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  • Homecoming at St. Peter’s set for Sept. 18

    by - Aug 30, 2016
    VERSAILLES – The annual St. Peter’s Homecoming Celebration is a tradition that began over 100 years ago. When St. Peter closed its doors to weekly worship it was decided then to hold a “Homecoming Service” each...
  • Look up to the stars at Worch Library

    by - Aug 30, 2016
    VERSAILLES – Worch Memorial Public Library is happy to announce it will be holding an astronomy program, Astronomy for Everyone, in September. On Sept. 27, 6:30 p.m., Astronomer Kevin Manning, former NASA consultant, will be doing...
  • Food for Fines at Worch Library

    by - Aug 30, 2016
    VERSAILLES – Worch Memorial Public Library has partnered with the other Darke County Libraries and the Feed Ohio campaign and is running a Food for Fines program throughout the month of September. This is a way...
  • Red Cross seeking virtual volunteers

    by - Aug 30, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The American Red Cross remains on the ground, with volunteers across nearly half of Louisiana, helping thousands who lost everything in recent devastating floods—the worst natural disaster since Superstorm Sandy in 2012. To further...
  • Benefit dinner will support auction

    by - Aug 30, 2016
    GETTYSBURG – Help others and enjoy a dinner as organizers of the Haiti Benefit Auction hold a Benefit Dinner on Sept. 17, 6 p.m. The dinner will be held at the Pleasant View Missionary Church, 5233...
  • UC Arts Festival takes center stage Sept. 9-11

    by - Aug 30, 2016
    UNION CITY – On Sept. 9, 10 and 11, Union City, Ind. will host the third annual Union City Arts Festival – a celebration of the arts and culture of Union City, with an emphasis on...
  • Your BBB helps ground your boat

    by - Aug 30, 2016
    Summer is winding down and so is the motor on your boat. Boat owners need to start thinking about storage for their boats if they haven’t already. Finding storage for your boat can be a challenge....
  • El Camino celebrates 15 years in Greenville

    by - Aug 29, 2016
    GREENVILLE – El Camino celebrated their 15th anniversary on Aug. 25 with a mariachi band performing at the restaurant. They also had other specials and surprises for their customers. Tina Bandedo, manager of El Camino for...
  • Theatre on Third for Sept. First Friday

    by - Aug 29, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, family, and friends for an outdoor showing of Minions! The event will take place on Sept. 2 in downtown Greenville. Main Street Greenville encourages everyone to dine, shop, and...
  • Blacksmith Shop and Log House open

    by - Aug 29, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Prairie Days will be a flurry of activity at the log house and blacksmith shop at Shawnee Prairie Preserve. Not only will they both be open, as they are almost every Saturday from 1-4...
  • Burn Dog Poker Run raises funds for family

    by - Aug 29, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Burn Dog poker run started in 2008 when a group of friends wanted to remember a friend, Louis “Burnie” Wimbley Jr., who passed away in a motorcycle accident, and to help his family...
  • Bud’s in Celina earns Customer First Award

    by - Aug 29, 2016
    CELINA – Bud’s Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM of Celina is 1 of 124 Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram and FIAT dealerships to have earned the 2016 inaugural award. By achieving this elite status, Bud’s Chrysler Dodge Jeep...
  • Women’s Untold Stories at Edison State

    by - Aug 29, 2016
    PIQUA – Music, dance, and theater are coming to the Robinson Theater at Edison State Community College in Piqua on Sept. 22. Sponsored by the Diversity Committee as a benefit for the Edison Foundation’s General Scholarship...
  • Greenville Subway robbed again

    by - Aug 28, 2016
    GREENVILLE – For the second time in just over a month, the Subway restaurant on Martin Street in Greenville has been robbed. At approximately 1:15 p.m. Sunday afternoon, the Greenville Police Department were called to the...
  • League of Women Voters announce 2016 Tour of Homes event

    by - Aug 28, 2016
    DARKE COUNTY – Three diverse homes will be included in the annual League of Women Voters of Darke County Tour of Homes, slated for 1-4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 18. The public is invited to tour each...
  • Green shears last sheep at county fair

    by - Aug 28, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Being in farm country, most of us know by now where the wool sweater sitting in your closet got its start. For those of you still pondering the statement – it got its start...
  • Fox quilt panel among Domestic Arts rosette winners

    by - Aug 28, 2016
    DARKE COUNTY – From the variety of quilts entered into the 160th Great Darke County Fair Domestic Arts Show, Jeannette Russell really didn’t expect her fox quilt panel to be awarded a rosette. But on Tuesday,...
  • Photography that goes the extra mile

    by - Aug 28, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Are you getting married and need a photographer? It’s senior picture time. Do you have a photographer in mind? Give Going the Extra Mile Photography a call. Going the Extra Mile Photography is owned...
  • Armed Forces honored during county fair Memorial Service, parade

    by - Aug 27, 2016
    DARKE COUNTY – Hundreds gathered at the Darke County Fair Grandstands on Wednesday, Aug. 24, to honor veterans and those who are currently serving in the Armed Forces. One attendee stood almost at attention in the...
  • ‘Flower children’ earn top honors

    by - Aug 27, 2016
    DARKE COUNTY – Brother and sister team Henry and Audrey Allread placed at the top of their categories during the 160th Darke County Fair. Exhibiting in the Darke County Association of Garden Clubs show, Henry, 7,...

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