NEWS ONLINE - FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2014 - HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
8 Super Weird Things You Didn't Know About Halloween
By Todd Van Luling & Amanda Scherker
This weird Halloween trivia isn't boo-gus. Halloween is a time for
candy, costumes and the Charlie Brown cartoon special, but how did it
become this way? Why are children and teens encouraged to run around
the neighborhood threatening tricks? Jack-o'-lanterns are a pretty
strange concept, but historically, strangers giving you candy was
supposed to be a bad thing. You may already think that Halloween is a
pretty bizarre holiday: What other celebration... Read
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DARKE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
Single car accident
at 571 & Wagner
On October 28, 2014 at 5:55pm Darke County Deputies along with
Greenville Rescue, Greenville Township Fire Department and Care flight
were dispatched to State Route 571 and Wagner Rd. on a single vehicle
accident. The accident investigation showed a 16 year old, (name not
released) female was driving a 1998 Dodge Dakota pickup truck in the
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RETREAT HELD IN VERSAILLES
was a success
Saturday, a women's retreat day was held in the Fr. Jaekle Room of the
Versailles Knights of Columbus Hall. The retreat was presented by
Jill Swallow, a former graduate and resident of Versailles, who is now
a consecrated woman of Regnum Christi and resides in Clarkston,
Michigan. The program entitled "Do Whatever He Tells You... Read
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U.S. SENATOR SHERROD BROWN
Protecting Consumers from the Dangers of Powdered Caffeine
In May, Dennis and Kate Stiner faced a tragedy that no parent should
have to endure. Their son Logan – a student athlete at Keystone High
School in LaGrange, who planned on attending the University of Toledo
this fall – died from ingesting too much powdered caffeine three days
before his high school graduation. Since then, the Stiners have become
courageous advocates... Read
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COMMISSIONER MIKE STEGALL
Coffee with the Commissioner
Please join Commissioner Mike Stegall this Saturday, Nov. 1st at
the A&B Coffee and Cake Company for the last “Coffee with the
Commissioner” for 2014. Since the holidays are approaching, the
last 2 years Commissioner Stegall has not held his meetings in late
November or December because of Thanksgiving and Christmas. This
meeting will be a good time to chat with the Commissioner about
problems or... Read
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Sarah Palin says
she may run again
By Jonathan Topaz
Sarah Palin opened the door for another run for public office, railing
against liberals who, she says, would like to keep her on the political
sidelines. In an interview Tuesday with Fox Business Network, the
former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee
was asked whether harsh criticism of her had driven her away from
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Incumbents Always Win
By John Stossel
I'm told that the public is "angry" at today's politicians. Eighty-two
percent disapprove of the job Congress is doing. So will Tuesday's
election bring a big shakeup? No. Congressional reelection rates never
drop below 85 percent. The last big "wave" election was 1994, when
Democrats lost control of both houses. The media called it a
"revolution," and the late Peter Jennings from ABC... Read
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THE EDITOR... ON THE INSIDE - FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2014
Photo: St. Mary’s School eighth grader Chloe Cox took top honors at
Greenville’s Got Talent Oct. 18 for the second year in a row. For more,
including what she sang, read the full story tomorrow. This week's Paul
cartoon has been posted here.
Sports Photos are posted here. News: This Cycle, a Tale of Two Different Midterm Elections; Pope Francis: Evolution and Big Bang Theory Are Real. Obituaries: Patricia Louise Applegate. See
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