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Canal Lewisville recycling bin to be moved

Canal Lewisville recycling bin to be moved

| January 3, 2020

COSHOCTON – Effective Monday, Jan. 13, the Coshocton County Recycling and Litter Prevention bins located at Rivercrest Drive in Canal Lewisville will be relocated to the Coshocton County Maintenance Building at 23220 SR 621. “Due to the amount of illegal dumping we have had both outside the bins and outright trash being dumped in the […]

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Mills ready to lead Coshocton

Mills ready to lead Coshocton

| December 27, 2019

COSHOCTON – Mayor Mark Mills was officially sworn in on Dec. 12 and is ready to take office. His first day at Coshocton City Hall will be Thursday, Jan. 2, but he’s been busy preparing for his new position since winning the election in November 2019. “I’ve been meeting with employees, union heads, boards, companies, […]

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Results of election audit shows fair and accurate contest

Results of election audit shows fair and accurate contest

| December 18, 2019

COSHOCTON – The director and deputy director of the Coshocton County Board of Elections announced the successful completion of an audit of votes cast in the Nov. 5 general election. The audit has confirmed the accuracy of the results. In Ohio, post-election audits are normally required to be conducted following each general election in an even-numbered […]

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Crawford announces candidacy for sheriff

Crawford announces candidacy for sheriff

| December 16, 2019

COSHOCTON –James Crawford recently announced his candidacy for sheriff of Coshocton County and voters will see his name on the ballot for the 2020 primary election. “I have deep respect and allegiance to our community and when I see our community is not getting the service it deserves, I am not someone who complains or […]

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Mercer reflects on 12 years as mayor

Mercer reflects on 12 years as mayor

| December 10, 2019

COSHOCTON – Coshocton City’s longest serving mayor believes he was put in the position for a purpose. “There are things that we initiated that someone else is going to have to run with, but I’m satisfied that God has used me for what he wanted me for while I was here,” said Mayor Steve Mercer. […]

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Auditor’s office warns dog owners of online licensing scam

Auditor’s office warns dog owners of online licensing scam

| December 9, 2019

COSHOCTON – Coshocton County Auditor Chris Sycks urges dog owners to be cautious when purchasing dog licenses online. The site ohdog-license.com, which directs customers to www.ohiodoglicense.com, is fraudulently selling fake dog licenses to unsuspecting dog owners.  This website also comes up in Google searches for online dog licensing. Any payment authorized to this site will […]

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Decomposed body found in Perry Township

Decomposed body found in Perry Township

| November 18, 2019

COSHOCTON COUNTY – On Nov. 16, at 11:53 a.m., the sheriff’s office received a 911 transfer from Licking County from a male stating that he found a decomposed body on his property, located on Perry Township Road 380. After deputies arrived on scene, detectives and the Coshocton County Coroner were called to assist with the […]

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New 100 foot aerial truck in works for Coshocton Fire Department

| November 14, 2019

COSHOCTON – Safety Service Director Max Crown shared that city crews are out picking up leaves as quickly as they can. “Hopefully they will all be down by the end of the month and we will be done by Christmas,” he said. “They are kind of late (falling) this year.” Crown also shared that council […]

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