Thursday, February 22nd, 2007 Stories in The Daily Standard
Online Local News Stories
Celina city water crews ran into serious problems while trying to help a resident with frozen water pipes on South Ash Street this week. While working on the problem, a piece of machinery ruptured a natural gas line, forcing a . . .
MINSTER - Village employees will begin paying 10 percent of their health insurance premiums as a result of action taken by Minster village council Tuesday night. Administrator Don Harrod said the village will retain Anthem Blue . . .
Print Edition Only News Stories
• Most area streams polluted
• What a calamity
• IGA site likely to be Crown office
• Man given two-year prison term
• Bicyclists to pedel through Rockford
• Marion vs. St. Henry
• New Bremen vs. Minster
• Bath vs. St. Marys
• Parkway vs. Coldwater
• Celina vs. Wapakoneta