Tuesday, November 28th, 2006 Edition of The Daily Standard
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Twenty-one pounds of marijuana valued at nearly $27,000 were seized Monday afternoon after an Indiana man picked up a suspicious package at a Celina business. Acting on a tip, the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation and Ident . . .
MINSTER - Changes in cafeteria offerings equate to dollars in the Minster school district. Treasurer Laura Klosterman told board of education members profits were up $6,800 in October as a result of pizza days, ala carte select . . .
With the history of success that St. Henry and Marion Local have had in football, it's no surprise that the two long-time rivals are both playing in state championship games this weekend. What's surprising is that it took this . . .
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• Almost ready for first step
• Bremen man pleads innocent to rape of area MR/DD client
• Democrats still looking for replacement for retiring Celina auditor
• Council still rolling around issue of skate park
• Teens switch to veggies for meals
• Approval of new employee handbook nears completion
• Minimum wage increase to cost village more for its summer park employees
• Electrical power to continue during repairs
• Lift station to be replaced
• Indiana man heads back to prison on forgery charges
• Prescription painkillers found in ditch
• Celina looks to bounce back behind experience
• Veteran lineup gives Bulldogs optimism
• Coldwater ready for second year under Kanney
• Cavs look to ride momentum from regional trip
• Experience leaves Indians with high hopes
• Roessner confident about Indians' outlook
• Westrick used to late start at Marion Local
• Life without Moeller begins for Marion Local
• Injuries leave Minster shorthanded early on
• Experienced lineup returns for Wildcats
• New Bremen will look to build from inside out
• Cardinals looking to build on sectional crown
• Panthers will look to go uptempo this year
• Another new coach for Parkway girls hoops
• St. Henry boys will have new look this year
• Maier has inexperienced group at St. Henry
• Sadler inherits strong Roughriders team
• Roughriders looking to be a sleeper again
• McEldowney takes over talented Tigers squad
• Versailles looks like contender in MAC
• High hopes again this year for Celina swimming
• Post hoping to blend youth with solid veteran core
• Marion Local swimming low on participants
• Walter feels optimistic about Wildcats' season
• Experienced squad leaves Ritter with high hopes
• Roughriders will follow the lead from veteran Craft
• Versailles starts swimming program
• Celina grapplers looking to get back on top of WBL
• Alig looking for big things from Cavaliers again
• Expectations are high for St. Marys wrestling
• Roll has strong core to build around at Versailles
Phillip M. Briggs, 68, of Coldwater, died at 10 p.m. Nov. 26, 2006, at Briarwood Manor, Coldwater. He was born May 8, 1938, in Lima, to Dorse and Gladys E. Cox Briggs. His mother survives in Celina. On Nov. 3, 1957, he married . . .
Mary L. Buehler, 73, of Kettlersville, died at 12:02 p.m. Nov. 27, 2006, at her residence. She was ill two months. She was born June 5, 1933, in St. Henry, to George and Gertrude Fischer Bernard. On Sept. 4, 1954, she married L . . .
Jonah P. Cornell, 4-days-old, of Cridersville, died Nov. 27, 2006, at Children's Medical Center, Dayton. He was born Nov. 23, 2006, in Lima, to Tammy Cornell and Jeff Paxton. His mother survives in Cridersville and his father s . . .
Richard C. Link, 88, of Coldwater, died the evening of Nov. 27, 2006, at Briarwood Manor Nursing Home, Coldwater. Services are pending at Hogenkamp Funeral Home, Coldwater. . . .
Donald Peggs, 62, of Montezuma, died at 10:17 p.m. Nov. 27, 2006, at St. Rita's Medical Center, Lima. Death was due to natural causes. Arrangements are pending at Lehman-Hogenkamp-Dzendzel Funeral Home, Celina. . . .
Snowden A. Sites, 85, 705 Pat Drive, Celina, died at 7:15 p.m. Nov. 26, 2006, at Mercer County Community Hospital, Coldwater. He was born June 1, 1921, in Milford, Ill., to Albert and Sally Kessel Sites. On Dec. 25, 1946, he ma . . .