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COUNTY NEWS ONLINE - FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 2015 - GREAT DARKE COUNTY FAIR

Big power at the fair proves to be scary at times
By George Starks

GREENVILLE- Trucks and tractors were never built to pull excessive amounts of weight, let alone be souped up to run massive RPM's. Monday, that's exactly what was happening front of the grandstands at the Darke County Fair Tuesday. The days events started at 10 am. with the annual Darke County Tractor Pullers Association. Ten different classes with 142 entries filled the morning/afternoon card. Of the 142 entries... Read More. More Sports.

   
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Granpa Cratchet
Puppet Show

By Elaine Bailey

Watch out for Granpa Cratchet during the 2015 Darke County Fair.  He’ll tickle the funny bone of all ages… but will particularly engage the attention of youngsters with his wit and slapstick.  He can be seen driving his puppetmobile down the midways, leading fair goers to his general store.  It is from the lofty... Read More. More Community.

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Spencer Landscaping and others get ready for fair

GREENVILLE – “I do the design but the boys bring it to life,” said Janese Spencer, referring to the landscape work being completed in preparation for the Great Darke County fair opening Aug. 21. The ‘boys’ are her sons, Wes and Austin. Wes owns the business, Spencer Landscaping; Austin works with him. They begin the landscaping... Read More. More Community
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OHIO SENATOR BILL BEAGLE
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Beagle, Lehner Reintroduce Legislation Aimed at
Keeping Renters Safe


COLUMBUS– State Senators Bill Beagle (R-Tipp City) and Peggy Lehner (R-Kettering) today reintroduced legislation aimed at keeping renters safe in the event of a fire. The bill requires a separate means of egress for all dwelling areas above the second story of a residential rental property. “When a fire breaks out, tenants have only... Read More. More News.

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DCC’s Rich is
Edison Employee
of the Semester


GREENVILLE – “I was surprised, touched and honored,” said Edison Darke County Campus (DCC) Success Advisor Rhonda Rich. “There’s a lot of reward in my work with students,” she said. “But it’s nice to know your hard work is recognized and appreciated by those you work with.” Rich... Read More. More Community.

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The way she connected with people was special

GREENVILLE – “She had a deep soul,” said Jim Steinle. He said all parents think their children are special but there was something about Kate… “She was different in the way she connected with people.” Steinle and a friend had gone into the city, San Francisco, July 1 to visit his daughter Kate. They had lunch, then decided... Read More. More News.