The Greenville Pioneer

TOP STORIES 
In print May 26, 2017 
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GCS voters approve budget, capital project
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WTEN meteorologist takes kids by storm
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Ralph Hull, 98, to give talk on book
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Greenville hosting 
town yard sale
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Where are they now?:
Travis Winters
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Committee to look 
into shelter options 
for stray dogs
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Scouts learn about firefighting
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The first 100 years of Cooperative Extension
displayed in photos
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Nearly 300 graduate from Co-Greene
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Tracing Your Roots: 
Agriculture in 
Greene County
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Bob Beyfuss: 
Plants deer hate
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Oak Hill & Vicinity:
Summertime
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Cinema with a Twist:
Hollywood
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Recipes: 
Loaded baked 
potato salad & sourdough bread
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Whittling Away:
Being honored
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Sparkey News:
Earth smart


A Westerlo family of three has been hospitalized after narrowly escaping a fire that destroyed their Creamery Road home on May 22. For the full story, pick up the May 26 edition.
In conjunction with Memorial Day and along with Boy Scout Troop 42, American Legion Post 291 has displayed a breathtaking Field of Flags’ in front of Vanderbilt Park in Greenville. Each flag is sponsored by a local individual or business, who will be presented with their flag after the display comes down on June 4. 

An Earlton family is grieving the loss of their pot-bellied pig, Olivia, after a bear broke into her enclosure last weekend, killing the pet. For the full story, pick up the May 26 edition.
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