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The Coshocton County Commissioners recently paid for more than $98,000 in updates to the outside of the courthouse to help maintain the historical integrity of the building. The courthouse has stood in downtown Coshocton since 1875. BEACON PHOTO BY JOSIE

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The family of Donald J. Elson would like to thank everyone for their prayers, visits, flowers, food, cards and calls during Don’s illness and at the time of his death. Thanks to everyone who donated to New Life Ministry and Hospice of Coshocton in Don’s memory. Thank you Genesis and Coshocton Oncology departments and Hospice for all the excellent care you provided. A special thanks to Miller Funeral Home and staff on the exceptional assistance provided, and to Pastor Mark Granger for the daily calls, visits, prayers and the heartfelt service you provided for Don. Sincerely, The Donald J. Elson Family

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sandstone used around it and returning the court room to the way it originally looked. “That building is the center of our community and we want people to see that we take pride in it,” Shryock said. “If we let it deteriorate then society will deteriorate.” The courthouse is just one of many buildings in the community that the commissioners are responsible for. They also own the old county home, with is currently occupied by Head Start, who wants to do renovations to the building. Steve Troendly and Sheryl Hardesty stopped by the commissioners Oct. 30 meeting to discuss the need for key pads to be added to doors, a system set up so visitors must be buzzed into the building, a wall added to block direct access to the elevator and a few other changes. These upgrades would cost about $18,000 and they also are looking at $6,000 to $8,000 for a metal roof on a building behind the school. They also are looking at a $5,000 fix to a water line problem and trying to get tapped into natural gas. The commissioners gave Head Start their ok to continue to move forward on the projects. They also gave their blessings to a request made by the Blue Star Mothers. The organization honors local members of the military with a photo slideshow that is constantly played on a television in the window of the Coshocton County Auditor’s Office. “We have a significant glare problem,” said Marge Pizzino, from the Blue Star Mothers. “We want to try to cut that down by placing a temporary vinyl film on the outside of the window.” Commissioners Lee agreed with the group that the display is tough to see during the day. “Even on an overcast day there is still a glare,” he said. “We are all for you doing this just as long as it’s temporary so if you aren’t there in a year or two it can come down.” Colder temperatures will impact how well the film is applied so the Blue Star Mothers plan to wait until warmer weather returns to make the improvement. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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recent updates cost the commissioners $98,835. “The last time it was just painted,” said Commissioner Curtis Lee. “There was no repair work done then.” Brian Bros. sealed openings they found, repaired slate that needed fixed and did decorative painting. “We feel that if we take care of the outside of the building then the work inside will not be compromised by leaks and water damage,” Shryock said. The commissioners bid the project out twice. The first time they received no bids and the second time Brian Bros. was the lowest bidder. “They’ve done work on other courthouses, libraries, churches and I think are heading to Ohio University next,” Fischer said. The work done by Brian Bros. has a 20 year life expectancy. “We’ve had quite a few comments delivered to us on how nice it looks,” Shryock said. The commissioners were able to pay for this project because of the oil and gas lease they signed for the hydrologic station land. “All three of us have known that work needed done at the courthouse but we didn’t have the funding until now,” said Fischer. The commissioners also have made updates to the heating and air conditioning system at the courthouse and replaced 25 windows. “We did the windows in house with our maintenance people,” Fischer said. “The cool thing about them is that some of the frames had arches that were rotted out and our maintenance guys were able to soak wood and bend it to replace them their selves.” The next two steps the commissioners would like to take with the courthouse are repairing the

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COSHOCTON – The Coshocton County Courthouse recently received a facelift that the county commissioners are quite happy with. “They (the company doing the work) went above and beyond what we expected,” said Commissioner Gary Fischer. “The guys doing the work were very particular. They cleaned the windows before they left and the numbers on the clock were even painted by hand.” Brian Bros. Painting and Restoration, LLC finished the project Oct. 28, after spending about five and a half weeks cleaning, painting and repairing the outside of the courthouse. “This spring we realized the metal work (around the third floor) was rusted,” said Commissioner Dane Shryock. “You needed binoculars to see the holes, but we knew we had to get on this pretty quick because you are talking about a historical building.” The courthouse has stood in downtown Coshocton since 1875. The last time it was painted was in 1988 for about $15,350. The most

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someone or someone’s rowns – good. could vandalize the Buckeyes – good. markers at local Ridgewood Lady cemeteries and the Generals volleyball to plaques on the Memorial state. Priceless - as the Bridges. I doubt that oft used phrase goes. person voted. They What an incredible ride shouldn’t be allowed to. these young women I hope you can attend are on – let’s keep it Kiwanis Pancake Day going! Good luck Lady this Thursday at the Generals! And we Elks Lodge on Chestnut would be remiss if we MARK FORTUNE Street. Following many did not have a shout-out for the Coshocton Redskins boys years at Roberta’s Catering & Event soccer season – way to go boys and Center Pancake Day is back at the Elks Lodge. It starts at 7 a.m. on congrats on a terrific year. Let’s take a moment to thank our Thursday, Nov. 7 and concludes at 7 Veterans – as Veterans Day is next p.m. Remember, it’s for the kids. Monday, Nov. 11. Previously called As the holidays approach and Armistice Day, this day gives us an the days become shorter, we know official opportunity to pay tribute to that winter cannot be far behind. our Veterans. And apparently some are predicting Unfortunately there is a a tough one this year with more snow disappointing side to this in our and cold than in previous winters. I local community. It seems that must admit, as a youngster I enjoyed someone is taking literal potshots at the cold, the snowy days (or was the Bridge Memorial Plaques – these it school being canceled?) sledplaques honor local fallen heroes. riding and more. Now? Not really How dare someone trespass on this so much. One nice snow per year – sacred tribute to our fallen and those around Christmas of course – is all I that have gone before and paid the need. Just keep the barren trees and ultimate sacrifice. This is a truly brownish gray landscape covered selfish and childish act that deserves up with the white stuff during that joyous season as I listen to Christmas to be punished. When you receive this edition of music and sip on my eggnog. Ahhh, The Beacon at home in your mailbox Christmas. the election will be over and the I know it’s too early to be writing results of the local levies, city council about the blessed season but alas, at large and township trustees – along the television commercials are to be with various township levies – will blamed, not I. I noted several this past be known – at least unofficially. weekend as a matter of fact. Gosh, the Regardless of how you voted – I pumpkins are not even smashed yet. hope you at least took the time to cast Speaking of pumpkins, that reminds your ballot. Our freedom to vote was me – where did I put that piece of purchased in blood by our forefathers pumpkin pie? and our Veterans. The same Veterans who gave their lives so that a certain

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COSHOCTON COUNTY - Coshocton County Auditor Christine Sycks announced that the next county-wide Reappraisal for Coshocton County will be for tax year 2015, payable in 2016. Work on this project has already begun. One of the statutory duties of the County Auditor is to ensure that all properties are assessed with a fair market value for tax purposes. “Ohio Law and the Ohio Department of Taxation require county auditor’s office to view and appraise every parcel of real estate at least once every six years,” said Sycks. “This requires our office to view, collect and enter property information that contributes to the property’s value.” A contract has been signed with Tyler-Technologies out of Moraine, Ohio, to do the reappraisal work, alongside Wesley Tubbs, County Chief Appraiser, and Jarrod Tipton, Appraiser. Every parcel in the county will be viewed, first electronically and then physically, throughout the twoyear process. The first step for the reappraisal will be for the appraisal company to send out mailers to the owners of all residential and agricultural properties with buildings on them. These mailers, showing what the county currently has on record, were mailed on Oct. 25. Property owners should carefully review the information and let the Auditor’s Office know about any changes, additions, or deletions that need to be made to make the record accurate. If the record is correct, no action is necessary. The appraisers will enter any changes reported by the owners into the data. This will give them a good, accurate record to use when they go into the field. “With the help of the educational materials available on our website, homeowners will have greater access to, and a better understanding of, the procedures taken to determine real estate valuation,” said Sycks. A link to a program, entitled Your Home. Your Value. and developed with the assistance of the County Auditor’s Association of Ohio, will be available as well as a link to an informative video describing the process. In addition, homeowners can visit the auditor’s website for answers to view the status of the project and other pertinent information. To learn more about the reappraisal process, visit the County Auditor’s website at http://www.coshoctoncounty.net/agency/auditor/ and click on the 2015 Reappraisal tab. The Beacon wants your opinion! Have an opinion or want to comment on something you’ve read in The Beacon? Please email Mark Fortune at: mark@coshoctoncountybeacon.com. The Coshocton County Beacon is now accepting Letters to the Editor! Be sure to include your first and last name. Emailing your Letter to the Editor in Microsoft Word format is preferred. The Beacon reserves the right to edit, refuse or otherwise reject any letter that is deemed inappropriate or offensive to our readers. No more than 500 words please. Please have your letter turned in by noon on Friday.

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Health Services and Hospice of Coshocton County earns recognition reporting initiative because the health and well being of patients is its number one priority,” said Barb Emmons, executive director. “We are committed to high quality care for our patients and are pleased to be helping the HHQI National Campaign prevent heart attacks and strokes. As a Cardiovascular Pioneer, we will also be measuring our progress and helping contribute to better care for patients, better health for our communities, and lower costs through improvement of the health care system.” Health Services of Coshocton County is a non-profit agency which serves Coshocton County and surrounding areas and provides

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COSHOCTON – Breanne Nicole Mathews and Brandon Walker Smith were married July 20 at 4:30 p.m. at The Lake Park Pavilion. The ceremony was performed by Mayor Jack Patterson. Mathews is the daughter of Frank and Ellen Matthews of West Lafayette. She graduated from Ridgewood High School and has a B.A. Political Science degree from Ohio University. She is employed as the chief deputy at The Coshocton County Treasurer’s Office. Smith is the son of Ty and Lisa Smith of Coshocton. He graduated from River View High School and attended Lake Erie College. He is the owner and operator of LITTY Scrap Yard and Charger Trucking. Kristin Deam served as Maid of Honor. Other bridesmaids were Christi Carpenter, Terri Brickles, and Nikia Reveal. J.D. Cunningham served as the Best Man. Other groomsmen were Tyler McKee, Josh Miller, and Brice Lonsinger. The couple vacationed in Las Vegas, NV in early October.

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COSHOCTON - Health Services and Hospice of Coshocton was recently named a Cardiovascular Pioneer by the Home Health Quality Improvement (HHQI) National Campaign, which is an initiative of the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. The Pioneer designation is awarded to home health agencies that make a commitment to helping patients lower their risks for heart attacks and strokes. Participating agencies implement patient-centered programs to improve aspirin therapy, blood pressure control, cholesterol management and smoking cessation (known as the ABCS of cardiovascular prevention). They also agree to report statistics to the HHQI campaign, which tracks progress locally and across the nation through its Cardiovascular Data Registry pilot project. “Health Services and Hospice of Coshocton is participating in the quality improvement and

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2014. Anyone interested in being a vendor can contact Chris Campbell at 622-6524. The public also can keep up to date on projects Jenny is working on by e-mailing her at jenny. sunsetlake@gmail.com. She also is in the process of creating a Facebook page. “We are grateful for the people that have supported us,” Jenny said. “We’ve met a lot of people and made a lot of friends. I also wouldn’t have met my living (kidney) donor if we hadn’t opened the store. That in itself is a miracle. I have a lot of great memories from the store that I will keep and hold on to.” The store will officially close at 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 24 and until then all merchandise will be on sale. However, the store’s shelves and parts of the kitchen used for the cooking classes are not for sale. They are going with the Wilsons to use for their next adventure. “This was a hard and difficult choice that I can only grow from,” Jenny said. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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“I’m going to continue to do the cooking classes,” Jenny said. “I’ve been talking to local venues and businesses about doing them there and I also will do private (cooking) parties in people’s homes.” The economy at times made sales for the store slow. “Locally our economy is struggling,” Jenny said. “It’s tough for the everyday person right now, but you have to shop local and support your local businesses. It’s up to us as citizens to make changes because they are not going to happen on their own.” The cooking classes, however, were almost always popular. “Their attendance would only drop off a little in the winter, but we usually filled every one of them,” Jenny said. The final class to be offered in the store will be Wednesday, Nov. 20. The non-traditional holiday meal class starts at 6:30 p.m. and will be taught by Bob McKenna. Tickets are $10 and RSVP is required by calling 575-4049. Jenny and Chris also plan to continue to support community events. “Chris and I both try to give back to the community,” Jenny said. “We really want to promote local history and the beauty of Coshocton.” One event they will continue to support is Taste for Summer at Clary Gardens. The event is scheduled for Saturday, May 17,

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PANCAKE DAY Kiwanis will be hosting its annual Pancake Day this year at the Coshocton Elks. They will be serving pancakes, sausage, and drinks from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 7. BEACON FILE PHOTO

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COSHOCTON – The annual Kiwanis Pancake Day will be moving back to the Coshocton Elks this year as Roberta’s is no longer open. Thirty-five to 40 members of Kiwanis and the Key Club will be working together from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Nov. 7 providing freshly-made pancakes, sausage, and beverages to members of the community who come out and support Pancake Day year after year. “The Key Club is a big part of our success each year,” said Brad Fuller, coordinator of the event and member of Kiwanis. Everyone who volunteers is assigned a different task, cleaning tables, flipping pancakes, mixing batter, or serving the public, and they all work in shifts. A lot of hard work and dedication goes into preparing for the event each year, although after 52 years, it runs like a well-oiled machine. “It’s like an airplane,” Fuller said. “Once it gets off the ground, it flies.” Over the course of 12 hours, volunteers feed about 1,000 people. On average, each person will eat about three pancakes. “It’s just a huge community event that everyone looks forward to each year,” said Fuller. “It’s a great time to support Kiwanis and it’s also a social event for people.” Kiwanis’ main goal is to serve the children of the world whether that is physically or financially. All the money raised with ticket sales stay here locally. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased from any Kiwanis member or at the door. “We try to make it affordable to people,” said Fuller. “We wanted to give the best deal we can while still making it a profitable fundraiser.” Kiwanis is always looking for new members. For those interested in joining, come to a meeting, which are every Wednesday at noon at the

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Five Coshocton High School musicians got the break of a lifetime when they appeared on NBC’s Ted Mack’s Amateur Talent Show. The Coshocton singing group, Four Jacks and a Joker, were already known around the Coshocton area as a talented performing group. They arrived in New York by plane, which was the first plane ride for all members of the group, and they all enjoyed it, especially since the passengers asked them to entertain them on the two-hour flight. While in New York, they enjoyed other entertainers and saw Duke Ellington and his orchestra and the Golden Gate quartet. The musical group consisted of Bill Ingram, Jim Porter, Roger Harrold, Tom King, and Eugene Rogers.

KEENE – For more than 150 years, community members in Keene have been getting together each autumn and making large amounts of apple butter to sell to area residents. The event, which used to take place at various homes in Keene, has been moved to the Keene United Methodist Church where members gathered Saturday, Oct. 26 to make and package apple butter to sell for the church. The apple butter stirring started at 5:30 a.m. and continued until the afternoon when

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Mrs. Lavada Fry of Coshocton County was amazed by modern technology that was designed specifically for housewives. Mrs. Fry had recently celebrated her 94th birthday and said that life for a housewife was much harder back in her day. Although her eyesight and hearing had weakened, her mind was sharp as she could still remember operating an ash hopper for soap making and a churn to make homemade butter. For more years than she cared to remember, Mrs. Fry had been hand-washing the dishes and she still did even on her 94th birthday. She was the oldest of 14 children, seven boys and seven girls, had two living children, eight grandchildren and 16 greatgrandchildren.

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Ridgewood completed their football season with a 7-2-1 record, the best in the school’s history. But for senior Dave Foreman, the ending of football season meant a little more to him. That Friday night, Foreman scored a record eight touchdowns, completely wiping out Coshocton County’s single season scoring record of 138 points set previously by Tim McLane, and the area mark of 158 points set by Whit Parks of Newcomerstown in 1969. Foreman concluded the season with 23 touchdowns and 10 two-point conversions. He also had 339 rushing yards in the game and set a new area record of 1500 yards for the season. The Generals scored a victorious 56-6 win over I.V. South that Friday night for their last game of the season.

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Members of Keene United Methodist Church gathered on Saturday, Oct. 26 to make homemade apple butter and sell to members of the community. To purchase sweetened or unsweetened apple butter, call the church at 622-8059. For more photos, visit www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com.

BEACON PHOTO BY BETH SCOTT volunteers began to package the apple butter in pints and quarts. “It’s a great opportunity for fellowship and all of us working together,” said Pastor Dairel Kaiser. Contact the church at 622-8059 to purchase some homemade apple butter, sweetened or unsweetened. “It takes a lot of people from the church to make this possible,” said Pastor Kaiser. “We look forward to this every year. It’s a lot of work, but a lot of fun.” The church also had a rummage sale and soup and sandwich luncheon. All proceeds went to Relay for Life. BETH@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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When people give blood to the American Red Cross, they may not think they are helping others all that much. That was not the case with Doris Hayes, who had probably received blood more times than anyone else in Coshocton County. Hayes suffered from a disease, myloid fibrosis for 12 years and had to receive a blood transfusion every few weeks. The disease affected her bone marrow, where the blood is produced. She said she wished she could personally thank each person who had donated, but most donations were anonymous. In the last ten years, she received nearly 200 pints of blood, two pints per day in a three-day hospital stay every six to eight weeks. All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.

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“If anyone can get me ready for it, they can,” he said. McFarland would like to thank all of his sponsors for making his trip to Italy possible: Tim Shrimplin, Dr. Jeremy Portman, Greg and Donna Cavdill, Advanced Spinal Care and Rehab, Jane Prater, Judy Kaser, and Mike Gray. He would also like to thank his wife, Michele. BETH@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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COSHOCTON – Jon McFarland recently competed in the World Karate Championship in Italy where he placed second in his division against 11 other competitors from around the world. “It feels pretty good, especially to represent Team U.S.A.,” said McFarland. McFarland’s journey to the top started when he qualified for regionals in Toledo where he was awarded first place. From there, he traveled to Nationals in Detroit where he again placed first. He and the other top three were qualified to go to Italy to compete for the world title. He first became interested in karate when he was 14 years old and began competing in 1991. He has competed in and won tournaments in California, Florida, and New York. During the World Karate Championship, McFarland met former world champions from Team U.S.A. who offered to help him train for the 2014 World Karate Championship in Ireland.

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COSHOCTON – The Town and Country Garden Club had its show at the Coshocton County Fair on Sept. 27 with the theme, Mother Nature. In the Artistic Designs class, Best of Show went to Phyllis Debnar, Second Best of Show went to Sharleen Flowers, and Judge’s Choice went to Carol Lawless. First place went to the following people: - Mountain Peaks – Vertical Design – Renee Wilden - Waterfall Cascades – Designs Showing Water – Sharleen Flowers - Redwood Forrest – Designs Incorporating Wood – Phyllis Debnar - Tropical Trade Winds – Designs Showing Motion – Sharleen Flowers - Volcanic Eruption – Creative Designs Featuring Red and Black – Carol Lawless - Desert Dunes – Dry Design – Alice Hoover - Great Barrier Reef – Design’s Choice – Karen Andrews - Arctic Icebergs – Reflective Design – Sharleen Flowers - Billowy Clouds – Sta-Mobile Design – Ed Kiefer - Spring Rain – Design Under 5” – Paula Hathway - Starry Night – Design Over 5” and Under 8” – Paula Hathway - Wreath – Judi Norris - Container Garden – Judy Boyd, Sandy D’Ostroph, and Karen Andrews - Gourds – Sharleen Flowers

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The Jubilee Gang at Gospel Hill Saturday November 9th at 6 PM. The Jubilee Gang is a fast-paced Multi Media ministry to children and families that travels across the United States and Canada partnering with local churches to reach their communities and conducting Kids Crusades, Family events, Children’s Ministry Training, and Inner City Outreaches. It is The Jubilee Gang’s desire to see as many men, women, boys, and girls make a legitimate decision to follow Jesus and be born again. To stir up believers to be all they can be for God, reach out to the world around them with the Good News of the Gospel and to develop the character of Jesus in their lives. Since 1998, they have ministered in 40 states, Puerto Rico, Canada and Russia and in over 20 different denominations and a host of non-denominational churches and have seen over 18,000 people born again during our events. Gospel Hill is honored to host this event here in our area. This is not an attempt to draw people away from their own local churches, but to give everyone an opportunity to experience and enjoy a great evening in a very special atmosphere. No tickets are being sold; a love offering will go 100% to The Jubilee Gang. For more information call 740-824-3300 or check online at www.jubileegang.com.

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In the Horticulture class, Best of Show went to Steve Miller, Second Best of Show went to Becky Alford, and Judge’s Choice went to Becky Alford. First place went to the following people in these categories: Rose - Tea Rose – Judy Boyd - Floribunda Rose – Dick Boyd - Rose Any Other – Judi Norris Annuals - Marigold, large flowered, orange – Kathy Adams - Marigold, large flowered, yellow – Judy Boyd - Marigold, spray – Alice Hoover - Celosia, plumed – Becky Alford - Celosia, crested – Kathy Adams, Becky Alford - Cosmos – Peggy Sue Fee - Globe Amaranth, one spray – Steve Miller - Zinnia – Juanita Miller - Sunflower – Phyllis Debnar - Petunia – Carol Lawless - Any other annual round form – Al Olinger - Any other spray form – Peggy Sue Fee Perennials - Sedum – Carol Lawless, Al Olinger, Judi Norris - Chrysanthemum, spray – Steve Miller, Carol Lawless - Coreopsis – Paula Hathway - Rudbeckia – Dick Hoover - Any other perennial round form – Kathy Adams - Any other spray form – Steve Miller Dahlia - Decorative 6” – 10” bloom – Becky Alford, Kathy Adams - Decorative 4” – 6” bloom – Becky Alford, Kathy Adams - Cactus – Al Olinger - Ball – Al Olinger - Single Bloom – Al Olinger, Becky Alford, Sharleen Flowers Foliage Only - Coleus – Dick Hoover - Hosta – Steve Miller - Caladium – Judy Boyd Blooming Shrubs - Hydrangea – Sandy McCullough - Butterfly Bush – Renee Wilden - Any other variety – Judi Norris Broadleaf, Needled Evergreens and Grasses - Berried Shrubs – Phyllis Debnar

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“Jason Flood did an excellent show – and actually he got certified for a lower altitude after doing our show – he was rated by an examiner so he got his license to go lower. The one that we added was the extra 300 – the gentleman from Israel – a tremendous act – you will probably see him again for sure at our next show.” Connie Toler said, “I’m most grateful to all the volunteers and especially all those that came back on Sunday – most everyone came back. We didn’t have a lot of problems – the radio communications between everybody was just – it was practically silent all day – it was a good show. We just appreciated everyone’s help.” MARK@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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COSHOCTON Coshocton Airport Administrator Bethel Toler reported that the 2013 Wings Over Coshocton Air Show was a success. Toler said, “The Air Show went real well. The only bad thing was that we had to cancel on Saturday due to the weather. That really worried us going into Saturday because we have never done that before. Actually it turned out really well. We approximated that we had a little over 2,500 people, which is good. Had it been on Saturday we had calls from the northern part of the state and everywhere in Ohio, we would probably had another 8,000 or 9,000 people.” “We were in the black with it so you can’t ask for much more. We didn’t go in the red and everyone’s happy. That was the main goal since we had to cancel on Saturday to have a good show plus.” Toler talked about all of the volunteers that helped make the transition from Saturday to Sunday, “I don’t think there are any other people than Coshocton that really goes out for events like this and volunteers their time to help and do such a good job. The sponsors – that was unbelievable for the air show. We had a lot of sponsors and we had a lot of in kind gifts and just tremendous.” “The next air show will be in 2015 – Sept. 12-13 – if everything works out it will be a two day show. It will be great.”

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Coshocton Redskins Basketball Tip Off Club It is with great pride that the “Coshocton Boys Basketball Tip Off Club” announce its continuing support for “The Coshocton Boys Basketball Teams”! This unique and exciting program completed its campaign last season with resonating success! The fundamentals goals of The Tip Off Club were (and still are) simply to enhance basketball activities for our dedicated players and to energize the students, parents, and fans of our wonderful community! Building on “The Buzz” created in last year’s play off games, we are eager to kick off another exciting season in support of our basketball program! As with last season, all funds collected by the Coshocton Boys Basketball Tip Off Club will directly benefit the boys basketball program. Expenditures for the 2013-2014 year include: 1. Paying for a bus to transport students and adults to away games. 2. Purchasing uniforms and basketball shoes for the players. 3. Purchasing Redskins tee shirts for students to wear to games. 4. Purchasing equipment for players. 5. Team Meals. 6. Any other programs or tangible equipment beneficial to the team. Beginning November 25, 2013, the Coshocton Boys Basketball Tip Off Club will meet at the local Elks Lodge every Monday at 12:00 noon during Basketball Season. Master of Ceremonies will again be Steve Cores. All Redskin basketball fans are encouraged to attend (men and women alike)! Coach Hilgenberg and selected players will give their commentary on previous games, upcoming games, game strategy, video of games, academic achievement, and much more! The cost to join is only $25.00 for individuals and a minimum of $50.00 for corporate sponsorship. Corporate sponsors will be recognized in the newspaper advertisements and other various media venues throughout the season. Additionally, lunch will be made available starting at 11:30 by the Elks Lodge (for a minimal additional charge).

Name: Sarah Vickers Year in school: Senior at River View High School Sport and position: Soccer, outside midfield Who inspires you? My coach, Dave Kridler is a big inspiration for me. He has coached successfully for a long time and really cares

Our Town Stories will focus on downtown CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON Christmas traditions COSHOCTON - Traditions strengthen families and communities. They help us express joy and celebration and give us a common history. They also form a structure for us to store away and then retrieve our memories. For many people Christmas celebrations and customs are the most meaningful traditions in their lives. Join us for a discussion of Downtown Christmas Traditions on Thursday, Nov. 14, at the JohnsonHumrickhouse Museum for its Our Town Stories look into the past. All are welcome to join the discussion, whether you grew up in Coshocton or not. JHM’s Our Town Stories gathering occurs monthly on the second Thursday of the month

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at noon. The atmosphere is casual and the discussion is always informative, fun and surprising. Admission for the program is free, and beverages and cookies will be provided. December’s topic is Florists, Greenhouses and Gardens. For information, contact the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum at 622-8710 or jhmuseum@jhmuseum.org. The JohnsonHumrickhouse Museum is located at 300 N. Whitewoman St. It is open to the public from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday.

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If you would like to get the “inside scoop” on the upcoming basketball season, hear from the coaches and players, or simply can’t get enough or Redskin Basketball, join the Tip Off Club today! Send your membership or corporate sponsorship payable to “TIP OFF CLUB” to; Sheri Shaw, P.O. Box 878 Coshocton, Ohio 43812, or call (740) 295-5377 or Coach Tom Hilgenberg c/o Coshocton High School, 1205 Cambridge Road Coshocton, Ohio 43812. Thank you for your continued support of our basketball program!

about us outside of soccer. He encourages me to be better at soccer, but also inspires me to be better in life. I hope that I can impact someone someday like he has impacted me. What is your favorite pre-game warm-up song? This song isn’t on our warm-up playlist, but I personally try to listen to “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us” by Sidewalk Prophets. It gets me ready to play and reminds me of what I play for. What is your favorite sports drink and flavor? Mostly a water fan. What advice would you give younger athletes? First, believe in yourself in all things. Second, awareness and anticipation are two of the most important parts of any sport you can play on or off the field, being aware of yourself and of what is going on around you is crucial. Applying awareness and anticipating things will also help. Sometimes this just means making sure your teammates are okay and being ready when they need help. What do you want to do after high school graduation? I plan to attend college to major in speech pathology. I would love to continue playing soccer if opportunities at the college level arise.

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Numerous events planned to celebrate Veterans Day COSHOCTON - Veterans Day is Monday, Nov. 11 and there are several opportunities throughout the county to honor the men and women who have served in our armed forces. • WAL-MART VETERANS APPRECIATION The local Wal-Mart will hold a special ceremony to honor veterans at 9 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 9. • ISLETA UMC VETERANS DAY PROGRAM Isleta UMC invites all area veterans to a patriotic program at 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 10, in the church sanctuary. The Isleta Choir will sing the musical, “America the Beautiful” and there will be readings and other musical selections. Dave Dilly will speak about Coshocton County’s latest Honor Flight and Sergeant Nathan Hardesty will speak about his service in Afghanistan. All veterans will be honored and there will be a free meal after the program for all in attendance. Attendees are asked, but not required, to bring a donation for the Louis Stokes VA Center in Cleveland. Needed items are combs, brushes, disposable razors, gum, hard candy, soap, coloring books, colored pencils, new playing cards, postage stamps, security envelopes, writing tablets and word search/ crossword puzzles/Sudoku books. • COSHOCTON VETERANS DAY CEREMONY The Coshocton County Veterans Council will have its annual Veterans Day Ceremony at 11 a.m. Monday, Nov. 11 on the court square. Guest speaker is retired Brigadier General Myron Ashcraft. • VETERANS DINNER AT THE ELKS The Elks have a motto that says, “So long as there are veterans, the benevolent and protective order of Elks will never forget them.” With that in mind, the Coshocton Elks will hold its annual veterans dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 11, at the lodge at 434 Chestnut St. All veterans and their spouses and families are invited to attend at no charge. The annual dinner is just one way the Elks says thank you to the men and women who have given so much to protect our freedom.

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Blue Star Mothers raffle off prizes COSHOCTON - The Blue Star Mothers of Coshocton County raffled off gift baskets at their booth at the Coshocton County Fair. The baskets were put together with the help of donations from the following organizations: Oscar Rose, Long John Silvers, Coshocton Yard, Unusual Junction, Plus One Pizza, Farmers Insurance, Endsley Agency, Faces Hairstyling, Famous Hair, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Carol Goff & Associates Real Estate, Stone Creek Farms Pizzaria, Black Bear Pizza & Deli, My Best Friend - Pet Grooming, Domino’s, Edie Ryan’s, Hardee’s, Fiesta Hair, State Farm, Pizza Hunt, Sport Zone, McDonald’s, Whit’s, DeCosky Ford, and Warsaw Dair-Land. Winners of the raffle at the fair were: Dustina Cameron and Terry Shroyer. The group also raffled off 10 other gift baskets and a shopping spree with the help of donations from: Buehler’s, Dean’s Jewelry, Big Lots, Marilyn’s, Auto Zone, River Ridge Leather, Golden’s, Kristie Roberts, Peebles, Coshocton Lumber, Beverly Kay Powell, House of G.A. Fisher, Mercantile on Main, Roma’s, Front Porch Store, Radio Shack, Wilson Carpet, Village Pantry, Liberty Lady, Carton

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Shoes, Wal-Mart, Ace Hardware, T&J Crafts, Windsorwood, Endsley Agency, Blue Star Moms. The shopping spree at Buehler’s was won by Dee-Dee Bryan and the other winners were: Jake Lahna, Auto Zone Bucket, Cindy Baker, Ace Hardware Bucket; Ruth Ann Cunningham, blue bucket; John Thompson, laundry basket; Dan Powell, bath basket; Carol J. Casner, round basket; Diana Caton, tool box; Pat Brunnegraff, red bucket; and Lisa M. Wessel, statue tote. The Blue Star Mothers also are looking for military families who would like to display a picture of their child, grandchild or spouse on the digital wall of honor in the front window of the Coshocton County Auditor’s Office on Main Street. For information on how to do this, contact Nelva Fogle at 202-0465 or nelva629@ gmail.com. The purpose of the Blue Star Mothers is to honor those who serve or have served in the Armed Forces of the United States of America. Meetings are held at 6:30 p.m. the second Monday of the month at The Church of the Nazarene, 1058 Orange St.

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annual symposium of America In Bloom, a national organization of which Coshocton is Blooming is an affiliate. The community is invited to the PARK space to say goodbye to the award winning world’s first root ball park, drink hot crow-co, and sit on the cushy bean bag couches before the root ball bags and all their stuffings are put in storage for the winter. CIB Tree Committee Chair Deb Wallace will be on hand to talk with folks about the trees and plans to amend our urban forest. It’s all free. Come and learn. This summer’s temporary Root Ball Park was funded by Sheehan Pipeline Construction Co. and WalMart. The project was made possible through the sharing of time/talent/sweat/ equipment by Coshocton, Ridgewood and River View high schools, Coshocton County Career

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COSHOCTON - The PARK space, summer home of the world’s first root ball park, is the designated venue for the Second annual Coshocton Crow Homecoming, from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9. It seems appropriate to take the opportunity to double up and let the party serve as a “last hurrah” for the root ball trees before they leave their cushy bean bag couches and become part of the planted urban forest. After Nov. 9 the Pomerene Center for the Arts will turn the 19 Root Ball trees over to the Coshocton is Blooming Tree Committee who will work with Coshocton City to see that the trees are planted according to best urban forestry practices. The CIB Tree Committee and Master Gardener Jim Gray played an integral role in the selection of the Root Ball trees ensuring appropriate urban specimens were chosen. Species represented are Zelkova, Hedge Maples, Hackberry, Gingko and Willow Oak. The Root Ball Park and CIB urban forestry initiative garnered a Special Mention at the

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Jan Myers, director at the Coshocton Visitors Bureau, says this event is a fun way to turn something that could be viewed as a negative into something positive. “The crows are coming here anyway, so why not take advantage of the situation and use it to promote Coshocton,” she said. “We have already had numerous visitors come to the area in the past few years to witness the masses of crows flying throughout the county and to study the crows’ behavior.” Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend the Crow Homecoming. For information about Coshocton’s Crow Homecoming, contact the Pomerene Center for the Arts at 622-0326 or the Coshocton Visitors Bureau at 622-4877 or www.visitcoshocton.com.

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WEST LAFAYETTE – Evan Youker, son of Richard and Rhonda Youker, was named the West Lafayette Rotary student of the month for October. Evan, Ridgewood junior, is an active member of all of the music programs at Ridgewood High School. These include concert choir, dynamic chorale, spare change ensemble, chromatones quartet, marching band, concert band, jazz band, and pep band. In addition to these numerous music activities, Evan is a member of the foreign language club, quiz team, and drama club. This extremely busy young man has a 4.0 GPA in a rigorous college preparatory curriculum. His community activities include 4-H, Coshocton Community Youth Chorale, Moving Spirits, Cardinal Chorale, and the All-Ohio Youth Choir. Evan is an active member of the West Lafayette Baptist Church as well as the youth group and helps with Christ Kitchen. His one relaxation is the Coshocton County bowling league. When asked who has contributed to his self-development, he named his mother. He finds his greatest satisfaction in helping to spread Christianity to those who share a common interest with him.

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COSHOCTON - The Kno-Ho-Co-Ashland Community Action Commission’s Emergency HEAP program began Nov. 1. Emergency HEAP is a federally funded program administered by the Ohio Department of Development, Office of Community Assistance that provides financial assistance to low-income households that are threatened with disconnection from their heating source, or have already had service disconnected. Those households serviced by a PUCO-regulated utility are encouraged to sign up for the Percentage of Income Payment Plus Plan (PIPP Plus) or an alternate budget payment plan in order to receive energy assistance. Households utilizing bulk fuel must have a tank containing less than 25 percent of its capacity. Income documentation for all household members along with social security numbers, electric and gas bills, and other documentation must be presented at the appointment. Income guidelines are based at 175 percent of the Federal Poverty Level and are as follows: Household size of one may earn up to $20,107, household of two $27,142, household of three $34,177, household of four $41,212, household of five $48,247 and household of six $55,282. Income may also be calculated using the past three months, whichever benefits the client. PIPP Plus customers have a lower income eligibility threshold. Approved applicants will also have their application automatically transmitted to the State HEAP office, where additional assistance may be available under the Regular HEAP program. Eligible households may receive financial assistance once per heating season. The HEAP heating season is Nov. 1 through March 31, 2014. The benefit amounts are as follows: PUCO regulated gas or electric customers may receive a benefit of up to $175, non-regulated electric or gas (i.e. coops) may receive a benefit amount up to $450. Income eligible bulk fuel customers may receive up to $350 for wood or coal, up to $750 is available for bulk fuel propane/bottled gas and fuel oil consumers. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, phone the Kno-Ho-CoAshland Community Action Commission’s HEAP office at 622-9801.

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Co’ from Medbery Marketplace; and more. “One of the great animal phenomena of the world is the congregation of large numbers of birds into a single communal sleeping group known as a ‘roost,’” said Anne Cornell, director of the Pomerene Center for the Arts. “Annually, late October/early November, upwards to 10,000 crows come from as far away as Canada to roost in Coshocton, crow resort town, Crowtown.” Coshocton has carried the nickname Crowtown for some time. “No one seems to know exactly where the nickname came from but it is somehow linked to motorcycles,” Cornell said. “In 2008, when crows began to congregate in town in significant enough numbers to warrant propane cannons and pyrotechnics, the name began to fit like a glove. Science says they’re here to stay.”

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COSHOCTON —On Saturday, Nov. 9, there will be a Crow Homecoming in Coshocton to officially welcome back the mass numbers of black crows that spend the winter months in Coshocton. The Pomerene Center for the Arts is hosting this free event which will take place from 1 to 3 p.m. at the PARK Space in the 300 Block of Main Street in downtown Coshocton. The festivities include free food and fun for all with live music from the band Blackbird Project - featuring lead guitar and vocals from Coshocton native, Evan Abood; a brief preview by the dance company, Dancing Wheels; handson demonstrations of origami crow making with Michael Roy Baldridge; yoga demonstrations; art and tree displays; vintage clothing and jewelry booths; Crowtown Pizza; crow appetizers from Oscar Rose Steak & Seafood House; Hot ‘Crow-

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public, and will become part of a silent auction. All proceeds will benefit the programs offered by The Mentoring Center, including the Bigs/ Littles, Little Buddies, Peer Mentors, and Side by Side Family Mentoring. All contributors will be recognized throughout the event. Your tax-deductible donation can represent your business, family, or community group. You can also donate a tree or wreath in honor or memory of someone special. We look forward to seeing the amazing creativity that our talented community can bring to this event. It is our goal to have 50 decorated trees twinkling in our

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the past 14-15 years. It is part of the East Ohio Network and shoe boxes of small toys collected, will be taken to the Valley View Community Church in Sugarcreek. They will be loaded on to semi trucks, transported to collection centers and then shipped to children all over the world. The East Ohio goal is 15,000 boxes. The program has been in existence for 20 years and has delivered more than 100 million boxes with the help of churches from different denominations and various other groups. Participants are encouraged to fill a shoe box with items for a girl or boy and include a $7 donation for shipping. Suggested gifts include: Small toys with extra batteries for those that need them, school supplies, hygiene items, hair clips or toy jewelry. Age categories are: 2-4, 5-9, and 10-14. The collection week for the program is Nov. 18-25. Hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday. The final collection will be from 9 to 11 a.m. The goal is to have the majority of the boxes delivered by Sunday, Nov. 24. Special drop off times can be arranged by calling the church office at 6220821 or Cathy Hudson at 294-7304. Groups of volunteers who would like to load or transport donations also are welcome.

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COSHOCTON - Do you have a concrete plan in place to transition the family farm to the next generation? OSU Extension will offer a farm transition, estate and retirement seminar on Tuesday, Dec. 10, in New Philadelphia. This event is for all generations involved with the family farm. The purpose of the program is to offer tools and education to farm owners who are preparing to transition the farm to the next generation. Topics include trusts, gifting, protecting farm and personal assets, federal estate taxes, insurance options, retirement income and security, family communication and much more. Speakers include Robert Moore, attorney, Wright Law Company; Larry Gearhardt, OSU Extension Taxation Field Specialist; Chris Zoller, OSU Extension Educator Tuscarawas County; and Emily Adams, OSU Extension Educator Coshocton County. Seminar check-in begins at 9:30 am with the program scheduled from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost of registration is $15 per farm family and includes lunch and a resource notebook. The seminar is made possible with generous support from Farm Credit Mid-America and PNC Bank. The program will be held at the Kent State

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COSHOCTON - Promotional products distributor Hasseman Marketing hosted its annual customer appreciation show Oct. 10, at Lake Park Pavilion. The “end user” style show boasted the theme “Oktoberfest” and had over 15 vendors represented for the over 125 customers in attendance. “This year’s show was off the charts,” said owner Kirby Hasseman. “The venue, the suppliers, and the customers came together to make a wonderful atmosphere. We love to be able to provide this opportunity for our clients.” Hasseman dubs the event as “a must see marketing event” as it features a trade show-like atmosphere and even includes a speaker. This year’s speaker was Larry Tripplet who spoke to the group about how to grow their company using the “balanced scorecard.” You can see video highlights of the event at: http://www. youtube.com/watch?v=5-l4MmGyVrE. Hasseman Marketing has been located in

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childhood. Hammond, second oldest in a family of six, graduated from Ridgewood High School in 1972, was married and had a baby girl. A couple of years later she was a single parent. In 1978, she married Dick Hammond, who had five children plus they added one for a total of seven. In 1989 she entered Kent State. The stepchildren had left home, leaving her with her two girls, now 11 and 14. She traveled to New Philadelphia, a 45-minute drive one way, five days a week for three years. She graduated with an Associate Degree in Nursing in 1992. She was the first member of her family to obtain a college degree. After taking on-line classes, she received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing in 2008 from Indiana Wesleyan University. In 2009 she received the YWCA/BPW Tribute to Women of Achievement Health Award. In 1991 Hammond started working weekends at Coshocton County Memorial Hospital (CCMH) Extended Care as a Nurse Assistant. Today she is Head Nurse, Intensive Care Unit (ICU) on day shift. She serves on the ICU Committee, Code Blue Committee and the Professional Development Committee. She has been a member of the American Nurse

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COSHOCTON - The Coshocton Towne Centre Association extends an invitation to all city and county schools, local businesses, civic organizations and service groups for participation in the Main Street Magic Christmas Parade. This parade is one of the first events kicking off festivities for the holiday season in Coshocton Towne Centre. The parade is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 22. Line up begins at 4 p.m. at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds. The parade will travel north on Seventh Street and west on Main Street with disbandment near Stewart Field on Water Street. This is an excellent opportunity to promote your school’s spirit, demonstrate your organization’s service to the community, promote your business and encourage shopping locally or to show everyone just how proud you are that you live in Coshocton. You are encouraged to participate as appropriate for the event with floats, motorized or walking units, carolers, etc. All units are requested to have lights and complete the entire parade route. Please remember that candy may not be thrown from any moving units only handed to the children in the crowd. As with last year’s parade the committee is planning to feature a showcase of local mascots. From businesses to school sports teams, we are seeking mascots to participate and join Mr. and Mrs. Frosty, our Gingerbread Boy and Girl, Santa Bear and Rudolph Reindeer. Applications for this year’s parade can be picked up at Miller Pharmacy, the Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce or WNTS Radio. The parade committee is accepting calls at 622-1806 if you would like to have the entry form mailed or faxed to you. The deadline to submit the entry form is Friday, Nov. 15. Please return the entry form to Coshocton Towne Centre, P.O. Box 795, Coshocton, OH 43812 or fax the entry to 622-8460. The parade committee is made up of volunteers who organize and fundraise to support this event. Help is always welcome.

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Holiday Craft Show: There will be a holiday craft show and quarter auction on Nov. 9 at Coshocton Village Inn and Suites from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. or until the auction ends to support Relay for Life. Craft show begins at 9 a.m. and will include vendors such as Scentsy, Initially Mine, Avon, Premier Jewelry, Tupperware, Origami Owl, Marcia’s Scarves, 31 bags, Perfectly Posh, and more. There will also be a food stand by Team Alana, a Relay for Life team. If interested in being a vendor, contact jessie_n_flores@yahoo.com. Pet Pictures with Santa: Pet photos with Santa will be taken Saturday, Nov. 16 at Tractor Supply in the Downtowner Plaza. Owners may also pose with their pets. Cost is $10 for one 5x7 color print. Additional sizes will be available. The project benefits Four Paws Thrift Store and Pet Adoption Center whose goal is to help homeless animals in Coshocton County. For more information, contact Pat Cox at 545-7716, Digital Xtreme Photography at 622-0796 or Four Paws at 575-4519. Autumn Holiday Bazaar: Autumn Health Care of Coshocton will be having a Holiday Bazaar Dec. 6 from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Table space is $10 and a small door prize. Crafters will need to bring their own tables. Autumn will provide chairs. There will be crafters, vendors, holiday entertainment, Shiloh Baptist Church rib meals, cake walks, raffle baskets, door prizes, and Santa. Contact Susan Foster at 622-2074.

HEAP: The Coshocton Senior Center, located at 201 Brown’s Lane, has HEAP applications available for the Home energy Assistance Program. HEAP is a federally-funded program designed to help eligible Ohioans meet the rising costs of home heating bills. In-home application assistance is available for individuals unable to stop in or you can make an appointment for assistance at the center. Call 622-4852 Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Please keep in mind, this is not the Emergency HEAP Program. For Emergency HEAP assistance, contact Kno-Ho-Co-Ashland’s central office at 622-9801. Farmers Breakfast: The Coshocton County Farmers Breakfast series will once again be this fall and winter season. They will be the second Tuesday of each month from November - March at 7 a.m. at Edie Ryan’s Restaurant, 585 S. Whitewoman Street, Coshocton. The Nov. 12 Farmers Breakfast will feature Coshocton County Wildlife Officer Jerrod Allison discussing, “Hunting Permits, Wildlife Damage and Wildlife Control”. Anyone interested in this topic is welcome to attend this informal meeting. There is no charge to attend. However, attendees are responsible for the cost of their breakfast. Reservations are not required. Future Farmers Breakfast topics include Liability Protection, CAUV, Timber Marketing, and Soil Health. For more information, contact the Coshocton Soil and Water Conservation District at 740-622-8087, Ext. 4. These Farmers Breakfasts are sponsored by Coshocton SWCD, FSA and OSU Extension Coshocton County.

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Flu Shots: The Coshocton City Health Department will have a walk-in flu clinic for flu shots on Wednesday, Nov. 6, 13, and 20 from 1 - 3 p.m. Flu shots will cost $20. Insurance accepted includes traditional Medicare/Medicaid, Molina, Care Source, Buckeye, Paramount, Humana, Medicare, and Medigold.

Relay For Life Chili Cook-Off: Relay team, All Night for the Fight will be having a chili cook-off Saturday, Nov. 9 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus on South 11th St., Coshocton. The fee to enter is $20. Tasting is $5. Tickets are available now and will also be at the door. For more information, contact Melinda Courtwright at (740) 610-1208 or David Phillips at (330) 275-8886. All entries are due by Oct. 31. Prizes will be awarded for the top three places.

Honoring Veterans: On Saturday, Nov. 9 at 9 a.m., Wal-Mart will be having a program to honor our service men and women. The Coshocton County veterans are going to be presenting the colors. They are reaching out to local WWII veterans to contact Ruth at 545-9520 with their names and phone numbers so they can personally thank them. Each WWII veteran will receive a certificate. If there is no answer, please leave a message and Ruth will return your call. Electric Energy Briefing: The Coshocton Port Authority will be having an Electric Energy Briefing on Nov. 12 at 6 p.m. at the Frontier Power Community Room. Speakers will be Dale Arnold of the Ohio Farm Bureau, Steve Nelson of Frontier Power, and Paul Prater of AEP. Seating is limited and RSVPs are required. Call Renee at Coshocton Port Authority at 622-7005 or email reneehardesty@coshoctoncounty.net. Support Groups: Health Services and Hospice of Coshocton Support Groups available. Adult support groups are held every other Friday at the Health Services office on 4th Street from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. A new children’s support group will be starting soon. It will be held monthly on the second Saturday of each month at the Health Service office on 4th Street at 2 p.m. Registration is necessary. Please call the office and leave a voicemail for Mary McCune at ext. 205 if you plan to attend. Our Town Meetings: Our Town Coshocton will meet at 5 p.m. the fourth Monday of every month at Frontier Power. Everyone including business and property owners and the general public are welcome to come and discuss ideas to unify Roscoe, Main Street and Second Street. For information, call 440-666-2652 or 440-465-7727.

Church Events New Series: NewPointe Community Church will be having a new series, Running on Fumes, as they take a look at how, with God’s help, we can begin to refuel in various areas of our lives. This message series runs on Sunday mornings through Dec. 1. NewPointe Community Church has multiple locations, including campuses in Canton, Coshocton, Dover, and Millersburg. Service times are 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. at all locations. For more information, visit newpointe.org. The Coshocton campus is located at the Coshocton County Career Center at 23640 Airport Rd. Annual Bazaar: The Conesville United Methodist Church, located at 196 State Street in Conesville will have their annual bazaar Thursday, Nov. 7 from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. There will be baked goods, noodles, mincemeat, pickles, homemade candies, crafts, Christmas decorations and the Country Corner. A full menu of food will be served throughout the day. Holiday Bazaar: Roscoe United Methodist Church will be having their annual Holiday Bazaar on Nov. 7. Doors will open at 8:30 a.m. for a breakfast boutique and lunch will be served from 10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. Supper will start at 4 p.m. and served until the food is gone. Highlights of the bazaar include a used bookstore, bake sale, themed gift baskets, and more. Call the church at 622-7780 for more information.

Upward Basketball: Upward Basketball and cheerleading registration and orientation is Saturday, Nov. 9 from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. and Thursday, Nov. 14 from 5 8 p.m. at the Coshocton Christian Tabernacle, located at 23891 Airport Rd. across from Wal-Mart. Holiday Bazaar: The Emmanuel Lutheran Church, located at 1500 Pleasant Valley Drive, Coshocton will have their annual Holiday Bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 9, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. They will be serving lunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and selling their own homemade noodles. Other items available will be “Pick a Cookie” table, Baked Goods, White Elephant items, and Crafts. Patriotic Program: Isleta United Methodist Church invites all area veterans to a patriotic program on Monday, Nov. 10 at 4 p.m. in the church sanctuary. The Isleta Choir will sing the musical, ‘America, The Beautiful’, and there will be readings and other musical selections. Dave Dilly will speak about Coshocton County’s latest Honor Flight, and Sergeant Nathan Hardesty will speak about his service in Afghanistan. All veterans will be honored. Following the program, there will be a free meal for all in attendance. Attendees are asked but not required to bring a donation for the Louis Stokes VA Center in Cleveland. Needed items are combs, brushes, disposable razors, gum, hard candy, soap, coloring books, colored pencils, new playing cards, postage stamps, security envelopes, writing tablets, and word search/crossword puzzles/Sudoku books. Soup Supper: Prairie Chapel United Methodist Church will be having a Veteran’s Day soup supper on Thursday, Nov. 14 from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. Veterans eat free. There will be homemade soups, sandwiches, pies and cakes, and beverages. A Cultural Adventure: On Nov. 16 at 7 p.m. at the Coshocton Church of the Nazarene, Andy and Heather Swanson and family will be sharing a cultural adventure with you. Heather is a music teacher/singer/songwriter from Scotland and will be performing some Scottish traditional songs and poems as well as some of her compositions. Andy is a newly-qualified aircraft engineer with Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF). He has been training here in Coshocton for the last three years and they are leaving the states at the end of November in order to serve for the next eight years in Africa. Heather was recently in Uganda for a visit and will be able to give an insight into what they will be doing there and give a flavor of what life will be like. Bring your family and friends, and hear about their journey from Scotland to Coshocton and on to Africa. Fall Rummage Sale: The Coshocton Presbyterian Church will be having a fall rummage sale on Nov. 15 from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Nov. 16 from 9 a.m. - noon. A large trash bag will be provided on Saturday for a $5 bag sale. The sale will be in the basement of the church, located at the corner of 4th and Chestnut. Items include tools, collectibles, furniture, jewelry, and much more. All proceeds go toward the Presbyterian Women’s Community Missions. Holiday Bazaar: The Coshocton Christian Tabernacle will be having a Holiday Bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 23 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Homemade crafts, dollar table, bake sale, and other vendors will be available. A lunch stand will also be provided. Table spaces are available for $20. The church is located at 23891 Airport Road, across from Wal-Mart. Contact them at 622-4133.


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PERI Meeting: Public Employee Retiree’s Chapter 77 (PERI) will meet Wednesday, Nov. 6 at the Coshocton Senior Center at 201 Brown’s Lane. The meal will be at noon. Call the Senior Center at 622-4852 to make a lunch reservation. Spaghetti Dinner: A spaghetti dinner and fundraiser auction for the Children of the Moose will be given by The Ladies of the Moose on Nov. 8. Dinner will be from 4:30 - 6 p.m. Take-out is available. Dinner includes shredded chicken and grilled hotdogs. The auction will start at 6 p.m. There will also be a 50/50 drawing. Music will follow the auction. Contact Linda at 294-7834 or Terry at 502-6444 for more information. Craft Bazaar: The Walhonding Valley Ladies Auxilliary will be having a craft bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 9 from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the Walhonding Valley Fire Station. Vendors are needed. Call Kathy at 824-4246 or Sherry at 824-4376. Garden Club Meeting: The Town and Country Club garden club meeting will be Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. at Roscoe United Methodist Church. The speaker will be Doug Anderson. The public is welcome to attend. Christmas Dinner: The Town and Country Club garden club will be having a Christmas dinner at Canal Lewisville United Methodist Church Toy Chest Applications: Coshocton Co Firefighter’s Toy Chest 2013 application dates are Nov. 20 from

Wednesday, Nov. 6, 13, 20, 27: 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.

Basketball Registration: Registration for Lady Redskin Basketball Youth League for 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th graders will be Monday, Nov. 11 and Tuesday, Nov. 12 on the first floor outside Coshocton High School gym from 6 – 7 p.m. on both nights. Cost is $10 per player. Call Paul Bowman at 610-4945 or Craig Hamilton at 502-3668 with any questions. Financial Aid Workshop: A free College Financial Aid Workshop for Coshocton County parents and students will be offered on Tuesday, Nov. 12 at Coshocton High School beginning at 6 p.m. The onehour session will be conducted by a representative of Great Lakes Educational Services and is sponsored by the Coshocton C.A.R.E.S. College Access Program. The information presented will include the various types of financial aid available to students and parents and the application process. Call Brian Crilow at 502-6345 for more information. Spaghetti Supper: River View Wrestling will be having their annual spaghetti supper on Nov. 19. It will be at the Three Rivers Fire Station from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Menu is spaghetti, salad, garlic toast, dessert and drink. Pre-sale tickets are $6. Cost will be $7 at the door. Tickets can be purchased from one of the wrestlers or at the door.

Library Events Monday: 3 - 6 p.m.: Wednesday, Saturday: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.: Books Galore Book Store: Coshocton Public Library: The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has books, magazines, movies, audio 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. Wednesday, Nov. 6, 13, 20, 27: Preschool Story Time: Coshocton Public Library: Children 3 - 5 years old are invited to Preschool Story Time every

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Grief Support Group: The Adult Bereavement Support Group is every other Friday at 11 a.m. at Health Services of Coshocton. There is not an active Children’s Group at this time. If you feel your child is in need of support, call 622-7311 ext. 205. Ask for Mary McCune. Registration is necessary for the Children’s Group.

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Jacob’s Closet: November hours for the Warsaw United Methodist Church’s Jacob’s Closet. The closet will be open every Thursday in November except Thanksgiving from 9 a.m. – Noon On Nov. 14, they will also be open from 5 - 8 p.m. Good, clean clothing is free. They are not accepting any donations of clothing until after the first of the year. The church is located at 130 E. Church St. in Warsaw.

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Thanksgiving Service: The Bakersville Presbyterian Church, located at 28164 Coshocton County Road 97, will be hosting a joint Thanksgiving Service, Tuesday, Nov. 26 at 6:45 p.m. Speaker and special music will be provided by the Amish Mennonite Fellowship Church. All friends, churches, and pastors in and around the Bakersville community are cordially invited to the event. Each person attending is asked to bring non-perishable food staples or canned goods to be given to needy families. A love offering will be taken for billboard evangelism with Christian Aid Ministries. For more information, call (330) 897-2420 or (740) 704-6332.

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Wednesday, Nov. 6: Animanga Club Meeting (Teens): Coshocton Public Library: Fans of manga and anime meet each month to preview anime, discuss manga, share websites, learn about Japanese culture, draw, and much, much more! Call 622-0956 to register. Grades 7-12 only. 5:30 - 7 p.m.

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Thursday, Nov. 7, 14, 21: 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 finger plays. Please register all attendants by calling the library at 622-0956, or register online. 10:30 - 11 a.m. Monday, Nov. 11: Coffee Club: Coshocton Public Library: Senior adults 55 and over are invited to join us for a cup of hot coffee and enlightening conversation. 10:15 a.m. - noon

Exciting land auction in Coshocton County! Offering 373 acres with a good balance of tillable, wooded, and open acreage with approximately 3 miles of road frontage. The buildings include a 2 story farmhouse that was built in 1894, has 3 bedrooms and 1 full bath. Utilities include propane forced air heat, private well and septic. Outbuildings include a 20’x52’ flat barn, old smokehouse, and a shop with basement. Plenty of building sites with panoramic views. Tillable acres consist of good bottom ground and some hill ground HBP Minerals. Timber potential. A great balance of hunting and cropland with minerals being sold with surface rights. PARCEL 1: 6.1 acres w/ house and outbuildings .502’ frontage on CR 475. PARCEL 2: 18.8 acres open/tillable land. 1320’ frontage on Church Road. PARCEL 3: 9.6 acres open land w/ possible building site. 1510’ total frontage on SR 79 and Church Road. PARCEL 4: 7 acres w/ possible building site. 460’ frontage on SR 79. PARCEL 5: 5.8 acres open land w/ building site.329’ frontage on SR 79. PARCEL 6: 54.7 acres open/tillable and wooded land .Good flowing stream..1528’frontage on SR 79. PARCEL 7: 30.5 acres wooded land.1990’ frontage on TR 184. PARCEL 8: 61 acres open/tillable land.811’ frontage on TR 184. PARCEL 9: 34.5 acres open/tillable land.2938’ frontage on SR 79and TR 184. PARCEL 10: 19 acres of wooded land.1316’ frontage on SR 79. PARCEL 11: 33 acres open and wooded land building site. 660” frontage on TR 387. PARCEL 12: 33 acres open and wooded land.building site. 660’ frontage on TR 387. PARCEL 13: 20 acres open and wooded land.building site. 717’ frontage on TR 387. PARCEL 14: 20 acres open and wooded land.building site. 717’ frontage on TR 387. PARCEL 15: 20 acres wooded land. Building site. 717’ frontage on TR 387. Parcels will be offered separate and combined and sells whichever way nets most for seller. Immediate hunting rights will be granted to buyers with 10% downpayment373 Acre. HBP Minerals: Parcels 1-10 mineral rights and royalties transfer to buyer. Parcels 11-15 mineral rights transfer but, the royalties from existing oil &gas wells only, were previously retained. Taxes and Legal: Pike Twp .Coshocton County- Taxes are currently per half year and are under CAUV. Parcel #0 320000010500,#0320000010600,#0320000010700,#0320000010800,#0320000010900,#03200000751000. Fallsbury Twp. Licking County-Taxes for entire farm are currently $1,416.05 per half year .Parcel # 0140321900000, #01403219600000,#01403220200000,#01403220800000 TERMS ON REAL ESTATE: 10% nonrefundable down payment made day of auction balance due at closing .Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding at buyers expense. Acreage and frontage amounts are approximate and subject to final survey. All information contained herein derived from sources deemed reliable but not warranted. Real Estate sells at 12 noon. Call Realtors for appointment to view land.

Tuesday, Nov. 12, 19, 26: Tuesday Evening Preschool Story Time: Coshocton Public Library: Children ages 3 - 5 and their parents or caregivers are invited to listen to stories, sing songs, enjoy rhymes and finger plays during this weekly story time. 6:30 - 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 20: W.L. Coffee Chat for Adults: West Lafayette Branch Library: Adults are invited to the West Lafayette Branch Library for coffee bimonthly on the third Wednesday from 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. Eight of the best-selling fiction and non-fiction books will be featured with hot coffee and tea. Space is limited, so call the West Lafayette Branch Library at 545-6672. 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 21: Pizza and Pages--Children’s Book Club: Coshocton Public Library: Pizza and Pages--The Book Club for children in 4th, 5th, or 6th grades, will be in The Small Meeting Room each month during the school year, except for December. Contact Mrs. Custer at the library to register for this event. This month’s book is ‘A Christmas Carol’ by Charles Dickens 4 - 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21: W.L. B.E.S.T. Night @ The Branch: West Lafayette Branch Library: Books. Electronics. Snacks. Teens. It’s the best night for teens to be at the Branch! Grades 7-12 are invited to enjoy laptops, games on a gaming system, book talks, friends and snacks. Space is limited and you must be registered. Call 545-6672. Registration deadline is Monday, Nov. 18th. 5 - 7 p.m. Friday, November 22: Holiday Open House: Coshocton Public Library: Kick off the holiday season with the library’s annual Holiday Open House held in conjunction with Down Town Merchants Christmas Holiday Parade and shopping preview. Join us for crafts, refreshments and our special guest, Rudolf the Red-nosed Reindeer. 5 - 7 p.m.

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Marriages: Lonnie F. Yoder of Freedom, IN to Elizabeth I. Miller of Warsaw Lewis Kevin Keirns of Coshocton to Andrea Melissa Lyons of Coshocton Thomas Blaine Taylor II of Coshocton to Kara Dawn Clark of Coshocton Land Transfers: 10/24 James Thomas and Virginia Smith to Todd Guthrie and Shawna Bell: $85,000 10/25 Elton and Laura Yoder to David D. and Erma K. Miller: $100,000 Larry G. and Nancy L. Widder to Ramona L. Untied: $67,000 10/28 C. Jai Ungurean and Sandra L. Ungurean to Linda Lee Lahna: $139,900 Andrew E. McVay to Roger Dean Webb and Sherry Lynn Webb: $20,000 Guardian of the Estate of Philip Phillips to Angela M. Kistler: $129,900 Jennifer J. Lahna and Max Lahna to Drexel H. Scott Jr. and Catherine L. Scott: $2,250 10/30 JaMar Holdings, Ltd. to Andrew H. Raber and Susan J. Raber: $17,510 Ryan L. McLaughlin to Brian R. Dovenbarger and Heather R. Dovenbarger: $106,600 10/31 Sally A. Erow and Donald J. Erow to Kathy M. Jones and Terry R. Jones: $25,000 Bruner Land Co. to Michael and Arrica Preston: $16,900 D.K. Miller and G.S. Rehard, Co-Executors, P.N. Rehard Estate to Mitzie L. Reichelderter: $60,000 AB Rentals, LLC to Rick Little and Teresa Little: $2,500 Kenneth E. and Jodi L. Griffith to Ryan J. and Lindsay A. Forbes: $240,000 Jerry L. Myers, sole successor Trustee of the Charles L. Myers Living Trust to Tracy E. and Joann Allen: $77,500 Scott Allen Cross to Carole A. Cross, Trustee: $21,500 Jeffrey Wayne Cross to Carole A. Cross, Trustee: $21,500 David Lynn Cross to Carole A. Cross, Trustee: $21,500 Cathy La Cherry to Carole A. Cross, Trustee: $21,500 Land Transfers Exempt from Conveyance Fees

Setting in historic Roscoe Village this large 2 story home offers 1,376 sq/ft of living space with 4 bedrooms, 1st floor bath gas heat, and central air. Built in 1900 this property has great potential as an investment property or a single family home. Taxes are $788.42 per year. Parcel # 0440000032600 Call Auctioneer Paul Bratton 740-327-6331 Realtor Debbie Myers 740-502-1589 Terms: $1,000 nonrefundable down payment day of auction. Balance due at closing in 30 days. No financing contingencies. Bank letter of approval. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Taxes to be prorated to date of closing. Notes: Property sells as-is to the highest bidder. Don’t miss this one! www.coshoctonauctions.com Auctioneer: Paul Bratton (740-327-6331) License and bonded in favor of Dept. Of Agriculture

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10/25 Heather L. Jamison to Tyler J. Jamison Rickey Eugene Jacobs and Christine Rae Jacobs to Rickey Eugene Jacobs and Christine Rae Jacobs, and Joshua W. Everhart and Christy M. Everhart Jeffrey A. Smith to Marcia L. Wiggans Kenneth Sherrets, Kay Shields, and Connie White to Kenneth Sherrets, Trustee Thomas A. Geese, deceased, to E. Maxine Geese Mary L. Hootman, Trustee to Mary L. Hootman Ricky E. Hahn to Ricky E. Hahn and Kristoffer E. Hahn Betty I. Bradford, deceased, to Sandra L. Allman 10/28 Neal Rodney Lillibridge to Neal Rodney Lillibridge Carole A. Cross, Successor Trustee of the Wayne R. Cross Revocable Trust 10/18/00 to Jeffrey Wayne Cross Brian R. Dovenbarger and Heather R. Dovenbarger to Brian R. Dovenbarger and Heather R. Dovenbarger John R. Unger and Sandra Kay Unger to John R. Unger and Sandra Kay Unger Drexel H. Scott Jr. and Catherine L. Scott to Drexel H. Scott Jr. and Catherine L. Scott Janet J. Lewellen to Douglas K. Lewellen Michael J. Kelton and Tracy L. Kelton to Tracy L. Kelton Lois M. Lawko to William A. Lawko, Trustee of the William A. Lawko Revocable Living Trust dated July 6, 2009 State of Ohio to Tawnya L. Wilson and Thomas J. Wilson State of Ohio to SM Jones Family LLC State of Ohio to SM Jones Family LLC State of Ohio to Deana Guiliiams Mary L. Hootman to Wendy L. Brown, Trustee State of Ohio to Charlie Harmon Welding Svc LLC State of Ohio to Laurel J. Moats 10/30 Paul M. Domer and Wauneta R. Domer to Paul M. Domer Tiger Wood Company Ltd. To Earl M. Ridgley and Amy R. Ridgley Ruth A Larr, deceased, to Randall R. Larr 10/31 Becky L. Morris-Flinner to Rodney E. Flinner Robert E. Howard, Trustee of the Robert E. Howard Trust U/T/D 9/10/07 to Waneta Conner Frederick A. Shaw to Frederick A. Shaw and Donna J. Shaw State of Ohio to Jonathon R. Smith Gregory Michael Nowak to Denise A. Nowak Lawrence E. Wilkin Jr. and Barbara Wilkin to Lawrence E. Wilkin Jr. and Barbara Wilkin Larry E. Hodges, deceased to Leann M. Hodges 10/31 Bank of America N.A. to The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Douglas D. Maneely, deceased to Sally M. Maneely Theresa A. Mitchell to James P. Mitchell State of Ohio to John T. Kaiser DBA Hickory Hill

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University Tuscarawas Branch in the Ohio Small Business Development Center, Room ST209, 330 University Drive NE, New Philadelphia, OH 44663. Registration and payment is required by Wednesday, Nov. 27. Registration forms are available online at www.coshocton.osu.edu. Contact Emily Adams, OSU Extension Coshocton County, for information at 622-2265 or adams.661@osu.edu or visit www.coshocton. osu.edu for details.


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shooting on, from, or across a public roadway. These signs are paid for not by taxpayer money; Replacement of the signs is handled by a fund consisting of private donations, each replacement costing $50. The County Engineers Department assists with removal and installation. “It is primarily a moral issue but it also becomes very personal,” Barstow said. “The signs are a monument designed to pay tribute to servicemen and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice to protect our freedom. “These are veterans who fought and died during the wars in Afghanistan, Vietnam, Korea and World War II.” The same concerns go for the 190 flag holders that were stolen from veterans’ graves throughout the county last spring. The Sheriff’s Office had some suspects but has not yet been able to link them to their crimes. These items are purchased using taxpayer dollars, but thanks to the generous donations from businesses Given-Dawson and Miller Funeral Homes, they were replaced. Local scrap yard owners are now on the lookout for those who believe they can make a quick buck by recycling them. “Anyone living in close proximity to one of the counties’ cemeteries or near one of the KIA bridges are asked to keep a closer eye on these areas and help maintain the integrity of our

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COSHOCTON - The theft of bronze flag holders from the graves of veterans seems to have subsided, but vandalism of Killed-In-Action Memorial Bridge Project signs that are erected throughout the county continues. Recently, another KIA sign situated on Lafayette Township Road 156 was damaged by what appeared to have been a shotgun blast. This marks the fifth time in three years that one of the red and white signs have been used as “target practice” and have had to be replaced. Some signs have been damaged by floodwaters and farm equipment but in the cases where they are riddled with bullet holes that are the most frustrating situations to deal with. “These incidents simply are “not cool” and neither are the person or persons who perpetrate these types of crimes,” said Coshocton County Veterans Service Officer Jim Barstow. It should be noted that these damage reports are no longer being handled solely within the Veterans Office. If a sign is damaged, it is inspected to determine whether it was vandalized or victim of an accident. When foul play is suspected, a report is filed with the Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office and an investigation is being conducted. At minimum, if a person is convicted, they could be facing a second-degree misdemeanor for criminal damaging. According to Lt. Dean Hettinger of the Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office, if the Prosecutor’s Office determines that the property that is damaged is a “tomb, monument, gravestone or other similar structure that is used as a memorial for the dead,” the charge could be a fifth degree felony for vandalism. Hettinger also stated that there is also a hunting provision that prohibits anyone from

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COSHOCTON – The Coshocton Community Choir recently welcomed new members to its 100-voice choir. Twelve new singers from Coshocton and surrounding counties will be participating in the upcoming The Christmas Rose Christmas Concert on Sunday, Dec. 8. They include: Barb Karr, E. Luane Campbell, Kelsey Abel, Meghann Shalosky, Heath Chaney, Tyler Hahn, Chad Putka, Darren Wallace, Anthony Bible, Sam Scott, George Dickson and Jacob Hollar. The Coshocton Community Choir actually includes singers from not only Coshocton County but throughout Central Ohio including Newcomerstown, Dover, Mt. Vernon, Wooster, Zanesville, Cambridge, Westerville, Millersburg, Berlin, Dresden, Morrow, Pickerington, Worthington, Bakersville, Pataskala, Newark, East Liverpool, Mt. Gilead, Columbus, New Concord and Reynoldsburg. Its members range from high school age through senior citizens. The Coshocton Community Choir is now is it

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43rd season, and has commissioned several arrangements from wellknown composers. The choir was founded by and is conducted by Charles R. Snyder. The annual fund campaign is also underway for the Coshocton Community Choir. For those interested in contributing financially to the choir, contact Business Manager Lee Bown, at 427 Roscoe St., Coshocton, OH 43812, or call her at 622-3960. Contributions can also be made online at the choir’s website www. CoshoctonCommunityChoir.org. Contributing members receive complimentary tickets to the choir’s concerts. The Coshocton Community Choir’s Festival Christmas Concert will be held at 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8, at Coshocton High School’s McKinley Auditorium, located at 1205 Cambridge Road in Coshocton. The concert will feature the adult choir, the children’s choir and the youth chorale. Tickets for The Christmas Rose Festival Concert are $10 for adults and $5 for students and are available at the door, on the website, or by calling Lee Bown at 622-3960. For information about the Coshocton Community Choir, the Coshocton Children’s Choir or the Coshocton Youth Chorale, visit www.CoshoctonCommunityChoir.org, or call the choir office at 623-0554.

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years,” said Daughter Samalia Casey. “To me, she is the Woman of the Year, every year. She is the best mother and grandmother you could ask for. Sometimes, I feel it is a curse to be her daughter. She is so caring and determined, that I wonder if I could ever be half the woman that she is. My Mom has always encouraged me to do my best and has set an excellent example. She shows this in everything she does, from home and family to her work at the hospital and in the community. I am always proud to say that Raine Hammond is my Mother. Congratulations Mom, I love you.”


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WKLM Radio in Millersburg. He is a licensed local pastor with the United Methodist Church, serving churches at Blissfield and Killbuck, and he also volunteers with many community endeavors in the greater Coshocton and Holmes County areas. Ken has been an avid student of history ever since catching the bug in the fourth grade. He has been active in local preservation and education efforts, including the Coshocton County Bicentennial in 2011 and many local milestone events. He has volunteered with the Walhonding Valley Historical Society, and in the 1990s, helped with restoration of the only remaining covered bridge in Coshocton County. For more information on Historic Roscoe Village, call (800) 877-1830 or (740) 622-7644 or visit their website at www.roscoevillage.com. The Village is located at 600 N. Whitewoman Street on State Routes 16 and 83 near the junction of US Route 36 in east-central Ohio.

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COSHOCTON – Roscoe Village wraps up the 2013 Lecture Series with Feast or Famine: The Rise and Fall of ‘Main Street’ presented by Ken Smailes. The presentation will take place at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 10 at the Roscoe Village Visitor Center Theater. Ken will take you back in time at the role Main Street has played in the social, economic and historical contexts of local communities. The focus will be on Coshocton and Roscoe, but because many of the same impacts such as railroad, canal, and coal mining influenced the growth and/or decline of outlying communities, Ken will attempt to show that interrelationship as well. Through a highly-visual presentation, there should be something for everyone from all parts of the county. Ken Smailes is a native of Coshocton County, having returned 23 years ago as a newspaper reporter and editor. He has since been news director at WTNS Radio in Coshocton and

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John’s Auto Detailing & Auto Sales, Berlin accepting resumes for part-time, possible full-time. Must be good Seasoned, split firewood, with customers, honest, large loads $55 delivered. Roofing, Siding, Windows, Doors, all home improvegood worker, have driver’s 740-622-5846 ments. Professional results. license. 330-893-0120. Powerwashing and PaintGARAGE SALE ing. References, Insurance Part-Time office help needed immediately. Automotive Nov. 8th & 9th; 9-5. Boys Claims. 740-294-8159 anyknowledge helpful but not clothes, toys, TV, VCR, time required. Send resume to: A/C, sweeper, refrig., the Spring rush! Stock Coshocton County Beacon, welder, Tonneau cover, Beat and build all kinds of wood 226 Main Street, Coshoc- motorcycle, potty chairs, and wire fences. Drive ton, OH 43812 Blind Box 3 adult clothes, misc. 405 posts up to 12ft long for West 5th St. W. Laf. deer fence. Doughty Valley

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Electric, auto self-clean, G.E. range. New heating element, almond color, digital time and temperature. Works great. $100. 740622-8610 evenings.

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Wanted: Pull along camper under $1,000. Leave size, 2BR, 2 full baths, furnished year and price. 740-545- with refrigerator, stove, 9963 washer and dryer. 11 miles from town. $400/mo. plus APARTMENTS deposit. 740-294-0107

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AREA RENTAL INFORMATION. Houses and Apartments. Rent or I’ll help you buy! Call 740-6229791 today! 2 bedroom, 2 story apt. for rent. Metro accepted. 740327-2084

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Coshocton Beauty Salon Be your own boss with fully SPORTING GOODS equipped 3-chair salon. HiCross Bow Horton Summit traffic, 2nd St. location with 150lb. with scope and quiver off-street parking. $795/mo. and 4 arrows and sling. $200. 740-295-4414

For sale, Harmon hot air wood furnace and stove pipe. Gas furnace (Bryant). Gas hot water heater, Bradford White, 40 gallon. 740-824-3133 740-622-1657

2 - 10’w x 7’ 8”h wooden Coshocton County Mem- garage doors. All hardware, ory Garden, one lot-two no openers. $150. for both. spaces in Last Supper Sec- 740-622-6150

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5 room house on Country AGENTS REALTY & AUC- Road 6, call for details 740TION SERVICE “CASH 502-9364 IN A DAY.” WE BUY OR CONSIGN, FURNITURE, Newly built 3-4 bedroom

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2000 Chevy Short Bus, 1 ton, 6.5 diesel, great condition, good tires, new batteries, Reese’s hitch, 8 seats, good tool truck or camper. $1950. Bob at 740-8292748

CLASSIC CARS 1950 Dodge Wayfarer Roadster Run about convertbile with trailer. Show quality, 1-owner, must sell. $30,000. OBO. 740-4985893

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Looking for a mobile home lots/space for rent in or around Coshocton area. Please call 740-552-1936 or 740-294-7101 Ford F350 Super Cab, Lariat, long bed, DRW, HOMES FOR SALE 4WD, V10, automatic, 3 bedroom, 1 bath, brick 91,000 miles, no rust. leathhome in Coshocton. New er, AC, PW, PL, CC, electric kitchen, bath, furnace, win- drivers seat, sliding rear dows, wiring, paint and car- window, aluminum wheels, pet. Nice backyard. Asking spray in liner, Tonneau $78,000. Call 740-502-1286 cover. Two hitches, brake controller, good tires. Exfor more information. cellent condition. $16,000 OBO. 740-545-7906, 740AUTOS 610-7207 Lv. Msg. 1988 Ford Tempo GLS, 115,470 miles, New tie rod, GOT SOMETHING calipers, brake line, alternator, disc brake pads, master YOU REALLY WANT cylinder, wheel cylinder, TO SELL!? front struts, ball joints and CALL NICOLE AT wheel alignment. $800. 740622-4237 622-4327 or 740-610-6159

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homes for rent. Fully appliance kitchen, 2 car garage, w/d hook-up, mini blinds and ceiling fan, handicap accessible homes. Call 740-575-4366 for details. Junk vehicles, scrap metal, “This institution is an equal appliances, batteries junk opportunity provider, and mowers. Also one time employer.” clean up and removal of rubbish. 740-545-5025 MOBILE HOMES

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tion. Price negotiable. Call 740-622-7623 leave your 7 foot Harvard Air Hockey number. table, excellent condition, $325. Multi-Activity game FIREWOOD table, $50. Entertainment Seasoned Firewood Cher- center $30. 740-622-5222 ry-Walnut-Oak and other SERVICES OFFERED woods. Cut/Split/Delivered $75 each load. (Will cut to “Handyman” I’ll do all difsize and length). Campfire ferent kinds of handyman wood! Build your winter sup- work and home repair. ply. 740-502-3657 740-294- Also, roofing, roof repair, 0727 roof coating, driveway sealing, house painting, siding, For Sale: Firewood, split gutter cleaning, yard work, and round, seasoned. $45 hauling brush, scrap metals short pick up and $55 long and other things. “Dependbed. Happy Hill Farms. 740- able” “Reasonable Prices” 545-7536 ext. 1 Local number 740-575-4571


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4x4 & All Wheel Drive SUV SALE! MADE IN OHIO

Power Windows & Locks, Sunroof, Alloy Wheels, Air

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Remote Start, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.

SALE PRICE

11,961

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08 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER 4X4 Power Sunroof, Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.

SALE PRICE

14,971

$

09 CADILLAC CTS AWD All Wheel DRIVE, Power Sunroof, Leather Seats, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air

21,931

$

SALE PRICE

13,999

$

SALE PRICE

06 HUMMER H3

4x4, Power Heated Leather Seats, Keyless Entry, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Tow Package

17,977

$

SALE PRICE

11 GMC TERRAIN SLE AWD Power Seat, Sunroof, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.

21,981

13 CHEVY EQUINOX AWD 09 CHEVY SUBURBAN LTZ 4X4 Only 17,000 Miles!!!,Power Sunroof., Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels

SALE PRICE

25,991

$

94 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 4X4 Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels.

1,750

Power Seats, Remote Start, Sunroof, Leather, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels.

94 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 4X4 Power Windows & Locks, Roof Rack, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.

$

$

02 JEEP LIBERTY 4X4 Power Windows & Locks, CD

99 FORD EXPEDITION XLT 4X4

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Running Boards, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy wheels, Air.

$

05 CHEVY EQUINOX AWD Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels

5,991

SALE PRICE

07 MAZDA CX-9 AWD

08 JEEP WRANGLER 4X4 Manual, Running Boards, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, CD Stereo, Air, Tow Package, Offroad

$17,988

SALE PRICE

11 CHEVY TRAVERSE AWD

SALE PRICE

22,942

$

11 LINCOLN MKX

29,991

$

01 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 4X4 Power Seats, Sunroof, Leather, Alloy Wheels

3,981

$

07 JEEP CHEROKEE LAREDO 4X4

Power Seats, Reverse Parking Aid, Roof Rack, Sunroof, Heated Leather, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels.

SALE PRICE

SALE PRICE

14,632

$

22,991

$

$

29,991

00 FORD EXPLORER 4X4

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Roof Rack, Heated Leather, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.

3,991

$

SALE PRICE

19,481

Power Seats, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.

5,991

$

04 GMC YUKON SLT 4X4

Power Windows & Locks, Keyless Entry, Fog Lights, Bose Speakers, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.

$

$

$

SALE PRICE

24,971

13 CHEVY TRAVERSE AWD Power Sunroof, TV/DVD, Leather Heated Seats, Bose Speakers, Alloy Wheels.

35,997

$ SALE PRICE

01 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 4X4 Power Windows & Locks, Roof Rack, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.

3,992

$

02 GMC ENVOY XL SLE 4X4

4,991

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.

12 JEEP LIBERTY 4X4 Only 29,000 Miles!!! Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air

12 GMC TERRAIN AWD

4x4, Power Sunroof, Leather Seats, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package

07 CHEVY TAHOE LT 4X4

16,991

$

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air

02 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER LTZ

8,999

SALE PRICE

10 GMC TERRAIN SLT AWD

$

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Power Sunroof, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air

09 DODGE JOURNEY AWD Power Sunroof, TV/DVD, Heated Leather Seats, Navigation, Alloy Wheels, Air.

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels, Leather.

13 CHEVY TRAVERSE LT AWD

04 FORD EXPLORER XLT 4X4 04 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LTD 4X4

$6,992

17,991

$

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Air.

AWD, Leather Power Seats, Sunroof, Navigation, CD Stereo, Air, Tow Package.

SALE PRICE

SALE PRICE

$

Power Seat, Power Wndows & Locks, Running Boards, Roof Rack, Fog Lights, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Tow

14,988

$

Power Sunroof, Bose Speakers, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package..

1,750

4,991

4,481

$

$

29,991

$

SALE PRICE

14,688

$

SALE PRICE

08 FORD ESCAPE XLT 4X4 Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, 6 CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.

Power Seat, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Traction Control

$

SALE PRICE

08 GMC ENVOY SLE 4X4 Power Seat, Running Boards, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Tow Package

10,942

06 CHEVY EQUINOX AWD Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo

5,991

$

05 CHEVY SUBURBAN 4X4

Leather Seats, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.

$

12,991

08 CHEVY SUBURBAN LT 4X4

11 GMC YUKON DENALI XL 4X4

$24,371

$45,991

17,991

Power Seats, Sunroof, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package

$

Power Seats, Power Sunroof, TV/DVD, Heated Leather Seats, CD Stereo.

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