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Lady Wave duo throws a no-hitter - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE – Greenville’s Ally Russell and Allison Minnich combined to throw a no-hitter against Trotwood-Madison on Monday. The Greenville softball team beat Trotwood 11-0 in a five inning run rule. Russell pitched the first three innings of the ...
Firemen promoted to Captain - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE - Two new captains of the Greenville Fire Department (GFD) were sworn in Monday morning in Greenville City Council Chambers by Greenville Mayor Michael Bowers. Sworn in were Lt. Shawn Brandenburg, a 16-year veteran of the GFD and a lieutenant ...
Charitable giving tips following earthquake in Nepal - The Daily Advocate
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today offered charitable giving tips in the wake of the Nepal earthquake that has killed thousands. “Our hearts go out to all those affected by the tragic earthquake in Nepal,” Attorney General ...
Portman uses Ohio job losses in Web ad against Strickland - The Daily Advocate
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Republican U.S. Sen. Rob Portman is reaching back to a familiar topic in his likely 2016 faceoff with Ohio’s former governor: jobs. In a Web ad released Monday, Portman’s campaign hammers Democrat Ted Strickland over the heavy job ...
Bradford JV team defeats Ansonia - The Daily Advocate
ANSONIA – Bradford’s junior varsity baseball team beat Ansonia 23-9 on Saturday. Both teams scored a run in the second inning. Bradford scored another run in the top of the fourth, and Ansonia scored four in the bottom half of the inning to put the ...
BWC recognizes Darke County employers for excellence in workplace safety - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE - The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) has recognized nine Darke County employers for keeping their employees safe on the job. The employers received BWC’s Special Award for Safety during the annual awards ceremony of the Darke ...
Lady Wave remain No. 2 in state - The Daily Advocate
COLUMBUS – The Greenville softball team remained No. 2 in the Division II state rankings in the second Ohio High School Softball Coaches Association poll of the 2015 season. Greenville remained behind Hebron Lakewood in the Division II rankings but did ...
Versailles slips in state poll - The Daily Advocate
COLUMBUS – The Versailles baseball team fell eight spots but still is ranked in the latest Ohio High School Baseball Coaches Association state rankings. In the second weekly poll of the 2015 season, Versailles fell from 18th to 26th in the Division III ...
Bradford announces schedule changes - The Daily Advocate
BRADFORD – Bradford has added a junior varsity softball game vs. Newton at 5 p.m. Tuesday in Bradford to its schedule. Additionally, Arcanum vs. Bradford junior varsity softball on Friday is canceled.
Greenville track teams win 3-team meet - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE – The Greenville boys and girls track and field teams beat Sidney and Wayne in a three-team meet on Thursday in Greenville. Greenville won the boys portion of the meet with 84 points, Sidney finished second with 66, and Wayne finished third ...
Polling places set for Special Election - The Daily Advocate
DARKE COUNTY — The Darke County Board of Elections announces the following polling places will be open for the Special Election to be held May 5. Ansonia Local School District and Versailles Village are the only issues on the ballot this election.
Trial set to begin for former bar owner - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE - Opening statements for the trial of Klint Kuck, a former New Madison bar owner of Backroads Bar & Grill is set to begin at 1:15 p.m. Kuck is charged with two counts or Rape, one count of Kidnapping and two counts of selling or providing ...
Tri-Village baseball defeats Bethel 9-1 - The Daily Advocate
NEW MADISON – The Tri-Village baseball team beat Bethel 9-1 in a Cross County Conference game on Friday. Tri-Village took an early lead with a run in the bottom half of the second inning and then added four runs in the fourth and three in the fifth to go ...
Montessori students volunteer at the parks - The Daily Advocate
GREENVILLE — Spring is a wonderful time to complete service projects within the community. With the grass starting to turn green, some of the trees and bushes are starting to bud. It makes everyone want to be outdoors to enjoy the beautiful weather.
Turkey Trot raises funds for Hospice - The Daily Advocate
DARKE COUNTY — The eighth annual Cooper Farms annual Turkey Trot was held Nov. 1 and raised $1,000 for State of the Heart Hospice. Over the last eight years, the annual run has raised $19,000 for the nonprofit agency which has offices in Coldwater ...