NEWS ONLINE - MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2014 - LABOR DAY
Arcanum rolls on opening night
Northridge no match
By George Starks
ARCANUM- Located 20 miles east of Columbus, Johnstown Northridge had
one long bus ride home Friday night. It took the Vikings over two hours
to get to Arcanum and after a 38-14 loss (in a game that was never that
close) to the Trojans, it might have seemed like a four hour ride back.
“It’s a great way to start the year,” said... Read
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BLUE BAG MEDIA
GHS Grad holds court in Arizona
GREENVILLE – Dyani Juarez graduated from Greenville High School in
1998. That same year she packed her bags and headed for Casa Grande,
Ariz. She didn’t know what opportunities lay ahead, but according to
her mom and dad, Debbie and Darrell Biddlestone of Greenville, she took
her nickname’s “go-get’em-kid... Read
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HISTORIC BEARS MILL
Watercolors and Wood Sculptures on display
Wood sculptures by Richmond, Indiana resident Tom Bartel will be
displayed alongside the watercolors of Peter Frederick at historic
Bear's Mill during the month of September. The monthly “Art at the
Mill” series features the work of an artist who creates
three-dimensional pieces alongside complementary two dimensional fine
art. The Bartel/Frederick exhibit... Read
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DOWNTOWN GREENVILLE FIRST FRIDAY
Vintage Red Cross Posters on Display First Friday
You are invited to the first Darke County public showing of the rare
Vintage American Red Cross Poster Art. During the Main Street
Greenville’s “First Friday ” event, September 5, the
display will be open to the public from 6 – 8 PM to view this
special exhibit in the Anna Bier Gallery of Memorial Hall. The
Darke County Red Cross, a long-time... Read
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STATE SENATOR BILL BEAGLE
Beagle, Testa Present Check to Local Business
Dayton Body Shop Receives Tax Overpayment Refund
COLUMBUS – State Senator Bill Beagle (R-Tipp City) and Tax Commissioner
Joe Testa today presented a tax refund check to Carl’s Body Shop in
Dayton, an action made possible by Senate Bill 263. “Carl’s Body Shop
is a perfect example of a small business that this legislation aimed to
help; these tax over... Read
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COMMUNITY BLOOD CENTER
Blood drives come during 50th anniversary month
September Blood Donations
DAYTON & Darke County, Ohio – Darke County will have several
community, company, and school blood drives in September. The
blood drive comes during the month when Community Blood Center (CBC)
will celebrate its 50th anniversary as the region’s first blood bank.
Everyone who registers to donate will... Read
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County moving along economically
August means the traditional end of summer, especially now that the
fair is over. Hard to believe schools have started, and harvest time is
not far behind. That also means cold weather is not far behind
either. Aren't we all looking forward to that!... Read
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THE EDITOR... ON THE INSIDE - MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2014 - LABOR DAY
Photo: Lego Event at the Library. Read about it Tuesday. This
cartoon has been posted here.
Favorite Sports Photos: New pics posted July 7, 2014.
Classifieds: New listings posted on a regular basis.Events:
Ag. Breakfast Meeting, Edison collecting goods for troops, ALDI Brings
New Jobs to Greenville, MVCTC 5K Run/Walk Fundraiser Scheduled, VFW
Youth Scholarship Competitions, Audio-essay Competition for grades 9-12.Blogs: Sorry, but Labor Day is a joke.Obituaries: Boyce H. “Chic” Bankson, Jerry L. McConaha, Zoe Ann Stephan, Barbara Ann Berry. To see yesterday's postObituaries: Forest L. Archie.Yesterday's
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