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Camp Invention held at Coshocton Elementary School

Camp Invention held at Coshocton Elementary School

| July 2, 2021

The week of June 28th was a busy one at Coshocton Elementary School as 100 students in grades kindergarten through sixth spent their days having fun and learning how to invent items to serve a set purpose. Barb Snyder, Camp Invention Director, said the camp is an all day camp that has five modules each […]

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Camp Invention held at Warsaw Elementary School

Camp Invention held at Warsaw Elementary School

| June 29, 2021

Sienna Hughett has been to Camp Invention before and was happy to be back. “It’s fun,” the Keene Elementary School sixth-grader said. “You get to hang out with your friends, build different things and be creative.” She was one of 77 students entering kindergarten through sixth grade who took part in the week-long camp held […]

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9th Indian Mud Run draws more than 900 competitors

9th Indian Mud Run draws more than 900 competitors

| June 28, 2021

The first Indian Mud Run in Coshocton County was held in July of 2012 and the race has grown each year. This year, the race had about 90 obstacles for the competitors. “Our goal is to have 100 obstacles next year when we celebrate our 10th year,” said Hubie Cushman. The Indian Mud Run was […]

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Coshocton Hot Air Balloon Festival goes on despite the weather

Coshocton Hot Air Balloon Festival goes on despite the weather

| June 14, 2021

Despite the weather playing havoc with scheduled launches, the balloons were finally able to take to the air Saturday evening at the Coshocton Hot Air Balloon Festival. To the delight of many, some balloons didn’t travel far, and people got an up close and personal look at the beautiful balloons. Unstable weather in the area […]

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Antiques in the Park brings community members out for fun in downtown

Antiques in the Park brings community members out for fun in downtown

| June 7, 2021

Antiques in the Park was a free all-day event held on June 5 in the artPARK featuring antique dealers selling primitives, pottery, glass, furniture, collectibles as well as food vendors, and games for both adults and children with some pretty nice prizes. Perfect weather made for a great day to have a bicycle give away. Jaxon Sampsel, […]

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Coshocton Christian School students help rededicate flag

Coshocton Christian School students help rededicate flag

| May 28, 2021

When Pastor Mike Jansen drove into town five years ago, one of the first things he saw was the giant American flag that flew high above Mullett Tire. “When the property went up for sale, I was concerned about if the flag would fly again,” Jansen said. “It ended up being donated to us (here […]

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Genesis to build new medical center in Coshocton

Genesis to build new medical center in Coshocton

| April 28, 2021

Genesis HealthCare System is building a new healthcare facility in Coshocton called the Genesis Coshocton Medical Center. This will be a state-of-the-art facility utilizing superior clinical information technology, advanced clinical equipment and the latest in healthcare facility design to create the optimum patient experience. Expected to open in early 2023, the Genesis Coshocton Medical Center […]

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Opportunity School dresses up Main Street

Opportunity School dresses up Main Street

| December 9, 2020

Students and staff members of the Opportunity School collaborated together on their first annual community service project called Dress Up Main Street. Because of COVID, the students have not been able to participate in a community service project outdoors this year. However, that changed when Diana McKee saw a picture that inspired a project idea […]

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