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Tuscarawas County Man Flees Deadly Head-On Crash

A Uhrichsville man was arrested after fleeing the scene of a Thursday accident in Paint Township. The Wooster Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol responded to the two-vehicle crash, shortly after 4pm, which occurred on State Route 241 in Wayne County. Investigators determined that 32-year-old Charles Samples, of Tuscarawas...
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Warsaw woman sentenced for knife attack

COSHOCTON − A Warsaw woman was sentenced Thursday in Coshocton County Common Pleas Court for using a knife in a domestic incident earlier this year. Amanda F. Reichley, 39, was indicted in February with felonious assault, a second-degree felony, and domestic violence, a first-degree misdemeanor, from an incident on Feb. 3. The indictment states Reichley used a knife to knowingly cause harm or attempt to cause harm to another. According to statements in open court, the victim suffered...
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1 in custody after deadly crash in Wayne County, highway patrol says

PAINT TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WOIO) - The Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP) said troopers took a driver into custody Thursday afternoon after he fled a deadly crash in Wayne County. According to a news release, the two-car crash happened around 4:13 p.m. on State Route 241 in Paint Township. OSHP said...

Dover Steam Show returns to fairgrounds

DOVER — The 58th annual Dover Steam Show has returned to the Tuscarawas County Fairgrounds for the usual offerings of steam-enthusiast activities, including: steam engine games, a garden tractor pull, and more. According to the Tuscarawas Valley Pioneer Power Association Facebook page, "The Dover Steam Show was conceived in...

Port Washington Village Council

KEY ACTION There were no bids received for the sale of property at 113, N. High St. This property was advertised for sale with a minimum bid of $16,000. Council approved to proceed with demolishing the vacant home. The village will seek possible grant funding for the demolishing. DISCUSSION: Discussed...

NCT Gateway to Fall Festival Bringing New Events

Nick McWilliams reporting – The yearly Gateway to Fall Festival in Newcomerstown is bringing back goodwill in the community with new additions in 2022. Held August 19th and 20th, the festival acts as a benefit to the Thomas R. Little Community Fund, founded by the friends and family of the late attorney who was proactive in Newcomerstown’s growth.

Holmes County cheese maker investing in new equipment

A longtime Holmes County business is investing in some new equipment. Bunker Hill Cheese, with the help of a $50,000 grant from JobsOhio, is purchasing $100,000 worth of new equipment, which is expected to create ten new jobs at its location in Berlin. The family owned business opened in 1935 and now produces up to 25 different varieties of cheese, averaging more than 50,000 pounds of cheese each week.

Football preview: Coshocton breaking in new faces

COSHOCTON — Like many teams in the Muskingum Valley League's Small School Division, Coshocton has its share of questions. The team lost 15 seniors, including two that were All-Ohio caliber in Korbyn Haley and Alec Shook. Veteran quarterback Kobe Rust is also gone. But Coach Steve Smith's squad also...

Lunchtime program planned at JH Museum

The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is proud to announce the return of monthly lunchtime programs. On Tuesday, Aug. 30 from noon to 1 p.m., “Meet Me at the Museum” will start. Bring a lunch or enjoy some snacks on the museum and gather together to discuss a new topic each time.

Walk Across Holmes County aims to raise falls awareness

The Falls Prevention Program of the Holmes County Health District and the Standing Against Falls Coalition are committed to empowering older adults to age well and stay falls-free. Again, this year they are hosting a virtual Walk Across Holmes County during September to raise falls awareness in the ages 60 and over population.

Footlight Players present ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’

Coshocton Footlight Players present “To Kill a Mockingbird” from the book by Harper Lee. Directed by Susan Metz Guthrie and produced by Marsha Cusin, the production speaks directly to troubled times through face to face interaction of race and justice in America. This production is dedicated in loving remembrance of Bettsy Gauerke.