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Coshocton BPW holds scholarship banquet  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

The Coshocton Business and Professional Women held its Joan McNeely Working Woman Scholarship Banquet on May 20 at Schumaker Farms.Funding for ...



Community News and Notes  Coshocton Tribune

Memorial Day Parade planned. COSHOCTON - Those who wish to participate in the annual Coshocton County Memorial Day Parade must register by May 21.



Coshocton High School announces honor rolls - News  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

Coshocton High School announced its honor and merit rolls for the third nine weeks.Honor roll students are seniors Shaylee Ackley, Graham Beaumont, ...



Coshocton residents voice concerns over Buckeye Brine permits  Coshocton Tribune

Hundreds of concerned residents gathered at Coshocton High School Thursday night to question Ohio EPA officials over pending Class I well permits.



EPA holding second hearing on Buckeye Brine  Coshocton Tribune

Public comments and information at 6 p.m. April 15 at Coshocton High School.



Ohio EPA sets hearing on Buckeye Brine permit  Coshocton Tribune

Those who want to make their voices heard and learn more about the project can attend a public hearing at 6 p.m. Oct. 18 at Coshocton High School.



Residents still unsettled after second EPA hearing  Coshocton Tribune

COSHOCTON - Karen O'Dell said if she won the Mega Millions jackpot she would use the money to buy Buckeye Brine and close down its injections wells.



Stars aligning for renovated planetarium  Coshocton Tribune

The Coshocton Planetarium should be up and running by Feb. 1 in Room 412 of the Coshocton High School.



New counseling firm focuses on family  Coshocton Tribune

Leslie Ridenbaugh has opened the new Ohio Family Counseling and Consultation on Third Street. An open house will be held on Feb. 12.



Coshocton Community Choir gains new singers  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

The Coshocton Community Choir recently gained 13 new and returning members to their 100-voice choir in preparation for its “Child of Promise” Christmas ...



Four Cambridge wrestlers win at ECOL Tournament  The Daily Jeffersonian

COSHOCTON — Cambridge High had four champions at the East Central Ohio League Wrestling Tournament at Coshocton High School on Saturday.



Coshocton Community Choir to present "Live Into Hope" spring concert  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

The Coshocton Community Choir will present its “Live Into Hope” spring concert at 3 p.m. April 28 in Coshocton High School's McKinley Auditorium, 1207 ...



Photos: Readers share back to school photos  Times Reporter

Readers are sharing back to school photos with us. If you would like to share, email a .jpg image to Interactive Editor Joe Wright at ...



MVESC Awards Six Students with Scholarships  Morgan County Herald

The Muskingum Valley Educational *Service* Center (MVESC) recently honored the Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Award finalists from each of the 15 school ...



Developing industrial parks for future economic growth  Coshocton Tribune

A $50,000 grant allowed the Coshocton Port Authority to commission a strategic plan for economic development; The two market ready sites are on Papermill ...



Close Encounter: Marietta nips Coshocton | Softball  Ashland Source

Mighty close, mighty fine, Marietta wore a victory shine after clipping Coshocton 3-2 on April 10 in Ohio softball action.



After 22 years, Hunt says goodbye to his Central Christian family  Coshocton Tribune

The Rev. Philip Hunt's dedication to the ministry reached beyond the church in many ways.



Coshocton schools locked down; 15-year-old boy arrested  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

COSHOCTON Schools were placed on lockdown Thursday morning in response to a threat a student reportedly posted on social media. A 15-year-old boy was ...



Tribute or racial slur: Is it time for schools to give up Native American mascots?  Cincinnati.com

Ohio is at the center of a nationwide debate over whether it's OK for schools to have Native American mascots and logos.



Photos: 2018 Prom Gallery  Times Reporter

Prom photos shared by our readers. Share yours by emailing a .jpg image to joe.wright@TimesReporter.com. Include information (names, school, etc.) for the ...



Living through 10 years of the Great Recession  Coshocton Tribune

Coshocton lost several industries, but small business are part of bounce back.



Coshocton County Real Estate Transfers  Coshocton Tribune

Property recently bought and sold in the local area.



Quakers rally to beat Maysville again, claim district title  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

COSHOCTON With 4:22 left in the second quarter just 17 days ago, New Philadelphia trailed Maysville by 10 points, the only time all year the Quakers trailed by ...



OHSAA Soccer & Volleyball Regional Pairings; Cross Country and Field Hockey State Tournament Information  13abc Action News

Cross country and field hockey state tournaments are this weekend; soccer and volleyball regional semifinals are midweek, followed by regional finals Saturday.



Driver will not be charged in fatal accident  Coshocton Tribune

Hettinger said there was nothing Stephen D. Hamilto could have done to prevent the crash that resulted in the death of Rose Angel Pahoundis.



No injuries in Jefferson Township fire  Coshocton Tribune

Blaze occurred about 5:15 p.m. Wednesdsay on County Road 49.



Playoff football scouting report: Breaking down Lucas vs Waterford  Mansfield News Journal

The Lucas Cubs had the most dominant Week 11 of any team in the area.



Four charged after Sunday's home invasion  Coshocton Tribune

COSHOCTON – The Coshocton County Sheriff's Office is investigating a second home invasion in less than a week, which led to the arrest of four individuals.



Moore sentenced to 15 years to life  Coshocton Tribune

Moore sentenced to 15 years to life for the murder of Matthew Gadfield.



Raiders move on | News, Sports, Jobs  Morning Journal News

From Staff Reports NILES — Bree Kohler wore the hat and the South Range girls held their first district championship trophy Thursday. Kohler scored all th.



Here is Every Ohio High School With a "Redskins" Mascot  Cleveland Scene Weekly

Happy Columbus Day! Or, if you live in a forward-thinking U.S. city like Minneapolis or Portland: Happy Indigenous Peoples Day! Chances are you probably live.



Coshocton boys basketball coach resigns  Times Reporter

Tom Hilgenberg, who concluded his 13th season at the Coshocton helm, shared Division III Coach of the Year honors with Dayton Northridge High School's Jeff ...



ODOT proposes bridge plans  Coshocton Tribune

COSHOCTON - The city's western gateway will undergo major changes, starting in 2018, at an estimated cost of $18 million to repair one bridge and replace ...



Coshocton lacks diversity, but not minority impact  Coshocton Tribune

COSHOCTON – When Pastor Cliff Biggers and his wife, Jennifer, moved to Coshocton from Newark 20 years ago, they felt more resistance from not being from ...



Raiders compete at D-3 district meet  Gallipolis Daily Tribune

COSHOCTON, Ohio — The young Raiders attempted to make some headway this past weekend.Instead, they ran headlong into a stacked Division III district.



MVL to expand to 12 teams | Sports  Perry County Tribune

The Muskingum Valley League will expand to a 12-member league with the addition of three schools, with Coshocton, Meadowbrook and River View joining the ...



Photos: Your 2017 Homecoming Photos  Times Reporter

Homecoming photos submitted by our readers. Have a photo to share? Email .jpg images to joe.wright@TimesReporter.com. Include information about the ...



Dover officials survey damage after Tuesday's windstorm - News  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

DOVER Officials with the Tuscarawas County Emergency Management Agency and the Dover *Service* Department surveyed the damage Wednesday in Dover ...



Young actors will bring ‘Annie Jr.’ to the stage  Coshocton Tribune

WEST LAFAYETTE - “Annie Jr.” will be performed at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 2 p.m. Sunday, in the auditorium of Ridgewood High School.



New names added to Coshocton Coal Miners Memorial  Coshocton Tribune

COSHOCTON – Donald Green, who grew up in Coshocton but now lives in Atlanta, Ga., has no reason to return to Coshocton, but for the Coal Miners Memorial.



Jeeps knock off Pirates, 4-0  Portsmouth Daily Times

“It's something at the beginning of the season that we thought we had a chance of doing” said South Webster head coach Corey Claxon following his team's 4-0 ...



Local McDonalds owners host Ray A. Kroc Youth Achievement Awards  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

Local McDonald's owners Vickie Lewis, Amy Ansel, Dana Lewis and Brian Mortellaro hosted the 34th annual Ray A. Kroc Youth Achievement Awards Ceremony ...



Choosing an Oil Change - Lifestyle  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

If you have ever felt overwhelmed when choosing an oil change *service* at the auto shop, you're not alone. With the many different types of fluid available, ...



Inspect the Suspension - Lifestyle  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

As spring approaches, focus your attention to the components that keep you and your family safe. It's likely that winter elements caused wear and tear to these ...



Community Corner: Your prom photos  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

Here is our latest batch of prom photos for you to enjoy. Readers have been submitting photos from area proms.If you would like to share a prom photo with our ...



Knox County Sheriff's Office Announces Officer Of The Year  WMFD.com

KNOX COUNTY, OH - The Knox County Sheriff's Office is proud to announce Deputy Fred Michael as the 2017 officer of the year. Deputy Michael has worked as ...



Long-time magistrate leaves Huron County  Norwalk Reflector

A long-time Huron County employee has started a new full-time job in Ottawa County. Danita Gilbert-Conway, a magistrate since 1996, started a similar position ...



H.S. girls basketball: McKinley wins district title, tops Hoover  Canton Repository

Kierstan Bell scored 22 points to help McKinley to a 53-45 win over Hoover in a Division I district final game at Walsh University on Friday night.



Lost in Suburbia: When in Rome, do like the Ro-Moms do  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

I wouldn't say I'm a slave to fashion, but I do like to follow some of the trends each season. I usually get just a few pieces that ultimately look more age ...



Robinson: A snapshot of science's power to amaze  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

On Wednesday, scientists unveiled a fuzzy image that should blow every mind on the planet: the first-ever picture of a black hole, which is a region of space so ...



Headed to Columbus | News, Sports, Jobs  The Steubenville Herald-Star

Eight locals are headed to the Ohio Wrestling State Championships next weekend at Ohio State University. Leading the way are six from Steubenville Big Red.



John Glenn bounces Buckeye | News, Sports, Jobs  The Steubenville Herald-Star

GNADENHUTTEN — Success tends to beget success and that's what Buckeye Local boys' basketball coach Greg Haberfield is counting on. “Success is the key.



Logan High School alumni recognized at BYF breakfast  Logan Daily News

LOGAN — Logan High School was swarming with familiar faces as Brighten Your Future sponsored the 36th annual Logan High School Alumni Day on ...



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