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  • Special events bring visitors downtown

    by - Sep 27, 2016
    GREENVILLE – It was a merger between city and country life when Main Street Greenville, Inc. hosted its annual A Day of Harvest celebration in downtown Greenville on Sept. 24. Visitors to the historic section of...
  • Man reports he was attacked by clowns

    by - Sep 27, 2016
    GREENVILLE – A 28-year-old man reported to Greenville Police he was attacked by two males dressed as clowns early Tuesday morning. According to Police Chief Dennis Butts, the victim said he was walking down Broadway when...
  • Cantwil performs for Runway & Rhythm

    by - Sep 27, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Join Darke County United Way on Oct. 21, 7-10 p.m. for Runway & Rhythm at Montage Café.  This fun, laidback Friday evening event will feature a premiere fashion show by Youniques, hors d’oeurves, beer...
  • Walk to End Alzheimer’s is Saturday

    by - Sep 27, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Today in Darke County, approximately 1,000 people are living with Alzheimer’s disease. Of those 1,000 people, there will be no survivors. Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States....
  • Garrett speaks to DCRW

    by - Sep 27, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Stephanie Garrett, Ohio Republican Party Central Committeewoman (5th district) serving Darke, Miami, Montgomery and Preble Counties, was guest speaker at the September meeting of the Darke County Republican Women’s Club. She spoke of her...
  • Summer slide has new meaning in Ansonia

    by - Sep 27, 2016
    ANSONIA – Last spring, the principal of Ansonia Elementary, Mrs. Stump, challenged the students at Ansonia Elementary to read 925 hours over their summer break.  This was known as the summer slide challenge.  Summer slide is...
  • Smith wins Kindle Fire

    by - Sep 27, 2016
    ANSONIA – Jocelin Smith, a second grader at Ansonia Elementary, won a Kindle Fire HD when she returned to school this year.  Smith was one of many students who turned in slips over the summer showing...
  • Rosh Hashanah services planned

    by - Sep 27, 2016
    PIQUA – Congregation Anshe Emeth, in Piqua, will be observing Rosh Hashanah with services on Sunday, Oct. 2, and Monday morning, Oct. 3. The Sunday service will begin at 8 p.m. Monday will begin at 10...
  • Light Up the Darke Pig Roast planned

    by - Sep 27, 2016
    NEW MADISON – The House of Hope Dayton will be hosting its annual Light Up the Darke Pig Roast on Oct. 15, 2-10 p.m., at Kennedy Vineyard, 3911 State Route 722, New Madison. In addition to...
  • Local Legion changes dinner

    by - Sep 27, 2016
    NEW MADISON – On Oct. 1, beginning at 5 p.m., the public will have its final opportunity to purchase the all-you-can-eat chicken supper at Post #245 American Legion, New Madison. The all-you-can-eat dinner will be replaced...
  • UCO Fire personnel investigated for theft

    by - Sep 26, 2016
    UNION CITY, Ohio – In August, the Village of Union City, Ohio placed Fire Chief Pamela Idle, Assistant Fire Chief Brian Stump, and Captain Craig Idle on Administrative Leave without Pay, after information was gathered that the three...
  • BRC supporters Shine Bright at Gala

    by - Sep 26, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Brethren Retirement Community’s (BRC) mission and core values were at the forefront of this year’s Shine Bright Like a Diamond Gala on Sept. 23 at Romer’s in Greenville. BRC President/CEO John Warner reminded...
  • UC TOPS Club awards

    by - Sep 26, 2016
    UNION CITY, Ind. – The TOPS (Taking Off Pounds Sensibly) Club in Union City, Ind. is announcing its sixth-month awards. Weight loss awards were presented to (front row) Jeannie Hollopeter, KOPS (Keep Off Pounds Sensibly), weight...
  • BPW holds What a Girl Wants evening

    by - Sep 26, 2016
    GREENVILLE – “What a Girl Wants” is again the theme for this year’s Greenville Business & Professional Women’s (BPW) Club Annual Guest Night on Oct. 13. The organization is actively promoting membership into the club as...
  • Chancellor Carey holds roundtable at Edison

    by - Sep 26, 2016
    PIQUA – Chancellor John Carey of the Ohio Department of Higher Education paid a visit to Edison State Community College for a roundtable discussion, which focused on the funding made available through the Regionally Aligned Priorities...
  • School Fair and Homecoming unite

    by - Sep 26, 2016
    NEW MADISON – Following Our Dreams & Building on New Traditions is this years’ theme and has a special meaning as they begin a new tradition by combining the annual Tri-Village Community & School Fair with...
  • Buchy announces first WOVV captain

    by - Sep 26, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Assistant Majority Leader of the Ohio House of Representatives Jim Buchy (Greenville, Ohio) announced the first of three captains to serve on the leadership team of Western Ohio Values Voters (WOVV) for Trump-Pence. State...
  • Bingham is ambassador

    by - Sep 26, 2016
    TIFFIN – Morgan Bingham, of Greenville, has been selected to serve as an admission ambassador at Heidelberg University for the 2016-17 academic year. Bingham, a junior majoring in Athletic Training and Business Administration, is one of...
  • Moving forward with Treasure Island project

    by - Sep 25, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Friends of the Greenville Parks met Thursday, Sept. 22 to formally organize, electing a slate of officers and choosing committee members. Group organizer, Jenny Clark was unanimously elected president with Michelle Drees as vice-president,...
  • Matix: ‘Legislators need to stay away from education’

    by - Sep 25, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Ohio Department of Education released the 2016 Ohio School Report Cards on Thursday, Sept. 15, showing how public schools performed during the 2015-16 school year. While the state continues to raise expectations for...

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