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Warsaw man identified as driver killed in West Lafayette bus accident
Tippecanoe County Coroner Carrie Costello has announced the name of the driver killed in a school bus accident in West Lafayette Thursday morning. According to a report by the West Lafayette Police Department, the bus had been turning through the intersection at U.S. 231 and Lindberg Road when it was hit by another car before slidding into a another collision with a third car.
Grand jury hands down indictments on rape, burglary and meth dealing
COSHOCTON − Drug trafficking, burglary and rape of a minor are among the major crime indictments recently issued by a Coshocton County grand jury. ● Murel D. Parks Jr., 51, of Coshocton, was indicted with one count of aggravated trafficking in drugs, a second-degree felony, related to methamphetamine from an incident on Feb. 8. It carries a specification to forfeit $1,375.91 in cash. The Coshocton County Sheriff's Office reported executing a search warrant in the 18000 block of County Road 6, where drugs, cash and drug trafficking items were taken from the scene.
Driver suffers medical emergency, crashes vehicle through Covington Square Apartments
COSHOCTON − The Coshocton County Sheriff's Office reported a vehicle striking an apartment shortly after 4 p.m. Tuesday in the 300 block of Brown's Lane. Authorities said Paul Apple Jr., 48, of Oxford Township, was traveling east when he suffered a medical emergency. He went left of center and off the left side of the roadway. Apple's vehicle struck a concrete block wall at the entrance of Covington Square Apartments. It traveled through the wall and...
How personal income has changed in Holmes County—plus, see how it compares to the rest of the state and country
Stacker analyzed Bureau of Economic Analysis data to see how personal income has changed in Holmes County, Ohio and how it compares to state and national levels.
Next step in new building plans at West Holmes is a traffic study for proposed road
FFA students express thanks for allowing a field trip to Denver. New football coach is grateful for opportunity and ready to get to work. West Holmes senior thanks Killbuck Elementary teachers and staff for their dedication. KILLBUCK − One of next steps on the route to a new kindergarten-grade five...
Rainbow Hills Winery moves from Newcomerstown to more visible space in West Lafayette
The business makes its own wine and beer with the liquor license still in transfers. They offer food including pizzas, subs and salads. Rainbow Hills Winery opened in 1988 in Newcomerstown and was bought by Eric and Traci Dennis in 2018. The business recently moved to 56280 U.S. 36 in...
Inches Here, Nearly 1 Foot South
CANTON, Ohio (News Talk 1480 WHBC) – Most of us got just a few inches of snow late Friday through Saturday morning. But not far to our south, folks got hammered. Nearly a foot of snow fell in a narrow line from Coshocton County to Steubenville. A report from...
Girls Basketball Roundup – February 21, 2024
OHSAA girls basketball scores for February 21, 2024 in Ohio high school sport. Hiland dominates Tuscarawas Central Catholic in convincing showing. It was a tough night for Tuscarawas Central Catholic which was overmatched by Hiland in this 75-8 verdict. Last season, Hiland and Tuscarawas Central Catholic squared off on Feb....
Coshocton commissioner candidate owes delinquent taxes, says he's handling it
COSHOCTON – A candidate for Coshocton County commissioner has three open cases related to delinquent taxes in Coshocton County Common Pleas Court, bringing in question his fiscal responsibility when he could be dealing with multi-million dollar budgets if elected. However, he's confident in the way he is handling the situation.
Holmes County, OH High School Boys Basketball Schedule, Streaming Live Today - February 22
If you live in Holmes County, Ohio and try to stay on top of all the local high school basketball action, we've got you covered. Below, we offer all the info you need for how to watch the games today. Follow high school basketball this season on the NFHS Network!...
Old-fashion service and style offered at new location of Locals Barbershop
COSHOCTON − Locals Barbershop has opened a second location at 115 S. Sixth St.It operates like the old-fashion barbershops, where walk-in are welcomed as is those who just want to hang out. Jay West opened Locals Barbershop in 2019 at 1239 Chestnut St. He and partner Brandon Selders recently added the second shop...
This marketplace in Ohio features 80,000-sq. ft. of indoor shopping, winery on site
There's a massive marketplace in northeast Ohio that features 80,000 square feet of indoor shopping. Nestled in Sugarcreek, Ohio, the newly rebranded Walnut Creek Marketplace opens for the season on March 7. The market recently expanded again to now have more than 80,000 square feet of shopping. The Walnut Creek...
Lester, Harmer, Snow and Zimmerman vie for Knox County Commissioner seat amid solar energy debate
Four GOP candidates seeking election to the Knox County Commission debated the industrial solar issue at a candidate question and answer session held Feb. 20 at the The Woodward Opera House. The winner of the race to be decided in the March 19 Republican primary will be the heavy favorite...
Vendors licenses: Holmes County
Adam J. Chrapowicki, Ink and Laser Innovations, 2989 State Route 60, Killbuck. Backyard Comfort, 5916 County Road 168, Millersburg.
Playground of Talent will showcase artwork by elementary and high school students
COSHOCTON − A Playground of Talent featuring artwork from local elementary and high school students will have a special opening from 1 to 3 p.m. March 17 at the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum, 300 N. Whitewoman St. Admission for the opening event is free. The elementary artwork is produced by students...
Matthews brings passion for midwifery care to Pomerene
MILLERSBURG – Megan Matthews is the newest Certified Nurse Midwife to join Pomerene’s midwifery team. Certified Nurse Midwives are healthcare providers that go through comprehensive training, providing personalized and holistic care throughout pregnancy, birth and postpartum. Matthews will support women from puberty through menopause. She said she is...
Philips, Keesee challenge Collier over solar backing
On Feb. 20 incumbent Knox County Commissioner Thom Collier was faced with questions over his support of industrial solar projects in Knox County. Collier, who boasts a lengthy tenure as a Knox County Commissioner spanning 12 years, preceded by an eight-year stint in the Ohio House of Representatives, has been a pivotal figure in paving the way for solar initiatives within the county.
Ohio man scammed out of $1.3M; ‘money mule’ arrested
A 68-year-old Holmes County man was enjoying his golden years in the peaceful village of Holmesville, but his world was turned upside down after he responded to a message from what turned out to be a scam artist on Facebook, asking about his interest in hunting.
Holmes Man Loses $1.3 Million in Crypto Scheme
MILLERSBURG, Ohio (News Talk 1480 WHBC) – A New York man faces federal money laundering charges, accused of ripping off a Holmes County man for $1.3 million. The FBI says Lin Kai met the 68-year-old in a parking lot in Mount Vernon and took five bags of cash amounting to hundreds of thousands of dollars.
See who made the All-IVC boys and girls basketball squads
With the regular season in the books, the Inter-Valley Conference released its boys and girls basketball squads. Boys In the North Division, Malvern senior J'Allen Barrino was tabbed Player of the Year and East Canton's Ryan McGonagle earned Coach of the Year. ...