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Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office makes changes in 2021

Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office makes changes in 2021

| April 21, 2021

The Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office has a lot of changes going on. First, it welcomed Sheriff James A. Crawford. He brings a positive attitude, enthusiasm and a new energy to the office that is becoming contagious for all of the employees. Sheriff Crawford made a few changes upon taking office. He promoted Garrison Bryant to […]

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Chief Layton announces retirement

Chief Layton announces retirement

| April 13, 2021

Coshocton City Mayor Mark Mills announced at the April 12 city council meeting that Fire Chief Michael Layton will be retiring on April 30. Chief Layton has served the citizens as a firefighter for 33 years and as chief of the Coshocton Fire Department since 2004. Under his leadership, the Coshocton Fire Department has made […]

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Residents invited to help clean up Coshocton

Residents invited to help clean up Coshocton

| March 26, 2021

Spring is here, which means it’s that time of year when everyone gets in gear. This year is no different. As discussed at the March 22 city council meeting, residents are invited to help clean up Coshocton. Whether individuals can spare a half an hour, an hour or more, all residents are invited to participate, […]

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Republicans seeking applicants for city council president position

Republicans seeking applicants for city council president position

| March 26, 2021

The Coshocton County Republican Central committee seeks applicants for the vacancy of Coshocton City Council President Applicant must be a registered Republican that lives within Coshocton City Limits. Candidate must also be willing to ballot in November of 2021. Resumes can be emailed to Steve Hall at [email protected] Resumes must be received by Friday, April […]

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Conesville council to build village service center

| March 17, 2021

The Conesville Village Council unanimously agreed to move forward with the construction of a village service center (city hall) to be located at 312 State St. in Conesville. Council voted to accept the financing proposal of Park National Bank for its first building project. “Park National Bank has always been good to the village and […]

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City Council President Biggers says goodbye

City Council President Biggers says goodbye

| March 10, 2021

The Monday, March 8 city council meeting was a bitter sweet one as President Cliff Biggers shared that on March 3 he submitted his resignation as president, effective March 31. Biggers, who has been a resident of Coshocton County for 29 years, has served on city council as president for the past nine years. Biggers […]

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Rep Gibbs introduces voting machine security bill

| March 9, 2021

Congressman Bob Gibbs introduced the No Wireless Installations in Federal Instruments for Voting Act (No WIFI Act), which amends the 2002 Help America Vote Act to prohibit voting systems with capability to wirelessly transmit data to be used in federal elections. Last month, the Elections Assistance Commission (EAC) weakened cybersecurity requirements in an update to […]

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Gibbs introduces concealed carry parity bill

| February 11, 2021

Congressman Bob Gibbs re-introduced the Recreational Lands Self-Defense Act, a bill that expands Second Amendment rights of law-abiding citizens on water resources development projects owned and operated by the Army Corps of Engineers.  While legislation passed in May 2009 opened National Park Service (NPS) and National Fish and Wildlife Service (NFWS) lands to concealed-carry permit […]

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