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  • 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...
  • Hooked on Fishing, Not on Drugs begins

    by - May 24, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The annual Hooked on Fishing, Not on Drugs events will be held again this year at Wayne Lakes in Iroquois (off of State Route 121). Programs will be held June 8, 15, 22, 29,...
  • Septic system program reduces pollution

    by - May 24, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Over the past couple of years, many Ohio counties have implemented a sewage Operation and Maintenance (O&M) program for septic systems. This program is intended to help reduce pollution and save homeowners money by...
  • First UM plans family fun on First Friday

    by - May 24, 2016
    GREENVILLE – First United Methodist Church will offer free music, a movie, and refreshments on June 3. Joseph Helfrich will entertain people of all ages from 6-9 p.m. Joseph is a folk singer and storyteller with...
  • Community grant applications available

    by - May 24, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Local non-profit organizations that serve Darke County residents are invited to apply for grants from the Darke County Foundation (formerly named HOPE Foundation).  Approximately 12 organizations will be selected to receive a total of...
  • Register now for OSU Golf Outing

    by - May 23, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Entries are now being accepted for the 20th annual OSU Scholarship Golf Outing that benefits graduating Darke County high school seniors who will be attending The Ohio State University this fall. Assisting again in...
  • Goubeauxs donate painting to library

    by - May 23, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Greenville Public Library is thrilled to be the recipient of a beautiful work of art donated by Jim and Enid Goubeaux.  “We purchased this painting in New York in 1999 and it has...
  • BPW hears from WHC Foundation

    by - May 23, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Foundation Committee of the Greenville Business & Professional Women’s Club (BPW) hosted the May 12 meeting, which was held at the Brethren Retirement Community.   The committee consisted of Lindsey Gehret and Betty Kosier....
  • BPL ready to kick off summer reading

    by - May 23, 2016
    BRADFORD – The Bradford Library will once again hold its summer reading program. This year’s program is for parents, friends and family of home schooled children, childcare providers and anyone interested in “Get Ready, Get Set…READ!”...
  • Prakel’s WWI uniform comes home

    by - May 23, 2016
    VERSAILLES – World War I ended on November 11, 1918 at Versailles, France. Not long after that 25 year old Homer Prakel returned safely back home. This Memorial Day, 97 years, later Homer Prakel’s WWI uniform...
  • GHS Class of 1955 luncheon

    by - May 23, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Greenville High School Class of 1955 will hold its monthly luncheon at noon on May 26. They will meet at the Brethren Retirement Community in the private dining room before going to the...
  • Genealogical picnic planned

    by - May 23, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Darke County Genealogical Society, Inc. will hold its annual picnic on June 2, 5:30 p.m., in the Greenville City Park., This will be at the same shelter that has been used in the...
  • CAP picnic celebrates community

    by - May 22, 2016
      GREENVILLE – In honor of Community Action Partnership (CAP) Awareness Month, a picnic sponsored by Darke County’s CAP drew more than 150 people to Greenville City Park on May 13. According to Kim Wilson, director...
  • Liberty Twp. plans services

    by - May 22, 2016
    PALESTINE – Memorial Day Services for Liberty Township will be held May 30. Pastor Mike Simmons will speak at 10 a.m. at Palestine Cemetery and Pastor Pam King will speak at 11 a.m. at Clemens Cemetery....
  • Memorial Day in Gettysburg

    by - May 22, 2016
    GETTYSBURG – The Memorial Day Service at Gettysburg Cemetery will be held May 30, 2:30 p.m. Participating in the service will be Rev. Barbara Menke, Gettysburg Mayor Jason Lance, Greenville High School Band and the Color...

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