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Taste of Coshocton is evening of fun, friends and food

Taste of Coshocton is evening of fun, friends and food

| August 14, 2017

COSHOCTON – Thirty minutes before the official start of the annual Taste of Coshocton event, the line of people waiting to get in stretched from the patio of the Lake Park Pavilion to the parking lot. Signs listing all of the agencies that the United Way supports lined the path as friends laughed together and […]

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Raffle raises money for Project Grinch Dust

Raffle raises money for Project Grinch Dust

| August 11, 2017

COSHOCTON – Eight years ago, Kim Fincher, pictured, and Ashley Bryant started buying Christmas gifts for Friends of the Homeless Shelter in New Philadelphia. Over the years, the gift-buying grew and out of that, the non-profit organization Project Grinch Dust was born. Fincher had this beautiful Grinch-themed quilt to be raffled off at the 30th […]

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Watermelon victory

Watermelon victory

| August 7, 2017

WARSAW – Cruz Mobley was all smiles after winning the 11-14 year-old division of the watermelon eating contest held Aug. 6 at the 51st annual River View Community Park Social in Warsaw. Even though he is a returning watermelon eating champ, Mobley said it still felt good to win.             […]

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White Night was a perfect combination of friends and fun

White Night was a perfect combination of friends and fun

| August 7, 2017

COSHOCTON – The street in front of the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum in Roscoe Village was transformed into a sea of white and twinkling lights on Aug. 5 for the annual White Night event. The evening is a fundraiser for the museum. “The money we get from admittance tickets into the museum only cover about 5 percent […]

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Volunteers enjoy helping children at Safety City

Volunteers enjoy helping children at Safety City

| August 7, 2017

COSHOCTON – Trevor Cooper believes children learn important lessons at Safety City that can help them with everyday life. “I’m glad I went through Safety City because now that I’m 17 and a driver I think it helped me with paying attention to signs and the road a lot more,” he said. Cooper was one […]

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Echoing Hills celebrates 50 years

Echoing Hills celebrates 50 years

| August 2, 2017

WARSAW – Buddy Busch, president/CEO of Echoing Hills, was very thankful for all those who turned out for the organizations 50th anniversary celebration. “We have a full house and so many friends are being united after many years,” he said. Supporters of Echoing Hills were invited to a dinner and presentation held Sunday, July 30. […]

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Bark for Life held at Burt Park

Bark for Life held at Burt Park

| August 2, 2017

WEST LAFAYETTE – The West Lafayette Homecoming Festival held its Bark for Life event on Saturday, July 29 at Burt Park. Among the dogs that took part in the event were other animals including a cat and a horse who made their way around Burt Park along with the dogs for a memory walk dedicated […]

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Ready, set, fire

Ready, set, fire

| July 28, 2017

COSHOCTON – Claire Killiany is pictured working with Ryan Kuhns during Pleasant Hill Baptist Church’s Experiencing God’s Great Outdoors program, which was held Thursday through Sunday, July 27-30. Children ages 9-15 were invited to come learn a variety of outdoor lessons including the ones taught on July 28 that focused on shooting sports and were […]

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