Wednesday, May 21st, 2008 Edition of The Daily Standard
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A male driver on a four-wheeler led authorities on a pursuit Tuesday afternoon through parts of Celina and northward with speeds ranging from 60 to 75 miles per hour. The driver, who has not been identified as yet, faces possib . . .
Overall excellence in athletics is bringing the Western Buckeye League All-Sports trophy back to Celina. In a race that covered 18 sports and wasn't decided until the final event of the WBL track meet, Celina won by the slimmes . . .
CLEVELAND - Mercer County is one of three counties asking the state for permission to continue counting ballots at one central location instead of at the precincts - a new requirement for the November presidential election. Sec . . .
Celina City Schools should be in line to get an offer from the state this year for a school construction or renovation project. The Ohio School Facilities Commission (OSCF) reported the state will fund 44 percent of any project . . .
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• Van Wert County judge accused of misconduct
• Current teacher to lead Parkway High School
• Rockford pool closed
• Declining enrollment means less money coming from state
• Students to be honored at commencement ceremony
• Officials from New Bremen attend Minster BOE meeting
• Golf carts must be street legal
• Celina avenges loss to Bath with tourney victory
• Parkway softball advances to district final
• Parkway gets shut out by Defiance
• Vision document can help make a company great
Emerson E. Garbig, 93, formerly of Greenville, died at 8:45 a.m. May 20, 2008, at Otterbein Retirement Community, St. Marys, where he was a resident. He was born Jan. 31, 1915, in Darke County, to Ernest and Elizabeth Hartle G . . .