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yes, you can have fun ouTdoors! I was hoping to catch some youngsters sledding at the ever popular hill at the Coshocton Town & Country Club this past weekend and sure enough – they did not disappoint! These boys and girls were having a great time despite the frigid air on Saturday morning using all kinds of sleds, disks, and other contraptions that I did not even know existed, to ride down the hill. They had even built a small “ramp” to get the most out of their enjoyment. ahhh, the days of youth, warm fingers, toes and hot chocolate that brings back fond memories of our night-time sled runs down the lane or in the field at the old homestead on 541. and yes, i still hold the record among the neighborhood for the longest sled ride – that was across State route 541 with sparks flying from my runners and ending up in the old ohio Power parking lot. But regardless, one thing hasn’t changed all that much – the fun ride down the hill is always followed by that long trudge back uP the hill! More snow photos on page 2. Beacon Photo By Mark fortune


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winter wonderland Pictured here are Lauren Johnson and Jessica Johnson enjoying the recent snowfall at the Coshocton Town & Country Club hills. The girls said excitedly that they were having “lots of fun!” Beacon photo by Mark fortune

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Coshocton: Despite the snowy weather and chilling cold, several dozen people joined with local officials at the Richard Downing Airport on Friday morning, Jan. 8. The airport board presented Congressman Zach Space with a plaque of appreciation for his efforts in securing the funding to extend the runway to 5,000 feet, a length considered necessary to allow more corporate flights into Coshocton County. Congressman Space stated, “This is really due to you – the real strength of our country lies in the hardworking people of Coshocton County. This is your money being returned from congressMan zach sPace PresenTed wiTh Plaque Washington for a good cause. of aPPreciaTion Pictured left to right are; Bethel toler, richYou’re here because you care about ard Downing airport executive Director, congressman Zach Space and Dr. Jerold Meyer, President of the richard Downing airport your community. Complacency and board of directors. Beacon Photo By Mark fortune inaction is not a plan – this current economic situation that we’re in will mind in the appropriations. What we really need not resolve itself on its own – we need to plow forward . . . that is what makes us to do now is to complete this by mid-summer. great as a nation. That thing that is best about This additional 1,000 feet of runway removes us is that every time we face a crisis we emerge the barricade to commerce and development that stronger!” During the ceremony, Congressman inhibits our growth and progress”. Airport officials stated that work is expected Space and State Representative Troy Balderson to resume on the runway extension this spring. (94th District) shared their appreciation for each other with kind words and working together for the common good. HAIRCUTS $10 • HAIRCUTS $10 • HAIRCUTS $10 Bethel Toler, executive director of the Richard Downing Airport, said, “They say that one mile of new highway lets you go one mile $ $ but one mile of runway gets you anywhere in the BARBER SHOP world!” Dr. Jerold Meyer, President of the airport Appointments Recommended 622-4947 Walk-ins Welcome • Behind Coshocton Bowling Alley board, commented, “We really appreciate what HAIRCUTS $10 • HAIRCUTS $10 • HAIRCUTS $10 Congressman Space did for us. He kept us in



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As all of you know, the purpose and care and are devoted to working with – and indeed – loving our children with vision of The Coshocton County special needs. We are fortunate to have Beacon is to report on the positive Hopewell School, Hopewell Industries, happenings in Coshocton County. the Coshocton County Board of Over the past 20 months I believe that MRDD, teachers and instructors in we have delivered on that mission. our schools, churches and many other But this past week we failed, and we groups that work tirelessly to provide failed miserably. What was meant respect, education, encouragement and to be a decidedly positive event of a positive, loving environment for all local meaning ended up being a truly those with exceptional abilities. And as detrimental article that portrayed The Beacon is a partner with Hopewell some children with special needs in Mark fortune Industries, I can tell you that you would our community in a negative light. And as they should have, the community called us on it. be hard pressed to find a friendlier group of people I received several emails as the result of this article and harder workers. and have responded to each. As the Publisher of But this is only part of the story. The parents The Coshocton County Beacon, I accept full and and extended family members that provide a complete responsibility for the content of our paper loving home and words of encouragement also – whether it is a photo, classified ad, advertisement deserve their due. I have witnessed this love first or news article. I am using this column to apologize hand from parents that tirelessly sacrifice their to the children and their families for not presenting own time, comfort and needs to provide care and these young people as truly special. And I am also opportunities for their children. One parent who asking the community to continue to keep us on the visited our office last week is just one such example road to deliver our vision. of a love borne out of a desire to provide the same I can assure our readers that The Beacon level of hope and positive environment shared by did not intend for this article to be detrimental children without these needs. Indeed, I would say nor to provide a negative message. Sometimes that perhaps this love goes even deeper. comments and opinions are taken out of context in And with regret for the inappropriateness of the news reporting business and while every step this article at the very top of my list, I am offering is taken to ensure that names are spelled correctly to our community that The Beacon has gained and people are identified accurately in photos, much from this error. I am also hoping that perhaps there are occasions where even scrutiny fails to the community at large can gain something as well. provide the means necessary to avoid such errors. As I have mentioned in prior issues of The Beacon But this mistake goes beyond that measure. I am on more than one occasion, we are really all in disappointed in our own – and my - diligence to the this together. This past year has borne out that degree that I have instituted measures in our office Coshocton County is filled with giving, caring, and to ensure that this does not happen again. We take compassionate people. We expect 2010 to reveal what we do seriously and obviously need to step up the same. in that arena. Our community is blessed with people that

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The Coshocton County Chamber Commissioner’s office. Everyone of Commerce presented Marty and has stepped up to the challenge. Tammy Glazier of West Lafayette with On the positive side, we were a Community Improvement award for able to secure an ARC grant of their efforts in maintaining the Troop $38,400, $103,000 for county Train Memorial Park in the village improvements, $471,000 in CHIP of West Lafayette. Marty Glazier funding, and $600,000 in an Ohio commented, “We truly appreciate it. Department of Development grant Our work is a labor of love to honor for the Fresno project. Further, those 33 brave soldiers who died, we assisted with procuring some of whom were only 17 or 18 $450,000 in congressional funds years old. We do this as an honor to for the airport, $400,000 for the my Dad – (Raymond Glazier) who highway and another $200,000 in was a World War Two veteran and congressional appropriations for the Mayor of West Lafayette in 1950 Fresno. We have also borrowed when the troop train tragedy occurred. $250,000 at 1% interest for 30 The couple was suggested by Ron years for the Fresno project.” In addition, Fischer reported Lusk and Chamber Executive Director that the Commissioners worked Carol Remington remarked that, ‘How hand in hand with West Lafayette often we drive by a park and see its beautiful flowers and take it all for Community Improvement Award presented The Coshocton County Village Council on the regional granted. This presentation provides us Chamber of Commerce presented Tammy and Marty Glazier of West Lafayette with waste water treatment facility with the opportunity to thank a local a Community Improvement Award at the quarterly chamber luncheon meeting held – and was complimentary in couple for their efforts in keeping Thursday, Jan. 7 at Roberta’s Catering Center on Pine Street in Coshocton. From extending his appreciation and that not only a memory alive but also in left to right are; Chamber President Don Hutchins, Tammy and Marty Glazier and of the Board of Commissioners to West Lafayette officials for providing beauty”. The park is located Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Carol Remington. their help. Of the project that the at Kirk and Railroad Streets in West Beacon photo by Mark fortune Commissioners worked tirelessly Lafayette and has been in existence Williamson was attending a convention in Gallia to see through, the Broadband since 1990. Plans are currently being developed for the 60th anniversary of the Troop County and Justice provided her comments to the initiative, Fischer said, “At the end of 2009 there members. The single biggest accomplishment are 500 customers hooked up and we are only Train accident. In addition to the plaque presentation, of the CVB in 2009 was being presented with halfway done. There are 7 towers in place with the quarterly Chamber luncheon provides the a state wide Ruby award for their innovative more towers coming”. Fischer also said that the opportunity for members of The Chamber to website that presents tourist attractions for the Commissioners have spoken at the state level hear updates from local economic leaders, the community. In 2009 the CVB launched a new and that no less than 10 other counties have Mayor of Coshocton and the Coshocton County website and established a Twitter account that talked to us – this is a model being copies around has helped increase local tourism and marketing the state. We are currently applying for round 2 Commissioners. Coshocton Port Authority Director T. J. of Coshocton County. stimulus funding to help us get access available Justice provided a brief but detailed report on Coshocton Mayor Steve Mercer said, for the remaining 20% of the county”. the successes of the Port Authority in 2009. “Coshocton is right here. It’s the people that Carol Remington, Executive Director of Justice stated that the Port Authority had, live here that make our community great. This the Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce “provided technical assistance to the airport for year we saw the retirement from the city of remarked, “We have had challenges this past extending the runway, worked on getting the people with 110 years of service. Regarding year and have found out that there are Chambers funding back in place for the Route 16 four lane financials, the city suffered an 11.77% decrease in the state that are considering closing. Yet, here highway funding, helping secure $400,000 of in income taxes due to the economy and the in Coshocton, we have landed ten new members the 5.2 million needed, worked with the County city has budgeted accordingly. The city will be in the past three months and are working hard Commissioners to procure 3.3 million for the bidding the Second Street paving project again to support the small businesses in our area. We Fresno wastewater treatment facility project, and hopefully paving could begin as early as know that our business is all about helping other held a successful job fair in which over 300 this spring”. Mayor Mercer also acknowledged small businesses succeed. The Chamber asks attended, helped facilitate the city and county newly elected City Council President Kirby that you step forward and volunteer to help your water agreement, helped get $99,000 from the Hasseman who received a round of applause Chamber. The next Chamber event is January 27 with the Economic Development breakfast USDA for the revolving loan fund, are preparing from those present. to hire a local firm to redesign the Port Authority Coshocton County Commissioner Gary meeting. Steve Schillig, director of the Small website, mailed out 2200 calendars that promote Fischer provided the report from the Board of Business Development Center, will be the the joint website and got Commissioners by saying, “There are budget guest speaker. For more information or to make $400,000 for the brown field site work at the issues with everyone. We knew going into 2009 reservations call the Chamber office at 740-622former GE site”. In addition, Justice reported that that there would be budget deficits and we have 5411. the Port Authority will be putting more focus on incurred $656,000 in reductions – we made these Don Hutchins, President of the Chamber entrepreneurs with advice, business planning and reductions in January 2009 and re-evaluated of Commerce board, closed the meeting by other help as needed in 2010. Justice explained mid-year with another $276,000 in reductions. thanking everyone in attendance and expressing that the increased focus on existing businesses The county budget has been reduced by almost that, “As you have heard today, there is truly is necessary because 85% of new jobs originate 1 million dollars. We eliminated some things a lot of synergy between our city and county that are not mandated and that were painful. We officials and we expect that to grow even more with existing business. Coshocton County CVB Director Belinda also eliminated 2 and one half positions in the in 2010!”




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January 15th, 1950 Conesville Vikings nailed 10th straight win of the season to Radnor in Delaware on January 14th, 1950 under coach Herb Stoll. The score was 56-37. Radnor had only lost three games that season, two of which were to Conesville. Lanky Harold Moyer and Bob McDonald controlled rebounds off the backboard for Conesville with Moyer scoring 13 points for the Vikings. Don Albert scored 12 points and Tommy Mitchell scored 11 for the team. McDonald scored 10 points for Conesville to help claim their victory over Radnor. classified hotline 622-4ADS

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January 17th, 1960 WTNS began broadcasting over its new antenna system located near Canal Lewisville, according to Bruce Wallace, president of Coshocton Broadcasting Company. The new facility replaced the antenna system in Roscoe, which had been in use since the station began in 1947. This former site had been sold to Ebony Coal Co who stripped the area for coal. Wallace said the new location will provide better conductivity for radio signals. The new antenna is the same height as the old one, but ground elevation at the new site is 750 feet above sea level compared to 1100 feet at the old site. The tower was purchased from Stainless Inc. in Philadelphia, PA. and was erected by Marshall Jacobs in Coshocton.


January 18th, 1970 The Coshocton Shrine Club donated $4,000 to the Aladdin Temple Crippled Children’s Hospital Fund, thanks to those who attended the Shrinabration the past July 4th at the Coshocton County Fair. A check was presented to Gordon Y. Boyd, potentate for the Shrine at Columbus by Ted Manson, retiring president of the club. The Coshocton Shrine Club scored first among the 42 Shrine Clubs in Ohio as the biggest contributor to the hospital fund.

Coshocton Christian Tabernacle Upwards Basketball Cheer Squads Cheer Squad Front row left

to right; Starley Jacobs, Emily Williams, Skyley Jacobs. Middle row, left to right; Madie Hebron, Haley Frank, Alyssa Clark, Meagan Magee. Back row, left to right; Kailee Harris, Karissa Uhlig, Ashley VanSickle. Cheer Advisors (Left) Ashley Krebs (Right) Katie McCarthy Photo con-

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Cheer Squad Front row left to right; Leesay Baker, Alana Shroyer, Faith Troyer, Alexis Diaz, Kaylee Garrett. Back row left to right; Katelin Morgan, MacKenzie Jennings, Caitlin Durr, Jolynn Diaz. Cheer Advisors are Tana Wahl and Sabrina Morgan. Photo contributed to The Beacon by Lisa Wilson and Lisa Killian of “Take A Shot Photography”


January 13th, 1980 The Village of West Lafayette gathered at Andy’s Restaurant to honor the newly retired Chief of Police, Jerry Graham. He retired on January 1, 1980 after 20 years of service on the police department. More than 60 guests attended the event including West Lafayette Village Officials, representatives of the Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police, Ohio 94th District Representative and James Ross, several representatives of local law enforcement agencies, and many friends. Graham received many gifts including a 35 mm camera from the Master of Ceremonies, Mayor James Griffith. Graham wanted to travel to Alaska after retiring to chase grizzly bears, moose and salmon. All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.

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s we enter into 2010, I would like to send a very big and heartfelt “Thank You” to everyone who helped with the Community Food Pantry and the Community Outreach Dinners in 2009. You have sacrificed your time, energy, and money, showing your love and concern for our community. You volunteered your time to work, cook, bake, pack grocery bags, push grocery carts in all sorts of weather to peoples cars, unload trucks, serve people, donate food and financial gifts, and anything else you were asked to do to help our community. I thank all the Pastors who allowed offerings and food drives for the Pantry to take place in their churches, God Bless each of you! Thank you to local businesses and schools who helped including the VFW’s, American Legion, Am Vets, Kraft foods, and Annin Flag Company, as well as many private individuals. We could not have accomplished as much without the help of each and every one of you. May God’s very best always be yours. For the Community Outreach Dinner on Thanksgiving Day, we delivered 407 meals and fed 155 people in the church including some of our help. For the Christmas Dinner, we delivered 462 meals and including some of our help served 170 meals here in the church. There were a total of 82 turkeys and 15 hams cooked for the meals. There were very few leftovers from either of our dinners. We are currently serving over 700 people through the Food Pantry at this time. We purchased and gave out 218,481 pounds of food, which we purchased from the Mid-Ohio Foodbank for the Food Pantry in 2009 at a cost of $39,037.00. Our food costs held steady compared to last year for two reasons: 1) Due to the high unemployment rate in Coshocton County, we were able to purchase some of the food items for half price and 2) Mid-Ohio Foodbank in Columbus was given a generous donation to be used to help defray the cost of food purchased by New Life Ministries Community Food Pantry. We are thanking God and the Longaberger Foundation for this. We also distributed food from food drives, as well as around five thousand pounds of deer from the FHFH (Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry), and 78,229 pounds of fresh produce received at no cost to us. We are thankful for the Feeding America Program and Wal-Mart and our local Wal-Mart Store through which we received 20,333 pounds of food items consisting of dry goods, bakery, meat, produce, dairy, and deli items. We are doing the very best we can with what we have been given to help people. I had to stand in line at the grocery store the other day and felt impatient, I felt as though people were looking at me and I did not like it. I thought that is how the Food Pantry people must feel standing in line in the rain, cold, heat, and snow and that everyone driving by was looking at them. It is humiliating for many who have to come to a Food Pantry, but their backs are against the wall and they have to endure whatever to get food for themselves and their families. Pray for us and them, and thank you for caring. Sincerely,

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extremely pleased with the program and the positive Christian message it sends to the youth in our community. The Coshocton County Beacon is proud to be able to publish these team and cheerleading squad photos and wishes to express our appreciation to Lisa Wilson and Lisa Killian of Take A Shot Photography for allowing us to publish these photos. They can be contacted via email at: or phone 330464-2910 or 330-224-1856. Thank you Ladies!



Upwards Basketball is the world’s largest Christian sports program for children and was created with a vision to provide the best sports experience possible for every child. Upward aims to bring out “the winner” in every child – regardless of the game’s score. You can find out more about Upward and their programs on the official website, located at This is the second year of Upwards Basketball at Coshocton Christian Tabernacle and according to coordinator Steve Mason, the program more than doubled this year. Mason said that he is

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Front row left to right; Brianna Yonley, Mason Varns, Natalie The Bulldogs Front row left to right; Michah Daniel, Gavin Donnell. Back row Mickley. Back row left to right; Coach Lisa Berry, Bailey Long, Adam Matusik, Lo- left to right; Steph Hampton, John Blevans, Jack Sorrell. Coach Chuck Donnell. gan Shroyer and Lori Varns. Photo contributed to The Beacon by Photo contributed to The Beacon by Lisa Wilson and Lisa Kil-

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Front row left to right; Joey Finton, Ethan VanSickle, Zach the Jazz Front row left to right; Marcus Leindecker, Jace Tidrick, Cayden CoffMacDonald, Tucker Mounts. Back row left to right; Cale Roberts, Karlie Lahna, man, Tanner Finton. Middle row left to right; Carson Coffman, Montanna Markley, Shayna Boyer. Coaches are Nikki Markel and Dane Albertson. Photo con- Carter Coffman. Back row left to right; Coaches Greg Coffman and Thad Coffman.

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Front row left to right; Kole Hamilton, David Hochstetler, Allison Back row left to right; Coach Andy Loos, Chase Griffith, Sydney Zinkon, Josh Loos Williams, Jadin Treat, Quinton Graham, Jarrett Brenneman, Jayce Cabot, Garrett and Coach Tony Griffith. Photo contributed to The Beacon by Lisa Borrman, Hunter Hamilton. Back row Coaches Heather and Kyle Hamilton. Pho-

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Front left to right; Emilie Wesney, Brennan McClain, Malachi Loos, the aces Front row left to right; Ella Bible, Logan George, William Bullock. Back Kassidy Lahna. Middle row left to right; Peighton Gore, Katie Lahna, Sydney row left to right; Bella Justice, Kennedy Wright, Jordan Walters, Andrew Ireland. Ringenberg, Meredith Stamper. Back row left to right; Coach Mindy Kohman and Coaches Tina and Kevin Bullock. Photo contributed to The Beacon by Coach Mike Kohman. Photo contributed to The Beacon by Lisa Lisa Wilson and Lisa Killian of “Take A Shot Photography”

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The Rainbow Child Care Center in Coshocton is looking for a new partner to bring in more revenue to help them stay open to the community. But because of loss of state funding, the Rainbow Child Care Center that has been in the community for over twenty years, will be closing their doors on January 31. The Center is currently down from three infant/toddler classrooms to two. Staff hours have been cut in an attempt to keep the Center afloat, but to no avail. The Headstart program will remain under a new federal grant and will provide classes next month. “We want to thank the community and the families for their support,” said Rainbow Director, Amanda Armstrong, “Rainbow has been a part of this community for twenty plus years now. It’s going to be hard on the community and the staff to see this go.”

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Pictured are Cassie Hardesty, intern for The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County, Jessie Tubbs of The Mentoring Center and Laurie Stephan of Club Scion. Tubbs is displaying one of the nearly 100 formal and prom dresses available at very reasonable prices. The next opportunity to shop for a dress will be on Saturday, February 13 and Saturday, March 13 from 10 am to 4 pm. You can contact Tubbs for more information at 740-610-7433. Beacon photo by Mark for-

tune The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County and Club Scion have partnered to provide young women in our community with the opportunity to purchase a slightly worn – or even brand new – prom or formal dress at bargain prices. You can visit The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County on Main Street to shop for a dress the second Saturday of each month until prom season. This means that you can visit them on February 13 and March 13 from 10 am until 4 pm. With around 100 dresses to choose from, 20 pieces of jewelry, purses and even shoes, you can walk away feeling – and looking – like a queen. Jessie Tubbs said, “We have our own fitting rooms and the dresses range from $25 to $200 with most prices being negotiable. These dresses are here on consignment and we even have a couple of dresses that could be used for a wedding dress”. Tubbs also added her appreciation to Golden’s for the use of a dress rack. Laurie Stephan of Club Scion commented, “This is an opportunity to help the young people in our community with something that is a rite of passage – and especially considering the current economic times . . . some of these dresses have only been worn once – or even not at all. This is a win-win situation for everyone”. Tubbs stated that the consignment fees will go to help fund events for The Mentoring Center and scholarships that Club Scion gives away each year at Ridgewood High School. You can contact Jessie Tubbs for more information at 740610-7433. The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County (formerly Big Brothers / Big Sisters of Coshocton County) is located on Main Street at 441 Main Street in Coshocton.

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For over 20 years, St. Andrew’s A.M.E Church has been hosting the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration. This year, the event will be Sunday, Jan. 17 at 3 p.m. The church is located at 1320 S 6th St and parking is available across the street in Wiley Lot. The special speaker will be Rev. Dr. LaTaunya Bynum, Associate Regional Pastor of Christian Church of Ohio, Disciples of Christ. Following the service, refreshments will be provided. The public is invited to join in this celebration.

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Retirement) • Cash assistance from Job and Family Services • Veterans Benefits records • Parent and Student bank statements • Your current business and investment mortgage information, business and farm records, stocks, bonds and other investment records • Selective Service Numbers (Boys 18 and over) • A list of schools you want financial aid information sent to Having these at hand will assist you in completing and filing the FAFSA and getting back financial aid packages from the schools more quickly. Colleges have a FAFSA deadline, which you need to be aware of. Visit their website or call Brian Crilow, Advisor, Coshocton C.A.R.E.S., College Access Program at 740502-6345 for more information.

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Coshocton C.A.R.E.S will conduct a FAFSA Assistance Night on Monday, Feb. 8 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the Coshocton High School in the 3rd floor computer labs to assist parents and students in filing their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) information online for the 2010-11 school year. You will need record of any income earned by the parent and the student in 2009. Please bring the following to the workshop to assist in completing the FAFSA that night: Parent and student FAFSA PIN numbers. Both the parent and the student will need a PIN number to sign application electronically. Obtain these ahead of time by visiting the FAFSA website at • Your driver’s licenses • Parent and student 2009 W-2 Forms and any records of money earned • Parent and student IRS 1040, 1040A, or 1040EZ Tax Returns. This does not mean they have to have been submitted yet, just filled out. • Your 2009 untaxed income records • Social Security (SSI, Disability,

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Every minute of every day, someone needs blood. That blood can only come from a volunteer donor, a person like you who makes the choice to donate. There is no substitute for your donation. When you make a blood donation, you join a very select group. Currently only 3 out of every 100 people in America donate blood. From its beginning, the American Red Cross has formed a community of service, of generous, strong and decent people bound by beliefs beyond themselves. The American Red Cross blood donor embodies this principle. Please join us in our mission to maintain a safe and stable blood supply by making your appointment to donate blood today.

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Front row left to right; Zachary Jennings, Koleten the golden waves Front row left to right; Jake Bosely, Anthony Morgan. Smith, Lucas Casey. Back row left to right; Cody Ramsey, Jaelyn McGee, Aleech Back row left to right; Jacklin Morgan, Connor Kunze, Jarrett Durr. Coach Tony Cabot. Coach Dale Jennings. Photo contributed to The Beacon by Morgan. Photo contributed to The Beacon by Lisa Wilson and

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row, left to right; Lane Wahl, Gannon Unger, Chase Wilson. Back row left to right; Middle row left to right, Levi Kilpatrick, Austin Ellis, Isaac Egbert, John Brem. Back Coaches Robert Wilson and Randy Jacobs. Photo contributed to The row, left to right Coach Randy Jacobs and Coach Cathy Egbert. Photo con-

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At the Library Thursday, January 14, 21, 28: Winter Chi. Coshocton Public Library Reduce Stress ~ Increase Energy ~ Find comfort in your body with gentle movements inspired by Tai Chi and poetry. Noon – 1 p.m. Tuesday, January 19, 26: Preschool Story Time. West Lafayette Branch Library. Children, ages 3-5, are invited to preschool story time. Enjoy stories, finger plays, and songs with your story-time friends. Registration is requested by calling the Branch at 545-6672. 11:30 a.m. Noon Tuesday, January 19, 26: Evening Preschool Story Time. Coshocton Public Library Children, ages 3-5, are invited to preschool story time in the large meeting room. Come and enjoy stories, songs, crafts with your story time friends. Register by calling the library. 6:30 - 7 p.m. Wednesday, January 20, 27: Preschool Story Time. Coshocton Public Library Children, 3-5 years old, are invited to preschool story time. Enjoy stories, finger plays, and songs with your story time friends. Register by calling 622-0956. 10:30 - 11 a.m. Wednesday, January 20, 27: Plugged and Unplugged. Coshocton Public Library. Teens are invited to the Library for online and traditional gaming. Board Games, Video Games,

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Warsaw Business Parents express appreciation, request no Association presents more cards for son You may recall an article in the December 16 legitimate but as of December 15, 2009, Nate’s check edition of The Coshocton County Beacon, parents, Dode McVey and Todd Elfrink, have titled, “Young boy with brain tumor wants Christmas cards”. The article appeared on page 11 and had a request from 7 and a half year old Nate Elfrink of West Jefferson, Ohio. He was requesting one million cards for Christmas! The Beacon, through someone in our community, has learned of a valuable website that provides updates on these circulating email requests. You can use this web resource to confirm if a particular request is legitimate and also to search out current information. The website is located at The situation about Nate is

requested that no more cards be sent. They appreciate the thousands of cards they received, but the amount has become too much for them to handle. The family asks that instead of sending Christmas cards, consider making a donation in Nate’s name to help other children. They recommended St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital or the Hospice Program at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Both have provided Nate with care in the past. For more information on Nate Elfrink, visit

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Many people feel some post-Christmas “blues.” For some people it’s unavoidable, some people catch a severe case of the blues while other people just go on as usual. We may feel a little blue after Christmas but we’re doing ourselves in. Many things contribute to the post-Christmas blues; absence of family, going back to work and school, didn’t get what I wanted, remorse, and just plain missing the action of Christmas. After-Christmas blues can’t be totally “beat” but they can be less blue. Get Off the “High”: Many people keep the shopping and spending going too long. It’s like a drug. You need to go “cold turkey” and move

on. Look Forward to Something Else: Set your sights on the next big event; Super Bowl Party, Valentine’s Day, that Spring Break ski or beach trip or whatever. Plan now for those things and put away some cash. You’ll feel better. Keep Helping Other People: Nothing is better for your blues and for other people than helping other people. Christmas is over but the giving should only be just starting. Do something nice for someone every day. Give the trash guy a few extra bucks for hauling away all that Christmas garbage, give bigger tips to restaurant servers, and give a flower to the grocery store check-out lady and other things like that. Make A Plan For Next Christmas: Take out a notebook and start planning for next Christmas. Evaluate what went right this year and what went wrong. Plan to do better next year.

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Estate of Ronald J Richcreek to Timothy R Helmick and Melissa D Helmick; $224,920 12/31 Mona K Jensen and Mary Katrina Walker to Mona K Jensen and Darryl James Jensen; $45,000 Linda French to Todd D Helmick; $53,000 Coshocton County Regional Airport Authority to Scot C Finlay; $5,500 Coshocton County Regional Airport Authority to Troy R Balo and Tricia Balo; $5,500 1/4 John C G Seitz and Jodie L Seitz to Nicholas Wilson Belt; $84,000 Clyde Franklin to Warren Wegener and Kelly Wegener; $3,092.27 1/6 LFP13 LLC to Wiley Organics Inc; $61,250 3FMS of Coshocton, LLC to William E Mullett and Dianna R Mullett; $69,000 Joseph N Guilliams and Della Biller to Craibo Properties, LLC; $2650.00 1/7 The Home Loans Savings and Bank to Shawn J Dostie; $34,500 Larry S Wise and Marjorie Wise to Shawn J Dostie; $80,000 Diane Jones and H Gene Jones to Brian L Bassett; $49,500 Sandra L Ungurean to Larry G Emerson; $19,000 Arthur E D’Ostroph to Jeffery A Greenwalt; $52,500

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Texas Hold’Em Poker Tournament sponsored by the Warsaw Business Association, a qualified 501C(3) Charitable Organization will be at Bethlehem Grange Hall on US Route 36. Friday, Jan. 29 with doors opening at 5 p.m. Tournament starts at 6:30 p.m. Cost is $30 for 10,000 in chips. Saturday, Jan. 30 with doors opening at 11 a.m. and Noon Tournament cost is $30. At 7 p.m. is a 3 person Marriages: Joseph Adam White of Fresno to Jennifer D Moorehead of team tournament for $90. Cash tables available all day and food served all day. Fresno John Glenn Urey Sr of Coshocton to Lana Dionne Marek of School Events Coshocton David Jason Mossman of West Lafayette to Misty Dawn Nolan of The Annual Central Elementary PTO Chili Supper & book Fair will be on Tuesday, Feb. 2, from 5 - 7 p.m. at the school. Please West Lafayette Eric David Allen of Coshocton to Melissa Dawn Wolfe of enter through the 8th street doors. The menu will include chili, applesauce, dessert and Pepsi products. Chicken sandwiches and Coshocton hot dogs will also be offered and all items are available for takeout. The cost is $5 for adults and $3 for children and a donation for Land Transfers children under the age of 3. Advanced tickets sales will be offered 12/30 Conrad D and Lois A Miller to William S Daugherty Sr and Mary for $4 for adults and $2 for children ages 3 - 17. Contact Denise Johnson at Central Elementary at 622-5514 or Jodi Maziar at Ellen Daugherty; $54,000 294-2247. Along with the Chili Supper, the PTO is sponsoring a Victor W and William L Dickerson to Martha Babcock; $14,000 Scholastic Book Fair. The book fair will be open all week during Carl D Stein to Michael Gene Barr; $17,688.90 Carolyn A Geog to Andrew E O’Dell and Jennifer A O’Dell; school, with special hours of 5 - 7p.m. during the Chili Supper. Everyone is welcome. $15,000

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Coshocton Common Pleas Court – Divorces/Dissolutions Divorces Granted: Aaron A Bynum of Coshocton from Claudia Bynum of St. Paul, MN Michael W Hunt of Warsaw from Jessica H Hunt of Warsaw Angela Marie Dahl of Coshocton from William Eugene Dahl of Hinesville, GA Deana Woodcock of Coshocton from Steven Woodcock of Orange, TX

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and Jacob Bresciani at 160 pounds were both crowned champions in their respective weight classes. River View head wrestling coach Devin Klein told The Beacon, “We have a fairly young team this year but when everyone gets healthy we will be pretty good. Right now we’re getting the basics down. This is a good tournament to get ready for the “Top Gun’ next weekend. Pin ‘em River View 112 pound sophomore wrestler Brody Scherer subdues his Some of the River opponent in an early match at the Stitchco Tournament held Saturday, Jan. 9 at View wrestlers to Coshocton High School. Scherer commented following the match that he was, watch this season “looking forward to returning to state this year”. Photo contributed to The Beacon include sophomore Brody Scherer in the Eggan, who is in his fourth year of a second tour 112 pound class, Ian Kelton, a junior at 189 for the Generals, had this to say about his squad. pounds and David Rice, a senior and returning “We were able to bring a full team this time state qualifier in the 215 weight class.” Kelton around – we have a lot of first time wrestlers. was the local wrestler who earned a championship With football going late with the playoffs and on Saturday by pinning Redskin rival Layton some late season football injuries that some of Graves. our kids had, I see this tournament as a starting Ridgewood head wrestling coach Dan point for us. We were healthy at weigh in and


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Coshocton High School was the site for the one day Stitchco Wrestling Invitational that saw three area wrestlers earns championships. The event is normally held on a Friday and Saturday but a somewhat abbreviated version was held all day Saturday. Coach Brian Baughman of the Redskins said, “We have a pretty good mix of veterans and young kids. Our lineup is pretty solid but we got off to a slow start with the football playoffs. We’re improving every match – we have some young guys with a lot of potential.” Coach Baughman said some of the wrestlers to watch this year include, junior Zack Cantrell at 119 for the Stitchco meet, freshman Matt Gadfield at 130, who has a lot of potential and is continuing to show improvement, senior Layton Graves who wrestles at 189, Mason Ruby a sophomore who is solid at 135, Jacob Bresciani, a sophomore at 160 who is pretty good and Kevin Lepley, a senior and a pretty tough kid”. For the Redskins, Zack Cantrell at 119 pounds

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ready to go. Our inexperience is hurting – but our kids are learning. The one day format gives our young kids less experience but we will deal with that like everyone else here. Some of our kids to watch are senior Mark Hale in the 215 weight, sophomore Jake Ziegler at 152 and is coming off of a broken hand from football, Nathan Anderson, who is a 160 pound senior and Jake Conrad at 171 pounds. Someone that we have high hopes for is junior Jarod Conrad, at 145 pounds. He’s done well so far this season and we’re hoping he’ll have a breakout year. He is kind of our “go to” guy this season”. All three area wrestling coaches expressed their appreciation for the tournament and are looking forward to a good season from their wrestlers.









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