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COUNTY NEWS ONLINE - THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 2014 - BLUE BAG MEDIA

Fries outlines construction schedule, renewal levy
By Bob Robinson

GREENVILLE – “I want to emphasize… no new taxes.” Greenville City Schools Superintendent Doug Fries explained the district’s May 6 renewal levy, plus gave an update on construction work, to Kiwanis of Greenville members and guests April 9. “This levy was first supported by district voters in 1989 and has continued success every five years since then,” he said. He repeated ‘no new taxes.’ He told the group the levy will generate about $500,000 annual income and... Read More. More Community.

   
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GREAT DARKE COUNTY FAIRBOARD
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Fairboard has regained possession of fire area

The Directors for the Great Darke County Fair are pleased to announce that the fire investigation team and all outside, interested parties attended a joint evidence exam session on Monday, April 14, 2014 at 10:00am regarding the December 27, 2013 fire loss. As a result of that session, the Fairboard has regained possession of the area, allowing the Fairboard...
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GREENVILLE CAREER TECH CENTER
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Greenville Auto Tech
hits Gold again


The Greenville Career Tech Center Automotive Technology Presenting Team consisting of Rachael Mann, Joey Wapplehorst, and Kelsey McClure won the Gold Medal in Transportation Pathway at the State Skills USA competition in Columbus, Ohio on April 16, 2014.  The team will advance to the National Competition to be held in Kansas City, Missouri on...
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HISTORIC BEAR'S MILL
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Art at the Mill features unique photos and
blown glass


The work of Cedarville, Ohio glass blower Jim DeLange and unique digital photographs produced by a method artist Doug McLarty calls “scanography” will be displayed at historic Bear's Mill during the month of May. The show opens Friday, April 25; however, the artists' reception will not occur until one week later on Friday... Read More. More Events.

THE HILL
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High court to decide fate of renegade television service
By Julian Hattem

The Supreme Court is primed to make a decision on copyright law that could change the way people receive broadcast television. Broadcasters are fighting to stop the tech service Aereo, arguing it operates illegally and undermines their business. They say allowing the service to continue could spell the end of free, over-the-air... Read More. More News.

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DAYTON BUSINESS JOURNAL
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Dayton TV station
calls for auditions for local reality show

by Olivia Barrow

Dayton’s CW is launching a reality show about local high school graduates preparing for the next step in their lives. WBDT-TV will begin airing the show, called The Valley, this fall after following five high school graduates throughout their summers. “We’re excited to... Read More. More Opinion.

HERITAGE FOUNDATION
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What's Actually Good
for the Environment
May Surprise You

by Amy Payne

Good news for Earth Day: We can boost energy production and economic growth without harming the environment! Thanks to years of empty promises from the Left, politicians in Congress and the White House have installed all sorts of harmful policies that block energy production, jobs, and... Read More. More Blogs.
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FROM THE EDITOR... ON THE INSIDE  - THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 2014

Editor's Photo: Mainstreet Greenville‘s schedule for Historic Preservation Month is impressive. The month of May is designated as such and Darke County abounds with interesting, beautiful, and significant historic places worthy of preservation and discovery. One such place is the Greenville Public Library. Find out more about the library's plans for First Friday tomorrow. This week's Paul Ackley cartoon has been posted here. Favorite Sports Photos: New pics posted Feb. 9, 2014. Find them here. Classifieds: New listings posted on a regular basis. Blogs: Five Ways Obama's Foreign Policies Have Failed. News: Ohio and U.S. Employment Situation. Obituaries: Norma E. Eby. Yesterday's Home Page Click Here


 
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