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  • Harpests honored for 40 years of AWANA

    by - Apr 30, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Fred and Sharon Harpest were honored at Faith Baptist Church on April 24 for their 40 years of ministry in the church’s AWANA Clubs. Pastor Bill Baker and Wil Raby, the chairman of the...
  • OSU vs. Rutgers tickets given to Gala

    by - Apr 30, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Garst Museum and the National Annie Oakley Center thank Ohio State Representative Jim Buchy for his donation of four OSU vs. Rutgers football tickets to Annie’s Star Spangled Gala. The tickets are for...
  • Varsity V gives to Special Olympics

    by - Apr 30, 2016
    VERSAILLES – The Versailles Varsity V recently donated to Darke County Special Olympics. Varsity V student athletes and members  on-hand for the donation were David Ault, Courtney McEldowney, Audrey Mowen, Britney Buffenbarger, Colin Peters, Madison Covault...
  • Health Careers Camp applications due May 2

    by - Apr 30, 2016
    RICHMOND, Ind. – Reid Health, IU East, and Ivy Tech Community College are collaborating to offer a health careers camp for high school students in our service areas. The one-day session offers job shadowing opportunities in...
  • Ansonia Community Garage Sales

    by - Apr 30, 2016
    ANSONIA – The Ansonia Community Garage Sales will be June 9-11, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. There is a $3 fee to have your sale listed on the map.  Your registration fee can be mailed to...
  • Special Election voting begins May 10

    by - Apr 30, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Darke County Board of Elections will be conducting Early/In-Person Absentee voting for the upcoming June 7 Primary Special Congressional General Election, beginning May 10. Pursuant to the change in Section 3509 of the...
  • Worch Library’s May activities listed

    by - Apr 30, 2016
    VERSAILLES – Worch Memorial Public Library is helping to bring spring in throughout the month of May. Events kick off with the Bloom Where You Are Planted Community Plant Exchange. This program continues throughout the month...
  • Smith Merchants turns to boutique style

    by - Apr 29, 2016
    ARCANUM — Since its opening in 1851, the building at 109 West George St., Arcanum has been home to just three owners and businesses.  Originally Smith’s Big Store, it was operated by the same family until...
  • Work on Arcanum Schools continues

    by - Apr 29, 2016
    ARCANUM – The Arcanum-Butler Local School District and the Ohio School Facilities Commission (OSFC) continue to work with the contractor engaged to perform the remedial work necessary to correct the efflorescence staining of the exterior masonry...
  • Mill invites visitors to Timber Frame Event

    by - Apr 29, 2016
    GREENVILLE – A demonstration of Timber Framing will take place across from Bear’s Mill on May 7, 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.  Adult visitors can watch as a timber framed structure is erected, and children may...
  • Buchy continues to oppose Obamacare

    by - Apr 29, 2016
    COLUMBUS – Last week, the Ohio Department of Medicaid announced a plan to require individuals utilizing the state’s Medicaid program to make payments in order to receive benefits. The plan is in response to the Ohio...
  • May is busy at museum in Versailles

    by - Apr 29, 2016
    VERSAILLES – The Versailles Area Museum is looking forward to May and all of the exciting events it brings to the museum. May is National Preservation Month and they will celebrate by inducting three special ladies...
  • DCFU sponsors Rhoades Scholarship

    by - Apr 29, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The local Darke County Farmers Union is sponsoring an essay contest again this year for the area’s high school juniors and seniors or those who are attending college as freshmen.  This year, the essay...
  • Ansonia FFA hosts Mother’s Day event

    by - Apr 29, 2016
    ANSONIA – Come on out to the Ansonia FFA Greenhouse’s annual Mother’s Day Spectacular. On May 7, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., they will have all kinds of fun activities for all plant fanatics. With thousands of plants...
  • Butterfly monitoring volunteers needed

    by - Apr 28, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Darke County Parks needs help. Butterfly habitat is declining, and scientists need to monitor their populations very closely. Every Friday from May through September at 2 p.m., join a naturalist to hike a pre-set...
  • Frog Bog Jog with DCP

    by - Apr 28, 2016
    GREENVILLE – On May 5, 6:30 p.m., meet a naturalist at Shawnee Prairie Preserve, just west of Greenville on State Route 502, to venture out in the park’s van to local frog hotspots. The chorus of...
  • Vendors at Poultry Days

    by - Apr 28, 2016
    VERSAILLES – The Serendipity Mothers are accepting reservations for space in the Vendor Tent for the Poultry Days Festival, June 10-12.  Options include 10 x 10 foot spaces in the Vendor Tent or space for your...
  • Gourd Patch meets May 12

    by - Apr 28, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The West Central Ohio Gourd Patch met at the Darke County Shawnee Prairie Nature Center. Twelve members were present.  The main topic of discussion was the upcoming planned Spring Gourd Show to be held May...
  • Dinner will help NJROTC

    by - Apr 28, 2016
    GREENVILLE – The Greenville Masonic Lodge No 143 is sponsoring a Spaghetti Dinner on the April 30, 4-7 p.m.  Cost is $6 for Adults and $3 for Children (12 and under).  The Masonic Lodge is located...
  • Fifth grade band signup is May 12 and 26

    by - Apr 28, 2016
    GREENVILLE – Greenville’s future band members will have an opportunity sign up on May 12 and 26, 7-8:30 p.m., in the GHS Band Room. These band instrument “petting zoos” will give students an opportunity try different...

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