Thursday, April 23rd, 2009 Stories in The Daily Standard
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MARIA STEIN - Second-grader Natalie Rethman enters the Marion Elementary School gym intent on shooting some hoops. With her pink, gray and white tennis shoes firmly planted against the foul line, she bounces the basketball twic . . .
This weekend, Todd Boeckman will hope to take advantage of the warm and sunny weather, get a round of golf in on Saturday, then spend time with friends and family as well. But the former St. Henry and Ohio State quarterback is . . .
NEW BREMEN - Jamey French, director of development and marketing for State of the Heart Hospice, believes there is no such thing as a bad day. "Every day has perfect moments and imperfect moments," the Greenville man told gue . . .
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