Friday, March 7th, 2008 Stories in The Daily Standard
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Gwenda Wenning sits in her West Oak Street family room in Celina looking through colorful magazines from her native England and sharing experiences that led to her becoming a war bride. She met her husband Werner Wenning outsid . . .
Combining cover crop planting with no-till can help farmers transition from conventional tillage practices much faster, said Ohio State University Extension official Jim Hoorman. Hoorman is doing research on the topic and has h . . .
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• School officials consider student recruiting effort
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