CNO WEEKEND EDITION FOR DECEMBER 7 & 8, 2013 - GHS CAREER TECH CENTER
Lights, Film and Action
The junior and senior Interactive Media (IMTV) students in the Career Tech Center at Greenville Senior High School have been applying their skills to real projects through partnerships with local community clients. One of IMTV’s highlight projects is the production of a promotional show for the Light Foundation’s Darke County Annual Turkey Hunt. IMTV senior, Jake Synder and junior, Isaak Clevenger teamed up with GHS IMTV alumni, Alex Stewart to film, edit and produce the show. This is the third year in a row that IMTV has partnered with the Light Foundation... Read
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GRUMPY SIDE OF 60
Helping a child understand
By Bob Robinson
I wonder if the horses were as cold as I was Saturday night. I had on my flannel shirt, the heaviest overcoat I own… and it was still brutal. I also discovered something in my coat pockets… a child’s broken sunglasses and a weird orange rubber ball covered with tiny rubber spikes. I’d only worn the coat a couple times this year and never had to dig into the pockets for my gloves. This time I... Read
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HER Realtors holds open house
By Bob Robinson
GREENVILLE – HER Realtors held an Open House Nov. 23 at its new office location in the Palace Building, 537 S. Broadway, Suite 202. “We’re excited to be in the Greenville market,” said Robin Banas, District Sales Manager for the Darke, Shelby and Miami County areas. She added they’d been... Read More. More Community.
A Holiday Offering
By Hope Louise Edwards Wills
READY FOR FALL IN THE FARMHOUSE Summer was winding down. It was almost fall. Fall on the farm was never dull. The farmhouse was in a real tizzy. Fruits and veggies to can kept Fannie Farmer slightly dizzy. Some things would be frozen as well, Warm peach pie was a favorite of the Farmer in the Dell. On a cold winter night he would ask, oh so nice, For just another little slice. Fannie thought blueberry... Read
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EXPERT OFFERS FARM BILL UPDATE
Economist Analyzes Farm Bill to Kick Off Ag Policy and Outlook Series
As negotiations on the farm bill have adjourned until after a congressional recess, major differences still exist in the House and Senate versions of the bill, including several provisions in crop safety net programs, an economist at Ohio State’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences said. Carl... Read
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MUSINGS OF A SENIOR SCRIBE
A Time For...
By Mona Lease
Hi, all! I've been reading, from various sources, about the insurance problems. And, it's curious to me - we are all saying the same thing. There are people who have said that they had a "near death experience." They survived and are going to spend this "new lease on life" doing worthwhile things - in some cases this has to do with advocating for the upholding of our constitutional rights - again the... Read
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MANUFACTORING PLAN REISSUED
Santorum to Obama: Here's The Economic Plan You Asked For
Verona, PA - Following President Obama's invitation to Republicans yesterday to offer "concrete plans that will actually reduce inequality, build the middle class, provide more ladders of opportunity to the poor," former U.S. Senator and former presidential candidate Rick Santorum re-issued the manufacturing... Read
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THE EDITOR... ON THE INSIDE - SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, & SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2013
Photo: GHS Vocal Music Christmas Concert. See the story Monday for the full story. Paul
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