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Old National Bank Supports Local Development

Old National Bank Supports Local Development

From the April 2nd, 2014 edition of Darke Journal DARKE COUNTY- Old National Bank in Union City has joined Darke County’s Partnering for Progress initiative, becoming the latest member of the county wide economic development effort and the 76th member overall. “We’re proud to be a part of such a valuable campaign...
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Filling Jobs Involves Multi-faceted Approach

Filling Jobs Involves Multi-faceted Approach

From the 3-30-14 edition of The Early Bird By Bob Robinson, Associate Editor GREENVILLE – There’s been a transition in the county. In 2009 Marc Saluk was hired as Darke County’s new Economic Development Director. “In the beginning,” he said, “ED (economic development) had to be developed… payoff seemed a little vag...
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Grant Will Help Build Darke County's Workforce

Grant Will Help Build Darke County's Workforce

From the March 23, 2014 edition of The Early Bird By Ryan Berry, Managing Editor GREENVILLE – The Darke County Workforce Development at the Greenville Career Technology Center (C-Tec) received a boost this week with the announcement the organization received a $500,000 grant. The original plan asked for over $1 mil...
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