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Tuesday, March 25th, 2008 Stories in 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
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