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Holiday Jams and Jellies Class planned

| October 13, 2021

Looking for unique homemade holiday gift ideas? Learn to make some tasty food gifts at the Holiday Jams and Jellies Class on Thursday, Nov. 4 from 6-7:30 p.m. Recipes will include Pomegranate Jelly, Carrot Cake Jam, and Low-Sugar Apple Pie Jam. Learn to safely create these delicious spreads during this hands-on workshop. The class will […]

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Roadside workers plead with drivers to keep them safe

| October 13, 2021

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, AAA, the Ohio Turnpike, the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), the Ohio State Highway Patrol, and The Risk Institute are recognizing Move-Over Day, Saturday, Oct. 16, by reminding Ohio drivers to move over and slow down for any vehicle with flashing lights parked on the roadside. This effort is part of […]

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Sheriff’s office changes date to start online sales

| October 11, 2021

Instead of Oct. 1, it is now beginning with Nov. 1, 2021, that the Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office will no longer be conducting sales of real estate for foreclosures in person. Pursuant to House Bill 390, RealAuction has been contracted with the Ohio Department of Administrative Services for these sales to be online with the […]

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Ohio heads into peak time for deer-related crashes

Ohio heads into peak time for deer-related crashes

| October 9, 2021

AAA, The Ohio Department of Insurance, Ohio State Highway Patrol and Ohio Department of Natural Resources want to remind motorists of the increase in deer-related traffic crashes this time of year. Since 2016, statistics from the Ohio State Highway Patrol show there were 100,672 deer-related crashes on Ohio’s roadways. While 95% of deer-related crashes only […]

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Garden clubs share flower show results

Garden clubs share flower show results

| October 7, 2021

The Coshocton County Council of Garden Clubs held its flower show during the Coshocton County Fair. The theme was “Put Me in, Coach.” The results were as follows: Exhibitor’s Class —Class 51, Team Jersey, Peoples’ Choice Award, Renee Wilden, monochromatic design, one dominant color. —Class 52, Hole in One, Peoples’ Choice Award, Cathy Hudson, design […]

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Sheriff’s office makes promotions

Sheriff’s office makes promotions

| October 6, 2021

The Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office recently announced new positions in the road division. The position was posted in order to hire prospected field training officers in which road deputies could potentially be promoted to the rank of corporal. The sheriff’s office currently has promoted four road deputies for the position of corporal on each shift, […]

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West Lafayette to benefit from grant funding

West Lafayette to benefit from grant funding

| October 6, 2021

The County Board of Commissioners announce they have been awarded  $1,250,000 in grant funds from the Ohio Development Services Agency Office of Community Development through the competitive Neighborhood Revitalization and Critical Infrastructure programs. The Village of West Lafayette has been awarded a Neighborhood Revitalization grant totaling $750,000 to revitalize the village. The projects will include […]

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91-year-old never misses a fair

91-year-old never misses a fair

| October 6, 2021

Martha Marlatt has attended the Coshocton County Fair every year for 91 years. “I was born Sept. 11, 1930 and I have never missed a fair,” she said. Marlatt was three weeks old when she attended her first fair. “My mother stayed in bed for nine days that’s the way it was done when I […]

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