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Wednesday, October 4th, 2006 Stories in The Daily Standard
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Local politicians running for office in November all agreed that environmental issues associated with manure management and the loss of family farms are the main agricultural challenges in Mercer County for the next five years. . . .
Towing vehicles across the countryside is a big part of Julius Hierholzer's bread and butter, and the recent drop in gas prices have made him a happy man. Hierholzer, owner of Hierholzer Garage and Towing in Burkettsville, has . . .
Celina completed the home portion of its girls soccer season in style with a 3-0 win over Defiance at the Soccer Stadium to go to 11-2-1 on the season and 6-1 in the Western Buckeye League. Defiance drops to 3-4 in the WBL. The . . .
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• Street project plans near completion
• Celina man arrested for firearm charges
• Meters updated
• Village still seeking land for industrial park
• Citizens urged to complete survey to leverage grant
• Corporation's organization almost done
• Engineer says new water tower needed
• Bulldogs set up big showdown with victory
• Celina girls golf advances to district
• Shawnee cruises past St. Marys in three
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