COUNTY NEWS ONLINE - MONDAY, MARCH 10, 2014 - ONE PERSON'S ADDICTION
“Please don’t give up on us,” says MonDay resident
By Bob Robinson
DAYTON – “I’ve done everything,” the 30-year-old Bradford resident
said. “It was the heroin that brought me to my knees.” She was living
in Columbus at the time. “My friends were doing it… I started with
them. I got locked up for six months for possession.” Stacey Snyder has
an Assoc. of Applied Science and a Medical Assistant degree. She was
working in the medical field. Following her incarceration she was clean
for two and a half years. During... Read
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DARKE COUNTY CRIME STOPPERS
$10,000 reward sparks renewed interest in double murder
Renewed interest has been sparked in a double murder occurring 17 years
ago by the brother of one of the victims. He hopes bumping a $1,000
reward by the Darke County Crime Stoppers to $10,000 with $9,000 of his
own will bring forth the evidence needed to convict the offender. The
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POULTRY DAYS 2014
Attention Vietnam Era Veterans
If you were in a military uniform from December 22, 1958 to May 1975
the VFW and American Legion would like to invite you to ride in the
parade on Poultry Day June 15 2014. We are working with Poultry Days to
have a section of the parade to welcome Home All our Vietnam Era
Veterans. To get started I will need to have you register, all I
need... Read More. More Events.
GREENVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
GPD annual Community Survey
GREENVILLE – In order to comply with our national accreditation (The
Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. –
Standard 45.2.4), we invite the public to participate in our 2013-2014
Community Survey. Specifically, maintaining our accreditation assists
this department in the following ways: * insures our department meets
up to... Read
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FROM THE OTHER SIDE OF THE EDGE.....
An Open Letter to my Cousin, ….Who Thinks I’m a Bigot and a Racist
By Joe Facinoli
On March 1 of this year, my dear cousin, who has been receiving my
weekly columns for the past six months, by way of my personal email
list, decided that he needed to be removed from that list, saying:
“Please remove my name from the list of vacuous recipients who choose
to endure these incessant... Read
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MOVIN' UP THE LADDER
Second National Bank announces two promotions
GREENVILLE, Ohio –Second National Bank (SNB) announced that Joy Greer
was recently promoted to vice president and H.B. Hole has been named
branch manager at the bank’s Third & Walnut office in Greenville.
As part of her promotion, Greer will assume responsibilities as the... Read
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GREENVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY
Quilting at the Library
The Towne Squares Quilt Club will be in the Greenville Public Library
on Saturday March 15th with displays and demonstrations from 9:00 to
3:00. Come in and enjoy the beautiful quilts and watch the
quilters in their work. It’s a great opportunity to ask questions
about quilting and about the Club. The Club was formed over 30 years
ago by Linda McGlothin and her late mother Leola... Read
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THE EDITOR... ON THE INSIDE - MONDAY, MARCH 10, 2014
Photo: Greenville East School's "Jump Rope for Your Hearth" week is about healthy hearts. For
more information, see the full story Tuesday.
cartoon has been posted here.
Favorite Sports Photos: New pics posted Feb. 9, 2014. Classifieds:
New listings posted on a regular basis. Events:
Edison hosts college fair at Darke County campus, Celebrate St. Paddy's
Day with DCCA, music and craft beer, CBC celebrates St. Patrick’s Day
with donor T-shirt, "Building Blocks I" parenting classes planned.News: Husted rules Libertarian candidates not eligible for May primary. Sports: Softball registration dates set. Blogs: The Sneaky Way Three States Are Getting Around a New Food Stamp Reform. Obituaries: Lester L. Rehmert.Yesterday's
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