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  • Boys & Girls Club plans garage sale

    by - Jul 5, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Greenville Boys & Girls Club is now taking donations for its Annual Summer Garage Sale that takes place during the “127 Garage Sale” on Aug. 4–6.  They also have One Dollar Raffle tickets...
  • Democrats to host early-riser breakfast

    by - Jul 5, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Democrats will host an early-riser breakfast at the Brethren Home at 8 a.m. Saturday, July 9. The breakfast will be held in the BRC cafeteria. The speaker will be Dee Dee Wissman who...
  • Theatre to perform ‘The Wizard of Oz’

    by - Jul 5, 2016
    GREEENVILLE – Final Bow Theatre Workshop 2016 will present “The Wizard of OZ” by L. Frank Baum and adapted for young performances by Katheryn Schultz Miller on Friday, July 8 at Gospel Baptist Church,. Performance times...
  • PCS to salute first responders

    by - Jul 5, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Person Centered Services (formerly Wayne Industries) will salute first responders with a cook-out lunch at noon Friday, July 29. The event is for on- and off-duty personnel to say ‘thank you’ for your service...
  • Coalition for a healthy county gets support

    by - Jul 4, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Wayne HealthCare Foundation is proud to partner with the Coalition for a Healthy Darke County donating $1,000, to the mission of the coalition, “to bring our entire community together to create and maintain...
  • SNB continues support for Tecumseh Trail

    by - Jul 4, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Darke County Park District thank Second National Bank’s foundation for their support of the Tecumseh Trail. Representatives from the Darke County Park District and the Friends of Darke County Parks Phoenix Bicycle Committee...
  • Victory Trio to sing at local church

    by - Jul 4, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Victory Trio gospel evangelistic team from central Ohio will be coming to Greenville Sunday evening July 10.  The group was started in 2009 by George McCorkle and his wife Sharon with Joyce Piatt...
  • Bible School – Harrison Street Baptist

    by - Jul 4, 2016
    NEW MADISON – Harrison Street Baptist Church, 140 S. Harrison St., New Madison, invites kids ages four through seventh grade to come to Submerged, finding the truth below the surface, the joy that we were created...
  • Bible School – First Baptist Laura

    by - Jul 4, 2016
    It is time for Bible School at First Baptist Church of Laura. Bible School starts at 9 a.m. on July 11 for kids ages five (kindergarten) through sixth grade. Each day is from 9 a.m. to...
  • Endowment for the Arts gives grants

    by - Jul 4, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Darke County Endowment for the Arts recently granted funds to six applicants who submitted requests for financial assistance for their arts-related projects. According to DCEA Chair Marilyn Delk, one of DCEA’s major purposes is...
  • Edison hosts Fast Track Friday events

    by - Jul 4, 2016
    PIQUA – Edison State Community College will host Fast Track Friday enrollment events beginning July 8 and running every Friday through Aug. 5 for new and returning students. The events are designed to expedite the application...
  • OSU alumni raffles football tickets

    by - Jul 3, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Darke County OSU Alumni Association is holding its annual OSU Football Ticket Raffle. Proceeds from the raffle benefit scholarships for students. Two tickets for each of the Buckeye’s home games are up for...
  • AO Festival Car Show

    by - Jul 3, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Get ready for the 2016 Annie Oakley Festival Car Show. This great event returns to York Woods on July 31, noon to 3 p.m. The Annie Oakley Festival Committee is looking for people that...
  • Signup for AO Festival Talent Show

    by - Jul 3, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Annie Oakley Festival Committee knows there is a lot of talent in Darke County, and they want to see some of that talent at the 2016 Annie Oakley Festival If you like to...
  • Annie Oakley Festival seeks parade entries

    by - Jul 3, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Local residents are again excited about the Annie Oakley Festival Parade. The festival committee will once again be staging at the Darke County Fair Grounds, and will leave there, to arrive in downtown Greenville...
  • 2016 Annie Oakley Festival draws near

    by - Jul 3, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Annie Oakley Festival Committee is excited about the 53rd Annie Oakley Festival, which will be held July 29-31.  They have planned live singing entertainment,  Ohio Western Arts Showcase, presented by GLD Enterprises Communications...
  • Girls wanted for Miss Annie Oakley Contest

    by - Jul 3, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Darke County Annie Oakley Festival Committee is looking for Darke County Women Age 14-19 for the Miss Annie Oakley Shooting and Costume Contest. The contest is part of the annual Annie Oakley Festival...
  • Ansonia takes title back in CBC Grudge Match

    by - Jul 2, 2016
    ANSONIA – The 6.6 mile stretch of Ohio State Route 47 between Ansonia High School and rival Mississinawa Valley High School is the asphalt rope in a community tug-of-war. The schools battle down the road and...
  • Ladybugs honor residents for gardens

    by - Jul 2, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Les and Cindy Spohn were chosen as the Garden of the Month for the outstanding setting of their home on Stonecress Court in Greenville.  They have planted an array of annuals, perennials, shrubs, a...
  • GF honored by Ladybugs

    by - Jul 2, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Ladybug Garden Club Community Beautification Committee made their June selection for Outstanding gardens or plantings in Greenville.  Greenville Federal was chosen for the Community Commercial Award for their colorful perennials and annuals plantings...

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No serious injuries reported in Sunday crash
Patriots fall to Hillcrest by 12
Missed extra points doom Tigers in 15-12 loss
Trojans 49-12 over Mississinawa Valley
Fitzwater fair auction raises thousands for local Veterans
Casalano recognized for leadership, success with YMCA
First vascular screening benefit raises nearly $6,000
Lady Trojans fall 3-1 in tournament play
8th grade Wave shutout Sidney in season finale