Tuesday, June 5th, 2007 Stories in The Daily Standard
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Beekeeping isn't a glamorous job and recent widespread colony losses have experts worried about its future and the impact on the world food supply. This spring beekeepers across the nation discovered they'd lost an unusually hi . . .
Some of the county's thirsty crops got a drink in the last couple of days as thunderstorms rolled through, while others got just a sprinkle or nothing at all. A word that best sums up recent days precipitation is "spotty," not . . .
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• Time Warner defends state bill replacing local franchise pacts
• Lake group wants state to try straw as way to reduce algae
• Village administrator upset over Dayton Power and Light contract
• Workers scramble to clean up mess
• St. Henry wins road contest at Rockford
• Franzer is staring for Port Huron once again