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Coshoctonians for Peace and Equality present at city council meeting

Coshoctonians for Peace and Equality present at city council meeting

| January 14, 2021

With so much chaos surrounding the presidential election and the riot that occurred at the United States Capitol on Jan. 6, Mayor Mills took time at the Jan.11 city council meeting to address the energy exerted throughout the nation. Mills said, “Basically, I look at it as definitely an energy waster to think about what […]

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SBA extends COVID-19 economic injury disaster loan application deadline

| January 6, 2021

The U.S. Small Business Administration announced that the deadline to apply for the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program for the COVID-19 Pandemic disaster declaration is extended to Dec. 31, 2021. The deadline extension comes as a result of the recent bipartisan COVID-19 relief bill passed by Congress and enacted by President Trump on Dec. […]

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This year do your part to step up and mask up

This year do your part to step up and mask up

| January 6, 2021

This year the question is do masks work? Coshocton City officials believe so and are doing their part to spread the word. “Let’s keep people safe,” said Mayor Mark Mills. “Since COVID has gotten closer to home and more people we know have been effected by it, people are buying into keeping people safe. We have […]

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Mayor Mills encourages residents to mask up

Mayor Mills encourages residents to mask up

| November 24, 2020

At the Nov. 23 city council and committee meetings, it was shared that thanks to the CARES Act, Coshocton has received some additional COVID funding, which may allow the city to help some of the local schools with some projects. Mayor Mills took time during the meeting to encourage residents to step up and mask […]

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Mills working on plans to bring Santa to town

Mills working on plans to bring Santa to town

| October 27, 2020

At the Oct. 26 city council meeting, Mayor Mark Mills and city council members expressed thanks and appreciation to all of the residents and businesses that showed up on Oct. 24 to help clean up downtown Coshocton. Close to 50 people showed up and helped out, and because of the amount of volunteers, all of […]

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Commissioners taking COVID-19 relief fund grant applications

Commissioners taking COVID-19 relief fund grant applications

| October 22, 2020

The Coshocton County Commissioners have decided to support local small business and non-profit organizations by dedicating $500,000 of Coronavirus Aid Relief Funds to aid those that have sustained economic hardships as a result of the public health emergency. The Coshocton County Commissioners received $1.3 million in the third round funding from CARES Act and Ohio […]

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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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