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The village council will hold a special meeting

WEST LAFAYETTE — West Lafayette Village Council will meet in special session at 6 p.m. Tuesday in council chambers to question a candidate for a vacant council seat.

The only candidate to apply is Brittany Howell, title insurance agent and office manager for Drown Law Office and Fidelity Title & Closing Services Agency. She graduated in 2008 from Ridgewood High School and the Coshocton County Career Center. She holds an associate’s degree in business technology from Central Ohio Technical College.

The Sacred Heart celebrates Catholic Schools Week

COSHOCTON – Sacred Heart is celebrating National Catholic Schools Week from January 30 to February 5. Sacred Heart has over 100 students from kindergarten through seventh grade.

To celebrate the week, students will participate in community service projects and study each class’ chosen patron saint. There will also be activities such as crazy hair and sock days and a fancy dress day. Knowledge of faith will be challenged in Catholic Wheel of Fortune.

Warning sirens tested

COSHOCTON – The monthly outdoor warning siren test will take place Wednesday at 10 a.m.

The sirens are the Bakersville, Conesville, Coshocton, Canal Lewisville, Pleasant Valley, West Lafayette and Walhonding Valley fire stations and the Coshocton City Schools campus. WTNS Radio will emit its alert tone for one minute at the same time.

Kimberly Insurance honored

COSHOCTON – Coshocton’s Kimberly Insurance Agency has been granted preferred agency status for 2022 with Buckeye Insurance Group.

As a preferred agency, Kimberley Insurance demonstrates the highest level of insurance knowledge, professionalism and service to its clients.

The museum launches a new program

COSHOCTON — The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is launching a new lunchtime program with Artifact Chats from noon to 1 p.m. on the third Tuesday of each month at the museum, 300 N. Whitewoman St.

The first will take place on February 15 is Three Generations of Wyeth Art. The original 1945 painting “Corn Harvest in the Hill Country” by NC Wyeth is a museum favorite. For more than a century, Wyeth and his offspring have created art that captures and captivates the American imagination. The chat will cover the life and times of this family and the profound impact they had on the American art scene.

No registration is necessary and you are encouraged to bring your lunch with you. For more information, call 740-622-8710 or email [email protected]

Republicans endorse county candidates

COSHOCTON — The Coshocton County Republican Central Committee recently voted unanimously to endorse Gary Fischer as Coshocton County Commissioner and Robert Batchelor as Coshocton County Court of Common Pleas Judge. Both are incumbent Republicans seeking re-election in the fall general election.

MVESC advice to meet

ZANESVILLE — The Muskingum Valley Educational Service Center Board of Trustees will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. Feb. 7 at the Board Office, 205 N. Seventh St.

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