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Audience inspired by performance of choirs For many, the traditional early December performance of the Coshocton Community

Choir provides not only inspiration for the Christmas season but sets the mood to the true meaning for the season. This year’s performance was no exception as the voices of nearly two hundred adults, over fifty teens and over fifty youth filled McKinley Auditorium at Coshocton High School on Sunday, Dec. 5 for two joyous presentations of “Rise and Follow”. Clad in their traditional blue velvet robes for the holiday performance, the Coshocton Community Choir, under the direction of Mr. Charles R. Snyder, was joined by the Coshocton Youth Chorale and the Coshocton Children’s Choir for the event. Beacon photo by Mark fortune

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High School boys basketball team will need to dodge traffic cones and, park alongside heaping construction material and encounter a team of hard-hats. According to head coach Todd Herman, it’s just a sign of the times. “It’s going to be a work in progress all year,” said Herman. “It’s a great group of kids who work hard and have great attitudes. “It would be awesome if the kids could step to that level where we can play eight or nine deep, but realistically speaking with as much inexperience we have you really can’t expect that. You can just hope they can give you a good solid rotation.” The players who return with the most on-thejob experience are a pair of juniors in point guard Jason Hammond and wingman Michael Adams. Both are above-average perimeter shooters and both averaged around eight points per game a year ago. The lone senior player is Zared Lee, a guard who gained experience by playing at the reserve level last season. Herman expects his elder statesman to play a quality role and act as a leader. Others expected to fill vital roles are 6-foot3 junior post Jacob Fortune, 6-0 junior guard Jamie Schwartrz and 6-1 junior post Daniel Gwinn. Also in the rotation will likely be

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post Javen Guilliams. Also helping fill key roles in the rotation will be sophomore Josh King and sophomore Devin Smith. “At this point we don’t have a lot of depth and being outmanned size wise, we will have to mix and match our defenses from zone, trapping half court or man-to-man. We’ll try to do whatever we can to gain an advantage that night depending on the matchups.” “Something we will face every game this year is we will be outsized so we will have to execute and handle the ball, which we have been doing better.” Herman expects the team’s cohesiveness to be a strong suit as it continues to experience the building process. “The team unity is great,” He said. “Nobody thinks they’re better than everybody else. They’re real close-knit and they all hang out together so that’s definitely going to be strength. That and their willingness to accept coaching are positive aspects of this team. “When you get them to come in with a great effort, all you have to do is coach. If you have to do the motivating too, it becomes daunting at times.” The future of Black Bear basketball is made even brighter with the influx of a solid freshman class which is coming off two quality years at the junior high level, a solid program at the current junior high and over 100 kids in the biddy ball program. “The program is growing,” Herman said. “The fundamentals are beginning to show up and the effort level has begun to rise. There are good things happening. The kids are enthusiastic and that’s half the battle. It’s going to be a fun year.”

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to be. With some of the things we’re doing, she’s going to be a vital key.” Hampton, Smith says, is another valuable commodity. “She’s going to go out and play great defense, get rebounds and put-backs in the paint,” he said. Daugherty follows in the footsteps of her two older siblings Kristen and Kari who are now competing in Division I college basketball at the University of Dayton, and it her first varsity start, compiled 18 points and 15 rebounds in the win over Maysville. Smith appreciates the effort displayed by his senior class. “They’ve worked hard and have shown great leadership getting these younger ones ready to go and showing them how to do things,” he said. “We have some challenges, though. We have some size but getting production out of our guards is going to be key. We’re going to see a lot of tight zones and junk defenses from teams trying to get us out of our comfort zone. “The kids are coming to practice, really getting after it and challenging each other and that makes us better as a team,” he added. “They’re playing with more confidence in their abilities. They know their roles and are comfortable with them. They’re playing really well together right now. They are a fun group to work with.”

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6-foot Neace is the team’s unquestioned leader. Return letter winners Wright and Fry - both at 5-7 - are the starting players on the wings while another senior Laurin Hampton, also 6-0, is the other post. Inject the extremely promising Andi Daugherty, a 6-0 freshman, at point guard and the Lady Bears have a formidable starting line-up. Add in 5-7 senior guard Samantha Reed and 5-9 senior post Kim Sycks and River View is blessed with experience off the bench. Depth comes from 5-5 junior guard, 5-6 sophomore wing Justine Moran and 5-9 freshman post Sam Ringwalt. “Olivia is a hard worker and our leader,” Smith said. “She’s been playing for four years and does a good job. She knows she’s going to be challenged night in and night out, especially because last year she was our most productive player offensively. But now, she has a little relief.” Smith is banking on Fry to emerge as a solid perimeter defender while Wright provides some offensive punch from the outside, as she exhibited in the win over Coshocton. “We’re trying to get Callie to become more offensive-minded,” Smith said. “She is one who can really shoot it and has a nice touch outside and Whitney we hope will become one of our better defenders. That’s what we really need her



There are reasons to be excited about River View High School girls basketball as the 201011 season gets underway. The Lady Bears opened the season in thrilling fashion, beating Maysville 40-38 on Nov. 28 as Olivia Neace scored off an assist from Whitney Fry in the final seconds. They then followed with a victory over county rival Coshocton on Dec. 1 in which Callie Wright had a perfect performance, hitting all four of her 3-point shooting attempts and the girls from Warsaw were already one win of the entire total from a year ago. “The seniors went through a tough season last year and to get a win in the first game(s) was big,” said second-year coach Kevin Smith. “Last year was a huge learning experience and I think the girls are really taking a hold on what we’re trying to do and doing it to the best of their ability and giving the best they have.” Fittingly, the trio of early-season heros are all from a group of six seniors who endured a 3-18 records last year and are all about turning things around. “I think were making good progress,” Smith added. “The kids have hung in there mentally and did the things they’ve needed to do to win. Now we just have to continue to build off those things and get better at what we’re doing.” Embarking on her fourth varsity season, the

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Mark’s Musings

What’s your Christmas like that, they say. But there are some tradition? One of traditions that live on our folks here at The in our memory banks Beacon mentioned that and some of these may they typically venture well bring a tear to the out to a Christmas tree eye. I can recall the farm and cut a live smells of my Grandma tree as a family event. Doughty’s house on When I hear this I tend Spring Street and the to conjure up images of aroma of fresh baked Chevy Chase landing Mark fortune orange cookies. But the family truckster in the movie “Christmas Vacation” at the top of my list was always a after hurdling that big pile of snow. wonderful concoction of jellied You know the scene. Regardless candies of red, yellow, green and of your Christmas tradition, orange baked in a doughy mixture. it’s important to reflect on what Kind of like a fruitcake without that tradition means to you and the nuts and bad jokes. Yum. The your family especially as family traditions that mean the most of members move on in their own course, are the ones spent with lives, getting married, and perhaps family and loved ones. Because as adding grandchildren to the mix the gifts wear out, break or suffer with each Christmas creating new the plight of simply neglect, your memories and traditions while older traditions will live on. traditions may be altered from their Our community has several traditions that are favorites and original form. One of my favorite Christmases mark the coming of the season. had to be the year I got the Red The Coshocton Community Choir Ryder BB gun (oh, I think it’s still performance can provide the mood rusting away under my bed at mom for remembering what the season is and dad’s house - but not sure) and truly all about. The candle lighting some targets to plink at. The joy at Roscoe Village sets the stage for of bundling up in my cold weather that spirit of yuletide – and hundreds gear and stalking “Bambi” through of voices joining in the singing of the snow with my trusty Red Ryder “Silent Night” is long remembered. almost brings a tear to my eye. But The people in our community not quite. For I think somewhere that provide these memories – and along the line, those Christmas gifts from the heart – deserve a gifts, unlike the traditions, were compliment and a big thank you for never quite as nice or lasted near the time they devote to inspire our as long – as we might want. Life is community during this season.

Feldner receives Coca-Cola scholarship

Luke Feldner, a student at Ridgewood High School has been named a semifinalist for the 2011 Class of the Coca-Cola Scholar Program. With the 2011 class, the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation will have provided more than 4,700 young scholars nationwide with over $44 million in scholarships. “As a leading scholarship provider, we recognize our role in helping young people achieve their college goals,” said Mark Davis, president of the foundation. “The economy continues to affect many students’ ability to attend the college of their choice, so it is critical we continue to stay the course. The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation received nearly 71,000 applications this year and the semifinalists are truly some of the most accomplished students in the country. Luke ranks with approximately 2,100 high school seniors who are in the running for $3 million in college scholarships that the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation will award in spring 2011. Students are selected to this next phase based on the academic excellence, leadership and achievement demonstrated in school and community activities. The Class of 2011 Coca-Cola Scholars will mark the 23rd consecutive year that the Foundation has awarded scholarships. As semifinalists, students must submit additional information that will be reviewed in January 2011 by a committee comprised of 30

educators from high schools and universities throughout the United States. If advanced, Luke will be among 250 finalists who will travel to Atlanta April 14 – 17, 2011 to attend the Coca-Cola Scholars Weekend. During their visit, they will attend a final interview process that will determine whether they are designated as either a National or Regional Scholar. The 50 National Scholars will each receive a $20,000 scholarship award, while the 200 Regional Scholars will receive a $10,000 scholarship. Two additional $20,000 scholarships are awarded by the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, including the CocaCola Emory Scholarship and the Sandy Williams Alumni Legacy Scholarship. The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, a joint effort of CocaCola Bottlers across America and The Coca-Cola Company, is one of the largest corporate-sponsored, achievement-based scholarship programs of its kind in the United States. The program recognizes a diverse group of extraordinary high school seniors who have demonstrated academic and civic excellence in their schools and communities. The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation was created 25 years ago in 1986 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Coca-Cola and to establish a legacy for the education of tomorrow’s leaders through college scholarships.

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River View High School honored its first ever winning football team with a delicious steak dinner and a program. Master of Ceremonies for the evening was Sam Secrest, a teacher at the high school. Secrest became their one-man booster club when he told the team to “pound sand in their opponents instead of getting sand on the seat of their pants” when the team’s record fell 2 - 4. After that, the team started wearing little bags of sand to school and Secrest was named, “The Sand Man”. Awards and letters were presented and the evening concluded with the viewing of the River View vs. Coshocton game where River View won 14 – 0.

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Tom Laut of West Lafayette stood proudly by his parents Sunday at church and received his God and Country award. Rev. W. O. Keeler presented the award to Scoutmaster Russell Gephart who in turn gave it to Tom’s mother to pin on her son’s jacket. She also received a lapel pin from her son. Tom received the prestigious award after he completed an intensive study at the church with the pastor. He was the president of the senior high youth fellowship and was an Eagle Scout. Mr. and Mrs. Laut, Rev. Keeler, and members from Boy Scout Troop 411 attended the ceremony.

Over 5,000 “guests” looked on as Jeff Secrest and Penny Rambout, both of Massillon, shared their first kiss as husband and wife under the Christmas tree at the Roscoe Village Candlelighting. After planning on attending the candlelighting, the couple decided to take things a bit further and be married under the tree. They contacted Mayor Kenneth Grier and plans were finalized. As the couple departed, the crowd sang, “We wish you a happy marriage” to the tune of “We wish you a Merry Christmas”.

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On the previous morning during a normal Sunday church service, Elda Gress stood and shared a life-saving story to his captivated audience. Gress shared that he was lucky to be alive and should have perished 35 years ago to that day, but by the grace of God and a doctor at the Coshocton County Memorial Hospital, he was still alive. When he was only 11 years old, Gress and a neighbor went hunting. Upon returning, the neighbor accidently shot Gress while examining his gun. The boy was rushed to Dr. Shaw’s office where X-Rays were taken and then to the hospital where he underwent a serious operation. He remained at death’s door for three weeks and then miraculously began to recover. He spent over two months in the hospital and carried the bullet lodged 4 inches from his spine for the rest of his life.


at the local By Mark fortune Progress Center, which currently houses the Chamber, Port Authority and County Commissioners on the second floor. The Progress Center is located at the corner of Fourth and Main Streets in Coshocton. A highlight of the day was the presentation of a Community Improvement Award to the Coshocton campus of COTC. Campus director Melanie Bolender accepted the award, saying, “It’s a privilege and an honor to accept Chamber recognizes COTC The Coshocton campus of Cen- this award on behalf of Central Ohio tral Ohio Technical College was presented with a Community Im- Technical College. COTC is proud provement Award during the quarterly meeting of the Coshocton to be a part of this community”. County Chamber of Commerce, which was held on Thursday, Dec. John McDonald, who is responsible 2. Pictured l to r are; Melanie Bolender, director of the Coshocton for maintaining the building and COTC campus, Bill Owens, representing the Chamber, and John grounds, remarked, “This feel great. McDonald, building supervisor for the COTC Coshocton campus. It’s a good thing for the community. beacon photo by mark fortune I think we’re fortunate to have something like COTC as part of the community”. McDonald added that Members of the Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce met at Roberta’s Catering on to keep the building looking fresh, “It takes a lot Thursday, Dec. 2 for their quarterly meeting. of teamwork and a lot of time. I have some really Don Hutchins was recognized for serving as good contractors and people that work with me. President of the Executive Committee for the past We all help each other – everybody helps each two years, with Amy Hasseman now taking over other, we have a lot of teamwork and good that role. Community leaders provided updates people”. on various projects, Coshocton city Mayor Steve Mercer talked about major paving and waterline projects for next year, County Commissioner D. Curtis Lee talked about broadband reaching more consumers in the county, and a water agreement “Where you can have just about anything printed, except money!” with the city and county. 520 Main Street, Coshocton • Mon.-Fri. 8-4:30 p.m. Belinda Williamson spoke on the value 740-622-4429 tourism is bringing to Coshocton County and the e-mail: new guest tax at bed and breakfasts with less than 5 rooms, stating that, “This tax will help raise funds for the Convention and Visitor’s Bureau and will result in no added taxes for county residents”. Jesse Fischer was approved unanimously by Chamber members to serve on the Executive Should you leave your retirement Committee. Dorothy Skowrunski, interim director of the Port Authority, spoke on several plan assets behind? projects being worked on by the Port Authority Call me today to have a free and the addition of a small business incubator consultation to look at your options



Battle-tested Generals ready to roll With all five starters returning, a deep bench and entering their second season playing within the system implemented by head coach Alan Keesee, the Ridgewood High School boys basketball team appears to be headed into a season filled with excitement.

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with someone coming off the bench, but they give us the versatility and availability where we can rest those guys a little more frequently so they’re more fresh when we really need them to be on the floor.” To help develop the depth, Keesee plans on using some of the subs at the reserve level as well. “We’re going to use the 90 quarters that they’re allowed,” he said. “A lot will depend on who we’re playing, what our matchups are and what the game plan is. You walk a fine line where you want to take care of business but at the same time, building on the foundation and building toward the future.” Keesee lauds his senior core is a grood group of kids and a good group of leaders. “There’s not a whole lot of rank and file with this group,” he said. “They just want to be here and improve and that is part of the fun and excitement that we can build on because it truly is a team concept right now. “We’re going to show up every day and compete to get ourselves in a position to win. Our goal is to do more than we did last year and we’re going to play against anybody. We’re not going to roll over and expect a bad outcome as was the case in the past. We’re not going to do that anymore. “We showed up and competed against everybody last year and I think were going to do the same thing this year. The thing is you begin to transition from being the hunter to the hunted I think maybe we caught some people off guard last year who may not of thought we’re for real.”

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Ridgewood High School girls basketball coach Doug Patterson might just be a prophet. Just a couple hours after stating that he wouldn’t be surprised if the champion of the Inter-Valley Conference would likely experience a loss or two, one preseason favorite, Garaway, fell to up-and-coming Newcomerstown. “I think it can happen,” he said prior to his team’s season-opening victory over Sandy Valley. “It should be a well-balanced league and hopefully, we’ll be right there at the top. The conference should be well-balanced. The door is certainly wide open. The Lady Generals are coming off a season in which they finished third in the IVC behind perennial state title contender Hiland and Garaway with a 12-4 mark (16-5 overall) and apparently have all the ingredients to brew up some excitement inside the Woodshed for some time to come. With the loss of two graduates, Ridgewood returns one senior player to lead a group of talented underclassmen as they encounter the 2010-11 season. “To be honest, when we started the season, I didn’t know how good we’d be and I don’t know how good we’re going to be yet but these kids are working hard,” said Patterson. “Right now, what we have is a ‘starting seven’. We’re going to mix it up and rotate quite a bit. Hopefully, they can accept that because it will make us a lot better as the season progresses.” The team captain is 5-foot-7 senior guard Jordan Vaiea while returning letter winners include 5-5 juniors Kayla Tedrick and Alaynee Wright, 5-7 junior Ali Lusk and 6-0 sophomore Kelsey Miller. Depth will come from the likes of 5-1 senior Brianna Mullett, 5-7 junior Roxanne Thursby, 5-8 junior Alayna Frazee and 5-8 sophomores Tori Wiggins and Natalie Nickol. “They are all decent ball handlers and they call all shoot the ball,” Patterson. “They all ha,ve the green light. They all have good range and have good basketball builds. Whoever we’re going to have on the court I think will make it tough for other teams to match up against. We’re

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The Coshocton High School girls basketball team opened the season with back-to-back losses to Licking Valley and River View, but first year coach Bob Foreman is not about to dwell on the negative. In both games, the Lady Redskins competed well before faltering down the stretch, and Foreman can’t help but believe that the further the season progresses, so will his team. “I truly believe they will turn things around,” said Foreman. “When something is new to somebody its always going to make you a little uncomfortable but once they start having a little bit of success it’s going to make it that much

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easier.” Foreman has implemented a more up-tempo approach, whereas former coach Brent Carter had more of a deliberate style.” “It’s been difficult for the girls to adjust but we’ve looked good at times,” he said. “The biggest thing for us right now is making the right decisions on the court. Whether it’s a shot, a pass or any other decision that can effect the outcome of the game.” The Lady Redskins bring a mix of upper and lower-classmen to the table, led by senior post Rachel Zimomra and senior guard Brittany Neiger. Zimomra is a versatile 6-footer who can play in the paint was well as stepping onto the perimeter for the long range jumpers while at 5-5, Neiger is a gritty, blue-collar worker in the backcourt. Also expected to contribute to the inside game are 6-1 senior Jenna Kreider, 5-10 senior Shawna Carling and 5-10 junior Nichole

by jim barstow deJesu. Guard play will be bolstered by 5-9 junior Katie Clough, 5-6 sophomore Julia Kittell and 5-1 freshman Kasey Means. “Wins and losses are not as big of a deal as just going out and competing,” Foreman said. “We want to be able to put ourselves into a position to win and get better so we can compete in the post-season. “Our attitudes have been positive and we’re trying to get them to believe after what has happened the past few seasons.” Coshocton is coming off a 3-18 record. “We’re playing pretty decent early,” Foreman added. “We’re getting there but it will take a little time. We’re just working on the little things which will really make a difference in the long run. “Just having some little successes will build into more confidence and more continuity. We know we can compete. It’s just a matter of not breaking down when things don’t go our way.”




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Coshocton Hospital is pleased to announce a new location and new name for Coshocton Urgent Care. Beginning Jan. 1, 2011, Coshocton Hospital Medical Clinic (formerly known as Urgent Care) and Coshocton Hospital Occupational Medicine Clinic will be located on the ground floor of Coshocton Hospital. Though the physicians will be the same, we are extending the hours. This move will deliver many positive effects for patients of the clinic. The new location in the Coshocton Hospital will allow patients access to ancillary services such as lab and radiology. In addition, patients will have improved efficiencies and access to test results and close proximity to the Emergency Department when transfers are necessary. “This is just another example of how Coshocton Hospital is striving to provide the best and most efficient healthcare for the community,” said Robert Miller, acting CEO/ CFO of Coshocton Hospital. Coshocton Hospital is a non-profit organization located at 1460 Orange Street in Coshocton Ohio. Currently the largest employer in Coshocton County, Coshocton hospital celebrated 100 years of service to the community in 2009. With a complete line of services available, they are dedicated to providing “The Right Care…Right Here”. For more information, contact Urgent Care at 622-5990 or visit them online at

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with his Redskins again battling with Dover, New Philadelphia and Cambridge for the top spot. The real key for CHS will be the development of the bench. “Depth is something we’re working on,” Hilgenberg said. “We have some guys teetering on getting some more varsity playing time but right now we’re not real deep. But again, that’s where we’re going to need some sophomores to step up and take on a little more of a gritty attitude. “The thing is, a lot of those guys don’t need to come in and score They need to come in and do things right and thats what we’re trying to find. “We’ll find out early what kind of team we’re going to be but I think we’re going to be a fun team to watch.” The Redskins opened the season last Friday by hosting East Knox while on Dec. 7, county rival River View pays the Wigwam a visit. Those games are followed by a road trip to Dover and a home game with powerful Zanesville. “If we don’t show up, we’re going to get it handed to us,” Hilgenberg said. “But what I’ve always liked about being here in Coshocton is these kids don’t care who they play. They just go play.”


It’s is a long way to the top if you want to rock and roll and nobody has experienced that lesson better than the Coshocton High School boys basketball team. Under the guideance of veteran coach Tom Hilgenberg, the Redskins have risen from the depths of the East Central Ohio League to becoming perennial contenders and this year, they have enough motivation to remain there. Coshocton is coming off a league championship after going 11-1 in the ECOL and 18-5 overall. “We won the league so we’re the ones with the target on our backs and everyone’s going to want to take it away from us,” Hilgenberg said. “That’s got to be our attitude and they’ve bought into that.” Now in his 10th season at Coshocton, Hilgenberg lost several starters through graduation, but by no stretch is the cupboard bare despite the fact that there are no seniors on the team and only one-fourth of last year’s offensive production returns. Back are two-time letterwinners Brandon Taylor and Clay Turner to lead the cause while Drew Jarvis and Brody Philabaum both lettered last year. All four are juniors. Also back are juniors , Evan Johnson, Brennen Bowman, Nathan Conidi and Tanner Cognion, who are all considered to be in the hunt for starting positions. Bench strength will be provided by Kyle Cordedr, C.J. Helter and Curtis Blake. “There are opportunities out there and it’s just a matter of whether these guys want to take advantage of those opportunities,” said Hilgenberg. “We have some nice versatility. That’s the nice thing. We can put guys at different positions who can really play. “Most of the kids are working into new positions so it’s been a process. But, it’s been a good process. We lost a lot of good kids, but these kids practiced against them everyday. I think we’re going to surprise some people.” Perhaps one of the strongest suits of the team is the rejoining of the junior class, which experienced tremendous success together at the junior high level. “It’s been a long time since these juniors have played together because we’ve had them separated,” Hilgenberg said. “ They don’t like to lose and that’s a great attitude to have, but there are some things to overcome. I think right now, our biggest thing is trying to work on getting a lot of positive emotion out of the kids. “Even though they all hate to lose and we all have our goalS, we need our leadership and that will be an evolving development for us,” Hilgenberg said. “I think it’s coming along pretty quickly for us. We have guys who lead by example and we also have guys who lead with their voice. They all seem to feed off each other and they’re all a lot of fun to coach right now.” Hilgenberg expects the league to be balanced

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Wednesday, Dec. 8: Preschool Story Time; Coshocton Public Library: Children, 3 - 5 years old, are invited to Preschool Story Time every Wednesday from 10:30 - 11 a.m. Enjoy stories, songs, finger plays, seasonal crafts, and fun. One-time registration is requested by calling 622-0956.

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The Libraries will be closed on the following dates: Dec. 24, 25, 31, and Jan. 1.

Saturday, Dec. 11, 18: Books Galore Book Store; Children’s Book Coshocton Public Library: The Friends of the Michael Jackson: King Library used book store in the library basement has of Pop magazines, movies, audio books, books and more, by Mary K. Pratt 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. Saturday, Dec. 4: Holiday Open House; West Lafayette Branch Library; Enjoy refreshments, regTomatoes....28oz...Whole, Sauce ister for door prizes and check out the holiday .......................4 for $1.00 movies and books during the Holiday Open House. 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.



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All through December: Food for Fines at Coshocton Public Library and West Lafayette Branch: December is a time of giving and the library is offering you the chance to give back to your community with Food for Fines. Get rid of those pesky fines on your library record when you bring in a non-perishable food donation from Dec. 1 - 30. The library will clear all fines from your library account, or any over-due items you return with a donation. Food for Fines donations all go to the Salvation Army Food Pantry. Offer only applies to over-due fines. It does not include lost or damaged charges. Call 622-0956 or 545-6672 for more information.


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Nicely updated century home on 1.28 acres, 3 BR, 1.5 baths, kitchen has hardwood floor. Outside beautiful landscaping, garden pond, newer garage, 24x24 2 story barn, located on edge of Stone Creek. $84,500

for a business to move in. Can be used as one business or divided for 3 businesses. Has one full bath and a half bath. Would be great for a medical building, dentist, insurance or office.



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Holiday Hoopla. The Positive Purpose MS Support Group is planning a Holiday Hoopla on Sunday, Dec. 12 at 2 p.m. The event will be at the Coshocton County Memorial Hospital located at 1460 Orange Street in Coshocton. The luncheon will be served buffet style. Each attendee is asked to bring a $10 gift for a “Switch-a-ROO Gift Exchange”. For more information and to RSVP, call Angie at 502-2540 or Cj at 824-4370. Or e-mail them at (put PPMS in the subject line of the email).

Nice 3 bedroom, bath, family room, oak cabinets, central air, many updates. 2 car garage, deck on back of home. Coshocton Schools.



The pride of home ownership shows throughout this large 8 room home with a private setting on the edge of Roscoe Village on 3.5 acres, cherry cabinets, 2.5 baths, walkout basement, 3 car garage & workshop. $199,500

316 West Main St., West Lafayette Office: (740) 545-7186 Auction: (740) 545-7158 BRANCH OFFICE: (740) 498-4545 0011_120810 REAL ESTATE  DALE GRESS  REAL ESTATE

One Quiet Night. Coshocton Christian Tabernacle will present a Christmas drama/musical for the whole family entitled, “One Quiet Night” on Friday, Dec. 17 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 19 at 10 a.m. with a special performance on Sunday by The White Glove Ministry. The event is free to the public.

Marc Lacy 502-3074


Christmas Cookie and Candy Sale. Isleta United Methodist Church will have their 5th annual “Christmas Cookie and Candy Sale” in the church basement on Dec. 11 from 8 a.m. – Noon. There will be hundreds of holiday cookies and candies to choose from and you can make up your own assortment of favorites. Price is $5.50 per pound. Isleta UMC is located at 58608 CR 9, Newcomerstown.

BeLinda Lacy 294-8869


A Night in Bethlehem. Emmanuel Lutheran Church will present A Night in Bethlehem Friday and Saturday, Dec. 10 and 11 between 6 – 8 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 12 between 1 – 3 p.m. A free trip through the village will take 15-30 minutes. Come share the Christmas Story and take away the true essence of Christmas. Emmanuel Lutheran Church is located at 1500 Pleasant Valley Drive in Coshocton.

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Reviews. There will be a standard first aid review and a CPR/AED review on Dec. 18. The cost is $30 each or $35 if taking both reviews.

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American Red Cross

Jacob’s Closet. The Warsaw United Methodist Church’s Jacob’s Closet’s holiday hours are as follows: Thursday, Dec. 2 and Dec. 9 from 9 a.m. – Noon; Tuesday, Dec. 14 from 9 a.m. – Noon and 5 – 8 p.m.; and Thursday, Dec. 23 and Dec. 30 from 9 a.m. – Noon.

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Candy Available. Prize-winning peanut brittle, peanut butter fudge and chocolate fudges, a Nellie Chapel United Methodist Church Talent Project, are now available for purchase at Family Video on South 2nd Street, Coshocton. Their hours are 10 a.m. - midnight, 7 days a week including all holidays. Please note this is a new location. All proceeds benefit ministries supported by Nellie Chapel UMC. For more information or to order large amounts of candy, call Becky Bowden at (740) 327-2235.

“I make it happen, you make it home.”

Flu Shots. The Coshocton City Health Department is offering flu shots for $25 and is covered by Medicare Part B. Call 295-7303 or 295-7307 for an appointment.

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PERI Meeting. Public Employee Retirees Chapter 77 (PERI) will meet Wednesday, Dec. 8 at the Coshocton Senior Center. A meal at Noon will be followed by a short business meeting and a guest speaker. Call the Senior Center by Friday, Dec. 3 to make a lunch reservation.




Martha’s Cupboard. “Martha’s Cupboard” offers free items to those who live in Fresno and West Lafayette. Some documents are required to receive services. The cupboard is open the third Saturday of each month from 10 - 11:30 a.m. at the Fresno United Methodist Church. Call (740) 545-6422 for further information.


Bluegrass Music. The Three Rivers Bluegrass Music will be at the Agents Realty and Auction Services the 4th Saturday of each month from 7 – 9 p.m. Food and non-alcoholic drinks served at 5 p.m. Acoustic jam from 9 – 11 p.m. Admission is $5. Upcoming band this month is Chestnut Hill Bluegrass Band. There will also be a New Year’s Eve Party on Dec. 31 from 8 p.m. – 1 a.m. For more information, contact Duane or Clenda Hardesty (740) 498-8456

Christmas Eve Services. Roscoe United Methodist Church will have worship services at 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. on Christmas Eve. Both services will include Scriptures, special music, carols and candles with the sacrament of Holy Communion celebrated in addition at the 11 p.m. service. All are welcome. Please join us as we celebrate the Birth of Jesus, our Savior and Lord! The Roscoe United Methodist Church is located at 475 High Street (Historic Roscoe Village), Coshocton, OH.

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Holiday Food Drive. Sears Hometown Stores is having a Holiday Food Drive now thru Jan. 1, 2011. Donate non-perishable items during business hours and ask about “Holiday Heart Specials” where you can save on a select item in the store just for making a donation. Please do not donate any items in glass bottles or jars as they can break.


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Community Calendar Blue Star Mothers Next Meeting. The Blue Star Mothers will have their next meeting Monday, Dec. 13 at the Nazarene Church, 1058 Orange Street in Coshocton from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. The meeting will be in room 103 next to the library. The meetings are always the second Monday of each month at the Nazarene Church. They are mothers who have children serving in the military, guard or reserve or who are honorable discharged veterans. They are also a non-profit 501©3 service organization supporting each other and their children while promoting patriotism.

Christmas banquet. The Coshocton County Genealogical will have its annual Christmas banquet at the Roscoe United Methodist Church at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 21. Newly-elected 2011 officers and induction of member into the First Family, Pioneer Family, Civil War (D.A.R.), and Century Family will highlight the evening.

NEW DETAIL DEPARTMENT Economy Detail – $50 Standard Detail – $90 Ultimate Extreme Detail – $125 & up ltd.

706 Otsego Ave • 524 South 7th St • Coshocton SALES & DETAIL | 622-8350 MECHANICAL SERVICE | 622-4656


School Events

Winter Sports tickets. The Coshocton High School Athletic Department has winter sports season tickets on sale. Purchases can be made in the high school principal’s office during normal school hours. Tickets available are boys basketball reserve seats, girls basketball season, winter sports pass, Junior High School pass, and punch cards.

Marriages: Robin James Bork of Fort Wayne, IN to Rhonda Kay Mizer of Coshocton Scott Allen Martin of Newcomerstown to Alexandra Marie Bryant of Knoxville, TN Douglas Ray Morris of West Lafayette to Loretta Lynn Wolford of Warsaw Dane Edward Courtright of West Lafayette to Melinda Kay Blair of Coshocton Paul I Smith of Coshocton to Linda M McCray of Coshocton James Robert Graham of Coshocton to Brandi Lynn Brown of Coshocton Richard Frank Nowak of Coshocton to Angela Sue Bible of Coshocton Matthew David Thomas of Coshocton to Molly Laine Wilson of Coshocton

A Pioneer Christmas. The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum will be having a museum encounter for homeschoolers on Wednesday, Dec. 8 entitled A Pioneer Christmas. Students will learn about Christmas traditions in the pioneer days and make traditional holiday decorations and cards to give to friends and family. Reservations are required. Cost is $7 for each child, $5 for members, and $1 for each accompanying adult. Call the museum at 622-8710.

Land Transfers: 11/23 Conrad D Miller and Lois A Miller to Leroy U Troyer and Anna D Troyer; $38,507.40 The Home Loan Savings Bank to Brett A Talbott and Megan L. Underwood; $55,000 Ohio Heritage Bank to Karl J. Andrews and Jennifer A Andrews; $83,000 ARE Holding Ltd to Mary T Stahl and Jerome E Stahl; $25,000 11/29 Robert Lee Green Executor, Estate of Wiliam Hoy Green to Charles B Baumer and Carla L Baumer; $78,000 11/30 Anthony J McVay Sr, Darcy McCoy and Lincoln McCoy to Shawn J Dostie; $85,000 Green Tree Servicing LLC to Tim Primavera and Cindy Primavera; $20,000 12/1 Matthew A Hanna and Tammie R Hanna to Jacqueline M Richcreek; $66,500

Coshocton County ADHD Support Group. The ADHD Support Group meets at St. John’s UCC Dec. 14 from 5 - 6:30 p.m. Any age can attend and childcare is provided upon request. All information is confidential. For more information or questions, contact Angie Moses at 623-8551 or by email at Web site: Community Calendar will publish news briefs once and will typically include the who, what, why, when, where, and contact information. The events must be local, charitable in nature, and no more than 75 words.


LS Package, 4x4, PW, PL, CD.


09 Ford Focus SE

Only 25k, PW, PL, CD, Balance of Factory Warranty.



03 Chevy S-10 ZR2, 4x4.


07 GMC Sierra SLE


MON. - FRI. 9AM - 5PM



Ext. Cab, 4-Wheel Drive

ALL UNDER $5,000


03 Kia Sedona EX

2-Tone Paint, Heated Seat, Local Trade.


10 Kia Sportage LX 4-Wheel Drive.

Cars, Trucks, Mini-Vans, Work Vans and SUVs. Several with low miles, All fully serviced, and most with warranty.

Tax & Title down, Rates change from 5.99% to 14%. Terms from 36 to 72 months

– Since 1972 –

Rick “Mousie” Miller Justin Huntington Open M & Th. until 7pm CALL US 623.2200

1102 Chestnut St, Coshocton at the 5-way light  us out on the net at

Providing Quality Affordable Vehicles And Satisfaction After The Sale 65 W. Pine Street, Coshocton • 740-622-8811 (By Riverside Towers Apartments)

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07 Chevy Trailblazer

Public Record Coshocton Common Pleas Court – Divorces/Dissolutions Divorce Shannon E Palmer of Coshocton from Michael L Palmer of Coshocton Tracy L Babcock of Coshocton from James W Babcock Jr of Cleveland

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Auto Sales


Transfers Exempt from Conveyance Fees 11/22 J.J. Detweiler Enterprises Inc. to Marringer Properties LLC 11/23 Robert B. Mallough to Charlene M. Mallough The Southward Exchange Company LLC, Exchange Accommodation Titleholder for the benefit of Edward Kiefer to Kieflo Ltd Tony B Bice and Mary L Bice to American General Financial Services Inc. Judy McFarland to Jonathan McFarland Michael A Booke to Ingrid McFarland Estate of Evelyn Irene Eberwine to Harold E Eberwine Anthony and Patricia Cronin and Matthew and Kathryn V.N. Cronin to Ohio Heritage Bank Crystal E Lahna to Hollis B Lahna Estate of Elizabeth (Betty) A Siegrist to Robert Siegrist and Mary Smalley 11/24 George W Powell and Mary Suzanne Phillips to David L Babcock and Barbara J Babcock Walter and Anna Slonopas to Alexander Slonopas Tara D Klosinski and Gregg A Klosinski to Tara D Klosinski and Gregg A Klosinski Amanda R Miller to Frank D Trull 11/26 Lois M Swails to Lois M Swails Tamara L Meighen to Tamara L Meighen 11/29 Debbie Dovenbarger to Dale E Dovenbarger Mary Kathleen Mascolino to Joseph W Mascolino Jr



Will do housecleaning. Dump Truck 12ftx6ft. Have references. 740- $45/day. 8ft. Aluminum 502-7598 brake $10/day. 740327-4240 740-291APPLIANCES 7148

Kevin’s Used Appliances. Used washers, dryers and ranges. Used parts half price. I will haul away electric dryers and electric ranges, etc. that do not work for Free! Call KevLOST & FOUND in at 740-390-5114. No phone calls after 6pm. MISSING: 1 1/2 year New Castle, Ohio. No old male Pug, light col- Checks! ored puppy, black face. CR 55. Family Pet. 740BUY OR TRADE 824-5716 Will haul away for Free, HELP WANTED electric dryers & electric ranges that do not work, Information Associ- etc. 740-390-5114 ate - OSU Extension. For complete position description and to ap- FARM EQUIPMENT ply online, please go to Single horse harness and search for requisi- w/collar $250. Also utiltion number 354381. ity cart w/buggy shaft Applications must be $200. 4-wheel buggy received online no lat- w/shaft $500. Paint er than December 19, Gelding $200. 740-3272010. To build a diverse 4240 740-291-7148 workforce, Ohio State encourages applications from individuals with disabilities, minori-

FIREWOOD Seasoned Firewood Cherry-Walnut-Oak and other woods. Cut/ Split/Delivered $50 each load. (Will cut to size and length). Would make a great Christmas gift. 740-502-3657 740294-0733 HAY First, second cut orchard grass Timothy hay. Round or square bales. Round bales $30 and up. 740-8243621 MISC ITEMS

was New York State Champion, Father is TOYS 4lbs. Will be small. Call if interested. 740-545- Polly Pocket Cruise7756 Liner, dolls, cars, airplanes, chocoFREE, My name is Lucy late/white child’s fur and I’m a 6 year old trimmed rocking horse. beagle/cocker spaniel Make great Christmas mix. I’m housetrained gifts. Call 740-623and have all my shots. 0093 for more info. I love car rides, playing with you, and am a APARTMENTS devoted pet. I need a FOR RENT new home soon since my family is no longer AREA RENTAL INable to keep me. 740- FORMATION. Houses 545-7897 and Apartments. Rent or I’ll help you buy! Male chocolate lab Call 740-622-9791 toand male black lab day! and male Jack Russell. Free to Good Home. 2BR upstairs apt. w/ 740-327-4240 740- appliances w/d hook291-7148 up, no deposit $400/ mo. 740-327-4240 WANTED TO BUY 2BR Apt. W/D hook-up, Buying: Boy Scout nice neighborhood, no patches and memora- pets, metro approved. bilia one patch or entire $415/mo. Landlord collections. Call 740- pays water. References 623-0793 leave mes- required. Call Kevin sage or email scoutpa- Barrett 740-623-8325 or 740-610-8305

Airtight wood burning stove, heavy WANTED: Junk ve1/4 inch metal. hicles, scrap metal, ap$425. 740-390-5114 pliances, batteries and junk mowers. Also one PETS time clean up and removal of rubbish. 7402 male Yorkies ready 545-5025 for Christmas. Mother is 4lbs., Grandfather

HOMES FOR RENT Large 2BR, 1134 Adams St. Deposit required. $325/mo. 740502-1101

MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT 14x70, 3BR out, carport, RVSD on 2 appliances $395/mo. immediately. 2888

with tipstorage, acre lot, included. Available 740-327-

AUTOS 07 Ford Taurus SE, 49k miles. $9,795. 740623-8337 08 Chevy Cobalt LT, only 28k miles. $10,995. 740-623-8337 09 Ford Focus SES, Ambient lighting in 7 colors. $14,495. 740623-8337 Got something you really want to sell!? Put it in front of thousands of readers in The Coshocton County Beacon classifieds! Call Nicole at 622-4ADS (4237) or fax to 623-9937 or visit us at 226 Main St.!

CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINES Friday at 5 p.m. (Prior to Wednesday Publication) Place your order by phone: 740-622-4237 or fax: 740-623-9937 • Place your ad via e-mail: Stop In – 226 Main St. Coshocton

We attempt to publish reputable advertisers but cannot guarantee those we do not know. The Publisher reserves the right to reject any advertising for any reason.

CLASSIFICATION: Private Party – 25 words for $5.00 each additional word only $.25. Commercial Rate – 25 words for $10.00 each additional word only $.50. Garage/Yard Sales – 25 words for $15.00 each additional word only $.50. KIT Kit includes: 2 signs, checklist, INCLUDED! pricing stickers, and tips! Commercial Rates include:

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Notice of Sale. A-B-C Mini-Storage. The personal property of the following people will be removed from storage for non-payment on December 17, 2010, then sold at auction. Crystal Sinnett, 830 Orange Street, Coshocton. Sarah Stephens, 3464 Emery Club Way, Columbus. Wesley Reed, 757 Elm Street, Coshocton

ties, veterans and women. EEO/AA employer.

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Hybrid, In Dash Nav.

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GLS, Great Fuel Economy

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SE, 49k miles

On Star Ready, 47k miles

Only 37k, Leather Heated Seats






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LT, Only 28k miles


LS, Fuel Efficient, Luxury Ride


On Star, 41k miles


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deccember 8, 2010

Mission Auto Connection


December 08, 2010 Coshocton County Beacon  

Volume 3, Number 32 of The Beacon

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