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Mills praises fire department at council meeting

Mills praises fire department at council meeting

| May 24, 2022

“Mow your grass. Mow your grass. Mow your grass. You had to mow it last year and this year you still have to mow your grass,” said Mayor Mark Mills during the May 23 committee meetings. Mills expressed that he and the city are aware of the cemetery at South Lawn having water lines that […]

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Cleanup day volunteers thanked at council meeting

Cleanup day volunteers thanked at council meeting

| April 12, 2022

At the April 11 city committee meeting and council meeting, Mayor Mark Mills expressed gratitude and thanks to the 75 volunteers who showed up for the cleanup day that occurred on April 9. He went on to encourage drivers to not throw trash out of their vehicles onto the streets. Instead, he suggests using trash […]

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Conesville Village Hall completed within budget

Conesville Village Hall completed within budget

| March 2, 2022

Construction has been completed on the new Conesville Village Hall located at 312 State St. in Conesville, within budget. The village purchased the 312 State St. property in November 2020 after the Coshocton County Sheriff offered the property at public sale on two occasions and failed to produce a single bid. According to Solicitor William […]

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Mills delivers state of the city

Mills delivers state of the city

| February 15, 2022

2021 the year of variants, health care crisis, inflation, worker shortages, supply chain issues, vaccinations, at least not all meetings are on zoom, we are in the hybrid model now. That two week “flatten the curve” sure lasted longer than we all expected. President Hilgenberg, council members, elected officials, coworkers, and my fellow citizens. I […]

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Council discusses needs of Coshocton during inclement weather

Council discusses needs of Coshocton during inclement weather

| January 31, 2022

At the city council meeting, held on Jan. 24, Amy Shutt was introduced as the new council clerk. Council members held a moment of silence for the previous clerk, Cherry Wilson, who passed away while battling cancer. Also, Mayor Mark Mills requested Terry Boehm be added to the City Health Board to replace Doug Speicher […]

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Family dependency treatment court celebrates certification

Family dependency treatment court celebrates certification

| January 26, 2022

The Family Dependency Treatment Court of the Coshocton County Juvenile Court has earned final certification from the Ohio Supreme Court’s Commission on Specialized Dockets. The new certification is in effect from 2022 through 2024, and was celebrated in conjunction with its 52nd successful graduation candidate. In order to receive the certification, the local court had […]

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Miller celebrates largest economic development in Ohio’s history

| January 25, 2022

State Representative Kevin Miller (R-Newark) highlights Intel’s Investment in Ohio. Intel, a semiconductor company, announced that they will be bringing the largest economic development project in Ohio’s history to Licking County. State Representative Kevin Miller released the following statement on the announcement: “This project will be instrumental in cementing Ohio as a state open to […]

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Grant K. Daugherty files for Coshocton County Auditor

Grant K. Daugherty files for Coshocton County Auditor

| January 25, 2022

Grant K. Daugherty, who has served eight years as Coshocton County Commissioner and 15 years as township fiscal officer, has filed to run for Coshocton County Auditor in 2022. Daugherty, a lifelong Republican, is committed to bringing a conservative, commonsense, business approach to the auditor’s office. After careful assessment of the current environment in the […]

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