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Coshocton Foundation awards grants

Coshocton Foundation awards grants

| June 15, 2022

The distribution committee of the Coshocton Foundation had its second meeting of fiscal year 2022 recently and reviewed 22 grant applications totaling $778,047. The committee awarded nine grants totaling $150,325, to numerous community organizations. The grants awarded include: $50,000 to Kids America, Inc. to provide support for their parking lot project, as they seek to […]

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Indian Mud Run celebrating 10th anniversary with 100 obstacles in 10K

Indian Mud Run celebrating 10th anniversary with 100 obstacles in 10K

| June 15, 2022

Around 800 people have already registered for the Indian Mud Run to be held on Saturday, June 25. Parking is at Lake Park and vans will take people to the event.  The first wave is for pro men and women and will begin at 8 a.m. Registration can be completed at events.com or on race […]

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Cy Young Days Festival planned for June 24-26

| June 14, 2022

John Denny, who won the Cy Young Award in 1983 when he was playing for the Philadelphia Phillies, will be the guest of honor at the annual Cy Young Days Festival June 24-26. The festival honors Cy Young and the game of baseball. It also promotes the youth and the village of Newcomerstown through family-oriented […]

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Ridgewood discusses hiring resource officers

| June 13, 2022

The Ridgewood Local School Board met in regular session on June 13, at the administration building. During public participation,  resident  Ed Chapdelaine of West Lafayette addressed the board concerning school security.  Also present were Police Chief Chris Walters and Mayor Stephen Bordenkircher. A discussion was held about hiring a resource officer for the school district. […]

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Library staff brings activities to parks

Library staff brings activities to parks

| June 13, 2022

Coshocton Public Library’s Youth Service Coordinator Janice Sycks brought the joy of books to some  young readers through Storytime at the Himebaugh Park on June 9. Oceans of Possibilities is the theme for this year’s summer reading program with stories as well as songs and activities related to that theme. Children sang “Take Me Out […]

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Red Cross is in need of blood drive volunteers

Red Cross is in need of blood drive volunteers

| June 12, 2022

The American Red Cross needs new volunteers to assist at blood drives In Coshocton County. In just a few hours a month you can make an important impact as a blood donor ambassador volunteer. Volunteers are asked to commit to at least one drive per month. Flexible schedules are available. Apply now at www.Redcross.Org/Volunteertoday. Responsibilities […]

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New principal hired at RVHS

New principal hired at RVHS

| June 10, 2022

The River View Local School District announced the hiring of Josh Branch as the new principal at River View High School. Branch is replacing Alan Keesee who will assume the principal position at Hillsdale High School on Aug. 1.  “We are extremely excited to have Branch back at River View High School,” said Superintendent Chuck […]

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Tubbs chosen as Coshocton Hot Air Balloon Festival Queen

Tubbs chosen as Coshocton Hot Air Balloon Festival Queen

| June 10, 2022

The weather was beautiful for the first evening of activities for the 2022 Coshocton County Hot Air Balloon Festival. Although the scheduled tethered balloon rides had to be canceled due to winds, several balloons did lift off. The queen contest was held at the grandstand. Two young ladies vied for the title of queen – […]

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