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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Tri-Village will tackle cancer on Sept. 30

    by - Sep 25, 2016
    NEW MADISON – The Tri-Village High School Cheerleaders together with the Tri-Village football team and High School band are excited to announce the upcoming Tackle for a Cure event on Sept 30.  The varsity football team...
  • Stelvideo Soup Supper

    by - Sep 25, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Stelvideo Christian Church will host its annual Soup Supper on Oct. 1, 5-7 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Soups include bean, chili, potato, chicken noodle and vegetable. They will also have sandwiches, pies, and...
  • GHS Class of 1955 luncheon

    by - Sep 25, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Greenville High School Class of 1955 will hold its monthly luncheon at noon on Sept. 29 at Turtle Creek Golf Course (formerly Greenville Country Club), on US Route 36 E. For more information,...
  • Get fit naturally at DCP on Sept. 26

    by - Sep 24, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Darke County Parks is hosting a series of fitness programs called Naturally Fit occurring the fourth Monday of every month. Everyone wants to lead healthier lives and spend more time outdoors. However, workout machines...
  • Butterfly Monitoring at DCP

    by - Sep 24, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Darke County Parks needs help. Butterfly habitat is declining, and scientists need to monitor their populations very closely. Every Friday at 2 p.m. through October, join a naturalist to hike a pre-set path and...
  • Pitsburg COB hosts Sojourner Quartet

    by - Sep 24, 2016
    PITSBURG – The Pitsburg Church of the Brethren will host the Sojourner Quartet on Oct. 2, 6 p.m. Sojourner Quartet is a Christian music ministry based in Findlay. They began in 1991 as a contemporary Christian...
  • Clays minister at Lighthouse

    by - Sep 24, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Randall and Carolyn Clay have been in the Family Ministry for over 42 years. When they first started, they traveled with their three small children, teaching and singing. Later after the children married, there...
  • SOH Care hosts grief group for children

    by - Sep 24, 2016
    GREENVILLE – State of the Heart will be hosting a children’s Grief Support Group for any child ages 6-12 who are grieving the loss of a loved one.    There need be no association with hospice and...
  • Display Case Contest GPL

    by - Sep 24, 2016
    GREENVILLE – A beautiful four-tier display case is situated in the Reference Room of the Greenville Public Library.  Each month a different set of collector’s items are on display for patrons to enjoy.  These collections come...

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