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  • New cattle barn to be ready for fair

    by - Jul 26, 2014
    GREENVILLE – “The fair barn will not be complete but it will be usable by fair time,” Darke County Fair Manager Daryl Riffle told Kiwanis of Greenville members July 16. He added work would be wrapped...
  • County faces serious public safety communications decisions

    by - Jul 26, 2014
    DARKE COUNTY – “In the next five years we have some very serious public safety communications decisions to make,” Darke County Chief Deputy Mark Whittaker said. Cost? Possibly up to a million dollars. In 2010 Darke...
  • Donnelly inspires walkers at Darke County Relay for Life

    by - Jul 26, 2014
    VERSAILLES –Darke County has been a strong supporter of the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life for a decade. The 2014 event was held July 17 and 19 at Heritage Park in Versailles. Rose Schlater, event...
  • The Gathering is a Blast

    by - Jul 26, 2014
    GREENVILLE – Thunderous, bone-rattling, downright earth-shaking-loud is how to describe the cannon firing demonstrations at the Gathering at Garst.  Make sure you visit the living history encampment and step back in time.  The encampment is set...
  • The Gathering offers two days of great entertainment

    by - Jul 26, 2014
    GREENVILLE – The stage will be set for two days of harmonious wonderment! Here’s a run-down of what’s happening on the musical side of The Gathering at Garst: Saturday Noon – Joe and Jack Waters. 1...
  • Visit the Gathering Today and Tomorrow

    by - Jul 26, 2014
    GREENVILLE – There is always a lot to see and do at The Gathering at Garst. This year is no exception. Stop by to see some of the exhibits, grab a bite to eat, enjoy the...
  • Bruner awarded Eagles scholarship

    by - Jul 25, 2014
    GREENVILLE – The Greenville Eagles 2177 presented a scholarship through the Senior Scribes Scholarship Fund to 2014 Greenville High School graduate Kyle Bruner July 22. Kyle is the son of the late Kevin Bruner. Noting he...
  • Greenville Police Beat 07-25-14

    by - Jul 25, 2014
    Police respond to domestic violence, drugs and more On July 16 police were called to Greenville Police Department regarding a domestic violence complaint. The individuals involved were at the station with the suspect, a 17-year-old juvenile,...
  • Woman pulls into path of semi

    by - Jul 25, 2014
    DARKE COUNTY – A woman escapes serious injury after her vehicle was struck by a semi Friday afternoon on US 127 north. Preliminary investigation revealed that the female driver of a white Pontiac Vibe pulled out...
  • Hooked On Fishing Not On Drugs holds 10th year

    by - Jul 25, 2014
    WAYNE LAKES – Hooked On Fishing Not On Drugs wrapped up the 10th year for the program Wednesday, July 23 at Wayne Lakes with a traditional pizza party. According to co-founders Don Drew and John Winger,...
  • Second suspect charged in vehicle arson case

    by - Jul 25, 2014
    GREENVILLE – The Greenville Police Department has charged a second suspect in connection with Tuesday morning’s rash of vehicle thefts and fires. Charged is 34-year-old Lowell “Bill” Bowers of Greenville. He and Josh Willis, 18, have been charged with...
  • NEIBERG, WILMA L.

    by - Jul 25, 2014
    Wilma L. Neiberg, age 63 of Bradford, passed away Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at the Wayne Hospital, Hospice Unit. Wilma was born in Celina on December 21, 1950 to William E. & Edna Mae (Fishbaugh) Poor;...
  • SWANK, WAYNE R.

    by - Jul 25, 2014
    Wayne R. Swank, 84, of Greenville, passed away suddenly on July 23, 2014 at Wayne Hospital.  He was born Feb. 2, 1930 to the late Ira and Pauline Swank.  Wayne graduated from Jackson High School; retired...
  • HAWKEY, CARL L.

    by - Jul 25, 2014
    Carl Leo “Bud” Hawkey, 88, of New Madison, Ohio passed away on July 23, 2014 at Dayton Veterans Hospital.  Bud was born on August 31, 1925 in Castine, Ohio to the late Earl and Viola (Hosbrook)...
  • Teen driver hospitalized following crash

    by - Jul 25, 2014
    DARKE COUNTY – A teen was taken to the hospital after he was involved in a crash Friday morning near Arcanum. According to the Darke County Sheriff’s Office the 17-year-old male driver was stopped in the eastbound...
  • Maher wins 2014 Miss Annie Oakley title

    by - Jul 25, 2014
    YORK WOODS – In a contest having many sitting on the edge of their seats, 14-year-old Hayley Maher emerged as the top sharpshooter in the Miss Annie Oakley shootout, earning the title of Miss Annie Oakley...
  • Music and deals at August First Friday

    by - Jul 25, 2014
    GREENVILLE – Main Street Greenville is pleased to announce another great First Friday event planned for Aug. 1, 6-9 p.m., in downtown Greenville. This event is sponsored by Bach to Rock. Main Street Greenville invites everyone...
  • CBC celebrates 50 years of saving lives

    by - Jul 25, 2014
    DAYTON – Patients arriving at Dayton hospitals in the early 1960’s with traumatic injury or in need of major surgery faced desperate uncertainties practically unheard of in America today.  Did the hospital have enough blood?  Was...
  • Higgins-Madewell entertain Aug. 1

    by - Jul 25, 2014
    GREENVILLE – Wind up the summer on a positive note by enjoying the August Lunch on the Lawn. On Aug. 1, stop by the Greenville Public Library to relax and nourish yourself under the shade trees...
  • Chicken BBQ set for Aug. 2

    by - Jul 25, 2014
    NEW MADISON – The second of two annual chicken BBQs sponsored for the benefit of the New Madison Fire Department by the New Madison Firebelles will be held at the firehouse. The cost for adults is...

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