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Coshocton to hold Trick or Treat Night on Oct. 31

Coshocton to hold Trick or Treat Night on Oct. 31

| September 29, 2020

At the Sept. 28 city council meeting held online via Zoom, Mayor Mark Mills announced that he has met with the sheriff’s office and one of the topics discussed was speeding in Coshocton. Mills was pleased to inform other committee and council members that tickets for speeding have started to be issued and will continue […]

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Clark announces candidacy as a write-in for 2020 elections

Clark announces candidacy as a write-in for 2020 elections

| August 19, 2020

On Aug. 18, Kaitlyn Clark announced her campaign to run for Ohio House Representative District 72 in the upcoming 2020 general election. Clark has officially filed with the state to run as a write-in candidate for the Ohio House. She will be running against Larry Householder as the incumbent primary candidate. Clark believes that it […]

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Gibbs introduces bill forcing political parties to return PPP loans

| July 30, 2020

Congressman Bob Gibbs introduced the Stop Pilfering Everyone’s Paycheck Protection for Election Results (PEPPER) Act, a bill to require any political organization that received a loan through the CARES Act’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) to return the loan to the federal government. Recent reports showed the Florida and Ohio Democratic parties received hundreds of thousands […]

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Coshocton and West Lafayette water project underway

Coshocton and West Lafayette water project underway

| July 30, 2020

Last year, when chemicals were found underground that were threatening the water supply of the village of West Lafayette, West Lafayette Mayor Stephen Bordenkircher and Steve Mercer, mayor of Coshocton at the time, started working together with Safety Service Director Max Crown to figure out a way to get water from Coshocton to West Lafayette. […]

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Mandatory mask order issued

Mandatory mask order issued

| July 22, 2020

According to Governor Mike DeWine, beginning tomorrow at 6 p.m., citizens in all Ohio counties will be under a mandatory mask order while out in public. Masks must be worn at all times when: At an indoor location that’s not a residence Outdoors, when unable to keep six fee social distance from those not in […]

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City council discusses use of face masks in public

| July 15, 2020

At the July 13 Coshocton City Council and Committee meetings, many topics were discussed, and some ordinances were passed. One of the topics discussed was the issue of whether or not to wear a face mask while out in public. Presently, Coshocton County residents are not mandated to wear masks. Yet, there has been a […]

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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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Bill supporting River View Schools signed into law

Bill supporting River View Schools signed into law

| June 19, 2020

A bill that will help River View schools and other districts facing financial challenges in the wake of power plant closures was signed into law by Governor Mike DeWine. Speaker Larry Householder, who helped craft House Bill 164, said a host of issues in the nation’s complex public utilities arena, including the age of power […]

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