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Gardenwood/Rhoades project begins soon - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE — Residents in the area of Gardenwood Drive and Rhoades Avenue should prepare themselves for the sound of jackhammers, the smell of asphalt and the sight of orange cones. The City of Greenville will commence its Gardenwood/Rhoades ...
Prescott named Farmer of Year - The Daily Advocate
UNION CITY, Ind. — Named 2015’s Farmer of the Year at the kick-off luncheon for State Line Heritage Days (SLHD) on Wednesday was Kurt Prescott. Prescott was presented the award from John Fraze, who traditionally hands out the award from year to year.
Rescue me - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE — Bark Animal Rescue Inc. has just passed its first birthday and so far it has saved the lives of 75 dogs, dozens of cats, and even a few chickens, snakes, birds, reptiles, rodents, a chinchilla and a pot-bellied pig. The organization is ...
Four declare commission candidacy - The Daily Advocate
DARKE COUNTY — Four people have declared themselves candidates for the Darke County Board of Commissioners’ race for 2016. Three candidates — Republicans Matt Aultman and Fred Dean, as well as Democrat Leon Rogers — will run for the seat currently ...
Stammen nominated for service award - The Daily Advocate
Washington Nationals pitcher Craig Stammen, a Versailles High School graduate, is a nominee for the 2015 Bob Feller Act of Valor Award. WASHINGTON – Versailles High School alumnus Craig Stammen, a pitcher for the Washington Nationals, is a nominee for ...
Edison president joins AACC Board of Directors in DC - The Daily Advocate
PIQUA, Ohio – Recently accepting appointment to serve on the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) Board of Directors, Edison President Dr. Doreen Larson made her first trip to Washington, D.C. to join colleagues from across the nation.
Fundraiser exceeds expectations - The Daily Advocate
Greenville unveiled its jerseys for the upcoming football season at its golf outing and hog roast fundraiser on Saturday. GREENVILLE – The Greenville football team exceeded expectations when it hosted its golf outing and hog roast fundraiser on Saturday ...
On and ‘Bout Broadway – August - The Daily Advocate
Aug. 3- The Greenville High School (GHS) Class of 1953 monthly lunch at 11 a.m at the M and M Diner, which is located at the Palace on Fifth Street. Aug. 4- the GHS Class of 1949 monthly lunch will be held at 11:30 a.m. at the Fairlawn on Sweitzer Street.
Police log - The Daily Advocate
-10:44 a.m.: theft. Police responded to a residence in the 300 block of Oxford Drive on a report of audio equipment stolen from a car. -6:54 a.m.: vandalism. Five vehicles were found to have their tires punctured in the 200 block of Euclid Avenue ...
Veterans trip - The Daily Advocate
Shelby County Vets to DC Planning 11th Trip – September 18-20, 2015 If you have not yet visited your memorial in Washington, DC, we want you to send in your application … NOW. The July 31 cutoff date is quickly approaching. We have room for some more ...
How can we survive the veto? - The Daily Advocate
These centers house the most critical and vulnerable. Development of Developmental Disabilities (DODD) John Martin and his hand-picked collaborators have a push to get every Developmental Center closed and those residents can live in the community and work.
Livingston named IU East Female Athlete of the Year - The Daily Advocate
Mississinawa Valley graduate Mallory Livingston was named the Indiana University East Female Athlete of the Year for the 2014-15 school year. RICHMOND, Ind. – Add another award to Mallory Livingston’s growing list of achievements. Livingston was chosen ...
Brothers have violent domestic dispute - The Daily Advocate
BRADFORD — A violent domestic dispute between brothers led to injuries and charges Tuesday. Deputies were called to 130 West Smithfield Road in the village around 10:16 p.m. on the report of a domestic dispute. They arrived on the scene to find Ron ...
The Amish Cook - The Daily Advocate
I wanted to step in this week to give Gloria a “summer break” and, more important, to thank readers for welcoming Gloria into your homes and lives over the past year. Gloria has been sharing with us now for a full year. How did 12 months slip by so ...
Medicare turns 50 - The Daily Advocate
Fifty years ago this week, aging in America was forever changed for the better. At the Truman Library in Independence, Missouri, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed a new law creating Medicare and Medicaid. Sitting beside him was former President Harry ...