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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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Lake Park Aquatic Center will remain closed in 2020

Lake Park Aquatic Center will remain closed in 2020

| May 21, 2020

The Board of Park Commissioners met in special session on May 20 to review and discuss summer plans for the Lake Park Aquatic Center. Last week, Governor Mike DeWine announced that swimming pool and aquatic centers could open on Tuesday, May 26, providing they could follow the Guidelines in Responsible Restart Ohio as well as […]

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Winner announced in the Pomerene Center mascot contest

Winner announced in the Pomerene Center mascot contest

| May 21, 2020

The Pomerene Center is sometimes mistakenly called the “Pomeranian” Center. To capitalize on this fun pronunciation, we organized a virtual dog show where all dogs could enter and be a “Pom.” The winner of the contest is Rudy. Rudy is a 7-year-old Pomeranian who thinks he is a human boy and is very social. He […]

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Coshocton has plenty to offer tourists even with social distancing in place

Coshocton has plenty to offer tourists even with social distancing in place

| May 7, 2020

There is still plenty you can do in Coshocton County while continuing to practice social distancing. “We are trying to push a lot of our outdoor offerings,” said Mindy Brems, executive director of the Coshocton Visitors Bureau. “We have so much wide-open space here in Coshocton County that already lends itself nicely to social distancing.” […]

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2020 West Lafayette Homecoming canceled

2020 West Lafayette Homecoming canceled

| May 5, 2020

The West Lafayette Chamber of Commerce made the tough decision during its May 4 meeting to cancel the 2020 West Lafayette Homecoming. The 73rd annual event would have been held in July. “We decided to do this because of the coronavirus and not being able to have large groups together,” said Patty Griffith, secretary of […]

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The Pomerene Center announces mascot contest

The Pomerene Center announces mascot contest

| April 23, 2020

The Pomerene Center is sometimes mistakenly called the “Pomeranian” Center. To capitalize on this fun pronunciation, we’re organizing a virtual dog show where all dogs can be a “Pom.” All dogs can enter, whether they be a true Pomeranian or a Pomeranian wanna be. The winning dog will possess all the qualities of a Pom […]

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Pomerene Center announces free Friday night concert at home on April 24

Pomerene Center announces free Friday night concert at home on April 24

| April 21, 2020

To help ease the boredom of our in-house quarantine, The Pomerene Center is hosting a free Friday night concert at home this Friday, April 24, at 7:30 p.m. with Barefoot (Jake) McCoy. This performance is part two in presenting a quality, live performance. The Pomerene Center will broadcast this concert live on its FaceBook page […]

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Hot air balloon festival cancelled

Hot air balloon festival cancelled

| April 8, 2020

The Coshocton Hot Air Balloon Festival Committee has decided to cancel the 2020 festival in the best interests of our sponsors, vendors, pilots, volunteers, and attendees. Tom Roahrig, president of the festival committee, says “Our community has supported this event for 39 years and our sponsors have been very generous. In this time of uncertainty, […]

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