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Class of 1956 to hold annual picnic - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE — The Greenville High School class of 1956 will hold its annual class picnic at the cabin of Helen and Jim Dull, 3578 Hillgrove-Southern Road, Greenville, on Saturday. Plan to come at 3 p.m. and eat at 5 p.m. Dick Brown will be taking a group ...
Open Air Dance Saturday - The Daily Advocate
NORTH STAR — Friends of North Star is holding an Open Air Dance on Saturday featuring MicStand Band and Renegade. This is a benefit to help raise funds to for the Community Center and Park in North Star. There will also be a 50/50 raffle for Bryan ...
Versailles eyes return trip to playoffs - The Daily Advocate
The 2015 Versailles football team hopes to make the Ohio High School Athletic Association playoffs for a second consecutive year. VERSAILLES – One year after qualifying for the playoffs, the Versailles Tigers are focused on returning to the postseason in ...
Green Wave seek continued improvement - The Daily Advocate
Greenville football coaches and players confer during a break in practice. The Greenville Green Wave hopes to build on last year’s 5-5 season. GREENVILLE — Greenville football head coach Aaron Shaffer hopes his players will get to “ring the bell ...
Versailles boys golf defeats Marion Local - The Daily Advocate
VERSAILLES – The Versailles boys golf team beat Marion Local 174-206 in a Midwest Athletic Conference match on Thursday at Stillwater Valley Golf Club. Versailles’ Kyle Cotner led all golfers with a nine-hole round of 41. Also for the Tigers, Jacob ...
Retreat set this weekend - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE — A summer outing in the woods, Vacation Bible School, campfire and S’mores, worship service in God’s great outdoors! The visions these words bring to mind will be part of the retreat at Chenoweth Trails this weekend, Saturday and Sunday ...
Arcanum sets high expectations for 2015 - The Daily Advocate
The Arcanum football team has big goals for the 2015 season including winning the Cross County Conference championship and qualifying for the Ohio High School Athletic Association playoffs. ARCANUM – With nine starters back on both offense and defense ...
Tri-Village begins 1st football season - The Daily Advocate
Tri-Village will play its first season of high school football this year with the Patriots playing a junior varsity schedule. NEW MADISON – Tri-Village is riding high over the last year with the success of its basketball team winning the Division IV Ohio ...
Ansonia enters 2015 with a young roster - The Daily Advocate
The Ansonia football team has just three juniors and three seniors among its 28 players this season. ANSONIA – With just three seniors and three juniors, the Ansonia football team will have to rely on its underclassmen a lot this season. The Ansonia ...
Bradford returns to Friday nights - The Daily Advocate
The Bradford football team will return to varsity football on Friday nights this fall after playing a junior varsity schedule in 2014. BRADFORD — The poster on the wall in Bradford football coach’s Nathan Hyatt says it all. “We’re Back on Friday ...
MV starts anew under new staff - The Daily Advocate
The Mississinawa Valley football team returns to the gridiron under new Blackhawk head coach Pat Baker. UNION CITY – A new era of football is about to begin at Mississinawa Valley. Gone is veteran coach Jonny Graher, who leaves behind a few significant ...
Arcanum volleyball loses season opener - The Daily Advocate
ARCANUM – The Arcanum volleyball team lost its season opener in four sets to Houston Thursday night, 25-22, 25-17, 17-25, 25-20. Shai Robinson led Arcanum with 14 kills in the match, Brittany Kinney had 14 assists, Emily Miller had 14 digs, and Rebecca ...
Mississinawa golf falls to Covington - The Daily Advocate
PIQUA – The Mississinawa Valley golf team lost a Cross County Conference match 180-210 to Covington on Thursday at Echo Hill Golf Course. Josh Rehmert led Mississinawa Valley with a nine-hole round of 43. Also for the Blackhawks, Joe Teeter shot a 54 ...
McNelly excited about 4-H - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE — Joy McNelly was one of the familiar faces in the Youth Building this year during the revues of 4-Hers. The rural Pitsburg woman also judged foods at the county judging for state fair competition last month. She herself was a 4-H member.
Clinton likens GOP’s views on women to those of terrorists - The Daily Advocate
CLEVELAND – Hillary Rodham Clinton on Thursday drew parallels between terrorist organizations and the field of Republican candidates for president when it comes to their views on women, telling an Ohio audience her potential GOP rivals were pushing ...