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Friday, October 6th, 2006 Stories in The Daily Standard
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By THOMAS J. SHEERAN Associated Press Writer AKRON - Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., with 12,000 union employees on strike at 16 plants in the U.S. and Canada, will turn to managers, inventory and tires from overseas to try to k . . .
ST. MARYS - It was a chilly night to be out, but Goodyear's union workers remained on picket lines throughout the early hours last night. They say they don't want to be on the street but that's where they are and will be 24/7 . . .
COLDWATER - Taking place before most of the area's conference meets, the annual Lions Invitational usually provides a good sneak peek at what conference - and postseason - challenges persist. This year's meet had a few more int . . .
FORT RECOVERY - There was an ambush at the Fort Site Fieldhouse Thursday night, and the state's number-one ranked small school volleyball team was the unwilling victim. The Fort Recovery Indians put an exclamation point on thei . . .
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• Mendon man killed in crash
• Celina may use GPS to map streets, infrastructure
• A bid for Fort Recovery
• New rules for hunting
• From rockets to religion
• Celina thrashed by O-G at home
• Minster and St. Marys earn bids to state meet
• St. Henry rolls past Parkway in three
• Versailles runs its perfect campaign to 19-0 overall
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