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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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Pregnancy Center of Coshocton making changes

Pregnancy Center of Coshocton making changes

| July 30, 2021

In 1990, a group of people began to see a need in the community of Coshocton to create and establish a Pregnancy Distress Center in an effort to support expectant and new mothers. Thirty-one years later this non-profit organization has become a 501c3, has been able to provide personal, competent and caring support to numerous […]

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Kyra Weaver crowned 2021 West Lafayette Homecoming Queen

Kyra Weaver crowned 2021 West Lafayette Homecoming Queen

| July 30, 2021

With happy tears Kyra Weaver was crowned 2021 West Lafayette Homecoming Queen at Burt Park, Thursday evening, July 29, at the 73rd homecoming festival. “I was junior queen in 2017 and third attendant in 2015 but I had not run for queen yet,” she said. “This is my first year for trying out and I […]

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MSW Solutions welcomes new clinical social worker

MSW Solutions welcomes new clinical social worker

| July 29, 2021

MSW Solutions, LLC announced that ç, MSW, LSW, has joined the counseling and social services practice as an outpatient therapist, serving teens, adults, and couples seeking mental health services. Additionally, Brooks will be facilitating group treatment, specifically focusing on anger management, self-esteem, and social skills. While completing her social work degree, Brooks has been serving […]

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New science and technology building opens at Newark campus

| July 28, 2021

Construction of the much-anticipated John and Mary Alford Center for Science and Technology on the shared Newark campus of The Ohio State University and Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) is complete, and the public is invited to tour the brand-new STEM facility at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, Aug. 13 at 9 a.m. Located at […]

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COTC students benefit from redesigned engineering degree

| July 28, 2021

Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) graduates will now get an even stronger competitive edge in the workplace thanks to the college’s newly redesigned general engineering technology degree. The Associate of Applied Science in Engineering Technology offers a quick on-ramp to an in-demand career, excellent salary and advancement opportunities. It’s just the kind of education that […]

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Artist and author seeking old barns in Coshocton

Artist and author seeking old barns in Coshocton

| July 28, 2021

Dr. Robert Kroeger, Cincinnati artist and author, is continuing his Ohio Barn Project and will visit the counties of Tuscarawas and Coshocton on Oct. 9 in search of old barns and compelling stories. Most of Kroeger’s paintings go into fundraisers for historical societies and museums – as do sales of his book, “Historic Barns of […]

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COTC included in new transfer pathways initiative for 3 disciplines

| July 28, 2021

Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) is now a participating member of the Ohio Consortium for Transfer Pathways to the Liberal Arts. This new project brings together 14 independent colleges and universities and 10 community colleges in Ohio to establish three pathways to a baccalaureate degree in English, psychology or biology for students at community colleges. […]

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