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PATRICIA HARRISON - The Daily Advocate
EUGENE, Ore.— On Thursday, Jan. 29, Patricia (Armacost) Harrison left this earth for her heavenly home. Patricia was born Jan. 24, 1923, in Greenville, Ohio, to William Jesse and Cecil (Hufnagle) Armacost. She graduated from Greenville High School in 1940.
Tri-Village schedules its 1st 50/50 ball drop - The Daily Advocate
NEW MADISON — Tri-Village will begin to sell tickets for its first ever ball drop during tonight’s boys basketball game against Miami East. After fans buy a ticket, that ticket number will be put on a ball. Organizers will suspend the balls from the ...
Greenville junior high goes 1-1 in matches - The Daily Advocate
TROY — Greenville’s junior high wrestling team beat Springfield 48-42 but lost to Troy 33-45 in the Troy Double Dual. Leading the way for the Wave was Dean Hurd with two wins by pin, Andrew Stachler also with two wins, Nathaniel Anthony, Jacob Mikesell ...
Water aquatics - The Daily Advocate
There have been many great changes at our local YMCA. Now Y members can utilize any YMCA in Ohio making it easier for those traveling or perhaps working in another town. The membership rates have been reduced, additional equipment has been added, and the ...
The thrill of discovery - The Daily Advocate
Being among the first to discover new and interesting musical groups can be not only enlightening, but also a lot of fun. So, I was thrilled when I learned that Darke County Center for the Arts had booked Tall Heights for a gig at Montage Cafe on Thursday ...
Pohlman manages office, directs plays - The Daily Advocate
VERSAILLES — Therese Pohlman recently celebrated her 30th year at Versailles Health Care Center (VHCC). She started out as office manager and maintains that position today. “I was hired in October 1984,” said Pohlman, the former Therese Doenges of ...
Darke County’s winter sports statistical leaders - The Daily Advocate
Kyle Ahrens, Versailles: 28.5 Clay Guillozet, Greenville: 20.8 Damion Cook, TV: 20.4 Colton Linkous, TV: 18.0 Conner Pohl, Arcanum: 16.5 Dalton Rinderle, MV: 13.2 Jace Barga, Versailles: 12.1 Aaron Balsbaugh, Greenville: 11.3 Justin Ahrens, Versailles: 10 ...
Special exhibit coming to Versailles museum - The Daily Advocate
VERSAILLES — Midmark Corp. is thrilled to be celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. In part, it will be celebrated in the form of an exhibit to open Feb. 8 at the Versailles Area Historical Museum. The display will include artifacts, photos and ...
2015 appropriations and case load - The Daily Advocate
Our nation’s Founding Fathers understood the importance of three independent branches of government. At the county level, the courts are the only independent branch since the legislative and executive functions are mostly vested in the Board of ...
Versailles football team earns academic all-Ohio accolades - The Daily Advocate
VERSAILLES — The Versailles football team was one of 83 teams from across the state to earn Academic All-Ohio honors for the 2014 season from the Ohio High School Football Coaches Association. Out of the 715 schools with football teams in Ohio ...
Versailles’ Ahrens bypassed for McDonald’s All-American Game - The Daily Advocate
VERSAILLES — Versailles senior Kyle Ahrens was not one of the 24 high school boys basketball players selected to play in the McDonald’s All-American Game. Ahrens was one of nine Ohio seniors nominated for the all-American game earlier this month.
Wave wrestling falls to Eaton - The Daily Advocate
EATON — The Greenville wrestling team was eliminated in the first round of the regional quarterfinal dual team tournament, bowing out to No. 2-seeded Eaton by a team score of 68-9 on Wednesday at Eaton High School. The Wave were ranked seventh in their ...
On and ‘Bout Broadway – February - The Daily Advocate
February 2 – Today is the deadline to purchase your Gourmet Dinner Raffle tickets. Tickets are $5 each or 6 for $25. The drawing will be held Feb. 9 and you will be notified. The winner will receive a gourmet dinner for eight and have your food prepared ...
Senate passes bill approving Keystone XL oil pipeline - The Daily Advocate
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Republican-controlled Senate on Thursday approved a bipartisan bill to construct the Keystone XL oil pipeline, defying a presidential veto threat and setting up the first of many battles with the White House over energy and the ...
9th Annual Reader’s Choice contest underway - The Daily Advocate
DARKE COUNTY - It’s that time of year again. Time for our readers to vote for who they think are the best businesses and professionals in the county. The voting for the 9th Annual Reader’s Choice Awards is underway online at advocate360.org and will ...