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and oboe, “There Is No Rose,” based on an ancient Christmas text. Other audience favorites will include Paul Christiansen’s setting of “O Holy Night,” a lovely setting of “Away in a Manger” sung by the children’s choir, the familiar “Carol of the Bells,” two contemporary Christmas spirituals, and the calypso carol “Mary’s Little Boy Chile,” made famous by singer Harry Belafonte. Members of the audience will join the choirs and instrumentalists in singing “We Three Kings of Orient.” The concert features the 100-voice adult choir (now in its 43rd season), 42 singers in grades four through eight in the Coshocton Children’s Choir (now in its 27th season), 56 high school singers in the Coshocton Youth Chorale (in its 12th season), the Roscoe Brass Quintet, pianists Dickie Barrick and Mark Wagner, Deborah Jones on Oboe, and percussionist Jeff Myers. “Those who come to one of our concerts for the first time – especially those from a metropolitan area – often share their pleasant surprise when they see and hear 200 musicians from our area unite to offer their gifts of music,” Snyder said. “Many of our regular concert attendees tell us that their Christmas celebration begins with this concert. We invite you to share the joy of the season with us on Dec. 8.” Tickets for The Christmas Rose Festival Concert are $10 for adults and $5 for students. Tickets are available at the door or online at www.CoshoctonCommunityChoir.org. Tickets are also available at these presale tickets outlets: Liberty House in Roscoe Village; Good News Book Store, Buehlers Food Market, and Marilyn’s Natural Foods in Coshocton; Home Loan Savings Bank in West Lafayette and Baker’s Foods in Newcomerstown. The concert is held at Coshocton High School’s McKinley Auditorium located at 1205 Cambridge Road. For information, contact the Coshocton Community Choir at 623-0554, www.CoshoctonCommunityChoir.org or find them on Facebook.

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COSHOCTON — The Christmas Rose is the theme of the Coshocton Community Choir’s Festival Christmas Concert at 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8. More than 200 musicians from throughout central Ohio will weave together the Christmas Story at Coshocton High School’s McKinley Auditorium. Musical selections during the 90-minute concert span the centuries as the adult choir, the Children’s Choir and the Youth Chorale, all under the direction of Charles R. Snyder, perform a mix of sacred and secular choral music. “Christmas songs and scripture abound with imagery of flowers blooming in the desert,” Snyder said. “Some songs see Jesus as the Christmas Rose; others speak of Mary as the flower that bore the Savior. As always, choosing a new theme each year allows us to see the Christmas story through a different lens. Once again, our artist friend Tom Kulewicz has beautifully captured that in the logo he’s designed for this concert.” This year’s concert narration has been written by The Rev. Richard K. Hoover, retired pastor of Roscoe United Methodist Church. “His love of music and his ability to capture and relate scriptural truth with poetic beauty make him a natural for this task,” Snyder said. “He also wrote the concert story for us in 2009. We are grateful that he agreed to tackle this task again.” Snyder says the songs suggested by The Christmas Rose theme include the time-honored “Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming”; composer friend Garry Cornell’s “One Perfect Flower”; the seasonal favorite, “Gesu Bambino” by Pietro Yon; and Z. Randall Stroope’s hauntingly beautiful piece for women’s voices with piano

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tradition of the day. Can ootball, food, you really blame the football, food and retailers? After all, if even more football people are going to shop and food. What else is – and frequent the stores there to talk about after then who, really, is to a weekend of thrilling blame for the madness? finishes? Obviously, the Locally, we have many Buckeyes one point win options to help people. against that team from You probably know up north has propelled someone that could use them into a possible some help this holiday championship game MARK FORTUNE season. Think about your versus Florida State. Or family and friends – helping those does it? Auburn might have something to you are close too is perhaps one of say about that. THAT was a finish! the greatest gifts you can give. I imagine you have seen the missed Our community is headed into field goal return of 109 yards and what is a great time of the year. fans storming the field in a frenzied You can celebrate the season at a celebration several times by now local school with drama, musicals, on the sports channels, internet or kids programs and more. You can other places. Both teams believe celebrate by watching the Coshocton they have earned the right to head Community Choir perform in what to the BCS title game. We might is always a terrific presentation. You want to remember that there is still can take in a play at the Triple Locks a game remaining for both teams. Theatre; support the Higher Hopes The Buckeyes face off against auction, and many, many more Michigan State this Saturday night opportunities. while Auburn takes on Missouri. Something that is also very The title game will come down to important to remember during this weekend. The Buckeyes must this time of year – is to shop local. put up a good showing against the Shopping local keeps your dollars Spartans and Auburn needs to win moving in our community. It allows big against the Tigers. Then it is up businesses to keep people employed, to the calculations. We will see. pay local taxes that help keep our Do you have an opinion on streets paved and our community stores being open on Thanksgiving looking good. Yes, we all know that Day this year? The list grows longer the internet provides a luxury of each year while the hours open is also shopping that did not exist in the lives extended. I predict that there will be a of our forefathers. And admittedly year where Thanksgiving Day is truly you can’t find everything you need known as the beginning of the holiday locally. But I bet you could find shopping season and perhaps nothing most of it if you just sat back, let that more. I hope not but it seems that Thanksgiving Day meal digest and our insatiable and inalienable rights wrote out your list. Checking it twice to shop and consume overpower the of course.

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To the Editor, Several weeks ago we needed the EMT service and were greatly impressed by how professional, kind and understanding they were. Then just recently, because of an electrical problem, the Coshocton Fire Department came and efficiently evaluated the situation and showed their concern for our well being. Also our electrician and AEP did a super job in restoring our power. Thanks also to the neighbors who came over, some very early in the morning. Ken and Norma Grewe Coshocton

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COSHOCTON - The Board of Directors of Ohio Heritage Bancorp has declared a dividend of $1.21 per share to shareholders of record as of Oct. 31, and payable Nov. 15. This represents an increase of 10 percent over the previous year. “Ohio Heritage Bancorp is very pleased to approve an increase in dividend for our shareholders. Ohio Heritage is optimistic about our future. We have the greatest employees working here. They are talented, caring and provide great customer service to the communities we serve. We expect to continue to grow and support the markets we are in. We also want to thank our shareholders for their support”, said W.R. Baker, chairman of the Board of Ohio Heritage Bancorp. The Coshocton Ohio based corporation is the parent company of Ohio Heritage Bank and Ohio Heritage Financial Services. Ohio Heritage Bank founded in October 1995, serves consumers, businesses, organizations, and local government in four counties with full service banking centers operating in Coshocton, Newark, Heath, Mt. Vernon, and New Philadelphia.

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Journey to Christ’s birth at the Live Nativity By Beth Scott COSHOCTON – With all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, it’s hard to focus on the true meaning of the season. This Christmas, take a step back in time to the busy marketplace of Bethlehem, the tax collectors on the streets, the inn where Mary and Joseph were turned away, angels proclaiming the good news through song, shepherds in the fields watching their flocks, and finally, the stable where the Prince of Peace was born. All of this and more can be seen at the Coshocton Christian Tabernacle’s Live Nativity Dec. 6-8 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. “The marketplace scene is really neat,” said Jamie Williams, PR coordinator for the event. “It’s our biggest scene with people dressed in Biblical times and walking

around selling wares and buying things.” The Live Nativity doesn’t stop with the birth of Jesus. It continues throughout his life and death, ending with his resurrection. “We want to show the whole story so everyone gets the idea of why he came, why he was born, and why he died,” said Jackie Wagner, coordinator of the event since its inception 16 years ago. More than 100 church members participate in this event each year, the youngest being an infant and the oldest this year is 70 years old. Live animals, including three camels, meander through the different Biblical scenes. The event is drive-thru only and luminaries will light the way. At the end of the drive-thru, everyone will receive a CD of the Christmas story as told by the pastor of

the church. “It tells the Christmas story,” said Wagner. “And people like hearing what it’s really about. It’s a great family event.” The Live Nativity has always been wellreceived by the community and has become a tradition for a lot of Coshocton residents, and for the church as well. “I think it’s an awesome way to start out the Christmas season,” said Williams. “To take a pause and remember the reason for the season. It’s something we all enjoy doing and it’s our free gift to the community.” BETH@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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“You don’t have to register to be in the parade,” Maurer said. “You can just show up and get put in the lineup.” The West Lafayette Chamber of Commerce also is sponsoring its third annual Christmas Lighting Contest. Displays will be judged by Santa from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14. Participants must register by 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, at Brother’s Hardware. There is a $10 registration fee, but first place in the 43845 zip code will receive $100. An old fashioned Christmas also can be experienced this weekend at Roscoe Village during the first of three Christmas Candlelightings. The events are scheduled for Saturdays, Dec. 7, 14, and 21, and feature a variety of family fun activities such as horsedrawn carriage rides, roasted chestnuts, strolling carolers, complimentary hot-mulled cider, cookies, visits with Santa and of course the candlelighting ceremony at 6 p.m. at the main stage in the middle of the village. For more information on Christmas Candlelightings, call 622-7644 or 800-877-1830 or visit http://www.roscoevillage.com/. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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holiday favorites like “Jingle Bell Rock” and “We Wish You a Merry Christmas.” They also sang “Silent Night” while candle light spread throughout those in attendance. “This is fun and very cool,” said Josh Northfleet. He sipped on hot chocolate while listening to his sister sing in the choir. After the choir wrapped up its joyful tunes, Santa arrived to visit with all the children. Santa will make another appearance Saturday, Dec. 7, when the West Lafayette Chamber of Commerce hosts its Christmas in the Village. The list of activities includes a pancake breakfast by the Lion’s Club from 7:30 to 10 a.m. at the West Lafayette Methodist Church, the Club Aries Craft Show from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Ridgewood High School and the Santa Parade at 1 p.m. “The chamber started this many years ago and we just like to keep the tradition going and welcome Santa to the village,” said Christie Maurer, president of the chamber. Santa will make his appearance in the village at the end of the parade, which works its way down Main Street and to the band stand at Burt Park. Once there, Santa greets all the children and passes out candy to them. Line up for the parade is at 12:30 p.m. at Lafayette Point.

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The 56th annual Warsaw Lions Minstrel Show provided laughs aplenty and a few surprises along the way. The theme was “Hooked on a Feeling”. For more than a year, guests at the show did not know who was going to be the interlocutor after long-time interlocutor Jim Bartlett announced his retirement from the position at last year’s show. Jesse Fischer stepped into the role and after stumbling and bumbling his way through a few announcements – was promptly replaced by – SURPRISE – Mr. Bartlett. Of course, Fischer played along nicely as he will move into the role eventually. The skit pictured drew lots of laughs with Bob Knicely, Nick Fischer and Darrell Kaiser performing a “short” skit. The Warsaw Lions Minstrel Show is always full of great music, laughs and an opportunity for people to socialize. Larry Pepper provides an emotional talk at the end that always gives you pause. Once again, the Warsaw Lions Minstrel Show outdid themselves at this year’s show. There are simply too many good and talented folks to mention here – suffice it to say that for those that saw the show, you know that our community is indeed blessed to have this program each year. For more photos, visit www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com. BEACON

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to be,” said Shara Prindle, owner of The Frame Shop. In addition to The Frame Shop, the Gallery Hop will feature three other art venues in Coshocton: Commonwealth Americana at Keifer’s Florist in Roscoe Village, The Pomerene Center for the Arts, and the JohnsonHumrickhouse Museum. The goal is to have an activity at each location with refreshments and art. The event is free. “I want to get people into our places that maybe they have never been,” said Prindle. During 2014, Prindle will be featuring a different local artist each month at The Frame Shop. Her artwork will be featured January and February and she has artists lined up to showcase their works for the next few months afterward. “Each month, I want to do something to promote the business, the gallery, and the art in Coshocton,” said Prindle. In September, Prindle is planning a large outdoor event in commemoration of their 20th anniversary. In addition to the gallery, The Frame Shop is still selling art supplies in the back of the store. “It’s relaxing,” said Prindle about painting. “It’s peaceful. I paint to give me peace and hopefully to give my observer peace. It’s easy to get lost in painting.” To learn more about The Gallery Hop, call The Frame Shop at 622-7800 or find them on Facebook. BETH@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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COSHOCTON - In September of 2014, The Frame Shop, located at 1030 Chestnut Street, Coshocton, will be celebrating its 20th anniversary and will be featuring special exhibits throughout the year. To kick off the celebrations a little early, they will be hosting a Gallery Hop on Saturday, Dec. 28. Now through Dec. 23, people are encouraged to stop by The Frame Shop and view their exhibited art. Consisting of 28 pieces, each painting was done by a local artist. Don’t forget to vote for your favorite before you leave. Votes will be tallied up at the end of the show and the winner of the People’s Choice will receive $100 in store credit. Most pieces are for sale. “My main goal is to get artists more enthusiastic in Coshocton County like we used

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COSHOCTON — Julie Van Winkle, director of the 26th annual Great Ohio Bicycle Adventure (GOBA), announced Nov. 25, that the 2014 tour, June 14-21, will feature a route in the northeastern quadrant of Ohio, which will include Coshocton. The expected 2,500 riders will start gathering for the tour on Saturday, June 14, at the Richland County Fairgrounds in Mansfield. They will begin cycling on Sunday, June 15, covering an average of 50 miles per day, and will overnight in Orrville on Sunday, Coshocton on Monday and Tuesday, Mount Vernon on Wednesday and Thursday, Bucyrus on Friday, and will return to Mansfield on Saturday, June 21. Some of the many attractions featured on this tour include the Richland Carrousel Park, Roscoe Village, Monticello III Canal Boat, Mohawk Dam, Kokosing Gap Trail, Historic Woodward Opera House, Lincoln Highway, Secrest Arboretum, Charles Mill Lake, Orrville Railroad Museum, Holmes County Trail, Millersburg, Underground Railroad sites, Bucyrus’ own 50’s Memories at Carl’s Gas Station, and other historic sites, covered bridges, and nature areas. “We are so excited to welcome the GOBA riders to Coshocton once again for a two-night stay,” said Jan Myers, Director of the Coshocton

TRIBUTED TO THE BEACON Visitors Bureau. “This will be the fifth time GOBA has been to Coshocton as part of their tour. The last time they were here was in 2008. Most of them will be staying at the Lake Park Complex and spending time visiting our attractions, shops and restaurants. It is always so fun to see all the bicycles everywhere throughout the community when they are here.” The fun-filled week will include the traditional bicycle parade and the gala opening ceremonies in Mansfield; family-oriented entertainment each night; two layover days offering bicycle loops of 50- or 100-miles to Zoar Village, Sugarcreek, or Utica; swimming; optional excursions to Zoar Village, Sugarcreek, Rolling Ridge Ranch, Dawes Arboretum, or a cruise on Buckeye Lake; and the ever-popular GOBA Song Contest. “The 2014 GOBA tour features the theme “Take a Ride on the Wild Side!” and offers a ride that promises to be a little bit hilly, a little bit wild, a lot family-friendly, and 100 percent joy,” Van Winkle stated. Held annually in June, GOBA features bicycle touring at a leisurely pace, for approximately 50 miles per day for one week. This will be the 26 year for GOBA. The tour is owned and organized by Columbus Outdoor Pursuits, a nonprofit organization, for the benefit of bicycle-related projects in Ohio. In 2013, 2,300 people from 40 states; the District of Columbia; Japan; Switzerland; and Manitoba, Ontario, and Nova Scotia, Canada, took part in the tour. Included in this number were many families: nearly 20 percent of the participants are children traveling with their parents, making GOBA the largest family-oriented bicycle tour in the world. Over the past 25 years GOBA has been

instrumental in generating nearly $10 million in tourism revenues in the towns along the route, as well as in providing access to Ohio’s rural treasures to people from all over the country. “Some of the best experiences on GOBA come from the interaction with the people and places that we find in the great towns of Ohio,” Van Winkle stated. Those interested in receiving registration information and tour details can request a brochure by calling 614-273-0811, or by visiting the website at www.goba.com. Brochures will also be available by February in many Ohio bicycle shops. Advance registration is required with a deadline of May 14, 2014.

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COSHOCTON - One word that is being thrown around the wrestling mat at Coshocton High School will pretty well describe the outlook that head coach Tim Ward has for the 2013-14 season: Excitement. The Redskins return 16 lettermen, led by junior Dom Johns and four senior leaders, which gives Ward reason to believe that the season will be successful. Depth is a definite asset when it comes to giving the Red and Black a competitive edge. “With 16 returning wrestlers, it will make our team better,” Ward said. “We will be able to fill every weight class this year. It will be tough to make the varsity team. We are young and working hard twice a day to get better.” Johns fought his way to a 44-15 overall record last year and capped off the season by finishing sixth at the Ohio High School Athletic Association state tournament where he compiled a 3-3 mark. His overall win total was a school record for sophomores and embodies the reason for the excitement surrounding the team. “He is a lot of fun to watch, but he gives me a heart attack every time he wrestles,” Ward said. Johns will bump up to the 182-pound weight class this year. Among the seniors, Colton Jordan went 23-20 on his way to the districts as a 113-pound sophomore and missed his junior year due to medical reasons. He will battle at either 138 or 145 this year. Having come on strong at the end of the season, Micha Demoss fell just one win shy of advancing to the districts while going 18-24 and Tyler Gentile had a 4-15 record and will compete for a spot in the middle weight classes. At 220 pounds, Josh Ackley returns after a 23-15 mark and an appearance in the district tournament. “Josh is a wrestler whose time will come as long as he works hard in the wrestling room,” Ward said. Paul Kinard also represents the junior class and will be seeking his third varsity letter. He battled to a 9-7 mark a year ago and has an inside track on the 160-pound slot. Included in a deep and talented sophomore class are district qualifiers Tanner Ward, Kyle Bergeron and Brennen Alverson. Ward went 28-20 as a 106-pound freshman and the son of the head coach. Bergeron was 20-23 and Alverson was 24-26. Coach Ward also believes Jeremy Bresciani (170), Jacoby Spang, Christian Redman (182), Camron Redman (285), Tanner Shaw and Tanner Howell (220/285) will make an impact as they return nearly 50 wins amongst them while Caleb Meek, Trystn VanAtta have shown improvement. Also returning to the mat is Jake Fortney, who played basketball the past two seasons. The freshman group is large and only lost one dual meet in the past two years. Leading the list is Sam Fortune, who qualified for the junior

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COSHOCTON WRESTLING

Tanner Ward, Kyle Bergeron, Brice George, Austin Spitzer, Kaedyn Carroll, Chris Addy, Sam Fortune, Brennen Alverson, Raiden Albert, Tyler Gentile, Jonathan Eberwine, Caleb Meek, Micah DeMoss, Tristyn VanAtta, Colton Jordan, Jacoby Spang, Paul Kinard, Jeremy Bresciani, Christian Redman, Josh Wilson, Dom Johns, Jake Fortney, Kevin Hardy, Camron Redman, Tanner Shaw, Harley Powers, Tanner Howell, Bryce Nemeth, Josh Ackley; Coaches: Head Coach: Tim Ward, Assistant Coach: Adam Clark (Names not in order of appearance.) PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON BY LENZO STUDIO

Schedule

Date Place Opponent Time Dec. 5 Away Tri-Meet 6:00 Dec. 6 Away WIT Invite 4:30 Dec. 7 Away WIT Invite 11:00 Dec. 19 Home Coshocton County Tri-Meet 6:00 Dec. 28 Away Cardington Duals 10:00 Jan. 3 Home Coshocton Classic 12:00 Jan. 4 Home Coshocton Classic 11:00 Jan. 8 Away Tri-Meet 6:00 Jan. 10 Away Marion Invite 4:00 Jan. 11 Away Marion Invite 10:00 Jan. 15 Away Tri-Meet 6:00 Jan. 18 Away Husky Invite 10:00 Jan. 25 Home Tri-Meet 1:00 Jan. 30 Away Tri-Meet 5:00 Feb. 1 Away ECOL 10:00 Feb. 14-15 Away Sectional TBA Feb. 21-22 Away Districts TBA Feb. 27-Mar 1 Away State TBA 0018_120413

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Coshocton Swimming

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BY JIM BARSTOW

COSHOCTON SWIMMING Reanna Ackley, Allen Marquez, Cassidy Cantrell, Severi Vouri, Michaela Guinther, Taylor Holderbaum, Amia Woods, Sydney Ringenberg, Talon Babcock, Jenny Simpson, Seth Casey, Kristjan Jones, Cody McVay, Bryce Philabaum, Georgia Brown, Marcus Csapak, Ula Chodun, Brice Lillibridge, Marina Fernandes, Brian Rogers, Emily Hartley, Keeley Misener, Jacqueline Roman, Peyton Bair, Jacob Blank, Quantesha Carlton, Marc Smith, Casey Fortney, Alex Wheeler, Maisie Mitchell, Kaitlyn Salmans; Coaches: Head Coach: Julia Shaw, Assistant Coach: Cari Weaver, Volunteer Assistant Coach: Nat McColley (Names not in order of appearance.) PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON BY LENZO STUDIO

Schedule

Date Place Opponent Time Dec. 7 Away Dover Invite 1:30 Dec. 10 Home Tri-Meet 6:00 Dec. 14 Away RV Invite 10:00 Dec. 18 Away Dover 6:00 Dec. 21 Away Lexington 2:00 Dec. 28 Home Tri-Meet 11:00 Jan. 2 Home New Philadelphia 3:00 Jan. 7 Home Tri-Meet 6:00 Jan. 11 Home Coshocton Invite 10:00 Jan. 15 Home New Philadelphia 6:00 Jan. 17 Home ECOL 5:00 Jan. 21 Home Tri-Valley 6:00 Feb. 1 Away Mansfield Sr. 11:00

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COSHOCTON - The Coshocton High School swim team will again hope to make an impact as it begins the 2013-14 high school season. Under new head coach Julie Shaw, the Redskins return 12 letter winners between the boys and girls teams while welcoming 17 new faces to the program. “We have a lot of new swimmers this year but we feel they have a lot of potential,” said Shaw.”They are hard workers and are very willing to learn.” For the girls’ team, returning letter winners include seniors Kaitlyn Salmans, Casey Fortney and Peyton Bair while Jacqueline Roman and Georgia Brown represent the junior class. Jenny Simpson is the lone sophomore who returns after earning a letter last season. Newcomers to the team are seniors Quantesha Carlton and Maisie Mitchell; juniors Ula Chodun, Marina Fernandes, Emily Hartley and Keely Misener; sophomore Sydney Ringenberg; and freshmen Severi Vouiri, Reanna Ackley, Cassidy Cantrell, Michaela Guinther, Taylor Holderbaum and Amia Woods. Ringenberg may be new to the program but not to swimming. She has swam competitively for the Rising Tide Aquatic Club for more than seven years. “She should be a great addition to the team and girls’ relays,” Shaw said. On the boys’ side, seniors Marc Smith, Alex Wheeler and Jacob Blank will provide leadership and experience while juniors are Brice Lillibridge and newcomer Brian Rogers. Rogers is new to the program after having transferred from Ridgewood, where he lettered as a freshman and sophomore as a 200 freestyler and in the 100 breaststroke. He also will bolster the Redskins’ relay teams. “As a team, their goal is to make it to the state championship meet in the relays,” Shaw said. Sophomore returnees are Cody McVay and Bryce Philabaum. New to the team are sophomores Talon Babcock and Seth Casey. “Our returning boys will definitely be the strength of the team and with the addition of Rogers, we should prove to be very strong,” Shaw said. The Redskins opened the season on Nov. 25 by hosting River View and Orrville and battled Liberty Union and Granville on Dec. 3. They should benefit from eight more meets in friendly waters as CHS hosts the Coshocton Invitational on Jan. 11 and the East Central Ohio League Championships on Jan. 17. Shaw is assisted by Carrie Weaver and Nat McColley.

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WEST LAFAYETTE – Take a quick peek into the Ridgewood High School wrestling room and you will see one obvious difference from a year ago: It is a lot more crowded. Combined with the return of seven lettermen, the Generals have added nine incoming freshmen to bring the entire roster to 20 wrestlers, which will bode well as the season progresses. “The team is made up of a core of experienced upperclassmen and a big group of freshmen who have wrestled in our system all the way up through,” said Nate Carpenter, now in his third season as head coach. Back for the Generals are seniors and three year lettermen Garret Bethel and Cole Zeigler. Bethel will wrestle in the 160-pound weight class while Zeigler will man the 126 pound class. “One strength is our two senior leaders,” Carpenter said. “They were our only juniors on a team with no seniors last year so they have already spent one season being the leaders of the team. That experience should help them keep our young group together.” Also returning is another senior in Phillip Shannon (152) who brings with him two previous varsity letters. Juniors Thor Reed (152), Kelly Barthalow (285) and Zach Donley (182) are seeking their third letters while classmate Ben Hostetler (170) also earned his first letter last year. Other juniors include Nathan Schwartz (132) and Matt Deltorro (170) while sophomores are Chancey Johnston (285) and Cory Shaw (145). Freshmen are James Kedigh (195), Kyle Bethel (126), Colton Bethel (106), Kevin Bethel (138), Anthony Haarman (220), Kaden Edie (170), Javon Merrill (120), Kasey Bethel (145) and Adam Buckler (138). “A key for our success this year will be to keep working as the year progresses,” Carpenter said. “Our young guys are going to take some lumps early but if they keep their heads up and continue to work they could be dangerous by the end of the year.” Ridgewood opens the season on Friday, Dec. 6th at the Smithville Invitational. The first home match will be an Inter-Valley Conference Triangular with Sandy Valley and Newcomerstown.

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high state tournament. The top loss to graduation was Mark Leply, a district qualifier and the owner of 120 career victories. “We could have up to five wrestlers who could break the wins record for sophomores,” Coach Ward said. “We’re looking for great things. We have a lot of big wrestlers so if someone gets hurt or sick, we won’t miss a beat. There is a lot of great competition for spots on the team.” “We are going to be in shape and if you take the match into the third period, anything can happen,” Coach Ward said. Ward believes the East Central Ohio League will be a battle night in and night out.

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Row 1 Kotlton Bethel, Javon Merrill, Nathan Schwartz, Kevin Bethel, Kyle Bethel, Kasey Bethel, Matthew Deltoro, Abram Buckler; Row 2 James Kedigh, Ben Hostetler, Thor Reed, Zach Donley, Kelly Barthalow, Cole Zeigler, Garrett Bethel; Row 3 Kaden Eddie, Anthony Haarman, Brianna Grace, Sam Carpenter, Sydney Bone, Chad Massie, Kimi Pepping, Head Coach Nate Carpenter, Megan Wartenbee, Leroy Bethel, Jaedyn Wentz, Chancey Johnston, Cory Shaw PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON BY LENZO STUDIO

Schedule

Date Place Opponent Time Dec. 6 Away Smithville Invite 4:30 Dec. 7 Away Smithville Invite 9:00 Dec. 12 Home NCT w/Sandy Valley 6:00 Dec. 14 Away Hopewell Invite @ Beaver Loc. 10:00 Dec. 19 Away County Invite @ Coshocton 6:00 Dec. 28 Away Cardington Invite 8:00 Jan. 3 Away Stitchco 12:00 Jan. 4 Away Stitchco 11:00 Jan. 9 Away Malvern w/ Garaway 6:00 Jan. 18 Away Heath Invite 10:00 Jan. 25 Away River View Invite 10:00 Feb. 5 Away Indian Valley w/ Tusky Valley 6:00 Feb. 8 Away IVC @ Malvern 8:00 “I hope to turn some heads in the ECOL but it might take a little time with some of our wrestlers,” Coach Ward said. “The league is as tough as any in the state. “Right now, we are just working on daily attitudes and fighting demons that stand in the way of our alarm clocks. We will battle until the end of each and every match.”

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Dalton Hammond, Brendan Dickson, Lydia Els, Trevis Stamper, Lauren Brinken, Elayna Belt, Fawn Denbow, Chelsea Hammond, Allison Amore, Andrea Barnett, Cecilia Brown, Trevor Wine, Christen Whitt, Shelby Mizer, Meredith Stamper, Samantha Douglass, KJ Smailes, Madison Woolard, Margaret Snyder, Nate Cooper, Jade Poorman, Kristen Douglass, Shawna Shroyer, Michael Hardesty, Molly Schlupp, Audree Murray, Kristian Meek, Mackenzie Hudson; Coaches: Joe Douglas, Jon Els, Hannah Roush, Kristina King (Names not in order of appearance.) PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON BY LENZO

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Schedule Date Place Opponent Time Dec. 7 Away Dover Invite 1:30 Dec. 11 Away New Philadelphia 6:00 Dec. 14 Home RV Invite 10:00 Dec. 18 Away Granville/West M 6:00 Dec. 21 Home Newark 10:00 Jan. 2 Home Dover Invite 6:00 Jan. 6 Home Tri-Valley 6:00 Jan. 11 Away Coshocton Invite 10:00 Jan. 17 Away ECOL @ Coshocton 5:00 Jan. 25 Home John Glenn 10:00 Feb. 8 Away Sec @ Steubenville 10:00

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WARSAW - In her first season as the head coach of the River View High School swim team, Kristina King is keeping with the fundamentals. “Our goals for the season are to build on the solid team that has returned and to train new members to be key swimmers for the future,” she said. “I have high expectations to be competitive. The solid foundation she has inherited includes several outstanding swimmers on the girls’ team. Among them is junior Lydia Els, who in the first meet of the season established a pair of new school records after coming off a stellar sophomore season. Primarily a distance freestyler, Els will be utilized in different events throughout the season, including the relays. “She is an elite swimmer and competent in all strokes and distances,” said King. Also returning are junior Shelby Mizer and sophomore Kristen Douglass who will excel in the sprints and sprint-relays. Sophomore Samantha Douglass well battle in the mid-distance, distance and relays while another sophomore, K.J. Smailes, will compete in the breaststroke and relays. The lone senior on the team is Lauren Brinker. Other returnees include Christen Whitt and Elayna Belt, both juniors. Also on the team are: Juniors Fawn Denbow, Chelsea Hammond and Allison Amore; sophomores C.C. Brown, Meredith Stamper and Andrea Barnett; and freshman Madison Wollard, Shawna Shroyer, Maggie Snyder, Molly Schlupp, Audree Murray, Kristian Meek and Mackenzie Hudson. King has high expectations for Shroyer and Schlupp, who both have experience from non-scholastic swimming. “We are solid in numbers and capabilities,” King said of the girls’ team. On the boys’ team, Trevis Stamper is the only senior on the squad while juniors include Dalton Hammond and Brendan Dickson. “All three of these boys will be playing a huge role in the sprints and specialty strokes, as well as key relay members,” King said. Sophomores are Trevor Wine, Andy Smith and Jade Poorman while Nate Cooper, Michael Hardesty and Jesse Lawrence are freshmen. Gone through graduation are Coleston Pope, a state meet qualifier, and Garrett Gee, a district qualifier. “The boys’ numbers will be our biggest challenge,” King said. “A big challenge will be to figure out where to utilize each one of them for the best results for the team and the individual.” Coach King said Stamper, a newcomer to the team, will help out in sprints and relays while Cooper, albeit a freshman, is an experienced swimmer and will play a key role in not only individual events, but also in the relays.

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River View Wrestling

Black Bears ready for solid season on the mats BY JIM BARSTOW WARSAW - Having been around wrestling throughout most of his life, River View High School coach Devin Klein knows what it will take for the 2013-14 team to be competitive. “We are working very hard to have the best possible year,” Klein said. The Black Bears return three solid seniors to lead the team. Among them are Samuel Grashel, who will compete in the 138-pound weight class while in the upper weights, Christian Blake McKee returns in the 220 pound class while Josh Kempt is back at 285. “Our team will be led by an experienced group of young men,” Klein said. “They have big goals for the team and themselves.” Adding to the mix are juniors Tyler Gunn (132), Brendan Scherer (160), Tim Burris (170), Leeland Lauvray (195) and Cody Wetherbee (285). Grashel, Kempf and Scherer all have experience at the district tournament level. Also expected to make an impact on the success of the team are sophomores Tyler Koch (113), Ki Wright (126), Nick Fitzgerald (145), Adam Croup (152) and Alan Mitchell (285). Newcomers include freshmen Cole Morris (106), Brice Cabe (120), Sawyer Gross (126), Brody Bookless (145) and Lucas Lauvray (152). River View opened the season on Nov. 30, at the Cambridge Invitational and will compete in the Indian Valley Duals on Saturday, Dec. 7. The first home match will come Wednesday, Dec. 11, when the Black Bears host neighboring rival Danville. Another highlight will be the battle for county supremacy when they travel to Coshocton to face the Redskins and Ridgewood. Also, the regular season will be capped off with the annual River View Invitational on Saturday, Jan. 25. “The kids push each other every day in practice which makes them better,” Klein said. “I look for another successful season at River View.”

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“We hope to get several kids and relays to the district meet and hopefully even further,” King said. “Obviously we want to win as many meets as we can, but also prepare properly for the end of the season with the East Central Ohio League and tournaments.” “The team is working hard in and out of the pool to prepare for the season and they are meshing very well with our veterans and upperclassmen helping the new swimmers in technique and procedures. The young kids and new members are training hard to develop and learn how things are done.” The Black Bears opened the season on Nov. 25 at Coshocton.

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Schedule

Date Place Opponent Time Dec. 7 Away Indian Valley Dual 9:00 Dec. 11 Home Danville 1:00 Dec. 14 Away TV/Cambridge 1:00 Dec. 19 Away County Tri @ Coshocton 6:00 Dec. 21 Away Waynedale Duals 9:00 Dec. 30 Away JV Invite @ Dover 8:00 Jan. 3 Away Stichco @ CHS 4:00 Jan. 4 Away Stichco @ CHS 11:00 Jan. 11 Away Falcon Invite 9:00 Jan. 11 Away JV Invite @ WH 10:00 Jan. 14 Away Zanesville 6:30 Jan. 22 Away State Duals 6:00 Jan. 24 Home RV JV Invite @ JH 4:30 Jan. 25 Home RV V Invite @ JH 10:00 Jan. 26 Home Biddy Invite @ JH 12:00 Feb. 1 Away ECOL 10:00 Feb. 4 Away New Philo/West Holmes 6:00 Feb. 7 Away East Districts Sect @ Claymont 4:30 Feb. 8 Away East Districts Sect @ Claymont 10:00

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Redskins eye ECOL, tournament run COSHOCTON - Flying under the radar has paid off for the Coshocton High School boys’ basketball team and hopes are that some of that success rubs off on the 2013-14 squad as well. Last year, the Redskins formulated a very nice tournament run, overcoming a sub-500 record to finish with a 10-15 mark to capture a sectional championship before falling in the district semifinal. Dominated by a deep, talented junior class, there is only one senior on the team in wing player Josh Hilgenberg. At 6-foot-1, he represents the most height on the team and is one

of seven returning lettermen. Other returning lettermen from the junior class include 5-9 Damon Miller, 5-8 Sam Magness, 5-8 Jim Magness, 5-10 Patrick Brouse and 5-8 Jim Magness. Also back is 6-1 sophomore guard Connor Roahrig. Also returning from the junior class are 5-8 Gavin Gray, 5-10 Dylan Brown and 5-10 Logan Walters. “We will have to overcome youth, but the kids have varsity experience,” said Hilgenberg. “The lack of size will hurt us but we should have adequate guard play as that is where most of the

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BY JIM BARSTOW returning lettermen are playing.” With excellent quickness hopefully making up for the lack of size and inside presence, Coshocton will rely on an up-tempo offensive game and relentless pressure defense. “We will have to control the tempo to be successful,” Hilgenberg said. “We will try to pick our times when we can press and run.” The Redskins opened their challenging season with a pair of road games at East Knox on Nov. 29 and Hiland on Nov. 30. The home opener will be Friday, Dec. 6, against Zanesville Rosecrans. Coshocton also hopes to contend for the East Central Ohio League Gray Division title, but Claymont seems to have the inside track while it appears that there will be parity between the Redskins, Meadowbrook, Marietta, Zanesville Rosecrans and an improved River View squad. In the Scarlett Division, Zanesville, Dover and New Philadelphia are expected to be at the top of the heap. In addition to the ECOL grind, non-league contestants include Marion Harding, Fairfield Christian, Columbus Africentric, Licking Valley, Maysville, Philo and Conotton Valley. Assisting Hilgenberg are David Shutt as varsity assistant, Jeremy Ady with the junior varsity and Rick Jamison at the freshman level. Andrew Davis will coach the eighth grade and Judd Baker the seventh. This marks Hilgenberg’s 11th season at Coshocton and his 23rd overall. “I like the way the season has started,” Hilgenberg said. “The kids have had good effort and focus. This is a team that will get better as the season goes along.”


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Small Business Event: There will be a Christmas Small Business Event at the Coshocton Village Inn and Suites on Dec. 10, from 5 - 8 p.m. There will be over 20 vendors and crafters there to share some amazing ideas for Christmas! There will also be a 50/50 drawing as well as a raffle for a super stocking that has a value of over $300 in prizes from area businesses. Raffle tickets are $1 each or six for $5. Proceeds from the raffle with go the “Energizing for Emily” fund, helping a Coshocton family while their child battles leukemia.

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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.

Please Help Family: A local family has lost almost everything in a house fire. There are three small boys in this family in kindergarten, first grade, and one is nine months old. The family rented their home, so there was no insurance available. Donations in the form of gift cards would be appreciated. They also need household items. Please drop off your donations at the OSU extension office, located in the County Service Building on 7th Street.

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Christmas Lighting Contest: The West Lafayette Chamber will be having their third annual Christmas Lighting Contest on Saturday, Dec. 14 from 7 - 9 p.m. First place winner in the 43845 zip code will receive $100 cash. Register by 6 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 7 at Brother’s Hardware. There is a $10 registration fee. Contact Christie at 502-1286 with any questions.

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Christmas Sale • December 13 at 6:00pm

30 gal and 110 gal. tubs, tricycle trailers, wheel barrows, camp grills, child hickory rockers, Makita drill sets, popcorn popper, coffee butlers, cornhole games, Lifetime tables, floor lamps, hay forks, poly scoop shovels, and more hand tools, halters, lead ropes, and more tack, oak trash can, oak book shelf, 12 volt batteries, laundry cart, log bed, heater head single and double clothes dryers, toy tractors, and lots of other toys, log toy blanket chest, lots of small crafts, recliners, Alice and Jerry books, log settle bench, oak hall trees, socket sets and other tools, lots of misc.. Drawing at end of sale! Auctioneer: Andy Raber FARMERSTOWN LIVESTOCK AUCTION EVERY TUESDAY 12:30 • AUCTIONEER: ANDY RABER WE APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT AND BUSINESS!

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.

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Christmas in the Village: The West Lafayette Chamber of Commerce will be having their Christmas in the Village celebration on Dec. 7. The day will begin with the Lion’s Club Pancake Breakfast from 7:30 - 10 a.m. at the West Lafayette Methodist Church. The Club Aries Craft Show will be from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. at Ridgewood High School. Contact Carol Wears at 545-9017. The line-up for the Santa Parade will be at 12:30 p.m. at Lafayette Point. The parade begins at 1 p.m. down Main Street to the band stand in Burt Park where Santa will visit everyone. Contact Dave Rogers at 545-9298.

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09 Saturn Vue XR

Black, Automatic, Retail Price - $6,990 118,632 miles, V6 DeCosky $ Stock #T2783B Price

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Silver, Automatic, Retail Price - $13,990 94,557 miles, V6 DeCosky $ Stock #T2785A Price

Red, Automatic, Retail Price - $7,990 133,169 miles, DeCosky $ Stock #C69170A Price

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Silver, Automatic, Retail Price - $10,990 126,276 miles DeCosky $ Stock #T2767A Price

Retail Price - $11,990 DeCosky $ Price

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Green, Automatic, Retail Price - $2,990 207,859 miles, V6 DeCosky $ Stock #207519A Price

Blue, Automatic, Retail Price - $12,990 88,854 miles, V6 DeCosky $ Stock #A73687D Price

Red, Automatic, Retail Price - $19,990 95,939 miles DeCosky $ Stock #T2763 Price

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Church Events Cookie Sale: Prairie Chapel will be having its annual cookie sale on Saturday, Dec. 7 starting at 9 a.m. Cost is $6 a pound. Enter to win a cookie jar filled with cookies. The church is located at 45494 CR 23 in Coshocton. Juggling Ministry: Jeremy the Juggler, a junior at Mount Vernon University, will be presenting the gospel thru his juggling ministry at the Warsaw Church of the Nazarene on Sunday, Dec. 8 during the 10:30 a.m. service time. Back Door Cafe: The Bakersville Presbyterian Church will be having their Back Door Cafe from 7:30 - 11 a.m. on the following dates: Dec. 19, Jan. 16, Feb. 20, and March 20. All you can eat pancakes or french toast, sausage or bacon, scrambled eggs, hash browns, and drinks. Also, Coshocton Fair award-winning rolls will be available for sale. A $5 donation is appreciated.

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Clubs and Organizations PERI Meeting: Public Employee Retiree’s Chapter 77 (PERI) will meet Wednesday, Dec. 4 at the Coshocton Senior Center, located at 201 Brown’s Lane. The meal will be at noon. Call the Senior Center at 622-4852 to make a lunch reservation. Higher Hopes Auction: The Higher Hopes 12th annual auction will be Dec. 7. Doors open at 4 p.m. and the auction begins at 5 p.m. at River View High School. Come have supper and do your Christmas shopping. Attendees also are encouraged to bring in any non-perishable food item and get a free ticket for each food item and a chance to win $100. Food items will go to a local food bank and 100 percent of the proceeds from the auction will help Higher Hopes, which is a nonprofit organization. For information, call 824-4183 or 502-4433. Historical Club Meeting: The Coshocton Historical Club will meet Dec. 9 at 12:30 p.m. in the Presbyterian Church parlor for a covered dish luncheon. Members are reminded to bring a canned food donation for the pantry. Bake and Craft Sale: The Coshocton County Vietnam Veterans will be having a Bake and Craft Sale at Rural King on South Second Street Dec. 14 from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. to help support some of their programs. Donations are appreciated.

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Benefit T-Shirts: Team “LITTLE” shirts are available for $12 each. Proceeds are going to Amber Lillibridge and her family for expenses, gas, food, and lodging. Amber Lillibridge was in a car accident on Nov. 5 and had to have a few surgeries and many more surgeries to come in the near future. Shirts are ash gray and can be ordered through Jodi Selders at the SportZone or Nicole Medley at The Beacon. All shirts must be prepaid.

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Super Stocking Event: On Tuesday, Dec. 10, Coshocton Small Businesses will be hosting a Christmas Event at Coshocton Village Inn and Suites from 5 - 8 p.m. There will be over 20 vendors there along with a 50/50 drawing. There will be a raffle for a “Super Stocking” that has gifts totaling up to $175 and is still growing! The tickets are $1 each or six for $5. The proceeds from the Super Stocking will be joining the “Energizing for Emily” fund to help a local family through some difficult medical issues with their child. So come out and get your Christmas shopping done and support the local businesses in our county!

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Wednesday, Dec. 4: Plugged and Unplugged (Teens): Grades 7 - high school graduation are invited to Plugged & Unplugged for online and traditional gaming. Board Games, Video Games, Internet Access, Friends, Snacks and Fun! Call 622-0956 to register. 2:30 - 5 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4: Animanga Club Meeting (Teens): 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.

White, Automatic, Retail Price - $41,990 Red, Automatic, Retail Price - $14,995 14,931 miles, DeCosky $ 68,056 miles, DeCosky $ Price Stock #174362A Price Stock #269460A *Plus tax, title and doc fee.

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Wednesday, Dec. 4: Preschool Story Time: Children 3 - 5 years old are invited to Preschool Story Time every Wednesday from 10:30 - 11 a.m. Register by calling 622-0956. 10:30 - 11 a.m.

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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 rockbottom 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.


Thursday, Dec. 5: Babytime Lapsit: Mrs. Shutt and Mrs. Custer lead babies ages infant - 2 and their moms or caregivers in interactive stories, rhymes, songs, and finger plays. Register all attendants by calling the library at 622-0956 or register online. 10:30 - 11 a.m.

December 10 • 25 Bred Kiko Cross Does Christmas Sheep & Goat Sale

Thursday, Dec. 5: Holiday Chi: Join us for gentle exercises that reduce stress, increase vitality, and provide comfort and joy during this busy season! Taught by Holli Rainwater, Certified Tai Chi Easy Practice Leader. This is a three-week session ending on Dec. 19. 12 - 1 p.m.

Produce & Poultry Auction Every Tuesday at 10:00am

Come visit our outdoor flea market every Tuesday! Eggs, baked goods, household items, rabbits, chickens, misc. Auctioneer: Bert Raber

Saturday, Dec. 7: W.L. Holiday Open House: The West Lafayette Branch Library will host a Holiday Open House during the ‘Christmas in the Village’ celebration on Saturday, Dec. 7th from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Be sure to stop in before the Christmas parade to enjoy refreshments, music, door prizes, and check out holiday movies, music, and books! A Christmas craft will be available for children to make and take home. Experience the miracle of the season as the library partners with the West Lafayette Chamber of Commerce to wish you and yours a Happy Holiday!

FARMERSTOWN LIVESTOCK AUCTION EVERY TUESDAY 12:30 • AUCTIONEER: ANDY RABER WE APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT AND BUSINESS!

ATTENTION PROPERTY OWNERS! Forget what you hear on tv!

Property IS SELLING!!! Good News for Coshocton County: 1. Land prices are rising! 2. Rural properties are in Demand! 3. House market has Bottomed Out! 4. Interest rates are Cheap... Cheap...CHEAP! 5. Investors are back in the market! If you have Real Estate to sell... Call Marc & BeLinda Lacy NOW!

“IF YOU THINK LAND... MARC LACY’S YOUR MAN!”

Monday, Dec. 9: Coffee Club: Senior adults 55 and over are invited to join us for a cup of hot coffee and enlightening conversation. 10:15 a.m. – 12 p.m.

ABSOLUTE BICKEL AUCTION Location: 24313 TR 1173 Coshocton. From Coshocton follow SR 83 N. to CR 24 and go west 1.4 miles. Then turn left onto Miller Dr./TR 1173 and follow to destination.

Monday, December 9 • 3pm 3 B/R Mobile Home * .3 Acres Corner Lot Coshocton Co. * Riverview LSD * Keene Twp. Looking for a rental income or just plain affordable housing, then don’t miss out. Selling furnished w/beds, appliances, couch and recliner is this 14x70’ Champion mobile home. Situated on .3 acre in a comfortable neighborhood complete w/mature trees, well and septic along w/window A/C units property. The home features newer linoleum along w/3 bedrooms and 1 bath. Join us for this absolute offering as well as the open house. Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment due the day of the sale with balance due at time of closing. Any and all inspections must be made prior to bidding. Announcements day of the sale take precedence. Legal: Taxes are $179.16 per half. Parcel #0170000007200 of Keene Twp. in Coshocton County with Riverview Schools

OWNERS: Patsy and Bruce Bickel

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Monday, Dec. 9: Christmas Make-It Take-It at the Branch: Stop by the Branch Library any time between 3:30 and 5 p.m. and make a sweet gift for someone special! We will take your picture and have supplies available for you to make a Christmas ornament to take home with you. Plan on about 15-20 minutes to make your craft. Call the library at 545-6672 or register online, so we have an idea of how many crafts to have available. We hope to see you then! Tuesday, Dec. 10: West Lafayette Preschool Story Time: Children ages 3 - 5 are invited to The West Lafayette Branch for story time on Tuesday mornings from 11:30 a.m. - noon. Come and enjoy stories, songs, finger plays, and seasonal crafts. Tuesday, Dec. 10: Christmas Make-It Take-It: Stop by the Children’s Room any time between 3:30 and 5 p.m. and make a sweet gift for someone special! We will take your picture and have supplies available for you to make a Christmas ornament to take home with you. Plan on about 15-20 minutes to make your craft. Please call the library at 622-0956 or register online so we have an idea of how many crafts to have available. We hope to see you then! Tuesday, Dec. 10: Tuesday Evening Preschool Story Time: Children ages 3 - 5 and their parents or caregivers are invited to listen to stories, sing songs, and enjoy rhymes and finger plays during this weekly story time. 6:30 - 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 11: Preschool Story Time: Children 3 - 5 years old are invited to Preschool Story Time every Wednesday from 10:30 - 11 a.m. Register by calling 622-0956. We were unable to run our full community calendar due to space. We apologize for the inconvenience.

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DeCosky Ford has been growing incredibly fast due to your support! Due to this success, we have decided to expand our family. If you have experience in sales and would like to join the DeCosky family, contact us via Facebook, phone us at 740622-0001 or just stop in at our location on Second Street in Coshocton and pick up an application. We are very excited about this opportunity and we hope the support from our community continues. DeCosky Ford is an EOE.

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For Sale: Firewood, split and round, seasoned. $45 short pick up and $55 long bed. Happy Hill Farms. 740-545-7536 ext. 1

For Annin Flagmakers Where: Coshocton Inn and Suites 115 N Water Street, Coshocton, Ohio

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HELP WANTED Full-time position for maintenance/technician/delivery person needed for medical supply business. Applicant must pass background check, drug screening, and have clean driving record. Basic maintenance skills helpful. Position requires some heavy lifting. Drop off resume to Randles Medical Supplies, 838 Otsego Avenue, Coshocton. No phone calls please.

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AUTOS 1997 BMW 540i. Engine maintenance complete with belts, hoses, timing chains, more. Black with black leather interior. Heated driver and passenger seats, dual climate control, 6 CD changer in trunk. Factory premium stereo. Heated steering wheel, sunroof. This is a nice vehicle priced right for condition of the car at only $2700. 195k miles. Text or call 740-502-0176.

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1997 Dodge Ram 3500 Club 3BR house in city of Coshoc- Cab Long Bed, 81,000 miles, ton. $475/mo. no pets, yard. V8, 5.9 liter, automatic, SLT Laramie, 2WD, power steering, 1-863-673-1049 air conditioning, power winCoshocton and Newcomer- dows, power door locks, cruise stown, 2 & 3 Bedrooms, some control, AM/FM radio, cassette, with appliances. 740-498-5893 bed liner, towing package, dual real wheels, running boards and fiberglass cap. Very clean/ excellent condition. $12,000 OBO. For more information: Call 740-622-9337 or 740-2945535

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23,526

14 GMC 1 ton ReG Cab 4x4 6.0L V8, Auto, Air, Locking Rear Differential, Trailering Package with Brake Control. #074

MSRP ..................$37,105 Sale Price ...........$35,107 Rebate ...................$2,500

32,607

14 GMC teRRaIn aWd

SALE PRICE $

MSRP ..................$34,480 Sale Price ...........$32,869 GM Rebate ...........$1,000

27,243

SALE PRICE $

31,869

29,973

36,422

7 Passenger, Power Sunroof, Heated Seats, Trailering Package. #210

MSRP ..................$38,375 Sale Price ...........$25,858 GM Rebate ...........$2,000 Bonus Cash .............$500

SALE PRICE $

33,358

14 GMC 1/2 ton CReW Cab 4x4

13 buICK enClave

13 GMC yuKon 4x4

“New Body” Style, Trailering Package, Air, Locking Rear Differential. #040

Leather Heated Seats, Power Sunroof, 19” Chrome Wheels, Trailering Package, All Wheel Drive. #174

SLT, Leather Heated Seats, Power Sunroof, 20” Polished Aluminum Wheels, Rear DVD & TV. DEMO #035

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SALE PRICE $

SALE PRICE $

13 Chevy tRaveRse

Power Sunroof, 18” Chrome Clad Wheels, Heated Front Seats, Remote Vehicle Start. DEMO #025

SAVE $9,554

AVAilAblE

MSRP ..................$36,135 Sale Price ...........$33,973 GM Rebate ...........$3,000 ***Truck Loyalty ..$1,000

MSRP ..................$39,635 Sale Price ...........$36,922 GM Rebate ..............$500

CRossoveRs

14 Chevy 1/2 ton double Cab 4x4

“New Body” Style, Air, Locking Rear Differential. #068

MSRP ..................$33,470 Sale Price ...........$31,493 GM Rebate ...........$1,500 *Trade In Bonus Cash ...$1,000 ***Truck Loyalty ..$1,000 Bonus Cash .............$750

SALE PRICE $

MSRP ..................$43,895 Sale Price ...........$40,340 GM Rebate ...........$1,500 *Trade In Bonus Cash ...$1,000 ***Truck Loyalty ..$1,000 Bonus Cash .............$500

MSRP ..................$49,545 Sale Price ...........$46,343 Rebate ...................$2,000 Bonus Cash .............$500

SALE PRICE $

36,340

SALE PRICE $

43,843

MSRP ..................$54,775 Sale Price ...........$50,221 Rebate ...................$5,000

SALE PRICE $

45,221

GM Reserves the right to change rebates at any time, which may result in higher or lower pricing. Vehicle color may not reflect sale vehicle. * Must trade in any make 1999 or newer vehicle to qualify for this Bonus Cash ** Must trade in any make 1999 or newer Buick to qualify for this Bonus Cash ***Must own a 99 or newer Chevrolet or GMC listed under program # 13-40CP to qualify. Sale Ends 12/12/13

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