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Foureman pleads guilty - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE — A former legal secretary pleaded guilty in Darke County Common Pleas Court Monday morning to stealing from estates administered by her boss’s law firm. Lynette K. Foureman, of Arcanum, will face sentencing Aug. 17 at 9 a.m. after pleading ...
High water woes - The Daily Advocate
DARKE COUNTY — As dramatic high water photos have been flooding the news recently, Darke County, for the most part, has been spared. For the most part. The exception is well known to the people in the area — McFeeley-Petry Road west of State Route 118.
Superintendent contract approved - The Daily Advocate
UNION CITY, Ohio — The Mississinawa Valley Local Board of Education approved a one-year contract with Superintendent Jim Atchley in a shared contract with Ansonia Local School District for the 2015-16 school year. The following co-curricular contracts ...
Senate panel nears vote on measure to block pot from ballot - The Daily Advocate
COLUMBUS, Ohio - An Ohio Senate panel is nearing action on a fast-moving anti-monopoly proposal that could block a marijuana legalization amendment headed for this fall’s ballot. The powerful Rules & Reference Committee, chaired by Senate president Keith ...
Hughes tabbed as CT director - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE — Greenville High School’s Career Tech Center will welcome a new director August 1. Stanley Hughes brings 16 years of teaching and administration experience to the job as he takes over for outgoing director Jon McGreevey, who is moving to a ...
Kasich plans to announce presidential bid in July - The Daily Advocate
COLUMBUS - Gov. John Kasich will announce his presidential intentions during an event at Ohio State University next month, a spokesman for his campaign confirmed late Sunday night. Chris Schrimpf, who has fielded press questions for Kasich’s New Day for ...
Hall of Fame deadline near - The Daily Advocate
COLUMBUS — Don’t miss the chance to honor veterans who have served their communities following military service – the deadline for nominations for the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame Class of 2015 is June 30. The Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame was established ...
Ban against same-sex marriage is lifted - The Daily Advocate
DARKE COUNTY - On Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against Ohio’s ban on same-sex marriage. Gay and lesbian couples already can marry in 36 states and the District of Columbia. The court’s ruling means the remaining 14 states, in the South and ...
Morris Frozen Food Locker issues voluntary recall - The Daily Advocate
Labels include the Morris Frozen Food Locker label, a complete or incomplete ingredient statement, and the facility’s establishment number (Est. 146) inside the Ohio mark of inspection. Products subject to this recall were distributed at Morris Frozen ...
Senate passes legislation to raise awareness of Krabbe disease - The Daily Advocate
COLUMBUS – Senate President Keith Faber (R-Celina) announced the Senate’s passage of legislation to increase awareness for Krabbe disease, an inherited disorder that damages the brain and nervous system. If enacted, House Bill 62 would designate the ...
Annual National Cancer Survivor’s Day Walk held at Chenoweth Trails - The Daily Advocate
DARKE COUNTY - Each year the Cancer Association of Darke County holds a survivor’s walk in conjunction with the National Cancer Survivor’s Day. This year the event was held at the scenic Chenoweth Trails located on Greenville-Nashville Road on June 7.
FCC ruling would allow phone companies to offer services to block robocalls - The Daily Advocate
WASHINGTON – The Federal Communications Commission adopted a decision June 18 requested by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and 38 other attorneys general who petitioned the Commission to make clear that phone companies can offer consumers the ability ...
New teen drivers to see restrictions - The Daily Advocate
DARKE COUNTY — Anyone could be involved in a car accident regardless of age. However, teenagers have the highest odds of getting into an accident. Ohio lawmakers have been battling the problem of inexperienced drivers getting into accidents and have ...
Horse pull returns to reunion - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE — Chris Brewer, as well as fiancee Kendra Stollar and friends Jerry Marker and Marla Blume Werner are bringing the horse pull back to the Darke County Steam Threshers Reunion. It will take place July 4 at York Woods at the southwest corner of ...
Farm Power of the Past - The Daily Advocate
Greenville Mayor Michael C. Bowers, left, presents a proclamation to Von Oswalt, president of Greenville Farm Power, May 13, in honor of the 16th anniversary of Farm Power of the Past, which will be held this year July 9-12. Also accepting the proclamation ...