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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Former Methodist church to continue to serve as a place of worship

Former Methodist church to continue to serve as a place of worship

| September 5, 2021

Thanks to the generosity of a congregation and the hard work of a local couple, the former Tyndall United Methodist Church will continue to serve as a place of worship after 130 years. Prior to the church closing in November 2020, evangelist Sheldon Mencer expressed interest in acquiring it should it ever close or need […]

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Events planned to mark 20th anniversary of 9/11

Events planned to mark 20th anniversary of 9/11

| September 4, 2021

Multiple community events are planned for the weekend of Sept. 10-12 to mark the 20th anniversary of 9/11. The activities will start Friday, Sept. 10 with a remembrance ceremony at noon on the court square in Coshocton. Ken Smailes will emcee the event, Daniel Hamman will be the chaplain, and there will be speakers from […]

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The Boathouse Tavern to offer great views and dining experience

| August 16, 2021

Sharon and Dave Tatro are combining their interests to offer people a new place to enjoy a meal out with a great view at The Boathouse Tavern. “I love to cook,” Sharon Tatro said. “It’s been on my bucket list to own a restaurant. I thought about more of a small barn and grill, but […]

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Keene UMC reaching out to community with produce event and VBS

Keene UMC reaching out to community with produce event and VBS

| July 31, 2021

Keene United Methodist Church is planning two ways to share the Lord’s blessings with the community this month. Fresh produce from gardens is welcome to be dropped off and picked up at the church’s picnic shelter on Mondays. “Last year we had folks from the congregation that had extras from their gardens and brought them […]

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Camp Invention held at Warsaw Elementary School

Camp Invention held at Warsaw Elementary School

| June 29, 2021

Sienna Hughett has been to Camp Invention before and was happy to be back. “It’s fun,” the Keene Elementary School sixth-grader said. “You get to hang out with your friends, build different things and be creative.” She was one of 77 students entering kindergarten through sixth grade who took part in the week-long camp held […]

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Teens invited to CBHC’s Arts on Main Summer Program

Teens invited to CBHC’s Arts on Main Summer Program

| June 28, 2021

Teens are invited to the Arts on Main Summer Program planned for the first three Tuesdays in July from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at the artPARK on Main Street. “I just wanted to do something for teens over the summer,” said Renee Fleming from the Coshocton Behavioral Health Choices Flight School, which is hosting the event. “With […]

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Blue Ridge Grange members celebrate 80-year member and give back

Blue Ridge Grange members celebrate 80-year member and give back

| June 28, 2021

Jean Rausch was surprised with a special presentation by her fellow Blue Ridge Grange members on June 24 at Lafayette Pointe in West Lafayette, where she resides. Grange master Bill Somerville, Nancy Somerville, Janice Braniger, Sherry Cognion and Connie Patterson gathered together at the nursing and rehab center to present Rausch with a pin celebrating […]

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‘America’s Top Dog’ to feature local woman and her dog

‘America’s Top Dog’ to feature local woman and her dog

| June 24, 2021

Sara Chisnell has been into dog sports for a long time, and later this month, she will share her passion with viewers of A&E’s “America’s Top Dog.” “They have social-media presence, and I started looking around on it,” Chisnell said. “Their first season was more about police dogs, but for the second season, they were […]

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