Archive for January, 2022

Harlan ‘Jay’ Boal

| January 26, 2022

Harlan “Jay” Boal, 73, of Dresden passed away Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022, at Genesis Hospital in Zanesville. He was born in Zanesville, Ohio on January 3, 1949 to the late Lawrence M. and Doris M. (Hixon) Boal. Jay was a graduate of Tri-Valley High School and worked for General Electric for 37 years before retiring.  […]

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Family dependency treatment court celebrates certification

Family dependency treatment court celebrates certification

| January 26, 2022

The Family Dependency Treatment Court of the Coshocton County Juvenile Court has earned final certification from the Ohio Supreme Court’s Commission on Specialized Dockets. The new certification is in effect from 2022 through 2024, and was celebrated in conjunction with its 52nd successful graduation candidate. In order to receive the certification, the local court had […]

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Miller highlights MARCS funding to the 72nd District

| January 26, 2022

State Representative Kevin Miller (R-Newark) highlights MARCS (Multi-Agency Radio Communication System) funding coming to four fire departments in the 72nd district. This funding was made available by the state budget, which was supported by Representative Miller. MARCS is the radio system that allows for our first responders to communicate with one another when responding to […]

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Olive Louise Blair

Olive Louise Blair

| January 26, 2022

Olive Louise Blair, 89, of Coshocton, passed away on Saturday, Jan. 22, 2022. She was born in Coshocton on April 18, 1932, to the late John and Mae (Lollathin) Lillibridge. Olive worked at the Coshocton County Home as a nurse’s aide for many years before retiring. She was an avid reader and enjoyed crocheting, needlepoint, […]

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Missionary teaches tumbling classes at Kids America

Missionary teaches tumbling classes at Kids America

| January 26, 2022

Before Deanna Jolley moved to Coshocton with her husband, she owned one of the biggest tumbling schools in Utah. They are missionaries from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and will be living here for 18 months. When they discovered Kids America, Jolley realized there were no tumbling classes for children and started […]

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Miller celebrates largest economic development in Ohio’s history

| January 25, 2022

State Representative Kevin Miller (R-Newark) highlights Intel’s Investment in Ohio. Intel, a semiconductor company, announced that they will be bringing the largest economic development project in Ohio’s history to Licking County. State Representative Kevin Miller released the following statement on the announcement: “This project will be instrumental in cementing Ohio as a state open to […]

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Grant K. Daugherty files for Coshocton County Auditor

Grant K. Daugherty files for Coshocton County Auditor

| January 25, 2022

Grant K. Daugherty, who has served eight years as Coshocton County Commissioner and 15 years as township fiscal officer, has filed to run for Coshocton County Auditor in 2022. Daugherty, a lifelong Republican, is committed to bringing a conservative, commonsense, business approach to the auditor’s office. After careful assessment of the current environment in the […]

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Camp Echoing Hills returns for 2022 summer season

| January 25, 2022

Echoing Hills is pleased to announce Camp Echoing Hills will return for its 55th summer beginning in May. Camp Echoing Hills welcomes individuals with disabilities having mild to moderate medical needs, with specific weeks set up to accommodate individuals who require hand-over-hand care. This year, for the first time, there will also be an opportunity […]

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