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COUNTY NEWS ONLINE - MONDAY, MAY 25, 2015 - MEMORIAL DAY
Remembering those who paid the Ultimate Price

Senate President Keith Faber
Honoring the Greatest Sacrifice
 
Last year at this time, I offered a prayer at a joint session of the Ohio Senate and House of Representatives honoring Ohioans who lost their lives while serving our country. I prayed that we would have no reason to meet again in 2015—that there would be no Ohioan lost in the service of their fellow man. This week I stood again before my fellow legislators to present the Military Medal of Distinction to the loved ones of six brave military servicemen... Read More. More Opinion.

   
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DARKE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
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Motorcyclist CareFlighted Saturday

Greenville- On May 23, 2015 at approximately 9:03 p.m. Darke County Deputies. along with Union City Ohio Fire and Rescue, were dispatched to the 7700 block of Palestine Union City Rd. reference to a reported motorcycle accident. Preliminary investigation revealed that 2006 Yamaha motorcycle, driven by Matthew R. Glenn (21) of Greenville, was northbound... Read More. More News.

SENIOR SCRIBES
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Honoring those who gave the ultimate price
By Lois Wilson

While most of Americans across the country enjoy their first three-day weekend of the summer, Senior Scribe Poet Laureate Lois Wilson reminds us of the reason for Memorial Day holiday. It isn’t about bar-b-ques or family get-togethers. It’s about those who died so that we may enjoy this and so many other holidays we observe... Read More. More Senior.
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GREENVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY
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American Sign Language Classes at Library

The Greenville Public Library is proud to host a free course in American Sign Language taught by interpreter Linda Crawford.  The first class is Wednesday June 10th from 6:00 to 7:30.  Classes continue for eight Wednesdays ending on July 29th.  To register please call the Library at 548-3915 or call Linda directly at 423-0402. The only cost... Read More. More Events.

REPRESENTATIVE JIM BUCHY
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Dredging in Lake Erie is a Growing Topic of Conversation in Government
 
Of the five great lakes, Lake Erie is the shallowest. As a result, a large portion of the dredging that happens in the Great Lakes takes place in Lake Erie, our great lake in Ohio. Water quality in Lake Erie has been a major topic throughout this General Assembly, and I expect interest to grow in the coming years. In Ohio, the number one channel... Read More. More Opinion.

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dave knapp  
FROM THE OTHER SIDE OF THE EDGE.....
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Pope Paul VI, …from the Grave, ...Comments on our Current, and Ugly, Social Condition
By Joe Facinoli

He died in 1978.    Thirty seven years ago. But he saw something back then, and before he passed on, Pope Paul VI left specific instructions for all the world’s governments, regarding how NOT to “quick fix” social inequalities, …as well as some very good reasons why, this would be... Read More. More Opinion.

RIBBONS FOR STUDENT ATHLETES
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Special Olympics supported by Gettysburg Masonic Lodge

Gettysburg Masonic Lodge #477, represented on the left by Chuck Rue, Worshipful Master  and Keith Hocker, Secretary on the  right are shown after presenting ribbons to student athletes at the May 15 Track and Field Event for Darke Co. Special Olympics... Read More. More Community.
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FROM THE EDITOR... ON THE INSIDE  -  MONDAY, MAY 25, 2015 - MEMORIAL DAY

Editor's Photo: Little Mr. & Miss Yesteryear 2015 are Brayden Barnes and Kymmeri Joslin. For more, check out the story Tuesday. This week's Paul Ackley cartoon has been posted here. New Community Events photo set posted here. Sports photos are updated on a regular basis here. Community: Red Cross offers five key water safety tips. Events: BPW club hosts BBQ. News: Rumpke Holiday Collection and Proper Pool Chemical Disposal. Blogs: After Blocking Out Some Conservatives, House Passes Iran Review Bill. See yesterday's post click here.