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Enjoy a Playground of Talent

Enjoy a Playground of Talent

| February 15, 2024

Fight those dreary winter doldrums with an explosion of color made by local elementary and high school artists. Come to the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum on Sunday, March 17 for a special opening from 1-3 p.m. Admission during this time will be free. The elementary artwork is produced by students in kindergarten through sixth grade who attend […]

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Cardinal Chorale Concert set for Coshocton

Cardinal Chorale Concert set for Coshocton

| February 8, 2024

Walk Together is the theme of the Cardinal Chorale’s reunion concert at The Presbyterian Church in Coshocton on Sunday, Feb. 18.  The concert is sponsored by Grace United Methodist Church and the Coshocton Community Choir. Thirty-five young singers from Ohio and neighboring states will be part of the concert. The singers met this past July […]

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Plans underway for piano competition

| January 25, 2024

Plans are underway for the annual Edward E. Montgomery Jr. Piano Competition to be held Sunday, April 7. This will be the 36th competition which was established in 1987 by The Montgomery Foundation to honor the wishes of Edward E. Montgomery Jr. The participants perform on his piano that currently rests in the Ivy Room […]

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Elks will host hoop shoot

Elks will host hoop shoot

| January 3, 2024

The Coshocton Elks Lodge 376 will hold its local hoop shoot from 1-2 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 21, at Coshocton High School in the gym. Sign ups will begin at 12:15 p.m. and will be completed before the hoop shoot begins. Boys and girls, ages 8-13 from Coshocton and River View school districts are eligible […]

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CRMC receives ‘A’ grade from The Leapfrog Group

CRMC receives ‘A’ grade from The Leapfrog Group

| November 8, 2023

Coshocton Regional Medical Center received an “A” grade in the fall 2023 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade, a national distinction recognizing Coshocton Regional Medical Center’s achievements in protecting patients from errors, injuries, accidents, and infections. “An ‘A’ Safety Grade is one of the largest reflections of the priority we place on patient safety at our facility,” […]

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Calling Hours presentation reflects on loss of AEP

Calling Hours presentation reflects on loss of AEP

| May 4, 2023

Three years ago — COVID-19. The world was shutting down. AEP Conesville Coal-fired Power Plant stopped producing electricity a month ahead of schedule. There were no formal goodbyes or parting celebrations. Three years ago — a team of OSU researchers led by Dr. Jeffrey Jacquet began studying three communities affected by coal-fired power plant retirements. […]

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United Way partnering with Rust Decor

United Way partnering with Rust Decor

| April 27, 2023

United Way of Coshocton County and Rust Decor are partnering together for a Mother’s Day celebration. Come celebrate and spend quality time with your mom while painting ceramics at Rust Decor at 341 Main St. in Coshocton. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 13. Fifty percent of […]

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Coshocton Tree Commission gives update

Coshocton Tree Commission gives update

| March 3, 2023

The Coshocton Tree Commission received three new tree concerns. There is an old Sycamore at South Fifth Street and Mulberry that is leaning over the street. After discussion it was decided the tree should be removed. A tree at 904 South Sixth St. should be looked at for possible trimming and some older trees on […]

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