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July 30, 2015


  • MCT’s King Arthur’s Quest cast named

    by - Jul 30, 2015
    GREENVILLE – An outstanding cast has been chosen for Darke County Center for the Arts’ presentation of Missoula Children’s Theatre’s King Arthur’s Quest. Following just five lively days of intense rehearsals, two performances of the musical...
  • Seniors will host Moser

    by - Jul 30, 2015
    GREENVILLE – Senior Moments will meet Aug. 4 at Greenville Church of the Brethren, 421 Central Ave. This meeting will feature a special guest, Cliff Moser. Chief Moser was on the USS Cole when it was...
  • Changes made at Y’s children’s center

    by - Jul 30, 2015
    GREENVILLE – In an ongoing commitment to providing the highest quality early learning and childcare for the residents of Darke County, the YMCA of Darke County has been working on exciting program updates, which also include...
  • MVCTC Schedule Pick-up Nights

    by - Jul 30, 2015
    ENGLEWOOD – Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) junior and senior students enrolled for classes during the 2015-2016 school year may pick-up their school schedules on: August 3, 5-8 p.m. – cookout, welcome and tours of...
  • Yoga Love makes program affordable

    by - Jul 30, 2015
    GREENVILLE – The owners of elementsLife, Emily and C.J. Jasenski are excited to announce that starting Aug. 3 all elementsLife public classes will be supported through a new donation program named “Yoga Love.” elementsLife will no...
  • LWV Membership Night is Aug. 13

    by - Jul 30, 2015
    GREENVILLE – Kay Robbins, director of CASA, will share information about Court Appointed Special Advocates with LWV members and guests at its annual membership party for the League of Women Voters of Darke County. Shirla Neff...
  • Local health needs assessment begins

    by - Jul 30, 2015
    GREENVILLE – Beginning this week, Wayne HealthCare and the Darke County Health Department in collaboration with the Wright State University Center for Urban and Public Affairs will begin contacting Darke County adults and requesting their participation...
  • Bugs in the PC library

    by - Jul 30, 2015
    NEW PARIS – Learn about native and invasive species of insects at the Preble County Library District in August. Scott Trochelman will bring many species of bugs, housed in acrylic, for all ages. His bug show...
  • Greenville Cheer donates to ‘Team Avi’

    by - Jul 29, 2015
    GREENVILLE – The Greenville Cheerleaders recently pulled together and raised over $1,800 to help 4-year-old in her battle following brain tumor surgery. Aviana and her mom Corri Finton were presented with $1,831.30 Tuesday afternoon from the entire cheer...
  • SUNshine Run will help music boosters

    by - Jul 29, 2015
    GREENVILLE – Greenville High School Vocal Music Boosters will again benefit from the SUNshine 5K, Sept. 19. Your support and the support of all runners, joggers and walkers are sought for this event and for GHSVMB....
  • Family hopes public has info on missing man

    by - Jul 29, 2015
    GREENVILLE – The family of 36-year old Michael Bunger is searching for answers after he went missing on July 20 and is reaching out to the public for information. Pictures of Michael and a plea from...
  • DCSO & BCI conducts annual Marijuana Eradication

    by - Jul 29, 2015
    DARKE COUNTY – On Tuesday, July 28, 2015 the Darke County Sheriff’s Office, along with the Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI), conducted its annual Marijuana Eradication. Each year, BCI agents help local law enforcement officers spot marijuana...
  • Last Monday will celebrate Osgood

    by - Jul 29, 2015
    VERSAILLES – The Versailles Area Museum’s Last Monday program will be held Aug. 31, 1 p.m., at the Versailles Area Museum. This month they will reminisce about days gone by in the village of Osgood. What...
  • Bible School – Greenville First United Methodist

    by - Jul 29, 2015
    GREENVILLE – Greenville First United Methodist Church will hold Camp Discovery weekend VBS beginning Aug. 7, 6-8:30 p.m., Aug. 8, 9:30 a.m. to noon, and Aug. 9, 10 a.m. You may register online at the church’s...
  • Ohio state plowing contest held in Darke County

    by - Jul 28, 2015
    ANSONIA – Darke County was host to the 2015 Ohio State Plowing Association’s Ohio State Contest held Saturday on the Herb and Ginny Nieport farm on what is known as the Riegle Farm located on State...
  • Take a selfie to win

    by - Jul 28, 2015
    EATON – The Preble County Pork Festival (PCPF), in conjunction with the Preble County Art Association (PCAA), want you to find the hidden pig located throughout the county. For four weeks beginning Aug. 1, a small...
  • CORS awarded grant through ODE

    by - Jul 28, 2015
    PIQUA – Council on Rural Services has recently learned they are recipients of a new grant through the Ohio Department of Education as part of the Community Connector Initiative.  The Community Connectors program is proposed to...
  • Farm Science Review tickets available

    by - Jul 28, 2015
    LONDON – Farmers and producers can gain a sharper edge and glean cutting-edge ideas from experts from the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University during this year’s Farm Science Review...
  • Truck and Tractor Show returns to festival

    by - Jul 28, 2015
    UNION CITY – State Line Heritage Days is hosting its second annual Old and New Truck and Tractor Show. The event proved to be successful in its inaugural year and the committee chose to bring it...
  • Greenville to spray for mosquitoes

    by - Jul 27, 2015
    GREENVILLE – The City of Greenville will spray for mosquitoes on July 19, 10 p.m., south of the Greenville Creek, and July 30, 10 p.m., north of the Greenville Creek. All spraying is weather permitting. If...
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Local Events

Thu 30

Seniors Euchre

July 30 @ 12:00 pm - July 31 @ 3:00 pm
Thu 30

Seniors Euchre

July 30 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Mon 03

Darke County Commissioners Meeting

August 3 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm