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Coshocton KOA opens boutique camp store

Coshocton KOA opens boutique camp store

| May 13, 2021

When thinking of a campground store you might think of a little store that sells firewood, ice, and perhaps some snack items.  Coshocton KOA has re-imagined what is possible and has done a complete makeover to its camp store adding a dimension to the KOA experience. More than just for campers, Camille McPeek imagined a […]

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Elks Golf League results announced

| May 13, 2021

Coshocton Lodge #376 and Newcomerstown Lodge #1555 met on May 10, at Hickory Flats Golf Course for week one of the Elks Golf League. Results were: Low Gross (36) Levi Yoder; Low Net (31) Levi Yoder; High Points (13.00) Greg Porcher; Most Bogeys (7) Jamie Beach; Most Oars (7) Bob Olinger; Most Birdies (3) Levi […]

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Concert and fireworks at Ohio State and COTC Campus cancelled

| May 13, 2021

The Ohio State University at Newark and Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) regretfully announce that the Independence Day concert and fireworks event held at the shared campus is cancelled for the second year. In recent years, crowds at the event have consistently exceeded 20,000 people on campus at one time. Because the open campus is […]

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McElroy taken by medical helicopter after accident

| May 13, 2021

On May 13, 2021 at approximately 5:31 a.m. The Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call in reference to an accident with injury on State Route 541 near Township Road 80 in Bedford Township. Upon arrival of deputies it was determined that Andy T. McElroy, 22-years-old, of Coshocton was traveling east on State Route […]

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Taylor Douglas Ugie

Taylor Douglas Ugie

| May 13, 2021

Taylor Douglas Ugie, 29, passed away Tuesday, May 11, 2021 at his residence. He was born May 16, 1991 in Zanesville to Richard Douglas “Doug” and Judy Ann Ugie. Taylor lost his long and difficult battle with addiction. Many were praying for him, lifting him up, encouraging him, but addiction is a demon that never […]

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Enjoy Tellin’ “Tails” Around the World at the museum

Enjoy Tellin’ “Tails” Around the World at the museum

| May 13, 2021

Everyone loves animals, and they have been important to people all throughout history. How do animals influence the lives of people all around the globe? Children ages 4-11 will have a chance to be mini-folklorists Fridays at 10 a.m. June 4 through July 23 at the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum. They will learn the answer to this […]

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Telestroke Network marks 10th anniversary

Telestroke Network marks 10th anniversary

| May 12, 2021

This month marks the 10th anniversary of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Telestroke Network that delivers critical stroke expertise to patients suffering strokes across Ohio. “One of the major goals of the Telestroke Network is to increase access to advanced stroke care in regions of Ohio that don’t have neurovascular and neurosurgical physicians. […]

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Roscoe Village events are on schedule for 2021

Roscoe Village events are on schedule for 2021

| May 12, 2021

Roscoe Village is getting ready for a busy season as its welcomes back festivals and special events for 2021. Plans are well underway for children’s programming, Corvettes at Roscoe Village, the Apple Butter Stirrin’ Festival and so much more. The fun begins with The Tales of the Towpath Children’s Series on Mondays, June 7 to […]

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