17 hrs ago
Fatal overdoses continue rise in '12
Ask 2-year-old Jazlen Harden where her mother is, and she has two answers. The first person she points to is her mother's twin sister, Beth Carey, who has cared for her this past year.
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21 hrs ago
County Road 436 closed starting Monday
The road will be closed in Washington Township about 0.5 miles east of Township Road 486 for about10 days.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
EMS pursuing new station in Warsaw
Officials gave EMS Director Bernie Minet the go-ahead to hire an architect to draw up possible plans at Wednesday's council meeting.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Public Record: Today's Crime Report
A Pataskala man was traveling north on Seventh Street when he struck the vehicle being driven by a Coshocton woman.
Woman from scrap yard case back in jail
Just hours after bonding out in her current drug case, Rhonda St. John-Berger was back in Coshocton County Jail.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Farm estate seminar upcoming
Speakers include Robert Moore, attorney of Wright Law Co.; Larry Gearhardt, OSU Extension taxation field specialist; Chris Zoller, OSU Extension educator in Tuscarawas County; and Emily Adams, OSU Extension educator in Coshocton County.
Roads remain closed because of high water
Flooding continues to leave some roads closed in Coshocton County. According to the Ohio Department of Transportation, Ohio 60 north of Blissfield and Ohio 715 near County Road 20 still were closed Tuesday because of high water and potential risk of flooding.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Grange meeting slated for Wednesday
Walhonding Valley Grange will provide the exchange program with a coin drill for Friendly Hills Campgrounds.
Tires to be collected Saturday at fairgrounds
Fee is $2 for each passenger tire, $40 for each rear-wheel tractor tire and $15 for in-between size tires.
Public records: Man accused of disorderly conduct
Coshocton woman arrested and charged for criminal damaging and aggravated disorderly conduct.
Indulge in a romantic wine tasting weekend in Coshocton County
Spring is here and it is time to treat yourself to a special getaway filled with romance, fine wine and exquisite cuisine.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
City coffers short on cash
Mayor Steve Mercer said he's been dreading 2014 as the projected tightest year financially for the city since the economic downturn of 2008.
Tourism partner meeting set for April 24
The meeting will include tourism updates, brochure exchange, roundtable discussion of what's happening and the Coshocton County Convention and Visitors Bureau's move to Roscoe Village.
State plans to repair bridges -- two in Coshocton
In a collaboration between county government and the Ohio Department of Transportation, Muskingum and Coshocton counties will be receiving 11 bridge makeovers in the next three years, part of a statewide bridge partnership program pioneered by Gov. John Kasich.
Safety on road should be priority this spring
With warmer temperatures come more outdoor activities and more cars on the roads.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Coshocton firefighters share joys, losses of the job
It takes a unique person to run into a burning building, or at least that's the best description Capt.
Coshoctonian Award speech 2014
It has been pointed out that there is no letter 'I' in the word 'TEAM,' and this year's Coshoctonian recipients - and yes, for the just the third time in the history of the award, there are two of them - are one of the best examples of a team you will ever see.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
For local couple Bob and Renee Guilliams, it's been a team effort since they started dating in high school.
Beagles come to Coshocton for annual event
Handlers from all across country are in Coshocton this weekend with hundreds of beagles to showcase their dogs' hunting and tracking abilities.
A few things worth mentioning
To Kayleen Wilson who is raising money for the Walk for PKU Research, which helps support a camp and research projects for those with phenylketonuria, or PKU.