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West Lafayette plans parade and activities for Dec. 4

West Lafayette plans parade and activities for Dec. 4

| December 1, 2021

Saturday, Dec. 4 will be a fun day in West Lafayette. The chamber of commerce Christmas parade, special events at the library and a craft/vendor show at the First Baptist Church are all that day and guaranteed to bring holiday spirit to all. Dave Rogers, co-vice president of the chamber said the parade line up […]

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Candlelighting ceremonies returning to Roscoe Village

Candlelighting ceremonies returning to Roscoe Village

| November 30, 2021

There are a few loose ends to tie up for the Roscoe Village annual candlelighting ceremony but everyone in the village is excited the event is back. “We had a virtual ceremony last year and not everything is finalized for this year, but we are excited to be here in person. We have had excitement from […]

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Shelby Theatres offering sensory friendly movies

Shelby Theatres offering sensory friendly movies

| November 29, 2021

For many special needs families, simply going to a movie isn’t usually an option. The loud movie, the dark theater and the need to sit quietly can have a huge effect on those with sensory issues. Flashing lights and loud music can be extremely painful. Add to that the fact that others in the theater […]

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City council shares holiday reminders

City council shares holiday reminders

| November 23, 2021

The Nov. 22 Coshocton City Council meeting was filled with council members voting yes regarding council member wages, and city employee wages. Mayor Mark Mills took a few moments to remind residents that Christmas Magic and Lights will be taking place at the fairgrounds on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 3-4 from 6-9 p.m. He also […]

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Foothills Studio and Gallery opens in new location

| November 22, 2021

After being located in the basement under Good Boy Bakery for about three years, Foothills Studio and Gallery has moved to a new location in Roscoe Village. It is now at 416 North Whitewoman St. The new location gives the gallery more room and more visibility in Roscoe. There are five partners in the gallery […]

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Coshocton CARES holds college/career fair

Coshocton CARES holds college/career fair

| November 17, 2021

After not being able to hold the college/career fair last year due to COVID, Lisa Akers, from Coshocton CARES, was concerned about how many students would attend. She was happy to see the large number of high school students that attended the event on Nov. 16 at the Coshocton County Career Center. Coshocton CARES (Community, […]

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Christmas Magic in Lights is back at the fairgrounds

Christmas Magic in Lights is back at the fairgrounds

| November 15, 2021

Last year, the Christmas Magic in Lights event was very popular, and a group was formed to hopefully make this an annual event. D Woodward Wells said this year’s event will be held Friday and Saturday, Dec. 3-4 from 6-9 p.m. each night. It will be at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds again and they are […]

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Marching band teaches more than music to students

Marching band teaches more than music to students

| November 14, 2021

With marching band season almost over, several local high school students shared why they enjoy band and what being part of it teaches them outside of music. Ridgewood High School freshman, Zoey Alan, said this is her third year in band and she plays the flute. “I enjoy band because, at Ridgewood, we are like […]

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