DARKE COUNTY — For most Darke County schools, the implementation of the College Credit Plus (CCP) program won't be too difficult next year, and it will make available more options for students' educations.
VERSAILLES — After 24 1/2 years as treasurer of Versailles Exempted Village Schools, Alan Barga has decided it's time to retire.His retirement takes effect April 30.
GREENVILLE - Marilyn Robbins, a.k.a. “Garst's Annie Oakley” was recently presented the Heritage Award, and truly epitomizes it, said museum personnel.
DARKE COUNTY — Three school nurses from Darke County attended the 42nd annual Conference of the Ohio Association of School Nurses in Columbus at the end of February.
DARKE COUNTY - Bowl for Kids Sake 2015 generated $37,000 for the local Big Brothers Big Sisters program.
GREENVILLE — A Night in Hollywood – Now Is The Time tickets are on sale, the Special Olympians are practicing,
GREENVILLE — FAME (Financial Assistance for Medical Emergencies), along with the Greenville Elks, is sponsoring two summer speech clinics for preschool and school age children with speech impairments.
GREENVILLE — J.R. Price doesn't talk much about his work unless he is mentioning his orchestra students.
GREENVILLE — The Greenville Career Tech Center Automotive Technology Presenting Team took the championship title in this year's 2015 Techprep Showcase.
GREENVILLE — Greenville City Schools instrumental music program will hold its annual Instrumental Music Festival from Thursday, April 16, from 6 to 9 p.m. in the Greenville Senior High School gymnasium.
Tami, a young single mother who wanted a better life for herself and her child, was attending community college to obtain her nursing degree. Only one thing stood in her way: my Introduction to Psychology course.
ARCANUM - The Arcanum Public Library has several activities planned for April.
GREENVILLE – The Darke County Visitors Bureau announces partnership with the Greenville High School Career Tech Hospitality Program to offer an internship to a high school senior.
ARCANUM — Franklin Monroe High School hosted the District 5 Ag Mechanics Skills contest recently.The contest is designed for students to demonstrate their agricultural mechanics skills.
GREENVILLE - Greenville Mayor Mike Bowers put his signature to a proclamation Tuesday morning proclaiming April 12-18 as the Week of the Young Child™, with representatives from DeColores Montessori, Anthony Wayne, EUM, St. Mary's, Workshop...
ARCANUM — There is preschool excitement at Arcanum Early Learning Center.“Come join us in the fun of learning,” said a spokesperson.
ARCANUM — Arcanum Schools recently sent four teams to compete at the regional Destination Imagination tournament in Jackson Center, with two teams placing first in their challenges and advancing to the state finals. Destination Imagination is a...
ARCANUM — The Arcanum High School Drama Department will be presenting “The Villain Wore a Dirty Shirt..or….Always Wash Your Long Johns 'Cause it Makes a Lotta Cents” by Tim Kelly and produced with special arrangement with...
Many sixth grade students aren't thinking about graduation and beyond. However as adults, one of our responsibilities is to lead them in a direction that will prepare them for the best possible future. This involves early planning and guidance...
Luke Swensen earned second-place honors in a statewide poster contest on the topic of “renewable energy,” sponsored by the Ohio Farmers' Union. He is pictured with East Elementary School art teacher Patrick Woehl, who introduced...
Honor rollSixth grade: Allviyah Boggs 4.0, Samantha Brewer 4.0, Justin Bryan 4.0, Emma Canan 4.0, Olivia Daugherty 4.0, Abby Gade 4.0, Kendall Hill 4.0, Skipp Miller 4.0, Taven Leach, Maggie Manuel,...
High honors (4.01-5.0)Seniors: Kelsey Anderson, Evan Diemler, Joseph Flayler, Brandon Fourman, Samantha Johnting, Trent Jones, Jacob Kauffman, Morgan McKinney, Amanda...
DARKE COUNTY - High school graduation rates in the United States continue to rise, according to a study by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).
COLUMBUS, Ohio - A Sidney businessman has been appointed to the Edison State Community College Board of Trustees.Gov. John Kasich appointed Gary Heitmeyer to the board on March 10. His appointment will end Jan. 17, 2021.
GREENVILLE — It's auction time again so mark calendars for April 11 and join those from St. Mary's School at Paws Bingo Hall on Martin Street.