Wednesday, June 18th, 2008 Stories in The Daily Standard
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Plans for the new Mercer County Detention Center got a final OK from the Courthouse Committee on Tuesday and the unanimous vote allows bids for its construction to be submitted. The Courthouse Committee, set up under the Ohio R . . .
After three rough games, Grand Lake was looking to vent some frustrations. The Mariners scored five times in the bottom of the sixth to come back from a 4-2 deficit, then got great relief pitching to shut down the Xenia Athlete . . .
Butler Township trustees recently purchased the Burntwood Cemetery, ending an ownership dispute that has spanned many months. At their Monday night meeting trustees announced they have purchased the 104-feet-by-140-feet cemeter . . .
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• Parkway school's fuel costs jump $20,000
• Fish-killing virus found in central Ohio reservoir
• Students score high on Ohio Graduation Test
• MCDO/school officials work together for students safety
• Man enters not guilty plea to burglary charges
• Council makes priority list for fixing streets
• Shindeldecker to be moved to Toledo mental health facility
• Interior design business opens in Celina
• Family Caring Clinic moving to new site at Van Wert Health Center
• Rosengarten headed north for Hillsdale
• Archer leads Parkway to victory over Minster