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COTC to have College Credit Plus information nights

| February 14, 2019

NEWARK — During 2016 and 2017, Ohio families saved more than $262 million in college tuition costs thanks to College Credit Plus (CCP). Parents and students are invited to learn how high school and middle school students can enroll in college for free by attending one of COTC’s upcoming CCP Information Nights. Topics to be […]

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Museum to host What Woman Want event

Museum to host What Woman Want event

| February 14, 2019

COSHOCTON – Ladies, are you ready to indulge in an evening of scrumptious cuisine paired with delectable wines, all while supporting a great cause? The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum promises this and more at the What Women Want dinner and auction April 13 beginning at 5:30 p.m. What Women Want: A Night Out Just for Women features […]

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Internationally acclaimed speaker, author coming to Sacred Heart

| February 14, 2019

COSHOCTON – For the past 30 years and 2.5 million people, Dr. Mike Thomson has been described as “The Master of Entertainment, Inspiration, Empowerment and Learning” in venues as different as small seminars and international conferences or in his many radio and television appearances. “Dr. Mike,” as he is known around the world, will be […]

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Ohio Family Counseling and Consultation LLC has ribbon cutting

Ohio Family Counseling and Consultation LLC has ribbon cutting

| February 12, 2019

COSHOCTON – Ohio Family Counseling and Consultation LLC had its ribbon cutting ceremonies beneath rainy skies on Tuesday, Feb. 12. Located at 303 South Fourth St., Coshocton, the business opened on Jan. 2 to meet the mental health needs of the residents in Coshocton County. “We are super excited for this new business,” said Amy […]

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Chocolate Extravaganza a family tradition for Martins

Chocolate Extravaganza a family tradition for Martins

| February 11, 2019

COSHOCTON – The sweet smell of chocolate permeated the Coshocton County Career Center on Saturday, Feb. 9 during the 27th annual Chocolate Extravaganza. Tables covered with cakes, cookies, candies, and other sweet desserts filled the cafeteria and chocolate lovers were lined up outside of the building before the opening, ready to claim their favorite desserts. […]

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River View Junior High’s Chad Dickson earns literary award

River View Junior High’s Chad Dickson earns literary award

| February 11, 2019

WARSAW – River View Junior High School has been informed that Chad Dickson, an eighth grade English/Language Arts teacher is a finalist in a national literacy grant contest. The contest is sponsored by Dollar General and Suave with the purpose of helping support literacy growth of students in the classroom. Dickson was nominated by his colleague, […]

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Hillis is new funeral director at Miller Funeral Home

Hillis is new funeral director at Miller Funeral Home

| February 11, 2019

COSHOCTON – Miller Funeral Home & Crematory welcomes Jack Hillis to the business as a funeral director and embalmers apprentice. Hillis is a Zanesville native and graduated from Zanesville High School in 2013. He is the third generation of his family to pursue a career in funeral service. After graduating from the University of Cincinnati […]

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Meet Princess

Meet Princess

| February 11, 2019

Princess was found half feral with a broken hip! With donations, we were able to have her $1,000 surgery to have it repaired. She now runs to strangers and demands love, however it has to be on her terms! She can be very sweet, but she can also be temperamental! She’s sensitive with her hip, […]

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