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Bluebag Media… Edison students descend on Greenville South and JHS
GREENVILLE – “So how does the dead lady feel?” The ‘dead lady,’ Ann Bradfield, said “I feel rejuvenated.” As part of their drug presentation to South School, this team of Edison Community College communications/public speaking students presented a skit depicting what can happen when a student, behind in her homework, takes too much of a drug (to help her study) and dies. The skit included... read more 
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Anderson Elected as Vice Chairman of NATEF
Jim Anderson was elected to the position of Vice Chairman at NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation) board of trustees at the fall board meeting. The board meeting was held in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on November 17th through the 20th.  Anderson has been a trustee for the past six years. NATEF develops training standards and accredits automotive programs... read more 
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CIS Seniors Compete in Virtual Team Challenge
Three teams from the Greenville Computer Information Systems program recently competed in a virtual team challenge sponsored by Deloitte.  The challenge is a real-time, multi-user business simulation that is played over the course of several weeks by high school students throughout North America.  The students face business tasks and challenges that simulate the real-world experiences... read more 
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Bluebag Media… Student thanks range from family to football
GREENVILLE – When Edison Darke County Campus Dean Janice Michael was on a mission trip to South Africa, the parents of some of her Bible Study students asked her to dinner. “I knew this would be a hardship on them,” she said, “but I couldn’t decline their invitation.” She described their home as a cardboard box with a packed dirt floor… “Their wallpaper was newspaper... read more 
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Bank Donates $25,000 to Greenville Athletic Department
GREENVILLE (Ohio) – Second National Bank recently announced a large donation to the Greenville Athletic Department to support student athletes in the Greenville City School District. The bank’s logo is on the basketball court and the school plans to refer to it as SNB Court at the Greenville High School. “There is nothing more important and meaningful than... read more 
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Make a Commitment to Quit Smoking
GREENVILLE (Ohio) - Wayne HealthCare Pulmonary Rehabilitation Specialist Linda Fridley poses with free turkey winner Lisa Jeffers of Winchester, IN. The Wayne HealthCare 2014 Great American Smokeout event on November 20th gave local smokers the chance to join other across the U.S. in taking steps to start living a tobacco free life. Whether you stopped by the awareness table... read more 
Darke County Parks Job Posting   
Darke County Parks is seeking a full time Naturalist / Outdoor Educator. Goals of the Park District are centered on the conservation and preservation of natural and cultural areas in Darke County to be used for educational programs for a wide variety of audiences including schools, youth groups and the general public.  Duties include participation in the full range of tasks associated with natural-history programming and interpretation, maintenance... read more 
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Bluebag Media… The greatest tragedy is life without purpose
GREENVILLE – The stage had been set. Theo Makombe said the Hutus were planning genocide even during peace talks in 1990. “The U.N. (United Nations) began to notice this… or something, but they couldn’t get other (member) nations to respond.” Makombe, a member of the Rwanda Tutsi tribe, said the Hutus used the radio for a campaign of hate propaganda... read more 
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Bluebag Media… Untold hours spent on Dickey exhibit
GREENVILLE – “This will be a powerful, emotional event,” said Garst Museum Director Clay Johnson. He noted there was considerable interest from the community; also regionally… even from out of state. He added this was a project David Mangas, Garst Military Collection Consultant, was passionate about. “He put in a lot of time preparing for this event. Mangas said Dustin Nealeigh... read more 
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Bluebag Media… Dickey’s story will continue to be told
GREENVILLE – The ceremony unveiling Pfc. Douglas Dickey’s Medal of Honor on Nov. 21 was more than an opportunity for visitors to get up close and see the prestigious medal in person. It was a small glimpse into what it takes to earn this medal. It was a chance to learn what is meant by “going above and beyond the call of duty.” It was an opportunity to discover the true meaning of love... read more 
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Bluebag Media… Edison students talk to junior high students about bullying
GREENVILLE – “Words hurt,” said Edison Community College student Brant Shiverdecker. “Physical wounds heal… emotional scars never go away.” Brant and four other Edison communications students spoke to Mrs. Schaaf’s Greenville Junior High 7th and 8th graders Nov. 18 about what constitutes bullying and the harm it does to the victims. Stephen Hayes noted 21 percent... read more 
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Library ‘Friends’ looking for good books
As the Marines are looking for a few good men, The Friends of the Greenville Public Library are looking for a few (or many) good books. The FOL on-going book sale, on the second floor of the Greenville Public Library, just in back of the computer area, holds dozens of books, CD’s and DVD’s that can be had for a voluntary donation.  The variety of topics is wide enough to meet most interests... read more 
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Darke County Parks Photo Calendar for Sale
After a year-long contest and many photo submissions, the 2014 Darke County Parks photo contest has come to fruition.  The finalists have been selected and a 2015 calendar is complete.  Talented photographers set out to the 12 Darke County Park areas and snapped photos during various seasons and all weather conditions.  Judging was extremely difficult... read more 
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Young Women Explore STEM Careers at Edison’s We Are IT! Event
More than 200 students ranging from sixth to eleventh grade engaged in a day of learning and fun at Edison Community College on Friday, November 14, for the ninth annual “We Are IT!” event. The daylong program is designed to help boost interest of young women in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. “This year was the best year yet and... read more 
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Bluebag Media… EUM students in demand; prepared for kindergarten
GREENVILLE – “How are we the same?” We all have hair, lips, skin… “How are we different?” Our hair is curly, straight, long, short, brown, black, blonde… We all have feelings! Surprise, worry, lonely, scared, excited… “We’re all the same,” said Greenville Public Library children’s specialist Julie Frona. “We’re all different. That’s what makes the world exciting.” She... read more 
Museum is looking for memories
The Bradford Ohio Railroad Museum is looking for local Bradford and surrounding area residents with memories of the railway YMCA. The museum is in the planning phase of an oral history project. The YMCA served the railroaders in a time before hotels and restaurants were widely available. Railroads partnered with the YMCA to provide a safe clean and home like atmosphere for the railroaders working away from their home... read more 
St. Marys School November Newsletter
I have come across quite a mystery. Perhaps you can help. Does anyone know what happened to the first half of November? I am sure it was just yesterday my students were painting spiders and jack-o’lanterns to decorate our room. This week, I sent home notes asking for various ingredients for the school’s Thanksgiving luncheon and practiced Christmas carols with my class. There definitely seems to be something amiss with the space/time continuum... read more 
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Bluebag Media… GJHS assembly… to honor all veterans
GREENVILLE – “As a grateful nation, we show our respect by honoring our veterans…” The Greenville Junior High School student body stood as the Colors were presented, signifying the beginning of the school’s Veterans Day ceremony Nov. 11. The event was held at Memorial Hall. “Today we are reminded of our solemn obligation to recognize our veterans.” And they did. They spoke... read more 
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Bluebag Media… Students show respect for those who served
GREENVILLE – “It would make me feel guilty,” she said, “but you have to do what you have to do.” Her classmates agreed. “It isn’t something you’d want to do, but if you don’t more could die.” Could these students send men and women off to war if they had to? They were remembering Sept. 11 when they answered. They had set up the flags for the 9-11 ceremony at Greenville Junior High School this fall... read more 
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MVCTC Observes Veterans Day
Clayton, Ohio – The Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) held its annual observance of Veterans Day starting on Friday, November 11, 2014. Staff and students across the school contributed to a meaningful and moving day. Among the activities were: A reveille performed by the Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps; Posters honoring veterans on the MVCTC staff; Messages... read more 
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Bluebag Media… Caring for their country above themselves
ARCANUM – When you see a veteran stop and thank them, said two Arcanum High School freshmen, Wills Troutwine and Elle Siculan. “You have no idea what they sacrificed,” Elle added; “What they’ve gone through.” Wills said “you hear everywhere about thanking a veteran… do it! They appreciate that a lot more than you think.” The students had just experienced Arcanum-Butler’s... read more 
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MV Parents Committed to Kindergarten Readiness
Parents committed to readying their children for next fall’s Mississinawa Valley kindergarten met with SPARK parent partner Marla Threewits in a Feast for 10. Children and parents engaged in activities selected to highlight the skills recommended for transitioning into kindergarten. After two months of in-home sessions, the families came together for the first of two group-based lessons... read more 
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Cancer Association receives $1,000 donation from Versailles Eagles
Versailles Eagles recently presented the Cancer Association of Darke County with a donation of $1,000.     Earlier this year, they donated $3,000 to the organization, as well.  The Eagles donate to many other community causes as well including Versailles Community Scholarship Fund, Center for Neurology Development, Versailles Area Historical Society, Children’s Shrine Hospital, Versailles... read more 
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VHCC welcomes children for Halloween fun
The residents and staff of Versailles Health Care Center welcomed over 200 children to the health care center for a fun-filled afternoon of trick-or-treating.  The children included neighborhood kids, grandchildren of residents, and employees’ kids.  The kids dressed up as princesses, witches, cowboys and cowgirls, pirates, and much more!  Candy Stump, Activities Director, said “The residents love seeing... read more 
VHCC honors veterans
On Veteran’s Day, the residents and staff of Versailles Health Care Center held a special celebration to honor their veterans.  The celebration started with all in attendance listening to a Veteran’s Day poem read by Activities Assistant, Susan Browder, followed by a round of applause to recognize the sacrifice and valor of all veterans.  The residents then enjoyed a celebratory dinner compliments of V.F.W. of Versailles.  Tim Wagner, Commander... read more 
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Ohio Turnpike prepares its Snow & Ice Fleet for Winter
The Ohio Turnpike recently made its final preparations for the upcoming winter season, with comprehensive winter equipment inspections at its eight Maintenance Garages along the 241-mile mainline. The Turnpike-wide, 136-point inspection of all snowplows and equipment takes place annually, just before the first signs of winter weather... read more 
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Therese Pohlman celebrates 30 years at VHCC
On October 22, 2014, Therese Pohlman celebrated 30 years of employment at Versailles Health Care Center.  She joined Versailles Health Care Center in 1984 as the Business Office Manager and has seen her department grow from one to four staff members.  She commented that there have been a lot of changes over the last 30 years.  “We were... read more 
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GHS Wavaires Partner with Jazz Scene to Perform at Disney World
GREENVILLE - The Greenville High School Wavaires are proud to announce their partnership with The Greenville High School Jazz Scene to perform at Disney World in Orlando, Florida, December 3 through 8, 2014. The multi-day trip will include a combined performance with the Jazz Scene and The Wavaires at Hard Rock Cafe at Universal Studios... read more 
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Edison Faculty Honored with Excellence in Teaching Awards
Edison Community College faculty members Rachel Detraz and Sarah Hein recently received the 2014 Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award from the Southwestern Ohio Council for High Education (SOCHE). Detraz and Hein were honored at Faculty Excellence banquet on Friday, November 14, 2014 at Wright State University. Each year SOCHE hosts... read more 
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Bluebag Media… Speaker faced depression during his service
ARCANUM – “I’m not retired,” said Army PFC Harvey Hinshaw, guest speaker at the Arcanum-Butler Schools Veterans Day assembly Nov. 11. “While I was in South Korea I received an early discharge,” he went on. “It was after an attempted suicide.” He added he has recovered, thanks to support and counseling. It was following a particular incident... read more 
Donations sought for GHS Vocal Music Department equipment trailer
GREENVILLE, OH - The Greenville High School Vocal Music Boosters would like to purchase a new equipment trailer for the Vocal Music Department. The current trailer is twenty years old, and is in very poor condition. The Booster organization has budgeted part of the funding for the trailer out of their general funds, and is asking for community and business support to provide the rest. The total cost for the trailer is $5,000. For a minimum donation of $75... read more 
VHCC holds food drive
What does Thanksgiving mean to you?  Turkey and dressing, spending time with family and friends, holiday shopping?  The list could be endless…but there’s one meaning that many people have in common…something to be thankful for.  During this season of giving thanks, Versailles Health Care Center residents and staff extend their gratitude to their community, and wish everyone a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. During this season, Versailles... read more 
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Upper Valley CC students Experience Edison
Over 280 Upper Valley Career Center students were on Edison Community College’s Piqua Campus on Friday, October 24 for the inaugural Experience Edison event. The junior and senior classes of Upper Valley CC toured the campus, participated in information sessions, and engaged in breakout sessions, which highlighted the College’s various fields of study. “This Experience Edison event was... read more 
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BBBS Receives Grant from Vectren for After-School Mentoring
To fulfill the increasing need for intervention and prevention services for high-risk youth, Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of Shelby and Darke County received a grant for the Big Buddies After-School Mentoring Program. Thanks to community partners such as Vectren, BBBS of Shelby and Darke County is moving forward matching high school students with at-risk youth in grades kindergarten through... read more 
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MVCTC FFA Chapter November Meeting Kicks-off 34th Annual Charity Auction
Englewood, Ohio - The Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) FFA Chapter November meeting was on Wednesday, November 5, 2014.  The meeting included recognizing students that received their National FFA Greenhand Degree, updates from the National FFA Convention, and a presentation by guest speaker, Ms. Emily Luddington from the Dayton Area Ronald McDonald House... read more 
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Buckeye fans can brag about big win at Blood Drive
GREENVILLE, Ohio - The chocolate Buckeyes are so much sweeter, Tot’s famous cheeseball is even cheesier, and every scarlet-and-grey smile beams brighter when the Darke County Ohio State University Alumni Club Blood Drive comes right after a Buckeye football triumph like Saturday night’s upset of Michigan State. Ohio State’s thrashing of the Spartans in East Lansing on national TV... read more 
CAP offers HEAP & HPRP services
Community Action Partnership (CAP) will be offering assistance to eligible citizens of Darke County to find or maintain housing through the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program (HPRP). The mission of HPRP is to work with individuals and families at risk for eviction and homelessness by helping them to maintain housing and stabilize their situation. Additionally, HPRP serves individuals who are actually homeless by helping them to locate safe... read more 
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Bluebag Media… Gateway Fright Night a delicate balance of eerie and scary
GREENVILLE – It was a perfect night for the mad scientist to perform his scandalous experiments, zombies to leave the comfort of their hiding places, assorted goblins and creatures of other worlds to witness – with delight – the electrocution of a less fortunate soul… the night had turned cold and windy… followed by freezing rain. The only things missing were thunder and lightning. Inside... read more 
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Genealogical Society holds annual induction
Greenville, OH-During the November 2014 meeting of the Darke County Genealogical Society the annual induction of the descendants into the Lineage Families of Darke County, Ohio was held. Inducted this year were Nancy L. Hesson Donley, Athena Donley Moberg, H. Paulette Hesson Ford, Larry Hess, Connor Keiser, and Brenda D. Arnett. Nancy & Athena were inducted into Pioneer Families... read more 
South School holds Veterans Day program Nov. 10
Mr. Keith Denham and his students graciously came to South School to discuss the significance of Veterans Day.  5th and 6th grade student volunteers learned how to fold the flag properly.  Mr. Denham also explained how people in the military pledge to uphold and defend the Constitution.  A question and answer session followed.  South students and staff appreciated learning about Veterans Day.
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Bluebag Media… GHS grad first woman to fly the Apache
SAN DIEGO, CA – Retired U.S. Army CW2 Pamela Carpenter Summers, GHS Class of 73, made history when she became the first woman to fly Boeing’s AH-64 Apache Attack Helicopter. But she wasn’t in the army when she did it. “I want to correct that,” she said from her home in Southern California. “Everyone thinks I was in the army at the time. I wasn’t. I was a civilian commercial helicopter pilot working... read more 
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Bluebag Media… Dickey display to include 1967 ceremony, interviews
GREENVILLE – On Easter Sunday, a teacher told his students there is no greater love than to lay down your life for another… One of his students said, “I believe I could do that.” And he did. On March 26, 1967, during Operation Beacon Hill 1, Vietnam, Pfc Douglas E. Dickey “valiantly gave his life in service of his country.” He was awarded the Medal... read more 
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All About You celebrates Corynna’s legacy, By Jaime Wombolt
On October 25, All About You Therapeutic Massage hosted its third annual Ladies Night Out event. This year the event was held in honor of Corynna Strawser. In December of 2013 Corynna lost her courageous battle with Mitochondrial Disease, but her legacy would not stop there. As her parents, Sean and Kristi, carried out her wishes to create awareness, and with the help of those that attended... read more 
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Bluebag Media… Spooks and Goblins of all ages invade South Broadway
GREENVILLE – Three-year-old Kohen Sharp said even though he was a skeleton he wasn’t really a skeleton. “Under my costume is my skin,” he said. Five-year-old Autumn Best agreed. “We aren’t real,” she said. When they were questioned about it, they insisted. Kohen said he wasn’t real, either… well… he was but his costume wasn’t. Autumn pointed out it was just costumes they were wearing. They... read more 
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Bluebag Media… Arcanum ‘Tribute’ a moving service honoring veterans
ARCANUM – After placing the wreath at Veteran Memorial Park in Arcanum, 95-year-old retired Master Sgt. Lloyd Hunt stopped and, with the aid of his daughter Sue and son Rick, saluted the wreath, the marker and what it stood for. Later he talked briefly about why. “I was thinking of all the buddies I lost in the war… I went into the army before the war broke out. In three weeks my time would have been up... read more 
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Cancer Association receives donation from Mercer Savings Bank
Mercer Savings Bank employees donated money to wear their jeans to work for a day.  The Bank decided to keep the donation local and chose to donate the funds to the Cancer Association of Darke County. For over 125 years Mercer Savings Bank has been helping local residents achieve financial success. All of their Board of Directors and Executive Officers are local individuals, who live... read more 
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CBC recognizes October Blood Donor Milestones
DARKE COUNTY, OH — Community Blood Center congratulates all of the following donors for reaching their Blood Donation milestones.  Thanks to the generosity of all donors many lives have been saved. Donors are recognized for their Life Time Donations (LTD) Milestones.  Every time a donor donates any blood product it is a donation.  Life Time Donations are a total of all your blood product donations... read more 
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Big Brothers Big Sisters… Road Hoggs launch annual Toys for Tikes
November 7, 2014 -- The local Road Hogg Motorcycle Club will launch its’ annual Toys for Tikes Campaign in an effort to brighten the holidays for families less fortunate this holiday season in the Darke County area.  The campaign will be held on Sunday, November 30 from 9:00 – 5:00 pm in downtown Greenville on the Circle.  Club members will be available during this time to accept new... read more 
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Celebrate Buckeyes at Darke OSU Alumni Blood Drive
DARKE COUNTY, Ohio – Blood donors can help save lives and celebrate everything it means to be a Buckeye at the annual Community Blood Center (CBC) The Ohio State University Alumni Club of Darke County Blood Drive Tuesday, Nov. 11 from 12:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Greenville Church of the Brethren.  Donors are encouraged to schedule an appointment... read more 
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MVCTC Business Ownership Program prepares students to be entrepreneurs
Englewood, Ohio - The Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) Business Ownership program teaches students many aspects of owning and managing a business. One of the many projects they complete during their two years at MVCTC is selling MVCTC shirts to students and staff.  Shirts were sold in the Business Ownership classes and in the Student Activity Center during lunches. Prior to the sale... read more 
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Greenville National Bank Sponsors DCCA Special Event; The McCartney Years at St. Clair Memorial Hall -- Darke County Center for the Arts recognizes Greenville National Bank as a sponsor of the upcoming special event The McCartney Years, Saturday, November 8th at St. Clair Memorial Hall.  “Greenville National Bank’s sponsorship donation helps make it possible to present high quality performing artists in our hometown,” said Andrea Jordan, Executive Director of DCCA... read more 
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Should I Give my Tenant Power of Attorney for 2014 Farm Bill Decisions? By Sam Custer, OSU Extension, Darke County -- There are three decisions that need to be made in regards to the 2014 Farm Bill. Some of the decisions have been designated as the landowner’s responsibility and others have been designated the farmer’s/tenant’s responsibility. This division of decision responsibilities adds another level of confusion and leads to the question on the validity of previously signed power of attorney documents on file with FSA... read more 
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Pets of the week
We have Payton at the Darke County Animal Shelter. She is a 3 year old Boxer. She is tan and white with short hair. She is a sweet girl who loves to be around people. She knows some commands and is housebroken. She will make a wonderful companion and friend. She is current on her shots and is looking for a good home. We have Mack at the Darke County Animal Shelter. He is a 2 year old Walker Coon Dog... read more 
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Order a Poinsettia and Help a cancer patient
Cancer Association of Darke County is currently taking orders for Poinsettias.  Proceeds will go to help local cancer patients battling cancer.  Orders are being taken through November 17 for 6 inch poinsettias for $11, 7 inch for $18 and 8 inch for $25.  Available in Pink, Red, White, Marble and Glitter. Pick up will be Saturday, Dec. 6 from 11 am to 2 pm at VFW on Ohio St. in Greenville.  Please call 548-9960 with questions... read more 
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United Healthcare… Loving discipline: It's a learning experience
Don't think of discipline as punishment. Rather, it's how you teach and encourage your child to learn good behavior. Plus, giving little ones structure and guidance helps them feel secure. 3 words to parent by - To help young children learn how to behave, keep these key words in mind: Caring - Children want your love and attention. But sometimes they learn that misbehaving will get them what they crave... read more 
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VHCC welcomes Martin Grilliot to team
Kristy Earick, CEO and Administrator at Versailles Health Care Center, is excited to announce Martin Grilliot as the new Director of Dietary Services at Versailles Health Care Center.  Grilliot has worked in dietary services for almost 25 years.  He is a certified Dietary Manager.  “We are happy to welcome Martin.  He brings passion for great food and our seniors... read more 
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Bluebag Media… Districts enjoy weather, stick with Calamity Days
DARKE COUNTY – “Only one two-hour delay due to fog this year,” said Greenville Superintendent Doug Fries. “A lot better than last year.” The district lost two full days, plus some two-hour delays by this time the previous year, primarily due to fog. Fries said he was optimistic this time with the board-approved calendar of five allotted calamity days and five make-up... read more 
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Bluebag Media… Zydeco Experience has kids clapping & singing
GREENVILLE – “No fighting for the beads,” Terrance Simien told several hundred Greenville South School students Oct. 29… “If you already have your beads, let the person next to you catch theirs!” Throughout his performance he tossed out beads, noting they were the types of beads used during Mardi Gras. “This is not a ‘shush’ performance,” Simien told the students, loud enough for the teachers to hear... read more 
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VHCC takes part in Monster Dash for Young Life
The Rehab Clinic at Versailles Health Care Center staff recently participated in Monster Dash for Young Life 5K held in Versailles, Ohio.  Versailles Health Care Center’s team consisted of Facility Rehab Director, Shannon Condon, Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant Renae Borchers, Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant Tammy Moyer, and Rehab Technician Laura Gower.  With over 125 participants... read more 
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Bluebag Media… Construction going well; staff delighted with changes
GREENVILLE – Greenville High School’s getting a new look almost daily… somewhat noticeable on the outside; obvious in certain inside locations. The business office has a bright, cheery look thanks to installation of new windows. Greenville Schools Superintendent Doug Fries was pleased they were finished, noting the staff was also happy about it. Assistant Principal Dave Torrence was delighted with his office... read more 
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Bradford High School awarded $1,000 CBC grant
BRADFORD, Ohio – Community Blood Center (CBC) has recognized Bradford High School for blood drive excellence with a $1,000 High School Leadership Grant.  Bradford was honored for “Highest Percentage of Enrollment” of eligible students participating in school blood drives during the 2013-14 academic year. The Railroaders hosted four blood drives with participation by 144%... read more 
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Beagle honored for support of school choice; Public eSchool Families Present “Golden Apple Award” -- TIPP CITY, OHIO 10/30/14 – The Ohio eSchool Families & Friends Coalition, a non-profit school choice advocacy organization, awarded their annual Golden Apple Award to Senator Bill Beagle today.  In a small ceremony held in Tipp City, a grateful public eSchool family presented Sen. Beagle with his award. “Senator Beagle has done a lot to protect my ability to choose this type... read more 
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EUM Christian Preschool visits firehouse
During Fire Safety week, October 6 through 10, EUM Christian Preschool 3-day students visited the Greenville Fire Department to learn about Fire Safety. While at the fire house, students learned about stop, drop and roll, saw a firefighter in his uniform, toured the fire house, and sat in a fire truck. Our 2-day students were able to see the fire... read more 
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Two GHS clubs collect for FISH
GREENVILLE - Greenville High School Student Council and Key Club were among hundreds of youngsters Trick-or-Treating Oct. 26, but their goal wasn’t candy. It was food for those in need. They collected 230.5 lbs. of canned goods and non-perishables. This was the sixth year the two clubs had worked together; approximately 15 students hit... read more 
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