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Sacred Heart Church celebrates 125th anniversary with Week of Grace

Sacred Heart Church celebrates 125th anniversary with Week of Grace

| September 30, 2022

Father Tom Gardner said, “I have only been at Sacred Heart for a little over a year, but in that time, I have seen the passion and dedication of so many people at Sacred Heart. A parish is much more than just a building, but truly a family of families. I think we have survived […]

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Planetarium plans Halloween show

Planetarium plans Halloween show

| September 30, 2022

The Coshocton Planetarium, located on the fourth floor of Coshocton High School, will present the annual Halloween show, “Halloween: Celestial Origins,” on Monday through Thursday, Oct. 24-27 at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. Have you ever wondered why we dress up, go trick-or-treating or carve jack-o-lanterns? This video tells you where Halloween comes from and […]

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Fairgrounds improvements are ready for county fair

Fairgrounds improvements are ready for county fair

| September 28, 2022

When the Coshocton County Fair opens on Friday, Sept. 30, there will be several new improvements waiting for everyone to see and hear. Ron Seitz, junior fair director and vice president of the fairboard, said that the fairboard has been working hard to make improvements so the fair is even more enjoyable for everyone.  The […]

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Schroer Group names new VP of human resources

| September 27, 2022

The Schroer Group (TSG) has appointed Cindy Gensamer as vice president of human resources for TSG, effective Nov. 1. Gensamer currently serves as vice president of Absolute Rehabilitation, a TSG company providing rehabilitation services to Altercare Centers and other skilled care and home health customers. Gensamer brings an in-depth understanding to the new role, having […]

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West Lafayette passes resolution to help with sewer expansion project

| September 27, 2022

Mayor Stephen R. Bordenkircher and the West Lafayette Council passed a resolution to appropriate supplemental right-of-way for the village’s sewer expansion project. If acquired, the village would stand to acquire an approximate 1.0-acre permanent utility easement across the central area of the property, north-south. This easement will be 10’ in width and approximately 4,280 feet […]

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Writing group to hold annual book fair

Writing group to hold annual book fair

| September 27, 2022

Mark your calendars for Coshocton’s second annual book fair to be held Saturday, Oct. 15, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Frontier Power’s Community Room, 770 S. Second St. Authors will have tables to display and sell books they’ve written and will autograph them for buyers. People also will have the chance to talk […]

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Echoing Hills welcomes Snyder to its team

| September 27, 2022

Echoing Hills welcomed Mark Snyder as executive vice president/chief financial officer. In preparation for John Swanson’s retirement in 2023, Echoing Hills hired Snyder. He began his responsibilities on Sept. 6 and will oversee the fiscal and asset management of the organization, along with information technology (IT). “We are very excited to welcome Mark to Echoing […]

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Kids Stuff Sale coming up

Kids Stuff Sale coming up

| September 26, 2022

The Coshocton County Kids Stuff Sale is having its fall and winter sale Friday through Sunday, Oct. 7-9. CCKSS is a community sales event open to Coshocton and surrounding areas. The purpose is to provide an opportunity for the public to buy and sell gently used children’s items such as clothing, shoes, accessories, and toys. […]

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