Thursday, March 13th, 2008 Stories in The Daily Standard
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ROCKFORD - George and Candes Fetters look at the charred and gutted remains of their two-story home as George puts an arm around Darla, their 2-year-old Boxer. "This dog saved our lives," George says of the early Sunday morning . . .
Local success in basketball isn't just for the high school teams. Four area Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) teams, two boys and two girls, will head to Cleveland this weekend for the state CYO tournament. All four teams play . . .
GREENVILLE - History tells us Nathaniel Currier was tall and melancholy yet with the ability to charm almost everyone. James Ives was a pudgy, happy man, a professional bookkeeper and self-trained artist. In the mid-1800s, the tw . . .
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• Rising gasoline prices impact local businesses
• School has a big stink
• Buyers scoop up school bonds
• School has lowest overall cost to transport students
• Teens died from accidental drug overdose
• Students have incentive to exercise
• Be at ease with Easter breezes