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Coshocton Community Choir music to be featured on WTNS

Coshocton Community Choir music to be featured on WTNS

| December 24, 2020

Christmas music from the Coshocton Community Choir’s “O Holy Night” CD will be played on WTNS on Christmas Day. Tune in to WTNS (99.3 FM) for details on the exact air time. “This CD is a compilation of songs taken from several of our past Christmas concerts that we produced in 2018,” said Charles Snyder, […]

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Writer donates book proceeds to Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum

Writer donates book proceeds to Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum

| December 9, 2020

Scott Butler, Ph. D., a 1972 graduate of Coshocton and former Coshocton resident, has written numerous books about Coshocton’s history. His most recent work, “Frontier History of Coshocton,” is the culmination of six years of research and the book that ties all of his other historical books together. Butler began his in-depth study of Coshocton’s […]

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Fairgrounds light show draws a crowd

Fairgrounds light show draws a crowd

| December 7, 2020

More than 1,000 cars enjoyed a Christmas lights display on Dec. 5 at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds. All money donations from the event will be given to the Coshocton County Firefighters Toy Drive. A total is not yet available as donations are still coming in. (Photos by Jen Jones)

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Roscoe Village Christmas Candlelighting goes virtual for 2020

Roscoe Village Christmas Candlelighting goes virtual for 2020

| December 3, 2020

As the holidays draw near, Roscoe Village invites one and all to join them in their 49th year of spreading Christmas cheer with the first-ever virtual presentation of their 2020 Christmas Candlelighting ceremony. With pandemic restrictions on large gatherings, the village cannot offer its traditional outdoor candlelighting ceremony, but wanted to capture many of the […]

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Fairgrounds to feature Christmas lights display

Fairgrounds to feature Christmas lights display

| November 30, 2020

Volunteers from Lucky Learners 4 – H Club were busy hanging Christmas lights around the Coshocton County fairgrounds on Sunday, Nov. 29, in preparation for the Christmas Magic in Lights drive through light display that will be held on Saturday, Dec. 5, from 6-9 p.m. D. Woodward-Wells said that, so far, about 25 groups have […]

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Our Town Stories will focus on Christmas carols

Our Town Stories will focus on Christmas carols

| November 23, 2020

The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum’s most loved program is back. Staff decided that 2020 needs to end with lots of cheer and happiness, so on Thursday, Dec. 10 at 6 p.m. Our Town Stories will focus on Christmas carols. Which carols do you remember singing from your childhood? Did you ever go caroling or did the carolers […]

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Need a Mask, Take a Mask art piece installed

Need a Mask, Take a Mask art piece installed

| November 19, 2020

Back in June, the Pomerene Center for the Arts and Coshocton Regional Medical Center began talking about a collaborative arts-and-health project with the goal of impacting health and safety outcomes through the pandemic. Conversations led to ideas from socially-distanced concerts in the artPARK to a marionette puppet family art project bearing a hand-washing message. Enter […]

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RHS junior gaining attention as a singer and songwriter

RHS junior gaining attention as a singer and songwriter

| November 17, 2020

When she was 3-years-old, Ridgewood High School junior Julia Grimmett began playing the piano and taking lessons. She discovered her love of singing when she joined a school choir. Now, she is sharing her talents across several social media networks and was even part of the virtual 2020 Adobe Max Concert. “I wrote my first […]

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