Tuesday, October 20th, 2009 Stories in The Daily Standard
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Celina High School will switch from a quarterly year with nine-period days to a five-period, trimester schedule next school year. Despite the skepticism and hesitation of two board members, the resolution passed unanimously on . . .
Setup has begun for an experimental project using geotextile tubes filled with dredge material from Grand Lake to stabilize the shoreline in the Windy Point area. The Grand Lake/Wabash Watershed Alliance and Grand Lake St. Mary . . .
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• Visitors restricted at facilities
• Beer distributing company closing
• Three candidates vying for two Granville Township trustee seats
• New program to allow high school students to get prepared for college
• Man faces felony charge
• Redskins knock out Roughriders
• Area teams get closer to playoff invitations