a_d
additional archive navigation at bottom
Thursday, October 8th, 2009 Stories in The Daily Standard
Online Local News Stories
NEW BREMEN - The population of this Auglaize County community grew by nearly 16 in the course of a week. Pumpkin people can be seen hanging out along busy streets and in the park near the library. Kim Prueter, parks and recre . . .
Maumee High School Principal Larry Caffro said switching to a trimester system at his district has led to better ACT scores, attendance rates and discipline. Caffro was invited to speak before parents of students at Celina High . . .
Print Edition Only News Stories
• H1N1 vaccines expected this week
• Grant money to aid health department
• Switch to trimesters could make better use of time
• Brain chilling haunted house promises spooky fun
• State-ranked MAC rivals to meet on Friday
• Bulldogs face big challenge vs. Kenton
• On this date, 50, 25 and 10 years ago
• Impact Game of the Week: St. Marys at Ottawa-Glandorf
• Wheeling into winter
a_d
Wednesday
82°
Chance Thunderstorms
39%
Wednesday Night
71°
Chance Thunderstorms
40%
Thursday
86°
Chance Thunderstorms
29%
Thursday Night
67°
Chance Thunderstorms
30%
Friday
82°
Partly Sunny
10%
Friday Night
63°
Partly Cloudy
6%
Saturday
84°
Partly Sunny
6%
Saturday Night
67°
Slight Chance Thunderstorms
19%
Sunday
86°
Chance Thunderstorms
29%
Sunday Night
68°
Slight Chance Thunderstorms
20%
3 Day
Extended
a_d
a_da_da_d
video_logoOnline Video
Tuesday, July 26
index pict
Boat fire on Grand Lake
Saturday, July 23
index pict
Celina Lake Festival Parade time-lapse
camera_logo Photo Albums
Monday, August 22
index pict
Monday, August 22
index pict
Monday, August 22
index pict
Saturday, August 20
index pict
Saturday, August 20
index pict