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  • Free computer classes at library

    by - May 9, 2015
    GREENVILLE – Stephanie St. Myers is teaching two free computer classes in May at the Greenville Public Library. The first is Basic Computer on May 21 and the second is Internet on May 28, both from...
  • Maid Rite is a Gold Star Donor for Gala

    by - May 9, 2015
    GREENVILLE – The Garst Museum and the National Annie Oakley Center wants to publicly thank the Maid-Rite Sandwich Shop for its Gold Star sponsorship to Annie’s Star Spangled Gala.  You can view the many auction and...
  • Christina’s continues to help local women

    by - May 9, 2015
    GREENVILLE—When Christina Nestor began operating a garage sale from her home to raise some much needed money, little did she realize it would turn into a business. Now celebrating her 23rd year, Christina’s Consignment is a...
  • MV Art Show and concert

    by - May 9, 2015
    UNION CITY – The Mississinawa Valley High School Art Show will be held May 14 in the MVHS Jackson Gym. The event is open to the public from 8:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. A band concert...
  • Prediabetes class offered at Wayne

    by - May 9, 2015
    GREENVILLE – Prediabetes means that your blood sugar level is higher than normal but not yet high enough to be classified as type 2 diabetes. Without intervention, prediabetes is likely to become type 2 diabetes in...
  • Schools plan alumni banquet on June 20

    by - May 9, 2015
    PALESTINE – If you attended Palestine, Hollansburg or Westmont High School plan to attend the annual alumni banquet on June 20.  The theme of the 2015 Alumni Banquet, which will be held at the Golden Eagle...
  • Jeffers is a Student of Integrity winner

    by - May 9, 2015
    DAYTON – Your Better Business Bureau’s Center for Business and Consumer Ethics, Inc. (CBCE) announces the winners of its Students of Integrity, sponsored by Dayton Dental Collaborative and Reynolds and Reynolds. This is the 13th year...
  • Flyball Tournament set for May 16 and 17

    by - May 8, 2015
    GREENVILLE – The dogs are back in town. Local Flyball Club, Extreme Insanity Dog Sports, is bringing flyball back to Greenville on May 16 and 17, 8 a.m.–4 p.m., at the Darke County Fairgrounds Coliseum. This...
  • YFC Golf Classic set

    by - May 8, 2015
    GREENVILLE – June 24 will be the date as Youth for Christ of the Miami Valley holds its 23rd annual Golf Classic at the White Springs Golf Club.  YFC’s annual golf classic is always a popular...
  • Varsity V supports Special Olympics

    by - May 8, 2015
    VERSAILLES – The Versailles H.S. Varsity V student athletic group recently made a donation to members of the Darke County Slammers basketball team who attend VHS. Darke County Special Olympics is in its 38th year of...
  • Plant swap winners

    by - May 8, 2015
    BRAFORD – The following patrons and plant swap visitors won a prize during the annual raffle:  Susan Armour, Leyla Kline, Bob Hicks, Bruce Smith, Norma Glunt, Cindi Hocker, Chris Yingst, Jean Karnehm, Bev Kendell, Carol Coy,...
  • Signup for Team Stingray at OFD

    by - May 8, 2015
    ARCANUM – The Arcanum swim team – Team Stingray – will have a booth at Arcanum’s Old Fashioned Days. Representatives will be available to answer questions about the team, sign up team swimmers and have team...
  • Autism group plans meeting

    by - May 8, 2015
    GREENVILLE – ASD in the Darke is a support and resource group for parents and loved ones of those diagnosed or suspected of having an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The group meets the third Thursday of...
  • Community gets ‘Strong’ as teen battles cancer

    by - May 8, 2015
    ARCANUM – When Arcanum teen, Justin Troutwine, went to the hospital on March 23 his mother Darlene Morris said they never expected a diagnoses of cancer. After increasingly worsening symptoms, the 17-year-old was taken to Children’s Medical Center in Dayton...
  • Grote Photography lives on through portraits of the past

    by - May 7, 2015
    GREENVILLE – When lifelong Greenville residents think of photography the name Ted Grote is at the top of most people’s list. Ted and his wife Leila were best known for over 50 years of local film photography, capturing memories and...
  • Greenville Federal holds 2nd annual ‘Pie in the Eye’

    by - May 7, 2015
    GREENVILLE – Greenville Federal is helping fight premature births and infant mortality by supporting the March of Dimes 2015 March for Babies. This year Greenville Federal held their Second Annual “Pie in the Eye” for babies...
  • Local grad works 300 feet above ground

    by - May 7, 2015
    UNION CITY, Ind. – Indiana native Larry Riley, grandson of Annie Sonner of Greenville, returned to his alma mater in Union City last month to speak to students about his work as a wind turbine technician. ...
  • D & Co. helps ladies get ready for prom

    by - May 7, 2015
    GREENVILLE – A special night for many people with disabilities in Darke County was recently held as they attended their fourth annual Prom.  This wonderful event was free for attendees and is coordinated each year by...
  • North Star Hardware supports athletes

    by - May 7, 2015
    GREENVILLE – Darke County Special Olympics representative Steve Litchfield recently accepted a check from Jeff Stammen of North Star Hardware and Implement.  Darke County Special Olympics program provides athletic opportunities for students and adults with varying types...
  • Driving tour features southern Darke County

    by - May 7, 2015
    ARCANUM – The Arcanum Wayne Trail Historical Society is sponsoring a self-guided Historic Driving Tour of Southern Darke County and the Ithaca area.  The tour can be enjoyed through the beautiful rolling countryside this spring and especially...
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