Archive for May, 2017

Revay retires from clerk of courts office

Revay retires from clerk of courts office

| May 31, 2017

COSHOCTON – Kathy Revay is pictured with her grandchildren Ethan and Morgan McCoy at her retirement party on May 31 in the common pleas court room at the Coshocton County Court House. Revay, the chief deputy clerk, retired after 25 years of employment with the clerk of courts office. “I’ve served under four different clerks […]

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Council passes resolution dealing with medical marijuana

| May 31, 2017

COSHOCTON – After much discussion, Coshocton City Council passed a resolution during a special meeting held May 30 to welcome medical marijuana manufacturing facilities and put a six month moratorium on dispensary facilities in the City of Coshocton. Applications to establish such facilities are due to the state this month and before city officials decided […]

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Free summer meals offered to children

| May 31, 2017

COSHOCTON – Kno Ho Co Ashland CAC is partnering with several other organizations to provide free summer meals to children ages 18 and under. Summer of 2017 meals are set to begin on Monday, June 19 and will run through Friday, Aug. 11. For the summer of 2017 there are four meal sites. All are open to […]

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Home Loan Savings Bank celebrates 135th anniversary

Home Loan Savings Bank celebrates 135th anniversary

| May 31, 2017

COSHOCTON – The Home Loan Savings Bank celebrated its 135th anniversary with a lunchtime reception for customers on Wednesday, May 31 at the Main Street office and Walnut Street location in Coshocton, the West Lafayette branch and the office in Mount Vernon. CEO Robert “Bob” Hamilton is pictured with Gordon and Ruth Hardesty at the […]

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Defense Manufacturing Assistance Program comes to Coshocton

| May 31, 2017

COSHOCTON – States deeply entrenched in military contracting have been negatively affected over the past decade by the reduction of military spending. States hit hardest include Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana. Coshocton is just one of countless towns in the Midwest who have felt the effects of the downturn in military spending. This downturn ultimately means […]

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River View softball sets home run record

River View softball sets home run record

| May 31, 2017

WARSAW – Four Lady Bears hit over the fence home runs in their away game against Claymont on April 26. Gracie Dunlap got the home run derby started in the third inning. Isabella Heddleson and Alyssa Thomas each had a home run in the fifth inning. Claire Warschauer had the final home run in the […]

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RHS track athletes headed to state

RHS track athletes headed to state

| May 31, 2017

WEST LAFAYETTE – Five Ridgewood athletes will participate in the Division II, Region 7, OHSAA State Track and Field Championships this weekend in Columbus. In the regional finals at Athens on Saturday, May 27, sophomore hurdler Alexis Prater claimed the regional title in the girls’ 100 meter hurdles at a time of 14.91. In field […]

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Large birds nest on US 36 is home to Ospreys

Large birds nest on US 36 is home to Ospreys

| May 31, 2017

COSHOCTON – A large bird’s nest on a power pole across from Hahn’s Valero at the intersection of U.S. 36 and Country Road 621 is not the home of Eagles like many people have been wondering. “Eagles’ nests are always in trees,” said Wildlife Officer Jerrod Allison. “I’m sure there are some that have done […]

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