Friday, April 10th, 2009 Stories in The Daily Standard
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Mercer County Coroner Dr. Timothy Heinrichs is back on the job after complying with terms of the State Medical Board of Ohio for an admitted alcohol problem. Following a hearing by the medical board on Wednesday, Heinrichs' med . . .
The area's most prolific scorer and a coach who guided his team to within one game of the state final four earn The Daily Standard's top honors for boys basketball for the 2008-09 season Fort Recovery junior Greg Kahlig becomes . . .
The Celina boys tennis team improved to 2-0 in Western Buckeye League competition with a 5-0 shutout of Defiance on Thursday at the High School Tennis Courts. Defiance goes to 0-1 in the WBL. "A good day, but we're still mixing . . .
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• Kids taught early how to give back
• Tourism draws record dollars
• Tile replacement projects voted down due to landowners' concerns
• Local river basin to get bird area designation
• Mortgage paid off; area residents given awards
• Container gardening catching on this year
• Celina baseball blanked 5-0 in Defiance no-hitter
• Bulldogs now 0-6 after blowout home defeat
• Coldwater barely avoids upset to New Knoxville
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