Archive for October, 2009
>Ansonia ends the regular season undefeated at 10-0.
Bradford 14, Bethel 49
Mississinawa at Covington
Parkway 8, Versailles 48
Ansonia 12, Miami East 7 (Ansonia won, but that score may be wrong, conflicting info)
Arcanum 30, Tri-County North 36
New Richmond 14, Greenville 13
[thanks to the commenters for the missing scores]
>Which means he will become the Chairman of the Agriculture Committee after the November 2010 election.
Update … This message from the village administrator: The boil advisory is for water customers on West George Street between Jones Street and North Main. The Village will take 3 water samples Saturday morning and take them to a lab in Dublin, OH. The Lab will test the water for bacteria. If all three samples come back negative for bacteria the boil advisory can be lifted. The Village will find out the official results early Monday morning and notification will be given to lift the boil avisory if Saturday’s test is negative. If any one of the three tests come back positive for bacteria, the boil advisory will remain in effect. The Village will use the county 911 reverse calling feature and other local media outlets to notify customers of any changes.
>Brethren Retirement Community invites you to the 41st Annual Bazaar and Bake Sale on Saturday, November 7th from 9:30am to 2pm in the Brick Room at Brethren Retirement Community, 750 Chestnut St., Greenville, OH. The day will feature handcrafted items and homemade baked goods. Also, seven craft vendors will offer: painted rocks, tree ornaments, wood pictures, country crafts, lighted wreaths, wood carvings, apple dumplings and cinnamon rolls. Stop by, shop and enjoy lunch served by the BRC Ladies Auxiliary from 10am-1pm in the Staff Cafeteria.
The Auxiliary helps provide loving attention to BRC residents by hosting monthly birthday parties, visits and cards. They offer bake sales and an annual bazaar to raise money, awareness and support for BRC. With their funds they purchase various needs such as nursing equipment, wheelchairs and items that enhance the lives of the residents.
We look forward to seeing you there!!!
>On October 29th, 2009 at approximately 7:33 PM, Darke County Deputies, along with Greenville Township Area Rescue and Greenville Township Fire Department, were dispatched to US Route 127 just South of Kruckeberg Road in reference to a two vehicle injury accident.
A preliminary investigation revealed a John Deere Tractor pulling a grain cart, driven by David M. Fourman, 41, was traveling Southbound on US Route 127 when a blue Chevy Pick-up, driven by Garry L. Flatter, 60, struck the rear tire of the grain cart. Flatter’s vehicle drove off the left side of the road, rolling onto the driver’s side and coming to a rest in the median.
Flatter and Fourman were transported to Wayne Hospital by Greenville Township Area Rescue with non-life threatening injuries.
Motorists are reminded that it is harvest season and to be aware of slow moving farm equipment on Darke County roadways.
This accident remains under investigation. [DCSO press release]