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  • Sargent gets 12 months for burglary

    by - Aug 31, 2015
    GREENVILLE – On Aug. 6, Shane Sargent stood before Judge Jonathan P. Hein and admitted guilt to charges of Importuning, Breaking & Entering and Burglary. On Aug. 31 he returned to the courtroom to hear his...
  • Food banks benefit from Whirlpool event

    by - Aug 30, 2015
    GREENVILLE – Whirlpool Corporation Greenville’s employees recently gave back to the community to help those that have fallen on hard times. The employees recently held a golf outing to raise funds. More than $18,000 was raised....
  • New roof donated for pheasant pen

    by - Aug 30, 2015
    GREENVILLE – The former peafowl pen, located on the north side of East Park Drive, has a new roof thanks to Roger Snider and GMT Roofing. According to Deb Berger, park manager, the roof had deteriorated...
  • The Darke County Fair entertains and educates

    by - Aug 30, 2015
    GREENVILLE – It matters little the preferences of the typical fair-goer… the Great Darke County Fair has something for everyone to enjoy. Entertainment options come in all varieties… Granpa Cratchet was a hit with the little...
  • First responders serve the fair and their communities

    by - Aug 30, 2015
    GREENVILLE – An integral part of the Great Darke County Fair each year are the first responders on call at various locations around the fairgrounds. EMS responders are stationed at the south end of the track...
  • Bradford’s Kelly Moore is fair cheer Grand Champion

    by - Aug 29, 2015
    GREENVILLE – Bradford senior Kelly Moore was talking about her First Place win in the high school individual category at the Darke County Fair Cheerleading Competition when she asked to be excused for a minute… she...
  • New cheer squad open to Darke County youth

    by - Aug 29, 2015
    GREENVILLE – A new team at the Darke County Fair Cheerleading Competition is the Darke County Elite. They aren’t tied to a single school; in fact the participants come from all over the county. “We saw...
  • Many have climbed but no winners yet

    by - Aug 29, 2015
    GREENVILLE – Fair goers have heard repeatedly over the loudspeaker… climb the wall and win $100. As of Tuesday afternoon, many have tried but none have succeeded. The Rock Wall is located at the south end...
  • Union City K-9 team makes another drug bust

    by - Aug 28, 2015
    UNION CITY, Ind. – On Thursday at approximately 12:20 pm, Ptl. Jerry Hammons, UCIPD, stopped a speeding motorist in the 300 block of W. Deerfield Road, in Union City, Ind. The driver was identified as Haley R....
  • Stiltner, Phlipot chosen 2015 Little Mr. & Miss Fair Royalty

    by - Aug 28, 2015
    GREENVILLE – Down on the Farm contestant Jaxon Stiltner come out on the platform dressed in a farmer’s coveralls and carrying a rake. He told Emcee Lorraine Grote his job was to rake up the leaves....
  • DCSO K-9 Unit welcomes new additions

    by - Aug 27, 2015
    DARKE COUNTY – The Great Darke County Fair gave the public its first glimpse at the Darke County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) newest members of their K-9 Unit. In addition to the already known four-legged officer Eric,...
  • Early Bird and Bluebag contest winners get tickets for concert

    by - Aug 25, 2015
    GREENVILLE – The Early Bird/Bluebag Media sent 10 of our loyal Facebook followers to the Hunter Hayes Concert at the Great Darke County Fair. The only requirement was to tell us your favorite fair memory. Our...
  • Weikert walks to fair to win oldest person prize

    by - Aug 24, 2015
    GREENVILLE – Roy Weikert came close last year to being the oldest person at the Great Darke County Fair, but missed it by a few years. This year he thought he would give it another shot....
  • Concert delayed, but fans thrilled with show

    by - Aug 24, 2015
    GREENVILLE – With the enthusiasm of the crowd when Hunter Hayes took the stage for the Sunday concert at the Great Darke County Fair, no one could tell that ticket sales had been slow the previous...
  • SSSF helped 40 students achieve their goals

    by - Aug 24, 2015
    GREENVILLE – “Seven years. Forty youth. $56,000,” said Elaine Bailey, President of the Senior Scribes Scholarship Fund. Bailey talked to members and guests at Kiwanis of Greenville recently about the history and accomplishments of the non-profit...
  • Talent Show will help preserve history

    by - Aug 23, 2015
    GREENVILLE – Preserving history – Michael Maloney and other past commanders of local service organizations are banding together to make sure that happens. The foundation for this project began in 1998 when the Greenville Veterans Memorial...
  • Residents benefit from AVFD grants

    by - Aug 23, 2015
    ANSONIA – Residents in and around Ansonia will benefit from over $15,000 in grants received by the Ansonia Volunteer Fire Department. According to Chief Bill Clark, the department was able to purchase several pieces of much...
  • High school to be ready for student Day 1

    by - Aug 23, 2015
    GREENVILLE – Will the high school be finished by start of school? Greenville City Schools Superintendent Doug Fries leaned back and smiled. “We believe so,” he said. Construction people gone? “We will have building occupancy,” he...
  • DCC’s Rich is Edison Employee of the Semester

    by - Aug 23, 2015
    GREENVILLE – “I was surprised, touched and honored,” said Edison Darke County Campus (DCC) Success Advisor Rhonda Rich. “There’s a lot of reward in my work with students,” she said. “But it’s nice to know your...
  • The way she connected with people was special

    by - Aug 22, 2015
    GREENVILLE – “She had a deep soul,” said Jim Steinle. He said all parents think their children are special but there was something about Kate… “She was different in the way she connected with people.” Steinle...
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