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Coshocton to hold Trick or Treat Night on Oct. 31

Coshocton to hold Trick or Treat Night on Oct. 31

| September 29, 2020

At the Sept. 28 city council meeting held online via Zoom, Mayor Mark Mills announced that he has met with the sheriff’s office and one of the topics discussed was speeding in Coshocton. Mills was pleased to inform other committee and council members that tickets for speeding have started to be issued and will continue […]

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Enjoy fall family fun in Coshocton County

Enjoy fall family fun in Coshocton County

| September 28, 2020

After a summer of watching events being canceled, it is nice to see there is plenty to do this fall in Coshocton County. Scarecrows are popping up all over the county as part of Clary Gardens’ Scarecrow Town. “Last year we opened it up to the city and had interest from outlining areas,” said Jandi […]

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Mason wins award for new book

Mason wins award for new book

| September 24, 2020

HR Mason was born and raised in Coshocton County, a 1994 graduate of Ridgewood High School. As a child she loved reading so much that when her mom grounded her, she grounded her from reading. Her love of reading developed into a love of writing as a teenager. During her junior high and high school […]

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Senior center organizes drive-in Bingo

Senior center organizes drive-in Bingo

| September 24, 2020

The circus was in town with a drive-in lunch and parking lot Bingo at the Coshocton Senior Center. “We felt bad because of the current situation, so we thought of parking lot Bingo,” said Erica Messler, Interim Home Health development representative. “We have animal crackers and caramel popcorn in some of the gift buckets. We […]

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Marilyn’s Natural Foods under new ownership

Marilyn’s Natural Foods under new ownership

| September 22, 2020

A staple in Coshocton for 43 years, Marilyn’s Natural Foods has a new owner.  Laura Belt has worked in the store for almost three years and, as of July 1, is the new owner. “From day one, this place felt like home to me. I loved working here and just kept praying. Everything happened so […]

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Parents had hard choices to make this school year

Parents had hard choices to make this school year

| September 18, 2020

This 2020-21 school year has given parents a lot to consider and a lot of say. Parents have had to carefully think about what is best for their children, what’s most important when it comes to their child and what works for their family. With a terrible virus going around, the ever-changing health recommendations over […]

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Highway patrol to have bigger presence in town

| September 16, 2020

At the Sept. 14 Coshocton City Council meeting, Mayor Mark Mills announced that due to issues of speeding on the streets of Coshocton and the sheriff’s office being in a state of transition at the moment, he has chosen to allow State Highway Patrol officers to monitor speeding in town. Therefore, residents should not be […]

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Coshocton County United Way celebrates 80 years of helping local families

Coshocton County United Way celebrates 80 years of helping local families

| September 15, 2020

In 1940, the Community Chest was formed with Guy Clow as the chairman. There were seven charter agencies that included Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Salvation Army, YWCA, Hospital Auxiliary, Christmas Basket Fund and summer band concerts. The goal was to raise $16,180 to cover the entire operating budgets of those seven agencies. The community stepped […]

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