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Tuesday, March 25th, 2008 Edition of The Daily Standard
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The $1 million set aside by the USDA for watershed cleanup efforts announced in February has been expanded to cover the entire 71,862-acre Grand Lake Watershed. The signup deadline also has been extended to April 11. The fund . . .
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• Steps begin to alter entry to Celina park
• Council getting plan together to replace sewer lines
• Salary cut for solid waste superintendent position
• Pool maintenance underway
• Bulldogs focused taking another step forward
• Celina will have strong core to build around
• Cavaliers welcome back experienced team
• Coldwater softball program looks to reload
• Pitching should lead the way for Fort Recovery
• Indians have their sights set on improvement
• Experience brings expectations for the Flyers
• New head coach inherits veteran Flyers squad
• Minster has sights set on repeating in MAC
• Berger hoping to bring consistency, success
• Cardinals look to ride momentum of ACME
• Youth movement for New Bremen softball
• Panthers primed for run at the MAC crown
• Esselstein hoping to add to strong tradition
• Dorner has a lot of new faces at St. Henry
• Young Redskins on the diamond this spring
• St. Marys banking on inexperience to step up
• St. Marys looking for a repeat of WBL crown
• Blakeley optimistic about Tigers this season
• Cavin has veteran crew with him at Versailles
• Track season looks promising for Bulldogs
• Coldwater track has new leadership at the top
• Evers hoping to build foundation with youth
• Marion Local tracksters are looking to shine
• No shortage of talent for Minster track teams
• Cards expect continued postseason success
• Parkway will build around standout veterans
• Eyink trying to mix veterans and youth this year
• Roughrider tracksters look for improvement
• Continued success expected for Versailles track
• Bulldogs must be able to overcome youth
• Roughriders look like favorites in the WBL
Local Obituaries
Connie Diana Keiber, 61, of 836 Columbia St., St. Marys, died at 12:18 p.m. March 22, 2008, at White County Hospital in Sparta, Tenn. Death was due to a heart attack. She was born Nov. 1, 1946, in Connersville, Ind., to Eugene . . .
Mary C. Roether, 86, died at 10 a.m. March 21, 2008, at Hospice of Cincinnati Western Hills. She was born April 30, 1921, in Cincinnati, to Leo J. and Mary Averbeck Heithaus. On June 15, 1946, she married Celina native Guy "Jo . . .
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