Tuscarawas (Tusky) Valley

Tuscarawas (Tusky) Valley Ohio Communities Directory was  developed to serve and promote the Tuscarawas river Muskingum watershed region due to it's early American history as the Northwest Territory of 1787. As the Tuscarawas (Tusky) Valley Ohio Communities Directory became established and additional features like classified advertising and several Amish country businesses became integrated, we've expanded the definition of our Tuscarawas Valley Directory to include not only Tuscarawas county, but also, our surrounding counties which include: Stark, Carroll, Harrison, Guernsey, Coshocton, & Holmes counties of Ohio.

Tuscarawas (Tusky) Valley Ohio Communities Directory is now running in a secure HTTPS web server environment so we may offer FREE classified advertising, events calendar, on-line chat help, secure shopping and a huge search-able database of businesses for our visitors!

Welcome to Tuscarawas Valley, Ohio

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Tuscarawas Valley Ohio Communities Directory welcomes you! We have developed our site with a focus on the rich American history of the entire Tuscarawas Valley Ohio region. Chances are,  the information we provide is more accurate and detailed than the printed Yellow Pages telephone book or any on-line resource!

 

 

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old tuscarawas county mapWe welcome any articles, old photographs or historical resources related to Tuscarawas county, Ohio, that we may archive the rich American history of the Tuscarawas Valley, Ohio region!

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Joe Rinehart, publisher & webmaster

Gnadenhutten, Ohio Google News

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  1. FFA adviser's impact on students sets him apart - Farm and Dairy

    FFA adviser's impact on students sets him apart  Farm and Dairy

    Recognized for the impact he's had as an agriculture education teacher at Indian Valley High School, Dave Stiles could be Ohio's first Golden Owl recipient.

  2. Jean Recchiuti 90th birthday - New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Jean Recchiuti 90th birthday  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Jean Recchiuti of the Park Village Southside Nursing Home will observe her 90th birthday on Feb. 14. She is being honored with a card shower.She was born...

  3. West Liberty's Bolon Makes Top 50 List for Francis Award - Wheeling Intelligencer

    West Liberty's Bolon Makes Top 50 List for Francis Award  Wheeling Intelligencer

    BALDWIN CITY, Kan. — West Liberty University sophomore guard Dalton Bolon has advanced to the Top 50 Watch List for the Bevo Francis Award, which will...

  4. Not at All Funny Or Acceptable | News, Sports, Jobs - Wheeling Intelligencer

    Not at All Funny Or Acceptable | News, Sports, Jobs  Wheeling Intelligencer

    Imagine responding to the doorbell some Halloween night, opening the front door and finding in front of you a youngster dressed as a Native American from the...

  5. West Liberty Men Leapfrog IUP in D2SIDA Region Poll - Wheeling Intelligencer

    West Liberty Men Leapfrog IUP in D2SIDA Region Poll  Wheeling Intelligencer

    EDINBORO, Pa. — A 10-game winning streak highlighted by a big win Saturday has boosted the West Liberty University men's basketball team to the No.

  6. Indian Valley senior named Teen Ambassador - Tusco TV

    Indian Valley senior named Teen Ambassador  Tusco TV

    Gnadenhutten, Ohio - Indian Valley senior Vanessa Sanders has been appointed to serve as a Teen Ambassador for Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine.

  7. Tuscarawas County man who was attacked while mowing lawn dies - fox8.com

    Tuscarawas County man who was attacked while mowing lawn dies  fox8.com

    GNADENHUTTEN, Ohio - The Tuscarawas County Sheriff is investigating the bizarre homicide of a man attacked by a driver while mowing his lawn. "He was...

  8. Indian Valley to host informational meeting on bond issue - Tusco TV

    Indian Valley to host informational meeting on bond issue  Tusco TV

    Gnadenhutten, Ohio - Voters and families in the Indian Valley school district will have an opportunity to learn more about an upcoming bond issue and the...

  9. WSJ reports store fixture maker laid off 30 workers due to tariffs - woodworkingnetwork.com

    WSJ reports store fixture maker laid off 30 workers due to tariffs  woodworkingnetwork.com

    Tusco Display, an Ohio-based maker of custom store fixtures and precision metal fabrications, laid off 20 contract workers after the first quarter and temporarily...

  10. Roundup of FFA news for Aug. 9, 2018 - Farm and Dairy

    Roundup of FFA news for Aug. 9, 2018  Farm and Dairy

    Catch up on local news from Edon FFA and Indian Valley FFA.

  11. Shamel, Richard Isaac - Winston-Salem Journal

    Shamel, Richard Isaac  Winston-Salem Journal

    WINSTON-SALEM May 26, 2018 - Nov. 18, 2018 The Reverend Dr. Richard Isaac Shamel, 88, slipped the bonds of earth to ascend into Heaven this past...

  12. Woman dies in Tuscarawas County crash - WTOV Steubenville

    Woman dies in Tuscarawas County crash  WTOV Steubenville

    A Sherrodsville woman died after a Tuscarawas County crash on Tuesday afternoon. The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating the one-vehicle accident.

  13. Exhibition game provides unique homecoming for Eldon Miller - 247Sports

    Exhibition game provides unique homecoming for Eldon Miller  247Sports

    Ohio State unofficially begins the 2018-19 men's basketball season on Thursday night at Value City Arena. The Buckeyes take on UNC-Pembroke in an...

  14. UNCPs Eldon Miller set for reunion at Ohio State - The Fayetteville Observer

    UNCPs Eldon Miller set for reunion at Ohio State  The Fayetteville Observer

    PEMBROKE — Eldon Miller prefers to live in the moment. Entering his 11th season as a volunteer assistant for the UNC Pembroke men's basketball team, led by...

  15. Another Ohio school district allows armed staff in school - NBC4i.com

    Another Ohio school district allows armed staff in school  NBC4i.com

    Another school district in rural eastern Ohio has approved allowing staff with firearms on school grounds and in certain school safety zones.

  16. From teepees to headdresses, pictures define Native American cultural appropriation - National Geographic

    From teepees to headdresses, pictures define Native American cultural appropriation  National Geographic

    For indigenous people, everything from the word “America” to the insulting ways native symbols are used is a reminder of how those of European ancestry...

  17. Ohio school closed after student dies of bacterial meningitis - 13abc Action News

    Ohio school closed after student dies of bacterial meningitis  13abc Action News

    An Ohio school district has announced that its high school will be closed Monday after a student died from what health officials say is a probable case of...

  18. 5 things to know about former Cincinnati Bearcats coach Bob Huggins - Dayton Daily News

    5 things to know about former Cincinnati Bearcats coach Bob Huggins  Dayton Daily News

    The college basketball endured a scary moment last night when Bob Huggins went down on the cour...

  19. 16 Ohio festivals to attend over Fourth of July weekend - WKYC-TV

    16 Ohio festivals to attend over Fourth of July weekend  WKYC-TV

    Ashland Balloonfest. What: Live entertainment, hot air balloons, tournaments, exhibits, food, races and more. Where: Freer Field, 1238 Park Street, Ashland,...

  20. 12 things to do in Ohio this weekend, August 5-7 - WKYC-TV

    12 things to do in Ohio this weekend, August 5-7  WKYC-TV

    Catawba Peach & Wine Festival. What: Food, entertainment, wine, contests and demonstrations. Where: Schwan Orchards, 1797 NW Catawba Road, Port...

  21. West Virginia coach Bob Huggins' hard-driving style, work ethic traces to small southeast Ohio town - Plain Dealer

    West Virginia coach Bob Huggins' hard-driving style, work ethic traces to small southeast Ohio town  Plain Dealer

    View full sizeKenneth R. Brooks / Associated PressWest Virginia coach Bob Huggins talks with the media after practice on Tuesday in Morgantown W.Va.

  22. Wright State Insider: Golf team goes south to get their swings in - Dayton Daily News

    Wright State Insider: Golf team goes south to get their swings in  Dayton Daily News

    Local golfers haven't been able to tee it up much while contending with a frigid spring, including multiple days of snow in April, but Wright State players have had...

  23. Haysmith is MEC player of year | College - WV News

    Haysmith is MEC player of year | College  WV News

    BRIDGEPORT — Wheeling Jesuit's Haywood Highsmith has been selected as the Mountain East Conference Player of the Year, while West Liberty's Dalton...

  24. Col. Crawford statue at Crawford County Courthouse beheaded - WTOL.com

    Col. Crawford statue at Crawford County Courthouse beheaded  WTOL.com

    Col. William Crawford was a colorful figure during the Indian Wars and American Revolution. He was a personal friend of George Washington and had been...

  25. With Huggins around, Konate's choice to return made easier - WV News

    With Huggins around, Konate's choice to return made easier  WV News

    MORGANTOWN — It was an early season game last basketball season, although I have to admit I forget which one.

  26. Apparently social justice vandals are decapitating Revolutionary War statues now - Washington Examiner

    Apparently social justice vandals are decapitating Revolutionary War statues now  Washington Examiner

    Tortured to death toward the end of the Revolutionary War, Col. William Crawford's memory has only recently been desecrated. A marble statue of the pioneer...

  27. ‘We Are at the Limit’: Trump’s Tariffs Turn Small Businesses Upside Down - The Wall Street Journal

    ‘We Are at the Limit’: Trump’s Tariffs Turn Small Businesses Upside Down  The Wall Street Journal

    Large companies have mostly shrugged off the impact of the administration's trade skirmish with China. Smaller ones and startups lack the wiggle room to...

  28. Face of New Orleans: The history of the Whitney Bank clock - NOLA.com

    Face of New Orleans: The history of the Whitney Bank clock  NOLA.com

    Whitney National Bank's trademark clock and beaux arts-style ornamentation adorn the front entrance of the branch at Poydras and Camp streets, photographed...

  29. Cattle rustlers caught in Tuscarawas-Coshocton County scheme - Farm and Dairy

    Cattle rustlers caught in Tuscarawas-Coshocton County scheme  Farm and Dairy

    GNADENHUTTEN, Ohio — The Tuscarawas County Sheriff's Office has arrested two men in connection with a string of cattle rustling believed to have spanned...

  30. Statue of Slain American Hero, George Washington Confidant, Beheaded in Ohio Courtyard - Breitbart News

    Statue of Slain American Hero, George Washington Confidant, Beheaded in Ohio Courtyard  Breitbart News

    The statue of a Revolutionary War hero standing guard at the Ohio Crawford County Courthouse in Bucyrus, Ohio, was beheaded some time last week, and a...

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Kent State University Tuscarawas Campus

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