Josie Sellers

I started my journalism career in 2002 with a daily newspaper chain. After various stops with them, I am happy to be back home!
I graduated from Coshocton High School in 1998 and received a Bachelor of Arts in Communication in 2002 from Walsh University. I also earned several awards while working for daily papers, including being honored by Coshocton County’s veterans for the stories I wrote about them.
I am honored and ready to once again shine a positive light on Coshocton County. I also am the proud mother of a little girl named Sophia!

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Gary Edwin Watson

Gary Edwin Watson

| April 18, 2022

Gary Edwin Watson, 86, passed away at home on Friday April 15, 2022. Gary was born in Coshocton on Aug. 26, 1935. He was the son of the late Joseph H. and Ruby J. (Reed) Watson. On July 29, 1956, he married Rita P. McKee, who also preceded him in death. Gary was a veteran […]

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Choir to hold 50th anniversary concert

Choir to hold 50th anniversary concert

| April 14, 2022

The Coshocton Community Choir’s 50th Anniversary Celebration Concert Glory and Honor will be held on Sunday, April 24 at 3 p.m. at Coshocton High School’s McKinley Auditorium. The community choir was organized in 1971 by its director, Charles R. Snyder, a longtime Coshocton teacher, choral director, and church musician. Snyder says the theme for this […]

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Elite Dance Force gives dancers opportunities to shine

Elite Dance Force gives dancers opportunities to shine

| April 5, 2022

Miss Jennifer’s Dance Studio gives dancers a variety of choices in not only classes to take, but also how often they’d like to perform. “For some kids dance is their main activity,” studio owner Jennifer Nelson said. “We have our recital, and it’s wonderful, but it’s only a once-a-year chance to perform on stage. Some […]

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FFA teaches members a variety of skills

FFA teaches members a variety of skills

| February 18, 2022

Kelsi Reynolds loves being out on the farm and joined FFA to learn more about what she enjoys doing. “I then started working on a dairy farm and not too long after I got my own cattle,” said the Ridgewood High School senior. “My favorite project has been working with my cows for fair. It […]

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Rogue Elephant Productions prepares for more theater at Clary Gardens

Rogue Elephant Productions prepares for more theater at Clary Gardens

| January 22, 2022

Rogue Elephant Productions brought a new approach to theater to Coshocton last summer and is excited to prepare for more outdoor theater in 2022. The production company presented “I Wish” featuring an all-children cast and “Into the Woods” in August 2021 at Clary Gardens in the amphitheater. “Both of them were very well received,” Mark […]

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RV softball raising money to help improve facilities

RV softball raising money to help improve facilities

| January 21, 2022

River View High School’s softball team is hoping to not only improve their skills, but also their facilities this year. Head coach Willie Infante started a GoFundMe page to help the team with three specific projects. They want to upgrade their concession stand and equipment and lawn mower sheds, replace their outdoor batting cage, and […]

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New Life Ministries food pantry switching to ALDI gift cards

New Life Ministries food pantry switching to ALDI gift cards

| January 7, 2022

New Life Ministries is starting off 2022 with changes to its community food pantry, which the church has operated since the early 2000s. “We have phased out the food boxes,” Shelia Grossenbaugh from the church said. “Those who are signed up and stayed signed up will continue to receive money on a card for ALDI. […]

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Generals being represented at swim meets

Generals being represented at swim meets

| December 17, 2021

Sophomores Logan Fechuch and Dakota Kealiher are working hard to give students at Ridgewood High School another winter sports option. The duo are representing the Generals in the pool and practicing alongside swimmers from Coshocton and River View. “I grew up playing sports, but they don’t have my preferred sport of soccer here,” Fechuch said. […]

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