Guernsey County Reaping Economic Benefits of Shale Boom

From the Coshocton Tribune:
Heather Swingle moved to Cambridge because of the oil and gas industry. 
She was running a coffee shop in New Concord, but she sold it to open Sky’s Coffee Bar on Wheeling Avenue. 
So far, it has paid off handsomely. 
Sky’s gets between 150 and 200 customers per day, Swingle said, and she attributes at least half of those to title researchers working for the oil and gas industry. They buy a cup of coffee in the morning before heading to the recorder’s office, and some come back two or three times throughout the day, she said.
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