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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Lori’s Hilltop Market opens on Cambridge Road

Lori’s Hilltop Market opens on Cambridge Road

| July 30, 2020

Owning her own business is a dream come true for Lori Parrish, who recently opened Lori’s Hilltop Market. The new business is open Monday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 2100 Cambridge Road. Featured in the store are fresh produce and homemade baked goods, candles, lotions, wax melts and crafts. Parrish also […]

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Business partners ready to bring Ollie’s to Coshocton

| July 27, 2020

Jason Pendola and Michael Mast believe in the future of Coshocton and are excited to help move it forward. The business partners bought the former Woodbury Outfitters store on Second Street and are excited to announce that Ollie’s will be moving into the location. “We both believe in Coshocton and think it has a great […]

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Main St. Station owners excited to be a part of the community

Main St. Station owners excited to be a part of the community

| July 25, 2020

Tammy Alverson and Walter Bergeron were actually looking at another piece of property to open a restaurant but decided to take a chance and check out an auction on Main Street, which led them to a home for their Main St. Station. “The place was packed when we came to the auction, but there were […]

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Youth leadership kicks off year with local service project

Youth leadership kicks off year with local service project

| July 21, 2020

Coshocton County Youth Leadership usually kicks off its year with a retreat and service project at Salt Fork State Park, but this year they decided to stay local due to the COVID-19 pandemic. On July 20 the group of 15 high school juniors from Coshocton, Ridgewood and River View spent time helping to spruce up […]

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Foothills Studio & Gallery to feature Galajda’s artwork

| July 20, 2020

Ernest Galajda will be the featured artist at Foothills Studio & Gallery through the end of the month. Galajda is known for his outdoor scenes featuring barns, birds, and flowers. He is an acrylic painter but is currently expanding his horizon. “I’m taking an oil class right now and it’s a lot of fun,” Galajda […]

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United Way of Coshocton introducing new fundraisers that support local

United Way of Coshocton introducing new fundraisers that support local

| July 20, 2020

UPDATE: 0.5K For United Way has now been postponed until next spring. 🙁 They won’t all be gathered in one spot this year, but United Way of Coshocton County is still doing its part to support those who have shared their culinary skills at the annual Taste of Coshocton. “When we decided to not have […]

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She’s Snack Shack enjoying new location

She’s Snack Shack enjoying new location

| July 17, 2020

Sheila Baker studied the restaurant business in school and dreamed of having her own one day but didn’t want a huge one. When she discovered how popular food trucks were she knew she found her calling. Baker has been operating She’s Snack Shack for five years now.  She started her business with a small trailer […]

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Take an organized journey with Armstrong’s new business

Take an organized journey with Armstrong’s new business

| July 16, 2020

Clutter piling up? Don’t know where to start with getting organized? Rebecca Armstrong from An Organized Journey can help. Armstrong officially started her professional organizing business in February, but she’s had a passion for it since she was a child. “I don’t remember ever having to be told to clean my room,” she said. “I […]

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