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Ridgewood’s Maleski to continue basketball career

Ridgewood’s Maleski to continue basketball career

| May 16, 2022

Ridgewood High School senior Braden Maleski signed a letter of intent to play basketball for Kent State Tuscarawas Golden Eagles. He was a two-year letterman in basketball for Ridgewood. He earned East District Special Mention honors his senior year and District 5 Honorable Mention as a junior. He was also the leading three-point shooter during his […]

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Local Special Olympics bowler chosen for Team Ohio

Local Special Olympics bowler chosen for Team Ohio

| May 11, 2022

Jacob LaVigne has been participating in Special Olympics for eight or nine years. He plays basketball, softball, golfs and bowls. This year, he was chosen as part of a four-person team to represent Ohio in the USA Games to be held in Orlando, Florida in June. Toby Collins, director of Special Olympics, said that she […]

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Fishing derby a hit with kids

Fishing derby a hit with kids

| May 9, 2022

The Coshocton County Sportsmen Association hosted the 30th annual Coshocton County Kids Fishing Derby on May 7 at Lake Park. There were five categories based on age: 3-6 boys, 3-6 girls, 7-12 boys, 7-12 girls, and 13-16 boys and girls. The event is always open to the public and it is free . There are […]

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New boys’ basketball team formed

New boys’ basketball team formed

| April 28, 2022

Kyle Dunfee is the pastor at New Beginnings Ministries and for the last nine years has been the coach for the boys’ basketball team at the Coshocton Christian School. He and his wife, Lisa, are taking on another vision – one he feels the Lord placed on his heart. The Warsaw Warriors boys’ basketball teams […]

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Youth fishing derby to be held May 7

Youth fishing derby to be held May 7

| April 24, 2022

Every spring, youth in our community look forward to the annual fishing derby at Lake Park. This year, the event will be held on Saturday, May 7 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bob Bigrigg, president of the Friends of the Parks, said that about $2,300 worth of fish will be put in the lake […]

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Rascal Mobile unit helps area pets

Rascal Mobile unit helps area pets

| April 21, 2022

Once a month pet owners can sign up ahead of time for the mobile PetVet Preventive Clinic that comes to Coshocton’s Tractor Supply store. Courtney Timmons, volunteer, foster, and board member of Coshocton County Humane Society said, “We are doing our low cost spayed and neuter clinic today. The Rascal Mobile unit does that for us. We […]

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ArtPARK plans exciting summer activities

ArtPARK plans exciting summer activities

| April 20, 2022

The schedule of activities for the artPARK for the summer is full of fun, family events. Chalk and Roll will be held on Sunday, May 1, beginning at 1 p.m. According to Anne Cornell, director of the Pomerene Center, the chalk and roll is a bicycle decorating contest, parade and a time for everyone in […]

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Cleanup day volunteers thanked at council meeting

Cleanup day volunteers thanked at council meeting

| April 12, 2022

At the April 11 city committee meeting and council meeting, Mayor Mark Mills expressed gratitude and thanks to the 75 volunteers who showed up for the cleanup day that occurred on April 9. He went on to encourage drivers to not throw trash out of their vehicles onto the streets. Instead, he suggests using trash […]

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