

The Salvation Army Christmas Castle had 382 families signed up this year which means a total of 626 children will have a happy Christmas thanks to the generosity of people in the community. Major Vicki Clark said, “Coshocton County has been so generous. The  Angels group from newborn to 5-years-old receive $40 each, the kiddos […]

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Standing Oaks and Kno-Ho-Co making plans to work together

| December 17, 2020

Initially, Standing Oaks of East Central Ohio (Isaiah 61:1-3) a nonprofit faith-based organization associated with the Homeless Coalition, was planning to create a transitional homeless shelter in the county by purchasing land to build a shelter or renovating an existing building. With the purchase of the Hickory Street Shelter by Kno-Ho-Co their goal is the same, but the […]

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Opportunity School dresses up Main Street

Opportunity School dresses up Main Street

| December 9, 2020

Students and staff members of the Opportunity School collaborated together on their first annual community service project called Dress Up Main Street. Because of COVID, the students have not been able to participate in a community service project outdoors this year. However, that changed when Diana McKee saw a picture that inspired a project idea […]

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Writer donates book proceeds to Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum

Writer donates book proceeds to Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum

| December 9, 2020

Scott Butler, Ph. D., a 1972 graduate of Coshocton and former Coshocton resident, has written numerous books about Coshocton’s history. His most recent work, “Frontier History of Coshocton,” is the culmination of six years of research and the book that ties all of his other historical books together. Butler began his in-depth study of Coshocton’s […]

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Family helps dad continue 30 year tradition

Family helps dad continue 30 year tradition

| December 8, 2020

For 30 years Ed and Darlene Greer on Wilson Avenue loved lighting up their home every year for the holidays, adding more lights and attractions each year. “They liked to have different scenes using Santa Claus. Sometimes Santa could be seen in the chimney. One year he was falling off the roof and losing the […]

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Drive thru food giveaway planned for Dec. 19

Drive thru food giveaway planned for Dec. 19

| December 8, 2020

Moving Mountains Ranch along with Cross Creek Cattle Company both in Warsaw will be hosting a drive thru food giveaway at noon on Saturday, Dec. 19 at the Coshocton Fairgrounds. The drive thru is offered to anyone that has a need. “Last year we helped the Salvation Army with food and goods. We gave a […]

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Live nativity shares the message of the season

Live nativity shares the message of the season

| December 7, 2020

The Coshocton Christian Tabernacle presented its annual Journey Back Through Time to The Live Nativity for three nights on Dec. 4-6. Twenty-three years ago, when the church was located on Browns Lane, then choir director, Mary Ann Gill had an idea for a live nativity. She wondered if they could do something more than the […]

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Fairgrounds light show draws a crowd

Fairgrounds light show draws a crowd

| December 7, 2020

More than 1,000 cars enjoyed a Christmas lights display on Dec. 5 at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds. All money donations from the event will be given to the Coshocton County Firefighters Toy Drive. A total is not yet available as donations are still coming in. (Photos by Jen Jones)

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