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Kids’ Corner: Baking together is more than sweet treats

Kids’ Corner: Baking together is more than sweet treats

| July 7, 2020

In today’s busy world, baking seems to be a lost art. Often, both parents are working and taking the time to bake a treat is just another chore to take care of.  However, baking with your children can provide amazing benefits. Besides having a delicious treat as the end product, baking helps children to develop […]

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New Beginnings Ministries hosting free dinners

New Beginnings Ministries hosting free dinners

| July 6, 2020

“I’ve never seen anyone turn down ice cream,” said Pastor Bill Dunfee of New Beginnings Ministries. “There is nothing like the ice cream truck. The kids chase you down. We don’t charge one dime. Matthew 10:8 says freely you have received, freely give.” New Beginnings Ministries in Warsaw has a heart for the community during this […]

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Churches welcome congregations back for Sunday services

Churches welcome congregations back for Sunday services

| July 3, 2020

For months places have been closed, including churches, and it hasn’t been easy. Dave Boots, pastor of the Coshocton Church of the Nazarene revealed that within the first couple of weeks of the pandemic he was frustrated, “People were getting scared, attendance was going down, and I was getting frustrated.” Similarly, Pastor Mike Jansen of […]

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Crowtown Mill Designs creates custom pieces for first responders

Crowtown Mill Designs creates custom pieces for first responders

| July 2, 2020

Woodcrafter Jay Lenhart of Crowtown Mill Design used his woodworking skills to create flags and crosses designed with first responder symbols to present to area first responders on June 24. Lenhart presented them to the sheriff’s office, West Lafayette Police Department, Coshocton County EMS, Coshocton Fire Department, Coshocton Regional Medical Center, and city hall. Lenhart signed each […]

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Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum completes renovation

Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum completes renovation

| July 1, 2020

Last year, in late October, staff at the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum in Roscoe Village began the huge undertaking of boxing up the valuable artifacts in the entire museum. “We were closed in January and February for the renovation and opened the first two weeks in March for our Playground of Color display, then had to close […]

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Volunteers help clean up Coshocton

Volunteers help clean up Coshocton

| June 30, 2020

A litter-free community is not just a pretty sight, it is a sign of a community that cares. Coshocton United Way with the City of Coshocton, Coshocton Recycling & Litter Prevention and volunteers met on the court square for the 16th annual Big Coshocton Cleanup on Saturday morning June 20. The project was referred to […]

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Travel back in time on the canal boat

Travel back in time on the canal boat

| June 26, 2020

For a fun and educational activity with your family this summer, how about a ride on the Monticello III at Roscoe Village? The horse-drawn canal boat replica takes passengers on a 45-minute ride into Ohio’s past with a 1 1/2-mile trip along a restored section of the Ohio-Erie Canal. “I’m very passionate about the canal. […]

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Camp Invention adjusts to offer lessons at home

Camp Invention adjusts to offer lessons at home

| June 25, 2020

Camp Invention has been around for 25 years, said Diane Schlegel, Coshocton City Schools Camp Invention Director and lead coach. “Twelve years ago, on a whim, I called to see what Camp Invention was about and I was sold the minute I heard about it,” she said. “Initially Camp Invention has been held at the school. It […]

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