Community and school stand side-by-side

GREENVILLE – Hundreds of community leaders joined with Greenville High School student leaders, athletes, and club and organization members to display A Community United....

Early Bird names Gathering at Garst winner

GREENVILLE – The Early Bird and Bluebag Media are pleased to announce the winners of their Gathering at Garst drawing. Thousands of people came...

Senior Fairboard makes decision for junior fairboard

GREENVILLE – The Darke County Fairboard met in special session on Wednesday to finish last minute preparations before the 2018 Great Darke County Fair...

Clays minister in Greenville

GREENVILLE – Randall and Carolyn Clay will be ministering at Northside Community Fellowship on Aug. 19 at 10:30 a.m. Randall and Carolyn are no strangers...

4-H Club News – Top Notch

At Top Notch 4-H Club's July meeting, President Kara Hollinger called the meeting to order.  We had member presentations and The King and Queen...

Finnarn Team competes at golf outing

GREENVILLE – Pictured above is the Finnarn Law Office Golf Team that came in fourth place in the recent Darke County Chamber of Commerce...

SNB supports The Gathering at Garst

GREENVILLE – Second National Bank has a long history of supporting many organizations, events, and projects in our community. Garst Museum thanks Second National...

Steel Expressions coming to St. Paul Lutheran Church

GREENVILLE – St. Paul Lutheran Church, 122 E. Fourth St., Greenville is happy to announce the return of Steel Expressions for their Sunday morning...

Freezing and Drying Herbs

GREENVILLE – The use of herbs in cooking adds color to your dishes.  Herbs also add flavor to foods without increasing salt, fat or...

County approves SROs for three school districts

DARKE COUNTY – Commissioners on Wednesday approved agreements to provide sheriff’s deputies as school resource officers (SROs) with three county schools – Tri-Village, Mississinawa...

Darke County Crime Stoppers honors Sgt. Mike Burns

GREENVILLE – Recently retired Darke County Deputy Sheriff, Sgt. Mike Burns was presented a plaque of appreciation for his years of service to Darke...

Cardinal Center rumor ‘not true’ says Gettysburg mayor

GETTYSBURG – Rumors about the Cardinal Center in Gettysburg closing its doors are “not correct,” says village mayor Jason Lance. The former Gettysburg School building...

Staying healthy at the Great Darke Co. Fair

GREENVILLE – It’s fair week and the Health Department is getting prepared to perform food and camping inspections as well as help educate the...

ODOT continues construction in county

DARKE COUNTY – The Ohio Department of Transportation will conduct the following road work in the county. Sweitzer Street/West Fourth Street between Pine Street and...

Shine hosts Summer Day with the Saints

MARIA STEIN – On Aug. 9, the Maria Stein Shrine of the Holy Relics hosted over 30 children for their Summer Day with the...

4-H Club News – Osgood Jolly

The Osgood Jolly 4-H Club had their seventh meeting of the year on July 8th at the St. Nicholas Church basement. President Kurt Meiring...

4-H Club News – Osgood Jolly

For the June 4-H meeting, the Osgood Jolly 4-H Club took an educational tour given by Nick Moeller to the Moeller Brew Barn. They...

Heath appointed to MSG Board of Trustees

GREENVILLE – Kristina Heath, co-owner of KTL Performance Mortgage, has joined the Main Street Greenville Board of Trustees. The goal of Main Street Greenville...

Fries welcomes Greenville students to the 2018-19 school year

From Superintendent Doug Fries, Greenville City Schools: Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year.  Our administration and staff are eager to begin another year with the...

Greenville’s Rodriguez counting on ‘smooth transition’

GREENVILLE – Greenville City School’s new transportation supervisor Mary Rodriguez is almost ready for the new school year to begin. Busy this past week finalizing...