Breaking News
Today is
May 30, 2016

Community News

  • Humane Society honors FM students

    by - May 27, 2016
    PITSBURG – Recently, five students from Franklin-Monroe School organized a food drive for the Darke County Humane Society. The winning class was the fifth graders. The five students responsible for making everything happen were Phebe Allread,...
  • SNB contributes to county development

    by - May 27, 2016
      GREENVILLE – Second National Bank has once again contributed to Darke County’s public-private economic development effort, Partnering for Progress.  SNB has been a great supporter of the initiative since its inception in 2008.  To date,...
  • DCP Summer Camps registration held

    by - May 27, 2016
    GREENVILLE – For over a decade, Darke County Parks summer camps have been an annual tradition for families. In the parks continued commitment to get kids outside to learn, appreciate, and enjoy nature, they offer two...
  • Firebelles’ chicken BBQ

    by - May 27, 2016
    NEW MADISON – The first of two chicken barbecues will be held June 4 at the New Madison Firehouse. Sponsored by the New Madison Firebelles, the dinner will benefit the New Madison Fire Department. The cost...
  • Harrison Twp. Memorial Day services set

    by - May 27, 2016
    HARRISON TWP. – Harrison Twp. will hold Memorial Day services at two cemeteries on May 29 and 30. Services will be held at Green Mound Cemetery on May 29, 2 p.m., with Ted Bruner as the...
  • PCS clients prepare for Memorial Day

    by - May 26, 2016
    GREENVILLE – On May 24, individuals from PCS (Person Centered Services), which provide services for those with developmental disabilities (formerly Wayne Industries), let their patriotic pride show as they prepared Broadway in Greenville for Memorial Day....
  • Malott retires from NMPL

    by - May 26, 2016
    NEW MADISON – The New Madison Public Library (NMPL) recently bid a tearful farewell to Barb Malott. She retired after serving the library for over 40 years. The Board of Trustees recognized and celebrated her years...
  • DCP completes digital signage project

    by - May 26, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Recently, the Darke County Park District completed a project incorporating technology and greener practices into its daily operations. Through the generous support from the Ami McClurkin Community Fund administered by the Darke County Foundation,...
  • Poultry Days Photo Show information

    by - May 26, 2016
    VERSAILLES – The Darke County Photo Club will be hosting the annual Poultry Days Photo Contest on June 10-12 in Versailles. Awards will be given in each category with the Best of Show Ribbon and $75...
  • Ice Cream Social set

    by - May 26, 2016
    BRADFORD – The public is invited to a Homemade Ice Cream Social on June 2, 5-7 p.m., at Greenville Creek Christian Church, 5110 Buckneck Road, Bradford. The menu includes four flavors of ice cream, hot dogs,...
  • Laura Fire Company Pancake Breakfast

    by - May 26, 2016
    LAURA – The volunteers of Laura Fire Company will be hosting a Pancake Breakfast at the Laura Firehouse, 10 N. Main St., Laura, on June 4. Serving will be from 7-10 a.m. Breakfast will include all...
  • Dean’s List – Leah Allread

    by - May 26, 2016
    CEDARVILLE – Leah Allread, daughter of Jeff and Stephanie Allread, a 2014 graduate of Franklin Monroe, was named to the Cedarville University Dean’s Honor List for the 2016 Spring Semester. Allread is a junior majoring in...
  • Garst’s Heritage Award goes to DCP

    by - May 25, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Darke County Historical Society (DCHS) is dedicated to preserving the history of the county and fostering education on its relevance to the American experience.  The DCHS operates the Garst Museum and its mission...
  • Garden clubs make donation to city park

    by - May 25, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Ladybug Garden Club and Butterflies Junior Garden Club helped to beautify the Greenville City Parks selecting an October Glory Red Maple tree for Arbor Day. October Glory Red Maple (Acer rubrum October Glory) is known...
  • Fundraising for summer tutoring

    by - May 25, 2016
    GREENVILLE – As many families begin to prepare for their summer vacations and other activities, the Chalmers family, once again, is preparing to “empower” local youth through summer tutoring. Kendra Chalmers, her two children Kayden and...
  • Lines earns safe driver award at GTS

    by - May 25, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Raymond (Buzz) Lines was presented the Katherine McClary Safe Driver award for the first quarter in 2016.  In order to be eligible for this prestigious award, a driver must be accident free and evaluated...
  • Little by Little Weight Loss Group meets

    by - May 25, 2016
    GREENVILLE – With this crazy weather we’ve been having do you find yourself with a case of the blahs? Do you find yourself over-eating?  Do you want to eat healthier, perhaps lose some weight? Could you...
  • Health dept. gives information on rabies

    by - May 25, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Rabies is present throughout the world and is a preventable viral disease that causes acute encephalitis (inflammation of the brain).  The virus exists in the saliva of mammals and is usually transmitted from animal...
  • WHC donates to Annie’s Gala at Garst

    by - May 24, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Silent Auctions, a Live Auction and lots of raffles of your choice are the focus of the Annie’s Star Spangled Gala at Garst Museum.  On June 11, you’ll be able to bid on items...
  • State of the Heart earns Hospice Honors

    by - May 24, 2016
    GREENVILLE – State of the Heart Care has been named a 2016 Hospice Honors recipient by Deyta Analytics, a division of HEALTHCAREfirst, the leading provider of web-based home health and hospice software, outsourced billing and coding...

Featured Photos

Residents remember our fallen heroes
Christopher Bell preps for Eldora NASCAR Truck Series return with Sprint Car win
Lady Wave close out season 26-7 with loss to Ross
Wave softball run rules defending state champs
Couple airlifted after road rage crash
Entries accepted for GHS Athletic Boosters golf outing
Tigers claw their way back for a Regional title
Units respond to SR 49 crash Thursday evening
Swing and a miss for Indians at Sectional
Tigers advance to Regional Championship
Subscribe to our FREE Daily eNewsletter
Email *
email marketing by activecampaign