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Wednesday, March 18th, 2009 Stories in The Daily Standard
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Dozens of community leaders gathered in Celina on Tuesday morning to kick off a project to improve the area's high-speed Internet access and usage. The meeting in the Central Services Building was led by a member of Connect Ohi . . .
The sign for the future home of the local ethanol plant is down. The local telephone is disconnected and the former office is closed. But Mercer Energy's CEO is optimistic for the future. CEO Ryan Schwieterman on Tuesday said, . . .
Print Edition Only News Stories
• Dead fish make visit memorable
• Celina High School student council makes bid to host 2010 state conference
• Council takes the plunge to install new baby pool
• A grand opening in Fort Recovery for grocery store
• Final cheers and goodbye tears for Stott
• Redskins' Bruns to play baseball for Falcons at BGSU
• St. Henry's Rindler will compete at collegiate level
• Timmerman and Snyder receive all-state honors
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