Saturday Aug 16
Body recovered from Tuscarawas River in Coshocton County
Authorities in Tuscarawas and Coshocton counties have confirmed that a body has been recovered from the Tuscarawas River but have not confirmed the identity.
Happy 98th birthday Marie Jackson of Cambridge
Earlier this year, Mrs. Jackson attended the 80th Salem-Liberty High School Alumni Banquet.
17-year-old missing after last seen in the Tuscarawas River
Dive teams from various nearby fire departments continued the search Monday for a 17-year old male who possibly drowned in the Tuscarawas River Sunday afternoon.
Hornbeck-Milstead family reunion is held in Byesville
The 2014 Hornbeck - Milstead reunion took place on Aug. 2 at Byesville Village Park, with 62 family members and two guests in attendance.
We've heard the stories or read articles about how animals can help military veterans living with combat-related post- traumatic stress disorder adjust back into civilian life and lead a more productive life.
The Columbus Dispatch
Village should let military veteran keep his ducks
What a pleasure it was to pick up the Metro section on Monday and read about Darin Welker, an Iraq War veteran with post-traumatic stress disorder and depression who found comfort in caring for his ducks .
Iraq Vet's 'Therapy Ducks' Run Afoul of Law, Ohio Village Says
An Ohio vet's unconventional form of therapy is ruffling some legal feathers: He's been cited for owning therapy ducks .
Aggravated burglary and drug possession lead recent indictments
A Coshocton County Grand Jury that met July 18 has returned eight indictments. * Brian K. Sickles, 31, of 200 Elm St.: one count of aggravated burglary, a first-degree felony, and two counts of assault, first-degree misdemeanors * Daniel A. Wise, 32, of 315 N. 11th St.: one count of possession of cocaine, a fifth-degree felony, three counts of ... (more)
West L festival starts Thursday
This weekend, West Lafayette will have a celebration to welcome back some of its own.
Fine paid for Ohio veteran cited for therapy ducks
An Ohio Army veteran accused of violating a village ban by keeping 14 pet ducks says he wants his day in court, even though someone else paid his fine for having the ducks, which he says are therapeutic.