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Parents had hard choices to make this school year

Parents had hard choices to make this school year

| September 18, 2020

This 2020-21 school year has given parents a lot to consider and a lot of say. Parents have had to carefully think about what is best for their children, what’s most important when it comes to their child and what works for their family. With a terrible virus going around, the ever-changing health recommendations over […]

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RVHS crowns homecoming king and queen

RVHS crowns homecoming king and queen

| September 15, 2020

River View wasn’t able to hold a homecoming dance but still held activities during the school week and crowned its new king and queen before the football game on Sept. 11. Receiving the honors were Andrew Ireland and Carolyn Cox. “My grandmother was the first homecoming queen here,” Cox said. “This is so awesome. We […]

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Coshocton Foundation helping locals earn degrees

Coshocton Foundation helping locals earn degrees

| September 15, 2020

A winner of one of the Coshocton Foundation’s adult or “non-traditional student” scholarships, the Jones Metal Products Adult Legacy Scholarship, has been announced by the Coshocton Foundation. Michael A. Moore of Coshocton was awarded the $2,000 scholarship for Coshocton County residents attending COTC. Moore will be studying criminal justice with the goal of one day […]

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School year getting off to smooth start

School year getting off to smooth start

| September 11, 2020

he first day of school is always filled with excitement and nervousness. This year, thanks to COVID-19, the students and staff had an extended break and many new regulations that had to be followed when the schools opened up. Local schools report few problems, and students and staff are happy to be back together. Ridgewood […]

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COTC is a College Innovation Network founding member

COTC is a College Innovation Network founding member

| August 28, 2020

Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) is one of only five higher education organizations nationwide to become a founding member of the College Innovation Network (CIN). CIN connects member educational institutions with a rich source of educational technology innovations and helps them identify, launch and evaluate essential tools designed to advance student academic, career and life […]

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Ridgewood board approves supplemental contracts

| August 18, 2020

The Ridgewood Local School Board met in regular session on Aug. 17, with all members present. Superintendent Mike Masloski presented the following items that were approved: Resignations – Britney Cunningham, RES Custodian; Teresa Evin, RMS Aide; Trista Claxon, fourth grade social studies. Linda Ondayko was moved to fourth grade social studies; one year leave of […]

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Stafford earns 4 certifications in metal fabrication

Stafford earns 4 certifications in metal fabrication

| August 14, 2020

Last spring Zoe Stafford became the first girl from the Coshocton County Career Center to earn four certifications in metal fabrication. According to her teacher, Richard Webb, she would have earned five had COVID not closed the schools early. Stafford graduated this year and plans to use her certifications to find a job instead of […]

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Funding available to complete COTC short-term certificates

Funding available to complete COTC short-term certificates

| August 6, 2020

Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) is expanding the availability of Ohio Department of Higher Education short-term certificate grants to help those looking for a new career get the job readiness skills they need in one year or less. COTC may award a student up to $2,000 to complete one of five approved short-term certificates that […]

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