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Vendors offer services to help with wedding day plans

Vendors offer services to help with wedding day plans

| February 19, 2018

COSHOCTON – Matt Shannon set the mood with classical guitar music at the bridal expo held Feb. 18 at Coshocton Village Inn and Suites. He was one of more than 30 vendors who attended the event to showcase their services to future brides and grooms. “I enjoy spreading the love of music, seeing smiles on […]

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ALDI undergoing renovations

| February 12, 2018

COSHOCTON – Remodeling at ALDI on South Second Street will lead to the store temporarily being closed in April, but it will reopen with a fresh new look at the end of May. “Renovations at our Coshocton store are part of our $1.6 billion nationwide plan, announced last February, to update more than 1,300 U.S. […]

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Conidi turns passion into career

Conidi turns passion into career

| February 12, 2018

COSHOCTON – Andrew Conidi has always had a passion for computers. Now, he is able to turn his passion into a career in his hometown of Coshocton. “I’ve always had a passion for computers,” said Conidi. “Ever since I was about 12, I’ve been working on computers. It’s something that’s constantly evolving. There’s always something […]

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Miller’s Creamery L.L.C. issues voluntary recall for undeclared soy allergen

| February 1, 2018

NEW PHILADELPHIA – Miller’s Creamery, located in New Philadelphia, is issuing a voluntary recall of Walnut Creek Foods’ Old Fashioned Carmel Popcorn, due to an undeclared soy allergen on the label. Old Fashioned Carmel Popcorn products are packaged in clear, 15oz. bags and carry a Walnut Creek Foods label. All ‘best buy dates’ for these […]

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Fortune’s Boot Shop to discontinue shoe repair

| January 29, 2018

COSHOCTON – Brent Fortune, owner of Fortune’s Boot Shop on US 36, has decided to discontinue shoe repair at his business. “I think it was just the right time to do it,” he said. “Most shoes that come in have become a throw away item anymore. A lot of them are just glued together anymore. […]

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Killbuck Creek Distillery, Lake Park receive community improvement awards

Killbuck Creek Distillery, Lake Park receive community improvement awards

| January 26, 2018

COSHOCTON – Not one, but two community improvement awards were presented at the Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce Quarterly Luncheon held Jan. 25 at the Frontier Power Community Room. “Having two to give out is a good problem for us to have when we meet as a board to decide who to give the award […]

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Baker’s IGA celebrates 100-year anniversary

Baker’s IGA celebrates 100-year anniversary

| January 26, 2018

COSHOCTON – What started as a little general store on the corner of Jewett Avenue and Miller Avenue in Dennison in 1918 is now a multi-location business that employs approximately 150 people and offers residents in their community a hometown location with familiar, friendly faces. Baker’s IGA is celebrating 100 years of business this year […]

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New floral studio opens in Coshocton

New floral studio opens in Coshocton

| January 23, 2018

COSHOCTON – Haley Ianniello is excited to bring her passion for the floral industry and modern day designs to Coshocton. “I worked at Florafino’s in Zanesville and they are very inspirational with their style and technique,” she said. Haley’s Floral Studio is located at 139 S. Third St., Suite C and offers much more than […]

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