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Cooper charged with assault

Cooper charged with assault

| July 28, 2020

On July 26, 2020 at approximately 3:08 a.m, the Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call from a female stating she was assaulted and needed help. Deputies, along with Coshocton County EMS were dispatched to 20787 County Road 124. Once on scene, deputies secured the residence while EMS treated the female for her injuries. […]

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Tornado sirens to be tested

Tornado sirens to be tested

| July 28, 2020

A monthly test of outdoor warning sirens, will take place at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 5. The monthly test will also promote public awareness of the eight warning sirens located throughout the county. These eight sirens are located at Bakersville, Conesville, Coshocton City, Coshocton City Schools, Canal Lewisville, Pleasant Valley, West Lafayette and Walhonding […]

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Business partners ready to bring Ollie’s to Coshocton

| July 27, 2020

Jason Pendola and Michael Mast believe in the future of Coshocton and are excited to help move it forward. The business partners bought the former Woodbury Outfitters store on Second Street and are excited to announce that Ollie’s will be moving into the location. “We both believe in Coshocton and think it has a great […]

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Main St. Station owners excited to be a part of the community

Main St. Station owners excited to be a part of the community

| July 25, 2020

Tammy Alverson and Walter Bergeron were actually looking at another piece of property to open a restaurant but decided to take a chance and check out an auction on Main Street, which led them to a home for their Main St. Station. “The place was packed when we came to the auction, but there were […]

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Kids enjoying summer camp at Chili Crossroads Bible Church

Kids enjoying summer camp at Chili Crossroads Bible Church

| July 24, 2020

What child wouldn’t want to go to a summer camp on three and a half acres that offers a different activity every hour? Bikes, a zip line, horseback riding, buggy rides, a petting zoo, and slip and slide are just a few fun adventures at the camp. Children ages 3 to sixth grade are having […]

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Collins’ Meat Market celebrating 40 years

Collins’ Meat Market celebrating 40 years

| July 24, 2020

In 1973 Gary Collins started working at Young’s IGA at age 16 carrying groceries. Store manager Dick Selders asked him if he would want to go into the meat department on Friday and Saturday to help clean. He started learning to cut meat when he was 17. Today, he is known as “The Meat Man.” […]

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OhioSE partners with JobsOhio to distribute PPE toolkits

| July 24, 2020

Beginning the week of July 20, Ohio Southeast Economic Development (OhioSE), the JobsOhio Network Partner for southern, eastern, and southeastern Ohio, began distributing PPE Safety Toolkits, donated by JobsOhio, to assist small businesses throughout the region. The PPE Safety Toolkits will provide small businesses in southeastern and southern Ohio with the PPE resources to stay protected […]

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Allwell opens bigger facility to better serve the community

Allwell opens bigger facility to better serve the community

| July 23, 2020

Thompkins Treatment and Six County merged in October of 2016 and became Allwell Behavioral Health Services. As they worked to combine forces, resources and staff to better serve Coshocton County, they knew that in order to best serve Coshocton they would need to find a new home that would accommodate everyone and all the services […]

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