GREENVILLE – The family of 1997 murder victim Dennis Young are hoping that a $10,000 cash reward will entice someone to finally offer the information needed to resolve the case and bring a suspect to justice.The Young family has made it public that they will add $9,000 to the recently published amount of $1,000 being offered by the Darke County Crime Stoppers.In February the Darke County Crime Stoppers re-launched the cash reward offer for the 17-year-old unsolved double murder in hopes that someone will finally give investigators the information needed to make an arrest. Since the new reward information went public, hundreds of comments have been posted online and has breathed new life into the community’s interest in the case.
GREENVILLE - Dave Knapp Ford Lincoln is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year and what an impact it has made on the Darke County community those past two decades!For the milestone celebration, Knapp’s has everything marked “very low,” with all vehicles clearly marked with the special anniversary logo.“We’re absolutely glad to be in this location,” said Knapp, who is located on Wagner Avenue. “It’s not necessary for you...
GREENVILLE - The Daily Advocate recently hosted a Cutest Pet Contest, sponsored by Keller Grain and Feed, and the winner is in! Donna Kemp, a local business owner, and her dog Prissy, a member of the family for nearly 13 years, came in first place out of 207 entries, gaining 316 votes.
GREENVILLE - The fourth and final co-defendant from a February 2013 meth lab bust was sentenced Thursday afternoon in the Darke County Common Pleas Court.Tracy D. McCarty, 43, was given a 12-month sentence after pleading guilty in January to a single count of Illegal Assembly or Possession of Chemicals for the Manufacture of Drugs (Methamphetamine), a felony of the third degree.Her co-defendants, Joseph King, Edward Dingman, Jr. and Jacob Hart were all convicted on the s...
DARKE COUNTY - The Darke County Agricultural Society met on Wednesday for its monthly regular session where board members discussed future plans for the Dairy and Beef Barns and planned on new legislation.Early in the meeting, Greenville Fire Department Assistant Chief David McDermitt provided an update on the ongoing fire investigation despite ongoing delays caused by weather.According to McDermitt, letters of interest were sent out to all interested parties urging for ...
GREENVILLE - Keeping people safe is Greenville Township Rescue’s job, but they’re going above and beyond, helping parents and other caregivers keep their smallest passengers safe as they travel where they need to go.Mark Dodson, Greenville Township Rescue, said the Carseat Safety Program is aimed at informing parents, grandparents, and other caregivers of children less than 4 feet 9 inches tall, or under 8 years old, how to safely transport their “precious cargo.&...
GREENVILLE - The Greenville Athletic Boosters are excited to announce that a team of local businessmen have joined forces to replace the recently decommissioned cannon with a new custom designed cannon that will be manufactured locally. The Athletic Boosters Board and members voted during the February meeting to move ahead with this project and for fundraising to begin immediately.
DARKE COUNTY - The Darke County Commissioners finalized an ongoing agreement with the City of Greenville on Wednesday, ushering in a new level of cooperation between the two governments.Darke County Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Margaret Hayes and Greenville Law Director Eric Brand attended this week’s regular session to discuss a pre-annexation agreement between the Darke County Commissioners and City of Greenville in providing water and sanitary services to the Darke Count...
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