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16th annual Coshocton Clean Up held

16th annual Coshocton Clean Up held

| April 19, 2021

Despite the chilly morning, residents turned out to help clean up Coshocton on April 17. Groups of scouts, co-workers, and first responders were among the many who volunteered to pick up trash around the city and other areas of the county. Lyn Mizer, executive director of the United Way, said that many groups don’t meet […]

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CCBDD announces student contest winners

CCBDD announces student contest winners

| April 16, 2021

Coshocton County Board of Developmental Disabilities held coloring and essay contests for students to help celebrate Developmental Disabilities Month in March. “Each year, we like to do the coloring and essay contests for all of the students in in kindergarten through sixth grade. I feel that this is a good way to promote an understanding […]

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Chief Layton announces retirement

Chief Layton announces retirement

| April 13, 2021

Coshocton City Mayor Mark Mills announced at the April 12 city council meeting that Fire Chief Michael Layton will be retiring on April 30. Chief Layton has served the citizens as a firefighter for 33 years and as chief of the Coshocton Fire Department since 2004. Under his leadership, the Coshocton Fire Department has made […]

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Big Coshocton Cleanup set for April 17

Big Coshocton Cleanup set for April 17

| April 12, 2021

It’s time once again for the 17th annual Big Coshocton Cleanup on Saturday morning April 17.  Groups and individuals are invited to meet Saturday morning at the gazebo on the court square at 8:30 a.m. to register and acquire their assigned area.The first 50 participants will receive a free t-shirt provided by Coshocton Recycling. Kyle […]

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Residents invited to help clean up Coshocton

Residents invited to help clean up Coshocton

| March 26, 2021

Spring is here, which means it’s that time of year when everyone gets in gear. This year is no different. As discussed at the March 22 city council meeting, residents are invited to help clean up Coshocton. Whether individuals can spare a half an hour, an hour or more, all residents are invited to participate, […]

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Chamber of commerce annual online auction coming up

Chamber of commerce annual online auction coming up

| March 24, 2021

Amy Crown, executive director of the Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce, has worked tirelessly on this year’s annual online auction. The auction is the chamber of commerce’s only fundraiser each year. The proceeds go into the marketing fund, which allows the chamber of commerce to promote “choose Coshocton” events, as well as pay for social […]

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Camp Echoing Hills and Echoing Hills Village needs volunteers

| March 23, 2021

“Helping others might not change the world, but it could change the world for one person.” Volunteering can not only change your life, but it can drastically change the lives of others. Camp Echoing Hills and Echoing Hills Village are just two of the places in our area that are always looking for volunteers to […]

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Coshocton County Fair Board excited to host full event

Coshocton County Fair Board excited to host full event

| March 11, 2021

Thanks to Governor DeWine’s announcement that festivals and fairs can resume this summer, the Coshocton County Fair Board is making plans for a full fair this fall. The dates for the fair are Oct. 1-7. Mary Knicely, secretary/fiscal officer for the agriculture society, said, “We are very excited that it appears we will be able […]

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