Saturday, September 29th, 2007 Stories in The Daily Standard
Online Local News Stories
Calvin Freeman no longer takes anything for granted in the wake of two near-fatal heart attacks last week. Freeman, assistant chief of the Celina Police Department, feels blessed to have a new lease on life with virtually no re . . .
FORT RECOVERY - Never say die. Sounds like the calling card for the Fort Recovery Indians. Trailing 13-0 after the first quarter, the Indians came back to take the lead, then after St. John's regained the lead in the fourth q . . .
Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry It didn't take long for Marion Local to put its game with Versailles safely in the win column. The Flyers scored 21 points in the first quarter, then added 14 in the second en route to a 56-13 d . . .
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• Another street closing
• Fires reported at Celina home, St. Marys Foundry, Coldwater house
• Lift truck business to pick up and move
• Kenton QBs carve up Celina secondary
• Big plays carry Coldwater past Parkway
• Cardinals top rivals for first victory
• St. Marys pulls upset on road at Ottawa
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