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Rushville adopts new village seal

The Village Council passed a resolution last night adopting a new seal for the Village of Rushville. The seal was designed to commemorate the historic two-lane covered bridge that once spanned Rush Creek connecting the two Rushvilles. The bridge was built by Nathaniel Coulson in 1842 and served as a toll stop along the Zanesville-Maysville Pike which would later become Old State Route 22. It was ultimately demolished in 1928 to make way for a modern steel bridge that could accommodate heavy automobile and truck traffic. Though it is gone it remains an important part of Rushville’s wonderful history.



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