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Thursday, February 5th, 2009 Stories in The Daily Standard
Online Local News Stories
Five local farmers suing the state over flooding on their land from the West Bank spillway on Grand Lake have accepted payments from the state totaling more than $1 million. But the farmers feel the payments are too low and hav . . .
For Rory Dahlinghaus, basketball has provided more than just an outlet to keep him busy in the frigid winter months. Over the course of the past three-plus decades, his steady relationship with the sport earned him a college . . .
Print Edition Only News Stories
• County officials want state to pay share of Beaver Creek upkeep
• Mobile home park's future is in jeopardy
• City officials approve allocation of $10,000 for Governor's Cup Regatta
• Leased car to remain in Celina budget
• Change is good for commercial inspections
• Intoxicated St. Marys man crashes into house
• Small club with a big atmosphere
• Homan makes it official at OSU
• Roughrider duo signs with Cougars
• St. Henry's Balster signs on to be an Oiler
• St. John's girls at New Bremen
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