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Time to order veterans’ banners for Memorial Day

Time to order veterans’ banners for Memorial Day

| February 14, 2024

Before Memorial Day, several streets in Coshocton, Conesville, and West Lafayette will be lined with veteran’s banners. This year, Warsaw and Plainfield will be joining in honoring those who served our country. Since the program began, around 100 banners have been purchased. The banners are made of vinyl and include the veteran’s name, branch of […]

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Lenten Lunches to be held at Presbyterian Church

Lenten Lunches to be held at Presbyterian Church

| February 7, 2024

Church Women United will once again host Lenten Lunches at the Presbyterian Church in Coshocton. The first lunch will be served Wednesday, Feb. 14, and the last will be Wednesday, March 20. The lunches will begin at 11:45 a.m. and last about an hour. A $5 donation is asked. Local churches provide the food and […]

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CHS updates weight room for its students

CHS updates weight room for its students

| February 4, 2024

“We want the best for all of our students.” Justin Smith, athletic director for Coshocton City Schools, made that statement several times when talking about the updates that were made recently to the weight room at Coshocton High School. “The updates were easier to get because all of the staff came together – we all […]

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Community rallies around the Wrights

Community rallies around the Wrights

| January 29, 2024

A soup and sandwich benefit was held Jan. 26, at River View High School for the Eric and Jody Wright family. Eric spent six months in the hospital after being injured in freak accident on a bridge coming from Killbuck with wife Jody last March which left him a quadriplegic. “I am just so grateful that all […]

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Coshocton SWCD names Medley new district administrator

| January 23, 2024

Ryan Medley is the new district administrator of the Coshocton Soil and Water Conservation District following the retirement of Deb Bigelow. He took over the position in January 2024, but has been with the district since 2007. “I was born and raised in Coshocton County, but in 2018, I moved across the line into Tuscarawas […]

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James Rollins “Breezy” Brock

James Rollins “Breezy” Brock

| January 18, 2024

James Rollins “Breezy” Brock, 73, died Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2024 at Altercare of Coshocton. He was born Oct. 12, 1950 in Mount Pleasant, PA to the late Jame Clyde “JC” and Catherine Blanche (Overly) Brock. He served in the US Army in Vietnam, with the 82nd, 101st, and 103rd Airborne Divisions. James was a member […]

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Galentine’s Day party planned for Feb. 12

Galentine’s Day party planned for Feb. 12

| January 15, 2024

Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce and Coshocton Regional Medical Center are inviting everyone to a Galentine’s Day Party on Monday, Feb. 12. The Women’s Empower – Her Network Event will be from 4:30-6 p.m. at the Coshocton Community Room, 637 Chestnut St. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased through the Facebook event page. Amy Crown, director of the […]

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4-H shooting sports program teaches many lessons

| January 4, 2024

The National 4-H Shooting Sports Program gives young people an opportunity to learn marksmanship, safe and responsible use of firearms, principles of hunting and archery, and more. This program helps to develop life skills, self-worth, and conservation ethics. It’s also important because two thirds of the homes in the United States have firearms. “We are […]

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