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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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COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic updates given

COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic updates given

| April 16, 2021

There will be a Covid-19 Vaccine Clinic on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Taking appointments and walk-ins. To schedule an appointment call 740-622-2611 (M-F 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.). This clinic is free of charge. All Ohioans 16 years old and older are eligible to receive the Covid-19 Vaccine. Appointments […]

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Single vehicle accident occurs on State Route 79

| April 15, 2021

On April 14, 2021, Coshocton County Sheriff’s office received a 911 call in reference to a single vehicle accident with injuries on State Route 79 South of Mohawk Village. When deputies arrived on scene they learned the driver was 46-year-old Warren A. Wilkie of Warsaw. Wilkie drove off the right side of the roadway and […]

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Meet Jennifer Fry from the LCC Class of 2021

Meet Jennifer Fry from the LCC Class of 2021

| April 15, 2021

Jennifer Fry was raised in Coshocton County, always within the River View Local School District. A River View graduate, Fry was involved with choir and band, where she played clarinet; bass trumpet and mellophone in the marching band. Following graduation, she attended Akron University for one year and transferred to the Ohio State University where […]

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COTC summer semester begins May 17

COTC summer semester begins May 17

| April 14, 2021

Fast-track your career or keep moving toward your degree this summer at Central Ohio Technical College (COTC). Whether you’re home for the summer from another university, just starting your college journey, or a current COTC student, research shows that students who take summer classes have higher GPAs and are more likely to graduate. COTC offers […]

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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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Chief Layton announces retirement

Chief Layton announces retirement

| April 13, 2021

The City of Coshocton has received notice 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 significant advancements, including with modernization of […]

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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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