Friday, March 26th, 2010 Edition of The Daily Standard
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GRAND LAKE - A high school science fair project proving zebra mussels can lower toxins in Grand Lake by eating the algae that produces it has been selected for the International Science Fair in San Jose, Calif. Presenting the p . . .
WAPAKONETA - Auglaize County commissioners are hunting temporary digs for county courthouse offices while renovations are made to the 1894-era structure. Relocation for the more than 35 workers is expected to be at least 18 month . . .
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• Commissioners appoint acting county treasurer
• Importance of quality high school curriculum continues to increase
• Mercer Health hospital switches labs
• State renews poultry farm's permit
• Commissioners open bids for $1.5 million road project
• Mercer jobless rate remains third best
• Experience should be an asset for Bulldogs
• Bulldogs looking to rebound from tough year
• Coldwater expecting another strong season
• Cavaliers have some veterans to build around
• Fort Recovery will get a late start to baseball
• Indians hoping for success earlier this year
• Flyers will build around veteran pitchers
• Experience will be an asset for Marion Local
• Wiss optimistic about the upcoming season
• Minster hoping to climb up MAC standings
• Cardinals hoping to rely on pitching staff
• Griesdorn has youthful team at New Bremen
• Schumm is back leading Parkway baseball
• Parkway is expecting big things this season
• Depth is top concern for St. Henry baseball
• Redskins will build around veteran players
• Pfeffenberger optimistic about Roughriders
• St. Marys looking strong again this season
• Contending in the WBL is the goal for Celina
• Cavaliers hoping to contend in the MAC
• Fort Recovery track lacks depth, experience
• Expectations are high for Marion Local track
• More track success expected for the Wildcats
• Continued success is expected for Cardinals
• Panthers look to climb up MAC ladder
• Redskins will be lacking depth this season
• Sites is optimistic about St. Marys track teams
• Expectations remain high for Celina tennis
• Roughriders hoping to contend in the WBL
Jane Forsthoefel, 54, of Coldwater, died today, March 26, 2010, at Mercer County Community Hospital, Coldwater. Funeral arrangements are pending at Hogenkamp Funeral Home in Coldwater. . . .
Geraldine Miller, 93, of Coldwater, died March 25, 2010, at Briarwood Village in Coldwater. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Hogenkamp Funeral Home in Coldwater. . . .
Freida G. Taylor, 75, 3601 state Route 703, lot 26, of Celina, and formerly of Anderson, Ind., died March 24, 2010, at her son's home in Marion, Ind. She was born Nov. 15, 1934, in Printer, Ky., to Herb and Louise Allen McGloth . . .
Scott A. Walters, 49, of Oxford, died at 3 a.m. March 25, 2010, at Hospice in Hamilton. He was born April 19,1960, in Cumberland, Md., to Lezon and Mary F. Willison Walters. His mother is deceased and his father survives in For . . .
Roger George Will, 71, of Goettemoeller Road, Celina, died at 11:10 a.m. March 25, 2010, at Mercer Health in Coldwater. He was born Sept. 1, 1938, in St. Sebastian, to George and Hilda Bruns Will. On Nov. 14, 1959, he married I . . .