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“Phantom Ship” a Native American history thriller, By Bob Robinson
WASHINGTON TWP – “A profoundly powerful work,” wrote Disawin Ballard, East of the River Shawnee, Greenville. Ballard’s comments were used to promote “Phantom Ship,” a novel by Michael Vickers. Vickers, a historian and poet, has written several pieces of work, including “Phantom Trail,” “Odes of Forest and Town,” and recently, “A Nation Betrayed.” This is his first novel. The Canadian-born author lives and works in England, but... read more
Cookbooks now available!
The Greenville High School Music Boosters now have cookbooks available for purchase at the Kitchenaid store, downtown Greenville and at The Flower Patch on Rhoades Ave.  For just $7.00 each, you can get a cookbook and support a great organization in Greenville.  Stop by and get yours today!
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Gettysburg school gets new life, By Bob Robinson
GETTYSBURG – Retired from service as a building to educate children, the 92-year-old Gettysburg Elementary School has been given a new name and a new mission. The Cardinal Community Center will be available for events, meetings and activities in another couple of weeks, according to Gettysburg Village Councilman Brett Clark. The community wing is phase one of the project. “We just passed health inspection last night,” Clark said... read more
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Fort GreeneVille DAR holds storytime at Gathering
The Fort GreeneVille DAR chapter held a storytime with games during the Gathering at the Garst. Member Karen Burkett gave a storytime about the 1700 and 1800 time period of children. Afterwards chapter members played games of that period with the children. The games included whirligigs, hoop & stick, Graces, and Apple Snap (marshmallows). Two books were given away as door prizes. The books of early period games were... read more
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Second National Bank donates to Park District
Second National Bank associates participate in a daily motivational meeting where a question recently was posed "what can you or your department do to make a difference in your community?" SNB Indirect Lending & Collections thought this was a great idea to start a collection drive "Second Floor's Goodwill for Friends" to collect various items on a weekly basis and donate them to a different organization each month. For the month of June we... read more
Cancer Association has moved
The Cancer Association of Darke County has moved from 209 E. Fourth Street, Greenville, to 1111 Sweitzer St.   They are located in the new Wayne Cancer Center with Dayton Physicians and Premier Health. The days open are the same as before ~ Monday~Wednesday~Friday, but the hours are a bit different with the office now being open 9:00 a.m.-4:30.  (No longer closed for lunch.) The association invites the public to stop in and visit some time and see the new office area that is very... read more
Better teachers, better preschool education – it matters
Do you know the education level of your child’s preschool teacher?  Do you know that research shows it does make a difference in what your child learns in preparation for kindergarten? It is widely recognized that qualified teachers are an essential part of preschool programs that show improved outcomes for young children.  Children who are educated by teachers with both a bachelor’s degree and specialized training in child development have been found to be more sociable, have a more developed... read more
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Darke County Parks—Through the Years… Worth Family Nature Preserve
This is the fifth installment of a series featuring Darke County Park District’s twelve park areas.  The mission of the Darke County Parks is to acquire and preserve land areas possessing special natural and historical features and to manage and maintain these resources for the benefit of its residents through appropriate educational and passive recreational programs and activities.  The Park District was created in 1972 when the honorable... read more
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Moody, King named Junior Fair King and Queen, By Bob Robinson
GREENVILLE – Jenna King has been named Junior Fair Queen and Logan Moody Junior Fair King at the 2013 Darke County Junior Fair Pageant held at St. Claire Memorial Hall July 16. King was sponsored by Top Notch 4-H Club and Moody by Buckeye Buckaroos 4-H Club. The members of their court are First Runner Up King and Queen Joe Schmitz, Mississinawa Valley FFA, and Lizzie Hart, Fun Bunch 4-H Club; Second Runner Up King and... read more
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American Red Cross Launches New App to Recruit Volunteers
Darke County, July 11, 2013 — The American Red Cross today launched the Team Red Cross App, which allows people to sign up to help, get an overview on basic tasks and receive notifications about Red Cross disaster volunteer opportunities in their own community. “When people see an emergency happening in their community, they often want to help but may not know how,” said  Lynne Gump, Executive Director, American Red Cross... read more
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Darke County Friends of the Shelter…Pets of the week
We have Kirby at the Darke County Animal Shelter. He is a 2-year-old Australian Cattle Dog mix (Blue Heeler). He is gray, black and some brown with short hair. He is a playful little guy and loves people. He loves to play ball and have fun. He will make a great friend and is looking for a good home. We have Missy at the Darke County Animal Shelter. She is an 8-month-old Basset Hound mix. She is reddish brown with short hair. She is a sweet little girl... read more
BBBS secures local funding to assist with mentoring programs
The Harry Stephens Memorial recently made a donation of $1,000 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Shelby and Darke County.   Additionally,  the Greenville Rotary donated $500.00 to the local agency. Both of these donations are specific to the Darke County program and will assist the agency in continuing to serve “at risk” children in Darke County. “The support we receive from these The Harry Stephens Memorial and Greenville Rotary is truly a blessing for our agency. It enables us to continue to serve... read more
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Main Street interns thank community; photo show a success, By Bob Robinson
GREENVILLE – “Amber was a friend before I left to go to school,” Main Street intern Sean Wolfe said. “She is a mentor for me… I felt comfortable asking questions.” Brealyn Eckstein and Amy Barger agreed with Sean’s comments about Amber Garrett, Executive Director of Main Street Greenville. “She’s a great mentor,” Brealyn said. “It was always easy to go to her.” Amy noted a reality: interns will “mess up.” “She’s understanding... read more
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McCallister Golf Outing raises $30,000 for Bridges to College
(Greenville) The Fourth Annual Karlh McCallister Memorial Golf Outing and raffles raised $30,000 for the Bridges to College program. “We were very fortunate to have such generous sponsors, players, businesses and other community members,” said Marlise McCallister, Bridges to College trustee and organizer of this year’s outing. “Their support helped make the event a great success.” Twenty-three teams participated in the outing on... read more
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Gathering at Garst… Living History Encampment Major Sponsors
The Gathering at Garst Committee and the Garst Museum, would like to thank the Maid-Rite Sandwich Shoppe and Wayne Hospital Foundation for their generous sponsorship and support for the Living History Encampment at the 2013 Gathering at Garst. The Living History Encampment will offer visitors the chance to experience life as it was in the historical past through costumed reenactors and exhibitors. See a blacksmith, artists, basket... read more
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Levy volunteers excited, blanketing district with door hangers, By Bob Robinson
GREENVILLE – “It was mass organized chaos,” said Greenville Schools Levy Campaign Tri-director Jan Teaford. “They were coming in all excited… it was like the year of the locusts.” Teaford estimated about 100 people were on the street the morning of July 13 when they kicked off their “Door Hanging” campaign. Kids, teachers, ex-teachers, high school students and other members of the community had volunteered to cover the district with... read more
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Commissioners sign “Paint the County Purple” proclamation, By Bob Robinson
GREENVILLE – On July 8 the Darke County Commissioners signed a proclamation declaring July 14 through 20 as “Paint the County Purple” week for Darke County Relay for Life. In the proclamation, commissioners urged communities, citizens and businesses to join in the fight against cancer by decorating the towns, homes and businesses in purple ribbons and signs, and to participate in the Relay For Life of Darke County July... read more
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Big Brothers Big Sisters… Versailles Foundation Awards Funding to BBBS
The Versailles Foundation has recently donated $1500 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Shelby and Darke County.   This funding will be used by Big Brothers Big Sisters to aid in the after school Buddies program that is offered at Versailles Schools.  Currently, there are around 350 children served in Shelby and Darke County through both the community based  and after school programs in both counties and the number keeps rising. Big Brothers Big... read more
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Republican Women’s Club… Willman: “a totally different animal”
"It's been a transition... a totally different animal than private auditing. I've enjoyed it, though." said Willman of her move from private sector to public service. Greenville City Auditor Roxanne Willman as she spoke to the Darke County Republican Women's Club (DCRW) recently. She detailed some of the duties involved in the performance of being city auditor. She explained that she has been through a year-end audit, two budgets, contract negotiations... read more
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GSD School Board commends junior Erin Scott for perfect OGT score, By Bob Robinson
GREENVILLE – Greenville High School junior Erin Scott received a commendation from the Greenville City School Board at its July 9 special meeting for achieving a perfect score on her Ohio Graduation Test (OGT) in Social Studies. Erin is only one of six students in the state to achieve this in 2013, according to reports so far. “I read a lot,” she said later. “I just retain stuff like that.” Erin said she would like to see more history taught in school... read more
OSU Extension, Darke County…2013 Farm Bill Update, by Carl Zulauf, Professor, Ohio State University, and Gary Schnitkey, Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Overview: Both the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives have passed farm bills. As expected, differences exist. Some are notable. This post briefly reviews the current farm bill situation and looks at possible paths forward. It examines the farm bill situation from three perspectives: politics, process, and content. History: The 2008 Farm bill expired on September ... read more
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Greenville Public Library… Library Honors Dianna Wagner
On July 8th the Greenville Public Library Board of Trustees honored Dianna Wagner who is retiring as fiscal officer on July 31st.  Dianna has been with the Library for over 23 years.  Last year she retired from Greenville National Bank after a long and successful career.  She said then she wanted to spend more time with her family - including husband Gary and two married daughters & two granddaughters. The Wagner’s also like to travel. The Board... read more
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Darke County Parks–Through the Years
This is the fourth installment of a series featuring Darke County Park District’s twelve park areas. The mission of the Darke County Parks is to acquire and preserve land areas possessing special natural and historical features and to manage and maintain these resources for the benefit of its residents through appropriate educational and passive recreational programs and activities. The Park District was created in 1972 when the... read more
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Woodington School – do you know anyone?
Greenville—The Genealogy Library of Garst Museum recently obtained a picture that, according to a notation on the back, is “Woodington School, Esther Stephens Harter teacher.” Head of the Genealogy Library, Phyllis Crick, said that the picture is likely to have been taken in the late 1940s or early 1950s. According to Crick, there is no further information known about the students shown in the picture and she would like to be able to identify... read more
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VFW holds fundraiser for Washington trip
On June 1st, 2013, the Greenville VFW Post # 7262 held their first annual golf outing at Turtle Creek Golf Course. The event coordinators were Jodie Klosterman and Debbie Oliver. The proceeds from this event will fund a trip for local veterans to Washington D.C. The trip is scheduled for July 18 – 20, 2013. Due to the generosity of our sponsors and participants, enough money was raised to send eleven (11) members of the Darke County “Honor ... read more
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Steam Threshers Reunion is about farming 100 years ago, By Bob Robinson
YORK WOODS – “Things have been a little slow, although Friday morning was really good,” said Deanna Hess, secretary of the Darke County Steam Threshers Association. Hess noted that over 500 people explored the offerings of the Reunion on Friday, and they had about 450 people on July 4. While a number of people noted how traffic seems to thin out when the rain starts falling, then swell in numbers when there’s a break in the... read more
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The ‘rain on their parades’ didn’t hurt enthusiasm, By Bob Robinson
ANSONIA, NEW MADISON – It was a tough day for parades. Attendance was small in both Ansonia and New Madison for their annual Fourth of July Independence Day parades. However what the spectators lacked in numbers they made up for in enthusiasm. “One year it was raining so hard everyone was gone,” said one parade enthusiast in Ansonia, “but that band kept right on marching and playing.” Another resident glanced... read more
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Commissioners sign “Paint the County Purple” proclamation, By Bob Robinson
GREENVILLE – On July 8 the Darke County Commissioners signed a proclamation July 14 through 20 as “Paint the County Purple” week for Darke County Relay for Life. In the proclamation, commissioners urged communities, citizens and businesses to join in the fight against cancer by decorating the towns, homes and businesses in purple ribbons and signs, and to participate in the Relay For Life of Darke County July 19 and 20... read more
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Greenville Schools Levy… Preliminary Rendering… additional Q&A
1.  According to a contractor friend there is no way to estimate the cost of a building without a set of prints.  Do you have plans and prints we can look at? No, we do not have a set of prints or plans because the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission sets the budget for the project based on average square foot pricing; further, it is updated every year based on construction inflation.  OFCC has a design manual that must be followed that... read more
Wanted: Old, Warn, Smelly Sneakers
Darke County, July 11, 2013 —In coordination with the Light Foundation and the Green Sneakers organization, the American Red Cross Darke County Chapter are collecting used sneakers, which will then Green Sneakers using their network will be re-using and repurposing the sneakers.  So not only do we keep items out of landfills, but to encourage collections, the Green Sneaker organization gives .50 cents a pound to partner non-profits.  So clean out those closets, sneak out your spouse’s... read more
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Miller, Springer named Little Mr. & Miss Firecracker 2013, By Bob Robinson
NEW MADISON – Andy Miller, 5, and Emylee Springer, 3, were named New Madison’ Independence Day Little Mr. & Miss Firecracker 2013. Andy is the son of Scott and Shelley Miller and was dressed in a patriotic costume that was reminiscent of Yankee Doodle Dandy. He recited the Pledge of Allegiance. Emylee is the daughter of Sarah Ditty and Rodney Springer. She was dressed as Lady Liberty. She lifted her torch and said “I lift my lamp... read more
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Main Street Greenville… Fall in love all over again, By Brealyn Eckstein
Once I graduated high school, I moved to Muncie, Indiana to pursue photography. There’s honestly not a big difference between Muncie and Greenville - besides a mall and some restaurants. Muncie even has its own little downtown. It’s funny though how much I actually started to appreciate home once I moved away from it, even being somewhere similar. Every time I come back I am overwhelmed with this sense of community and how adorable our downtown... read more
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Photo Club announces results of 2013 show
On June 13-16, 2013, the Darke County Photography Club held their 6th annual photography competition, “A Moment of Time” at the Versailles Poultry Days Festival. The club would like to thank judges John Cook and Jan Roestamadji and the sponsors for helping make the show a success. Professional Best of Show, sponsored by Greenville National Bank, was awarded to Mel Cabeen. Amateur Best of Show, sponsored by Jeff Hole & Max, was... read more
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Main Street Greenville…Funny how quickly plans change, By Sean Wolfe
Just over three years ago, I walked across the stage on Harmon Field decked in my white cap and gown with so much drive and excitement to move forward that tears filled my eyes. I had no idea what I wanted to do or who I wanted to be, but I was certain that staying in this small, sleepy town just was not for me. I had a craving to make the world a better place, and much like other young people, that place wasn’t the uneventful town I grew up in. I left for... read more
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The SMV Celebrates 50 Years, By Sam Custer, OSU Extension, Darke County
The Slow Moving Vehicle (SMV) emblem celebrates its 50th Anniversary!  This emblem, recognized for safety around the U.S., was developed in the Agricultural Engineering Department at The Ohio State University in the early 60's. In 1963 this emblem was dedicated to the public by the OSU President Novice G. Fawcett. Testing was conducted by Ken Harkness, an OSU Ag Engineer... read more
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Darke County Friends of the Shelter, Pets of the week
We have Ruckus at the Darke County Animal Shelter. He is an 8-month Doberman mix. He is black and tan with a patch of white on his chest. He also has short hair. He is current on his shots and good with kids. He is a friendly guy and likes to go jogging with his owner. He is full of energy and loves to play. He is looking for a good home and is ready to be adopted. We have Wendy at the Darke County...
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Weaver Station School Students Identified, By Lyn Bliss, Senior Scribe
The picture of the above school and students was previously printed, asking for identification of the students. Head of the Genealogy Library, Phyllis Crick has located the “Souvenir At Close of School” memento program given out for that school the year the picture was taken. The memento program provides the following information: Weaver Station School, Special District No...
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Richards, Bowers receive SSSF scholarships from Dave Knapp Ford, By Bob Robinson
GREENVILLE – On July 2 Teha Richards, Tri-Village High School Class of 2013, and Sam Bowers, Greenville High School Class of 2013, received Senior Scribes Scholarship Fund Business Scholarships from Dave Knapp Ford Lincoln for their academic excellence and accomplishments in their respective sports. Richards was a 4-year starter in basketball for Tri-Village and a...
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Main Street Greenville… Planning has begun for the 10th Annual Holiday Horse Parade
Though it is only June, plans are already taking shape for the 2013 Hometown Holiday Horse Parade slated for Saturday, November 23rd at 7 pm in Downtown Greenville. This annual tradition for the Greenville community has kicked off the holiday season for the downtown district the past nine years and we are thrilled to celebrate its 10th year! The lighted event boasts 50 + horse entries which bring an estimated 8,000+ spectators into... read more
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Athletic Boosters tournament a success
The Annual Greenville Athletic Boosters’ Golf Tournament had another successful year; with 88 golfers and numerous volunteers at Turtle Creek Golf Course Saturday, June 29. “A great event ... said Boosters President Dave Ernst…all that participated had a great time and raised money to benefit our athletic programs.  I am surprised by how many people came out to support Greenville Athletic Boosters.”  Participants were able to... read more
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Generalist Pollinators and Soybeans, By Sam Custer, OSU Extension, Darke County
We had three calls in the Extension Office in the last two weeks regarding bee swarms and the need to collect and move them.  If you have a swarm you need moved from your home or farm you can call us for necessary information. As we get close to soybeans flowering across the state (growth stages R1-R2), we need to bring up an important issue related not specifically to honey bees, but to pollinators in general (albeit honey bees... read more
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Local VFW Auxiliary pays visit to vets at Dayton VA Hospital, By Lyn Bliss
“We are always greeted with such appreciation when we visit the Veterans,” said Marlene McGlinch. “We are so proud to be able to provide this service to our Veterans.” Her comments were made during a recent visit of the Ladies Auxiliary to VFW Post 7262 (LAVFW) to the Dayton VA Medical Center. The LAVFW visits the Hospital several times each year. During their visits, they try to greet each patient, thank them for their service... read more
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Darke County Center for the Arts…DCCA Barbecue & Blues sponsored by local couples
Darke County Center for the Arts is proud to announce its annual Barbecue and Blues fundraiser to take place at Turtle Creek Golf Course, 6545 St. Rt. 36 E., Greenville, Ohio, on Friday, July 12 at 6:30 pm. Sponsored by Matt & Angie Arnold, Tom & Jennifer Bish, George and Becky Luce and Dr. Robert & Jean McLear, this outdoor event is casual and family-friendly with great food, drinks, and music! “Local sponsorship support of
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The Early Bird and Blue Bag Media Contribute to The Gathering at Garst
The Gathering at Garst Committee would like to thank the Early Bird newspaper and BlueBag Media for their contribution to the 2013 Gathering at Garst event. The support and promotion that their donation provides helps to ensure that the 2013 Gathering will be well attended and appreciated for honoring the history and heritage of our communities. Be sure to visit the Gathering at Garst on Saturday, July 27 from 10 am to 9 pm and
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The Darke County Historical Society…Dr. Harry G. Thomas Medical Scholarship Program for 2013
The Darke County Historical Society is pleased to announce that funds will be available from the Harry G. Thomas Medical Scholarship Program for the 2013-2014 academic year. The H.G. Thomas Medical Scholarship program, administered by the Darke County Historical Society, was established and funded in 1971 by Lowell Thomas and his sister Pherbia Thomas Thornburg, in memory of their father Dr Harry G. Thomas. The program was ... read more
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Ohio Natural Resources…Barn Owls Making a Comeback in Ohio
COLUMBUS, OH – Barn owls are making a comeback in Ohio, and more people every year have the pleasure of witnessing these beautiful birds, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). The ODNR Division of Wildlife is seeking reports from people who have seen barn owls. Reporting sightings of barn owls helps ODNR Division of Wildlife biologists estimate how many live in Ohio. This information benefits conservation efforts by ... read more
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Local VFW Auxiliary pays visit to vets at Dayton VA Hospital, By Lyn Bliss
“We are always greeted with such appreciation when we visit the Veterans,” said Marlene McGlinch. “We are so proud to be able to provide this service to our Veterans.” Her comments were made during a recent visit of the Ladies Auxiliary to VFW Post 7262 (LAVFW) to the Dayton VA Medical Center. The LAVFW visits the Hospital several times each year. During their visits, they try to greet each patient, thank them for their service and give... read more
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Flamingos in the Park
Submitted by Jan Boyer; A lawn full of Flamingos in Greenville! Driving in the Park area of Greenville, I saw these flamingos. They are part of a fundraiser for the youth of Gospel Baptist Church.  Scotty Ritchie and Evan Ritchie stand among the pink birds... read more
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Garst Museum… Garst welcomes former teacher as latest intern
The Garst Museum is pleased to introduce its latest Wright State University Public History program intern, Jason Swiatkowski. Jason earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Education from Kent State University and is currently pursuing his Masters of Arts degree with a concentration of Public History from Wright State University. Jason will be responsible for creating a new permanent exhibit that will introduce and interpret the importance of Darke... read more
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Darke County Parks levy to support its parks, programs, By Bob Robinson
GREENVILLE – Darke County Park District uses 300 volunteers to help provide events, cleaning and maintenance for 12 areas under its jurisdiction, according to parks director, Roger Van Frank. “The Nature Center alone serves over 50,000 visitors annually,” he added in a presentation to Kiwanis of Greenville recently. The district welcomes over 100,000 visitors a year. Probably the most recognized part of the Park District is Shawnee Prairie, which... read more
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Main Street Greenville… Hometown Pride: My internship experience, By Amy Barger
There are several reasons I decided to volunteer for Main Street Greenville this summer.  I will start by explaining how I used to think of Greenville. When you have grown up in a small town for 18 years and it is all you have ever known, you crave to leave. You are young, you realize this world is bigger than Greenville and there is so much to discover.  I used to simplify Greenville as, “a boring, uninteresting small town with nothing to do”, and I know I am not... read more
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Greenville Public Library… A Very Special Donation
This year the Greenville Public Library received a generous donation for “Family Fun Days” from the Friends of the Library - as well as a very special gift from the Greyson James Steyer Memorial Trust.  This trust was established with the HOPE Foundation by Matt & Mindy Steyer as a lasting endowment in their infant son’s name following his tragic death. “Something good and positive must come from this tragedy,” they said. As they... read more
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Anticipating a Great Wheat Harvest, By Sam Custer, OSU Extension, Darke County
I have looked at a lot of fields of corn, soybean and wheat in the last two weeks as I have checked our Western Bean Cutworm traps and checked on our Manure Side Dress research plots.  The corn and beans for the most part look great.  I am concerned with weed pressure in some fields as it appears that our population of resistant marestail and giant ragweed continues to expand. Pierce Paul, OSU Extension Crops Disease Specialist, reports that we are... read more
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Darke County Parks… Through the Years
This is the third installment of a series featuring Darke County Park District’s twelve park areas. The mission of the Darke County Parks is to acquire and preserve land areas possessing special natural and historical features and to manage and maintain these resources for the benefit of its residents through appropriate educational and passive recreational programs and activities. The Park District was created in 1972 when the honorable ... read more
Red Cross Issues Safety Tips For 4th of July Holiday; Safely enjoy the beach, the fireworks and the barbecue!
Darke County, OH — It’s time for Fourth of July celebrations – fireworks, a backyard barbecue, maybe a trip to the beach. Whatever people have planned, the American Red Cross wants them to enjoy their holiday and has steps they can follow to be safe. “We want everyone to have a great holiday, and a safe one,” said Lynne Gump, Executive Director of the Darke County Chapter American Red Cross, “Whether the weekend will involve fireworks, grilling or going to the seashore, we have safety tips everyone can... read more
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Big Brothers Big Sisters… Daffy Derby and Duck N’ Run Winners Announced
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Shelby and Darke County held their annual Daffy Duck Derby and 5K on Thursday, June 20rd, starting at 7:30 p.m. in Tawawa Park in Sidney. Over 2,997 rubber ducks, which were “adopted” by community members and local corporate sponsors, were launched out of a box which was extended over the creek with the aid of a Ferguson Construction crane.  The wonderful sponsors for this event included Sidney Daily News... read more
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Darke County Friends of the Shelter… Pets of the week
We have Sky at the Darke County Animal Shelter. She is a 2-year-old Lab/Shepherd mix. She is black and brown with short hair. She is a friendly girl and good with kids. She will make a great friend and loves people. She is looking for a good home and is ready for adoption. We have Honey at the Darke County Animal Shelter. She is a 10-month-old Shepherd mix. She is black and brown with short hair. She is a little sweetheart and very lovable. She... read more
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