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Wednesday, January 9th, 2008 Stories in The Daily Standard
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ROCKFORD - Parkway school board members on Tuesday listened as instructor Anita Morton described a new course she would like to see get underway that would allow students to travel abroad. The course, Parkway Exploration, would . . .
ROCKFORD - It wasn't a pretty win, but it was a win nonetheless for the Celina girls basketball team. Celina improved to 9-2 on the season after defeating Parkway 46-26 in a Mercer County showdown at Panther Gymnasium. "We di . . .
NEW BREMEN - The cost of the North Franklin Street reconstruction project is going up as a result of action taken by New Bremen village councilors Tuesday night. Sanitary sewer replacement along a one-block stretch will add $35 . . .
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• Extreme weather
• Celina board clarifies support of proposed ethanol facility
• Law firm may handle legal issues of jail construction
• Zoning board approves building plans for two-unit condominium
• Agreement continued with independent contractor
• Board approves 2009 budget
• Mexican eatery opening in Celina
• Flyers improve to 3-0 in MAC play
• Cavaliers pick up second win
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