UNION CITY, Ohio - Quite a few points of action were taken Monday night when the Mississinawa Valley Local Board of Education met.
Allison Armstrong, Horse & Rider 4-H Club - Grand Champion Western Horsemanship, PoniesLauren Hartzell (Greenville), Boots & Saddle 4-H - Grand Champion Jr. Western Horsemanship Championship, Horses
DARKE COUNTY - OSU Extension, Darke County, has scheduled a “Building Blocks I” parenting series.
PIQUA - In order to help parents and students through the college selection process, Edison Community College will be hosting its annual College Fair on Monday, Sept. 22, from 12:30 to 2 p.m. in the North Hall at the Piqua Campus.
Lightweight Born & Raised Boer Wether: Grand Champion, Christyana Roberts (Kountry Kids 4-H). Reserve, Jessalyn Besecker (Darke County Rabbit Raisers).
Born and Bred I: First, Taylor Bergman; second, Amber Bergman. Born and Bred II: First, Trenton Prasuhn, second, Macy Dirksen.
Age 18: First, Travis Feitshans (Swine Koolers); second, Kara Jessup (Jackson Friendship): third, Brooke Stebbins (Banner Bound).
NEW MADISON - Tri-Village School hosted a special 9/11 commemoration Thursday morning, inviting fire, rescue and law enforcement personnel to share in the brief program.Principal Lee Morris welcomed those in attendance.
BRADFORD-Children's author and former Columbus Zoo administrator, Dr. John Becker, shared his vast experiences with a captive audience on Tuesday evening at the Bradford Public Library.
BRADFORD- Bradford Exempted Village Schools was evacuated and searched on Thursday morning after a bomb threat was found on a bathroom stall wall, said Superintendent John Stekli.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio's governor has ordered flags flown at half-staff Thursday, the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in the United States.
DARKE COUNTY - The Darke County Sheriff's Office has received numerous reports in the past few days from citizens who have received calls from individuals stating that they are from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The caller further states...
GREENVILLE- The public was invited to catch the first glimpse into American Red Cross History last week during the Main Street Greenville's “First Friday” event.
DARKE COUNTY- On Wednesday, Darke County Commissioners signed a proclamation declaring Sept. 17 -23 to be “Constitutional Week” for all Darke County citizens at the behest of the Fort GreeneVille Chapter of the Daughters of the American...
Police logWEDNESDAY-12:29 a.m.: burglary. Someone entered a residence at 105 N. Franklin Ave. and stole a tablet computer,...
DARKE COUNTY - The Darke County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (EMA) recently obtained a mass casualties response unit.
GREENVILLE - Approximately 60 4-H members were honored prior to the Parade of Champions, that was canceled due to rain, at the Great Darke County Fair.
CHICAGO — Hundreds of children in more than 10 states have been sickened by a severe respiratory illness that public health officials say may be caused by an uncommon virus similar to the germ that causes the common cold.
DARKE COUNTY- The Darke County United Way launched its 67th annual campaign to support its partner programs last week with a Community Kickoff Luncheon at Romer's Catering in Greenville.
GREENVILLE - A ceremonial groundbreaking was held for the new Peafowl facility Thursday evening at the Greenville City Park where construction is expected to begin soon.
DARKE COUNTY - The American Red Cross Darke County Chapter is promoting National Preparedness Month by joining forces with the Darke County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) and Homeland Security to host a Preparedness Walk on Monday.
GREENVILLE - An unofficial count of 300 vehicles lined the streets as well as the Traffic Circle in downtown Greenville on Saturday during the Rolling 50's Classic Inc.'s cruise-in.
DARKE COUNTY - Darke County was well represented at the State and National Plowing competition this year.
GREENVILLE- A Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) documentary that began nearly a year ago has finally come to completion.
VERSAILLES - With mixed feelings Tom Magoto is announcing his retirement from State Farm Insurance on Nov. 30.