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number of babies aborted during an 8-hour work day was down from 1,225 to 1,088. “Minds are being changed when it comes to abortion and babies are being saved,” said Dunfee, a pastor at New Beginning’s Ministry of Warsaw. The church hosted its annual memorial service for babies given up to abortion at the Civic Center on Jan. 20. The service began with Sheldon Mencer singing “Only God Knows,“ and continued with presentations by Richard Treat, founder of Higher Call Ministry and Dunfee. The lot next to the Civic Center also contained a flag display showing the number of babies lost to abortion in an eight hour work day. Treat shared that a high percentage of women who have an abortion claim some type of religious affiliation and that the number one reason they have an abortion is for social reasons. “They just don’t want a child or feel it’s an inconvenience,” he said. Treat believes this attitude can be changed if people take a stand. “If you can believe all things are possible,” he said. People in Ohio also have the opportunity to help end abortion by getting behind the Personhood Amendment. “Life begins at conception,” Dunfee said.

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JOSIE McCORMICK Marilyn Fuller is passionate about the Pink Ladies Auxiliary at Coshocton County Memorial Hospital. She choked back tears as she read the 2011 report to her fellow Pink Ladies during the organizations Jan. 23 meeting. “We do a lot for the hospital,” said Fuller who served as president of the organization in 2011. “We gave out over $19,000 last year.” The Pink Ladies contributed money to remodeling the second floor waiting room, to dietary, the laboratory, CCMH Lifeline and to several projects outside of the hospital. The group also gave out 291 baby shirts and donated around 250 blankets. The volunteers also worked a total of 7,038 hours last year. “To each Pink Lady I say thank you for a job well done,” Fuller said. Fuller has volunteered with the Pink Ladies since 2004. “This is a great group of ladies and we are looking for more volunteers all of the time,” she said. At the recent meeting, Fuller also passed her president’s role on to Ruth Lahna. “We all work well with each other and I’m looking forward to our fundraisers,” she said. Theresa Garrett led the installation ceremony and the officers were handed a pink carnation by Becky Shroyer, volunteer coordinator at the hospital. Other officers installed were: Sharon Woods, assistant treasurer, Ruth Marquand, treasurer, Nancy Nagel, vice president, Dorothy Warren, recording secretary, Imogene Wilson, corresponding secretary. “You aren’t required to do umpteen hours to be a full time member, but once you get in you will see you like it and want to do more,” Warren said. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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A bit of snow always you read or hear about a seems to provide a bit local effort to keep our of wintertime inspiration very own lady of the and motivation for me. seas operating, consider I must admit, though, as jumping on board. The I age, it is not nearly as job you save could be much fun as days gone by your own. when we flew down the This edition of The hills on our store bought Beacon contains our sleds and homemade first “Wedding Planner” toboggans that we section. I hope you find it fashioned from a piece an enjoyable read and the MARK FORTUNE of old steel barn roofing. information useful if you That worked really well. Dangerous? are in the midst of planning a wedding. Of course. But we didn’t really think If you’re not, you might enjoy looking about it much. We were busy having through it from the perspective of fun. realizing what our community has to Watched any good movies lately? offer in this arena. While we were not Take the family to see “War Horse”, a able to capture comments from every feel good story set amidst the backdrop business that caters to this segment of World War I. The war scenes are of the population, I hope that we somewhat gritty but not anything did, at least, provide our readers and close to “Saving Private Ryan”. It’s community with pertinent information. a positive story of grit, determination I am proud of the effort our team put and courage. Although the pace of the forth to make this section happen and movie drags a bit here and there, it’s a am grateful to those that participated typical Spielberg film, with twists and through their advertising support and turns where you don’t expect them. those that talked to our news team. A recently released movie to see is Thank you. Please email me any “Courageous”, a positive uplifting suggestions for next year, mark@ story about the challenges and trials coshoctoncountybeacon.com. that people face on a daily basis and I firmly believe that our how they overcome them through faith. community is poised on the brink of Our community needs to get tremendous opportunity. The Utica behind any and all efforts to keep the Shale can provide so very much with Canal Boat operating this year. While jobs, dollars invested with mineral it may not be something that you’ve leases and dollars spent by workers in ever ridden as a local, tourists come to restaurants, housing, shops, businesses our community to step back in time in and more. We do need to move forward Roscoe Village, enjoy our golf courses, with some caution. Regardless of which hunt our woods and meadows, dine in side of this you are on, one thing is for our restaurants, shop in our stores, stay certain; the impact on our community in our motels and much more. These will be long-term. Do some research, same tourists can enjoy the leisurely ask questions of the right people and pace and tranquility of the Canal Boat gain knowledge before you yourself ride as they watch the slow ripples of proceed. Asking Uncle Billy or your water makes their way to shore. Tourists neighbor might be okay for advice on bring dollars. Dollars create jobs. Jobs baking cookies or how to cook your are what we need. The unemployment Thanksgiving turkey in a garbage can, rate is falling because many have but this is just a tad more important. “suspended” their job search. When

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Conesville Elementary has released its honor and merit rolls for the second quarter. The following students have received all A’s for the second quarter: Third Grade: Jessica Brooks, Timothy Durben, Melanie Giffin, Stacia Hatfield, Brayden Karr, Luke Massie, Cruz Parks, Austin Philabaum, Dylan Pierce, Brenna Udder, Haley Frank, Drew Ireland, Brady Philabaum, and Chance Wagner; Fourth Grade: Lindsay Ashcraft, Stephanie Gunn, Henry Hall, Stephanie Hampton, Kevin Jenkins, Jacob Mitchell, Kaden Poorman, Phebe Ross, Logan Slade, Peyton Tahyi, Janessa Albertson, Breanna Davis, Dylan Foster, Olivia Gonter, Cameron Hawthorne, Zach Howell, MaKenzie Hutchinson, Karlie Lahna, Jaelyn McGee, Brendan Shrimplin, Dakota Williamson, and Chase Wilson; Fifth Grade: Shayla Courtright, Brianna Cox, Megan Magee, Kaitlyn Thompson, Chase Courtright, and Alyssa Thomas. Sixth Grade: Luke Brown, Austin Hill, Mackenzie Huff, Alexis Wright, Nick Gunn, Kelsey Newell, Hannah Poorman, and Nick Tahyi. The following students have been named to the honor roll: Third Grade: Brice Cross, Roy Hall, Jenny Roderick, Collier Snow, Dilyn Tumblin, Cameron Conrad, Kaitlyn Hammons, Haley McCoy, Michael Vansickle, and Adyson Wright; Fourth Grade: Jacy Collins, Jada Duerson, Bianca

Roberson, Brice Starcher, Dakota Strohl, Mallory Aronhalt, Devin Barnett, Anna Conrad, Haley Jordan, Jacob Patterson, Bri Ratliff, Alexis Robison, and Joey Wolfe; Fifth Grade: Nathan Bullock, Colt Eaton, Shaylyn Smailes, Josh Tate, Sydnee Bice, Gabe Guilliams, Seth Wright, and Holly Surdyk; Sixth Grade: Eva Cross, Braiden Davis, Carrie Hammond, Devon Reichley, Kassidy Lahna, Gerik Snow, Taylor Stair, Hannah Frank, Mallory Giffin, Lauren Johnson, Xavier Lewis, Allie McCoy, Liz Porteus, Cody Stottlemire. The following students have been named to the merit roll: Third Grade: Caleb Grandstaff, Gavin Monroe, Baylie Powelson, Xavier Carroll, Brayden Cross, David Dovenbarger, Bailey Henderson, and Rayvin Shane; Fourth Grade: Brandan Fry, Gunner Gray, Skyley Jacobs, Starley Jacobs, Joey McCormick, Erica Nutter, Joe Winterringer, Taylor Watson, Riley Banks, Hunter Burke, Montana Seitz, and Vicky Weidger; Fifth Grade: Nate Gano, Teya Grandstaff, R.J. Hammond, Lane Lent, Kailee Harris, Austin Klein, Alexis McCormick, Reece Sharier, Dane Walters, and Dillon West; Sixth Grade: Kelsi Duhammel, Dylan Harsh, Emily Jacobs, Chyann Page, Taylor Silknitter, Morgan Arnold, Zeke Aronhalt, Sierra Brooks, Josh Hamilton, and J.J. McCoy.

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Tourism opportunities are plentiful in Coshocton County and the people who run these establishments want to work together to draw even more travelers to the area. “We need to figure out how to package and promote Coshocton, other counties and even Ohio,” said Tonya Bevins, sales development manager at Raven’s Glenn. “There is so much to do around here. We just need to get the word out.” Jan Myers, director of the Coshocton County Convention & Visitors Bureau brought local tourism establishments together Jan. 18, at Raven’s Glenn to discuss ideas to draw more group tours and individual travelers to the area. “We need to ask our guests how they found out about us and where they are coming from,” Myers said. “If you already have that information share it with us so we can find out what is working.” An attraction that Myers shared information about was the canal boat. “As of right now it is not going to run because the park levy didn’t pass this fall,” she said. “That could really affect Roscoe Village groups. I’m not giving up though. Hopefully something will work out.” One alternative for groups is touring Annin & Co. “We try to be open and available to any tour that comes in as long as we know you are coming and the number of people that will be in your group at least the week before,” said Rick Merrell, general manager at Annin & Co. He asked that group tours go through the Convention and Visitors Bureau or Roscoe Village to set a date. “We would love to have you come through the plant,” Merrell said. “We are very proud of

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PHOTO BY JOSIE McCORMICK Bloom Towns and Cities” also is available for sale at The Good News Book Store. A bookmark highlighting the pages Coshocton is mentioned on also has been made along with plans for the community to participate in this year’s contest. In 2011 America in Bloom awarded Coshocton a 3 Bloom rating, special mention for Historic Preservation and nominated them in the Community Involvement category. Coshocton also won the America in Bloom YouTube contest and Best Community Garden. One thing that really caught the judges’ attention in 2011 was hanging baskets located throughout town. “Expect more and bigger baskets this year,” Freund said. Sixty baskets were hung in 2011 and this year plans are being made to increase the number to 100. “They are going to be larger and have more flowers,” Freund said. “The baskets also are going to be self watering so it’s not as chancy for them to make it through the hot summer days.” The flowers in the baskets will fit the organizations theme for the community, “Some like it Hot.” “They will be bright, tropical, warm colors,” Freund said. Plans also are being made for a tree academy to help improve Coshocton’s Urban Forestry rating, continue to work on heritage preservation, participate in a community cleanup day and expand the community garden. Coshocton is Blooming also will soon have a website up and running at www. coshoctonisblooming.org. “It’s pretty neat and will be a resource for the whole community,” Freund said. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM


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It is a privilege to present the State of the Village of Warsaw address for the year 2011. I am honored to have served over these past years as your mayor and look forward to the next four years with great expectation for the future of our village. Looking back to 2011 I must say I have mixed emotions; some disappointments, yet many encouragements. Disappointed that state and local funding has been cut, yet encouraged that we have finished once again in the black and will be able to conduct the business of the Village with wise stewardship of our funds. Disappointed that the sale of liquor was voted in this past fall and for the first time in years we will have a bar operating within the Village of Warsaw. However encouraged that we will be able to maintain the moral values that Warsaw has long been associated with. Disappointed that the Village of Warsaw is no longer a separate precinct, but a part of a large precinct which proved to be detrimental in the fall voting where the liquor license was passed. This allowed the entire precinct, made up of New Castle Township, Jefferson Township, Nellie as well as Warsaw to make liquor sales available in our village. Encouraged that with the help of our local election board, our State Representative and Senator this can be someday changed. Disappointed that the Park Levy failed but encouraged that the River View Park is strong and with the support of the people of Warsaw and surrounding area, it remains a very inviting place for people of all ages. The encouragements outweigh the disappointments. Encouraged by the sale of the old museum, post office building, which is now the location for a new business. Encouraged to see the new museum now located in the old hotel. This took lots of hard work, but we now have a great attraction which will bring many people into the village. Encouraged with the improvements of the landscaping of the village square. lt looks great and much more usable. I am so grateful to have had the support of a very dedicated and committed council during 2011. Each member is concerned for the betterment of the village and works hard in representing the residents of Warsaw. Our Fiscal Officer has kept the village financially stable. Her monthly reports have enabled the council and committees to operate all of the functions of the government with valuable data. Our clerk has carried out his responsibilities very well. The chairpersons of the park, recreation and cemetery boards have done a good job again this year and kept us aware of the needs and accomplishments. They have worked hard and these areas of the village are valuable assets. It is encouraging to observe the expertise and money saving actions of our Village

administrator. He and the employees have once again saved the village thousands of dollars. Our water, sewer and street departments have been very successful in carrying out the functions that are necessary to operate these areas. I mentioned that we finished again this year financially in the black. Our Fiscal Officer reports our 2011 year budget was set at $898,407. This year we have increased it to $940,332. Our receipts for 2011 were $495,562 and expenditures of $449,969. I am not going to bore you with a lot of figures but am happy for what we’ve accomplished financially. However, we do face some future decisions which cause us to begin 2012 watching closely our financial status. There is always the need to update our computer system. The fact that our vehicles are getting older and equipment of both the water and sewer plant needs proper care means we must work hard this year to be good stewards with the funding. I thank all those who helped make 2011 successful. Now as we face 2012, I ask that we as a Village will continue to think positive about our community; to go forward expecting good things to take place within the village. As mayor I desire, as I have stated every year, to represent the Village of Warsaw with integrity, wisdom and a positive attitude. I continue to believe and work for new businesses and jobs for the village. I call upon the council, boards, committees, departments, businesses and residents of the Village of Warsaw to be in unity and work together for the betterment of all. Thank you and may God bless you and the Village of Warsaw.

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Scout News

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January 31st, 1952 Mad Marshall Jacobs had been sitting atop a flagpole with an electric blanket, a canvas, and a radio, all for the March of Dimes of Coshocton. The daredevil said he would not come down from his 145 foot perch until at least $5,000 had been raised for the March of Dimes in an effort to cure polio. Jacobs had commented that he was cold and lonely, but was undaunted by the pelting rain and freezing cold. Fred Bontrager, chairman of the local drive, said that $3,106 had been reached that morning, but hopefully the Mother’s March that night could rescue Jacobs from another night on his tower.

Members of Cub Scout Pack 412, based in Warsaw, held their annual cake auction Sunday afternoon, Jan. 22 at the Walhonding Valley Fire Station. The homemade decorated cakes ranged from chocolate footballs to a football field adorned with green icing, plastic army men, field goal posts with marshmallows and more. Leaders pictured are; David Snyder, Cub Scout Master, Tracy Leigh, Tiger Den Leader and Cindy Orillion, Committee Chair for the pack. Leaders not pictured are; Kim Sapp, Bear Den Leader and Jenny Collins, who serves as treasurer and Wolf Den Leader. BEACON PHOTO BY MARK FORTUNE

Cub Scout Troop 412, based in Warsaw, held its annual cake auction Sunday, Jan. 22, at the Walhonding Valley Fire Station with Tom Roahrig serving as the honorary auctioneer. David Snyder, who serves as the Cub Scout Master of the troop, said, “This is a fund-raiser for cub day camp, which is held in the summer. The value of this is that the scouts make the cake with their father; it’s a hands on deal where they learn from working with their parents. That is really what cub scouts is about, you work as a

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January 30th, 1972 Sue Guthrie, a senior at River View High School, had been selected as one of the 1,700 high school students to attend the Presidential Classroom for Young Americans in Washington D.C. She spent a full week in our nation’s capital studying American government through 22 academic seminars, seven units of study, numerous question and answer sessions and small group discussions. At the end of the week, a formal banquet was held followed by entertainment at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Arts. The cost for each student was $225 and American schools in other countries also sent representatives.

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January 31st, 1982 A Coshocton family was very lucky to be alive, thanks to a 22-year-old Coshocton resident and a truck driver. Robert, Coshocton resident, was driving home late one night and had stopped at a red light when an unidentified truck driver pounded on his driver side window and pointed to a house where they could see flames coming from the living room. Not sure whether it was from a fireplace or not, both men pounded on the door of the residence and eventually broke into the house, saving three young girls and their father. Both men said they were not afraid and did not consider themselves to be heroes. They just did what needed to be done. The fire had been started by a discarded cigarette.

family and then in the pack. The scouts get to raise money for the campout with this event. This is a great bunch of people to work with and I’m glad to have the opportunity. We have great leaders and parents in our pack.” The cakes were judged and each cake had the opportunity to win one of 15 different category prizes. Nine year old J. T. Roberts, who attends Warsaw Elementary, and baked a yellow “touchdown” cake decorated with chocolate icing and had a football on top, said, “I like football, that’s why I did this one. My mom and dad helped me bake it. I like chocolate.” J. T. also said he enjoyed cub scouts, and enjoys camping out, especially the fishing.” Cub Scout Pack 412 meets at the Warsaw United Methodist Church. MARK@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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PARTICIPANTS Coshocton Business and Professional Women (BPW) held its Individual Development (ID) Competition Jan. 16, at the Coshocton Sportzone. Pictured are Tracey Vlahos, Cristie Merce, Marilyn Lauvray, Mary Mason and Lena Stubbs. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

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Coshocton Foundation 2012 scholarship guidelines are now posted on the Web site, www.coshoctonfoundation.org. Scholarships are available to graduating seniors from Coshocton, River View, Ridgewood, and Tri-Valley High Schools, as well as the Coshocton County Career Center. Scholarships available are listed under each high school’s name. There is one common application, but guidelines for each award list the specific information that must be included with the application. For instance, some scholarships require an essay, a certain GPA or ACT score, etc. A separate application must be submitted for each scholarship being sought. Students should only apply for the awards for which they meet the criteria. Some scholarships are available for home-schooled students, and these are indicated on the Web site as well. In-school students should submit completed applications to the guidance office or other designated area at the school. Home-schooled students should submit applications directly to the Coshocton Foundation, P.O. Box 55, Coshocton 43812. Deadline for completed applications is March 1. Questions should be directed to the guidance office or by calling the Coshocton Foundation at 622-0010.

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Coshocton Business and Professional Women (BPW) held its Individual Development (ID) Competition Jan. 16, at the Coshocton Sportzone. Participants were Mary Mason, Cristie Merce, Lena Stubbs and Tracey Vlahos. Tracey Vlahos was named the 2012 ID local winner and will represent Coshocton BPW at the Region 4 Competition Saturday, Feb. 25 in Newark. Vlahos is the Marketing Director at Primrose Retirement Communities of Zanesville. She is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, NY, and is an AADP Board Certified Health Practitioner. She joined Coshocton BPW in September 2010 and is also a dual member of Zanesville BPW. She completed the Individual Development Course in November 2011. She is married to Athan, and they reside in Coshocton. She has two children, daughter, Fellicia and son, Chasee. Judges for the competition were Maxine Scott, Paula Hathaway and Linda Wiegand, 2011-2012 BPW/OH Recording Secretary. Judging was based on three phases of competition: A five-minute prepared speech, a two-minute impromptu speech and a five-minute interview. The next meeting will be at noon Monday, Feb. 20, at the Coshocton Elks. Coshocton BPW will have a display at the upcoming Coshocton County Career Center (CCCC) Open House from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 16, and will donate door prizes. The BPW/OH Individual Development (ID) and Young Careerist (YC) Competition will be Saturday, April 14, in Columbus. Equal Pay Day activities will be Tuesday, April 17, and the Administrative Professional Luncheon will be held Wednesday, April 25. BPW/OH Conference will be Thursday through Sunday, May 3-6, in Columbus. BPW, founded in 1919, promotes equity for all women in the workplace through advocacy, education and information. BPW is the leading advocate for millions of workingwomen on work-life balance and workplace equity issues. Membership is open to men and women, employed and unemployed. For information contact Liz Herrell at 740294-0199 or at coshoctonbpw@gmail.com.

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PRESENTATION Members of the Coshocton County Vietnam Veterans presented a special plaque to the Zanesville Department of Veterans Affairs Community Based Outreach Clinic Jan. 14, at Jerry’s Restaurant. Pictured left to right are: Robert Dalzell, President of the Vietnam Veterans organization, Doug Dusenberry, who manages the facility in Zanesville, and Dale Foster, who designed the plaque.


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Coshocton County Landowners Group, LLC – Informational meeting – Thursday February 2nd at 6:00pm at the Coshocton County Career Center 23640 Airport Road, Coshocton, OH Rhonda Rita, Executive Director of the Ohio Oil & Gas Energy Education Program (OOGEEP) will be the main speaker discussing the importance of oil & gas education as well as attorney Dick Emens will be discussing the issues & topics important in negotiating an oil & gas lease. Note that Dick will be available before & after the meeting to discuss YOUR lease! CCLG is a locally organized landowners group focusing on forming a group of landowners in Coshocton County to maximize landowner rights, ensure environmentally friendly terms, and earn fair compensation for our gas & oil leases.

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turned over to some younger veterans.” A native of Gallia County, Gibson and his wife Josephine reside in Coshocton. After serving in the U.S. Army, he retired from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in 1982. His last meeting was Jan. 5. Also a resident of Coshocton, Green was appointed by Common Pleas Court Judge Bob Batchelor as mandated by Ohio Revised Code 5901.02. “The primary reason I became interested in the Commission is that it’s a good feeling when I can help people and in a position such as this benefits the veterans,” Green said. “It’s an opportunity to do something worthwhile.” Green served two tours in Vietnam and was in-country during the Tet Offensive. He also spent time in Korea and retired from the U.S. Army after more than 21 years of service. “I just feel honored that I was selected,” Green said. “The country has given me so much; I want to give a little bit back. I look forward to the challenges and the job.” Both men have been active with the Coshocton County Veterans Council Honor Guard. Since becoming a member in 1998, Gibson has attended 447 military funerals while Green has served at 88 since joining the group in 2010. The Veterans Service Commission (formerly known as the Soldiers Relief Commission) was

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Coshocton County Veterans Service Commission has announced the resignation of one of its members and the installment of his replacement. Irwin Gibson, who served on the board for 12 years, stepped down from his position effective when his term expired Jan. 10, and has been replaced by Jerry Green. Both are representatives of the Disabled American Veterans (DAV). “It was enjoyable,” Gibson said of his time with the Commission. “To help those in need is what we’re here for. I just think it should be

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established May 19, 1886, for the purpose of assisting Honorably Discharged Veterans and their minor children, spouses and widows, who have met with an unexpected hardship resulting from lack of employment, illness or injury. The Commission meets the first and third Thursday of each month in the Veterans Service Office conference room, 318 Main St., Courthouse. Each of the 88 Veterans Service Commissions in the State of Ohio has a board of five Commissioners created under the Ohio Revised Code. The Veterans Service Commission is legislated by the State of Ohio and funded by Coshocton County property taxes.


Sheep and Goat WebEx series announced

Cancellation due to inclement weather may also be announced on local radio stations. * Live WebEx Location: o Knox County, Troy Cooper, Knox County Extension, Coordinator, (740) 397-0401 * Site Location: Knox County Career Center, Mt.Vernon * Remote WebEx Locations: o Coshocton County, Tammi Rogers, Coshocton County Extension, (740) 622-2265 * Site Location: Coshocton County Extension Office, Coshocton o Coshocton County, Don Brown, Coordinator, (330) 897-4320 * Site Location: New Bedford TMK Feed Store, Fresno (corner of SR 643 and SR 651) * Attendees must bring their own chairs o Holmes County, Kate Shumaker, Holmes County Extension, Coordinator, (330) 674-3015 * Site Location: Holmes County Extension Office, Millersburg o Muskingum County, Mark Mechling, Muskingum County Extension, Coordinator, (740) 454-0144 * Site Location: Muskingum County Extension Office, Zanesville For detailed information about these Sheep and Goat WebEx Programs and additional sites throughout Ohio, please refer to the Web site www.ohiosheep.org or the OSU Sheep Team Web site at http://sheep.osu.edu/ or the Coshocton County OSU Extension office, coshocton.osu.edu

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a variety of images, from landscapes and animal life to portraits and abstracts. Two children’s art classes will be offered in February and March in conjunction with the exhibit. On Saturday, Feb. 4, children will create an installation piece using umbrellas. For the second class on Saturday, March 3, students will make a piñata. Contact the museum for information. A Playground of Color is sponsored by Dixie Fishbaugh. The Ohio Arts Council also helped fund this event with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans. You won’t want to miss this exhibit, an excellent antidote for the winter blues. It’s a fun experience for both young and old. The Museum is open from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Admission is $3 for adults, $2 for children, and $8 for families. Wednesdays are free for Coshocton County residents. For information, contact JHM at 622-8710, e-mail jhmuseum@jhmuseum.org or visit www. ART SHOW The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum jhmuseum.org. is hosting A Playground of Color, which features elementary school art from Coshocton County. BEACON PHOTO BY JOSIE McCORMICK

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The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is delighted to present A Playground of Color featuring elementary school art from Coshocton County. This community show features nearly 300 works, wonderful expressions of talent, freshness and energy. In its 15th year, this annual exhibit runs from Jan. 22 to April 8, and is also showing concurrently at the Coshocton and West Lafayette Libraries. Artwork for A Playground of Color comes from students in kindergarten through sixth grade who attend elementary and middle schools in Coshocton’s city and county schools as well as from Coshocton Christian School. Works are chosen by the students’ art teachers for their creativity and excellence. The exhibit shows off a remarkable variety of artistic styles and media and includes both two and three-dimensional pieces. Take a walk around the gallery and you’ll understand that these students aren’t just playing with crayons and scissors. They are learning about perspective, patterns, printmaking, Pop Art, and more, using watercolors, pastels, mixed mediacollage, pen and crayon. Their work is very good and, of course, whimsical as they present

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WebEx program series. The WebEx series was developed in response to getting more information to sheep and goat farmers as well as reducing the expenses related to programming due to travel and other cost recovery expenses. “We can conduct these WebEx programs at a much lower cost than sending multiple speakers running across the state of Ohio to speak to our sheep and goat farmers,” said High. The first session, to be Monday Feb. 6 will cover “Lambing and Kidding Management and Newborn Health Issues” presented by Dr. Bill Shulaw, OSU Preventive Veterinary Medicine. The second session, to be Monday Feb. 13 will cover “Internal Parasites”, presented by Rory Lewandowski and Jeff McCutcheon, both OSU Extension Educators with a wide variety of experiences in managing internal parasites in sheep and goats. The third session, to be Monday Feb. 20 will cover “Udder Health and Mastitis”, and will be presented by Dr. Leo Timms, Professor, Iowa State University, who specializes in the ruminant mammary health. The fourth session, to be Monday Feb. 27 will cover “Recognizing, Treating, and Preventing Major Diseases of Sheep and Goats”, presented by Dr. Eric Gordon, OSU Veterinary Medicine, Marysville. Please contact your OSU Extension personnel or the contact in your area to RSVP or with any questions or concerns regarding the program that you are interested in attending, especially in the case of inclement weather.

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In a coordinated effort, the Ohio Sheep Improvement Association and Ohio State University Extension are pleased to sponsor and announce the 2012 Sheep and Goat WebEx Series. The Sheep and Goat WebEx Series will replace the “District” Sheep and Goat Program series which was started in 2001. The 2012 Sheep and Goat WebEx Series will concentrate on Sheep and Goat Health Programs and will be offering a wide variety of health-related topics and speakers in several extension offices across the state of Ohio. In 2012, they will be offering 14 Sheep and Goat WebEx sites, one live site and 13 remote sites which sheep and goat farmers can attend to get updated on sheep and goat health programs. The Sheep and Goat WebEx series will assist sheep and goat farmers become better managers of their operations and provide advice that those interested in entering a growing industry need to succeed. The four session sheep and goat WebEx series can be viewed 7 - 9 p.m. (EST) on Feb. 6, 13, 20, and 27 at various Ohio State University Extension program sites. Check with the Coshocton county extension office to find the location nearest you. “There are a lot of beginner and experienced sheep and goat producers in Ohio, and this WebEx Series will give them information on health related subjects to assist them in being successful with their sheep and goat operations” said Roger A. High, OSU Sheep Extension Program Specialist and coordinator of the

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Coshocton County 4-H is now accepting applications for 4-H Camp Counselors as well as 4-H Adult Volunteers. 4-H Camp is at 4-H Camp Ohio from July 4 – 8. Camp Counselors learn leadership, teamwork, and life skills while leading younger youth in programs such as crafts, outdoor recreation, life studies, nature sessions, indoor recreation, swimming, canoeing, campfire, flags and citizenship, outpost camping, and vespers and candle lighting. Camp Counselors must be fifteen years of age by Jan. 1, 2012 and a high school student

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The Blue Star Mothers group of Coshocton held a brunch fund-raiser at the American Legion Sunday, Jan. 22, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The meal consisted of bacon, eggs, pancakes, sausage and much more! The event was co-hosted by the American Legion. Mike Wright, club manager at the Legion, said, “The American Legion hosts many community events and this event is being held in conjunction with the Blue Star Mothers group of Coshocton. The purpose is to raise money to ship Sonshine boxes out to our troops overseas. We have a program here at the American Legion called Operation Shoebox. Together we’re trying to obtain addresses for our boys and girls overseas and this is one way we’re doing it. The proceeds will all go to the Blue Star Mothers of Coshocton and the American Legion donated everything for the event.” Wright added that the event is important because, “Our boys overseas have to have notification that we at home are backing them 100 percent and we realize that there are a lot of items that they don’t get and through the Blue Star Mothers, through emails and letters we find out what they’re not getting and we make sure that they get them through donations. Claudia Bruening, current president of the

Blue Star Mothers Coshocton County group said, “We’re the ones, the mothers of all these soldiers that are out there serving our country. We don’t want people to forget and being present in this community we want to let everybody know; don’t forget our soldiers no matter who they are. If you don’t have someone in the military, that doesn’t matter, just think about your friends, neighbors, etc. who are out there protecting our country.” We have a great organization, and a great support group. It’s always nice to know that you can talk to someone who knows exactly what you’re going through when your son or daughter is deployed.” To become a member of the Coshocton Blue Star Mothers group, or for information, you can contact Bruening at 740-610-4740. The group holds their meetings the second Monday of every Month at the Church of the Nazarene with meetings starting at 6:30 p.m. and normally ending at 8:00 p.m. Bruening added that her son just returned from Kuwait and Iraq. “I’m very happy to see him

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annual auction of the baked goods to help raise money to make improvements to the art hall. One half of the proceeds went back to the exhibitors and the other half have been used to improve the building. Dan also has been an active supporter of the OFMA, has attended numerous district spring meetings, the annual OFMA Convention, and has contributed to HONOR Dan Markley, center, is pictured with Lara Staples, 2011 Ohio Fair Queen the Ohio Fair Managers and Ohio Department of Agriculture Interim Director Tony M. Forshey, DVM. Association PAC. He PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON has been a discussion member of the West Lafayette Rotary, a member leader at the OFMA Annual Convention the of the West Lafayette Chamber of Commerce, past three years for a Senior Fair Table Topic the Coshocton County Historical Society, chair – “Keeping Your Fair History for Future of the West Lafayette Community Scholarship Generations” with the late Al Rhonemus, Past Program, a 20 year 4-H advisor, key leader OFMA President. for the Coshocton County 4-H photography Dan also researched for a year, edited, projects, chair of the retirees program for the updated, compiled and was responsible for the Retirees of AK Steel, and a member of the West “Coshocton County Fair -150 Years - 1851Lafayette Wood Carvers Club. 2001.” This book was printed as part of the fair’s Sesquicentennial. He is an active member of the West Lafayette First Baptist Church, a 35 year

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She is involved in varsity girls’ golf, varsity girls’ track, T.I., is student council treasurer and is in Coshocton County Youth Leadership and the Smiles Program. Paige also is a lights and sound technician for the drama productions. Her academic endeavors include honor roll and a 3.5 grade point average. Community activities include the West Lafayette United Methodist Church and the youth group, Relay for Life, teen volunteer at Coshocton County Memorial Hospital and a helper at Vacation Bible School. When asked what experience has given her the greatest satisfaction, Paige answered, “The Coshocton Youth Leadership has opened my eyes to be much more appreciative to the many assets of Coshocton County.” She named her friend, Nate McNeal, as the person who has contributed the most to her self-development. Paige Lane, daughter of Randy and Kay Lane, was named the West Lafayette Rotary student of the month for January 2012. Paige, a Ridgewood High School junior, is very involved in numerous school activities.

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Name: The Unknown spouse of Rex Davis Address: P.O. Box 211, Woodsfield, OH 43793 Any person owning or claiming any right, title, or interest in, or lien upon, any parcel of real property above listed may file an answer in such action setting forth the nature and amount of interest owned or claimed an any defence or objection to the foreclosure and forfeiture. such answer shall be filed in the office of the undersigned clerk of the court, and a copy of the answer shall be served on the prosecuting attorney, on or before february 29, 2012. If no answer is filed with respect to a parcel listed in the complaint, on or before the date specified as the last day for filing an answer, a judgment of foreclosure and forfeiture will be taken by default as to that parcel. Any parcel as to which a foreclosure and forfeiture is taken by default shall be sold for the satisfaction of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest, and the costs incurred in the foreclosure and forfeiture proceeding, which are due and unpaid. At any time prior to the filing of an entry of confirmation of sale, any owner or lienholder of, or other person with an interest in, a parcel listed in the complaint may redeem the parcel by tendering to the treasurer the amount of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest due and unpaid on the parcel, together with all costs incurred in the proceeding instituted against the parcel under section 5721.14 of the Revised Code. Upon filing of any entry of confirmation of sale, there shall be no further equity of redemption. After the filing of any such entry, any person claiming any right, title, or interest in, or lien upon, any parcel shall be forever barred and foreclosed of any such right, title, or interest in, lien upon, and any equity of redemption in, such parcel. Janet s. Mosier, Clerk of Coshocton County Court of Common Pleas Coshocton, Ohio answer date february 29, 2012 (Pub: CCB, Jan18,25,Feb1’12) davis_rex2012CI0015

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Name: The unknown spouse of Earl E. Matthews, Jr. Address: 17487 Township Road 276, Coshocton, OH 43812

LegaL Notice iN the commoN pLeas court of coshoctoN couNty, ohio iN the matter of the forecLosure of LieNs for deLiNqueNt LaNd taxes by actioN iN rem, JaNette doNaker treasurer of coshoctoN couNty, ohio Plaintiff vs parceLs of LaNd eNcumbered with deLiNqueNt tax LieNs Defendant case No. 2012 ci 0015, compLaiNt Notice of Foreclosure of Liens for Delinquent Land Taxes, by Action in Rem by County Treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio Public notice is hereby given that on the 11th day of January, 2012, the county treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio, filed a complaint in the Common Pleas Court of Coshocton County, Ohio, at Coshocton, Ohio, for the foreclosure of liens and forfeiture of property for delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against certain real property situated in such county, as described in that complaint. The object of the action is to obtain from the court a judgment foreclosing the tax liens against such real estate, forfeiting the property to the state, and ordering the sale of such real estate for the satisfaction of the tax liens on it. such action is brought against the real property only and no personal judgment shall be entered in it. However, if, pursuant to the action, the property if sold for an amount that is less than the amount of the delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against it, the court, in a separate order, may enter a deficiency judgement against the owner of record of a parcel for the amount of the difference; if that owner of record is a corporation, the court may enter the deficiency judgment against the stockholder holding a majority of that corporation’s stock. The permanent parcel number of each parcel included in such action; the full street address of the parcel, if available; a description of the parcel as set forth in the associated delinquent vacant land tax certificate or master list of delinquent vacant tracts (a complete description of the parcel can be reviewed at the clerk of courts office); a statement of the amount of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, costs and interest due and unpaid on the parcel; the name and address of the last known owner of the parcel as they appear

Name: CitiFinancial, Inc. Address: 1300 E. Ninth st., Cleveland, OH 44114

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on the general tax list; and the names and addresses of each lienholder and other person with an interest in the parcel identified in a statutorily required title search relating to the parcel; all as more fully set forth in the complaint are as follows: exhibit “a” This Exhibit incorporated the use of Coshocton County’s Permanent Parcel Number system in lieu of a complete legal description to each of the following parcels may be obtained in the office of the Recorder of Coshocton County, Ohio in the document or documents found at the Deed Books and page numbers or other volumes cited below. 1) Parcel Number: 003-00000537-18 ADDREss: 19440 C.R. 54, Warsaw, OH 43844 Amount Due: $1,361.30, plus any other amount of taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest due and payable subsequent to the delivery of the Delinquent Land Tax Certificate to the County Prosecuting Attorney plus costs incurred in the foreclosure proceeding. 2) Parcel Number: 003-00000537-05 ADDREss: C.R. 54, Warsaw, OH 43844 Amount Due: $No delinquency, (1/7th Interest), plus any other amount of taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest due and payable subsequent to the delivery of the Delinquent Land Tax Certificate to the County Prosecuting Attorney plus costs incurred in the foreclosure proceeding. Last known owner: Name: Rex Davis Address: P.O. Box 211, Woodsfield, OH 43793 Name and address of each lienholder or other person with an interest in the parcel:

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LegaL Notice iN the commoN pLeas court of coshoctoN couNty, ohio iN the matter of the forecLosure of LieNs for deLiNqueNt LaNd taxes by actioN iN rem, JaNette doNaker treasurer of coshoctoN couNty, ohio Plaintiff vs parceLs of LaNd eNcumbered with deLiNqueNt tax LieNs Defendant case No. 2012 ci 0014, compLaiNt Notice of Foreclosure of Liens for Delinquent Land Taxes, by Action in Rem by County Treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio Public notice is hereby given that on the 11th day of January, 2012, the county treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio, filed an amended complaint in the Common Pleas Court of Coshocton County, Ohio, at Coshocton, Ohio, for the foreclosure of liens and forfeiture of property for delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against certain real property situated in such county, as described in that complaint. The object of the action is to obtain from the court a judgment foreclosing the tax liens against such real estate, forfeiting the property to the state, and ordering the sale of such real estate for the satisfaction of the tax liens on it. such action is brought against the real property only and no personal judgment shall be entered in it. However, if, pursuant to the action, the property is sold for an amount that is less than the amount of the delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against it, the court, in a separate order, may enter a deficiency judgement against the owner of record of a parcel for the amount of the difference; if that owner of record is a corporation, the court may enter the deficiency judgment against the stockholder holding a majority of that corporation’s stock. The permanent parcel number of each parcel included in such action; the full street address of the parcel, if available; a description of the parcel as set forth in the associated delinquent vacant land tax certificate or master list of delinquent vacant tracts (a complete description of the parcel can be reviewed at the clerk of courts office); a statement of the amount of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, costs and interest due and unpaid on the parcel; the name and address of the last known owner of the parcel as they appear on the general tax list; and the names and addresses of each lienholder and other person with an interest in the parcel identified in a statutorily required title search relating to the parcel; all as more fully set forth in the complaint are as follows: exhibit “a” This Exhibit incorporated the use of Coshocton County’s Permanent Parcel Number system in lieu of a complete legal description to each of the following parcels may be obtained in the office of the Recorder of Coshocton County, Ohio in the document or documents found at the Deed Books and page numbers or other volumes cited below. 1) Parcel Number: 038-00000647-00 ADDREss: 16832 TR, 287, Conesville, OH 43811 Amount Due: $1,332.15, plus any other amount of taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest due and payable subsequent to the delivery of the Delinquent Land Tax Certificate to the County Prosecuting Attorney plus costs incurred in the foreclosure proceeding. Last known owner: Name: Earl E. Matthews, Jr. Address: 17487 Township Road 276, Coshocton, OH 43812 Name and address of each lienholder or other person with an interest in the parcel: Name: JPMorgan Bank, NA Address: 10790 Rancho Bernardo Rd., san Diego, CA 92127

Any person owning or claiming any right, title, or interest in, or lien upon, any parcel of real property above listed may file an answer in such action setting forth the nature and amount of interest owned or claimed an any defence or objection to the foreclosure and forfeiture. such answer shall be filed in the office of the undersigned clerk of the court, and a copy of the answer shall be served on the prosecuting attorney, on or before february 29, 2012. If no answer is filed with respect to a parcel listed in the complaint, on or before the date specified as the last day for filing an answer, a judgment of foreclosure and forfeiture will be taken by default as to that parcel. Any parcel as to which a foreclosure and forfeiture is taken by default shall be sold for the satisfaction of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest, and the costs incurred in the foreclosure and forfeiture proceeding, which are due and unpaid. At any time prior to the filing of an entry of confirmation of sale, any owner or lienholder of, or other person with an interest in, a parcel listed in the complaint may redeem the parcel by tendering to the treasurer the amount of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest due and unpaid on the parcel, together with all costs incurred in the proceeding instituted against the parcel under section 5721.14 of the Revised Code. Upon filing of any entry of confirmation of sale, there shall be no further equity of redemption. After the filing of any such entry, any person claiming any right, title, or interest in, or lien upon, any parcel shall be forever barred and foreclosed of any such right, title, or interest in, lien upon, and any equity of redemption in, such parcel. Janet s. Mosier, Clerk of Coshocton County Court of Common Pleas Coshocton, Ohio answer date february 29, 2012 (Pub: CCB, Jan18,25,Feb1’12)

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DELINQUENT LAND TAX LegaL Notice iN the commoN pLeas court of coshoctoN couNty, ohio iN the matter of the forecLosure of LieNs for deLiNqueNt LaNd taxes by actioN iN rem, JaNette doNaker treasurer of coshoctoN couNty, ohio Plaintiff vs parceLs of LaNd eNcumbered with deLiNqueNt tax LieNs Defendant case No. 2012 ci 0016, compLaiNt Notice of Foreclosure of Liens for Delinquent Land Taxes, by Action in Rem by County Treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio Public notice is hereby given that on the 11th day of January, 2012, the county treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio, filed a complaint in the Common Pleas Court of Coshocton County, Ohio, at Coshocton, Ohio, for the foreclosure of liens and forfeiture of property for delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against certain personal property situated in such county, as described in that complaint. The object of the action is to obtain from the court a judgment foreclosing the tax liens against such personal property, forfeiting the property to the state, and ordering the sale of such personal property for the satisfaction of the tax liens on it. such action is brought against the personal property only and no personal judgment shall be entered in it. However, if, pursuant to the action, the property if sold for an amount that is less than the amount of the delinquent taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest against it, the court, in a separate order, may enter a deficiency judgement against the owner of record of a parcel for the amount of the difference; if that owner of record is a corporation, the court may enter the deficiency judgment against the stockholder holding a majority of that corporation’s stock. The permanent parcel number of each parcel included in such action; the full street address of the parcel, if available; a description of the parcel as set forth in the associated delinquent vacant land tax certificate or master list of delinquent vacant tracts (a complete description of the parcel can be reviewed at the clerk of courts office); a statement of the amount of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, costs and interest due and unpaid on the parcel; the name and address of the last known owner of the parcel as they appear on the general tax list; and the names and addresses of each lienholder and other person with an interest in the parcel identified in a statutorily required title search relating to the parcel; all as more fully set forth in the complaint are as follows: exhibit “a” This Exhibit incorporated the use of Coshocton County’s Permanent Parcel Number system in lieu of a complete legal description to each of the following parcels may be obtained in the office of the Recorder of Coshocton County, Ohio in the document or documents found at the Deed Books and page numbers or other volumes cited below. 1) Parcel Number: 003000-8-6 MOBILE HOME ADDREss: 19440 C.R.54, Warsaw, OH 43844 Description of property: 2001 Duchess Mobile Home Amount Due: $1,490.47, plus any other amount of taxes, assessments, charges, penalties and interest due and payable subsequent to the delivery of the Delinquent Land Tax Certificate to the County Prosecuting Attorney plus costs incurred in the foreclosure proceeding. Last known owner: Name: Rex Davis Address: P.O. Box 211, Woodsfield, OH 43793 Name and address of each lienholder or other person with an interest in the parcel: Name: CItiFinancial, Inc. Address: 1300 E. Ninth street, Cleveland, OH 44114 Name: The Unknown spouse of Rex Davis Address: P.O. Box 211, Woodsfield, OH 43793 Any person owning or claiming any right, title, or interest in, or lien upon, any parcel of personal property above listed may file an answer in such action setting forth the nature and amount of interest owned or claimed an any defence or objection to the foreclosure and forfeiture. such answer shall be filed in the office of the undersigned clerk of the court, and a copy of the answer shall be served on

the prosecuting attorney, on or before february 29, 2012. If no answer is filed with respect to a parcel listed in the complaint, on or before the date specified as the last day for filing an answer, a judgment of foreclosure and forfeiture will be taken by default as to that parcel. Any parcel as to which a foreclosure and forfeiture is taken by default shall be sold for the satisfaction of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest, and the costs incurred in the foreclosure and forfeiture proceeding, which are due and unpaid. At any time prior to the filing of an entry of confirmation of sale, any owner or lienholder of, or other person with an interest in, a parcel listed in the complaint may redeem the parcel by tendering to the treasurer the amount of the taxes, assessments, charges, penalties, and interest due and unpaid on the parcel, together with all costs incurred in the proceeding instituted against the parcel under section 5721.14 of the Revised Code. Upon filing of any entry of confirmation of sale, there shall be no further equity of redemption. After the filing of any such entry, any person claiming any right, title, or interest in, or lien upon, any parcel shall be forever barred and foreclosed of any such right, title, or interest in, lien upon, and any equity of redemption in, such parcel. Janet s. Mosier, Clerk of Coshocton County Court of Common Pleas Coshocton, Ohio answer date february 29, 2012 (Pub: CCB, Jan18,25,Feb1’12) davis_rex2012CI0016

LEGAL NOTICE CoshoCton County Commissioners seeking oil lease rFP Coshocton County Commissioners are requesting proposals for any interested party in leasing the mineral rights of the Utica Shale Formation for the county owned property located at the North Appalachian Watershed, White Eyes and Crawford Townships, Coshocton County, Ohio. The deed references for this property can be located in the Coshocton County Recorder’s Office Volume 161, pages 217 through 220. Please provide in the proposal the paid-up lease amount as well as net/gross royalties. Coshocton County Commissioners reserve the right to reject any and/or all proposals and all details of the final lease will be negotiated after the proposal has been accepted. Proposals are to be submitted to the Coshocton County Commissioners Office at 401 ½ Main Street, Coshocton, Ohio no later than 9:00 a.m., Monday, February 6, 2012. By the order of the Board of Coshocton County Commissioners Dane R. Shryock, President RFPforoillease012512

SHERIFF’S SALE Sheriff’S Sale Of real eState Case # 2008 Ci 0268 State of Ohio, Coshocton County U.S. Bank natiOnal vS edward P. weBBer, et al. In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Coshocton County Court House in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on FRIDAY, the 3rd day of february, 2012, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in TOWNSHIP OF PIKE. NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), United States Code. A legal description of the property may be found at the Coshocton County Recorder’s Office. Said premises located at: 34336 C.r. # 383, warSaw, OhiO Parcel # 032-00000060-00 Said Property appraised at $265,000 Outside appraisal TERMS OF SALE: One percent (1%) of appraisal, and not less than $500 down at the time of sale, balance due upon receipt of deed. Bidding will start at two-thirds of the appraised value. timOthy l. rOgerS, Sheriff COShOCtOn COUnty, OhiO attOrney: ChriStOPher J. mantiCa, CinCinnati, OhiO 45201 webber_edwardp2008CI0268

Sheriff’S Sale Of real eState Case # 2010 Ci 0776 State of Ohio, Coshocton County ChaSe hOme finanCe vS riChard S. Buker, et al. In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Coshocton County Court House in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on FRIDAY, the 3rd day of february, 2012, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in CITY OF COSHOCTON. NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), United States Code. A legal description of the property may be found at the Coshocton County Recorder’s Office. Said premises located at: 1147 OrChard Street, COShOCtOn, OhiO Parcel # 043-00000219-00 & 043-00000220-00 Said Property appraised at $36,000 Outside appraisal TERMS OF SALE: One percent (1%) of appraisal, and not less than $500 down at the time of sale, balance due upon receipt of deed. Bidding will start at two-thirds of the appraised value. timOthy l. rOgerS, Sheriff COShOCtOn COunty, OhiO attOrney: SuSana e. lykinS, CinCinnati, OhiO 45201 buker_richards2010CI0776


SHERIFF’S SALE alias sheriff’s sale Of real estate Case # 2011 Ci 0100 state of Ohio, Coshocton County

In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Coshocton County Court House in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on FRIDAY, the 3rd day of february, 2012, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in TOWNSHIP OF TUSCARAWAS. NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), United States Code. A legal description of the property may be found at the Coshocton County Recorder’s Office.

TERMS OF SALE: One percent (1%) of appraisal, and not less than $500 down at the time of sale, balance due upon receipt of deed. Bidding will start at two-thirds of the appraised value. timOthy l. rOgers, sheriff COshOCtOn COunty, OhiO attOrney: paul m. nalepka, CinCinnati, OhiO 45201

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JPMOrGaN ChaSe BaNK, N.a. vS WarreN e. Sturtz, Jr. iNdividually aNd exeCutOr Of the eState Of WarreN e. Sturtz Sr. aKa WarreN Sturtz

In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Coshocton County Court House in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on FRIDAY, the 10th day of february, 2012, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in TOWNSHIP OF BETHLEHEM. NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), United States Code. A legal description of the property may be found at the Coshocton County Recorder’s Office. Said premises located at: 43474 C.r. #27, COShOCtOn, OhiO Parcel # 004-00000270-00 Said Property appraised at $38,000 Outside appraisal TERMS OF SALE: One percent (1%) of appraisal, and not less than $500 down at the time of sale, balance due upon receipt of deed. Bidding will start at two-thirds of the appraised value. timOthy l. rOgerS, Sheriff COShOCtOn COunty, OhiO attOrney: Paul m. nalePka, CinCinnati, OhiO 45201

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In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Coshocton County Court House in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on friday, the 10th day of february, 2012, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in TOWNSHIP OF LINTON. NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), United States Code. A legal description of the property may be found at the Coshocton County Recorder’s Office. Said premises located at: 15889 t.r. # 108, KiMBOltON, OhiO Parcel # 021-00000376-00 Said Property appraised at $15,000 Outside appraisal TERMS OF SALE: One percent (1%) of appraisal, and not less than $500 down at the time of sale, balance due upon receipt of deed. Bidding will start at two-thirds of the appraised value. tiMOthy l. rOGerS, Sheriff COShOCtON COuNty, OhiO attOrNey: ChriStOPher J. MaNtiCa, CiNCiNNati, OhiO 45201 sturtz_warren2011CI0232

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In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Coshocton County Court House in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on FRIDAY, the 3rd day of february, 2012, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in CITY OF COSHOCTON.

In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Coshocton County Court House in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on FRIDAY, the 10th day of february, 2012, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in TOWNSHIP OF BETHLEHEM.

In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Coshocton County Court House in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on FRIDAY, the 10th day of february, 2012, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in CITY OF COSHOCTON.

NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), United States Code.

NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), United States Code.

NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), United States Code.

A legal description of the property may be found at the Coshocton County Recorder’s Office.

A legal description of the property may be found at the Coshocton County Recorder’s Office.

A legal description of the property may be found at the Coshocton County Recorder’s Office.

Said premises located at: 368 S. 4th Street, COShOCtOn, OhiO parcel # 043-00000647-00 Said property appraised at $48,000 Outside appraisal

Said premises located at: 44990 U.S. rt # 36, COShOCtON, OhiO Parcel # 004-00000453-03 Said Property appraised at $48,000 Outside appraisal

Said premises located at: 517 S. 7th Street, COShOCtON, OhiO Parcel # 043-00001815-00 Said Property appraised at $42,000 Outside appraisal

TERMS OF SALE: One percent (1%) of appraisal, and not less than $500 down at the time of sale, balance due upon receipt of deed. Bidding will start at two-thirds of the appraised value.

TERMS OF SALE: One percent (1%) of appraisal, and not less than $500 down at the time of sale, balance due upon receipt of deed. Bidding will start at two-thirds of the appraised value.

TERMS OF SALE: One percent (1%) of appraisal, and not less than $500 down at the time of sale, balance due upon receipt of deed. Bidding will start at two-thirds of the appraised value.

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attOrney: kelly a. lOng-Spengler, COlumbuS, OhiO 43216

attOrNeY: Maria diVita, CiNCiNNati, OhiO 45201

attOrNey: jameS r. NOrriS, mt. verNON, OhiO 43050

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Sheriff’S Sale Of real eState Case # 2011 Ci 0589 State of Ohio, Coshocton County

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Said premises located at: 339 w. Canal street, COshOCtOn, OhiO parcel # 035-00000745-00 said property appraised at $75,000 Outside appraisal

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Sheriff’S Sale Of real eState Case # 2009 Ci 0588 State of Ohio, Coshocton County GMaC MOrtGaGe, llC. vS Bill l. reZNiCeK, et al. In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Coshocton County Court House in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on FRIDAY, the 10th day of february, 2012, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in CITY OF COSHOCTON. NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), United States Code.

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A legal description of the property may be found at the Coshocton County Recorder’s Office. Said premises located at: 1137 CaMBriDGe rD, COShOCtON, OhiO Parcel # 043-00000664-00 Said Property appraised at $90,000 Outside appraisal TERMS OF SALE: One percent (1%) of appraisal, and not less than $500 down at the time of sale, balance due upon receipt of deed. Bidding will start at two-thirds of the appraised value.

Sheriff’S Sale Of real eState Case # 2009 Ci 0832 State of Ohio, Coshocton County U.S. Bank natiOnal aSSOCiatiOn vS MarilYn r. kniCelY aka MarilYn M. kniCelY, et al. In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Coshocton County Court House in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on FRIDAY, the 17th day of february, 2012, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in CITY OF COSHOCTON. NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), United States Code. A legal description of the property may be found at the Coshocton County Recorder’s Office. Said premises located at: 1003, 1005, 1007 vine Street, COShOCtOn, OhiO Parcel # 043-00002849-00 Said Property appraised at $39,000 Outside appraisal TERMS OF SALE: One percent (1%) of appraisal, and not less than $500 down at the time of sale, balance due upon receipt of deed. Bidding will start at two-thirds of the appraised value.

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Sheriff’S Sale Of real eState Case # 2010 Ci 0053 State of Ohio, Coshocton County

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In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Coshocton County Court House in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on FRIDAY, the 17th day of february, 2012, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in TOWNSHIP OF JEFFERSON.

In pursuance of an ORDER OF SALE in the above entitled action, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the Coshocton County Court House in Coshocton, Ohio, in the above named county on FRIDAY, the 17th day of february, 2012, at 10:00 AM, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Coshocton, State of Ohio, and in TOWNSHIP OF KEENE.

NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), United States Code.

NOTE: if the United States of America holds a lien on the real estate, the United States of America shall have the right to redeem as provided by Title 28, Section 2410 (C), United States Code.

A legal description of the property may be found at the Coshocton County Recorder’s Office.

A legal description of the property may be found at the Coshocton County Recorder’s Office.

Said premises located at: 26641 t.r. # 31, WarSaW, OhiO Parcel # 014-00000267-00 & 014-00000411-01 Said Property appraised at $32,000 Outside appraisal

Said premises located at: 50474 C.r. # 186, freSnO, OhiO Parcel # 017-00000141-11 Said Property appraised at $60,000 Outside appraisal

TERMS OF SALE: One percent (1%) of appraisal, and not less than $500 down at the time of sale, balance due upon receipt of deed. Bidding will start at two-thirds of the appraised value.

TERMS OF SALE: One percent (1%) of appraisal, and not less than $500 down at the time of sale, balance due upon receipt of deed. Bidding will start at two-thirds of the appraised value.

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attOrNeY: JOhN d. CluNK, StOW, OhiO 44224

attOrney: SCOtt P. CiuPak, twinSBurg, OhiO 44087

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Community Calendar Local Events Three Rivers Bluegrass Music. Three Rivers Bluegrass music performs on the 4th Saturday of each month at the Agents Realty and Auction Services Building. Admission is $5 per person and there is no charge for children 12 and under. Food and beverages will be served starting at 5 p.m. furnished by Relay for Life team Alana. The featured band performs each month from 7 – 9 p.m. and the acoustic jam follows from 9:15 – 11 p.m. Jan. 28 will feature Frosty Morning Bluegrass Band. Celebrate Valentine’s Day at the Sweetheart Dance. Make plans to celebrate Valentine’s Day with the Lake Park Big Band at the Sweetheart Dance. The dance will be from 8 to 11 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, at Lake Park Pavilion, 23253 State Route 83. Tickets are $15. Refreshments will be available or you are welcome to bring your own. The event is sponsored by Friends of the Parks and Coshocton Trucking. For reservations, call 622-7528.

Announcements Celiac Support Meeting. There will be a Celiac Support Meeting on Monday, Jan. 30 from 6:30 – 8 p.m. in the Coshocton County Memorial Hospital Orange Street Room. HEAP Applications Available. Applications are available at the Coshocton Senior Center for the Home Energy Assistance Program. HEAP is a federally funded program designed to help eligible Ohioans meet their winter heating costs. Assistance is available at the Center or for those unable to stop in, an inhome visit can be scheduled. Please call the Center at 622-4852 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. to schedule an appointment. Flu Shot. It is not too late to receive a flu shot. The peak month in Ohio is usually February. Call the County Health Department at 295-7307 to schedule a time. They bill most insurance and Medicare Part B. For adults 18 and over, the influenza vaccine fee is $25. It is covered by Medicare Part B (Traditional Medicare): Aetna, Anthem BCBS, CareSource, Cigna, Humana, Medical Mutual of Ohio, Medicare B and Rail Road, Molina Healthcare, Ohio Health Choice, SummaCare, The Health Plan, UMWA, and United Healthcare, not community plan. The Health Department is located at 724 S. 7th Street in Coshocton. Relay for Life Meetings. Relay for Life will be having team/captain meetings at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church at 6:45 p.m. on Mondays. The schedule is as follows: Feb. 27, March 26, April 16, April 30, and May 7. Relay for Life is Friday, May 18 at 6 p.m. to Saturday, May 19 at 6 p.m.

Connect Your Community Main Street. Connect Your Community Classes at 509 Main St. 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Jan. 28; and 1 to 4 p.m. For information, call 740-575-4487. Coshocton LIbrary. Connect Your Community Classes at the Coshocton Public Library. 1 to 3 p.m. Monday, Jan. 30. To sign up, call 622-0956. Emmanuel Lutheran. Connect Your Community Classes at Emmanuel Lutheran. 9:30 a.m. to noon Thursday, Jan. 26. To sign up, call 622-2550.


Community Calendar

Digital Media Design Expo. Central Ohio Technical College will host a Digital Media Design Expo from 6 - 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1. The college is located at 200 N. Whitewoman St. in Coshocton. For information or to register, e-mail mhaywood@cotc.edu or call 622-1408 ex.74103. Prospective students will have the opportunity to meet with faculty and participate in hands-on exploration workshops in web design and digital graphics. The event is free and open to all to attend.

Church of Christ. The Church of Christ at 1800 Chestnut Street has new winter hours for the clothing room and food pantry. They are Feb. 2, and 16, and March 1, 15, and 29 from 9 – 11 a.m. Beginning in April, they will be open every Thursday from 9 – 11 a.m.

Chili Supper. Central Elementary will be having their annual chili supper on Feb. 1 from 5 – 7 p.m. The event is open to the public. The school book fair will be open during the chili supper.

Winter Sports Passes Available. Coshocton Redskins winter sports season passes are now on sale in the principal’s office, during school hours. Boys Basketball, Punch Cards, and Winter Sports Pass are available.

Library Events

OCTA meeting. The Ohio Christmas Tree Association (OCTA) Winter Meeting will be on Saturday, Jan. 21 at Kottman Hall on the campus of The Ohio State University in Columbus. Mike Gutridge and the Winter Meeting Committee have put together a great meeting that will be highlighted by Social Media, Legal Considerations for Leasing Farmland for Oil and Gas, Invasive Plants plus much more. Registration information can be found on the OCTA Web site at www.ohiochristmastree.com or by contacting the OCTA Office at 740-828-3331.

Wednesday, Jan. 25: Books Galore Book Store: Coshocton Public Library; The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has hard

Al-Anon Family Group. Coshocton Al-Anon Family Group meets every Tuesday from 7 - 8 p.m. at Central Christian Church corner of Main/8th Streets.

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Bus to pick up kids for church events. The Chili Crossroads Bible Church is using its new 33-passenger bus to pick up kids in Baltic every Wednesday night. The bus stops in the Baltic park at 6 p.m. and returns at 8:20 p.m. Children are brought to the church for exciting AWANA games and fun learning about God. Have a blast every Wednesday night from 6:30 – 8 p.m. at the Chili Crossroads Bible Church. The church is located at 29445 County Road 10 Fresno, OH 43824. Their Web site is www.chilibiblechurch.org. Call to sign up your child at 545-9707.

River View Winter Hog Roast. River View will be hosting a Winter Hog Roast on Friday, Feb. 3 at the River View High School Cafeteria from 4:30 – 7 p.m. The menu will include pork, dressing, noodles, coleslaw or potato salad, baked beans, rolls, dessert, and beverages. The cost is $6. The Junior Varsity boys’ basketball game starts at 6 p.m.

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Jacob’s Closet. The Warsaw United Methodist Church is announcing its winter hours for Jacob’s Closet. Hours of operation for the next few months will be as follows: Jan. 26 from 9 a.m. – Noon and 5 – 8 p.m., Feb. 23 from 9 a.m. – Noon and 5 – 8 p.m. The month of March will begin weekly distributions. At this time, they are asking for winter clothes donations only until spring. The church is located at 130 E. Church Street in Warsaw. The phone number is 824-3228.

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School Events

Wednesday, Jan. 25: Plugged and Unplugged (Teens): Coshocton Public Library; Grades 7 - High School Graduation are invited to Plugged and Unplugged for online and traditional gaming. Board Games, Video Games, Internet Access, Friends, Snacks and Fun! Call 622-0956 to register. 2:30 - 5 p.m.

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Ladies Bible Study. There will be a ladies bible study at Coshocton Alliance Church located at 730 W. Chestnut Street beginning the first Tuesday of February at 6 p.m. The study will be on “The Lies Women Believe” by Nancy Leigh DeMoss.

magazines, movies, audio books, hard and paperback books and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3 – 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Call 622-0956 for information.

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Church Events

10 a.m.; April, May, June, July, August, September, October and November, the second Wednesday of the month at 8 p.m. Most meetings are at the District Office, located at 724 S. 7th Street, Coshocton. If you would be interested in attending the meetings or would like more information, call their office at 6228087, ext. 4. The Chairman of the Board may need to change the date and / or time of meetings throughout the year. You will be notified if the meeting date is changed.

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Newcomerstown Library. Connect Your Community Classes at Newcomerstown Library. 1 to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, Jan. 30- 31 and Feb. 1- 3. To sign up, call 740-498-8228.

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Community Calendar Wednesday, Jan. 25: Preschool Story Time: Coshocton Public Library; Children 3 - 5 years old are invited to Preschool Story Time every Wednesday, from 10:30 - 11 a.m. Register by calling 622-0956. Wednesday, Jan. 25: Plugged and Unplugged (Teens); Grades 7 - High School Graduation are invited to Plugged and Unplugged for online and traditional gaming. Board Games, Video Games, Internet Access, Friends, Snacks and Fun! Call 622-0956 to register. 2:30 - 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 25: ‘Gung hay fat Choy!’ A Chinese New Year Celebration (Teens): Coshocton Public Library; ‘Gung hay fat Choy!’ Ever wonder

Coshocton Common Pleas Court – Divorces/Dissolutions Divorces Betina Evelyn Barthalow of Newcomerstown from Brian Keith Barthalow of Newcomerstown Kathryn Cronin of Newcomerstown from Matthew Cronin of Killbuck

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Dissolutions Cheryl Darlene Wright of West Lafayette from Richard Allen Wright of Coshocton Marriages: Danny Lee Hewison Jr. of West Lafayette to Carrie Mae McNichols of West Lafayette Nicholas Wayne Wood of Coshocton from Andrea Michelle Hanes of Coshocton Land Transfers: 1/11 Dawn D. Dittoe to Ray J. Miller; $87,631 Cody S. Robinson to Yellow Bus Sales, Ltd.; $36,650 1/12 Norman D. Sommers and Sherri Sommers to William S. Karr or Betty H. Karr, Trustees; $48,000 1/15 Conrad D. and Lois A. Miller to Del Land LLC; $74,250 Fielding R. and Elizabeth J. Magness to Ryan A. Hoop; $24,500 1/18 Open Country, LLC to Brett W. Hoge; $141,377.50 Brandy R. Burchett to Jackie Louise Vanaman; $110,000 w DALE GRESS w REAL ESTATE w

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Saturday, January 28 • 10am 320 Main St., West Lafayette Larry Leach Estate ETAL CAMPER, TRUCK, HARLEY DAVIDSON, VEHICLES 1994 Kuntry Comfort 32ft travel trailer, fully self contained, sleeps 6, roof A/C, nice condition. 1998 Ford F-150 pickup, V-8, auto 14 k miles, 1980 Harley Davidson motor cycle with 16k miles, 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee with 200k miles, 1995 Pontiac Grand AM with 100k miles, trailer hog roaster. HOUSEHOLD, TOOLS & MISC. Bostich portable air compressor, battery charger, smoker, 5pc dinette, microwave, folding table, RCA Stereo, Samsung TV, weight bench & weights, wooden wardrobe, Health Rider, microwave cart, small dinette table, small kitchen appliances, misc. hand tools. Many Photos at www.dalegress.com Terms: Cash or Approved Check day of Auction. I. D. Required Owner: Linda Keefer Executor Van Blanchard Attorney Terry Longsworth - Auctioneer

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Thursday, Jan. 26: Winter Chi: Coshocton Public Library; Practice gentle exercises that reduce stress and increase vitality. Taught by Holli Rainwater Noon - 1 p.m.

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Thursday, Jan. 26: Babytime Lapsit: Coshocton Public Library; Mrs. Shutt and Mrs. Custer lead babies ages infant - 2, and their moms or caregivers in interactive stories, rhymes, songs, and fingerplays. Register all attendants by calling the library at 6220956. 10:30 - 11 a.m.

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what your name would be in Mandarin? What’s your Chinese zodiac? Come find out! Grades 7 - 12 will enjoy finding the answers to the questions above, as well as making a traditional Couplet to hang at home. Enjoy videos, hearing the language, and traditional snacks. Registration is required. Deadline is Monday, Jan. 16. Space is limited. Call 622-0956. 6 - 7:30 p.m.

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Land Transfers Exempt from Conveyance Fees 1/12 Gerald McKenna to Jean McKenna Welcome W. Lapp, deceased, and Della J. Lapp, deceased, to Becky J. Blackson and James W. Lapp 1/13 Clyde W. Haines, deceased, to Albert R. Haines, Larry L. Haines and Larry Corbin Haines Michael R. Share to Barbara S. Share David Shepler and Karen Shepler to David Shepler Seth J. and Anna M. Coldwell to Larry D. and Janice A. Coldwell 1/17 Philip E. Phillips and Carol A. Phillips (deceased) to Philip E. Phillips Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to John K. Wilson and Patricia S. Wilson 1/18 Erika Renee Michael to Robert Dale Bush Dale A. Wilson Sr. and E. Jean Wilson, co-trustees to Brenda S. Hogue and Katherine M. Steinberger, co-trustees

COTC to host open house

Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) will host an open house one-stop registration event for all prospective students from 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 8, in Hopewell Hall at the Gateway, on the COTC Newark Campus. During the one-stop, drop-in enrollment event, participants can speak with an admissions counselor, complete a placement assessment, meet with financial aid representatives, and register for classes – all in one evening. Attendees should plan on at least two - three hours to complete all aspects of the process. Students will be able to register for classes at any of COTC’s locations – Newark, Coshocton, Knox, and Pataskala, as well as classes offered online. The event is free and open to all. Drop-ins are welcome at the event. An RSVP is not required but helpful for planning purposes. Call 740-366-9454 to RSVP. For information about COTC, go to www.cotc.edu.


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8 electric dryers $50$175. 1 gas dryer $95. Speed Queen washer/ dryer set $125/each. Frigidaire full size stackable (8yrs. old) $450. GE gas range $175. Kevin’s Used Appliances. 740390-5114 No checks. No phone calls after 7p.m. GE Deluxe cook top gas range, white and hood exhaust, $100 for both 740622-9367 DVD’s Taking orders for Coshocton Bicentennial DVD’s, 1911, 1961, 2011. $10. 740-622-8568 call between Noon-2p.m. leave message. FIREWOOD Seasoned Firewood Cherry-Walnut-Oak and other woods. Cut/Split/ Delivered $75 each load. (Will cut to size and length). Great Gift Idea or Build-up supply for next year! 740-502-3657 740294-0727 HAY First-second cut Orchard grass Timothy hay. Round or square bales. Round bales $20 and up. 740824-3621

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