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October 21, 2014


  • Foster volunteers at Greenville Park

    by - Oct 21, 2014
    GREENVILLE – Dustin Foster, a Certified Tree Arborist, and his crew from Foster Tree and Landscaping recently donated two full days of labor removing several diseased ash trees in the Greenville City Park. Their generosity paved...
  • Ghost Walk tour guides and actors

    by - Oct 21, 2014
    GREENVILLE – Darke County Center for the Arts 11th annual Ghost Walk will feature costumed tour guides who will lead participants to haunted sites in downtown Greenville as well as actors who will portray characters involved...
  • Oakley Place is deficiency free

    by - Oct 21, 2014
    GREENVILLE – Oakley Place is proud to inform Darke County residents that for the last two years, they received special recognition from the Ohio Center of Assisted Living and Ohio Department of Health for being deficiency...
  • Two local donors vying for car

    by - Oct 21, 2014
    DAYTON – Ten blood donors will gather at the downtown Dayton Community Blood Center (CBC) Oct. 23 to find out who will be cruising in a brand new car.  All are computer-selected finalists in the “Summer...
  • 46th annual BRC Auxiliary Bazaar

    by - Oct 21, 2014
    GREENVILLE – Preparations are underway for the 46th Annual Bazaar set for Nov. 1.  Brethren Retirement Community Auxiliary is sponsoring the event to be held at 750 Chestnut Street in the Brick Room. Doors will open...
  • YFC invites all to Come to the Party!

    by - Oct 21, 2014
    GREENVILLE – Most people know about the many problems going on in our world, and young people living in the “world of teenagers” experience numerous challenges of their own.  Yet, in the midst of even the...
  • Dollar Tree in Greenville robbed

    by - Oct 20, 2014
    GREENVILLE – The Dollar Tree store in Greenville was reportedly robbed Monday just after noon. According to store employee a male, age 25-30, with dirty blonde hair made away with around $100 in a grey-colored van....
  • Louk gets probation for church break-ins

    by - Oct 20, 2014
    GREENVILLE – After serving 115 days in the Darke County Criminal Justice Center, 21-year-old Ethan E. Louk was released Monday afternoon. Darke County Common Pleas Court Judge Jonathan P. Hein placed Louk on intensive probation for up to...
  • Greenville teen involved in downtown crash

    by - Oct 20, 2014
    GREENVILLE – Greenville PD responded to a non-injury head-on crash on South Broadway Monday afternoon. A Ford truck was traveling westbound on Fifth Street when the female driver collided with a Chevy truck headed eastbound through...
  • Driver cited in Monday crash on SR 121

    by - Oct 20, 2014
    DARKE COUNTY – A man was cited following a crash on State Route 121 North Monday morning. According to Sheriff Deputies, the male driver of a flatbed pick-up truck left the stop sign at the intersection...
  • Blood donors reach milestones

    by - Oct 20, 2014
    DARKE COUNTY — Community Blood Center congratulates all of the following donors for reaching their Blood Donation milestones.  Thanks to the generosity of all donors many lives have been saved. Donors are recognized for their Life...
  • Fresh Spirit sings at Pitsburg COB

    by - Oct 20, 2014
    PITSBURG – The Pitsburg Church of the Brethren will host a concert by Fresh Spirit on Nov. 2, 6 p.m. Fresh Spirit was originally a group of three sisters – Linda, Marilyn, and Pattie – who...
  • Donation helps give fire safety message

    by - Oct 20, 2014
    GREENVILLE – The Greenville Township Fire Department recently received a generous donation from the Greenville Eagles #2077. The funds will be used by GTFD to purchase Frisbees with a fire safety message. The Frisbees will be...
  • JC’s plans annual Harvest Party

    by - Oct 20, 2014
    GREENVILLE – JC’s Coffee House will be holding its annual Harvest Party on Oct. 24, 7-10 p.m. All ages are welcome and children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. If you’ve never been to...
  • Autism support group meets Oct. 22

    by - Oct 20, 2014
    GREENVILLE – ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) in the Darke will meet Oct. 22, 6 p.m., at the Greenville Public Library. The meetings are held the fourth Wednesday of each month in the third floor community room...
  • Genealogical Society meets

    by - Oct 20, 2014
    GREENVILLE – The Darke County Genealogical Society, Inc. is having a meeting at Garst Museum, Greenville on Nov. 2, 2 p.m. This meeting will be the annual induction of First Families, Pioneer Family, Civil War or...
  • FM parent conferences

    by - Oct 20, 2014
    PITSBURG – Franklin Monroe will hold Parent Teacher Conferences on Nov. 5 and 6 at the school. Meeting times are Nov. 5, 4:15-7:45 p.m., elementary school and 2:30-6:45 p.m. for middle/high school. Meetings will also be...
  • Two men seriously hurt in head-on crash

    by - Oct 19, 2014
    GREENVILLE – Two male drivers were seriously injured following a head-on crash just east of the City of Greenville Sunday morning. Preliminary investigation revealed that a male driver of a Hyundai Sonata was eastbound on State...
  • UC ‘Arts Destination’ kicks off with successful festival

    by - Oct 19, 2014
    UNION CITY, IN – His message to kids… “You can truly make a difference in your lives if you believe you can make a difference.” That thought, tied to the goal of revitalizing Union City, led...
  • BSU students offer a nontraditional look at art

    by - Oct 19, 2014
    UNION CITY, IND – “I enjoy talking to kids,” Kelsie Selch said. “I told them there was a dragon back there,” she added, grinning. “Really had them going there for a while.” Kelsie was one of...

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