Union City offers student law enforcement course
Top 4 youth honored at Great Darke County Fair
Greenville football team soars to victory at Eaton
Ansonia defeats Newton to win the Greenville Federal Volleyball Invitational
Versailles’ Joe Spitzer wins Bob Schul Invitational at Milton-Union
- 4 fair board directors reelected - 8:18 pm
- Two people airlifted after head-on accident - 6:21 pm
- Union City offers student law enforcement course - 3:45 pm
- Top 4 youth honored at Great Darke County Fair - 3:44 pm updated: 5:43 pm.
- Ohio Voter information available on app - 3:26 pm
- Fine Arts Department celebrates 40th at Darke County Fair - 6:15 am
- New Madison Fire Dept. receives grant - 1:42 am
- Attorney General warns of storm-chaser scams following severe weather - 6:33 pm
- Steel Expressions is coming to St. Paul Lutheran Church - 11:59 am
- Time to Revive party set in Greenville park - 9:58 am
- Back to school just around the corner - 6:16 am
- Accidental overdoses killed 8 people a day in Ohio last year - 4:23 am
- Stormy weather prompts fair board to look at safety plan - 5:58 pm
- Ohio aims to curb overdose deaths through varied strategies - 4:46 pm
- A free ride - 4:27 pm
- Young man realizes dream at Darke County Fair - 4:12 pm
- County approves permissive tax - 4:02 pm
- Large amounts of Meth found during traffic stop - 4:01 pm
- Independent presidential candidates qualify for ballot - 3:16 pm
- iBook promotes Ohio’s role in presidential elections - 3:09 pm
- Appeals court: Week of early voting shouldn’t return to Ohio - 6:53 pm
- Whirlpool breaks ground on expansion - 6:38 pm
- Little Mister and Little Miss winners announced - 5:15 pm
- Dog Committee continues to raise funds for new barn - 8:24 pm
- Chicago plays for a sold-out crowd - 8:15 pm
- Thomas this year’s oldest Great Darke County Fair-goer - 7:50 pm
- EF0 tornado confirmed in county - 7:46 pm
- Pair sentenced to prison for theft from legendary golfer - 6:42 pm
- Bovine Tuberculosis detected in Indiana - 6:37 pm
- Grand Jury activity report - 6:14 pm
- WSU-Lake Campus receives $75,000 - 5:11 pm
- Farm destroyed by tornado - 6:14 pm
- School board tours K-8 building - 1:46 pm
- Ohio Turnpike may see self-driving testing - 12:21 pm
- Silent auction to benefit theater - 10:51 am
- 2 airlifted after rollover accident - 10:42 am
- Veterans honored at fair opening - 9:25 am
- Arcanum-Butler Schools announce opening information - 4:08 pm
- Davis travels rodeo circuit in search of scholarship - 1:18 am
- Union City businessman worked well with others in his employ - 8:50 pm
- Suspects arrested for fairground thefts - 5:29 pm
- Lamb scholarship to be awarded - 5:22 pm
- 160th Darke County Fair opens - 11:38 am
- Swine Flu at fair a concern? - 10:02 am
- M-V opening doors Aug. 30 - 9:42 am
- Covington council considering medical pot moratorium - 10:00 pm updated: 10:00 pm.
- Rabbit entries up at Great Darke County Fair - 8:58 pm
- Over 200 endangered salamanders to be released in Ohio - 8:10 pm
- Chicken Kitchen closes its doors - 5:05 pm
- Church hosting a used shoe drive - 3:43 pm
Time to Revive party set in Greenville park
GREENVILLE — Time to Revive and local Darke County leadership is inviting the community to come together on Saturday, Aug. 27, to celebrate all ...
Accidental overdoses killed 8 people a day in Ohio last year
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Accidental drug overdoses killed 3,050 people in Ohio last year, an average of eight per day, as deaths blamed on the powerful ...
Stormy weather prompts fair board to look at safety plan
GREENVILLE — This week’s turbulent weather has kept people on alert, with the Darke County fair board being no exception.The weather has c...
Ohio aims to curb overdose deaths through varied strategies
COLUMBUS (AP)— Officials from Ohio’s health, addiction and public safety agencies and its pharmacy board hope to curb the epidemic of drug...
A free ride
Jalen Claywell picks out which bike he wants at the free bike giveaway at the Darke County Fair. He’s seen here with Fairboard Director Dean Nef...
Bradford football team loses season opener to New Bremen
BRADFORD – Bradford started off the 2016 football season with a 37-13 loss to Midwest Athletic Conference member New Bremen.“I’ve go...
Ansonia football loses season opener to Africentric Early College
COLUMBUS – The Ansonia football team started the 2016 season with a loss to Africentric Early College on Friday night in Columbus.Africentric to...
Greenville junior high girls tennis loses season opener
GREENVILLE – Greenville’s junior high girls tennis team lost 3-2 to Springboro on Saturday.Emma Haupt won in third singles while Sarah McD...
Greenville girls tennis team sweeps West Carrollton
WEST CARROLLTON – The Greenville girls tennis team swept West Carrollton 5-0 in straight sets on Thursday.Natalie Milligan beat Maddie Mills in ...
Versailles football team comes from behind to defeat Celina
CELINA – The Versailles Tigers opened the season with a 13-7 come-from-behind victory on Friday night in Celina.The Tigers trailed 7-0 at the ha...
Versailles football team defeats Celina
DARKE COUNTY – Versailles beat Celina 13-7 while other Darke County football games were postponed because of storms.Ansonia lost 32-24 to Africe...
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Fair board director election Thursday
GREENVILLE — The 2016 Darke County Agricultural Society Board of Director Election will be held Thursday, Aug. 25 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the R...
Center receives $35K donation
BURKETTSVILLE — The Courage to Live Foundation recently presented a check in the amount of $35,000 to the Center For Neurological Development in...
DeWine offers charitable giving tips following Louisiana flooding
COLUMBUS — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine offered advice to help Ohioans make wise charitable contributions and avoid scams following the dev...
Kisers celebrating 50th Saturday
GREENVILLE — William “Bill” Eli and Mabel Susan Vere (Minnich) Kiser of Greenville will be celebrating their golden anniversary on A...
Back to School Coloring Contest winners
The Back to School Coloring Contest Winners visited the office of The Daily Advocate Thursday to collect their rewards. From left, second-place winner...
Rolling out online voter registration
This past spring the General Assembly was hard at work writing a bill to create an online voter registration system. This legislation was extremely im...
Sweet & Sassy: Fair’s all about making friends
It’s the end of another Great Darke County Fair, the nine-day festival where you meet old friends and make new ones.That’s where Dad met M...
Versailles News: Politics and insanity
A blonde and brunette are watching the news.The blonde says to the brunette, “I bet you $100 that the man won’t jump off the building.R...
DCCA News: School days, school days
As September approaches, students across Darke County and the nation return to school, providing bittersweet moments for parents and youngsters alike....
Hope across Ohio
For the last three years I have worked on legislation to transform the federal government’s response to the heroin and opioid addiction epidemic...
Welcome to the 2016-2017 school year
Welcome to the 2016-2017 school year. Our administration and staff are eager to begin another year with the students, parents, grandparents, and commu...
Vectren to deploy automated meter reading
DAYTON — Starting this month, Vectren Energy Delivery of Ohio (Vectren) will launch a 15-month plan to install Automated Meter Reading (AMR) dev...
Y named ‘Best Daycare Center’
GREENVILLE — The YMCA of Darke County would like to thank The Daily Advocate and the readers of Darke County for voting the Y “Best Daycar...
Family Health moves Behavioral Health and Wellness Department
GREENVILLE — Family Health is temporarily relocating its Behavioral Health and Wellness Department.“Due to its remarkable growth in servic...
Business opens at -260°F
DAYTON — Sidney native Mark Miller, of Versailles, says he’s a tropical kind of guy. That’s why he hasn’t yet visited the home...
Local Co. coloring light bulbs to honor America’s vets
GREENVILLE — Coloring, packaging and shipping 4 million light bulbs in less than five months’ time is a huge undertaking, but it’s a...