COSHOCTON – Would you like to learn how to make your garden a little more productive and prolong the harvest? Ever think about growing a cover crop or want to learn more about crop rotation? Join us at The Fall Vegetable Garden class being held from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 30, in Room 145 [...]
COSHOCTON – Active shooter/aggressor training will be offered at COTC’s Coshocton Campus from 9 to 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 4. The session will focus on the ALICE concepts of Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Escape while stressing empowerment of individuals not to become a victim. A presentation on Verbal Judo for Customer Service will also [...]
WARSAW – At the recent 103rd annual Warsaw Alumni Banquet, nine 2013 River View graduates received a total of $8,750 in scholarships. This awards program began in 1992 and since its inception; $65,475 has been presented to River View grads. This year three students received $1,000 Warsaw Alumni Scholarships. The award winners were Samantha Straits, [...]
WARSAW – The River View Board of Education has scheduled an additional meeting for 7 a.m. Monday, June 24, at the board office. The agenda for this meeting will be to approve final appropriations, amended certificates, transfers/advances and temporary appropriations.
The Rotary Club of West Lafayette purchased around 90 books for Ridgewood Elementary third graders as the club’s literacy project this past year. The books, chosen by the third grade teachers, Mrs. Beal, Mrs. Klier, and Ms. Brenda Metzger, were presented to the classrooms. These books included the Judy Moody Series, the Stone Fox Series, [...]
COSHOCTON – Matthew Krasky and Kane Wilkie, Coshocton County Career Center auto tech students, received first place in the state’s Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills competition, and will be competing at nationals in Dearborn, MI on June 9 – 12 on the front lawn of the Ford National Headquarters. Upon winning state, Krasky and Wilkie received [...]
COSHOCTON – The Suicide Prevention Coalition gathered for a memorial walk and butterfly release at noon on Saturday, June 1 at the Himebaugh Lot to bring awareness to mental illness and encourage those who may be at risk of suicide to seek immediate help. “The coalition is trying to make a strong effort to get [...]
Coshocton Christian School elementary students visited the Wilderness Center in Wilmot, Ohio on Tuesday, May 22 for an end-of-the-year field trip. Pictured are Mason Harper, Russ Eberhard, and Brody Stevens after completing their bug craft. Coshocton Christian School is enrolling for the next school year. Call 622-5052.