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May 26, 2015


  • DCCA recognizes volunteer ushers

    by - May 26, 2015
    GREENVILLE – Darke County Center for the Arts (DCCA) recognizes RSVP Artists Series Volunteer Ushers and would like to thank them for their help in the 2014-2015 season. “The volunteer ushers are a vital part of...
  • DCCA reps meet with Ohio’s First Lady

    by - May 26, 2015
    COLUMBUS – Local arts council representatives met with elected officials as part of Ohio Arts Day recently at the State Capital, to thank them for their support of the arts and share Darke County Center for...
  • Jet Star Artists

    by - May 26, 2015
    PITSBURG – Jet Star Artists were awarded at Franklin Monroe Elementary for the fourth and final nine weeks of the 2014-2015 school year.  To receive this award the students must have good behavior in Art Class,...
  • Wenig earns Lead the Way scholarship

    by - May 26, 2015
    VERSAILLES – Versailles High School senior Hannah Wenig has earned a $1,000 scholarship for her creative approach to encouraging classmates to donate blood in the annual Community Blood Center/Vectren Lead the Way Creative Scholarship competition. Hannah...
  • Dean’s List – Ohio Dominican University

    by - May 26, 2015
    COLUMBUS – Ohio Dominican University has named the following students to its Spring Semester 2015 Dean’s List – Jeffrey Paul, of Greenville, and Lauren Rindler, of Rossburg....Read More
  • Hueston Woods Arts and Crafts Fair

    by - May 26, 2015
    HUESTON WOODS – The 50th Annual Hueston Woods Arts & Crafts Fair is being held June 13 and 14, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the historic Pioneer Farm, 6924 Brown Road, Oxford. This is a...
  • Counterfeit criminals caught in Union City

    by - May 25, 2015
    UNION CITY, Ohio – A trio is facing several charges after trying to pass counterfeit bills during the Annual Union City Community Garage Sales over the Memorial Day weekend. On Saturday the Union City Ohio Police Department received...
  • ACES Program graduates 30 students for 2015

    by - May 25, 2015
    GREENVILLE – “These kids are doing things they didn’t think was possible,” said Jeff Vaughn, Gateway Program Coordinator for Darke County. He looked at the students sitting together at the graduation celebration at Romer’s Catering May...
  • Kiwanis recognizes Key Club leaders, Teacher of the Year

    by - May 25, 2015
    GREENVILLE – “This is a good group,” said Key Club Kiwanis Advisor Mike Snyder. “It warms my heart when I hear ‘hi, Mikey’.” On May 20 Snyder introduced five of his Key Club leaders, also graduating...
  • Edison students receive high honors

    by - May 25, 2015
    PIQUA – Two Edison Community College students have been named to the 2015 Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) All-Ohio Academic Team. Kerrie Josefovsky of Piqua and Lucas Purdin of Greenville have been selected as two of this...
  • Woodland 2nd graders tour fall school ‘home’

    by - May 25, 2015
    GREENVILLE – Work hard. Study hard. Be happy! Mr. Westfall’s message to his third grade math classes is simple… Go Math! “Bust that PARCC Test,” do well and earn a Westfall Buck. His was one of...
  • Brian Ruhe graduates

    by - May 25, 2015
    ALLIANCE – Brian Ruhe, of Versailles, graduated with a bachelor of arts in finance and management from the University of Mount Union....Read More
  • DCCA celebrates successful season

    by - May 25, 2015
    GREENVILLE – Darke County Center for the Arts recognizes the community for their support of the arts and a successful 2014-2015 Roots & Wings season.  “YOU truly are the ROOTS that give DCCA and the arts...
  • Museum open for festival

    by - May 25, 2015
    VERSAILLES – The Versailles Area Museum will be open Poultry Days Weekend for your touring pleasure. Hours are Friday, 4-8 p.m.; Saturday, 1-8 p.m., and Sunday, 1-6 p.m. There is always free parking for those visiting...
  • Crews battle another Greenville garage fire

    by - May 24, 2015
    GREENVILLE – Once again, firefighters responded to a garage fire on the south side of Greenville late Saturday evening. As the crews arrived on the scene sometime after 11 p.m., they discovered a detached garage at the...
  • Former firefighter battling Brain Cancer

    by - May 24, 2015
    GREENVILLE – Tim Ridenour, retired Greenville Fire Department firefighter, fire educator and veteran, was diagnosed with Stage IV Primary Brain Cancer – a GBM – glioblastoma multiforme on Oct. 2, 2013 and has had his ups...
  • Grant sought to complete needed work on band shell

    by - May 24, 2015
    GREENVILLE – “Structurally there’s not a lot of life left in the shell,” said Dale Musser, Greenville Parks & Recreation Board. He pointed out many of the areas where Greenville’s Band Shell, built in the 1930’s,...
  • VHCC receives its 5th Facility of the Year Award

    by - May 24, 2015
    VERSAILLES – “This is the big award,” Versailles Health Care Center (VHCC) Director Kristy Earick said. “We’re the top facility out of 27 buildings.” She grinned, adding “We get little ones every year… we’re going to...
  • Wayne HealthCare’s focus is doing everything Exceedingly Well

    by - May 24, 2015
    GREENVILLE – The hospital in Greenville has been called many things over the years – some good and some bad. Those negative connotations may have been acceptable in years past, but not anymore. Wayne HealthCare has...
  • Greenville man airlifted after motorcycle crash

    by - May 24, 2015
    DARKE COUNTY – At approximately 9:03 p.m. Darke County Deputies, along with Union City Ohio Fire and Rescue, were dispatched to the 7700 block of Palestine Union City Rd. reference to a reported motorcycle accident. Preliminary investigation revealed...
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