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City council shares holiday reminders

City council shares holiday reminders

| November 23, 2021

The Nov. 22 Coshocton City Council meeting was filled with council members voting yes regarding council member wages, and city employee wages. Mayor Mark Mills took a few moments to remind residents that Christmas Magic and Lights will be taking place at the fairgrounds on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 3-4 from 6-9 p.m. He also […]

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Miller supports Ohio BUILDS funding to West Lafayette

| November 4, 2021

State Representative Kevin Miller (R-Newark) announced Ohio BUILDS (Broadband, Utilities, and Infrastructure for Local Development Success) funding being allocated to Coshocton County. Governor DeWine created Ohio BUILDS program to reduce or eliminate the financial burden on localities associated with critical infrastructure needs such as the replacement of old water lines, construction of new water systems, […]

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Unofficial election results shared

Unofficial election results shared

| November 3, 2021

A little more than 32% of registered voters turned out for the Nov. 2 election and voted on a variety of races and levies. In the City of Coshocton voters selected a new school board member Susan L. Mann. She and Jere W. Butcher won out over H. Tad Johnson, who has served on the […]

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Governor DeWine announces $50 million in funding  to rebuild or expand six Ohio jails

Governor DeWine announces $50 million in funding to rebuild or expand six Ohio jails

| October 29, 2021

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Director Annette Chambers-Smith announced that the state is awarding six local jails with millions in funding to rebuild or expand their facilities.   A total of $50 million was allocated to support local jail renovations in Senate Bill 310 which was passed by the Ohio General Assembly and signed by Governor DeWine in December 2020.  The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction’s (ODRC) Bureau of Adult […]

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Poll workers needed for Election Day

Poll workers needed for Election Day

| October 15, 2021

The Coshocton County Board of Elections still has a great need for poll workers for the Tuesday, Nov. 2, general election. Poll workers will be paid for training and working Election Day. The board of elections will deploy 98 poll workers to 11 polling locations throughout the county on Nov. 2. Stop by 724 S. […]

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Dog tag sales start Dec. 1, contest entries due Nov. 8

| October 6, 2021

One of the responsibilities of the county auditor is to license all dogs in the county. In Coshocton, nearly 9,400 dogs were licensed for 2021. Purchasing a tag for your dog is required by the State of Ohio. The tag has a number on it that identifies you as the owner should the dog get […]

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Meet the candidates night planned

Meet the candidates night planned

| September 30, 2021

The Coshocton Business and Professional Women and Coshocton County Farm Bureau will sponsor a meet the candidates night on Thursday, Oct. 14, at the Coshocton County Career Center. A community mix and mingle will be held from 6:30 to 7 p.m. and the candidates forum will be from 7-9 p.m. WTNS Radio 99.3 will broadcast […]

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2021 property valuation notices released

| August 20, 2021

Coshocton County Auditor Christine Sycks announced the completion of property revaluations for the county-wide reappraisal and will be sending notices to homeowners and property owners at the end of next week.  Every taxpayer with a good mailing address on file should be receiving an envelope marked with “2021 reappraisal value notification enclosed.” All property records […]

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