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4 taken into custody in reference to armed robbery incident

4 taken into custody in reference to armed robbery incident

| July 8, 2020

On July 4, 2020, the Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office was contacted in reference to a 17 year old male being the victim of an armed robbery. Deputies and detectives began investigating the incident. On July 7, 2020 detectives and deputies took four adults into custody in reference to this incident. They also executed search warrants […]

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Coshocton Footlight Players to conduct annual meeting

Coshocton Footlight Players to conduct annual meeting

| July 8, 2020

The Coshocton Footlight Players will conduct the annual membership meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 4, at 7 p.m. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic the meeting will take place only online using the Zoom platform. Members interested in attending should send an email to [email protected] to reserve a spot for the Zoom meeting invitation. Instructions for joining […]

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Kids’ Corner: Baking together is more than sweet treats

Kids’ Corner: Baking together is more than sweet treats

| July 7, 2020

In today’s busy world, baking seems to be a lost art. Often, both parents are working and taking the time to bake a treat is just another chore to take care of.  However, baking with your children can provide amazing benefits. Besides having a delicious treat as the end product, baking helps children to develop […]

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Make sure you complete the 2020 Census

Make sure you complete the 2020 Census

| July 7, 2020

Coshocton County is currently at 65.7 percent self-response rate for the 2020 Census. That is only 6.3 percent below the 2010 rate. Areas with the most people still needing to return their information include: Sixth Street on the west side, Locust Street and Oak Avenue on the north, the railroad tracks on the east, and […]

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WWII propaganda posters on display at museum

WWII propaganda posters on display at museum

| July 7, 2020

“WWII Posters — Rallying the Home Front” will be on display at the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum through Dec. 31. This special exhibit of more than 500 American propaganda posters commemorates the 75th anniversary of the end of WWII. As the U.S. sent troops to the front lines, artists were recruited to encourage those at home to […]

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New Beginnings Ministries hosting free dinners

New Beginnings Ministries hosting free dinners

| July 6, 2020

“I’ve never seen anyone turn down ice cream,” said Pastor Bill Dunfee of New Beginnings Ministries. “There is nothing like the ice cream truck. The kids chase you down. We don’t charge one dime. Matthew 10:8 says freely you have received, freely give.” New Beginnings Ministries in Warsaw has a heart for the community during this […]

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Churches welcome congregations back for Sunday services

Churches welcome congregations back for Sunday services

| July 3, 2020

For months places have been closed, including churches, and it hasn’t been easy. Dave Boots, pastor of the Coshocton Church of the Nazarene revealed that within the first couple of weeks of the pandemic he was frustrated, “People were getting scared, attendance was going down, and I was getting frustrated.” Similarly, Pastor Mike Jansen of […]

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Crowtown Mill Designs creates custom pieces for first responders

Crowtown Mill Designs creates custom pieces for first responders

| July 2, 2020

Woodcrafter Jay Lenhart of Crowtown Mill Design used his woodworking skills to create flags and crosses designed with first responder symbols to present to area first responders on June 24. Lenhart presented them to the sheriff’s office, West Lafayette Police Department, Coshocton County EMS, Coshocton Fire Department, Coshocton Regional Medical Center, and city hall. Lenhart signed each […]

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