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Tuesday, November 28th, 2006 Stories in 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
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