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  • Wave crash against Lebanon defense

    by - Sep 20, 2014
    GREENVILLE – The Greenville football team could not find a way to stop the constant pressure by the Lebanon Warrior defense. Greenville’s offense was unable to convert third down plays and form any type of drive...
  • Woman hospitalized after crash with truck

    by - Sep 19, 2014
    DARKE COUNTY – A woman was transported to the hospital after pulling out in front of a truck on US 127 Friday afternoon. Preliminary investigation revealed that the female driver of a black Hyundai Accent pulled out...
  • Driver hits house after losing control

    by - Sep 19, 2014
    DARKE COUNTY – A male driver lost control of his vehicle Friday afternoon, hitting a home near Coletown. According to the Darke County Sheriff’s Office, a man was traveling westbound on State Route 571 West just...
  • Greenville 7th grade football

    by - Sep 19, 2014
    The Greenvile Jr High 7th grade Wave take on Wayne Sept. 17, 2014 (Clinton Randall photo)...Read More
  • Suspect apprehended after crashing stolen car

    by - Sep 18, 2014
    DARKE COUNTY – A man wanted out of Montgomery County was apprehended after fleeing on foot following a crash near Pitsburg Thursday. According to the Darke County Sheriff’s Office, Mychal Bergman, 18, admitted to stealing a white 2003 Pontiac...
  • Seventh grade Wave shutout by Wayne

    by - Sep 18, 2014
    GREENVILLE – The Greenville 7th grade football team could not find a way to put the ball in the endzone Wednesday afternoon against the visiting Wayne Warriors. The Wave were shutout by a score of 41-0. The...
  • Area high school golfers compete in CCC tourney

    by - Sep 18, 2014
    DARKE COUNTY – Boys and girls golfers from area high schools gathered at Stillwater Valley Golf Club to compete in the Cross County Conference tournament Thursday. Check back later today for complete results from tournament....Read More
  • 2 injured in crash near Greenville

    by - Sep 16, 2014
    DARKE COUNTY – Two people were hospitalized following a crash north of Greenville Tuesday afternoon. According to the Darke County Sheriff’s Office, a male driver of a Ford Windstar van pulled out from an eastbound stop...
  • Community comes together for local firefighter

    by - Sep 16, 2014
    DARKE COUNTY – When it comes to the word brotherhood, firefighters definitely fit that label. When one of Darke County’s own was recently diagnosed with cancer, his “brothers” joined together to find a way to help out....
  • GFD responds to house fire on Harrison

    by - Sep 16, 2014
    GREENVILLE – The Greenville Fire Department responded to 920 Harrison Ave., on a report of a house fire Wednesday afternoon. Heavy smoke filled the one and a half story home when crews arrived on scene. The homeowners...
  • GYFL hosts Mad River

    by - Sep 15, 2014
    GREENVILLE – The Greenville Youth Football League (GYFL) hosted the Indians of Mad River Saturday in week four of the WJOFL season. The GYFL teams will play at home again on Sunday, Sept. 21 against the visiting...
  • Crews battle Ansonia mobile home fire

    by - Sep 13, 2014
    ANSONIA – Emergency personnel responded to a 2-alarm fire at 601 E. Canal Street in Ansonia Saturday morning. Crews arrived on the scene after 5 a.m. to find a mobile home on lot 7 of the...
  • Greenville celebrates big win at home

    by - Sep 13, 2014
    GREENVILLE – Starting out the week three game with back-to-back onside kick returns for touchdowns definitely set the tone for Greenville’s first win on the season. The opening week loss of starting QB Clay Guillozet at Eaton was...
  • Greenville man charged with Sexual Battery of a teen

    by - Sep 11, 2014
    GREENVILLE – A 37-year-old Greenville man is jailed on a $50,000 bond for multiple counts of Sexual Battery involving a teen. Christopher M. Newberry was arraigned Thursday in the Darke County Common Pleas Court after a Grand Jury...
  • Car arson suspect arraigned in court

    by - Sep 10, 2014
    GREENVILLE – Darke County Court Common Pleas Court .Judge Jonathan P. Hein ordered a $10,000 bond be continued for Joshua Willis, 18, of Greenville. Willis appeared for arraignment Wednesday morning after being indicted on one count of...
  • Medical condition possible cause of crash

    by - Sep 10, 2014
    GREENVILLE – Emergency personnel responded to a report of a vehicle losing control in a field behind the shopping center on the 500 block of Wagner Ave. in Greenville. According to the Greenville Police Department, a...
  • Wounded Tigers lose at home

    by - Sep 10, 2014
    ANSONIA – The Ansonia Middle School football team hosted Miami East Tuesday afternoon. The wounded Tigers, without key 8th grade players, were unable to stop the Vikings from marching down the field time after time. Ansonia lost...
  • Church burglary suspect convicted on 15 counts

    by - Sep 8, 2014
    GREENVILLE – Accused church burglary suspect, Ethan E. Louk, 21, of Gordon, pleaded guilty Monday to 15 counts included in a June indictment. Louk was charged after an investigation by the Darke County Sheriff’s Office suspected him...
  • Over 1,500 riders invade Arcanum for Tour de Donut

    by - Sep 6, 2014
    ARCANUM – Well over 1,500 riders took part in the 7th running of the Tour de Donut Saturday morning in Arcanum. Bicyclists from 18 states and as far away as California and Washington state ventured to...
  • Intersection crash injures 2

    by - Sep 6, 2014
    DARKE COUNTY – Two people were injured, one airlifted, following a crash in southern Darke County Saturday afternoon. According to the Darke County Sheriff’s Office, just after 4 p.m. a Buick Enclave pulled out from a...

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