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Public Notice Of Sale Of Personal Property/Surplus Equipment

PUBLIC NOTICE OF SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY/SURPLUS EQUIPMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, the Union Township Board of Trustees will offer for sale to the highest bidder the sale the following items which will be for sale in "as is" condition:. 1. 580 Super L Extenda-Hoe Backhoe. 2. 2005 F-350 6.0...
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Gas prices and inflations hitting Coshocton first responders

COSHOCTON — High gas prices, general inflation and supply chain issues are being felt by everyone in Coshocton County and beyond.  While individuals might have options to drive less or buy alternate products, first responders don't often have that luxury. Law enforcement, mobile medical units and fire companies have to be on the road and...
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Boroughs: Newark Earthworks and indigenous people

"Restoring land without restoring relationship is an empty exercise. It is relationship that will endure and relationship that will sustain the restored land.” - Robin Wall Kimmerer, Citizen Potawatomi Nation As we celebrate plans for central Ohio to become home to a UNESCO World Heritage site, including eight Hopewell Earthworks, it seems important to heed the words of Robin Kimmerer, author of the widely celebrated book Braiding Sweetgrass. Kimmerer is a botanist and indigenous woman with deep connections to...

'We do get to be a family' — Area pools share how they are keeping staff for season

As May becomes June and temperatures hit the 80s and 90s, community pools are a popular stop for many who want to cool down and a fun place to go. Despite delayed openings for some locations — like the Loudonville Swimming Pool — the summer season is now in full swing, and some pool managers say they are busier than ever. Busy days lead to a need for more lifeguards and local managers shared how they recruit and keep workers at their pools.
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Looking for a Federal or Postal Job?

Looking for a Federal or Postal Job? What looks like the ticket to a secure job might be a scam. For information, call the Federal Trade Commission, toll-free, 1-877-FTC-HELP, or visit A message from the FTC. and the Mount Vernon News.

The Most Historic Ohio Restaurants

While there are tons of restaurants that have been open since the 20th century and are most definitely considered "old" there are very few restaurants that have been open since the 19th century, these are the restaurants that are considered "historic."

Farmers markets offer fresh goods and homemade crafts

If you are looking for the freshest local produce available, homemade baked goods, and unique handmade crafts, then the Coshocton and Fresno farmers markets are the place to go on Saturday mornings. But you had better come early before it’s all gone. Elsie Summers from Spring Valley Farm sold...

GALLERY: Danville Chicken Days 2022

Grant is a 2020 graduate of Ohio University where he obtained his Bachelor's degree in journalism. Afterward, he was a general assignment reporter for the Ashland Times-Gazette till being hired at Knox Pages in June 2022.
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Tasty Gifts For Dad

Great gifts for dad! Grandpa’s Cheesebarn has locations in Ashland, Norton and Fairlawn.
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Firearms, sporting items, and misc.

2042 Claremont Ave. Ashland, OH 44805 (Ashland Co. Fairgrounds) It’s our pleasure to offer this high-quality firearms collection from a single owner. All firearms are well cared for and in very nice condition. Winchester Model 70 300 Win Mag Serial# 105118, Ruger 10/22 Custom Stainless, Remington Mod. 31 16...

Owners of former pizza food truck open new, 90s-themed pizza restaurant

The pizzeria, which comes from the owner of the former Farm Fired Pizzas food truck, is now officially open. The new pizza shop, which is located at 2050 Cherry Valley Rd. in Newark, opened for business on June 11. BROUGHT TO YOU BY. And while many pizzerias are focused on...

Penn Station East Coast Subs to open Ashland location

ASHLAND — Penn Station East Coast Subs will open a new restaurant Monday, June 20 at 1012 Sugarbush Drive in Ashland. The restaurant is owned by Hank Barnard, Brian Bullerman and Steve Pryor. Pryor has worked for Penn Station restaurants for 27 years. Pryor started as a general manager for a multi-unit Penn Station franchisee in Dayton, where he moved up to operations director and vice president of operations. He joined HB3, LLC as managing owner in 2018. This will be the group’s ninth Penn Station restaurant in Northwest Ohio.

Garage Sale

There's something for everyone, including a new small refrigerator, baby items, tools, hedge trimmers, women's clothing, and outdoor items. Also available: handmade grandfather clock that needs repaired.