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Coshocton Tribune

Coshocton Tribune
Type Daily newspaper
Editor Pam James
Founded 1909
Headquarters 550 Main Street Coshocton, Ohio[1]
Circulation 3,800 daily
4,748 Sunday
Website Coshocton Tribune

Coshocton Tribune is a daily newspaper that serves the community of Coshocton, Ohio, USA, and the surrounding Coshocton County.


The Coshocton Tribune was founded in 1909 by William J. Bahmer, a former teacher. The paper was independently owned until 1960, when it was sold to Thompson Newspapers. In 2000, it was sold to Gannett.[3]


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  2. ^ Gannett 2013 Annual Report, p.17.
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